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  1. dyst

    Landon Collins and the #21 debate...

    There are two sides to the argument. Those who think the number should be idolized and those who think it is just a number. I am of the camp that thinks it is just a number. I mentioned Michael Jordan as an example. If you are to retire a jersey number, then it should be reserved for players who are of that stratosphere and even then, I don't necessarily think numbers should be retired. If Collins wears #21, that in no way deters from what Sean Taylor did/accomplished. I feel like Skins fans in this instance get caught up in the hype of Sean Taylor. His legend grows by the year and the more we struggle the more his legend grows. He was 10 feet tall, faster than a speeding bullet and able to leap the highest building. In reality, he averaged 3 INTs, .05 sacks, and 60 tackles per year. He was an exciting player, who hit hard, had good stats and unfortunately had his life cut short.
  2. dyst

    Landon Collins and the #21 debate...

    People need to chill the hell out regarding jersey numbers. It’s just a number. Sean was good when he was here but we act like this is Jordan we are talking about. The guy played 4 years that’s it.
  3. dyst

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    “Win now”, jesus this management is stupid
  4. dyst

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    ...and running backs (Jerome Bettis, Willie Parker, Le'Veon Bell) ...and linebackers (James Farrior, Larry Foote, Kevin Greene, James Harrison, Greg Lloyd, Joey Porter) ...and defensive backs (Troy Polamalu, Rod Woodson) That team is just a well run-functioning organization. If it wasn't for the Patriots, they would be the de-facto best team in the NFL
  5. Hopefully next off season we can trade for Tannehill, then the following year we grab Bridgewater.
  6. dyst

    Starting QB 2019???

    My biggest issue with Keenum is not his salary or what we gave up to get him. The problem is that if he starts, he is very likely to net us 6-8 wins, which continues our medicority.
  7. Yep, and this is one reason why the Patriots are successful. If we had Edelman...we try to make him a linebacker.
  8. Eric Weddle the mid-30 year old safety? Yes how about no. We need young guys with potential who can grow with us and be here when we hopefully get good. Guys like Weddle will not be around by the time we are capable.
  9. The Colts with Andrew Luck (and his contract), made the playoffs last year and STILL have 100+ million in cap space. Meanwhile we're scrambling to figure out ways to open up money to sign free agents. If we can grab Collins and somehow Mosely then grab Rosen for a draft pick (not 1st round), we can then potentially trade our 1st to recoup back the pick lost for Rosen and grab a 1st next year...giving us 2 picks in round one for 2020.
  10. dyst

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    So people are still thinking Denver takes Lock/QB despite signing Flacco?
  11. dyst

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    I don’t know much about Rosen and his abilities but even a 2nd for a guy who didn’t show much that his current team wants to get rid of (supposedly) seems high no?