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Greenseed4

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  1. I prefer to be called a "lady," thank you very much.
  2. This is true, if by “turn it around” you mean put up great stats…. It also has absolute nothing to do with the picture you found and posted.
  3. This is a great way to see which posters actually read through a thread before commenting!
  4. I think regardless of your intention, it would be awesome if you posted this article at the beginning of every off-season for the foreseeable future.
  5. Just going to drop this here... 2021 Wide Receiver Stats (extrapolated for 15 games) Jameson Williams, 79 rec., 1572 yards, 15 TDs Garrett Wilson, 95 rec., 1,442 yards, 17 TDs Drake London, 165 rec., 2,032 yards, 13 TDs Chris Olave, 88 rec., 1,276 yards, 17 TDs Treylon Burks, 82 rec., 1,380 yards, 15 TDs
  6. CB: Akhello Witherspoon, has experience with Saleh from his 49er days, would be cheap, and is growing into his own (9 games played for PIT, 3 INT, 9 PDs) S: Marcus Williams, just pay him. OG: Laken Tomlinson, gives flexibility in draft. TE: David Njoku, missing free agent WRs is okay if we bring back Berrios, and dedicate draft capital to WRs and pass catching TEs. ————— 4. Thibodeaux, or Jermaine Johnson (Edge) 10. Tyler Linderbaum. (McGovern/LDT = plus depth) 35. Trey McBride. (TE that is our WR2) 38. John Metchie III. (WR1 that is our WR4) 69. Chad Muma. (a LB) 109. Jesse Luketa. (a LB that plays Edge) 115. Sterling Weathford. (a Safety that plays LB). 145. Charlie Kolar (TE3). 162. Jerome Ford, Hassan Haskins, D Pierce, or Allgeier (Power RB to compliment MC1)
  7. 1,150 yards from scrimmage and 11 TDs?! No, **** that. 52 career pass deflections?! **** that too. We need to get some of those FAs that are young, productive pro-bowlers, that are cheap, immune to injuries, and want to play for a perennial loser. If I’m JD, that is the ONLY type of player I’m setting my sights on, and then I’m going to low-ball the S*** outta them!!
  8. None of you ****s go to church?! No wonder we can’t win any games…
  9. Can’t blame them, imagine running a 40 in one of these!
  10. LB depth in this draft is pretty legit. I’d rather go WR in the second, get LB in the third, and get a power-RB in the fifth.
  11. It was TJ Watt and Aaron Donald, but I digress. The argument is that older draft picks shouldn’t be considered in the top-5 because they lack talent to justify a high pick. It’s a fair argument; with early college departure the draft has been flooded with Uber-talented Juniors who can play in the league. It’s faulty to logic to conclude that means older players can’t. See: Watt and Donald, both 23 year old rookies. I’d argue that there are a sh*t ton of more meaningful numbers that trump age (games missed to injury, 40 times, 10-yard splits, bench press, 3-cone, and short shuttle). I personally wouldn’t take a player off my big board for being a JUCO transfer that took time to develop into the ACC defensive player of the year. This kid worked his tail off and it showed at the Senior Bowl practices against upper-tier competition. If you saw JJ tape paired with Thibodeaux hype, drafting him top-5 would be a no brainer.
  12. No, Tua sucks because he throws with the wrong hand.
  13. This. Except for the QB part; he was hired to coach LBs.
  14. Only one player can hold the single season sack record, and it happens to be an older draftee. Another 23 year old rookie is Aaron Donald. (I’m guessing teams who had top-5 picks in those drafts might want a re-do)
  15. TJ Watt was 23 in his rookie year. Sometimes you just draft a talented player who loves football and continue to develop their skill set.
  16. 70 tackles, 18 TFL, 12 sacks last year. What is your threshold for “difference maker”?
  17. After the combine he’ll establish himself as the clear PR3, with a better motor and attitude than Thibodeaux. I’ve been trying to get Ikem and JJ in my mocks and he’s always gone before pick #10, so yes, I agree with this approach. In fact, trading #10 to a team on the back end recoups a 2nd rounder and positions us for a different blue chip IOL (Linderbaum, Green, Penning). With the extra 2nd in tow, we can trade #38 to ATL (and another cond. next year) for Calvin Ridley. Ridley > Wilson
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