OffensivelyPC

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  1. That has a lot more to do with the fact that the best running backs often go to college when they are draft eligible, or 3 years. That being said, there is both a positive and negative associated with a college RBs workload and it depends on preference. Low miles = less injury risk, but low experience. High miles = More experienced, but higher injury risk. When it comes to the 1st round, and even 2nd round, you want a prototypical balance, but you'll often find that most guys with more carries are taken sooner because not only does experience matter, there is more film to better project his progression from college to the NFL.
  2. Let Frank Gore Walk

    If you can manage it, you sign him. He's not 26 any more, but he's playing well enough at this age, I'd keep him until he's no good, assuming he's not ready to retire. If he doesn't show well in camp cut him and eat the loss. I'd be ok with that.
  3. Sick of Gregg Doyel

    Hence the disclaimer, lol. It really is funny in a "your pathetic and angry" kind of way. But back in 2003 when I didn't know many black people (my high school had one black dude, who is now the pastor to the church I go to coincidentally), I wasnt as aware of people actually being that racist. It never made sense to me on the one hand, and on the other, I was an ignorant teenager/young adult.
  4. Sick of Gregg Doyel

    It was this guy the prank called - maybe a radio show or something - and he was a blatant racist/homophobe stereotypical redneck. It could have been scripted, but it's hard to tell...sounded real to me anyway. It was viral before "viral" was a thing. It's funny how much the guy gets worked up. They do censor explicit content, but even then,if laughing at a racist content (not laughing With racism, but at it) gets on your nerves, then ignore it. But here's a YouTube link.
  5. Sick of Gregg Doyel

    Unless they're hilarious. Did you ever hear any of the old Mr. Bergis prank phone calls? Good stuff.
  6. Sick of Gregg Doyel

    Well, if they feel that way, perhaps the best way to get a chance is by not dog ballin his job.
  7. Sick of Gregg Doyel

    I get that media outlets have to make money to survive. Unfortunately, to do that you have to appeal to the masses, and it seems the masses these days want their senses offended. Whether its politics, reporting gruesome criminal acts, sports, or whatever. Everyone understands sympathy or inflammatory content and it tugs at the most basic of instincts much easier than explaining how or why Luck is bad through the analysis of film or that Grigson is a terrible GM because of X, Y, and Z, etc. Emotions are easier than thinking it through. Don't believe me? Just look at your facebook feed.
  8. Who the coach is is always a factor. I take issue with it being the primary consideration. In other words, you don't bring in coaches based on what players he's worked with because they might lure a certain player. It might be possible, but you don't count on it (i.e. not the primary consideration). In the same vein, players might visit a team because of certain coaches, but if the pay isn't right, its not going to be a strong option, more often than not.
  9. McDaniels Contract?

    LOL so does the "o" key not work only when you are trying to type the word "not"?
  10. McDaniels Contract?

    Fair enough. Only reason I ask is last time someone asked about a coaches salary, it was in context of the salary cap. I was just hoping we weren't going down that road again LOL.
  11. I don't know what hiring a coach away from another team has to do with signing a FA, but Ansah would be on my list of signees if I could make it happen.
  12. McDaniels Contract?

    What does it matter?
  13. He won't hit the market. You don't let 16.5 sacks walk, but even if He did he's cost close to franchise like yearly average with half guaranteed. We shouldn't even have a sliver of hope he will be a Colt, but what hope there might be will cost us an arm and a leg. Forego the thought friend.
  14. They should tag him, I think it'd be a poor business decision not to. He had a ton of sacks this year, but its not like he was a beacon of consistency either. You don't want to let a premier pass rusher to hit the market, so tagging him is the most sensible option to get a sense of whether 2017 was a fluke or he really had a giant progression
  15. Oh goodness, that was hard enough when I was a college student, and I thought that knowing I was a stupid 21 year old.