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1 year ago
Mike8272
Would I do it? Maybe. I’m looking at a recent mock draft on draft wire USA today and those Patriot picks land the following players: - 32: Nasir Adderley | S | Delaware - 64: Kaleb McGary | OT | Washington - 73: Andy Isabella | WR | UMass - 101: Lamont Gaillard | OL | Georgia We might want to look at someone else with the 73rd pick, and Adderley’s selection might be overkill at t
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1 year ago
Mike8272
Ken Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No to Fitzpatrick...he's a guy that could possibly > win us 6+ games if a few things turn out better > than expected. > > We need a guy that can mentor younger players > without winning us more than 3 games in the > process...I'd prefer Bortles. It comes down to the aim of this season. Are
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1 year ago
Mike8272
I’d say getting a 4th and 7th in exchange for a 6th and a player we were going to release if we couldn’t trade him is a fair, albeit unspectacular, return. If any team gave up a day two pick for him I’d be questioning their sanity and ability to run an NFL team. Tannehill is who he is, a mediocre quarterback. I’ve been a defender of his since his rookie year. I own two jerseys with his
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1 year ago
Mike8272
Good luck to Tannehill. He tried his best for us but unfortunately he wasn't "the guy". More than likely he will get a chance to start for the Titans next season when Marcus Mariota misses another game, but in all likelihood it is probably the end of Tannehill's days as a full time starter. I suspect he will move into the next phase of his career where he will be the backup and stand in
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2 years ago
Mike8272
captkoi Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > One problem I saw....I think Gase overused Drake. > He looked very tired late in the 4th; not much > power in his legs. That's where we miss Williams or a legitimate second back. In some ways I am surprised we didn't pick anyone up after Williams went down. I guess it's always a case of who is out there in
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2 years ago
Mike8272
toko34 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Welker was a rare commodity at the time, only the > Pats valued that style of hands and quickness > player. Now that the NFL and NCAAF saw what > Welker did for the Pats, they are common, a dime a > dozen, therefore the value has gone down. If you > want to talk breakaway, I'm talking about the top
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2 years ago
Mike8272
This off season our front office needs to have a think about the future of this receiving core. Obviously extending Landry is a must as long as he takes a pay day in the same tier as Keenan Allen and Doug Baldwin (11.5 million a season) and not want paying like Julio Jones. We've got Stills signed to an extension already and he's proving to be an important part of our passing attack. So when it c
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2 years ago
Mike8272
I like Parker, but the past two seasons have not resulted in the breakout year he was tipped to have, especially when you consider how high he was taken in the draft. If he doesn't breakout in his fourth season, I don't see how we can extend him because he hasn't done anything to warrant it. He's clearly got talent to be a #1 receiver but he hasn't proved it consistently yet. Hopefully he does, b
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3 years ago
Mike8272
Great pass and catch. This is a great way to go into the bye week. Ok 3-4 isn't perfect but it is something to build on and fingers crossed this team kicks on!
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3 years ago
Mike8272
Ajayi becomes the fourth running back in NFL history to rush for 200 yards or more in consecutive games. The others were OJ Simpson (he did it twice - 1973 and 1976), Earl Campbell (1980), and Ricky Williams (2002). Fingers crossed he hasn't got hurt. It's been a fairly entertaining game so far. Let's hope we can hold out and get a win. 3-4 heading into the bye week is acceptable. Got to
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4 years ago
Mike8272
Trading back to gain Kiko Alonso and Byron Maxwell was a marmite move for fans and outsiders. I personally liked the deal because it got us two veteran players who could potentially give us an upgrade in two starting positions. Ok, there was some risk attached to this because Kiko has struggled with injuries and Maxwell didn't live up to his contract, but they are two talented players who are cap
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4 years ago
Mike8272
JoeFootball Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Gave up a 3rd for Stills in 2015 and then give up > a 3rd, 4th in 2017 and 6th this year for a #4 WR. > > We only have a 5th and two 7th this year. Might as > well trade all of them to get back in 4. The only thing with Stills is he has one year left on his deal. If Parker and Landry are our #1
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4 years ago
Mike8272
Xavien Howard is a talented kid, I don't think we needed to trade up to get him, but I can see why we did to ensure we get a corner we like. He will need coaching up, but hopefully this pick works out. Kenyan Drake seems likely to be be a change of pace back or third down back in the NFL like he was in college. We must like what he offers athletically and think he be a contributor when there w
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4 years ago
Mike8272
The last time we traded up for the third pick it worked out well for us... And while I like Elliot and think he's a very talented running back, I am not sure I would like to see us give up a lot to move up to third to draft a running back. I would much rather see us wait and see if Elliot falls to the Browns pick and see what that would cost, or wait and move back into the end of the first r
