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#3327236 So it's 4/20

Posted by Verge on Yesterday, 06:05 AM

At this point in time, I am thankful to be a resident of the great state of Colorado. 

#3322994 List the four NFCS QBs from best to worst..(Winston to Tampa for arguments. s...

Posted by Verge on 15 April 2015 - 09:20 PM

Cam is clearly better than Ryan, c'mon now.



Last two years


Cam: 53 tds, 25 ints (Missed two games, both of which were against a horrible defense in which he would have lit up)


Ryan: 54 tds, 31 ints

Cam: 17-12-1


Ryan: 10-22 



Add on top of the fact Ryan has had elite talent around him in a blue chip wide receiver and another perennial pro bowler.



#3320980 Are we setting ourselves up for disappointment by opening a PanthersUnited th...

Posted by Verge on 14 April 2015 - 07:31 AM

Holy poo

#3320979 Question: When draft picks have dinner with Rivera and Gettleman?

Posted by Verge on 14 April 2015 - 07:30 AM

is it really a profit if he's paying for it with his own money.


Are you implying he would not ask the young man to pay for his own chicken combo meal?

#3320917 Question: When draft picks have dinner with Rivera and Gettleman?

Posted by Verge on 14 April 2015 - 02:41 AM

Bojangles, obviously. JR gets to proft and meet with a draft pick? 

#3320769 Ted Ginn got married and LaFell was there.

Posted by Verge on 13 April 2015 - 08:56 PM

All I see is James Harden.

#3312167 Final positional rankings

Posted by Verge on 04 April 2015 - 08:30 PM

Here is the last one till the draft :D



1. Jameis Winston

2. Marcus Mariota

3. Garret Grayson

4. Bryce Petty

5. Brett Hundley



1. Todd Gurley

2. Tevin Coleman

3. Melvin Gordon

4. Ameer Abdullah

5. Duke Johnson



1. Kevin White

2. Amari Cooper

3. Devante Parker

4. Jaelen Strong

5. Nelson Agholor/Breshad Perriman



1. Maxx Williams

2. Clive Walford

3. Mycole Pruitt

4. Wes Saxton

5. Nick O'leary



1. Lael Collins

2. Brandon Scherff

3. Ereck Flowers

4. Andrus Peat

5. Cedric Ogbuehi


Edge Rusher:

1. Randy Gregory

2. Dante Fowler

3. Vic Beasley

4. Shane Ray

5. Bud Dupree


Interior d-line:

1. Leonard Williams

2. Danny Shelton

3. Malcom Brown

4. Arik Armstead

5. Eddie Goldman



1. Paul Dawson

2. Denzel Perryman

3. Eric Kendricks

4. Bernadick Mckinney

5. Shaq Thompson



1. Landon Collins

2. Shaq Thompson

3. Derron Smith

4. Kurtis Drummond

5. Jaquiski Tartt



1. Trae Waynes

2. Marcus Peters

3. Jalen Collins

4. Kevin Johnson

5. Byron Jones

#3305892 Final big board.

Posted by Verge on 30 March 2015 - 05:30 PM

Couldn't do 12 more picks?



#3303314 Mock draft 2.0

Posted by Verge on 28 March 2015 - 05:09 AM

Hopefully I will get pretty close to the actual results here.


1. Buccaneers - Jameis Winston, QB, FST: Obvious pick, top five player in the draft and a franchise qb.


2. Titans - Marcus Mariota, QB, ORE: Another obvious pick, might go to a different team, but he will not move from the #2 slot.


3. Jaguars - Dante Fowler, DE, FLO: Fits perfectly into the defense as a DE and provides great pass rush.


4. Raiders - Kevin White, WR, WV: Athletic freak that gives Carr his weapon for the next decade.


5. Redskins - Randy Gregory, OLB, NEB: Best pass rusher on the board helps Redskins improve that atrocious D.


6. Jets - Vic Beasley, OLB, CLEM: Showed up big at the combine and is rewarded by becoming the centerpiece of an ultra talented defense.


7. Bears - Leonard Williams, DT, USC: Bears get him gift wrapped, fills a hole and is the best player left.


8. Falcons - Shane Ray, OLB, MISS: Falcons are thankful the Raiders skipped on a pass rusher and land an elite talent here.


9. Giants - Amari Cooper, WR, ALA: Giants take the BPA, and the belief around the league is that Cooper fills that role.


10. Rams - Brandon Scherff, G, IOW: Kicking Robinson out to tackle and this allows them to have a day one starter at guard. Blue chip prospect.


