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  1. Did this one to see how I would rank in terms of their grading scale more than anything... overall, not a bad draft haul. No trades up, keeping our future firsts:
  2. I liked this one I just did. Franchise QB with an upgrade to our OL, McKitty as the 4th pick due to a run on a much needed TE for us and he was the best of the rest, and the latter half full of development players that could use a year of working with to get up to NFL speed. Overall, I'd be thrilled with (at least the top half of) this draft.
  3. Based on what Fitts said, he's not averse to trading down, but also that past 18, you move to the second tier of first round talent. So, it's possible we could trade down, but I don't see it being lower than 16th or 17th place in this draft. A trade for next year's first though? That throws a wrinkle into it too, as no one knows for sure where will teams will land after the upcoming season, but that could be even more valuable than one from this draft.
  4. just for consideration, the CDC advises against N95 masks for anyone not working in healthcare: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/about-face-coverings.html I'll stick with my cloth mask. It's done alright, although I hardly go anywhere too.
  5. All pissing about the past GMs aside... there's one thing I hope to see in my lifetime that is in that first chart for the Seachickens. I want us to have the last pick of the first round at least once before I go the way of the dodo, and not as the result of any trades. I think we can all agree on that one, right?
  6. I'm perfectly fine with them taking the time to get who they think is the right fit. I'd also like to get that person before they get hijacked by another team, but it seems we're ok with these four as well. So, rushing the process does nothing for us, and may prove to be harmful in the long run if done so. Patience is worth it here, just to be absolutely certain we've crossed our i's and dotted our t's... that said, my favorite candidate is Peters still, but Fitterer might be intriguing as well, since the Seahawks always seem to remain competitive. To be honest, haven't heard much
  7. I've stopped watching ever since they hired that Napoleonic midget with too much fake bronzer in his eyes. Haven't even read who we picked up or left or anything this summer. You guys do me a solid, and let me know when that walking ego is finally shown the door, so that I can finally be a fan of my team again, k?
  8. Maybe.. but it still made me laugh.
  9. And what makes it even more confusing and difficult to track, is that they have never released their formula for the comp picks process. So, in actuality, it may just be a couple of the NFL top dogs shooting spitballs at a dart board, or a back room deal (which would explain the Pats getting so many picks over the years. Heh!)
  10. Found a decent article on Comp picks: http://overthecap.com/the-basics-and-methodology-of-projecting-the-nfls-compensatory-draft-picks/
  11. I don't believe it works that way. It's the difference between the perceived and actual value of the player lost to the value of the player brought in that is what's used for determining comp picks. If Josh gets his $16 million per year that he's looking for, and we bring in a vet for around $2 million (like Getts is notorious for at this point), we would have a differential of $14 million. That amount is then factored into their computation for which round of comp pick we get. So, we could sign a corner, and still get the pick. We just couldn't sign someone who is asking for $12 million
  12. INB4 Double Olsen and contain Cam.... poo.. late to the party.
  13. Never should have been that close. Ron says we won't go conservative... so we do a LOT of three runs and a punt in the second half. Happy we won, but nervous now. Newsflash for the coaches, Arians likes taking big shots downfield and they usually make those plays. If we do this again next week, we're in serious trouble.
  14. how in the hell is that a catch when the ball was out of bounds, and his feet weren't down when he eventually caught it?
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