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FalconFanSince1969 last won the day on November 27 2016

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  1. I didn't say it needed a major investment, but we do need another LB if we're going to get Beasley back on the line. We need another DT as well since Hageman is an idiot. We're close but we still need a few players on that side of the ball.
  2. Ansah is going to get 10+ mil a season. Clay is going to get 4-5. Ansah is going into his prime and Clay is almost 30.
  3. There will be at least a 5 mil difference between the two.
  4. No. No matter how good the D played down the stretch, they still couldn't get the offense the ball. We were either dead last or next to last in time per drive on defense.....this caused us to have a near league low number of offensive drives.
  5. Yea go ahead and prove that....
  6. I think you should be drafting 1 wr a year almost considering how many of them you can play at once. This also allows you to let players like Gabriel walk when you get tight against the cap. The same rings true for cb.
  7. This Te class is pretty crap. I'd rather a vet on a cheap deal. Somebody like trey Burton who is still only 26 but stuck behind ertz.
  8. None of this rambling proved what I said wrong. He has zero play calling experience and those are just the facts.
  9. The Rams personnel isn't close to the same..... Their top 3 receivers last year were Kenny Britt, Tavon Austin and Brain Quick. Their TE was Lance Kendricks. Their OL was as follows LT - Greg Robinson LG - Rodger Saffold C - Tim Barnes RG - Cody Wichmann RT - Rob Havenstein 2017 All top receiving options and TE changed. WRs - Robert Woods, Sammy Watkins, Cooper Kupp TE - Gerald Everett Here's their starting offensive line LT - Andrew Whitworth (all pro addition) LG - Rodger Saffold C - John Sullivan RG - Jaron Brown RT - Rob Havenstein So they changed WR1, WR2, WR3, TE, LT, C, RT yet their offensive personnel was the same? Be honest, the only people you knew on their offense was Gurley and Goff.
  10. Cool story. He still has zero play calling experience and would need to hire coordinators on both sides who can call plays.
  11. I completely forgot half the board calling Shanny QB killer.
  12. New Rams coach Sean McVay is having a great year, and he’s doing it in part by calling audibles after his offense has already lined up. As noted by Steven Ruiz of For The Win, Rams quarterback Jared Goff calls a lot of plays at the line of scrimmage, but it’s actually McVay who’s calling the plays, through the NFL’s coach-to-quarterback communication system. That becomes clear when you watch this NFL-produced video about Goff, in which viewers can hear that Goff is being told which audibles to call before he calls them. The coach-to-quarterback communication system is turned off by a league official with 15 seconds remaining on the play clock, so the Rams line up quickly so that Goff, McVay and the coaches in the booth can scan the defense and still have time for McVay to relay instructions to Goff before the communications system is turned off. It’s a smart way for McVay to guide his young quarterback. And it’s something we’re likely to see a lot more of — unless the NFL decides to change the coach-to-quarterback communication rules to prevent it. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2017/11/27/rams-line-up-quickly-so-sean-mcvay-can-call-audibles/ Says everybody that knows what they're talking about.
  13. So we complain that Sark has no NFL experience calling plays yet we should have promoted somebody to OC to call plays with zero experience doing it?
  14. No but it still means you don't have a clue what makes a good oc judging by your complete misjudgement of shanny. Exactly what was said about Shanny in 2015 verbatim.