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  1. Great physical tools but not a scheme fit. We just need guys who are lean and nimble on their feet to wall off defenders. Trey Smith is better suited for a smash mouth scheme. He's just as big as the DTs in front of him. Then again Becton is just as big however his college film proved his reaching ability despite being 350lbs. He'll (Becton) definitely have to get leaner this season.
  2. There's a perception that we must draft an OL to upgrade the position immediately when in reality we must draft OL more so for the future. Not sure why there's this unrealistic expectation that a rookie OL will come into the league as a average to above average player to block for a rookie QB of all players. Right now Fant is an below to average high priced player. I think we should definitely focus on drafting his successor as his $10.6M cap hit in 2022 is premium pay for a RT of his caliber. Connor McGovern at $9.3M is also an overpay. Teven Jenkins and Liam Eichenberg are two tall, le
  3. No point in targeting a positions but more so a player. Put a name to it. Some guys are special some are not.
  4. Caleb Farley is not just good but he's "good-good." Ja'Marr Chase and Gregory Rousseau are two great prospects who sat out and had one great season. Farley on the other hand had two great seasons before opting out. Dude was basically waiting to be draft eligible. I'm not doctor but reports has it that his back condition isn't serious according to numerous team doctors that checked him out. Should still go in the 1st round however if he falls like Gronk did then he'll definitely be a steal. My one problem with him is he's a matchup CB. He's not going to matchup against a team number one WR
  5. I like the Vinny Curry signing. But be honest he's a rotational player who'll play 40% of the snaps and rush exclusively from the interior but will play the edge on early downs. Curry shouldn't stop us from signing or drafting another edge rusher.
  6. He can make up to $10 mil if he hits his incentives.
  7. One way to make an offense struggle even further is to have them routinely trail therefore changing the game plan and switching to an aggressive play calling script. Wilson being down 14-0 at the start of the 2nd drive isn't a healthy formula. With that said I hope we go into the draft completely open minded.
  8. Pass, what ever asset we have to trade away for a player has to be directed towards Ertz.
  9. Dyami Brown, UNC Shi Smith, USC (Car) Amon-Ra St. Brown, USC (Cal)
  10. If all the RBs are still on the board and we had to select one, I would favor Javonte Williams. He's younger and/or fresher then the other top backs.
  11. What's going on with Clowney? Sign the beast or stay away at all cost?
  12. Jeremiah Owusu-Koromoah This guy would be the best possible outcome and dream scenario. In todays NFL were're practically watching 7 on 7, and a OLB like him is neccessary. Especially with Miami most likely to select Pitts. Would have been good to get Neal but honestly he lacks tremendously in coverage. I think Wyatt Davis lacks versatility to be choosen in the first round. I like Tevan Jenkins, someone who can play G and pushed out to tackle if neccessary or needed. But ultimately we should trade back for more picks.
  13. Van Roten progressed nicely as the season aged. All this talk about replacing him is something I can't grasp. Yes he's a JAG, however he's a dependable one who's under team control for the next two seasons. I rather focus on upgrading some other JAG.
  14. Not at gun point but by their wives, family and bank account.
  15. He's as safe as Osama bin Laden in 2011 JD isn't going to pay Crowder $11M and will pressure him before training camp to take a paycut or risk getting cut.
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