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  1. Man I was thinking in the 40s. He's definitely a top DT. That's a very valuable position these days.
  2. I gotta say, I really have never thought of our LB corp as even cracking the top 10. Deion is obviously a top 5 LBer in the league, but the rest of our corp leaves a lot to be desired. Everyone playing next to Deion has just seemed like a side-kick trying to support the hero.
  3. Why do you think that? Not trying to be rude, it's just that everything I've read about him says that he's a first round pick that never really panned out.
  4. That's the exact reason I would not spend all of my money. It's good to squirrel some away for an emergency injury signing. He can't afford another season like 2018.
  5. Ugh Top Billin is the laziest analysis. The dude knows nothing about X's and O's. He just replays footage and points at the players with his little highlighted cursor and says exactly what they're doing. His best feature is the fact that he pays for NFL Rewind.
  6. This is a weird list. I think Matty should be a few spots higher, definitely above Carson Wentz. What has Wentz ever actually gotten done? There are also some other weird placements, like spots 10, 11, and 12. I'm not saying Cam ain't the number 10 guy, I'm saying that who knows what he's still got left in the tank at this point? He was clearly a terrible QB when he was playing through all those injuries. But he is a legitimately good starter when he's healthy, but we don't know if he'll ever be what he once was. Tannenhill has had what? One good season? And while Kyler does look like he's got a good future in the league, he's only played one season. And I just think it's weird to try and rank a guy (Burrows) that has never taken a single snap in the league. By default he's a 0.
  7. I think we made some good personnel moves this offseason, but I don't think that the roster has really been the problem. I think the problem is having one of the least innovative and most predictable OCs in the league.
  8. DK is the main reason I am worried about this season. I really do believe that our offense has pretty much all of the pieces it needs to make a deep run in the playoffs, but we don't have the coaching. Koetter just always seems to fall back into his tendencies whenever anything goes awry. And we all know what his tendencies are: very pass-happy. He's always been able to get the ball to move well, but he's awful in the redzone, and typically seems to lack ever having an adaptable gameplan. The one time he actually changed his script last season, we ran the ball down the Saint's throats with a good amount of success, but we barely kept at it for an entire half. In the second half he went right back to his high passing ways again. He's easy to predict, which means he's easy to stop.
  9. I really don't think we do anything with this small amount of cap. From what I remember about previous years, TD typically likes to hold onto a little chunk of change as injury insurance, which is definitely a prudent thing to do. I would be really surprised if we could sign someone productive like Griffen with this small amount.
  10. I can't help but wonder if this is some very low-key shade directed at the fact that Beasley had zero dog in him at all. I'm not sure that Deion is that type of guy, but that's the first place my mind goes.
  11. From what I understand, (I'm not a real X's and O's guy) it's because we ran a whole bunch of different looks that were more on the 3-4 side of things and we didn't have the personnel and we didn't seem to fully grasp assignments. Everything looked better once we switched back.
  12. I would not be upset if we got him. I haven't watched him play in a while, but his stat line looks like he's still productive. I wonder what kind of money he would want.
  13. Tru was really really good there for a minute. He used to be straight up sticky. Then he got injured and never really bounced back. I think that Quinn's system was never very good for his play style also. The only CB I can think of in the last 10 years that was as good or better was Brent Grimes. I've gotta say though, that giant contract we gave him was ridiculous. I don't know why we got on a streak of giving players insane contracts.
  14. Same. It's surprising how self-aware he is. Seems like a much smarter man than the vibe that he puts off.
  15. Dude was so over drafted. Maybe Julio can get another 300 yard game against him.
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