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As great as McCaffrey is he's just not durable.  That contract is going to screw CAR in the long run.

So its not crazy that the Jets could end up with 4 picks in the top 50

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1 minute ago, KRL said:

As great as McCaffrey is he's just not durable.  That contract is going to screw CAR in the long run.

So its not crazy that the Jets could end up with 4 picks in the top 50

Sometimes I wonder if CMC is just a productive and explosive Blake Glassman

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4 minutes ago, TheNuuFaaolaExperience said:

Two years in a row where he can't stay on the field. 

The human body can only take so much abuse. 

Especially at RB.  Especially when you get the kind of touches he does.

Sad for him, he is a hell of a talent, but two years of injuries and his future may not be so bright now.

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CMC, Barkley always gets hurt. let this be a lesson to all you guys who every year at draft time want us to draft a RB at #1. 

and then you see undrafted guys like Walter yesterday play good enough. coleman.. good enough...there not worth #1 or even a #2 pick

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This is why you don't draft RBs early.

CMC out for the year.

Henry out for the year.

Cook out for a while.

Kamara has missed 3 games.

Cam Akers out for year.

Travis Ettienne out for the year. 

JK Dobbins out for the year

These guys are all young and in their prime.  Even the ones that stay healthy fall apart after a handful of years (unless you are a freak like Adrian Peterson). 

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3 minutes ago, JoJoTownsell1 said:

This is why you don't draft RBs early.

CMC out for the year.

Henry out for the year.

Cook out for a while.

Kamara has missed 3 games.

Cam Akers out for year.

Travis Ettienne out for the year. 

JK Dobbins out for the year

These guys are all young and in their prime.  Even the ones that stay healthy fall apart after a handful of years (unless you are a freak like Adrian Peterson). 

 

At least in Kamara's case, he was a 3rd round pick.  Outstanding value can be found in Rd 3 at RB.

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4 minutes ago, JoJoTownsell1 said:

This is why you don't draft RBs early.

CMC out for the year.

Henry out for the year.

Cook out for a while.

Kamara has missed 3 games.

Cam Akers out for year.

Travis Ettienne out for the year. 

JK Dobbins out for the year

These guys are all young and in their prime.  Even the ones that stay healthy fall apart after a handful of years (unless you are a freak like Adrian Peterson). 

or Curtis Martin. LOL

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2 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

 

At least in Kamara's case, he was a 3rd round pick.  Outstanding value can be found in Rd 3 at RB.

100pct. It's important to have good RBs, but the niners look great with Elijah Mitchel who was taken in the 6th and we hit on Michael Carter in the 4th. And the Bucs were able to scoop up Fournette off the scrap heap after the Jags spent way too much draft capital on him. 

 

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17 minutes ago, KRL said:

As great as McCaffrey is he's just not durable.  That contract is going to screw CAR in the long run.

So its not crazy that the Jets could end up with 4 picks in the top 50

Yep. 

 

Dude can't stay healthy. This is just another reason why you have to be very careful about giving running backs huge contracts. Not only is it perhaps the easiest position to replace on the field, but it's so hard for a workhorse back to have a long, durable career. 

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17 minutes ago, JoJoTownsell1 said:

This is why you don't draft RBs early.

CMC out for the year.

Henry out for the year.

Cook out for a while.

Kamara has missed 3 games.

Cam Akers out for year.

Travis Ettienne out for the year. 

JK Dobbins out for the year

These guys are all young and in their prime.  Even the ones that stay healthy fall apart after a handful of years (unless you are a freak like Adrian Peterson). 

The giants have a decision. Pay Barkley or let him walk. For the same reason I don't see opening up the check book for this position. 

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40 minutes ago, SR24 said:

Their 2nd rounder is gonna be early 

NFL Draft order 2022

Here's how the 2022 NFL Draft order stands after NFL Week 12 games:

(Last updated before the Week 12 "Monday Night Football" matchup between the Seahawks and Washington.)

Pick Team Record
1 Detroit Lions 0-10-1
2 Houston Texans 2-9
3 Jacksonville Jaguars 2-9
4 New York Jets 3-8
5 New York Jets (via SEA) 3-7
6 New York Giants 4-7
7 New York Giants (via CHI) 4-7
8 Washington Football Team 4-6
9 Philadelphia Eagles 5-7
10 Philadelphia Eagles (via MIA) 5-7
11 Carolina Panthers 5-7
12 Atlanta Falcons 5-6
13 New Orleans Saints 5-6
14 Philadelphia Eagles (via IND) 6-6
15 Cleveland Browns 6-6
16 Pittsburgh Steelers 5-5-1
17 Denver Broncos 6-5
18 Las Vegas Raiders 6-5

Notes: 

— The Eagles currently hold the No. 10 overall selection, traded to them from the Dolphins as part of a predraft deal. 

— The Giants currently hold the Bears' first-round pick, which was sent as part of an in-draft trade Chicago made to select quarterback Justin Fields in 2021.

