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  1. Even if it's a 200 man roster, there are a lot of guys they'll be working with and plenty of spots up for grabs. Who can they guarentee at WR beyond Enunwa and probably Decker? Lots of spots up for grabs. If they like them enough, they may carry 7. Lots of targets for the QB's to work with and many of them recent draft picks.
  2. I was thinking about this the other day, He had such a hard time just throwing the ball like an NFL QB in camp last season that any significant improvement should be evident within just a few minutes.
  3. I think issues with consistency are a given right now. We're talking about a guy who moved back-and-forth from receiver to corner. That's why he was drafted where he was despite his freakish skills. Nice to see there's a lot to work with.
  4. Hell of a job @Villain The Foe!! So easy to be $hitty and negative right now. Love that we have posters who take the time to contribute in a positive/informed manner.
  5. I could see Hack or Petty, whoever looks better, getting 10 or more starts this season. Either way, it's not out of the question for them to end up with a top-3 pick. win/win
  6. I know. It's almost like nobody in the FO reads message boards to find out how to dethrone Belichick and the Pats. So frustrating.
  7. He puts more people in the seats than the FO annoucing to STH's that the goal is to go winless does.
  8. It's almost like the team wants to maximize profit.
  9. He's here so the FO can show STH's that they're bringing in a veteran to try to compete. Hack or Petty will take the job soon enough to get a significant number of reps this season.
  10. Only like 3 1/2x more than Geno got? That's surprising.
  11. I said It's easier to just look at the record and say "no talent" than it is to watch the games and see that there are some good players who came out and mailed it in under Bowles when the season was lost as well as some young players who spent most of the season on the bench despite being better than the players Bowles was starting in front of them. I'm not saying this is a good or great team, but they have more talent than a lot of people think. Until they get a legit QB, they're going to have losing seasons no matter how well some of the younger guys play.
  12. The roster isn't as bad as a lot of people think. The way the players were used by Bowles and the near 50-year drought at QB makes everyone look infinitely worse. It's a lot easier to look at a team's record and assume all the players suck than it is to actually watch them play, no matter how painful it may be.