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  2. I seriously hope next year he doesn't care ~ far, far away from here. I've had my fill of Vic Bustley. I hope he gets canned from his next team inside of one season and ends up out of football. He doesn't deserve to even be in the game with his give a shlt attitude.
  3. Well, then the future is brighter than I thought.. but still, I want Nick back.. even if I’m in the minority..
  4. That'd require the Falcons FO to be intelligent
  5. New flash I showed you, out of 14 OBJ targets Ramsey covered him on 7. Keep peddling the myths.
  6. Newsflash smart guy: Ramsey travels with #1 WRs. Trufant shadows a side of the field. Plus theres a big difference in passer rating allowed. Let's look at the WRs he covered: Hopkins twice, TY Hilton twice, Larry Fitzgerald twice, OBJ, Tyreek Hill Trufant partially covered: Michael Thomas twice, Mike Evans twice, AB Davante Adam's and AJ Green His division has more marquee matchups than Trufant sees all year. And Trufant doesnt even cover the #1 guy. Remember famously when AJ was being covered by Oliver when he gave up a game winner last season to AJ Green. The difference is obvious to anyone that actually pays attention.
  7. Chalk that up to Trufant dropping 7 INTs last year lol.
  8. I mostly agree, as long as there is a transformational talent (according to the GM) where we pick. Don't see a problem trading down from that high up otherwise tho
  9. I don’t know what winning match up actually means but Takk has grand total of 10 pass rush disruptions (sacks+Hits+hurries). Vic has 7, Clayborne has 7 and Bailey has 2. All of them finally caught up to Khalil Mack who has same number of disruptions as all of our DE. Too bad Mack played only 5 games while these clowns played 6. There are 4 rookies who have more pass disruptions than our DE. @Knight of God is right, there is no disruption in pass rush and Takk isn’t better either.
  10. I think Blank will default to the potential new GM/HC especially if Ryan doesn’t fit the new system. Love Ryan, but he isn’t getting any younger. And while he is limited physically I still believe he has one of the best minds in the NFL. Drafting Tua to learn under him could set us up for another decade after Ryan rides off into the sunset.
  11. He's really good. There's very little separation between the two defensively.
  12. Plus a 78.5 and 91 passer rating is a huge difference lol
  13. I hate being on the same side as them on any issue. Though I seriously doubt that it's for the same reasons. They don't give a dusty f**k about authoritarianism. They just see a chance to point out hypocrisy in those who have dared to call out their Dear Leader in the past.
  14. I’m not disagreeing that Ramsey is better, I think he is too. But everyone wants to act like he’s a Greek god and the lord and savior combined compared to Tru when that’s just not...true. I honestly think Tru is a better man-to-man corner, and so was Alford. Forcing them to switch to being zone corners ruined them somewhat IMO. Neither were ideal fits for the Seattle style defense. Now on the Sherman/Seattle thing, it’s possible he could thrive more than Sherman, but Sherman has a very distinct style of play. He’s super physical at the line and basically everywhere after that, but his IQ is really what separated him from the really good, and even the great CBs at the time, to being the unquestioned best. This is coming from a guy that doesn’t even like Sherman, I just respect his game, even though I do think he gets away with a lot of grabbing.
  15. I’m for cutting out the remainder of the season myself.
  16. Plus look at their division. Niners are still undefeated while the Seahawks are 5-1.
  17. **** Vandy....just ****
  18. Same here. I also really dislike Pache's swing.
  19. That is impressive.. you really think Waters and Pache are equal defensively though?
  20. Comebacks are a sketchy way to celebrate a qb. I wouldn't call Stafford clutch. He's not only had the same number of 4th qtr comebacks as Ryan, but done it in fewer games and with a much less favorable supporting cast. Jay Cutler has almost as many comebacks as Ryan and Stafford and I doubt anyone wants to call him clutch. I'd much rather have a qb that keeps us out of those situations in the first place than someone who has a hard time keeping up with the opponent on the scoreboard, starting off slow burying their own defense. The number of times we had to come back after Ryan had a terrible performance is high. Over half those games he had multiple turnovers so in many cases we're really just celebrating them climbing out of a hole they put themselves in.
  21. Yes, Waters strikes out a lot. That's the only negative I see in his offensive game. But even with all those strikeouts he's still managed to somehow hit .298/.354/.461 (.814) in the minors. Pache has hit .283/.331/.404 (.734) in the minors. That is why I'm not sold on him yet.
  22. Going to laugh if the Rams miss the playoffs. IMO it's more likely than not with how the NFC is this year.
  23. Stats are close, but Jalen's are still better. Trufant couldn't catch an INT if his life depended on it (this season is an anomaly) and both players are used in completely different ways schematically. Trufant primarily plays off-zone in which he's asked not to let anyone get behind him in cover 3 and come up and make tackles. Whereas Jalen traditionally follows the other teams top WR so the stats are naturally skewed. I imagine if Jalen was asked to play Trufant's role he'd be even better than Sherman was in Seattle.
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