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About Wildbunny

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    21 years or something...
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  1. Wildbunny

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    I think this link can interest you guys. Since you're deep into draft stuff, you should know that there's new drills included for the NFL Combine this year. Some of them might get interesting: Full link: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001102601/article/16-new-drills-coming-to-nfl-scouting-combine?icampaign=nflweb-push-webnotification
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    How to Win the NFC East - Consistently

    That's about countering teams' strengths. What about being better at attacking their weakness. Or maybe even strengths. Usually it's more about who attacks his opponent's weakness the best that wins, because it creates a sense of urgency on the opponent and takes them out of their comfort zone. Which ends up with them making costly mistakes. The best counter to Zeke is too force the Cowboys to sit him.
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    Who should be the next GM?

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    Is Dominance Predicated on the EDGE?

    So you're gonna go with the 5 sacks are way better than 0. Sure. Sacks are way harder to come by when you're facing OL than a 3rd down RB... If you ever face someone.
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    Is Dominance Predicated on the EDGE?

    Donald is playing on the line, so him not having INTs is casual amongst DLs. Forced Fumble are not a given within lines as RBs are often putting 2 hands on the ball while crossing the line to make better protection. Once they went through it, they start running and keep the ball on one side. And regarding this point I rarely see a RB switching side of the ball to protect it from incoming D. Ball is supposed to be close to the side line, in case of a fumble and the ball pop out, if it goes out of bounds, it's still O's ball. I would have expected better ball protection from RB playing at the NFL level. So, there's not much difference, stats wise when comparing both. Von Miller may even have favorable matchups here and there allowing him to rack stats. Donald is facing a C and 1 or 2 G on every down. Don't get me wrong, Miller was a beast in 2015. Question you have to wonder is; "Is this guy good because he's good?" or "Is this guy good because he's playing next to X which makes his job really easier?" That's probably the hardest question to answer, and one that must be rampant within scouting.
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    Is Dominance Predicated on the EDGE?

    IMO stats have never told the whole story regarding any player in the NFL. The fact that Donald had 0 sacks or turnovers doesn't mean much. Guy could be double teamed on every snap, and not get anything out of it, but his presence, forcing double team from the opposing team allows other players around him to rack up stats. Remember DJax here? His stats were nothing outstanding. But having him on the roster forced opposing D to take him into account so they were not burned deep regularly. Allowing others, from Garcon, to Reed, to Thompson, to make plays. Just like shutdown corners. They rarely do have good stats, mainly because most QB and OC are goind the other way. They're still doing a good job. Not so long ago, on this very forum we had talks about what was more important? DL or Secondary? Each side arguing that a better play from DL would help DBs and better play from DBs would help DL getting to the QB. Right now, word out there is that EDGE is the most important position on D. I don't believe that much, really. Unless a guy can reach the QB in less than 2s being untouched, he'll never be. Does it helps having a good EDGE? Obviously. Has having a monster at FS helps everyone on D, because he's negating deep threat, and make your whole secondary better by simply being on the field. Or having a Sean Lee or recently retired Luke Kuechly in the middle of the D was a great thing to have. But those are just important positions that are evolving depending on the era of Football. In the 80's and 90's having a great RB was a must. Nowadays it's an afterthought for many teams and WR are seen more important. TE has taken on a bigger role with Gronk's showing lately as well. Those positions will come and go as OC and DC finds more way to move or the ball or get to the QB faster. One thing still has to change in the game as it's been true for decades: It all starts and ends with Lines. Whoever wons at the point of attck will most likely win the play.
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    OC - Scott Turner incoming

    Drew Brees and Tom Brady are not on the other hand j/k
  8. Kinda a bit sad to not see Kyshoen Jarrett on this staff anymore...
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    Who should be the next GM?

    I'm not even sure I'd like him to be some kind of wiener Qualtiy control coach...
  10. What about Rufus or Cali? Could be fun...
  11. That's probably right. And for once I would love for Rivera to find someone outside the Carolina's box.
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    Who should be the next GM?

    Now that's interesting. Doug reporting to Ron Rivera, that virtually makes Ron Rivera the Team President as the Vice President is reporting to him. Rivera is really having full power for now. He won't play ping-pong and shuffleboard with them either...
  13. Another option is the guy is already in the building. But I agree, I believe it'll be solved post draft.
  14. Yeah, I noticed that to. Finally, we're letting guys go and wishing them the best. We're not trashing them anymore when escorting them out of the building. That's one heck of a culture change! Maybe, but at the same I wold say it's easier to find financial guys that can work with numbers than finding guys good at evaluating players. So far, he hasn't done not much and wasn't even allowed to answer the phone. He was just face of the franchise. Still, I kinda like his new title, that seems interesting at first even if it is a bit blur as well for now. But having a guy like Doug Williams taking care of young guys coming in doesn't seem like a bad choice. Guy is classy, knows Football and should reflect greatly on the younger guys. I think that suits him better than doing some stupid PR and take bullets in place of Bruce. Who's gonna be the head mod around here????
  15. You mean, you want to send them fight fire in Australia? Seriously all, any chance you send this guy packing at the next election?