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About Morneblade

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  1. This. And do so in a fashion that drags him through ****. **** you, BA!!!!!
  2. I'm referring to Scot asking for that in 2015
  3. In before close! Also considering why I should follow such an inept team anymore.
  4. If that is the case, then everyone in the FO needs to be fired. Because this would mean every single one of them is incompetent. We didn't have to. We chose to. If we wanted' we could have had him for 20 million. Be the FO gambled, lost, and still is pinching pennies. They didn't even have to tag him. You have no clue, apparently.
  5. Then maybe the FO should put out a market value offer. It's all on them. Next year the market value will be closer to 30 million. Because we have idiots running the show.
  6. Or the contract that was offered in May had like 40 million in guarantees and the FO did nothing else. This is 100% on the FO. And they deserve everything they get, and more. We don't have either.
  7. RGIII. He's still young and he would be a home grown player!!!
  8. The actually go back and forth, they were a 4-3 3 years ago, played some 3-4 and were kind half and half this year. It seems to depend if they have a real NT or not. Personally I would ditch the 3-4 NOW. It's been a huge failure and it schematically has issues against the run. We are in a run heavy, physical conference. I went and looked on Murphy, and it"s hard to tell. I see him listed as both. Some areas had him as a DE, some a OLB, and some as OLB/DE. But for the sake of argument, let's say Murphy was a 3-4 OLB for at least his 5th year senior season, which seems to be the case. You have a point about certain guys being small, but 4-3 usually has a smaller, quicker DE on the weak side that is a pass rushing specialist. Andre Carter, for instance, was only 265 and was our weakside DE. The issue with converting DE's to OLB is coverage. Most have not done it before, and usually are not good at it. Kerrigan, Smith, Murphy are all a huge liability in coverage. And that is the problem with making DE's OLB's. And then there are times when they just are not real comfortable standing up, even as a rusher. This doesn't happen to everyone, but I have heard it be an issue for some players, and the adjustment never really seems to happen.
  9. How do you feel about the Receiving corps?

    It's worse than silly, it's downright stupid.
  10. Right. If they don't get it done this year, they are looking at 28.8 or 35 million. If they have issues pulling the trigger now, for 24-25, why on earth would they go higher? He had a top 5 QBR last year, broke records and you guys still are like,"nah, he's not good enough for that kind of money." But they shell out MORE next year? Yeah, right.
  11. That's because you ignore a lot of people. When people point out his QBR is top 5, you ignore it. You ignore everything that does not fit your narrative. So, basically you're not being honest. That, and the cost is not obscene. No, he'll be gone. Period.
  12. How do you feel about the Receiving corps?

    If Doctson is not up to speed, I'm good with that. Crowder might be a tougher matchup on bigger CB's with his quickness, assuming he can get past physical press coverage.
  13. What's ironic is is that when you look at the players, are are almost to a man, converted 4-3 players. Kerrigan: 4-3 End. Murphy 4-3 End. Allen, 4-3 DT. McClain 4-3 DT. McGee 4-3 DT Smith 4-3 End. I think Galette and Anderson might be the only guys playing their natural position. That is because most colleges run a 4-3 because it so hard to find a NT.