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  1. Those teams identity is not strong OL's that let them pound the rock in the run game. Ravens run the ball a lot but they do it with their QB. The rest of those teams sling the ball, especially the Chiefs and Packers.
  2. Without a good LT than OL isn't a strength. Maybe we can sign a rental off of free agency or something. But I would argue fixing the LT problem is priority #1 over the QB issue.
  3. I would prioritize LT over QB right now. This team's identity is good OL and we should prioritize that identity.
  4. We could try to sign him when free agency rolls around but I don't feel confident he wants to play a full season.
  5. With this development, I would just kick the can down the road by getting Rivers again or something. The entire Colts identity right now is good OL. Taking Castanzo away robs us of that identity unless we find a very good replacement.
  6. Left tackle now has to be priority #1.
  7. Yeah I think he could fall to us. He strikes me as the sort of boom or bust pick of the draft.
  8. So does this mean he's going for a 2nd interview tomorrow? Because putting the pieces together that's what it sounds like. Other than being near the top of the draft, is there any reason to believe that the Lions want to be rid of Stafford? Seems to me that it would make more sense to not risk getting a rookie QB when you have one on hand. Yes trading him could give you draft ammunition but every rookie QB is a risk.
  9. Watson, Rodgers, and Lawrence arn't happening. Watson wouldn't be traded in the division. The Pack are extremely unlikely to trade Rodgers after he just had an MVP caliber year, the Jags are going to draft Lawrence at #1 overall and that's just it.
  10. Thing is people don't realize is that there are rules as to how the cap hit is doled out. The team trading the player away has to take the cap hit for all of the remaining signing bonus not pro-rated. They also have to take the hit if there is a roster bonus that is past the date it's suppose to be paid on. Anything else is the responsibility of the team receiving the player. So by my calculations this would be the cap hit for the team receiving Wentz 2021: 25.4 Million Fully guaranteed 2022: 22 Million Kind of guaranteed (There are ce
  11. Rank them in order of what you would like to see. Be realistic though. . . Also consider what might have to be given up to get to that point. 1. Re-sign Rivers and Draft Trey Lance as QB of future - This makes the most sense to me. Give Lance a year and a mentor while Rivers keeps us in the hunt. Lance is mobile 2. Matt Stafford - I would almost consider this 1B. Stafford could give us probably 5 years without too much worry about decline. His contract is reasonable, I would consider him an improvement on Rivers because he has a lot more arm strength.
  12. Coaching trades happen but are pretty rare. I doubt Reich is going anywhere.
  13. It's possible he doesn't consider it a right fit. But I agree, this doesn't necessarily mean he just wants to stay in his current job. . . But more likely he's looking to take that promotion into a job in which he feels he has a realistic chance of success.
  14. Generally speaking if a team trades a player like Stafford they allow him some leeway to pick who his is traded to.
  15. Derrick Henry's tweet about who should win Fex Ex Ground player of Week 17. To be fair Henry has won it 5 times this season.
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