method man

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  1. method man

    Reuben Foster carted off on 2nd snap of OTA's

    I wonder why Josh Bynes, who started for the Cardinals last year, was released. He played well for them and was put on IR in November after a thumb injury. He graded well by PFF last year - they should bring him in
  2. method man

    Welcome to the Redskins Wes Martin OL Indiana

    Issue with Cooper is he plays just one position. He has value if he starts but this is not the case if we his just depth. There is also a chance too that he will be out there to pick up if we do need him
  3. method man

    Press Release: #REDSKINS HIRE KYSHOEN JARRETT

    Really bummed about his playoff career. Loved him as a player - complete secondary guy capable of playing any role. If he were still on the team, he would be the starting free safety. Happy for him that he has this role now
  4. method man

    2019 NFL Draft discussion thread

    Across the board, the media is overrating our draft. We did not use our draft capital optimally. Where I fundamentally disagree with how this team drafts is Allen, Williams, Smith et al 1) promote quantity over quality, 2) not evaluating upside properly enough thru Day 2, 3) overdrafting certain players relative to general draft grade and 4) drafting relatively high picks at positions of depth. On #1, I think the team made a big mistake in not packaging both 3rd's to move into the 2nd to snag AJ Brown. We missed out on a chance at a guy with legitimate #1 WR potential as a result and a likely floor of at least a starter. Instead, we got ourselves a bunch of dime a dozen players with role player upside with the 3rd and 2 4ths - in many of these cases, we are not much worse off signing a bunch of veteran street castoffs instead of drafting them. My example in #1 reflects #2 as well. Another example, AJ Brown aside, is the decision to take McLaurin over Kahale Waring. By all accounts, Waring is a guy many project as at least an average starter in this league due to his abilities as both a receiver and blocker & athleticism. Drafting Waring would've made Vernon Davis expendable and, in a season or two, he could've taken over for Reed as the starter at TE. Instead, again, the team took a career backup WR type with this pick and, thus, not optimizing for value of the slot. On #3, every year, it seems that in rounds 3-5, the team ends up reaching for guys who otherwise would have gone at least 2 rounds or more later. This year it was Martin, last year it was Christian and Apke, and in 2017 it was Anderson. Not shockingly, all these guys (except Martin who we need to see) have underperformed relative to the slot. On #4, over the years, I've hated all the round 1-4 picks the Skins have burned on average EDGEs and RBs. I have no clue why you burn a second on Anderson when you know you have Preston Smith for at least two seasons more. This year, Love could be a good 3rd down back in 2020 but I think few probably see him as a Pro Bowl type
  5. method man

    2019 NFL Draft discussion thread

    interesting too that they decided to pass on both mack wilson (who would boot mason foster off the roster) and deionte thompson (who has a shot as a day 1 starter but will have durability issues due to his build)
  6. method man

    2019 NFL Draft discussion thread

    He is our Thompson replacement
  7. method man

    2019 NFL Draft discussion thread

    Trade down annoys me. Dawson Knox, although raw, was the legit last 2 way tight end left in the draft. Means that VD is back next season
  8. method man

    2019 NFL Draft discussion thread

    I take Waring. He is the all around TE we need
  9. method man

    2019 NFL Draft discussion thread

    Given all the ace linemen are off the board, if a run starts on receivers at this point, I want to see if if we can trade #76 and the 2 5ths to move up to take AJ Brown. That way, we still keep the comp pick and should see a solid TE there, whether it is Waring, the guy from Ole Miss, Foster Moreau, etc
  10. method man

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    As others have pointed out, there are a ton of really good receivers and tight ends left on the board and we can likely wait until #76 to take one of these guys. What I would think about is packaging the comp pick with one of the 5ths and maybe a Day 3 pick next year to move up to take Risner if he is still there in the middle of the 2nd. This guy is an immediate day 1 starter at LG and his positional versatility would allow him to step in at RT and do a competent job at LT when Moses / Williams inevitably go down. If the identity of the team is going to be heavy run ball control / strong D, need to make sure that the OL is as solid as possible I would also avoid taking a safety in Day 2. As others have pointed out, Tre Boston, a guy you can bring in to be an above average starter, is sitting out there in FA and we would be able to sign him to a reasonable deal. Because we'd be signing him after the draft, he would not count toward the comp pick formula next year
  11. method man

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Didn't we end up missing out on JJ Watt as a result of the trade down?
  12. method man

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    If Devin White falls take him as he is a generational talent. If Devin Bush, no not worth it. This draft seems to have a number of MLBs in the mid rounds who could start in the future. I’d rather go Foster / SDH / Harvey-Clemons / 5th or 6th round pick / Zach Vigil Let Foster go. His lack of speed really hurts the entire D My philosophy on draft is for non-premium positions such as ILB, S, TE and G, you only use early to mid first round picks on guys who have a high likelihood of becoming Pro Bowlers.
  13. method man

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    That really only leaves EDGE unless someone like a Devin White slips. No elite secondary guys in this draft and we dont need DLs
  14. method man

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Do you think Isabella can play on the outside at the NFL level? Out of the receivers in this class, given his route running, polish and speed, I think he has as much star potential as anyone in the draft. I know he is learning the slot now but he should pick it up. If he does, he more upside than Welker, Crowder, Amendola, Beasley, Edelman and all the other stud slot receivers of the past 5-10 years given his straight line speed Also the other thing this team should think about is drafting two guys in Day 2. Doctson is not on this team in 2020 and Richardson is probably not either.
  15. method man

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    If we don't get Lock, the next best thing is waiting until Day 3 to get a QB. As others have pointed out, we have a lot of needs and I wouldn't want to pass up a guy in round 3 who has a decent chance of becoming a starting WR like a Parris Campbell or a Terry McLaurin. Take whoever is left of Tyree Jackson, Stidham, Thorson or Minshew