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  1. Trade a conditional 2nd rounder for Darnold (start with 3rd and becomes 2nd once he becomes starter and starts for 8 games or something like that) and get it over with as soon as the Jets pick a QB. 1st rounder for Darnold, the Jets are not going to get that with any team. Since our 2nd rounder is later, I would be fine to give them our 2nd rounder straight up, now that I think about it. Stafford, while he might be the best fit for the next few years, will not come easy. The Lions, if they play hard ball and ask for our first rounder and a future 2nd rounder, would you be fine wit
  2. With all due respect, you need Lamar to improve his reads. It can't be that Marquise Brown, Willie Snead AND Miles Boykin are all bums that cannot be taught to do a few things. Lamar still zeroes in on Mark Andrews too much. I understand he trusts him but if he spread it around by looking at more than 2 reads to throw, he will be a better QB, IMO. They need to work on him reading Ds and throwing with anticipation. You can have all the WRs you want but if your QB runs to run instead of runs to throw, the end product is what you see against good Ds in the playoffs.
  3. It is possible. I think from the Colts point of view, moving Braden Smith to left tackle opens up the draft for us, IMO. Also, from a cap space point of view, the Steelers are way up against the cap. I would try to get Alejandro Villaneuva from them if I could for a couple of years. If Big Ben retires, he might be open to moving.
  4. QB, OT, DE, WR - getting any single one of them in free agency should open up the draft for us. The only issue is QB will cost draft capital, the rest probably won't.
  5. I truly believe his play can be overcome with a slightly lesser LB than replacing Buckner, IMO, so if I am a GM, I would not give up a 1st for that. With good DL play, I can embellish a good LB to be a very good LB. However, with bad DL play, even a very good LB can end up being just good. If someone is offering a 1st rounder for Darius Leonard, I would grab it before they change their mind, IMO. Even one of the best, Ray Lewis, when he did not have Haloti Ngata and/or good DL play, could only do so much.
  6. You don't see a 5'10" WR drop like Marquise Brown?? Calvin Ridley went No.26, if I remember right. I think this is definitely possible. Waddle only played in four games during the 2020 season as he suffered a fractured right ankle that resulted in surgery (Oct. 2020) to repair. Calvin Ridley on nfl.com - https://www.nfl.com/draft/tracker/prospects/allPositions?college=allColleges&page=1&status=ALL&year=2018 If Waddle was sitting there at No.21, would you draft him?
  7. My hunch is that GM is going to ask for a 1st and a 3rd at least. If it is a future 3rd, I am OK with it.
  8. Falcons should send Matt Ryan, Julio Jones and 2 1st rounders to Texans for Watson. If Dimitroff was there, he would do it with some restructuring in there.
  9. Does this look any better w.r.t availability and probability? I am not sure. It is such a long long way from the draft. Round 1 - Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama Round 2 - Joe Tryon, EDGE, Washington Round 3 - Dillon Radunz, OT, North Dakota State Round 4 - Pete Werner, LB, Ohio State Round 5 - Noah Gray, TE, Duke Round 6 - Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse Round 7 - Kyree Campbell, DT, Florida
  10. Hey, just had a little time on my hand, here is the mock I did, some of the guys I did wonder if they'd be there where I picked. Round 1 Pick 21: Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota State Round 2 Pick 54: Christian Darrisaw, OT, Virginia Tech Round 3 Pick 84: Joe Tryon, EDGE, Washington Round 4 Pick 124: Nico Collins, WR, Michigan Round 5 Pick 162: Matt Bushman, TE, BYU Round 6 Pick 200: Divine Deablo, S, Virginia Tech Round 7 Pick 243: Lorenzo Neal Jr., DL, Purdue
  11. I would not characterize his runs as failures. That is a bit harsh, IMO. As DC of Ravens, went to 2011 AFCCG, and as HC of Colts, went to playoffs in all of his first 3 years with an AFCCG appearance in 2014. The Bears D, when it had its pieces intact without injuries, did real well with him. He has not knocked it out of the park but he has been a good coach but the issue was, he hired bad supporting staff and as HC, did not coach the D like he did with the Ravens and Bears, thus the D took steps backwards under him. Eberflus on the other hand has done better statistica
  12. You won't get a first for Leonard, IMO. But this was just chosen as an example, maybe a bad one.
  13. Of course, we would take a 1st rounder for Darius Leonard if someone offered it, that is what fans are sometimes, dreamers!!! Some get to the center to be realistic, others remain fanatics!!!
  14. Lions fans expecting two first rounders for Stafford are going to be sorely disappointed. I can see a first rounder and a future 3rd given up for him but two first rounders, not a chance, for a 34 year old QB.
  15. OK, if the Eagles said, like the Osweiler deal the Texans made with the Browns and said, I will give you a current 2nd and future 3rd if you take Wentz and his entire contract, would you do it? I would definitely think about it, personally in that scenario.
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