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  1. Should probably be considered for the greatest quote thread. Huddle quotes count right?
  2. You know in a day *full* of bad takes...this PFF nonsense is top tier stupid.
  3. Just for anyone who's curious where this came from and how the individual who wrote the grade feels about the rest of the round (ya know, context): https://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2021/4/29/22409582/nfl-draft-2021-results-pick-by-pick-grades-first-round Myself I'm not sure that taking (arguably) the best (or best fit for this division) player at his position AND plugging a huge area of need on this team qualifies as one of the 4 worst picks in the draft. Maybe it ends up being that way but Dator believes only 2 picks are worse and one is equally bad? k. It's a silly take and its done
  4. Even if the answer you provided to your own question (and the motivation thereof) is 100% accurate (possible I suppose) and the characterization of their PR / Marketing where Bridgewater is concerned as overboard is correct (which might very well be the case, who the hell am I to judge that, it's not what I do) it still does not matter one bit whether a couple of grown men texted each other. I'll even concede the points because you can't see relevant from there. It doesn't matter to the future of the team, or really to the narrative of the last season. We learned that a guy who is alm
  5. In the pantheon of poo that matters whether Bridgewater reached out to Darnold unprompted (or at all unless he was told to by his employer and just didn't do so) is firmly in "who gives a damn" land. Petty? Sure. Impactful? No. At all significant evidence that Bridgewater is a or b type of person / employee / player / QB / dude...minimally at most. So to summarize: who cares?
  6. I sorta feel like it would be fitting to change the thread title to "Not posting anything else for at LEAST 6 minutes" Just sayin'
  7. Richardson presided over his fair share of ultimately boneheaded football decisions during his tenure. The Sean Gilbert trade comes to mind, as do years of allowing this team to stagnate while the rest of the league evolved and the spending spree of 'I love you bro' contract extensions. It isn't as if he was a paragon of wonderful football team management for the length of his ownership and just a scummy dude on the side (something, btw, that could also negatively impact football operations if he were still the owner since none of this lives in a vacuum). Far too much difference in the leng
  8. And he still needs a hobby. I sorta wish I had energy to carry a grudge that hard.
  9. If nothing else I'm impressed with the number of words used to say, "Please draft Mac Jones for reasons"...I guess.
  10. The premise here is great - it's of course *preferable* to draft your QB vs acquire him through trades all things being equal. The cost for the player is lower in most measurable ways and probably in most situations (not a GM, and I don't play Madden). However just listing out SB winning QBs and whether they were drafted by that team is information missing a lot of meaningful context: how often do franchise / superstar/ [pick your descriptor] QBs come on the market to BE traded for, how old were they when they did, were they already declining when they did, what is the state of the team
  11. Wait we beat Washington? Man why doesn't anyone tell me anything. That surely didn't help our draft position, right? That rascal Rivera - got one over on us.
  12. Can we just bury (or at least partially cover with dirt) the Stew isn't reliable and won't make it through a season narrative? He was a workhorse for us this year and an important part of our very good offense. At the end of the season when he had some dings he sat out some time where he probably would have played if our record wasn't as good as it was. I'm 100% with needing to address the future of the position (especially if they don't think CAP is the future of that position) but the statements made by some I don't want to dignify with a "you got quoted" notification that he's a huge
  13. Not pictured above: a bathtub full of meth and whatever the hell he's trying to lean on.
  14. I'd weight the argument that he has trouble with tall, talented corners with the fact that Bersin is not (should not be anyway) our first receiving option. He needs to be a guy who likely isn't going to be matched up with the best (or even the second best) corner on an opposing defense because we have other options on the field. Taking that into consideration then, even if he has reached his ceiling, isn't it enough for him to be a 3rd or 4th option on a given play? At that point you need a guy who can catch what's thrown to him (13/20 last year I think?), has an idea where the first down ma
  15. ‚ÄčLike most stats..those are sort of meaningless without some context. Compare those numbers with targets, snaps played, *games* played and then you have numbers that mean something...even if they still need to have some common sense applied to them. As a receiver (because I choose to forget that his punt returning actually happened) I don't remember watching the ball headed his way thinking "oh poo he's not going to catch that". Contrary, really, I usually believed he would catch a catchable ball that was sent his way. I did not think the same about Avant or Cotchery (both of whom had waaaaa
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