Unbias

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  1. Unbias

    Reuben Foster carted off on 2nd snap of OTA's

    Add in that Dion Hamilton is completely unproven and it's fair to say he's our guy!
  2. Unbias

    WP: 20th anniversary of Snyder

    Well, technically the Skins would be at their peak when they win a championship, so, let's just settle in and get used to the view...
  3. Unbias

    Reuben Foster carted off on 2nd snap of OTA's

    Bostic is a homeless man's version of Zach Brown. That's right. A step lower than being a 'poor man's' version.
  4. Unbias

    WP: 20th anniversary of Snyder

    I fully believe the NFL let Snyder be an owner so he can assist them with copyright issues they had. They wanted someone 'in-house' to help them milk the merch money, so they brought in Snyder, who just came off creating this beautiful culture: The problem for us fans is a copyright wizard rarely makes a good owner of a football team. It's just not good by design.
  5. Unbias

    Reuben Foster carted off on 2nd snap of OTA's

    Yep. His injury was a bad one. I think his teammates were crying when it happened. Regarding Bridgewater he went from being the Vikings future franchise guy to starting one game in the past 3 seasons. Currently he's regarded as a career backup with starting potential. With him essentially not playing for 3 seasons and playing a position that's a bit less physically demanding I wonder if he wasn't a QB would he even have an NFL job? I mean, the Vikings were so concerned with his knee they panic traded for Sam Bradford then in the following offseason decided to run with Case Keenum over resigning him.
  6. Unbias

    Reuben Foster carted off on 2nd snap of OTA's

    The concern with Jaylon Smith was his nerves not regenerating and he'd be left with drop foot. I think there was an old Eagles safety that's career sort of ended because of that. He could still play, but needed to wear a brace. Ultimately the nerves didn't regenerate in time and he was never the same player. I bring this up only because it can go both ways. I'd add that nerve regeneration isn't something modern medical science can fix.
  7. Unbias

    WP: 20th anniversary of Snyder

    Why did the NFL think a socially awkward 34 year old should own a franchise? I blame the NFL for this. Typically a league protects it's fans better.
  8. Unbias

    WP: 20th anniversary of Snyder

    The former owner died at 84. With Snyder being 54 that's another 30 years... I've made it 20, so if I get to the gym a bit more and change my diet I can probably ride this one out... Everything will be okay...
  9. Unbias

    Reuben Foster carted off on 2nd snap of OTA's

    I've never understood dropping him into coverage. He's been one of if not the best pass rusher since he's been on the team. Why get cute and have him drop in coverage just because you want to send a corner/safety/LB? Play towards your player's strengths. Let the rushers rush and the coverage guys cover.
  10. Unbias

    Reuben Foster carted off on 2nd snap of OTA's

    Sweat's speed is misleading. He's a bull rusher, so his 40 time doesn't translate into him blowing by the tackle. He could get there, but for now I'm looking at a front of 4/5 DLs that all mainly bull rush. Kerrigan would be the most technical rusher of the bunch because he's got a variety of hand fighting moves and wins on the outside. I want to add, the solution to Reuben getting hurt isn't a LB backup or in Free Agency. it's in our secondary in our newest leader being Landon Collins. We've been told numerous times that he's best around the line of scrimmage. I look back at one of our division rivals being the Eagles. When Jordan Hicks would go down they would just play a lot more nickle/dine where Malcolm Jenkins plays a LB hybrid role. Let's just do that with Collins and lean heavily on the DL to defend the run first.
  11. Unbias

    Reuben Foster carted off on 2nd snap of OTA's

    This sucks. There's also possible nerve damage, so there's a chance things can actually get better. This reminds me so much of Guice. I get all excited for a new player in the uni, he gets hurt, it starts to sound not so bad, then it's bad (ACL) then it gets worse with the infection. Anyway, I wish Reuben all the best in his recovery. The Skins have spoken about how he's been working on his character this offseason. Please continue to do that as he fights back from this injury.
  12. Unbias

    Reuben Foster carted off on 2nd snap of OTA's

    I just don't want to get my hopes up. Not saying it's not welcome news, but I'm feeling down about this and a bit of a roller coaster won't help much.
  13. Unbias

    Reuben Foster carted off on 2nd snap of OTA's

    Okay, I'm going to try to put this into some perspective. Based on this roster it would probably be best to give Haskins more reps so he's better for year 2 and beyond. Often that rookie year the team is looking to see good things, but they typically lose a bunch of games. We'll have some higher draft picks and next season we'll have some players like Bryce Love and probably Reuben Foster ready to contribute. I guess the silver lining is this was going to be a 'developing' season. Let's just lower our expectations and make it entirely about putting Haskins in situations to learn and grow. It's not about getting the W's this year, but building a base for more wins in the future.
  14. Unbias

    Reuben Foster carted off on 2nd snap of OTA's

    Slippery conditions normally don't cause injuries. It's when the foot plants and all the stress of stopping/changing momentum are put on a joint. What is it with this team? Is the practice field built on an ancient native burial ground or something? This is just a bunch of bad mojo.
  15. The issue we'll have with Rudolph is his cost. He's currently the 9th most expensive TE and his cap hit is $7,625,000. He'll be a FA after this season, so he'd be a one year rental. I see why the Vikings want to make the move because they have ~$1.4M in cap space and would get all of Rudolph's cap number back. If we made this move we'd have the #3 (Reed), #9 (Rudolph) and #18 (Davis) most expensive TEs in the league. I'd be okay with the move if we followed this by cutting Reed. Rudolph has a lower ceiling as a pass catcher, but he's a better blocker and has played in every game of the last 4 seasons. Looking back on it that Reed contract isn't the same dollar value as Alex Smith's, but has the same amount of value created. the OP mentioned cutting Davis, but I'd argue he's not only worth his contract (often is our starting TE), but also at his age has comparable upside to Reed.