11. Vikings - Trae Waynes, CB, MST: Elite corner to pair with Rhodes and allows them to push Captain to a suited nickel role.


12. Browns - Danny Shelton, DT, WAS: Big guy on the d-line to help beef up an already strong D.


13. Saints - Bud Dupree, OLB, KEN: Might be the most talented pass rusher in the class, will ease him into the game ala Aldon smith.


14. Dolphins - Todd Gurley, RB, GEO: Ryan Tannehill would love a running back to take the pressure off of him, why not give him the best player on the board?


15. 49ers - DeVante Parker, WR, LOU: Best player on the board, gives Kap a young weapon, and fills a need.


16. Texans - Arik Armstead, DE, ORE: Pair him with Watt and Clowney, and suddenly Andrew Luck is shaking.


17. Chargers - Cameron Erving, G, FST: Protect Philip Rivers with the best interior lineman available, very underrated prospect.


18. Chiefs - Ereck Flowers, T, MIA: He falls a bit to 18 and the Chiefs run to the podium.


19. Browns - La'el Collins, T, LSU: Fills a need a right tackle and gives the Browns a solid line on both sides of the ball.


20. Eagles - Marcus Peters, CB, WAS: Hugely talented cover corner that fits the defensive scheme they are trying to go with.


21. Bengals - Malcom Brown, DT, TEX: Bengals need an inside presence and Brown gives them that as the best player on the board. 


22. Steelers - Landon Collins, S, ALA: Collins falls a bit and the Steelers are happy to take Troy's replacement and potential stud here.


23. Lions - Tevin Coleman, RB, IND: Lions need to pair someone with Bell, and keep pressure off Stafford, they take the best running back available and cruise to a top 10 offense.


24. Cardinals - Jalen Collins, CB, LSU: Replace Cromartie with a great corner prospect, fits right in with Peterson.


25. Panthers - Jaelen Strong, WR, ARST: Land a very solid #2 to pair with Benjamin and give Cam the help he so rightfully deserves.


26. Ravens - Eddie Goldman, DT, FST: They lost Ngata and fill his role with Goldman, not on the same level, but certainly fills a need.


27. Cowboys - Jordan Philips, DT, OKL: They don't have much going on with the interior line, and Philips gives them a day one starter.


28. Broncos - Eric Kendricks, ILB, UCLA: Needs to improve the middle of that 3-4 defense, fills a need and can start day one.


29. Colts - Melvin Gordon, RB, WIS: They were desperate enough to nab Trent Richardson, so why not nab the best runner available and a great value pick here, pair him with Frank Gore and let the good times role.


30. Packers - Benardrick McKinney, ILB, MST: Day one starter in the defense, very athletic for an ILB.


31. Saints - Maxx Williams, TE, MINN: Trade Jimmy Graham for Maxx Williams and about 100m in cap room. Dangerous threat and the best TE in the draft.


32. Patriots - Philip Dorsett, WR, MIA: Patriots need a guy who takes the top off the defense and this guy certainly does that very well.

#3296466 best coaches 2015 per rotoworld

Posted by Verge on 23 March 2015 - 08:07 PM

Hilarious listening to people bash someone for being "mediocre" when they are one if th 15 best in the world at what they do. The competition for head coaches is fierce and competitive. Yet people who can only dream at being just below avg at their jobs continue to take shots....priceless.


Gosh golly gee, how can anyone bash Jimmy Clausen when he is one of the 35th best in the world at what he does. What a bunch of lozers.

#3295237 Draft TJ Yeldon

Posted by Verge on 23 March 2015 - 12:58 AM


#3295228 Panthers Predraft Visits/Meetings and What We Can Foolishly Read From Them

Posted by Verge on 23 March 2015 - 12:33 AM

It kind of seems like they want to go cb in the first and then ot and wr in the following 3-4 rounds.

#3287039 Cornerbacks in the draft & where they stack up

Posted by Verge on 16 March 2015 - 07:54 PM

I'd love Kevin Johnson or Marcus Peters. Not sure if the character concerns will allow Peters to fall to us, he is 1a with Waynes though.

#3286873 Saints still in bad shape capwise

Posted by Verge on 16 March 2015 - 05:43 PM


#3283303 My positional rankings 1.0

Posted by Verge on 13 March 2015 - 07:51 PM

Not even putting DGB in top 5 is disrespect


Or it's the fact he is not a top 5 receiver in this draft.