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  1. Southside (East Carson St) isn't a bad neighborhood. It's mainly a party stripe of bars/club and restaurants. Mainly a place where adults age 20-32 mingle around especially those who go to UPitt and Duquesne. Everyone goes down there and enjoy themselves on Saturday night. Everything closes at 2 am Sunday so there's mainly parking lot pimping til 3 am. I'm surprise I didn't run into him that night. But I don't know of much spots on 23rd unless he was just walking back to his vehicle.
  2. What the hell is going down on the Southside at this time? I'll be going there tonight and Saturday night but it's no where for a prominent person to go to although that area is as commercial as you'll find out there. Too many bars and dance clubs so the possibility of running into a drink or someone trying to finesse you from a lawsuit are sky high.
  3. Young Marshall who sabotage practices was traded for two second round pick. Then once again for two third rounders. Good thing about it all is that it only takes one team and that's if we want to trade him in the first place.
  4. I feel we won't get adequate play from our pass rushers currently on the roster nor should we wait to develop one. I'm not into big spending, however we should be aggressive in solving this problem as it creates a terrible ripple effect. Having Coples past years and Richardson last year was a complete fail and although we're rebuilding I feel the need to get a player who can perform right away. Not so much to win now but to help out those we're developing around them with at least above average production as it's been way below bar. I wouldn't even touch Jones and his price tag. JPP coming of surgery would also be too high. A guy like Melvin Ingram would be on the top of my list. There's a bunch of low level CBs after Logan Ryan, Trumaine Johnson, A.J. Bouye and Stephon Gilmore, such as Prince Amukamara, Morris Claiborne, Dre Kirkpatrick, Ross Cockrell and Captain Munnerlyn. The first 3 low level guys have been one hit wonders after being selected in the 1st round but I would take a chance on one of the three. With my preference being Prince who played great under a 1 year prove contract under the Jags. On offense I would take a flier on Colts, TE, Jack Doyle who did well with 59 catches for 584 yards and five touchdowns as the number two TE. Gavin Escobar is another interesting name who hasn't done much receiving as the number two TE in Dallas behing the iron man Witten. I wouldn't mind bringing hm in to compete along with Doyle and ASJ. Therefore I would be satisfied coming out of FA with Jack Doyle (TE), Melvin Ingram (OLB) and Prince Amukamara (CB). That's 3 major needs addressed before the draft. I have little clue regarding how the FO feel about theses QBs. What ever extra money created by cutting our own should go toward extending some young pieces. We should gamble on Wesley Johnson and Marcus Williams and see if they'll sign long-term contracts above their RFA tender. Enunwa is another candidate I would look to extend with cap room.
  5. 100% agree. Myles Garret is the answer. The Browns however have the 12th overall pick along with two 2nd rounder (via Titans) and projected to have two compensatory 4th rounders. Therefore they have the ammo to make a move up to us or to leap frog us if they're indeed high on him.
  6. Jets are projected a 4th round compensatory pick from the Giants signing Snacks. Sucks that it's not a 3rd as Bruce Irvin was the cutoff with him earning more money then Snacks.
  7. Dude had one hack of a game against some good DBs.We should defintely have him on the radar as we're in need of some young play makers.
  8. Not sure how he compares to Sanchez the prospect who was a better talent then most in his surrounding classes. Just wasn't battle tested nor matured as all his victories were blowout wins with superior surrounding talent making it harder to pick him apart. The only close game he had happen to be a loss. Besides that we're comparing oranges to apples. Like how Mitch operates under center as he shows great footwork and pocket presences while keeping his head up field. The mobility is good enough and although one would like to see more (and for him to go back to school) I believe he shown enough.
  9. L 27-28 @ Duke, Passed 24-33 (72.7), 297, 3 TD, 2 Int L 21-28 Vs NC State, Passed 23-38 (60.5), 280 yards, 3 TD, 0 Int L 23-35 Vs Stanford, 23-38 (60.5), 280 yard, 2 TD, 2 Int
  10. Trubisky, 6-3, 220-pounder, completed 68.2 percent of his passes for 3,748 yards, 30 touchdowns and only six interceptions in his first full season as a starter. Instead of highlights, lets take a look at his game film from the broadcast view point. W 37-36 vs Pitt, Passed for 35-46 (76.1%), 453 yards, 5 TD, 0 Int W 37-35 @ FSU, Passed for 31-38 (81.6), 405 yards, 3 TD, 0 Int L 3-34 vs 13-33 (39.4), 58 yards, 0 TD, 2 Int W 20-13 @ Miami, Passed 33-46 (71.7), 2 TD, 0 Int W 35-14 @ Virginia, Passed 24-31 (77.4), 3 TD, Int 0
  11. 1. I agree he's not a top 5 guy. uty similar to Cook he's someone that will go top 10-15 who we should monitor depending on how FA and the demand to trade up from other team goes. 2. Whether the Jets cut Marshall and/or Decker or not. The transition process has to begin as injury, age and abilities come into effect. I don't know about you but I don't wait til my car is completely shot to start looking for another one. Even with those guy our offense looked problematic. 3. THe only position that I can coop with us picking defensively is edge rusher. Even then we're still going to have the problems scoring points which is why I wouldn't cancel out the possibility of picking Leonard and Dalvin. Whoa, my bad if I made the intention that he was my top guy on the big board. Also Decker and Marshall for one extra year should factor into this, it's more so whether the staff fill he can be that great number one target in the NFL.
  12. Take Enunwa out and that's close to all All-JAG WR roster. I favor being more proactive then banking on finding Decker and Marshall's replacement JIT (Just-in-time). Also no decent (average) QB makes a 3rd rounder look better. An elite guy like Brady, Ryan, Rodgers can do so and even there personnel guy made sure they had a prominent receiving target to throw to.
  13. BPA on offensive. It's about time. Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame Mike Williams, WR, Clemson 2nd round pick 34-36 overall, I like prospects O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama Curtis Samuel, WR/RB, Ohio State
  14. I believe you attacking the strength of the draft rather then go position. Going by those terms CB would be a great avenue to look at. However I have to go against my own ideology as our team have neglected getting top offensive prospects. Nor do we have a prominent OC or QB for a weapon to want to jump ship and play within our offense in the FA market. Therefore we have to solve those troubles in the draft. Also lets say we go QB in 2018 draft, what receiver will he have? By then Marshall and Decker will be a shells of themselves if they aren't already. Hopefully Enuwa get re-sign to come back by then. Better yet Mac should extent him this off-season. Williams isn't a must pick pick at our slot but offense is whether it's he, Fournett, Cook or Robinson if we don't go QB.
  15. I strongly believe in us needing to improve in getting young skill players on offense. Williams collected 79 receptions for 1,114 yards and 10 touchdowns this season. Miss 2015 season after getting injured in the first game but caught 57 passes for 1,030 yards and six touchdowns in 2014. There's a strong possibility of Marshall or Decker (or both) being cut this year therefore we will need someone with the potential to be a number one target.