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Old 03-20-2014, 04:24 PM   #556
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Why would they kick the ball off from the 40? So stupid. Just put the ball on the 20 and eliminate kickoffs all together. That one really makes no sense what so ever.

Also pass interference needs to be a 15 yard penalty, like college. The spot foul just makes it like a video game. The NFL can learn a lot from college.

The games are already too long. If they allow coaches to basically challenge everything then the games will be 5 hours long.
I personally think they need to look at intensifying the penalty for offensive pass interference since defensive pass interference is a spot foul and can completely change field position. I'd like to see it be a loss of down at the least as well as a 15 yard penalty. That or make defensive pass interference be like it is in college.
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Why would they kick the ball off from the 40? So stupid. Just put the ball on the 20 and eliminate kickoffs all together. That one really makes no sense what so ever.

Also pass interference needs to be a 15 yard penalty, like college. The spot foul just makes it like a video game. The NFL can learn a lot from college.

The games are already too long. If they allow coaches to basically challenge everything then the games will be 5 hours long.
Right, because they are giving the coaches more challenges to use with the reviewable plays right?
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Old 03-20-2014, 08:38 PM   #558
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Right, because they are giving the coaches more challenges to use with the reviewable plays right?
No sarcasm there......
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Why would they kick the ball off from the 40? So stupid. Just put the ball on the 20 and eliminate kickoffs all together. That one really makes no sense what so ever.

Also pass interference needs to be a 15 yard penalty, like college. The spot foul just makes it like a video game. The NFL can learn a lot from college.

The games are already too long. If they allow coaches to basically challenge everything then the games will be 5 hours long.
I disagree with your second paragraph; a 15 yard defensive PI penalty is a bad idea. One example why: Garcon is 50 yards out, running a deep route. Brandon Carr is trying futilely to cover, but is too far behind to play the ball. So he dives at Garcon and tackles him before Garcon has a chance to haul in the pass. Carr, in this hypothetical situation, would be doing the right thing for his team, since the 15 yard defensive PI penalty would be better than the 50 yard completion. Whereas how defensive PI is penalized now, that wouldn't happen, since the ball is placed where the infraction happens.
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I disagree with your second paragraph; a 15 yard defensive PI penalty is a bad idea. One example why: Garcon is 50 yards out, running a deep route. Brandon Carr is trying futilely to cover, but is too far behind to play the ball. So he dives at Garcon and tackles him before Garcon has a chance to haul in the pass. Carr, in this hypothetical situation, would be doing the right thing for his team, since the 15 yard defensive PI penalty would be better than the 50 yard completion. Whereas how defensive PI is penalized now, that wouldn't happen, since the ball is placed where the infraction happens.
While i agree with the spot foul on PI, i really hate when its 3 and 30 and a 2 yard deep def holding can give a first down.
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Although he had an atrocious year last year and has never been elite, overall Schaub has been a very capable starting QB, with a career QBR of 89.8. I think Oakland is getting a steal.

As for Cleveland, I won't cry if they finish last in total offense.
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Oakland seems to be building up for a run in 2014, which would make little sense in the NFC. In the AFC, it might work.
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Although he had an atrocious year last year and has never been elite, overall Schaub has been a very capable starting QB, with a career QBR of 89.8. I think Oakland is getting a steal.


Considering KC gave up two 2nd rounders for shitty Alex Smith, and yet the Raiders got Schaub for a late round pick? Hell of a steal.
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Any team giving Philly more than a late round draft pick is insane. He's got a pretty big contract, I think it's 10M this yr and he's inconsistent as f*ck. He'll disappear for entire games. Sure he's a big play threat but that's about it. I know he was productive last year but.....he's got an attitude problem, which is probably why Philly is shopping him, and he constantly makes comments about how he's unsatisfied with his contract. His MO on that is to quit, 2 yrs ago. Maybe makes sense for a team that has all the pieces in place and is looking for one more piece to put them over the hump but he's not a fit for a team looking for a #1, maybe even #2. Very glad the Skins do have the money to even think about him.
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Any team giving Philly more than a late round draft pick is insane. He's got a pretty big contract, I think it's 10M this yr and he's inconsistent as f*ck. He'll disappear for entire games. Sure he's a big play threat but that's about it. I know he was productive last year but.....he's got an attitude problem, which is probably why Philly is shopping him, and he constantly makes comments about how he's unsatisfied with his contract. His MO on that is to quit, 2 yrs ago. Maybe makes sense for a team that has all the pieces in place and is looking for one more piece to put them over the hump but he's not a fit for a team looking for a #1, maybe even #2. Very glad the Skins do have the money to even think about him.

It is alot of money, and he is a diva. However i think you are selling him short talent wise. Dont get me wrong i am a Desean Jackson hater, but the guy is a big time player that could put more than one team over the top as far as a serious championship contender imo.
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He would take Den, NE, SEA, and SF to another level, and carolina just flat out needs him because after they released smith they really don't have many options.

I think he ends ups in NYJ.
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He would take Den, NE, SEA, and SF to another level, and carolina just flat out needs him because after they released smith they really don't have many options.



I think he ends ups in NYJ.

Him and Vick. I could see that. He could take San Diego to another level too.
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