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throwing BBZ

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  1. Sorry but you left out Isaac Rochel. I believe he is a 1-2nd down DE with 3rd down UT expectations that Ballard brought in.
  2. Time of possession/run the ___ball! We are set up for success at that. It should be a cardiac season, lots of close games. If Wentz plays really good and we get some bounces we win 12. I wish to add that when Wentz was MVP material he was spreading the ball around at a very high level. I see him and Frank salivating because of all of our attack weapons. Hines, TY, and Campbell on the field together. Chuckle. Sounds good in May.
  3. 1A for me is Pascal. He has turned himself into a very valuable overall contributor. He has learned the offense/how to read and attack zones using some very good subtle moves. And his hands are very solid. 1B is Hines. Frank and Hines are a great team. Hines is almost unstoppable in the quick game. A great counter to our run game. Both are entering their Prime.
  4. He would be slower in space than Walker. That got Walker fired.
  5. You mean like when a DE has a run grade in the 60's, a rush grade about 70, and a overall grade for the day near 90? How? He picked up a fumble and ran it back for a touchdown. That is a huge flaw. How do you make a hiring decision when you know your grading dept. delivers you misguided ____ like this?
  6. It made our o-line look much better in pass blocking that Rivers got rid of the _____ ball. See Smith.
  7. I agree. They should have been able to check his MRI's, listened to him regarding how he feels, sat down and discussed it, agreed on a contract with incentives based on playing time, and let us know by now. Amateurs!!
  8. To have that type of grade they must think he has a high mental capacity.
  9. I love everything about this young man's commitment to get to this point. And his momma is heroic in her own right. In baseball terms, he is going to be a tough out! So glad he is OURS to root for!
  10. A 5 and a 7. Going in I had been hoping for maybe a 3-4 for TY and a 4-5 for Houston. This is a bit of a whiff for a dump year. lol
  11. Just finished listening to Coach speak of Sam now this. So sorry to hear of this tragic loss. Prayers for the family and friends
  12. FB players drafted in All rounds fill rosters, and make plays. I have confidence that CB has a great plan for evaluating all aspects of players, including character, physical, and intellectual capacity. You grind it out, set your board, and prepare for anything on draft day. He says he believes there are good football players available in every round. That said, he picked guys on his board that he believes were worth drafting, and not wanting to risk their availability as UDFA. So i give our draft an AAA. And like Always, judge it in 3 years. Hines was turning into a high qua
  13. CB will kick the tires on a lot of vets. The chance one of our DE's gets hurt before the start of the season is always there. Checking in with Kerrigan now might give you a slight advantage later if he waits to sign with someone. Otherwise, signing him now on the cheap with little guaranteed is the only way he makes sense.
  14. He said pre-draft we must force someone ahead of us to take our first 2 picks to move up and get our biggest need. CB did the opposite and him feeling hurt.
  15. The receivers were there, they were open, and he chose to ignore them to force the ball down field. When he did try to hit the short to mid-range passes we watched him throw Hundreds of balls Late, High, and to the Wrong shoulder. It was Pathetic how bad he was at the heart of the passing game, certainly for the first 3+ years. He stood in there like Superman, with many a pass rusher unable to pull him down, but many knocked him flat on his... back after he didn't throw to the receiver open right in front of him. And he said "nice hit"!!
  16. So two teams want him. One team offers the Bears a draft pick and one does not. Guess who gets him? Mod Edit:
  17. Very cool! Ehlinger had enough on that ball as a high schooler for the play to work in the NFL. And on the $$$. We saw so little of that type of play with such accuracy in Luck's 1st 3 years BTW.
  18. He is complaining about change in the NFL. We dumped some aging vets that got a number of team sacks but didn't get enough hits and hurries. Hopefully the comp picks for them help someday. It is possible that we will be a better overall pass rushing team THIS year. Let them Play!!! Are we not with better depth on the o-line? LT we will see. The RB room is as good or better. Same with the WR group. TE should be about the same. Rivers had a very solid year, but relied so heavily on quick releases. Walker gets lots of love here but i saw what was almost a free 6-8 yards
  19. Considering All of our needs, pre-draft, i know i Expected a Vet LT to be signed before training camp. There is no rush if they already have a plan. Your gross exaggeration/meltdown unites you with the Jaredites. Ballard and his coaches, probably their kids, know more about this than you.
  20. Perhaps Ballard would call that an I**** MOVE taking someone that grades 30 spots lower.
  21. His name is CAstonzo you ...! If I could snap my fingers and make it so, players wouldn't get hurt and the season might be ohh, 46 weeks long. This wait chaps my ...! I want it now.
  22. My board! Who we should have taken. By all means you can enjoy all aspects of NFL fandem however you choose. What I believe the truth is, if you sat atop the draft process and sat up your draft board and stuck to it, I doubt you mockers would very Rarely pick any of the players you say here. And #1 this is because of how little you actually know about the individuals. But by all means enjoy your fantasy. I know I try to!
  23. His 1st 3 years his PFF grade was in the low 20's. For cause. His was slow off the snap. Andrew most often escaped to his left going whichever direction AC wasn't being beaten. Thank goodness he fixed that in year 4. I recall him being 15 or 17 in year 4. He did get a little better after that and did grade 10th one year. He was decent his last few years, no doubt helped a lot because Nelson picked him up often to his inside.
  24. CASTONZO gave up 18.5 sacks his 1st 2 years, and 70+ sacks, hit, and hurries in year 3. He was very disappointing if that matters.
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