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Darnold might be the next one out the door


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18 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:

I'd rather draft one in the 1st if the right guy is available than trade a boatload for a vet. Plus, Wilson has said there's only a handful of teams he'll play for and we aren't among them. Rodgers is phenomenal still, but I can't get onboard with trading a massive haul for a QB in his late 30s. I just don't see the right situation out there to trade for a vet. I have to think the Watson ship has sailed.

A quality starting QB on a rookie contract is the biggest cheat code in the NFL.

Sam Howell and Malil Willis both project well here. One went to UNC, the other went to fugging Liberty, that'd go over great in this town

Tepper does not think like folks here, thank god

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Just now, ImaginaryKev said:

"FIX THE LINE FIRST" is probably the most childish observation you can make about this team right now, I swear you're some toddlers

It's weird how some posters think it's utterly impossible to do both. We're gonna make a lot of moves this off-season. Moton and Christensen may prove to be the answers at OT. If we're lucky, Brown will prove to be the answer at RG. If everything goes to plan, we could only be needing a LG and. C. It's a lot easier to fill holes on the interior OL than at OT, though I will admit that our free agent choices this off-season leave me pretty concerned about our ability to evaluate FA OL.

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2 minutes ago, PootieNunu said:

Sam had a bad game behind one of the worst OL performances in the last 2 years and the first reaction is draft or trade for a new QB, not fix the OL. Or if we do fix the OL do it with late round picks and FAs because that has worked out so well for us in the past. 

This is baffling.

And he is calling us toddlers...hmmmmmmmm

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1 minute ago, PootieNunu said:

Sam had a bad game behind one of the worst OL performances in the last 2 years and the first reaction is draft or trade for a new QB, not fix the OL. Or if we do fix the OL do it with late round picks and FAs because that has worked out so well for us in the past. 

This is baffling.

It's literally game 5, Sam hasn't proven anything yet, everyone knows the offensive line needs work. Multiple things can be true all at once. You can't grasp that, nor do you like planning for contingency and assessing priority in regards to needs lol

You'd make a horrible GM, not sorry

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2 minutes ago, ImaginaryKev said:

Sam Howell and Malil Willis both project well here. One went to UNC, the other went to fugging Liberty, that'd go over great in this town

Tepper does not think like folks here, thank god

WTF have you seen from either to think they are franchise qbs????   Jesus H Christ I would rather roll with darnold then those two. 

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Just now, ImaginaryKev said:

It's literally game 5, Sam hasn't proven anything yet, everyone knows the offensive line needs work. Multiple things can be true all at once. You can't grasp that, nor do you like planning for contingency and assessing priority in regards to needs lol

You'd make a horrible GM, not sorry

Exactly, its game 5 and the obvious weak link has been the OL. If the OL could be fixed so easily in FA and late round draft picks, why do we still have this crap on the field?

It must be harder than you make it out to be. 

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1 minute ago, LinvilleGorge said:

I will admit that our free agent choices this off-season leave me pretty concerned about our ability to evaluate FA OL.

Fitterer is a college scout.

Dan Morgan is a pro personnel guy.

I'm looking forward to seeing the two of them work together next off season.

(while also praying Morgan doesn't get a GM job just yet)

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1 minute ago, LinvilleGorge said:

It's weird how some posters think it's utterly impossible to do both. We're gonna make a lot of moves this off-season. Moton and Christensen may prove to be the answers at OT. If we're lucky, Brown will prove to be the answer at RG. If everything goes to plan, we could only be needing a LG and. C. It's a lot easier to fill holes on the interior OL than at OT, though I will admit that our free agent choices this off-season leave me pretty concerned about our ability to evaluate FA OL.

Like the fact they think in terms of spark score and say things like "we think he's a second round guard, third round tackle" proves they're not gonna be shy about going against the grain with regards to acquiring a QB and fixing the Offensive line. This fan base is just terrified to draft a QB bc they're not used to having good ones lol. 

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Just now, PootieNunu said:

Exactly, its game 5 and the obvious weak link has been the OL. If the OL could be fixed so easily in FA and late round draft picks, why do we still have this crap on the field?

It must be harder than you make it out to be. 

Because we've spent so many draft picks on defense the last two years? Again. Childish. Can't focus on multiple things at once. 

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