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  1. So the Jets offense has improved since last year? It's a good sign.
  2. Along side those 3 and outs, the Bills also started 3 of their 6 1st quarter drives near mid field. A short field, limited rest and short on time for adjustments early in the season can cause defenses to give up points quick.
  3. Dirk Koetter. Would be fun to watch nearly 40 passes a game. Heard that he interviewed for a head coaching job for college and when asked about his offensive philosophy he said to pass on 1st, pass on 2nd On third down if it is short yardage, run the ball, if not pass again.
  4. Another part of it that is being overlooked is that he played scared. For a guy that is touted as being even-keeled and nothing seems to rattle him, he seems to play well when there is no pressure on him. Once the season is out of reach or they fall behind in games is when he excels. Perhaps the reason for missing all those passes was that he was nervous and scared. He has got to be able to build his confidence early in the game.
  5. Chifs have released WR Gehrig Dieter. Was having a good camp before losing out to special teams ace Marcus Kemp.
  6. Would he be another slot though? Couple of players that seem like possibilities if they are cut are John Ross (speed, still young, injury prone and former first rounder) and Kenny Stills (played for Gase in Miami, got some speed on the outside).
  7. This is an interesting proposal depending on the draft compensation. Bell has 3 years at 44 million left on his contract. Kamara looking for 16 million a year so a 3 year 48 million wouldn't be a whole lot more. Bell is 28, Kamara is 25. Still don't believe in spending big on a RB but its an interesting idea. https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/alvin-kamara-landing-spots-after-saints-trade-report-emerges-patriots-among-two-leading-contenders/ New York Jets How about a Kamara for Le'Veon Bell swap? The Saints and Jets could entertain the possibility as a way to rid each other of their running back problems. Bell and Jets head coach Adam Gase have had their disagreements and the Jets would certainly like to rid themselves of Bell's massive contract. The Saints, should they choose not to sign Kamara to an extension, could ship him off to New York and get a playmaker in Bell, whose receiving ability would fit nicely as a check down option for Brees. Despite Bell's subpar 2019 season, he still has a few good years left in him. Put Bell behind a good offensive line and he'll revert back to his days with the Steelers. The Saints will reap the rewards of Bell and still be Super Bowl contenders while the Jets will get a younger back in Kamara that's a stronger fit in a Gase offense. Kamara will also receive plenty of target volume given the Jets' depth at receiver. The Saints may actually get a draft pick back for taking on Bell's contract. Just a thought.
  8. Ravens' run/pass ratio was 57.5/42.5. Next closest was the 49ers at 51/49.
  9. Is there an opportunity to sign Clowney AND trade a 2nd for Ngakoue? They can still clear cap space by cutting Avery Williamson and/or Brian Winters.
  10. It is rumored that the 2021 cap will drastically increase. Some are estimating a jump from $200M to $240M. Not coming from an NFL source but would be interesting if this happens.
  11. He reminds me of Frank Gore. A guy that can consistently get 4 yards a carry and help out in the passing game. Good balance, good vision but lacks the break away burst to frequently run away from defenders. Gore played one year under Gase in Miami in 2018. At 35, he led the Miami RB group with the most carries and yards, ahead of a younger and very explosive Kenyan Drake.
  12. He was also dealing with a thumb and knee injury the last 4 weeks which probably affected his play a bit. The knee injury was downplayed but was enough for him to show up on the weekly injury report. Random other injury he had was a toenail removal where he was limited in practice.
  13. Matt Ryan had a good rookie year but really broke out in year 3/4 and saw steady improvements until his 5th year Eli had a breakout year his 2nd year only to regress and breakout again 4 years later in his 6th year Flacco got better every year with his best year coming 9 years into the league. Alex Smith has had a rough career but has been steady throughout his career when give the opportunity. You could say his breakout season was his first in Kansas City 10 years into his career. Andrew Dalton was a third year breakout. Ryan Fitzpatricks breakout wasn't until he was 28, when he finally got a chance to play. Ben Roethlisberger broke out in his 3rd year and again in his 6th. River's was a 5th year but 3rd as a full time starter. Foles' breakout was at 29 unless you think his 2014 year was his breakout year. Cousins breakout year was his first year of starting at the age of 27. Goff's 3rd year was his breakout year after playing 22 games his first 2 years (Sam has played 26). Russell Wilson statistically broke out his 4th year when the Seahawks began to rely on him as more of a passing QB rather than their running game. QBs develop in different ways and at different rates. Hopefully this offseason provides the players around Darnold to see him take that next step. Seems like starting QB don't always take the same path to success. Look at Rodger and Mahomes or McCown and Fitzpatrick.
  14. Mims reminds me of Demaryius Thomas. Limited routes, great hands, runs away from defenders after the catch, can go up and get it if they need to.

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