TXAintsHater

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  1. Agree. Like to see them win the West, should be a fun team to watch. The WR position is just fine: Hopkins, Fitz, Kirk (criminally underrated, loved him at A&M), Isabella (also underrated) is a solid core. Defense (and I think OL) should be the focus.
  2. More than I thought. Personally, I think he’s best as a 4-3 SAM linebacker, a la Campbell. He’s not a real, pass rusher IMO, and more of an off the ball type. In the draft, I think Zach Bain is a similar player and should be utilized accordingly.
  3. Def gonna be CB. Not opposed to getting Floyd on a 1 yr/$6 M prove-it deal, to replace Campbell. Can still free more room by cutting Bailey, and then extend Mack to lower his cap hit, and post-6/1 cut Carpenter.
  4. As for his age, he played MiLB between HS and NCAA for three years. No injuries there, and he wasn't a catcher, so less wear and tear on his legs and body as a whole. I bet he still plays at a great level through his mid 30's.
  5. Let go of? Former first round pick, with great athleticism? Someone would have traded for him in that scenario. For the billionth time, he was buried on the depth chart due to two other, entrenched TE. Bet you Hooper, Boyle (one of the TE that blocked him in BAL), and many others get tackled short of the goal line here:
  6. Sounds like teams such as GB and WAS (maybe one or two others, like NE?) really want him, tag and get a 2nd for him.
  7. Saw this coming. Sambrailo and Bailey are probably next, and maybe Stocker too. Could this possibly open the door for a tag-and-trade of Hooper?
  8. Not a believer in the ____ is (position)-U, but Bama RBs are on such a HUGE roll lately. Henry, Ingraham, Jacobs (played a big role in me winning my fantasy league too).
  9. ^Yeah, edited it out b/c I saw it was mentioned in the OP, but hard to confirm. Thanks for the stats!
  10. Second in FBS this year (behind Chase Young) in generating QB pressures from the EDGE. Great prospect!
  11. For LB, how about Bachie (Mich State) in the 4th or so? The suspension hurt his draft stock, but he was great from what I saw.
  12. This. Bad OC/HC but GREAT OL coach. Coaches his guys into perennial pro bowlers
  13. I'ma say the one who's getting better is Takk. Much better in QB pressures/hits/hurries, despite less playing time (and an injury). Not all sacks. Pair Grady with another stud in the middle (D Brown if available in the 1st), that'll help collapse the pocket and help Takk finish plays. Sacks aren't everything, 98>44, and PFF agrees.