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About SDJohnny

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  1. Completely agree that we need a back up with some power. I think there will be someone there in the 3rd round they can get.
  2. (RotoWire) Richard (ankle) signed a two-year contract extension with the Raiders on Wednesday, Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Analysis: Richard has spent his entire four-year NFL career in Oakland, and he's now set to remain with the Raiders as the team transitions to Las Vegas. The 26-year-old plays a valuable change-of-pace role in the Raiders' offense, and he also offers upside in the kick return game on special teams. In the event that workhorse running back Josh Jacobs (shoulder) manages to improve as a pass-catcher in his sophomore season, however, it could detract from Richard's usage out of the backfield. Richard appeared to suffer an ankle injury during the 2019 season-finale against Denver, and the details of his recovery remain undisclosed. 2 years, $7 mil for Richard. $4.6 mil guaranteed. Vic Tafur@VicTafur The #Raiders and RB Jalen Richard have agreed on a contract extension, as @RapSheet tweeted. Will back up Josh Jacobs. Gruden has compared Richard to Charlie Garner, so you knew there was a great chance he was back. Seems like a lot for him. Great pass catcher, didn't see him breaking a lot of tackles. Sure as heck don't see the Garner comp when I watch him.
  3. It's a particularly weak WR free agent class. I'd actually prefer they sign E. Sanders to a 2 year deal to add some veteran leadership for whoever we draft.
  4. Free Agency wish list. If Raiders shore up these spots they can sit back and take BPA. Jones is the cream of the crop. Post Super Bowl he was talking about staying in KC and building a dynasty. $40mill to Mahomes might make that hard for KC to do. Hopefully a huge pile of cash and tickets to KA can change his mind. 2. Chris Jones, DT, Chiefs (25) Jones has proved to be a highly disruptive inside pass rusher in two schemes over two massive seasons. He's an explosive talent for any front and the Chiefs may need to franchise-tag him (at around $15.5 million guaranteed) for 2020. The challenges to giving him a big contract are a past one to Frank Clark and a monster future one for Patrick Mahomes while working with limited cap space. 13. Cory Littleton, ILB, Rams (26) Littleton is a highly active tackler and one of the best cover men at his position because of his quickness, range and instincts. He also can be effective going after the quarterback as a blitzer. 30. Robby Anderson, WR, Jets (26) Anderson is much like Perriman, given his spike also came in December, but he's more of a pure field-stretcher coming off a 52-catch, 779-yard, 5-TD season. The supply of wideout help is limited enough where demand can get him a generous deal, but likely out of New York.
  5. I have a client named Nudelman. I smirk every time I hear his name.
  6. Not me, he was my #1 target in a devy depleted draft.
  7. Chuba returning.
  8. Now that Houston is out the Raiders picks are set. Round 1 12. Las Vegas (7-9) 19. Las Vegas - from Chicago (8-8) Round 2-None. Round 3 16. Las Vegas (7-9) (80 Overall) 17. Las Vegas - from Chicago (8-8) (81 Overall) 26. Las Vegas - from Houston* (10-6) (91 Overall) Round 4 15. Las Vegas (7-9) (111 Overall) Round 5 14. Las Vegas (7-9)(142 Overall) Round Six-None Round 7 12. Las Vegas (7-9) (204 Overall)
  9. In 2018, I traded a 2019 1st round draft pick to get the last pick in the first round (1.14) of a Devy depleted draft-took Lamar Jackson. The Draft pick I gave up, 1.12-Irv Smith Jr.
  10. The Draft is in Las Vegas this year. So it will obviously be Raider focused. Unfortunately the NFL doesn't have tickets for sale, or much information about the draft up yet. This is the link to register to get updates regarding tickets and info regarding the draft. Obviously, since I live in Vegas, I'll be there if I can get tickets. If others are coming we should make an effort to get together at some point.
  11. Can't fault you for that. AJ has had success at this level. I own Swift in my Devy league, but he still an unknown.
  12. One of the best developments of 2019 was the growth of Kolton Miller this year. He had only 4 penalties and gave up 7 sacks and 25 QB hurries, nearly half of what he gave up last year. Having him at LT lets the Raiders keep Brown at RT, and that gives them an advantage over other teams. Also, Brown needs to stay healthy next year, its only an advantage if he is on the fields. If Miller improves on 2019 it'll take all the sting out of passing on Derwin James.
  13. Don't feed the troll. I've been on this board for 19 years (like most of us) and I've only blocked one person, Stinkin Ref. It's a shame there isn't enough Chiefs talk to keep this guy occupied.
  14. Home Denver Broncos-W Los Angeles Chargers-W Kansas City Chiefs-L New Orleans Saints-L Indianapolis Colts-W Tampa Bay Buccaneers-W Miami Dolphins-W Buffalo Bills-W Away Denver Broncos-L Kansas City Chiefs-L Los Angeles Chargers-W Atlanta Falcons-W Cleveland Browns-W Carolina Panthers-W New England Patriots-L New York Jets-W I'm calling 11-5 now.
  15. The Start of the new league year, in March they are the Las Vegas Raiders. I do think they are Napa next year for Spring Training.