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    Houston to the Colts

    Q Qilliams is a DT and will be playing the inside. We just gave Anderson 8 million a year to play DE with Williams Bronson Kaufusi plays defensive end not line backer and couldn't even get on the field last year Jordan Jenkins 7 sacks, and if we bring back Copeland 5 sacks would be playing outside linebacker (considering we draft Q at 3) Inside linebacker we are elite, With drafting Williams we would be stacked on our line as well but we would still have one of the hardest positions to fill and edge rusher. That's why I almost always agree with drafting the best player available (Q.Williams) but this year I can't pass on the option to draft either Allen or Bosa and not have to worry about Saftey, Qb, or Pass Rush for the next 3 years.
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    Da’Zarius Smith

    Right And I realized we gave Anderson 7 annually which puts us out on Ziggy Ansah. I saw he just left Buffalo with out a deal but a good visit. I honestly would be kind of surprised if Seattle does not move Frank Clark this year. They only have 5 million in cap room left and he is on the 1 year franchise tag worth 17.5. Our second 3rd, 6th, ILB Darren Lee Frank Clark and we extend him this year
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    Brandon Copeland

    We gave Anderson 8 annually and I understand with his 7 sacks and ability to stop the run he demands more than a situational pass rusher with 1 year under there belt. But what are you considering a big deal for someone like him, I can't compare him to anyone Mac has had to deal with off the top of my head.
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    Houston to the Colts

    You are right, these are all the edge rushers currently making more than him annually. 8 of them are over 30 by the way. Before looking at this list I was skeptical of giving him over 10 million annually. Player Team Age Total Value Avg./Year Total Guaranteed Fully Guaranteed Free Agency Khalil Mack Bears 28 $141,000,000 $23,500,000 $90,000,000 $60,000,000 2025 UFA Demarcus Lawrence Cowboys 27 $20,571,600 $20,571,600 $0 $0 2020 UFA Von Miller Broncos 30 $114,500,000 $19,083,333 $70,000,000 $42,000,000 2022 UFA Trey Flowers Lions 26 $90,000,000 $18,000,000 $56,000,000 $50,000,000 2024 UFA Frank Clark Seahawks 26 $17,128,000 $17,128,000 $0 $0 2020 UFA Dee Ford 49ers 28 $85,000,000 $17,000,000 $45,000,000 $19,750,000 2024 UFA Olivier Vernon Browns 29 $85,000,000 $17,000,000 $52,500,000 $40,000,000 2021 UFA Za’Darius Smith Packers 26 $66,000,000 $16,500,000 $20,000,000 $20,000,000 2023 UFA Chandler Jones Cardinals 29 $82,500,000 $16,500,000 $53,000,000 $31,000,000 2022 UFA Melvin Ingram Chargers 30 $64,000,000 $16,000,000 $42,000,000 $34,000,000 2021 UFA Jadeveon Clowney Texans 26 $15,967,200 $15,967,200 $15,967,200 $0 2020 UFA Jason Pierre-Paul Buccaneers 30 $62,000,000 $15,000,000 $40,000,000 $29,000,000 2021 UFA Calais Campbell Jaguars 33 $60,000,000 $15,000,000 $30,000,000 $30,000,000 2021 UFA Everson Griffen Vikings 32 $58,000,000 $14,500,000 $34,000,000 $18,800,000 2023 UFA Danielle Hunter Vikings 25 $72,000,000 $14,400,000 $40,007,000 $16,907,000 2024 UFA Robert Quinn Dolphins 29 $57,014,895 $14,253,724 $41,171,136 $15,618,583 2020 UFA Carlos Dunlap Bengals 30 $40,500,000 $13,500,000 $22,000,000 $18,000,000 2022 UFA Brandon Graham Eagles 31 $40,000,000 $13,333,333 $27,000,000 $27,000,000 2024 UFA Preston Smith Packers 27 $52,000,000 $13,000,000 $16,000,000 $16,000,000 2023 UFA Dante Fowler, Jr. Rams 25 $12,000,000 $12,000,000 $12,000,000 $12,000,000 2
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    Houston to the Colts

    Only sucks if the deal is under 10 million per year. Very productive but not healthy or young enough for us to through pass rushing money at
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    Da’Zarius Smith

    Not sure we got outbid but more of not inquiring. The word is after we verbally showed interest in Paradis, his agent said he wanted to move to "the country" and we didn't even send an offer to Mitch Morse. For the pass rush, we were going to use Barr as more of a pass rusher like he did in college. Our DC Gregg Williams love's moving a linebacker around in that particular role. However we all know what happened 24 hours after the verbal commitment. I can understand how we got here, we still need to bring in a veteran pass rusher (Justin Houston, Shane Ray, Ziggy). But if we can fill 2 of our major holes in premier pass rusher and center with our first 2 picks in the draft, 3rd and 68th than that would be a quality off season to me with rolling money over next year to continue our growth in the roster.
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    Brandon Copeland

