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chad72

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  1. He has never had good run game support, under the previous coach and under Arians, don’t see that improving much. Not to mention they’ve trotted out horrendous secondaries to support him as well.
  2. Perfect coach for him, no risk it no biscuit, so he risked it for few biscuits Peyton Manning and Jameis Winston #2 and #1 in all time season INTs all in offenses run by Bruce Arians.
  3. That was the very first thing I thought about, LOL
  4. Carr does everything JB does but does it better. His YPA and completion percentage improved to a career high and given how Frank loves to involve his TEs, Carr is a very good fit and age is on his side compared to Rivers, who I do not want to take a chance on.
  5. For Reich's system, yes, I absolutely think Carr or Herbert will be great fits. Give up the draft capital garnered and move up with certainty, that is the way to go for a rookie QB, I would not mind that a bit if we did that for Tua or Herbert.
  6. Yeah, we all knew that about Peyton/Eli and avoiding the NFC. Plus, when you have a gazillion threads about Brady and the Raiders, I have to repeat myself. I laid out all the Peyton reasons here in his free agency decision plus the reasons I felt Brady will not be in the AFC West. Btw, Peyton did not play the Colts in 2012, just 2013, 2014 and 2015. Here, I just quoted it from another thread:
  7. Having the luxury of a Mariota led Titans is no longer there. Titans and Texans are better at the QB position, IMO, and if the Texans improve on D after letting Crennel go, it is going to be more difficult to get the division from them.
  8. Ballard is not going to hitch his future wagon to more than 1 year of JB. 2 out of 3 years of missing the playoffs could quickly become 3 out of 4 years and the seat will start feeling hotter for Ballard, IMO. As far as 2020, yes, "maybe" JB could get us to the playoffs but one more year of missing the playoffs, everyone is second guessing with 20/20 hindsight - fans, media and ownership. The talent Ballard brings in to offset JB's limited ceiling better be real good to give him a margin for error, that is all I am saying. Unlike last year, this year, we play the AFC North and the NFC North. I don't know about you but we are playing good defensive teams in there. Last year, it was the AFC West and NFC South but then, we were more worried about the offensive side of our opponents than the defensive side. I think better defensive teams will pose more problems for our average offense than better offensive teams for our above average defense.
  9. Peyton did the same too, didn't want the NFC, didn't want to play against the Colts twice, so he chose his division wisely in free agency. If I am Brady, why would I leave the AFC West where I can possibly have a 5-1 or 6-0 record every year? That is half way to a bye week seed most years.
  10. Nah, Luck is too classy to do a diss track. He is enjoying his boat of a life, why rock it?
  11. Just saw this clip from 2017, never knew Jon Gruden to be prophetic: https://www.heartlandcollegesports.com/2017/04/18/jon-gruden-patrick-mahomes-top-quarterback-nfl-draft/
  12. Getting all Dolphins first round picks would be a start for the Bengals, I guess. Like I quoted above, his family has said he is not pulling an Eli. He will sign and play for the Bengals if he is drafted by them, no doubt in my mind.
  13. More wild card game seeds will win the SB since even a #2 seed will be playing in the wild card round
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