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  1. Hard to rationalize this (from the outside) with Gonzalez there. Meh.
  2. In my mind a "C" player is one that factors in lack of experience and durability concerns. If you think last night's game was more than a B+ so be it. Subjective of course. Maybe we have different own grading curves. I mean TB's pass defense was 22nd overall in the league in 2020 - not a world beater despite your assertion of "playmakers". In the Tampa Bay game there was one to Steve SImms I remember which he threw a bit off his back foot in pressure, the ball up the field to Cam Simms around midfield was behind him and he short armed it a bit, and there were some others that stuck out in my mind - but I'd have to admittedly rewatch to pin down. You want to be optimistic - ok, but there's a reason Heinicke spent time in the XFL and on a bunch of practice squads. As a prospect to this point a "c" grade is generous in the NFL parlance. You want to believe he's had some great breakthrough? Fine. I'm not ready to say that. I'm not ready to say he's a must have. He had a good Tampa game in my mind and an average Carolina game - and I believe he's naturally less talented than a lot of QB's that are young andof simiar experience. I would wager most of the NFL feels this way - given again that his career status to this point. I wouldn't imagine putting a "c" on Heinicke at this point is controversial. But to each their own.
  3. There were at least 2 in the in the Carolina game that should've been picked - one in the end zone - and a few others. My main point is that I think we just have had such bad QB performances that we get spoiled by an above average game here and there. I don't know that's he not going to be great -but I do know the majority of pro ready QB's coming out of college and half the backups in the league coming up are capable of replicating in a short span what Heinicke has done over 5 qtrs. I hope he gets a chance to compete for the job next year - but I'm not sold in any way that's he's markedly above average right now.
  4. And I would love to know the opposite - he has precious little of it - on top of which he doesn't physically seem to be an elite player. And grant it that may be less important than QB's that can anticipate etc, but I don't see it as a stretch to have concerns about his frame and durability. In my eyes dude threw a lot of prayers yesterday, but kudos to him for staying alive and doing so. it was, in context a pretty good game, but there's nothing to me to suggest long term success is assured. I think as a fan base, we have just collectively lowered our expectations so much that "this will do". I don't know that it will - for a 6-7 win team, yeah maybe for more than that - serious doubts.
  5. B+ performance in a big game. But I think he's probably closer to a "c" player. What you want to pay for that, and how you want to move forward should be taken from an organizational top down approach, but I would hope we can make some decisions when we're more removed from good feelings about a game in which they were beat.
  6. No this is hyperbole at its finest. I'd debate he's the only one currently on the roster. As I think Allen can occasionally do it as well. McLaurin is not QB dependent to be productive, you just need an average QB or better.
  7. RE: TV revenue. Since tv ratings are determined by sample household, 99.9999% of people watching the Redskins at home are not directly putting money into the NFL's pocket. The exceptions to this are those that pay for Directv Sunday Ticket or those very very few who are Nielsen households. People without the ticket watching over network air are generally anonymous and uncounted.
  8. Lots of dancing on runs and returns tonight. Run straight damn it.
  9. Crushed it... Your score is: 9204 (GRADE: A+) Your Picks: Round 1 Pick 23 (MINN): Andrew Billings, DT, Baylor (A+) Round 2 Pick 22: Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama (A+) Round 3 Pick 21: Carl Nassib, DE, Penn State (A+) Round 3 Pick 23 (MINN): Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama (A+) Round 4 Pick 22: De'Runnya Wilson, WR, Mississippi State (A+) Round 4 Pick 23 (MINN): Shawn Oakman, DE, Baylor (A+) Round 5 Pick 19: Bralon Addison, WR, Oregon (A+) Round 6 Pick 12: Cyrus Jones, CB, Alabama (A+) Round 7 Pick 11: Geronimo Allison, WR, Illinois (B+) Round 7 Pick 21: Trevon Stewart, FS, Houston (C+) Your Future Picks: 2017 Round 1 Pick 2018 Round 1 Pick
  10. Man if this somehow happened I would be head over heels...so unrealistic though.... Your score is: 5049 (Drafting Ability: A-, Player Quality A, Future Draft Picks: N/A) Round 2 Pick 14 (PITT): Ryan Shazier, OLB, Ohio State (A) Round 3 Pick 2: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt (A) Round 3 Pick 11 (STL): Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (A) Round 4 Pick 12 (TENN): Dion Bailey, FS, Southern California (A-) Round 4 Pick 18 (PITT): Anthony Johnson, DT, LSU (A) Round 5 Pick 2: Phillip Gaines, CB, Rice ( Round 5 Pick 11 (TENN): Lamin Barrow, ILB, LSU (A-) Round 5 Pick 17 (PITT): Jared Abbrederis, WR, Wisconsin (A) Round 6 Pick 2: Andre Williams, RB, Boston College (A) Round 6 Pick 10 (TENN): Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech (A) Round 7 Pick 2: Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana (A-)
  11. Let me take a wild guess since you posted this in multiple threads, Yours?
  12. Damn she sound like she's having an asthma attack.
  13. Just when I think they can't get any lamer.... I thought they steered away from this junk after "killing" the Undertaker a few times. Just pathetic.
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