    I didn't realize he played on there practice squad before. He is really funny, always on newyorkjets.com doing interviews with jets players in the locker room. The one with him and Jonnothan Harrison on the beach doing the 40 yard walk interview
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    FA CB Darqueze Dennard

    The most penalties by a corner back in 2018 was 9. He had 7 (2 at home and 5 away) He really is a good cb2 but it was very frustrating at times watching him get penalized almost every other game and then in the post interview instead of saying its a concern that needs to be fixed with practice he hits us with the "penalties are part of the game"
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    Brandon Copeland

    I hope we do not lose him. 34 tackles, 5 sacks, and 14 QB hits as a situational linebacker.
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    FA CB Darqueze Dennard

    What CB2 are left in FA that are worth considering? I feel like with need of a pass rusher and center, it will be tough to find that in this year's draft after the 3rd round or high 3rd round. I have not done that much studying on corners taken on day 2 and 3
  11. Defenses would rather not have to go to the eight in the box strategy because it takes away from the pass coverage. However, teams that run the ball effectively force defenses to go to this strategy. Once a defense does this, the offense can run play-action passes to keep the defenders near the line of scrimmage as the receivers (usually 1 or 2 since, often, heavy packages are in the game including tight ends in place of receivers) run by them and have an entire field to run away from a cornerback, putting the defensive backs at a disadvantage. This scheme can also work against the team that is covering the run. In a base defensive set, there are 3 levels of defenders; line, linebackers, and safeties. The safeties are there to keep runners from going all the way for the score. However, when one safety creeps down toward the line of scrimmage, that leaves only one high safety to make the tackle once the runner has broken the first line of defense. Jets opponents next year : Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants, New England Patriots , Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins So now lets talk about our opponents corner backs and who will absolutely shut down all of our #2 wide receivers and bell/herndon.
  12. Bortles Rookie Trubisky/Glennon Alex Smith ( MVP candidate after a 5-0 start to the year. But he hit a slump starting with the Pittsburgh Steelers in game six. He shied away from throwing deep, got away from the running game and the Chiefs lost 6 of 7 games at one point. During those game,s Smith had the ball in his hand with the chance to win the game 6 times and failed on every one of them ) Siemen / Osweiler. As I completely agree with you that Big Ben has a huge effect on Bell, I don't think the comparisons between these quarterbacks and Darnold can be made. He is way more advanced and that is as a rookie, than any of those quarterbacks other than Trubisky who has a solid sophomore year. I don't think he will put up Big Ben numbers 67% completion , 5,129, 34 touchdowns / 16 interceptions Maybe something like this isn't out of reach Darnold 62% completion, 4,2000, 28 touchdowns / 18 interceptions 2018 : 57% completion, 2,865, 17 touch downs / 15 interceptions
  13. Any chance we are the secret team? Still surprised we haven't made a depth move after replacing Claiborne with Roberts / Skrine with Poole
  14. Who are the 2 slot guys? I would consider Q as more of a hybrid receiver and I am not sold on Deontay Burnett yet or at all lol
  15. I completely agree. Kind of what he did at USC and what I think Gase was trying to bring to Miami. Not necessarily a "labeled" spread offense but a lot of wrinkle of that and a possible week to week change on scheme Found an article from when Darnold was at USC. Here is a small piece of it. After that is another piece from Gase when he started in Miami and what he was trying to bring as far as week to week scheming. "I think we're a spread," Darnold said. "But I think we like to run the ball a little bit more than the typical spread offense would. But, yeah, I guess we're a spread, if you want to put it in literal terms." Offensive coordinator Tee Martin said that USC is "doing some of those concepts a little more." Coach Clay Helton poked a hole in the spread theory, explaining that a traditional spread uses four receivers and no tight ends. And, Helton said, "we always have a tight end of the field." USC never expected its offense to fit neatly in any existing categories. In training camp, right tackle Zach Banner called USC's offense the "smash and gun" — effectively, power football on fast forward. That is still the bedrock, but Darnold has further muddled the classification. "Honestly," receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster said, pausing to consider, "I can't really say it's a spread team. It's a mixture of everything." Gase : My influences coming from Martz and doing what we did in Denver and kind of developing a different deal in Chicago, so it’s just so many things combined it’s hard to put your thumb on what exactly it is. “I just know that we just look to kind of be able adapt from week to week and do what’s best for that game that marries up with our defense and special teams.”

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