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Evil Hurney

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  1. The cap is real. The issue is viewing as a 1-year limit when it's really you have X cap over Y years. For example, if you assume $200M cap for the next 5 seasons then you can spend up to $1B ($200M x 5) on players this season as long as you are comfortable they will all be on your roster in year 5.
  2. Based on the TV in the background and the time on Fitts phone I think Willis was still on the board during that part of the conversation. The whole "Corral is gonna fall" talk takes place right after Ridder got picked, pick #75 The Belichick call takes place around pick #88 Tepper saying "it's time" comes around pick #90
  3. Nice writeup. I think PJ will end up being stashed on the practice squad. He is on a vet min contract and would have made far more if the team felt like they needed to go the RFA route to keep him. It seems both he and the team understand his role.
  4. 9 bass you say Do you believe in coincidences?
  5. It's odd that the networks think a big name calling games matters more than the quality of the person calling the game. There are a LOT of NFL names that are utter sh!t in the booth. Case and point, Brees for all his on-field ability was pretty rough on NBC last season. I wish they'd just hire dudes that played and are actually good at announcing (like Olsen). All Fox did was spend a lot of money on a marketing gimmick (i.e. Brady eventually calling games). I think a lot of networks are trying to find their own Romo.
  6. There is a certain team we all care about in the top 10. This is based on the following depth chart from Ourlads
  7. Yup. Sounds like the Browns also thought the Panthers would be desperate enough to pay a good chuck of the salary. They got greedy and instead lost the trade and a good deal of leverage (they won't have the Panthers as the other team). The Browns are basically stuck waiting and "hoping" a QB vacancy happens via injury or suspension. I don't think they'll cut him unless they need the roster spot. In their minds they probably assume they can get at least a comp pick out of him; Mariotta and Trubisky were roughly worth 5th/6th rounders this year in terms of comp picks.
  8. I think this part of the reasoning has been underrated. This was an abnormally deep draft class. If you don't like a QB enough to take them in the 1st you probably don't like them enough to skip drafting another starting caliber player in the 2nd. Other reasons: Better QB class projected for 2023 Not many teams that "need" a QB Baker + Jimmy being available means you have a semi-known cost for a viable QB option
  9. What makes you think we are forgoing "the best talent" in lieu of some favor to Rhule?
  10. Did y'all see that the Eagles gave Carson Strong $320k guaranteed? This seems like an area that a team with an ultra wealthy owner would be able to just outspend the competition like certain teams do in baseball.
  11. Malik falling is actually a good thing for his long-term prospects
  12. Falcons will likely have a shot at the top 2 QBs next season. Why waste a 2nd rounder on a backup QB?
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