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Old 12-05-2019, 09:27 AM   #451
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Hopefully they'll be some good TEs in free agency available that they will hopefully target. This is a position that seems to fading away though, because the college game is not using them...much like fullbacks.
There is actually a decent amount in Free Agency but TE has become a competitive position with a lot of turnover between injuries, finding competent play, scheme fit, etc. Tight end play has become a need in order to field a working offense.

My guy is Eric Ebron, he would be my #1 free agent target in the free agency. He has a balance game in blocking and catching. He comes from the Colts who feature TE in a passing game, but ALSO have to block because there are one of the best running teams in the league. He is in his prime as well. I would give him a solid deal 4 year deal. Also Im def drafting a TE in that 3rd-4th round range.

Id let Sprinkle come into camp to compete with the 3rd TE position, but he is a jag and would hope we could find another young guy to take that 3rd TE position.
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Old 12-05-2019, 09:28 AM   #452
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If the skins pick at 4 or 5 , and Jerry Jeudy is available you have to consider him
To be honest...I think he is overrated, I like Ruggs and the kid from Oklahoma over him. But the best WR in college plays for LSU.
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Old 12-05-2019, 10:31 AM   #453
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There is actually a decent amount in Free Agency but TE has become a competitive position with a lot of turnover between injuries, finding competent play, scheme fit, etc. Tight end play has become a need in order to field a working offense.

My guy is Eric Ebron, he would be my #1 free agent target in the free agency. He has a balance game in blocking and catching. He comes from the Colts who feature TE in a passing game, but ALSO have to block because there are one of the best running teams in the league. He is in his prime as well. I would give him a solid deal 4 year deal. Also Im def drafting a TE in that 3rd-4th round range.

Id let Sprinkle come into camp to compete with the 3rd TE position, but he is a jag and would hope we could find another young guy to take that 3rd TE position.
Would love to have Ebron! Saw him play a lot with the Tarheels, and he was great there...not sure what happened to him while with the Lions, but he has shown his worth with the Colts again, especially when Luck was throwing to him. I'd be surprised if the Colts let him get away.
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If Chase Young or Andrew Thomas are available at our pick, you run to the podium with a smile on your face.

If not, try to trade down.

That's my strategy.
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Old 12-06-2019, 07:40 PM   #455
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Would love to have Ebron! Saw him play a lot with the Tarheels, and he was great there...not sure what happened to him while with the Lions, but he has shown his worth with the Colts again, especially when Luck was throwing to him. I'd be surprised if the Colts let him get away.
The colts extended jack Doyle their other TE: https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/c...an-21-million/

They have officially moved on from ebron, he will hit the market
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If the skins pick at 4 or 5 , and Jerry Jeudy is available you have to consider him
I will throw up if they take him or any wr with the first rounder. We have got to get an o-linemen or a complete TE. Besides I don't think he's any better than McLaurin and he went in the 3rd.

I always believe that wr's can be found and developed in the mid rounds.
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I agree. The Redskins have a very bad l
history of drafting WR in the first round. We need to continue drafting for the trenches -either with phenom Chase Young at Edge (depending on whether Nat Orchard keeps kicking butt) or OT Thomas. Then draft with whatever we can get in a trade for Trent Williams (probably a Second round now due to BAís stupidity). Bringing a first and Second round OT to camp next year will really solidify the OL for years to come. Drafting for OT helps fix Trentís departure and letís us replace Moses -who is playing poorly and killing the offense with all his holding penalties. New OL blood protects Haskins and keeps our running game very solid.

Use our newly created cap space by the trading or cutting of Reed, Davis, Moses, Richardson, TW and Norman to get the best TE FA in the NFL. Pick a third or fourth TE in the draft.


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To be honest...I think he is overrated, I like Ruggs and the kid from Oklahoma over him. But the best WR in college plays for LSU.
I am probably the biggest LSU fan here, and Justin Jefferson is nicew and if he was there in the 2nd provided we had a 2nd I would be all over him but Jeudy is on another level. I like Ruggs too, but with me he could be Tyreek Hill or John Ross III. I love Jeudy's game
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Looks like Ohio State's offense doesn't miss the half dozen guys drafted last year. They made Wisconsin look like a High School team in the 2nd half last night. How you could honestly assess a QB playing for those guys is beyond me. Fields has 37 TDs against only one interception and he is only a sophomore. They guy is surrounded by talent up the wazoo.
Wisconsin is sooooo one dimensional. Once you stop Taylor they are basically a HS team.
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Old 12-08-2019, 09:25 AM   #460
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I agree with this, Allenís contract could be coming up soon to. I would sign Thompson to an affordable contract, if he agrees due to his missed time. Guice, Love, Thompson next year sounds really good.
I would rather eat a pound of dog food than offer Thompson anything.
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Old 12-08-2019, 09:29 AM   #461
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I would rather eat a pound of dog food than offer Thompson anything.
Move on from the guys who are always injured already, you know, like a real NFL team would.

I am hot and cold on Loverro, but he is correct in that this isn't a real NFL franchise.

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Old 12-09-2019, 02:32 AM   #462
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We donít need Thompson anymore and heís too injury-prone. Whenever heís in, the defense knows weíre going to pass. The play-calling is incredibly predictable now, without other hints like bringing in Thompson. Today he whiffed in a pass rusher who then sacked Haskins.

We need to trade or dump almost every veteran on this team. Time to allow the new HC the chance to bring in his own FA, and build a winning culture. We have too many injury-prone players. Dump them all. Thatís how the Patriotís do it.




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The million dollar of the 2020 draft is whether we get an outstanding OT, like Thomas, or an outside chance at Young or going for QB and then have a QB competition next training camp. At this point I could see Haskins being good next year. But if we take the chance and draft Tua we are betting that he could turn into a great QB for a decade. Tc r and


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As much as I am not impressed with Haskins so far I believe he needs to spend an off season working on fundamentals with a QB coach before you can honestly assess his long term viability. Some consistent good techniques should improve his accuracy. I would not use a high pick on a QB, especially Tua. I would be concerned about the injury he sustained for someone his age. Could be some genetic condition contributed to it.
And also unless i am mistaken, they won't know until well into Tua's recovery whether or not he will suffer the same condition that Bo Jackson developed that led to his NFL retirement. I am referring to Avascular Necrosis. Will make it tough for NFL teams to decide whether or not to gamble a high pick. Is there anything in the draft rules that would give something back to the team that drafted Tua if he ends up not being able to play at all?
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As much as I am not impressed with Haskins so far I believe he needs to spend an off season working on fundamentals with a QB coach before you can honestly assess his long term viability. Some consistent good techniques should improve his accuracy. I would not use a high pick on a QB, especially Tua. I would be concerned about the injury he sustained for someone his age. Could be some genetic condition contributed to it.
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