JSSkinz

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  1. I didn't say WR's are more important than offensive lineman and I didn't say Diggs is a superstar even though he is trending that way. I referred to him as a "high end" WR. This has been posted in the forum several times and most recently in the draft thread. You can debate me all you want but the numbers don't lie. So the point is if you have a chance to get a guy whose lifetime catch percentage is near 70%, is 25 years old, can run any route, and can take the ball to the house from anywhere on the field, you do that when your current WR's consist of Josh Doctson, Trey Quinn, and Paul Richardson. The first 3 rounds are where you're going to find your studs, and the discrepancy in hit percentage in those first 3 rounds is huge. We have average to below average WR's, I would be happy with just good WR's so whether they are future Hall of Famers or current pro bowlers doesn't matter, I'll take guys who are trending like Diggs all day. Historic Success Chart The numbers show us the following outline for finding consistent starters: 1st Round - OL (83%) LB (70%) TE (67%) DB (64%) QB (63%) WR (58%) RB (58%) DL (58%) 2nd Round - OL (70%) LB (55%) TE (50%) WR (49%) DB (46%) QB (27%) DL (26%) RB (25%) 3rd Round - OL (40%) TE (39%) LB (34%) DL (27%) WR (25%) DB (24%) QB (17%) RB (16%) 4th Round - DL (37%) TE (33%) OL (29%) LB (16%) WR(12%) DB (11%) RB (11%) QB (8%) 5th Round - TE (32%) DB (17%) WR (16%) OL (16%) DL (13%) RB (9%) LB (4%) QB (0%) 6th Round - TE (26%) OL (16%) DL (13%) WR (9%) DB (8%) RB (6%) LB (5%) QB (0%) 7th Round - DB (11%) OL (9%) QB (6%) WR (5%) DL (3%) LB (2%) RB (0%) TE (0%) As you asked here's the last 10 Superbowl Champions and each had at least 1 very good WR (once again I never said "Superstar" you just made that up, every team listed below had at least one Tier 1 WR at the time they won the SB) on their team and a good complimentary WR or in the Pats case they have Gronk as the compliment. You don't need future Hall of Famers or "Superstars" but you need quality and we have none. NE - Julian Edelman & Gronk - Over 1500 combined receiving yards and 9 Td's Philly - Torrey Smith & Alshon Jeffrey & Agholor - Over 1900 combined receiving yards and 19 TD's NE - Julian Edelman & Gronk - Over 1600 combined receiving yards and 6 TD's Denver - Emmanuel Sanders & Demaryius Thomas - Over 2400 combined receiving yards and 12 TD's NE - Julian Edelman & Gronk - Over 2000 combined receiving yards and 20 TD's Seattle - Golden Tate & Doug Baldwin - 1700 combined receiving yards and 10 TD's Baltimore - Torrey Smith & Anquan Bolden - 1800 combined receiving yards 12 TD's Giants - Victor Cruz & Hakeem Nicks - 2700 combined receiving yards and 16 TD's Packers - Greg Jennings & Donald Driver & Jordy - Over 2400 combined receiving yards and 20 Td's between the 3 of them Saints - Marques Colston & Devery Henderson - 1900 combined receiving yards and 11 TD's combined
  2. Nobody should ever use the Patriots to prove a point, the Pats can do a lot of things that 31 other teams cant do. High end WR's are a premium and much tougher to find than good offensive lineman. You act as if Diggs is a JAG, he's as good of a WR as Scherff is a G.
  3. Solid but not great guards are costing $9M- $11M APY in free agency, that's why we haven't signed anyone, average ones are going for $5M - $6M per.
  4. If we had to give up Scherff to get Diggs I would be ok with it because its one of the toughest positions in football to draft or find in free agency, of course, it leaves a big hole in our O line but a tier 1 WR to me would be worth trading Scherff. Other than that scenario I wouldn't trade him but I wonder why he hasn't been signed, the market has been set and the deal should have been in place even before that so why haven't we heard anything about him being close to signing or just something that lets us know they are communicating and its just about crossing T's and dotting I's, it worries me and makes me think something is going on.
  5. I'm curious if anyone has ever heard Scherff say he loves DC and wants to be a lifelong Redskin, I always heard that from Trent but haven't heard it from Scherff. It could have happened, I miss content all the time which is why I come here but I'm starting to get worried about this Scherff resigning. I was thinking if the rumor was real they would want Scherff, we know where they lack talent and its that horrible O line.
  6. If he doesn't want to sign a long term deal then we might as well dangle that carrot, he probably wants LT type money and as good as he is he's not worth that, I would rather spend that on a good RT and get rid of Moses.
  7. JSSkinz

    The Cult of Case

    One of these days he's gonna screw up and stay healthy, he's kinda due.
  8. JSSkinz

    Let's Talk about Pets

  9. JSSkinz

    The Cult of Case

    I'm sure but I dont see him being able to grasp the playbook quick enough to beat out Colt and I dont see Jay awarding him the job unless he earns it. I think it will make preseason interesting because these guys are going to have to get some reps.
  10. JSSkinz

    The Cult of Case

    Theres no way Case beats out Colt for the starting position, I would put good money on it. Its time to bump the "embrace the noodle" thread.
  11. JSSkinz

    Landon Collins and the #21 debate...

    I would let him wear the number, I think Skins fans need to move on.
  12. Thats an odd signing by the Giants, they already have a good slot WR so not sure why they would dump that much into Tate. Gettleman is Bruce jr.
  13. I pretty much agree with you and even with @Burgold to some extent. I too wish we could find a way to use his athletic ability to help us, from what I understand him being released is strictly based on the fact he is constantly leaving his assignments and hanging other players out to dry, I don't watch film but Hoffmann was talking about it today. I don't think he's a bad guy, he's always seemed like a shy, nice guy type to me but nobody wanted him in FA last year and now he is being released by a team whose weakness is ILB so there has to be something to it, Zach has to have a coming to Jesus moment and realize he may want to become more of a student of the game rather than relying on his speed all the time.
  14. The "Noodle" will take him down, I'm ready for preseason.
  15. Whoever signs him will be his 4th team in 5 years, so when should Zach start holding himself accountable?