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  1. I feel like he had quite a few untimely drops too. Still a great pick and valuable player.
  2. https://www.al.com/auburnfootball/2018/03/how_auburns_jeff_holland_perfo.html
  3. Sensei Mud (Holland) was dynamite his last year, including against UGA and Bama. Left too early, though I think his slip to undrafted had to do with underwhelming pro day numbers
  4. Josh Harris, an Auburn alumni, played in all 16 games but played significant snaps in zero. I guess he’s never played in the NFL. P.S.-I’m all for trading Julio if the price is right. Im just against red, size 72 aggressive typeface calling other people stupid for ignoring “facts” while misstating them.
  5. I’m an Auburn fan, and you’re not making the school look good with either your attitude or math (9/16 = greater than 50%).
  6. As others have said, playaction and motion to create mismatches; WCO. Use of running backs in the passing game is actually one of the ways their most different—AS historically has not used his running backs in the passing game (though that could be that it’s not Henry’s strength).
  7. I mean…in the grand scheme of things, you want as little dead cap as possible because it’s wasted money. But your have to make your decisions now based solely on cap savings and whether you’re better off with $15m + a draft pick or with Julio. Sunk cost fallacy is defined as holding onto a player because there will be dead cap if you cut them.
  8. The cap savings are what matters, not the dead cap. Essentially, are we better with $15m + draft pick or with Julio? If you can sign the draft class, pick up Houston and Casey, and nail the first rounder (e.g., new WR, QB of the future), then you’re better off trading him.
  9. Love the hire and plan to blitz. How have his defenses done with giving up the big play? Seems like a combination of aggressive blitzing with relatively unathletic or inexperienced safeties (depending on who wins the jobs) could leave us vulnerable.
  10. Still insane to me that baseball and basketball have fully guaranteed salaries and football does not.
  11. Anyone think Gono could beat out McGary at RT. They’ve both had flashes but been in consistent. New regime won’t care about McGary’s pedigree and chose to pay Gono a $3 million tag
  12. I vote yes. He got snaps (but not touches) last year because he is a great blocker on third down, and he has showed a bunch of promise as a runner/receiver in past years. I also think this Leveon-style running (incredibly patient, then hits the whole when it opens) would work well in our system
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