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  1. The difference between a Jags 5th and a Panthers 3rd isn’t going to be 2 rounds of difference either... with a little good fortune, I’d say maybe a 35-45 difference. This trade is just a win.
  2. Not only was it uncatchable. He ran directly into Jackson and had Jackson not used the smallest amount of support, the momentum would’ve knocked him over. One of the worse calls I’ve seen lately.
  3. Man what a reach it’ll be to read “Texans safety misses game and that’s the reason why the panthers won the game”.
  4. Absolutely this. Lose nothing and pay them well, while not mortgaging the future cap.
  5. I’d prefer to not have extended him, but it does line up well with Marshall’s first contract ending, so let’s just keep the band together.
  6. I’m down! If we’ve too many for one league, let me know if we could set up a second one.
  7. Absolutely not. I won a game 24-17 and when the game completed, it said I’d lose 17-0. And it plays like garbage.
  8. Tremble, Marshall, Chubba, and Shi are balling like crazy, love to see it.
  9. Every time I see him with an opportunity, the LT holds him. It’s amazing.
  10. It’s joint practices guys.. let’s not pin the seasons future based on this fluff. Yeah, some rough patches, this is the time to really work on them.
  11. This Texans trade just keeps making more and more sense. Reunite fuller with watson, throw a farm led by Howard and Tua and picks at Houston. The stars align for those teams!
  12. I really think the whole world has no idea about Dj Moore. No one knows what he excels in, besides us. They don’t see the elite get off of line ability, being an absolute physical YAC machine. Evident by everyone assuming that robbie is the number one, which is absolutely false.
  13. When’s it Carolinas turn to open up about Teddy Bridgewater?
  14. Thought the same thing. I’ll admit I’ve never watched one of his interviews but that one rubbed me the wrong way. Hope Lock beats em out for the job too. Don’t try to fool the people that got you paid and then released you when they realized you’re as good as any backup.
  15. I agree wholeheartedly. It’s gonna be a dynamic, fun, competitive defense.
  16. I think it’s slightly understated, but, I think this defenses potential is really underthought. Maybe not by this board by some, but nationally... it doesn’t see what’s brewing. On the line youve Burns, YGM, Brown, Fox, Nixon, Jones.. along with Reddick playing a specialist/edge joker role. We can do a lot worse than Shaq, Perryman, and Carter at LB and LB is becoming increasingly not as important as it used to be. This secondary depth is the strongest I’ve seen in a long time. Chinn, Horn, Bouye, Jackson, Burris, and see what we get out of Taylor, Franklin, Robinson, and Pride. Everyone and their momma is talking about Darnold, good and bad, but man this defense is gonna be fun.
  17. PFF wouldn’t stop poo poo ing on the passing of Fields but I guess they just won’t come to grasp that the staff has confidence in Darnold. I love the diversity of our draft, which they’re not really talking about. I hear so much Chargers, Bears, and Browns bland solid draft talk, though.
  18. Im usually pretty pessimistic about these things, but, the amount of value we got and where we got it, just made me excited. We did get a little trade happy, but we made up some nice ground. That 4th from Houston is essentially a late third. 1- Horn- A-didn’t LOVE it initially, but passing on Fields and not being able to move hurt. But after sleeping on it, we weren’t getting Horn moving down. The teams also very confident in Darnold, which we’ve no choice but to trust and see. Horn himself, essentially makes the CB group potentially elite and deep, which we haven’t had in a while. 2- Marshall- A+ - the dynamic and depth of this group just became elite. Idk if you’re finding a more diverse and talented core in the nfl, aside from TB, maybe CIN, DAL, and maaaaybe ARI. He’s tall, he moves, he’s elite production, and he’s from a winning program reunited with his championship winning OC. 3- Christensen-B- dont love the player too too much. We did need an OT, though and he comes in at a pretty important spot. 3- Tremble- B minus- needed more elite OT and DT depth and took a swiss army player that needs some grooming. Luckily our later picks solidified this pick. I’m excited to see what he role he’ll get. 4- Hubbard- B- a zone runner with solid speed and power in spurts with some fumbling issues. We did need some pedigree behind CMC and all in all this seems like a pretty safe bet for stability. 5- Nixon- A+- what an absolute value. We needed more IDL and I think we got a top 5 player at the position in the fifth round. He is polarizing because I’ve seen him as high as late round 1 and I know PFF was specifically low on him, but I don’t know how you make a better 5th round pick. Home run. 5- Taylor- D+- no real strong opinion of this pick, would’ve loved to have seen Gowan be the choice here. 6- Brown- A+- another absolute value of a pick. Couldn’t ask for more out of a 6th. He has the potential to be the starting day RG and be a pretty fine one, assuming the staff gets his height and mobility where it should be. The production and school he came from, just screams value and safety, though. 6- Smith- B- purely a depth choice and one of the remaining top WR at the time. Local kid, can’t hate the pick. 7- Fletcher and Hoskins- N/A. Long snapper and depth body. Pretty low expectations. All in all, I’m giving this draft an A+. We solidified and moved pretty masterfully and took the shots we needed.
  19. Absolutely love love love this pick. I’ve seen em mocked up with the top 3 DT and we got em where we did. It’s a low risk high reward and a need.
  20. Jenkins is a true RT. We have one already... love the move. Something of value is gonna fall. Little, Radunz, Cosmi, Mayfield, Eichenberg, Humphrey, Wyatt are all still up there.
  21. As long as it doesn’t impede our vision of what we COULD get in a falling lance or fields, I like the move. One of those two happen to fall, have yourself a Qb competition and be in a much better place.
  22. Which game made ya think that ? Which string of games? Or are we just going with the crap that you see on like Nfl network without looking at the other variables?
  23. I don’t get why everyone’s so mad about this? Losing a second sucks, sure, but let’s not pretend we picked up some hopeless bust. He was on the worst coached team in the league, with a garbage line, with always below average wide receivers. Hes coming to Cmc, Dj Moore, Robbie again- and maybe Pitts?! Marcus Maye is also not happy about the trade, because once again, he knows what’s in building. I highly doubt any of you watched jets games weekly (best friends a jets fan and I live in jersey so I had to). Darnold isn’t perfect but he’s super young and has redeemable traits. As far as THIS draft goes. We have nothing but options now. We don’t have to sell farms to a team like Atlanta for someone just as unproven (albeit it would feel better getting fields or lance there) as Darnold. Maybe come pick 8- we’re still interested in Lance if he slips. Maybe we wanna bolster the o line I’d say a Sewell somehow falls. Or we take Pitts and have the best weapons in the NFL. Or take slater and just have a blue chip o lineman. Heck, maybe Mac Jones falls and New England offers their pick and say another 1st or second next season. We have a ton of options now- before today we had our hopes rested in other teams. Saying Teddy is the same thing or better than Darnold is honestly lazy and misguided. Darnold is 23 and was NEVER given a shot in that craphole organization that MIGHT be finally on the turn around. In my eyes, Darnold is a college player because his age matches it- and he’s had experience playing on that crapshoot of a team.
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