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Posts posted by CrazyCarl40

  1. 10 minutes ago, 32EBoozer said:

    Game 1 against Minnesota in playoffs= 18 shifts nearly 12 minutes ice time. I think you’re just making this stuff up. He’s a 3rd/4th line RW On the checking line. Did he get banged up or were they down in the series and went with their top 3 lines on extended shifts? There are several possibilities but you go straight to he sucks and a healthy scratch. If I had time I’d look up last year’s PO series.

    He’s below replacement level. He’s also overpaid at that. He played in 3 games against Colorado and 3 games against Montreal. And barely played in those games. You can do better on the 4th line. And for cheaper. 

  2. 3 minutes ago, 32EBoozer said:

    Am I missing something here? image.thumb.png.4cbdf7c4326bd43f483b311ed5fc618f.png

    Yes. How many games did Vegas play in the playoffs this year? It only took them 10 to get to the cup finals in 17-18? When Vegas needed to win, he didn’t see the ice. 

  3. Pre-Draft Analysis

    Sherwood is a big, strong safety who spent a high percentage of snaps inside the box or working as the overhang covering flexed-out tight ends. He's an above-average run defender with good strength and long arms. He's physical, and his length is an asset in coverage, but he has just marginal top-end speed. -- Steve Muench

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  4. 27 minutes ago, JiFapono said:

    Dan Mullen run game is all about outside and stretch zone schemes.  Perrine excelled.  He was an every down back, did everything, 3rd down beast, incredible out of the back field.  Seems like a much better fit from the antiquated, lack of motion, play action, style of zone scheme that Gase ran.

    Excelled? Are you talking about college? Speed to the edge in college is not the same as in the NFL. He looked very slow in the NFL. Like slower than Gore. 

  5. 1 minute ago, JiFapono said:

    You think the GM that took Perrine in the 4th round last year, during a covid season to play for a HC that he fired largely for being totally inept on offense, is going to cut said player in his 2nd season playing in an offense that fits his skill set, extremely well?  lmfao  - I'm legitimately worried about you.

    While I'm meh on Carter, it was more about the fact that I didnt like RB there as there are much bigger holes and needs to fill then RB.  It's not even so much about Carter, plug in a different RB, I still think it was the wrong position group to target with that pick and I dont think he's significantly better then the next 4-5 RB's on the board.

    Maybe you need a nap?

    Perine, from what I’ve read, is not a fit for the new scheme. Do you have any articles that say he will fit?

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  6. 1 minute ago, Creepy Lurker said:

    I wonder how Sam feel about all this haha. He must feel slighted with how he was never supported. 

    Eff Sam. The ghost of Joe Flacco did more with the Sam weapons. Good QBs elevate those around them. Sam dragged everyone else down. 

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  7. 1 hour ago, nycdan said:

    Actually, FWIW, Devin Smith had way more yards and TDs in college.  He averaged over 20 yards per catch.  He did the same in two of his three seasons in the NFL.

    If he wasn't  Mr. Glass he might have been a really good NFL receiver.

    Devin Smith had 121 catches in 4 years. Stephen Hill had 49 catches in 3 years. That’s 170. Elijah Moore had 181 catches in 3 years. I’m not sure the point of your post here but it didn’t prove anything I said wrong. 

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