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  1. I still think Marino is the best all time. He would wipe his ass with Brady with the same protection afforded these guys now. Plus the calls and rules skewed toward offense. Marino never had just chuck if deep for a pass interference as half his offense.
  2. Then we would be the cheaters. Lol.
  3. Knowing us we probably wouldn't be getting a comp pick but I'm still gonna try to use that as the value marker. Try a play that "missing piece angle". See if they bite. It is shame. Really like to see the good teammate types work out. Who knows maybe he'll take like 3 mill a year. Lol.
  4. I'm negotiating on the premise that losing him in free agency gets a third round comp pick. So I'm saying to the eagles if you want to get past Brady and Brown this year you're going to want some more push up the middle. Give us a 3 and a 5 and you won't have to wait till next year to maybe get him free agency.
  5. Gonna jump on this while it is just a discussion and not a maccagnan screwed us for all eternity thread. I'm thinking I agree with you on this. I really want to like Leo. He appears to be a good teammate, etc. However the production just isn't there. Especially considering the price tag. I think if you could squeeze a second and say a fourth or fifth, do it. Shoot, maybe even a third, if we're not gonna sign him anyway.
  6. Show me on this doll where maccagnan touched you. You don't have to be afraid anymore. Your safe now.
  7. Stupid trade. Thomas is done. Up in New England he's just a piece in the system with Brady throwing to him. Here he's going to have to play a much larger role and he just isn't that player anymore. Wht trade assets, even a low value asset, for a washed up piece that really isn't going to do much for you now, let alone the future. So much for the amazing Joe and all his connections.
  8. You're assessment is on par with what we got here. Plenty of potential, never a large enough sample size to see if it would be realized. Seemed to be a team player, etc. Who knows, maybe he finally got passed the injury bug.
  9. 2018 Jordan Jenkins. Jadeveon Clowney Forced fumble. 2 1 Fumble recovery. 2 3 TFL. 6 16 QBH. 15. 21 Fumbles are a wash. 10 more TFL 6 more QBH Are 12 tackles, 2 sacks, 10 TFL, 6 QBH worth $13.5 million?
  10. 2018 Jordan Jenkins 35 tackles 7 sacks Jadeveon Clowney 47 tackles 9 sacks Jordan Jenkins 2019 salary $2.2 million Jadeveon Clowney 2019 salary $16 million Are 12 tackles and 2 sacks worth $13.5 million?
  11. Hey, you and i can agree that the product on the field isn't that great anymore. For me, though, it's more about they've put the outcome of games in the hands of the refs. Much like you said about Brady and Luck. Brady is the poster boy of a multibillion dollar conglomerate. They protect the investment. I don't even care about the rules designed for player safety. Like leading with the helmet. Most players I think have adjusted to these types of rules and while I do miss those bone crushing hits, I don't think it has made the game sloppier. But to really compare sloppiness pre and post new CBA we need some kind of statical information. Are there more dropped passes? More missed blocking assignments? More fumbles? Stuff like that. Otherwise it's just subjective and as we've seen earlier in this thread, statements about more penalties earlier in the season just aren't true. Even though we swear we see more penalties. Also, I think we take the opener. I think Bell is going to swing what would've been close losses into wins for us this year. Also, I guess we could statistically quantify play calling being conservative early on but we would need to ask the coaches. Not only would they have to divulge that info but we would have to take them at their word and we all know coaches lie through their teeth.
  12. There appears to be no merit to the statements that preseason under the new CBA has affected penalties during the regular season. There is some anecdotal evidence that underdogs win more in the early regular season but nothing that links that to practice. Oddsmakers have more to go on at this point. As far as sloppy play goes there is no statistical way to quantify this. As far as play calling goes there is no statistical way to quantify this.
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