daveR

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  1. From another thread, these are the 2018 HOF nominees. WoW!!! Pick 5 starters... OFFENSIVE LINEMEN (21) – Willie Anderson (T), Matt Birk (C), *Tony Boselli (T), Lomas Brown (T), Ruben Brown (G), Ray Donaldson (C), *Alan Faneca (G), Bill Fralic (G/T), Jay Hilgenberg (C), Chris Hinton (G/T), Kent Hull (C), Steve Hutchinson (G), *Joe Jacoby (T), Mike Kenn (T), *Kevin Mawae (C/G), Tom Nalen (C), Nate Newton (G), Bart Oates (C), Jeff Saturday (C), Richmond Webb (T), Steve Wisniewski (G) I'll go with... Boselli, Ruben Brown, Mawae, Hutch, and Hinton.
  2. I was impressed early on when the defense showed blitz. He audibled into another play, but when the D dropped into a zone, he was smart enough to recognize it, adjust, and find a receiver for a first-down. Excellent job for a rookie QB!
  3. Yep, I agree. Lots of talent on the defensive side, especially DL. Not sure about the depth elsewhere. Still a couple holes on the O side of the ball. And, they're SO-O-O damn young!
  4. The new DC, Greg Williams, is very aggressive. We will probably see a lot of that throughout the season. Looks like there is plenty of talent to do that, too!
  5. They will keep all three. None, IMO, will be worth owning. Njoku is the future, but he is a very young rookie. A beastly talent, though.
  6. This. He looks better than most rookies. Good pocket presence. Had a couple drops. IMO, he guns it a bit more than he needs to. I'm guessing he will put up rookie statlines most of the year. That is, a good week will be 17-25, 195 yds,1 td, 1 int. Browns still lack weapons on offense, so I wouldn't touch him in re-draft leagues. Dynasty? Hell yes!
  7. While I support his stance against racism, that doesn't (wouldn't) cause me to buy tickets if he played for my team. From a revenue standpoint, it can't be viewed as positive. On the other hand, most good NFL franchises have a waiting list for season tickets, so only the poorly run teams would lose anything.
  8. We had a group that went & stayed in the middle of the island. Island Club, I think. https://www.islandclub.com/
  9. I know, I know. He's just the most dominant player I can remember. The NFL is such a finely tuned team game that NO ONE dominates.
  10. That MIGHT be true, but it doesn't mean much of anything. I doubt any of them is NFL-ready, or even close to it.
  11. Article and headline disagree, and why he's not on my list despite PIT TE usage.
  12. Good point. From what I hear, they'll run a hybrid D. I wouldn't be surprised to see safeties lining up at ANY LB position.
  13. It is more complicated. How many teams have QB openings? How many would have to cut someone already familiar with their system? What is the cost in cap space? What is his salary level? Does he fit with their offense? Does he want to play in a cold weather city? Near home? Does it matter?