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Old 04-29-2017, 11:30 AM   #21
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Old 04-29-2017, 11:32 AM   #22
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Why pass on Malik Mcdowell @ 32 to draft a tackle that probably would have been there for us in the 2nd round.....Trey from FAU we waited for a PR but hopped on the O-linemen early...they must really think we are solidified at DE
I think Payton is just in denial, either that or he's completely blind to the notion we've been getting beat up front for the last 3-4 years.
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I have absolutely no issues at all with the draft so far. We appear to have gotten great value at each selection and addressed needs.
Sooooooo..... CHAMPIONSHIP!
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The Goal Line Leap for a TD just became easy.
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The Goal Line Leap for a TD just became easy.
Except Roger'll smack his pee pee for doing that... This year the players will have to change into a suit and tie and carry the ball in a brief case to enter the end zone as the No Fun League is taking it to the next level.
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Old 04-29-2017, 12:52 PM   #26
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Here is my thought, we currently have 6 rb's that were either on the team last year, signed in the offseason or drafted. So who is the odd man out? MIA had his first 1000 yard season but he stays injured. Cadet just resigned and Lassco is only in his 2nd year. AP just signed a 2 yr deal and now we drafted a top 4 back in the draft. Could MIA be a possible trade option? Trad him aft r his best season to get the max?
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Here is my thought, we currently have 6 rb's that were either on the team last year, signed in the offseason or drafted. So who is the odd man out? Cadet just resigned and Lassco is only in his 2nd year. AP just signed a 2 yr deal and now we drafted a top 4 back in the draft. Could MIA be a possible trade option? Trad him aft r his best season to get the max?
Marcus Murphy ... I think he has to have a stellar training camp and pre season if he intends to make the final 53.
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Marcus Murphy ... I think he has to have a stellar training camp and pre season if he intends to make the final 53.
I forgot about him. That makes 7 in the backfield.
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I can damn near assure y'all one thing. Kamara is a lock to make the team; giving up next years 2nd round pick, he better be!
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Ingram is going nowhere. Murphy and Cadet just became completely expendable. They each had their chances to fit the Sproles/Bush position and failed. They are immediately made obsolete with the addition of Kamara.
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