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Old 01-11-2021, 07:34 AM   #46
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Old 01-11-2021, 09:48 AM   #47
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Trade for Stafford and sign Golladay. I'd put us in the top 8 or so in pre-season power rankings asap, without any other moves/picks we made.

Stafford is my non-drafted dream scenario.

Watson would be above him, but that's just not realistic at this time imo.
I wouldn't go after Golladay unless we get rejected by the better options (like Robinson, Samuel etc.). For me Golladay has a habit of disappearing for stretches.

I'd be surprised if Robinson doesn't reach FA; the Bears have arguably a worse QB situation than us and if you're Robinson why would you not want to test FA and make your money while you can? Pus he'll want to go somewhere that he's not be the only standout receiver, and thus DT'd all the time. Put him opposite Scary and add a good slot (maybe Cam) and we get an instant upgrade in the passing attack, almost regardless of who is QB.

I'd also think Curtis Samuel reaches FA with the situation in Carolina. I'd also go with him over Golladay.

I'd add Corey Davis, Will Fuller and Chris Godwin to the list, but I'd be surprised if they reach FA (though maybe not Fuller given the new rumblings around Watson).

Maybe we should start a specific FA thread to go along with the draft thread?
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I wouldn't go after Golladay unless we get rejected by the better options (like Robinson, Samuel etc.). For me Golladay has a habit of disappearing for stretches.

I'd be surprised if Robinson doesn't reach FA; the Bears have arguably a worse QB situation than us and if you're Robinson why would you not want to test FA and make your money while you can? Pus he'll want to go somewhere that he's not be the only standout receiver, and thus DT'd all the time. Put him opposite Scary and add a good slot (maybe Cam) and we get an instant upgrade in the passing attack, almost regardless of who is QB.

I'd also think Curtis Samuel reaches FA with the situation in Carolina. I'd also go with him over Golladay.

I'd add Corey Davis, Will Fuller and Chris Godwin to the list, but I'd be surprised if they reach FA (though maybe not Fuller given the new rumblings around Watson).

Maybe we should start a specific FA thread to go along with the draft thread?
Sounds like we may have some good options for that WR2 spot.
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Old 01-11-2021, 10:16 AM   #49
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Old 01-11-2021, 02:21 PM   #50
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I'd love to make a run at this guy

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Yep, he's my #1 FA target.
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Old 01-11-2021, 03:14 PM   #52
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Robinson would be a huge acquisition.
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Terry, Allen, and Logan would be a sick WR/TE group.
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Old 01-11-2021, 03:17 PM   #54
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Acquiring Robinson would free us up to take Patrick Surtain in the 1st round. Surtain is the shut down corner that would really add to our defense.
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The Team has cut SDH

That didn't take long
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Old 01-11-2021, 05:54 PM   #56
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Acquiring Robinson would free us up to take Patrick Surtain in the 1st round. Surtain is the shut down corner that would really add to our defense.
Is that Jr?

It's embarrassing to reach that age where players you watched growing up now have sons that are in the league.
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The Team has cut SDH

That didn't take long
That seems odd to me. There's no pressing reason to release anyone at this point, two days after the season ended. Wonder what's up with that.
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Is that Jr?

It's embarrassing to reach that age where players you watched growing up now have sons that are in the league.
Lol.
That's exactly what I was thinking!
It is JR.
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It’s only right if Surtain goes to Miami
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Is that Jr?

It's embarrassing to reach that age where players you watched growing up now have sons that are in the league.
Is it worth mentioning there are probably some WFT fans around that remember Cooper Kupp's grandfather played for the team in '66 (year I was born!)?
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