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  1. How about you moving on to another team. That makes more sense to me!.........just sayen. Just realized you might be talking about Cincinnati. If you were sorry, if you weren’t above stands.
  2. That sucks I wanted us to draft Hot Rod in the 7th
  3. The Pro Bowl is an absolute joke. They need to get rid of it.
  4. Freeman is under contract until 2023 and if you let him walk he will have a dead cap hit of 6 million in 2020 and 3 million in 2021. Unless we trade him we are stuck. Nobody going to trade for him with a salary of 9.5 million
  5. You weren’t here for the Smith era were you. Blank is one of the best owners in the NFL
  6. We payed Vic B 12 million last year. Let him go to FA and we gain 12 mill in cap space. As far as Free Trade him for a moon pie and RC cola and we save another 9 mill. If we just release him I think we only save 2 mill.
  7. Jerry Jeudy*, WR, Alabama Height: 6-1. Weight: 192. Projected 40 Time: 4.45. Projected Round (2020): 1. 1/4/20: Jeudy totaled 77 receptions for 1,163 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2019. He played well for Alabama, showing his skills to be a dynamic receiver and a source for big plays while also serving as a good blocker for his teammates. Jeudy has big-play speed and is a fantastic route-runner. 8/17/19: NFL scouts who were attending Alabama's practices in the fall of 2017 told me that Jeudy was the next great Crimson Tide receiver to keep the tradition going under Nick Saban that has seen elite receivers like Julio Jones, Amari Cooper and Calvin Ridley dominate the competition. As a freshman, Jeudy totaled 14 receptions for 264 yards and two touchdowns. He was just scratching the surface and dominated as a sophomore. In 2018, Jeudy recorded 68 receptions for 1,315 yards and 14 touchdowns. The first attribute that jumps out about Jeudy is speed. He is a fast wideout who is a game breaker. After a fast first-step, Jeudy has a second gear to accelerate down the field and stretch defenses over the top. He can run by double coverage and score from anywhere on the field. His speed and athleticism allow him to consistently generate separation from defensive backs because he is very difficult to run with. Along with being a vertical threat, Jeudy should be a good third-down weapon in the NFL with his ability to get open on short to intermediate routes. Jeudy is excellent after the catch. He is very elusive in the open field with phenomenal feet to dodge tacklers, stop/start, and cut through the secondary. Jeudy's yards-after-the-catch skills combined with his speed make him very dangerous to turn a short reception into a long gain. Jeudy shows pretty good technique as a receiver as well. He tracks the ball well and has late hands to reel in passes, even with defenders close. While Jeudy is not a pure size mismatch, he has good enough height and shows an ability to make contested catches over defensive backs. There are times when Jeudy body catches when he could use his hands, but that is a minor issue overall. Jeudy has good feel and instincts, showing an ability to break off his routes to get open for his quarterback when plays break down. Round two Khalid Kareem, DE, Notre Dame Height: 6-4. Weight: 265. Projected 40 Time: 4.75. Projected Round (2020): 2-3. 12/14/19: Kareem has 45 tackles with 5.5 sacks in 2019. 6/29/19: Kareem was one of the tough defensive linemen who led the Fighting Irish in 2018. He totaled 42 tackles with 10.5 tackles for a loss, 4.5 sacks, five passes broken up and a forced fumble on the year. D'Andre Swift*, RB, Georgia Height: 5-9. Weight: 215. Projected 40 Time: 4.49. Projected Round (2020): 1. 1/4/20: In 2019, Swift averaged 6.2 yards per carry for 1,216 yards with seven touchdowns. He had 24 receptions for 216 yards and a touchdown as well. Swift ran well for Georgia showing his speed, vision, cutting ability, and versatility. He looks like a future three-down starter and potentially impactful player. 8/17/19: In speaking to some team area scouts, their initial impression of Swift is that they like him more than Sony Michel and believe he is faster than Nick Chubb. They think Swift could be a better prospect than Josh Jacobs but not as good as Saquon Barkley or some of the high first-round running back prospects in recent years. It can be hard to get carries at Georgia with the program's stable of future NFL backs, but Swift was so talented he forced his way onto the field. He flashed during his freshman year even though Sony Michel and Nick Chubb saw the majority of attempts. In 2017, Swift averaged 7.6 yards per carry for 618 yards and three touchdowns. As a sophomore, he took over as a starter and collected 1,049 yards - an average of 6.4 yards per carry - and 10 touchdowns on only 163 carries. He was also splitting touches with Elijah Holyfield in 2018. As a sophomore, Swift also contributed well as a receiver with 32 receptions for 297 yards and three touchdowns. Swift has a good build to him with a surprising burst to hit the hole and accelerate downfield. He has a lot of upside and should enter the NFL without much wear and tear due to the Georgia backfield platoon. Round 3 Jordan Elliott*, DT, Missouri Height: 6-4. Weight: 315. Projected 40 Time: 5.20. Projected Round (2020): 2-3. 