Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1,902 Awesome

About trueblade

  • Rank
  • Birthday 11/08/1972

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Miami, for one, has superior capital.
  2. Watson is 25 years old. Who cares about a year with no first round pick? We can have our QB set for a decade or more. FitBit will just have hit on his 2nd and 3rd rounders.
  3. As much as I'd LOVE to have Watson, there are simply teams better positioned to offer Deshaun a better chance to compete quickly and for the Texas to get better compensation.
  4. I mean is Watson is even in the discussion, that's what you do, and you pay what it takes. He's 25 years old! Even if you have to struggle for year or two with no first rounder, you've got your franchise QB set for decade or more. Now, back in the realm of things that might actually happen, you try to get up to 2 or 3 if you believe in one of the QBs. You just better be right. If you can't trade up and there's no QB you love at 8, you look at trading down. It takes two to tango though so you might or might not find a dancing partner. If you don't, you stay there and pick the best pla
  5. A better GM here might have helped sure. My main point is Seattle went from consistent 7-9 seasons to drafting the 20s once they got Russel Wilson.
  6. Cam was a franchise QB. He took a little longer to get going than Russ, but Prime Cam of '13 through '17 had us right there with Seattle picking in the 20s. Expect for 2016.
  7. The only way this works is if the Jets traded the pick before Jacksonville picks, which would not be a smart move. If Jacksonville shocks the world and takes Fields, you'd already have the Jets pick. I would love to have Trevor Lawrence. It's not happening.
  8. It's amazing what having a franchise quarterback will do for you.
  9. Fitterer is going to be very familiar with the recently dismissed Brian Schottenheimer if we lose Brady.
  10. "Fitterer’s background has been more in college scouting. His input helps Seahawks GM John Schneider determine the team’s ratings of college draft prospects. That has helped Schneider have enough of a feel for the draft board to make several trades down, which has allowed the Seahawks to average more than 10 draft choices a year." - https://sports.mynorthwest.com/302131/clayton-10/
  11. https://www.carolinahuddle.com/topic/167051-the-final-four/?do=findComment&comment=5361961
  12. You're right. I'm sure it had nothing at all to do with the fact that LSU had 17 players drafted include 1st rounders Joe Burrow, K'Lavon Chaisson, Justin Jefferson, Patrick Queen, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, 2nd rounders Grant Delpit, Kristian Fulton, and 3rd ronders Damien Lewis, Lloyd Cushenberry, and Jacob Phillips, plus 4 more players selected in rounds 5-7.
  • Create New...