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  1. I'm surprised by the pick. Don't love it, dont hate it, definitely was not expecting it
  2. He got #1 right, then it just all went to heck.
  3. Ring of honor does not equal number retired
  4. Draft strategies, so planning beyond this upcoming season? Before these moves DT and QB were the top needs. For future planning we've addressed DT, so QB is the biggest need. For this upcoming season the biggest needs are WR, CB, and OL depth...and a back up QB
  5. I went with 8. He did a masterful job of easing Luck back in last year, and didn't let the team quit while Luck worked off the rust. This past season he made some amazing play calls, but having a QB that can't find wide open receivers made the calls look questionable. He's not without fault, and he isn't Bill Belicheck but I have lots of faith in the dude
  6. If those numbers are right, I really hope Ballard gets it done by Monday. The only issue I see with doing it so early is that we could be telegraphing our draft plans to the rest of the league.
  7. It means JB is not going to be the starting QB for the team moving forward. You're welcome
  8. I would guess 70% was a conservative estimate...even with risking suspension. Now that they won't be suspended for it, I would estimate close to 100% will be partaking in the marijuanas
  9. There is no way in Hades Jacoby Brissett will net a third round pick...
  10. Like most are saying, Dalton is better than JB but I would still pass. They occupy the same level at the mediocre tier. Dalton does not offer enough of an upgrade to warrant trading draft picks.
  11. If Brissett rolls in to the season as the unquestioned starter, without a realistic replacement plan in place(i.e. a 1st or 2nd round QB) it will be the first time in 17 years that I don't pay for Sunday Ticket, will also be the first time in about a decade that I will make no effort to see at least one game in person.
  12. Rivers is absolutely done...I'd rather have him than JB though.
  13. TLDR. If Jacoby can magically learn how to go through progressions and make proper reads, then yeah there's no question that he will be here long term. The reality of it is that he has not improved on that since college, which likely means that he will not learn it at all. Showing no signs of progress since high school does not give one hope for future progress.
  14. There was a recent thread that had his scouting report coming out of college. It was scary to see that it was basically what we see today. He has not improved on his weaknesses at all. Four years to improve something, anything, but he has not. He's still the same. You say that arguing he is who he is, is lazy but the shoe fits and there's a 4 years history to back that up
  15. I'm sure brissett would be disgruntled. But one thing about him that I'm sure no one would argue is he seems like an extremely high character dude, that would support the team and not cause a problem.
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