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metatron360

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  1. I think they said that about Thomas Davis also
  2. I wonder if being being beat up in the nfc south he will retire next year. It's gonna be rough
  3. I think Sheffield may take a big step forward. I think that's gonna be our under the radar guy from that draft. I'm gonna call Gurley if he can impact the team the way turner did we are gonna go back to being a perennial playoff team
  4. Trufant money is like 11 mil we cam get a player for that. Always guys getting a surprise cut and there are lots of high profile guys still unsigned.
  5. Yeah this will be the narrative to get players to fight the shutdown
  6. I think it is so they don't lose credibility. At first i was like yay the media thinks we did good then I read everyone else's grade and dang near everyone got an A. Now the people that do have a good draft they can say told you so, and those who fail the player didn't "put there potential forward". So the draft grades this year are not even fun to read
  7. They gave everyone an a basically
  8. I don't see how they can allow other companies like feel a resume activity and single out others. I'm betting the NFL has power to at least fight in the courts before they have to be closed. I just don't see how a government can allow some businesses to open and not others when "public" health is not in danger. I highly doubt it's 4th stringers or 3rd since there are not many of those lots of 2nd stringers and starters that are not considered superstars for the guys above. That's not an intelligent statement. The questions im asking are what most people would ask and the repercussions of the local governments ability to regulate clubs or any place indefinitely. I mean airlines are still flying with zero ppl. I don't think they can block companies that are not putting the public at health
  9. Yes but would those states not allow fanless games with just players? Blank as already suggested that. It seems like owners are on board. Can those states stop teams from playing in private arenas? And if so what compensation would the NFL ask for if those states closed there business?
  10. Especially because of the tv revenue I think you can monitor your 53 man roster relatively well with special guidelines like players self quarantine and clubs providing services for there families etc. You can't keep a player at home but having players opt in to special conditions. I can see the season being played with clubs paying for a variety of services and daily testing. There are only 32 clubs unlike other sports models.
  11. Im interested if players salary will be greatly affected if they do not play and what new language will be added in current and future contracts in this situation. I think owners if they are going to be in the hook for lots of guaranteed money and injury salary? I think it will likely be the case and depending on contracts guys with lots if guaranteed money will not mind losing game checks but this is not the case for most of the players and many if them will want to play. What about franchise tagged players? And rookies on there final year what will be there reason for not wanting to play or vice versa. Looking at all the questions I think players are going to want to play overall. Owners I think will want to have the season. That leaves super stars with lots of guaranteed money maybe in the other field. I don't think they have much leverage. Especially because tv revenue is the big money for the league over 15 billion. To me I see unless the government shuts them down. I don't see a knee jerk reaction like when covid first came out
  12. We were going for a corner and with that you take the corner you like with out giving away draft capital. Based on the run on corners TD took his guy that he had at that pick. Probably wanted to move up based on chatter late on corners but it didn't happen. Funny the run then the talk if trade up and the run on corners before us. We took care of lots if needs this draft and TD drafts HIS guys. It no surprise that he surprises nearly every draft. I think only Matthews and Beasley were consensus picks and he has his more than 50% and he consistently finds gems in later rounds I mean look at jarret and rico and neon, Campbell was a steal in his role. We generally make a splash in FA it's a regular TD draft
  13. We shored up the oline last year I would be willing to bet the d lines gonna get upgraded this year. No doubt We need help in the secondary or LBer but I think we should stick with fixing the lines . demi I think shoukd be as obsessed with the dline as he did not last year. He likes to switch it up and I can see him moving for a tackle this year. Mostly because he moves up and selects a dark horse or who he really wants. It's almost never who we think we want.
  14. Yeah on a year you can get fired you select a player that will not impact the team. Yep take away a QB with 4500 yds input rookie QB not in the top 10
  15. Funny they relate Winston to the Steelers considering ben has had similar accusations.
  16. He has one of the best receiver corps and still never is above average
  17. Yes Joe burrows will probably be NFL MVP his rookie season
  18. Joe burrow he probably will have the most come back wins his first year. Likely he will have the most yards in NFL history also. Not slow Joe this guy will be elite in the NFL. Im taking burrow over all starting QBs in the NFL right now. He has not let any one down
  19. We upgraded hoop and I feel we will draft someone to replace Campbell with someone comparable at better value
  20. Who doesn't think Matt breaks the current yards all-time
  21. Health is key to having certain records and Matt is a great mix
  22. I don't think you can pass the opportunity as a franchise to give up on a guy that will have nfl career marks at mutiple catagories
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