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  1. I think I am correct in saying all of the OL from last year will technically be back meaning no one left. They have already had one signing and will most likely be drafting one. That would mean somebody who is on the team currently is going to get left out unless some who are eligible go to the PS
  2. I am interested in other opinions. There is no question that we needed WR help at a different level than what we had other than Terry. So this is not to bash the signing of Samuel. But here is the question. A few years ago we signed Paul Richardson and we were all excited. As it turned out he was a total bust here. Couldn't get on the field because he was injured all the time and when he did he was not productive. And he had a big contract for that time. Based on what I saw they appear to be similar body types in terms of size, speed etc. Samuel is about 20 pounds heavier. Heck they
  3. Thank you New England. That about sums it up for me.
  4. Felt bad for him until now but this made me lose some respect for him. Pretty sure he collected his checks for $30 mil a year or whatever it was for the last two years or whatever that he was unable to play and contribute. Seems to me he should be thankful enough for that little fact alone to keep his mouth shut about crap like this. Just absolutely rubs me the wrong way.
  5. I am not expert like some on this forum and certainly don't know much about the cap hits etc. etc. etc. When I first heard the trade, I thought WOW! That is heavy for that guy. But then as I thought about it more here is what I came up with. This trade was all about dumping Goff and contract. This would be the Rams logic in my opinion. Probably banking on Stafford being better but at worst equal to Goff. Those two cancel. Goff 42 M cap hit Stafford 25 M cap hit (could have that number slightly wrong) Advantage LA, nice pick up. 3rs round pick this year. Who cares? What is the odds a
  6. If we pick at 19 in the first round how did we get to 52 in the second round. Somehow I missed that.
  7. Exactly. Haskins is a big dude with a canon and we see where that got him.
  8. Three observations. Great game. This was the first time in a long time that the offense actually looked like an NFL offense. The defense is good but they are not great like some of the talking heads want you to believe. PS: TH had a better command of the offense and playmakers on this team in a month than Haskins did in 2 years.
  9. Honestly that was pretty pathetic. It did not look like professional football.
  10. This was so predictable if you have followed this franchise since Danie Snyder took over. And I am going to go on record now and say they will lose to Philly next week because Philly even though nothing to play for will be fired up to knock their assess out of the playoffs, Dallas will beat the Giants and win the division and the WFT will be at home for the playoffs yet again. And what will the fans be left to chew on in the offseason? A three game losing streak to end the season, a multiple winning streak by their arch rival to overtake them and win the division quarterbacked by Andy Dalt
  11. This is a bigger win than the Giants win. Seattle has not been playing well lately and the Giants have so while that was an upset it was not a huge upset in my opinion. If you throw in being down 14 points and not converting a single third down in the first half, the second half was absolutely huge and this was a big upset. And that is before you even consider you beat an undefeated team in their house.
  12. Dude is a player. Always around the ball and he makes tackles.
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