KillBill26

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About KillBill26

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  • Birthday 06/18/1981

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    June 18, 1981
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    Not rooting for the 5x world champ hometown patriots because torturing myself with the Redskins was a better idea
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  1. If true, I'm really bummed about Henry. He was my #1 on my FA wish list. If he is off the market, it only drives up hoopers price, which I feel is going to be even more excessive. I'm surprised they didn't tag him to explore a trade if a long term agreement can't be reached. Give DH some protection at this crucial stage of his development. If BS hits free agency, the odds of us being the highest bidder is not likely.
  2. KillBill26

    Ooooweee Dunbar wants to be traded!

    I remember in psych 101 back in the day the professor talked about how people would describe positive things with "we", like "we won", or "we are going to be awesome this year". But for negative things, people will say "they", like "they lost" or "they are going to be awful this year". It wasn't rocket science or anything, but I remember admitting I never thought of that or noticed it before, and in the last 20 years, have noticed it's so true.
  3. No 5th year option for Terry, he wasn't a first rounder, but your point remains that we will need a lot of wiggle room in and after 2022 for those 5th year options and extending our core of young players to build around. If kerrigan agreed to the deal you proposed, I think that would be good for both sides. 27 mil is a little higher than I'd like to go, but the flexibility of making it a 2 yr deal to aid our long term plan makes it ok for me.
  4. I'd max out at 3 yrs 24 mil, 12 mil or so gtd. If he was asking for more than that, it might be better to trade him, although his reported willingness to stay makes me believe he agrees to an extension in the 7 mil per yr range. I don't think the skins would even offer much less than that. 3 yrs 15 mil seems a bit low.
  5. In strictly a dollars and cents standpoint, maybe you are right. But from building a culture standpoint, I'd love to have kerrigan as the veteran presence for a young defensive line. Especially since he is a stand up guy who has been a consummate professional during some lean years, and has stated a desire to remain with the team. I feel they can come up with an extension that will make his cap number more manageable and it will be a good move for everyone. As part of a rotation in a 4-3, I think he can still be a very productive player. Not to mention an excellent mentor to chase young.
  6. As a fan I like Thur night games, I can get my NFL fix an extra day of the week. However, it's brutal on the players to play another game in such a quick turnaround, I'd be ok with them going away. But NFL will never give up that extra night to be in the spotlight. They can talk about prioritizing player safety all they want, but they will make them play 2 games in 4 days, and now add extra games without batting an eye. It's always all about the money unfortunately. Sorry, I'm not following you on link between xfl and preseason. Xfl season will wrap up end of April, NFL preseason games start in August. Are you referring to the fact that the xfl didn't have much of a preseason and maybe that will help the NFL realize 4 preseason games are totally unnecessary?
  7. I'm also wondering if the 17 game season will eventually lead to a 8 home, 8 away, 1 neutral site format. NFL could expand their presence with more games in London, Mexico, etc. Maybe even throw a bone to the good people of San Diego and st. louis every once in awhile. I agree on the cutdown of meaningless preseason games. I wish they would just do 2 preseason, 16 regular season, but I can understand how teams are going to feel they have to reduce their sponsorship prices (which I think is ridiculous, but I'm sure those conversations will take place).
  8. The NFL has such a great system in place. The scheduling format is so clean, adding a 17th game is ridiculous. And 6 playoff teams with 2 teams getting a bye is fine, adding a 7th is ridiculous. But money talks. But as far as the cap increase, that's a good question. How much impact will one additional game have? How much extra revenue will it bring in? It will have no effect on NFL apparel. I'm sure sponsorships price tag will increase, tv deals will increase, but some of that might take some time where we see an effect. Not agreeing to this new deal right away and going off of the existing CBA sounds like it's good for the Redskins, bc with the 6th most cap space in the league and with a bunch of teams with tight cap situations, the Redskins will be able to land some high profile players. If everyone was granted some extra space, they'd have more competition on some of their targets.
  9. KillBill26

    Welcome to the Redskins Chase Young DE Ohio State

    Get Bruce Smith in here to work with him on it. Dude is probably still in great shape.
  10. KillBill26

    Welcome to the Redskins Chase Young DE Ohio State

    That's a good point about cincy possibly loving both QB prospects and wanting to trade back to get extra picks. It's funny bc some skins fans who want to trade back are rooting for Tuas medicals to come back clean to help our leverage, where maybe I should start rooting for them to not come back clean so Cincy is forced to stay at 1 and take burrow and it's clear taking CY over a watered down trade package is our best bet. It's going to be a loooooooong 2 months.
  11. KillBill26

    What Offer Would Change Your Mind on Trading Down???

    Herbert seems to be getting mixed reviews. Some drool when they look at his size and arm, others question his leadership and performance vs good teams. I understand the bengals taking burrow, and I can understand a team trading into #2 to take tua if all his medical reports continue to come back positive. Herbert just seems to have too many question marks to justify passing on a pass rusher like CY. Generally speaking, as far as team building goes, I'd take the top tier pass rusher when my team has a huge need there, over a non top tier QB every day of the week and twice on Sunday. As you alluded to, the Lions will probably be picking fairly high next season, with Lawrence and Fields being superior prospects to Herbert. You may even have Newman and Mond being on par with Herbert as a prospect. Knowing I'm getting better value with CY over Herbert now, and a very good shot at getting at least a similar QB prospect next year, I would be in confident in that approach.
  12. KillBill26

    What Offer Would Change Your Mind on Trading Down???

    If any GM took Herbert over CY, they should be fired before Herbert holds up his jersey on stage.
  13. Followed by a bunch of people responding "absolutely, but only if it's vet min plus incentives!!"
  14. KillBill26

    Ooooweee Dunbar wants to be traded!

    I wonder if Dunbar walks it all back in a few hours.
  15. I have been meaning to post about Hunter henry but haven't gotten around to it. I am hoping they go after him over Hooper. I feel Hooper has already shown his ceiling, and I don't think he will replicate that success going from Atlanta's explosive offense to ours. So we would be overpaying him for production I doubt he can match for us. Henry gets knocked bc of his durability. Torn acl, lacerated kidney, and a tibia plateau fracture. These are freak injuries, seem to be just bad luck. They are not lingering soft tissue stuff or a string of concussions. With a little better luck, he will be out on the field a lot more. Maybe the injury history could help us get him at a more reasonable contract. The big reason I love Henry is his blocking. He is one of the better blocking TEs in the league, and considering his receiving skills, he is one of the few double threat tight ends in the NFL. imagine not having your TE telegraph the play! Henry has a chance to help this offense and Haskins more than Hooper imo. Go get him Ron!!