In consecutive offseasons he has traded picks for the most important positions on each side of the ball. Buckner and the 3T “drives” this defensive scheme and they elevated again last season with him wrecking havoc on the interior. Quarterback has been an unsure, unsecured position since #12 retired. He didn’t dabble in free agency for those. He found players of high value and traded picks for them instead of drafting and developing. He’s been methodical in free agency and conservative with cash which will pay big dividends going forward. He’s been successful in the draft, which is where he puts his chips and his mouth on (huge hauls in 2018 and 2020). Another successful draft this year would stack this roster and make us very competitive. Why should we be angry?
I saw ever game as well.
I mean stats aren’t everything like I said with the separation stat if it’s at the point of the catch a slow ball can make separation look worse than it actually was because it’s giving the CB time to recover.
what’s considered a bad throw for their percentage? If he’s on target but it’s late to the WR and the CB breaks it up how does that show in the stat of on target.
But I don’t think either of us will change eachothers mind because I think we have had this conversation and it’s all in the past anyways.