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4 years ago
Mike8272
ChyrenB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > But that's the point, Mike. Late round .....so > what the heck and why not? I mean, would we > rather have a late round offensive lineman? Look > what we did with top picks of linemen like Dion > Jordan, etc. I wouldn't be against us drafting a late round quarterback. There are some appealing optio
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4 years ago
Mike8272
ChyrenB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > But that's the point, Mike. Late round .....so > what the heck and why not? I mean, would we > rather have a late round offensive lineman? Look > what we did with top picks of linemen like Dion > Jordan, etc. I wouldn't be against us drafting a late round quarterback. There are some appealing optio
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4 years ago
Mike8272
ChyrenB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > in this draft. Why not? I"m about ready to give > up on Tanny so why......not a late rounder? Ryan Tannehill deserves one or two more seasons to prove himself to be our quarterback going forwards. In reality, Joe Philbin last one or two years too long. After 2013, bully gate and the first collapse, it wa
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4 years ago
Mike8272
Louis Riddick's mock: 1. Jaded Goff, Rams 2. Carson Wentz, Eagles 3. Jalen Ramsey, Chargers 4. Ezekiel Elliot, Cowboys 5. Joey Bosa, Jaguars 6. Ronnie Stanley, Ravens 7. Jack Conklin, 49ers 8. Laremy Tunsil, Browns 9. Leonard Floyd, Buccaneers 10. Myles Jack, Giants 11. Deforest Buckner, Bears 12. Sheldon Rankins, Saints 13. Darron Lee, Dolphins 14. William Jackson III, Raiders 1
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4 years ago
Mike8272
thegreathoo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'm still going with Doctson. Although, I do like > Henry, but I like Doctson more. I'd go Doctson, > Elliot before Henry. Interesting, you don't generally see people tip us to draft another first round receiver. But Doctson, Parker and Landry would be a handful for any opposition defense to handle!
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4 years ago
Mike8272
I would like Elliot or Hargreaves to fall to us, but in the event both are gone my preference would be Jack Conklin. I think he could end up being another Zach Martin type player, and if he did become that, we would have a serious upgrade on our O-Line. He could slot in at RT and move James inside, or we could bring Conklin in at left guard, and perhaps groom him to be Albert's successor. That sa
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4 years ago
Mike8272
The big question I have is whether he is a product of the Panthers' elite defense and system (eg Maxwell and Seattle), or is he really a legit shutdown corner? He seems more the latter than the former, but I would have slight reservations at giving a 28 year old (soon to be 29) CB tons of cash just in case he's more like Maxwell than Revis. He could certainly fill a need on our team, and if we
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4 years ago
Mike8272
dolphaholic Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > WOW Philly is becoming the NFC Browns, didn't they > just pay Bradford AND the backup a boatload of > money?????? Anyway, takes one team out of the Zeke > Elliott equation, maybe he falls to us? Bradford - $35 million two year extension with $22 million guaranteed. Daniel - $21 million three year
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4 years ago
Mike8272
Henry can run and block, his pass catching is obviously questionable but that doesn't seem to be a huge role for an Alabama running back, plus it doesn't mean he can't do it if he is asked to do it in an NFL offense. For example, Eddie Lacy didn't really do much as a pass catcher in the Alabama offense, but he's proven capable of playing that role on the Packers. Another example would be TJ
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4 years ago
Mike8272
thegreathoo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I love how you laugh at Connor Cook at 13, but you > put up Jarran Reed and Eli Apple. Who tf is Eli > Apple and Jarran Reed? And some of the other names > in OP, players of no consequence! > > Connor Cook is a winning pro style QB in Big 10 > with a great arm and head for the game. Conno
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4 years ago
Mike8272
JoeFootball Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think Conking is very similar to Martin. Both > were college tackles. Put Conklin at either guard > spot and as insurance for injury at tackle. > Injured tackles have killed us for the last two > seasons. Many say he can play LT but will need > some time to work on his foot work so he is an &g
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4 years ago
Mike8272
The problem we would face if they are the first twelve picks is that there wouldn't really be a sure fire, can't miss, type of pick left on the board for us... When you look at Conklin or Decker, they aren't elite tackle prospects. They project to be potential guard or right tackle options. At #13 you would generally hope for more than that unless you are getting an elite guard prospect like
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4 years ago
Mike8272
True, the Dolphins could look at a new QB because Tannehill hasn't led this team to the play offs or a winning season. But he's shown enough over the past four seasons to be given another chance, probably his final chance here, under someone that has had a lot of success as a OC using different systems with different calibers of QB. Plus, unlike Cousins, Tannehill already has his extension which
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