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About Snagletooth

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  1. Lamp is my top pick. I think his value/talent falls right in that tier at 17. High floor safest pick we could make. Could rank among the best interior linemen in the league soon. Would solidify the unit and rival Dallas. I would love to see Trent's play with a top talent along side him.
  2. If McCaffrey is the rare 1000 yard rusher/receiver it would be well worth the 17th pick. He would need to average 12 to 15 carries at 5 yards per add another 5 or 6 catches.
  3. The argument is to not overpay Kirk. And do what? Overpay a FA at Safety, MLB, and DT instead? Just sit on the money cuz its not good to overpay?
  4. Does everyone prefer Cook over Foreman? Cook seems to be the more highly rated and most likely to fall to us of the top prospects. I'm warming up to Pepper too especially with Hooker declaring he could also be a steal.
  5. As a bit of a wildcard I would love Cam Robinson as our LG next year. Much more so than a RB as BPA at 17. If we are not forcing a defensive pick.
  6. Fairley may be a better scheme fit for the money than some of the NT types that may be available. Looks like he has missed a lot of games in his career but has been solid when healthy.
  7. We may need to target cap dollars towards matching up with the Dallas run game in future seasons. With that in mind who would be the best fit $/scheme/character assuming availability? Kawann Short Brandon Williams Bennie Logan Dontari Poe Sheldon Richardson None of the above stay out of the FA market...
  8. I haven't been re-watching games to verify, but it seems that the slant, seam, and post routs are nearly non existent. The fade outside of the consecutive shots at Doctson, the back shoulder fade too. Kirk was beginning to use it last season. Too many negative runs in the zone game, and seems that we run the outside zone to the short side of the field too much. I don't know maybe that is intended to set up Kirk with the play action off of it?
  9. He was hot, and then ice cold, with ball placement and accuracy, at times early in the season. Another concern put to rest in my eyes.
  10. I don't think the sack/fumbles were a result of Kirk being indecisive or losing poise. Looks more like a bit of a shift in philosophy/gameplan, some expectations that Kirk, and the passing offense, have developed enough to begin to push the ball down field with deeper more slow developing pass routes, and the return of D Jax. With no run game I would like to have seen us down shift and go with the quick passing game.