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Everything posted by unicar15

  1. Idt anyone is ever gonna be Rodgers. His arm and on the run accuracy are just freakish. I DO think Corral favors Russel Wilson coming out of college tho. He needs to bulk up (that’s the Rodgers comp imo)…but either way I think he’s gonna be really good and Idt there is any way Darnold is the starter to start the season. I think they lean on the D and running game and help acclimate the rookie similarly to what the Hawks did with RW.
  2. The idea is that if you have a secondary ELITE enough to play a single high safety and not help your corners on the perimeter then you’re not going to give up points. It’s been this way forever in the NFL. It frees up rushers. Frees up LBs and the free safety to pursue RBs. Elite corners change the game. They always will.
  3. This honestly just seems like a “too many cooks in the kitchen” type of scenario waiting to happen. Why do you need all of these people? Football has never had this much input and teams have been successful. I know these guys want to be “CEOs” but football isn’t THAT complicated.
  4. Horn. Not close. DPOY candidate this year. If Corral is good enough and Horn, Burns live up to what everyone thinks they are….we could make some noise.
  5. It worked out. We would have taken Corral with their 1st. Now we have Corral and CMC. If we had come away with no QB this year I’d be pissed. Guessing Beane wasn’t parting with multiple 1sts. If that was the offer then it’s hard for me to believe Fitt turned down the picks and potential cap savings.
  6. I think some of it is relative. If you are in a situation to go to the super bowl then you can make the argument there is “good” dead cap (Saints, Packers etc). If you are just swinging and missing trying to put a team around a bad QB situation (Panthers) then that’s “bad” dead cap…..Which was Hurney’s M.O. But yeah I agree if we can get a starting QB on a rookie contract for 4-5 years we should be in a good situation for a while.
  7. This is what happens when you have to pay players to make up for bad QB play. When you have a QB who can play and wins…you get better deals at every level. Have to cut players less often to try to upgrade. The fact that Fitterer has take us from 2nd to 13th in one season shows how much better he is than Hurney.
  8. Texas isn’t getting a third team before London or Canada gets a team.
  9. Carson Wentz scored a 40 and sucks Cam, Watson, Carr scored 20s and they were MVP candidates. Dan Marino, Terry Bradshaw, Jim Kelly, Steve McNair scored 15 and are in the HOF The wonderlic doesn’t mean poo.
  10. Idk all of the facts. PFF did a story about it and basically said that personalities clashed. I’m sure it’s not all on Riley. Maybe Rattler wasn’t taking to being coached up on his mistakes. He had some ego stuff off the field. But they showed clips and stats for his arm strength, throwing on the run and at difficult angles and the throws he’s capable of making are Mahomes-ish. I wouldn’t be shocked at all if by the end of the 2023 pre draft process he moves up to QB2 behind Stroud. As far as physical capability he and Stroud are tier 1. Everyone else is second fiddle.
  11. Baker did pretty well at OU.
  12. TVD isn’t gonna be the best QB in his conference…
  13. PFF basically said Rattler is the best QB in the class. His situation caused his stock to fall. Judging by how Riley is handling NIL etc I’m gonna go ahead and say if you’re a QB and get on the wrong side of him then you’re done. I think Leary and Rattler are incredibly underrated right now. But…it’d be nice to get JSN and not have to worry about QB bc Corral turns out to be a stud.
  14. I mean maybe but Idt anyone really knows what we are right now. How are you gonna feel 5 games into the season though if we’re 3-2 and everyone is looking around saying…”if we could have held Fournette under 100 yards and pressured Brady we would have won that game.” Why take the risk and not sign a guy if he could be a difference maker when it’s gonna be a one year deal and we have the most cap space in the league?
  15. It’s gonna be someone in house-ish. Someone with ties. If this was the Seahawks then I’d be worried. Not really the Steelers.
  16. Arden Key was one of the best signings of last year. Key (pun intended) edge rusher for the niners and elevated their defense. He had three pressures in the win over Dallas in the playoffs. Not a stud. But could argue he’s the difference in games for a team that went from 6 wins to 10 wins and a playoff run. These signings matter.
  17. Get ready for DJ and CMC to be used very similarly to Deebo. The piece we were missing to be able to utilize either player like that was a mobile tackle. Ekwonu is going to be used like Trent Williams and is going to be a complete game changer for this team. Corral is going to flourish bc of it. It’s about to be exciting in Charlotte. Get ready.
  18. He had 9 sacks last year matching Brian Burns best year ever and some of y’all wanna give Burns the bag but not sign Clowney? When Clowney is a primary edge setting DE? Clowney imo is a MUST sign for this team right now. The only concern I would have with him is health. But IF he’s healthy. He could legit be the best complete DE on the roster. Period.
  19. Offense: QB. Obvious. Defense: Run D on the edge.
  20. I feel like giving Corral the best chance to win (short fields, lots of opportunities) is pretty important. I would sign Clowney for sure to a 1 year deal. We have $30 mil of cap space for this year. Use it to really see what we have.
  21. You take a swing and understand there’s a good chance we’re back in the top 10 next year. But going into the season with Darnold as the only option was never going to happen. I’d rather have Corral and see if he can progress on a cheap deal than tie up more money on Baker or Jimmy G. Plenty of 2nd-3rd round guys light it up. He’s widely regarded as the most complete prospect in the class. Nobody is saying he’s going to o the pro bowl this year. But honestly a competent starter with upside who isn’t gonna throw games for us could be enough to get in the playoff hunt.
  22. It’s hilarious to me that a significant number of people on this freaking internet message board were calling for a complete rebuild THREE years ago when they got rid of Cam. It’s like “MOVE UP TO GET A QUARTERBACK!” There’s no way a competent GM (Fitterer) would have stayed put for Brown when Herbert when 1 pick earlier. If they had been in QB mode from the outset of that season instead of patchworking with Bridgewater….think of the difference.
  23. Matt Rhule is going to turn out to be really good bc he’s going to have a competent staff and a QB who can play. The scouts/GM are elite. The defense is elite. I think the DC is elite. The skill players are elite. I think the OL will be elite. The final piece is a QB who can help move the ball and not turn it over. I think Corral is that guy bc of all the other pieces around him. Rhule isn’t a terrible coach. He’s a dude who had to be shown it can’t always be “my way or the highway” just bc it’s his “process” they’re implementing. The league is too competitive for that. Now that he’s actually got a real coaching staff around him he’ll be good. Which was always going to be the case bc he wants to be a coach that delegates.
  24. I’ve said it from the beginning. Corral has the most upside of anyone in this draft. That’s why they took him. If Corral hadn’t had the off-field stuff, the injury, and played in the Mountain West he would have been seen in the same light as Zach Wilson. The strength staff is going to put weight on him and work on his durability. The byproduct of that is picking up strength in his hips, quads, lower legs that is going to give him an even stronger arm. He is built like a high school senior right now. When he fills out and looks like an actual NFL QB it’s gonna be scary.
  25. Clowney and Akiem Hicks. Fix the run defense by adding those two players. Get rid of Robby Anderson. Idc who takes him or how much you get. Just get rid of him.
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