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Capt'n Obvious

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  • Birthday 11/19/1987

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    11/19/1987
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  1. I would agree with that. I would be interested in at least seeing what the Lions would want in return for Stafford if I'm the WFT front office. I think at a minimum its #19 overall.
  2. I don't think they should trade him at all. Their goal absolutely should be to keep him, and I really don't think he gets moved. I was more reacting to the quote that they don't think Tua is an adequate replacement for Watson. As if you can trade away a young franchise QB and simply get back anything even remotely close to his level. If you move Deshaun you are starting over and will need to develop a QB.
  3. There are only like 5 QB's in the entire league that are an adequate replacement for Watson. Texans are such a dumpster fire. Watson gains you the ability to acquire picks to rebuild. You aren't getting a QB at his level back in any trade. They'll have to accept either a young prospect QB (Tua/Darnold) or get the picks to draft and develop their own. Bill O' Brien deservedly gets a ton of crap for what he did, but that group down there now also seems to be pretty stupid.
  4. The front office needs to make the business decision to cut Alex. The emotional side shouldn't factor in at all. You don't pay a backup/mentor, injured, aging QB $20 million with the rest of the team young and showing signs of building. Alex is a warrior, and his story is a great one, but it is about the football now. I get the 5-1 record, but he really didn't play that well all year. He threw for a ton of yards in the losses to Detroit and NYG, but after that it was "game management". You don't win in the playoffs with game managers. Go find a QB that can elevate the entire offens
  5. The Jets also seem like a potential landing spot. They have the draft capital to at least put together an interesting offer. Now if Watson would waive his no trade to go there is a different story.
  6. This is where I can't decide if this is the coaching staff telling the front office that their scheme can produce regardless of talent. Or if its the front office trying to scrape the bottom of the barrel and hoping it pays off. Willingly parting with talent and then not at least getting replacement level is one of the many reasons the FO in its current construction needs to be blown up.
  7. Agreed. Edge rushers have been way too inconsistent, linebackers are either slow or lack awareness, and the secondary is a mess. Interior line has provided at least some reason for optimism although getting gashed consistently with the run the last few weeks has dimmed that bright spot recently.
  8. I'm really hoping that this will be it for Bruce. I know he will try to use the injuries as an excuse, but he should have been fired years ago. If the "GM" does go, cleaning house seems to be the most logical next step.
  9. Going to my last game as a season ticket holder this Sunday. Had to be bribed with field passes to go. Never had field passes before, so I thought why not? Just not worth the investment in my opinion. I can either enjoy or embrace the mediocrity of the games at home, or get tickets in my old section or better for way cheaper on the secondary market.
  10. In the case of Green Bay, I absolutely think Ted Thompson gets the blame as well as Dom Capers running the defense. I personally think that Rodgers makes that team go. McCarthy's offense is pretty much let Aaron handle it. His scheme doesn't get people open, usually Rodgers going off script or putting the ball in a pin hole sized window is what moves the ball for them. I don't think he will be fired, but he doesn't necessarily come off as a good coach to me.
  11. Mike McCarthy shouldn't be safe. Its been proven time and again that Aaron Rodgers masks a ton of deficiencies with that team. I guess he has the built in excuse of Rodgers being hurt, but in my opinion the QB has made him successful, not the other way around. Not sure whether or not the majority is on McCarthy or also their front office, but without Rodgers they are a disaster.
  12. Redskins were 10-6 in both 1999 and 2005 regular seasons.
  13. If I remember correctly, the reason they settled on Zorn was because nobody else that was a quality coach wanted the job. I think Jim Fassel was floated out at the time, but thats it. Even last year, every big name defensive coordinator turned them down so they went in house with Manusky. I agree he will try to get some retread with name recognition, but I think he will fail.
  14. I don't doubt that is what Dan will try to do, but I don't think any big name coach that is worth anything will come to this disaster. Regardless of how much money ol' Danny boy throws at him, it wouldn't be worth it.
  15. If Gruden gets the axe, you could possibly add Washington to that list. I do think that Schwartz will definitely get a look this off season.
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