The two decisions will be made independent of each other. While they are both called tight end, they do not play the same position.
Signing Doyle has nothing to do with keeping or not keeping Ebron. If we want to keep Ebron, we will. If we don’t, then we won’t. And I don’t know what the final decision will be?
I’m more curious about guys like AC and TYH. Those decisions are far more important.
Same. I'm not crowning him, but the kick he missed in the Seattle game was a 47 yarder, not exactly a gimme. And he made a 47 yarder to send the game into OT, so he's shown the ability to make a pressure kick.
Just have to let him show what he can do.
I would do away with divisions. I have said this for probably 10 years now. I would just take the 6 best teams from each conference and keep the same playoff seeding's we have now. I said that after the Chargers got HFA over us in 2008 being 8-8 and we were 12-4.
What makes you so sure Ebron even wants to come back? As for his qb, he wasn't exactly lighting it up his entire career with Stafford.... So it wasn't all JB. 18 Ebron was a fluke. Doyle will never get 13 TDs in a yr, but he also will never cry about getting the ball, proceed to drop all the added targets, and then shut himself down for the year so he can blame it on some injury, so there's that context also when choosing who gets a deal....