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  1. Or any WR than can get YAC. I swear ours fell over half the time they actually caught the ball.
  2. I don’t think anyone is “fanboying” him lol. It’s more of “give him a chance” vs “he will be terrible because he worked with Fitt.” Remember Beane learned under Hurney and all his blunders. Like I said if nothing else he has seen successful and non successful franchises be ran. Hopefully he can know what the difference was.
  3. Regardless if Morgan somehow changed from Seattle and Buffalo to being horrible here, let’s hope he is logical and learned what works and what does not. He had great examples of both.
  4. Fitt was bad. No one is arguing this. We are trying to see if their are signs of Morgan insisting on these picks.
  5. Morgan also went to Seattle with Beane who turned their franchise around. They didn't really follow the Seattle blueprint (huge raw QB who they molded and trading for a top WR to help him grow, never really got a good running game with their RBs). People like to compare Young to Wilson because they are both short, but honestly Seattle got lucky with Wilson in round 3, they had traded for Flynn for that to be their guy. Young and Russ also have two pretty different playing styles. Canales talking about the offense he wants to run seemed similar to the one he just ran in Tampa. He was just speaking basics IMO. Yeah PA, running game, and bootlegs helps take pressure of the QB especially with a bad OL.
  6. Ok the 22 draft had Icky ( up and down but the Huddle seemed to love the pick ), Corral (McAdoo wanted). Honestly the problem is we were missing another high pick because of that Darnold trade. We need to be acquiring picks not sending them off right now. I’m not sure who that falls under but I’m betting Fitt.
  7. For the “all talk” crowd. It’s the offseason. There isn’t much else to talk about aside from what our new staff is saying…
  8. It all really depended on how the draft fell I’m sure. The last one was the only one without Rhule overriding. Did Morgan’s guys fall to our spots or was it more Fitt’s guys? We know Fitt was all in on Bryce. I’m not sure who was pushing for Mingo, but Evero seemed hyped about DJ Johnson. Outside of that you have some late round guys.
  9. For me it's just football. There are many way important things to be worried about. A new GM and HC is definitely something to look forward to. I want to see how they try to steady the ship and what moves they make as a priority, who they draft and why etc, etc.. I follow other groups who aren't nearly as down on Bryce as this place seems to be. Don't get me wrong many didn't like what they saw and honestly they have every right to express their opinions. It's the overexaggerating and trying to rewrite history that can drive me crazy sometimes. Anyway if we completely suck with Bryce this year and he looks the same or worse, we should have the top pick again and simply try again for another QB. If he progresses then we can continue to build around him and see if we can get a competitive roster. I'm not too attached to any player currently. My Auburn fanhood and his great play on the field does lead me to like DB a lot and I hope we extend him, but even if we traded him for the right package I would entertain it to see what happens.
  10. I’ve heard Pitt as well. Tomlin seems to really be high on him. @ToomersHave you heard anything?
  11. Mac had a great last year too. I think sometimes the NFL player gets lumped into the college player by us fans. Your ranking almost projects to where they were drafted just flip Bryce and Tua. 2021 Young when he had NFL receivers was as good as any. 2022 had weaker receiving targets compared to other years for Bama. His best WR was his RB.
  12. You could argue a lot of things, but all of those names he mentioned didn’t follow a pattern. Losing Jamo and Metchie definitely hurt but that’s just part of it. With them he was statistically one of the best. His career is still statistically one of the best. Rating under pressure is nice because it kind of takes away the solid OL he usually had.
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