A-TowN.-

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  1. Woahhhhhh impressive... /s
  2. Okay man whatever you say. I respect you defend your team, but objectivity is not in your realm of thinking. I just don't see it with Kalil. I don't think him having his brother there will make much of a difference.
  3. Vikings OL was arguably worse than yours and you guys signed a player who was one of the reasons the OL there was so bad. How much sense does that make?
  4. We really don't care. Now you're just spamming with homerism. You just said high upside Matt Khalil lol. I'm done. When's the last time he was good? OT Matt Kalil to Carolina Panthers Actual: Five years, $55.5 million, $25 million guaranteed PFF play-earned contract: Two years, $6 million, $2 million guaranteed Grade: F Matt Kalil has earned PFF grades of 43.8, 68.4 and 36.9 over the past three seasons, one of which was almost entirely lost to injury. His best season was as a rookie in 2012, and since then, he has been varying shades of poor. His play suggests he should be making little more than the veteran minimum, not walking into another starting job as one of the best-paid tackles in the league.
  5. I agree man. He was a pretty big steal. For us to get him is awesome. I think he will see the field sooner than later.
  6. Allen is in a good spot. I don't love him, but I don't hate him either. We could be in much worse shape. He's taken strides under the regime and I think will only get better. Plus Kazee could step in as well with some proper coaching at the FS position. I like Kazee a lot, dude is just a playmaker with the smarts as well. People want to harp on numbers and what not, but the most important aspect to being a FS is instincts. Earl Thomas doesn't play sideline to sideline because of his speed (yeah it helps), but he's incredible at reading routes and the QB. He starts running to where the ball is going to be before the QB even throws it. I think Kazee can have a similar effect (not saying he's Earl Thomas) but there's a reason he had so many picks. It's his instincts and ability to cover ground before the throw. His quick decision making and anticipation is some of the best I've seen in the 2017 draft. Not to mention he's got incredible ball skills and tackling ability. I think we are in a good spot at FS, not to mention the pressure from our revamped front 7 will also make life easier back there in the secondary. More rushed throws, QBs getting off the spot, and less time for routes to develop. We will be fine between Rico, Kazee, and Poole. The best man will win.
  7. I feel you OP. My birthday was the 6th, the day after. I thought I was getting the best gift I could ever get. 3rd quarter and I was cheesing so hard. I thought, "Wow we are getting a Lombardi, I didn't think we'd ever get here before. If we win, now what?" My good friend from the Army is a Pats fan, he texted me at halftime and said, "Good game man, it's over. Y'all deserve it." And I told him just out of being nice, "Don't worry it's Tom Brady, you never know." Yeah well my worst nightmare happened. It took me a few weeks to get over it and honestly I don't think I'll ever stop blaming Shannahan. After Julio made one of the best SB catches I've ever seen to put us at the 20, Shannahan could've just ran the ball, milked the clock, and kicked a FG. Game over. That's what hurts the most. One guys bad decisions in the 2nd half screwed up everything. Oh well. It doesn't hurt as much. We are a good team, we weren't even supposed to be in the SB with such a young team experiencing a lot of turnover in Quinn's second year. We are only just starting in my opinion.
  8. Same with him starting the post. He can do what he wants. The irony.
  9. I get that he can be back up and depth but he's going to compete with Rico IMO. He's a really good player and I can see him getting a lot of snaps. He's too much of a playmaker.
  10. It's just lazy to compare him to Allen. He's a different player in many aspects as I said earlier. Better run defender, better ball skills and instincts. Obviously Quinn and TD disagree with him being a clone of Allen or why else would they freaking draft him if they already have him on our roster. Makes no sense.
  11. I've seen him make some solid catches and tough ones too but drop easy ones. Could be a threat on passing downs if he cleans up hisnhands like Roddy did.
  12. Yeah I would've rather had Hodges. Can't block and has some drop issues.
  13. Hodges is falling because he's a big unpolished WR.
  14. Don't confuse what man? I'm not a child don't talk condescending. It's your opinion like I have mine. I don't care if you've played or not. Don't talk to people like they don't know what they are seeing just because their opinion is different than yours.
  15. I think we are seeing different things. IMO he's a way harder tackler and better at closing and wrapping up. Kazee ran a better 40, measured slightly bigger, and had a better broad jump. I don't see how they are similar other than they got INTs in college as CBs.