HTTRDynasty

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About HTTRDynasty

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  • Birthday 06/25/1989

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    Sean Taylor
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    Valencia, CA
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    Enjoy playing and watching football, basketball. I also read a lot.
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  1. HTTRDynasty

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    While I agree with the overall sentiment that elite OT's aren't as valuable as they used to be, I disagree with using the Patriots as an example. The GOAT QB - who usually knows the intricacies of the defensive formation a given team is running against him better than a majority of the defenders do - covers for a lot of the talent deficiency on that OL, and has done so consistently. Now, Scarnecchia (Patriots OL coach) has a lot to do with that as well, as the Patriots learned to their detriment in 2015, the season after they let Scarnecchia go and Von and Demarcus abused their OL all game in the AFCCG, which knocked the Patriots out of the playoffs. They gave him his job back ASAP that offseason. But I think the point still stands that the Patriots model can hardly be used as convincing evidence due to the powerful big brother they have covering their backs in Brady. To further that point, if you take a look at adjusted sack rankings here through week 10, you'll see that the teams with the highest adjusted sack rates are led by bottom-half-of-the-league and/or rookie QBs: the bottom 10, in order are TEN, NYJ, MIA, DEN, WAS, ARI, NYG, CHI, TB, CAR. I doubt those OL's would be so low if Tom Brady was their QB. But like I said, I agree with the overall sentiment. One great player on the OL can only do so much, unlike what one great player on the DL can do. If we have a chance to draft Young and turn that down by reaching for a worse player at a less premium position, that might be the last straw for me as a fan of this franchise.
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    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    Actively rooting for our rookie QB to fail because of something he has no control over? Classy.
  3. HTTRDynasty

    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    Thanks. I'll go ahead and take this sage advice.
  4. HTTRDynasty

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    PFF's Latest Top 100 Prospect Board 2020 NFL Draft: PFF Top 100 Big Board Update 1. QB JOE BURROW, LSU 2. QB TUA TAGOVAILOA, ALABAMA 3. EDGE CHASE YOUNG, OHIO STATE 4. WR JERRY JEUDY, ALABAMA 5. CB JEFFREY OKUDAH, OHIO STATE 6. WR CEEDEE LAMB, OKLAHOMA 7. OT ANDREW THOMAS, GEORGIA 8. LB ISAIAH SIMMONS, CLEMSON 9. OL TRISTAN WIRFS, IOWA 10. EDGE A.J. EPENESA, IOWA 11. KRISTIAN FULTON, LSU 12. OT ALEX LEATHERWOOD, ALABAMA 13. WR LAVISKA SHENAULT, COLORADO 14. QB JUSTIN HERBERT, OREGON 15. EDGE CURTIS WEAVER, BOISE STATE 16. S GRANT DELPIT, LSU 17. CB C.J. HENDERSON, FLORIDA 18. DI DERRICK BROWN, AUBURN 19. CB TREVON DIGGS, ALABAMA 20. CB BRYCE HALL, VIRGINIA 21. DI JAVON KINLAW, SOUTH CAROLINA 22. EDGE JULIAN OKWARA, NOTRE DAME 23. WR HENRY RUGGS, ALABAMA 24. DI MARVIN WILSON, FLORIDA STATE 25. WR TEE HIGGINS, CLEMSON 26. S ASHTYN DAVIS, CALIFORNIA 27. OT JOSH JONES, HOUSTON 28. WR JALEN REAGOR, TCU 29. OL NETANE MUTI, FRESNO STATE 30. CB CAMERON DANTZLER, MISSISSIPPI STATE 31. WR TYLER JOHNSON, MINNESOTA 32. OT JEDRICK WILLS JR., ALABAMA The rest is at the link: https://www.pff.com/news/draft-2020-nfl-draft-pff-top-100-big-board-update
  5. HTTRDynasty

    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    Hardly. Most QB's are only ever given one legitimate chance for an organization to invest, develop and build around them. The leash is a lot shorter, and development much less of a focus, for QB's who try to succeed elsewhere.
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    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    Seems like some Redskins fans are strong believers in the Browns model of establishing long-term success at the QB position:
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    Redskins vs Jets Prediction Thread: The Bowel Bowl pt. 1

    It's pretty much imperative that we lose this game if we want to stay in the race for the 1st overall pick, especially with the possibility of facing the Lions without Stafford in two weeks. Of course, things rarely go in our favor: Redskins - 13 Jets - 9
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    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    At least the culture is damn good...
  9. HTTRDynasty

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Interesting tweet below. Ramsey played most of his career with an incredible front 7. This is another example of why you take the Edge rusher (Young) over the CB (Okudah) every time if they are at a similar talent level. Not that Young isn’t a better talent than Okudah any way, but this just makes it even harder for me to justify a trade down if we have a chance to take Young. It’s a similar situation, but in reverse, with the Minkah Fitzpatrick trade.
  10. HTTRDynasty

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    No way Young is dropping to 4. We need to stay in the top 3 if we want a chance at drafting him.
  11. HTTRDynasty

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    EDIT: Whoops
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    Why are we this bad on the field?

    Saw this somewhere else: Skins are playing with a $44.7 million cap hit on a $188 million salary cap, that’s 23% not on the field (Alex, TW, Reed, Foster). $28 million on unproductive players (Kerrigan & Norman). $10 million on CT and Vernon who constantly miss games. That’s like half the cap.