— The Dolphins currently hold the 49ers' first-round pick as part of a predraft trade. San Francisco selected quarterback Trey Lance at No. 3 overall. 

— The Jets currently hold the Seahawks' first-round pick as part of the Jamal Adams trade in 2020.

— The Eagles currently hold the Colts' first-round pick as part of the Carson Wentz trade. (In order for the pick to turn into a first-rounder, Wentz must play ≥75 percent of snaps this year OR Wentz plays ≥70 percent of snaps and Indianapolis makes the playoffs.)

— Pick Nos. 19 through 32 are held by teams currently in the NFL playoff picture.

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9 minutes ago, jj71787 said:

The giants have a decision. Pay Barkley or let him walk. For the same reason I don't see opening up the check book for this position. 

Since I expect Gettleman to be gone, you can be sure Barkley will follow. Maybe they let him play on the franchise tag, but no way a new GM will want to invest a large chunk of their cap on a RB, let alone, an injury prone RB. 

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51 minutes ago, JoJoTownsell1 said:

This is why you don't draft RBs early.

CMC out for the year.

Henry out for the year.

Cook out for a while.

Kamara has missed 3 games.

Cam Akers out for year.

Travis Ettienne out for the year. 

JK Dobbins out for the year

These guys are all young and in their prime.  Even the ones that stay healthy fall apart after a handful of years (unless you are a freak like Adrian Peterson). 

I can draft us 2 late round/UDFA backs a year who will deliver lights out. Never have to worry about the position again.

JD - holla homie

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It's wild to think in the 1990s and earlier halfbacks were big playmakers with seemingly fewer injuries. Now the game is pass heavy and the top running backs are knocked out with injuries before the playoffs all the time. Defenses got faster and now those elusive running backs aren't so elusive. This is why the team shouldn't pluck out a RB early in the draft and continue to run the ball with a committee. 

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1 hour ago, docdhc said:

That’s why investing so much in running backs is a losing proposition. Most of these big second contracts don’t pay off. 

Thats true. Interestingly Polian thinks that more teams should draft RBs in Round 1 because even if you only get 4 years and option year it has a tremendous impact on winning and no long term cap difficulties.

Not having MC1 yesterday was even noticeable for the Jets.

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20 minutes ago, johnnysd said:

Thats true. Interestingly Polian thinks that more teams should draft RBs in Round 1 because even if you only get 4 years and option year it has a tremendous impact on winning and no long term cap difficulties.

Not having MC1 yesterday was even noticeable for the Jets.

I can kind of get that mentality late in the 1st round, but you'd better be damn sure that the RB you're taking is going to end up elite.  Otherwise you're burning a 1st on a RB who is good, at best, AND only available to you cheaply for 4 years, with an expensive 5th year option.

Ideally, you should  be using late 1st round picks on guys you'll WANT to give a 2nd contract to.  Guys like, say, a Nick Mangold type, who can give you return on investment for a decade.  

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1 hour ago, 32EBoozer said:

NFL Draft order 2022

Here's how the 2022 NFL Draft order stands after NFL Week 12 games:

(Last updated before the Week 12 "Monday Night Football" matchup between the Seahawks and Washington.)

Pick Team Record
1 Detroit Lions 0-10-1
2 Houston Texans 2-9
3 Jacksonville Jaguars 2-9
4 New York Jets 3-8
5 New York Jets (via SEA) 3-7
6 New York Giants 4-7
7 New York Giants (via CHI) 4-7
8 Washington Football Team 4-6
9 Philadelphia Eagles 5-7
10 Philadelphia Eagles (via MIA) 5-7
11 Carolina Panthers 5-7
12 Atlanta Falcons 5-6
13 New Orleans Saints 5-6
14 Philadelphia Eagles (via IND) 6-6
15 Cleveland Browns 6-6
16 Pittsburgh Steelers 5-5-1
17 Denver Broncos 6-5
18 Las Vegas Raiders 6-5

Notes: 

— The Eagles currently hold the No. 10 overall selection, traded to them from the Dolphins as part of a predraft deal. 

— The Giants currently hold the Bears' first-round pick, which was sent as part of an in-draft trade Chicago made to select quarterback Justin Fields in 2021.

— The Dolphins currently hold the 49ers' first-round pick as part of a predraft trade. San Francisco selected quarterback Trey Lance at No. 3 overall. 

— The Jets currently hold the Seahawks' first-round pick as part of the Jamal Adams trade in 2020.

— The Eagles currently hold the Colts' first-round pick as part of the Carson Wentz trade. (In order for the pick to turn into a first-rounder, Wentz must play ≥75 percent of snaps this year OR Wentz plays ≥70 percent of snaps and Indianapolis makes the playoffs.)

— Pick Nos. 19 through 32 are held by teams currently in the NFL playoff picture.

3 of their last 5 are tough matchups too. They’ve got the Bills and the Bucs twice so hopefully they lose out 

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