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  1. I don't disagree here. I'm just noting that this seems like something that could very well happen and possibly meets Anarchy's criteria below. At the very least, it would be a QB competition.
  2. One incoming rookie QB that may meet your criteria and seems like a natural fit: Jake Fromm. Poor final college season likely depresses where he will go in the draft, but has the tools BB and company can use.
  3. link please! Thanks in advance.
  4. While I think this is true of BB, perhaps times are changing. With Tom Brady out, it could be causing a ripple effect, change of strategy. I'm not saying it's probable, just that it's possible. I think Anarchy nailed it pretty well. They'll see if Stidham has what it takes, and depending how things are going, strategies may change.
  5. Could it be they have their eyes set on the 2021 class of QB's? Perhaps starting Stidham positions them the best to get the one they are after...
  6. If we're being honest, how many football players are actively thinking about maximizing career earnings. They hire people to do that for them. Maybe he has bad advisers, or maybe he's ignoring good advice. Who knows, but I think we can all agree the decision/statement is questionable.
  7. Very interesting. Seeing who is on many teams' radar (or possibly short list). Short list example: high interest example: Jalen Reagor by 6 teams already
  8. You mean Riley Ridley has value?! 🤣
  9. Two trades were made in two of my dynasty leagues: 12 team, ppr, superflex: Zeke Elliott for 1.04, 1.09, 1.11, 2.04 and 12 team, ppr: Saquon for 1.02, 1.10, 1.12, and Stefon Diggs
  10. For what it's worth, you actually have a top 38, since you had 13 listed twice
  11. My thoughts line up with many of yours in terms of Pettine as well as positional needs. A couple thoughts: Cory Littleton (LAR) is a UFA. I say spend the money it will take to get him to fill ILB need. I think we can also get help on the D-line through FA. Doesn't have to be anything too fancy, but a solid player. Draft one to help supplement/grow. O-line, this is not a strong draft class and FA is pretty barren. I like @Ditkaless Wonders suggestion of 2nd round pick, that feels right to me as well (1st is too rich). WR is similar in terms of FA. Not a whole lot out there I would want GB to spend much on. Personally, I would definitely be okay taking a swing on a WR in the first round. There should be plenty of very good options available. For TE, I worry about Hunter Henry's durability, but I'd be fine making an offer to Austin Hooper. Not a ridiculous one, but a strong one. Otherwise I think taking a chance on Tyler Eifert wouldn't be a terrible idea. He also has injury concerns, but good upside.
  12. What I liked is he ran hard every time he touched the ball. Was a force to be taken down. Not only that, bonus points to have the awareness to stay in bounds and keep the clock running when he could have tried for more yards. What concerns you on outlook (more insight, research purposes)?
  13. After watching LSU vs. Clemson last night, I'm hoping GB coaches were watching as well. Clemson defense was dominant, especially getting to Burrow early. LSU made some great adjustments and had some creative play calls to help combat the pass rush, blitzes, etc. While I understand it is college vs. the pros, I think there are definitely some parallels and GB could benefit by reviewing the game and maybe using some of the concepts LSU used.
  14. Every game I've seen of Lawrence I've been underwhelmed. Does anyone else have concerns he's not this "all great" prospect everyone makes him out to be? I'm not saying he's terrible by any means, but is he really as good as his legend is being made to be?
  15. it is the bungles... I mean bengals... after all.