12/14/19: Elliott recorded 44 tackles, 2.5 sacks and three passes batted in 2019. 6/29/19: Team sources said that Elliott impressed them last year even though he didn't produce a big stat line. For 2018, he totaled 24 tackles with three sacks and a pass batted. Elliott has a good skill set with upside to get better now that he has some experience. Some team sources said they projected him as having potential to go in the top half of the 2020 NFL Draft. Round 4 Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir-Rhyne Height: 6-2. Weight: 215. Projected 40 Time: 4.48. Projected Round (2020): 2-3. 12/14/19: Sources from five different teams believe Dugger has the potential to be a second-day pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Team sources say Dugger has an excellent skill set as he is big and fast. Dugger is listed at 6-foot-2, 215 pounds, excellent numbers for a pro safety, and he is said to play very fast, flying around the field. They also believe that he will work out very well before the draft and could be a riser throughout the draft process. Dugger has put his name on the map and has high-level scouts. like directors of college scouting, having gone to watch him this season. If Dugger does well in the pre-draft process, it sounds like he will be a second- or third-round pick next April. Dugger had a 30-yard pick-six to open the season against St. Augustine's. In 2019, he has 31 tackles with two interceptions and four passes broken up. 6/22/19: Dugger is a small-school prospect who made it onto NFL teams' preseason watch list. He has a skill set with some size and quickness for the next level. In 2018, Dugger totaled 76 tackles with 13 passes defended and three interceptions. He had 87 tackles with seven breakups and an interception in 2017 over 10 games. Going to a top all-star game and performing well there is important for Dugger's draft grade. Round 5 Shane Lemieux, G, Oregon Height: 6-4. Weight: 317. Projected 40 Time: 5.10. Projected Round (2020): 1-2. 12/14/19: Lemieux has been a good starter at left guard for Oregon, and he has impressed team evaluators this season. Lemieux is a good technician with size and the potential to be a quick competitor in the NFL. Some team sources think Lemiuex cold be a late first-round or early second-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. 8/17/19: Lemieux has been a good left guard for Oregon over the past three seasons, making 38 straight starts over his collegiate career. He has been one of the top guards in the nation and Pac-12 during that time. In pass protection and run blocking, Lemieux is a well-balanced blocker who is productive in both phases. He redshirted as a freshman in 2015 prior to becoming a starter in 2016. Round 7 Rodrigo Blankenship, K, Georgia Height: 6-1. Weight: 191. Projected Round (2020): 4-6. 12/21/19: The Georgia "Hot Rod" was on a streak of perfection before a miss in overtime cost Georgia a loss to South Carolina. He hit a long of 50 yards this season and is 25-for-31 (81 percent). He has three misses in the 40-yard range (8-of-11) and one in the 50-yard range (3-of-5). 6/22/19: In 2018, Blankenship was 19-of-23 on his field goals with a long of 53. He was excellent in 2017, connecting on 87 percent of his field goals. That season Blankenship had a long of 55 yards and was 2-for-2 in the 50+ range. He was 4-of-7 in the 40-yard range. Well I had to take Another JJ from Alabama he fell that far....lol. And I had to take Hot Rod! Also on a side note the G from Oregon will never fall that far. A fun little exercise that gets you informed about the lower guys in the draft. https://fanspeak.com/ontheclock-nfl-mock-draft-simulator/draft.php?d=qjrjro
  8. Yeah I agree but we will be so far behind I figure we will be throwing the whole game. He is available.
  9. So I won my reg season fantasy football league. BUT I had Ridley and Mike Evans on my team! Both are IR and I’m in the playoffs. Should I pick up Gage and Breshad Perriman? Robby Anderson is out there too.........Help me my brothers!
  10. Go root for another team please.
  11. Fail
  12. Mr Door meet Mr Azzz
  13. Can say this of many falcon fans too!