Big win for the Cats. But, our offense looked stagnant and terrible in the 4th and OT last night. Lots of handoffs on the perimeter.....too many guys looking lost and not wanting to take the shot....lots of forced shots late in the clock.....spacing was questionable and ball movement was predictable.
We have to play better than that if we want to do anything in the playoffs.
Let's also make the point that whoever we can get at 28 isn't Clowney. This isn't a once in a decade talent you can't pass up. If Cj is gone next season. There will be similar DE'S in the draft next year. I'd rather see another year of our young DE'S and still have another draft available De's. Then to take 1 this year. Specially with the situation on offense.
No, you cannot make that point.
Charles Johnson and Greg Hardy say HELLO....from the 3rd and 6th rounds.
it doesn't matter in the end we will still have the same millions without insurance that we had before.The best way to lower medical costs is to eliminate insurance. You would end up paying about what you pay in co-pays now without the premiums.Insurance just artificially inflates costs.
Would not work at all....not that simple.
The concept of the free market and supply/demand pricing is that people would chose not to buy something if its price exceeded its perceived value.
In the event of medical needs, you really do not have a choice in most matters. You go to the doctor becuase you are sick....not because you would like to go to the doctor.
Yes, there would be more of a price competition among providers. But, would you really want to make your medical decision based on the cheapest provider?
I hope people understand BPA philosophy works with the idea of positions of need. Most team need more then 1 position. That's what parity is. So BPA for us is out of our 3 main need positions Wr's CB and OT. Imo a Wr rated highly will fall to us before Cb or OT.
Remember that Davis is getting older and we very well could either cut CJ after this season or not get Hardy signed long term.
As such, lb and de is not really that far fetched if a stud falls there.
Cotchery def outperformed smitty last year. Avant is a huge upgrade over lafell. Underwood is on par with ginn but has more upside. Idk why ur worried about rookies, our fo has proven the last few years we'll get day 1 starters out of the draft and udfas.
Also I dont understand an earlier post saying we had the tools to win in cams first year. We had no depth along with bottom feeder special teams and defense. Sure Rons coaching style change helped us out, but the roster we currently have is significantly better than what we had in 2011.
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Exactly.....we had 5 rookies starting at times on last year's defense.
Watch us not take a WR until the 3rd round (Latimore).
And this would be my problem.
1st Latimor won't be there in the 3rd round.
2nd We've would have wasted a opportunity to grab 2 top guys in the best WR draft in decades. Over a bunch of older Jag FA WR.
There is no rhyme or reason to this off-season if the plan wasn't to go younger and better at the Wr's position. We don't have to go with a bunch of band aides with the deepest crop of WR in years coming from the draft.
Just because you don't understand it, does not mean there is no plan.
That is why Gettleman is paid a nice salary to evaluate talent....and you are scraping by in a menial job and posting on a message board.