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  1. Agreed. If they can't win 10 games with that schedule, regardless of who is at QB, they need to clean house and try again. Houston will still be in the mix for the division. Hopkins is a great player but Stills, Cooks, Fuller, and Cobb will be enough to help Watson score points, not to mention a still improving O Line and running game. Defense will be the biggest question for them, and bouncing back from the collapse in Kansas City. I am expecting Tennessee to take a bigger step back than Houston. Jacksonville is tanking and looking to lose 13-14 games.
  2. I found that pick interesting as well as the Eason pick. Everything the team had been doing this off season seemed to be geared towards winning now, but then you take 2 guys in those rounds that most likely won't play a snap this season. Or at least not until pretty late in the year. IMO the 3rd round is still a time where you should be getting a player who will be expected to be on the field for at least 50% of your snaps on the season for their side of the ball. I don't mind the Eason pick as much because he had fell a little and was probably worth a little more due to his potential. Really like the Pinter selection at 149 however, should be good value and a guy that can rotate around positions up front as needed.
  3. Is Phillip Rivers an upgrade over Brissett? Last season says no and that the Colts still have the 3rd or 4th best QB in their division. But the Colts can protect Rivers far better than the Chargers could. And they have a superior coaching staff.
  4. Crazy times. Sad to see him leave New England, but really think it is best for both sides. BB will be able to rebuild around a QB on a rookie contract making less than a million bucks the next 3 years. Brady will be able to make the money he is deserved for a couple years. And he gets to play with much better weapons than New England could afford to get this year. I don't think the offense fits him the way they ran things last year, but I'm sure he will have a large say in play calling and game planning. Very curious to see if Antonio Brown tries to get in the door with the Bucs...wouldn't surprise me to see Arians give him another shot.
  5. I'm just glad we can finally start using taxpayer funding on something other than children and their athletic endeavors if all leagues are shut down
  6. According to some leaked info online--It's going to be closed to immediate family members only, no general admission fans allowed. Crazy times..
  7. Good Lord...calm down man Why would someone create one? If anybody even dares suggesting someone can compete with Linton you rip into them..
  8. Never been to a game there, but Lawrenceburg has always been my favorite to see in passing
  9. I didn't mind San Fran throwing the ball on 2nd and 5. They had Kittle matched up on Suggs and he was wide open for at least a 15 yard gain if the ball isn't tipped at the line (Great play by Jones). That being said, on 3rd and 5 I am either running the ball or making darn sure the ball is not thrown incomplete--even taking a sack would be better than what happened. Shanahan got plenty of guys open in the 4th quarter, but the plays weren't made. You can't bash him as a coach for blowing this lead the same way he blew the 28-3 lead in Atlanta--one game he ran the ball too much, one game he threw the ball too much. Can't have it both ways. I thought the surprising difference in the game was KC's ability to run the ball and also get the ball on the perimeter to wear out the pass rush. The 49er front 4 was dead those last 10 minutes, despite how much they dominated the first 3 quarters they didn't have the ability to factor in as much in winning time. Believe it was Walsh who said the single biggest factor for winning in the NFL is 4th quarter pass rush...49ers didn't have it and Chiefs did.
  10. This is a good thing for IU and Mr. Ramsey. Good luck to him, I'm sure he will have success wherever he decides is the best fit from here
  11. And the winning QB in the game started his college career as a wide receiver LOL
  12. To get back on track here...when was the last time a title game had this much hype from the QB position on both sides? Most likely top picks in each of the next 2 drafts going up against each other, both look to have star potential at the next level. Tebow vs Bradford in 08 comes to mind, but not sure it was this level. Leinart vs V young in 06 has to be the closest, but not sure Vince Young was on either of these guys' level as a pro prospect. Going to be fun
  13. Oh I agree with you, definitely not saying the committee should have put anyone other than Oklahoma in with the way their system works. But, I also don't think Oklahoma is the 4th best team in the country. Not that it really matters, it's been a 3 team race all year and LSU likely boat races whoever they play outside of OSU/Clemson.
  14. Totally agree. LSU's backups were more physical than Oklahoma in the 2nd half. Outside of Lamb, there wasn't a player on OU's offense that could play with LSU's defense even with them playing primarily man to man coverage. Edwards-Helaire wasn't full strength for LSU, their coaching staff (Primarily Co-OC) was dealing with a tragedy, and the game was still over 5 minutes in. I would have much rather seen the dreaded Crimson Tide, or Georgia, or anybody else play LSU again rather than the Big 12.
  15. Well we are seeing why there isn’t an 8 team playoff lol
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