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  1. JJ Watt looks like he needs a change of scenery. That would be fun!
  2. I think there's a real chance we get Carson Wentz. This is me doing zero research and shooting from the hip... 1. Eagles drafted Jalen Hurts in Rd 2. 2. Reich knows Wentz, a big deal. 3. We're a ready to win now team. 4. Wentz is 27 with massive potential, his best year was with Frank as I recall. 5. It will cost a #1, I'd pay it for a 10 yr QB. 6. Drop the two we have and we have the cap space to sign him plus our own. It has potential.
  3. That's a lot of work, I'm always appreciative of the people here that put that kind of effort into the forum. So thank you. I just wrote a post on a different topic that touches on this a little bit. I'm not sure what to make of the receiver carousel but typically receiver production is a by-product of the QB. Rivers has a lot to do with it as it relates to schemes etc. We're way to shotgun dependent (75%) which takes play action out of the equation which we're built for. To me, that's because Rivers like to read the defense but it also works in reverse and makes routes and pa
  4. Exactly right, play action from under center also lends itself to taking the big shots. We're way too shotgun heavy for a team that wants to lean on the run game and set up play action. That's part of the reason we're not getting the deep ball as much as we like. Some people think that we need faster receivers, that's not the issue. It's two fold, it's what Rivers wants (shotgun) so we cater to it because he's the qb and he's so slow afoot by the time he hits his drop in play action the short route windows have already expired, meaning crossers and slants have entered the coverage zone, too
  5. You just never know it's week to week, 4-2 to me, is right where I would've expected us to be right now. Yes, we can beat everyone in our division but only of we execute A LOT better.
  6. I'm not sure I subscribe to all that, NFL is a brutally tough league, everyone can play. If we come out of week 6 at 4-2 I still contend we are on schedule. Let's hope!
  7. I said it's not a must win but a gateway game meaning, it setting the stage for the next several games. It allows for breathing room, where a loss puts you at 3-3 and then the season starts to become a real grind.
  8. There's such a big difference between 4-2 and 3-3. This has likely been the easiest part of our schedule. One win in this case is a huge difference for the team, I would consider 4-2 on schedule and ironically I would consider 3-3 well behind due to the balance of the schedule and an undefeated Titans team. I hat to call this game a must win, so I won't but it is a gateway game.
  9. I like to see more of this guy, that's an interesting highlight package.
  10. Meh, I regret posting this...mods feel free to delete.
  11. I'm not putting way too much stock in a few highlights, that's what the OP was about. I appreciate your in depth knowledge of Blackmon's college career, I'm just not sure I care about what he did at Utah. I don't mean that to sound as snarky as it does, how he's coached and plays here is what matters to me. The second highlight, shows his vertical ability, so we know he can get vertical and I do expect him to make mistakes at safety as a rookie. It's a so far so good story for me. It seems like you always had a scheme defense for Hooker and that's fine, I'm willing to concede the point if
  12. Clark is terrible, having him start at LT is terrifying. Thrilled to be wrong.
  13. Losing AC and DL are massive for us, not sure I like us in Cleveland this week, want to be wrong.
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