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  • Birthday 07/31/1984

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    07-31-1984
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    Darrell Green or Art Monk
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  1. I said such high hopes for him but he just didn't get it done. He had some explosive moments last year but this year it's like he forgot what to do, or was just overlooked by the coaching staff. I would have liked to see more jet sweeps and stuff, but if the guy is costing you games because he's muffing punts and dropping passes, it's hard to WANT to get the ball in his hands more.
  2. oh i thought you meant we would take Rattler over Ridder in the 3rd. You were responding to the tweet, not my post.
  3. was just coming to post that.. There goes my 3rd round sleeper pick to WFT.
  4. Patrick Mahomes did not play this weekend. Ben Roethlisberger did not play this weekend. because.... they had nothing to gain and nobody is arguing integrity of the game. The only reason this is a thing is because it's the Giants. Logan Ryan came out and said exactly what needed to be said, and he PLAYS FOR THE GIANTS https://ftw.usatoday.com/2021/01/eagles-washington-nate-sudfeld-tanking-giants-logan-ryan Tanking is not a problem, it's a philosophy generated by fans. If a team WANTS to lose on purpose to
  5. Yeah. I appreciate his ferocity, but he has a tendency to take the big hit. There was another play early in the game where he broke the pocket and scrambled to the right, got the first down and about 8 yards later RIGHT along the sideline, he puts his shoulder down to finish the run. The defender got a smidge lower and hit him on the hip. His cleat stuck a little bit and the knee whipped awkwardly. He got up fine and didn't look hobbled, but 6 inches lower and he could be looking at an ACL injury. He had already gotten the first down so just stepped out of bounds. There was
  6. I GUESS if he's putting it on the pylon there is room but its still not exactly open with 3 defenders back there.
  7. I haven't looked at the replay real hard but in the moment, and the limited replays ESPN showed, it didnt look like there was anywhere to put the ball.
  8. Yeah it was. I don't think it was the best decision to make throwing it away TTHERE, but I get it. My bigger concern in the moment was that he was trying to force the ball, but I don't think that's the case. Had he not been in so much pain and wounded he likely breaks the pocket and makes a cleaner throw away or tries to get something done with his legs.
  9. unless he was trying to throw it away out of the back of the endzone.
  10. Chara stabilizes the defensive unit. I dont think we should expect him to be some scoring monster as much as he's gonna be more of a crease clearing presence. He'll also crash the boards a bit, but I can't imagine he's going to be an offensive factor.
  11. if we draft Toney we need to spend the whole offseason watching film on Tyreek Hill and integrate how he's used into our playbook. The role I was hoping we would have carved out for Steven Sims... but he's proven completely unreliable at this point.
  12. absolutely. Drafting Lance means wee don't know if he's the guy til likely the end of the 2022 season. In an ideal situation, Alex recovers (i have little confidence in this but I never thought we would be HERE so who knows) and Lance can Redshirt next season. Drafting lance at 19 and expecting him to start week 1 of 2021 would be a bad idea imho.
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