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Old 11-19-2019, 12:44 AM   #31
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Re: QB or BPA for our #1 Draft Pick - 2020

Well, if Bruce is still here, it will probably be the highest drafted Kicker or Punter ever.
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Old 11-19-2019, 01:13 AM   #32
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I'd rather trade down and go BPA.
I agree they need help almost everywhere and they do not have a 2nd round pick.... or much cap space
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Old 11-19-2019, 02:16 AM   #33
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It is tempting to trade down to get more picks but getting a superstar can ignite a team for its offense or defense. Who does the Redskin have that is a game changer? Super stud? McLaurin. If someone can get him the ball.

On defense we have no true outstanding players. Chase Young could be such a beast. He could turn the DL into something special and magnify the play of Allen, Sweat, etc. Having a guy like him could bring fans back.


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Old 11-19-2019, 02:23 AM   #34
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Cap space will come by dumping all the overpaid vets who are tanking now OR always hurt. Moses, Norman, Richardson, Reed, Davis, McCoy, etc. Time for a youth movement and some new FA hired by a new HC.


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Canít go wrong with Thomas or Young


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Alex Smith is a bad ass sum' bitch and I respect the hell out of him. That being said, I don't want him to come back. He has had a great career and has made plenty of money. A healthy leg for the next 40 years is worth way more than any more millions of dollars he can make. I would like for him to be a coach here one day.
I dont think he cares about $, I think he cares more about his legacy as the #1 pick and to prove he was worth that selection
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Old 11-19-2019, 09:14 AM   #37
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One great player is not going to turn things around. How much impact did Sherff have?
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Old 11-19-2019, 09:23 AM   #38
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I dont think he cares about $, I think he cares more about his legacy as the #1 pick and to prove he was worth that selection
That ship sailed a long time ago, right around Aaron Rodgers ascension to being a top flight HOF quarterback
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Old 11-19-2019, 09:38 AM   #39
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I dont think he cares about $, I think he cares more about his legacy as the #1 pick and to prove he was worth that selection
I think with his contract we are essentially stuck with Alex next year, so the Skins and Alex must make sure tho he can only play if 100% healthy and he must understand he is the back up/mentor to Haskins.

This is why Eric Bieniemy intrigues me as a HC prospect...Him and Alex are a "system match" to surround Haskins. You could keep O'Connell as OC and grab the best DC on the market.
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One great player is not going to turn things around. How much impact did Sherff have?
I think 1 great pass rusher can significantly change a defense.
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I think with his contract we are essentially stuck with Alex next year, so the Skins and Alex must make sure tho he can only play if 100% healthy and he must understand he is the back up/mentor to Haskins.

This is why Eric Bieniemy intrigues me as a HC prospect...Him and Alex are a "system match" to surround Haskins. You could keep O'Connell as OC and grab the best DC on the market.
I'm not sold that Callahan won't be the HC next yr
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One great player is not going to turn things around. How much impact did Sherff have?
It is debatable whether Scherff was a good pick and certainly hasn't lived up to where he was drafted (which is not his fault) But a Nick Bosa or Von Miller type edge rusher can define a defence...... or an elite LT that the QB has faith will keep his blindside clean can help the offence go.

After watching the first half Sunday a centre who can snap the ball higher than 6 inches would very useful aswell
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I'm not sold that Callahan won't be the HC next yr
Seriously don't fucking say this
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I'm not sold that Callahan won't be the HC next yr

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Seriously don't fucking say this
No kidding, that isn't even funny.
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It is debatable whether Scherff was a good pick and certainly hasn't lived up to where he was drafted (which is not his fault) But a Nick Bosa or Von Miller type edge rusher can define a defence...... or an elite LT that the QB has faith will keep his blindside clean can help the offence go.

After watching the first half Sunday a centre who can snap the ball higher than 6 inches would very useful aswell
I judge the Scherff pick against what Leonard Williams has done. I would rather have Scherff. However, I never want to draft an interior O lineman in the top 10 ever again.
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And if you look at the top 15 picks of the first round vs 16-32 .... you are much more likely to land an elite player picking in the top 5 or 10 (obviously).

I do not want us trading out of the top 10 ... this team hasnt proven it can find quality 2nd or 3rd rounders and its harder to screw up a top 5 or top 10 pick.
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