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  1. I would imagine a move to 4-3 for Cleveland would put Ogbah at least on the watch lists at DE.
  2. It's certainly possible that Hodges, Brown, and Bradham all play 3 downs.
  3. With Jelani Jenkins out a few weeks, Neville Hewitt might be in line for the start at WLB. Jelani isn't exactly the picture of health in his career either.
  4. Most expected. One unexpected: Mathieu to CB
  5. Scooby falling to almost UDFA is criminal for his talent, but does allow me easier access to get him in most leagues.
  6. Aaron Lynch is an OLB, not a DT. If they ever move to a 4-3, he could move to a DE. But DT won't ever happen, and DE won't happen in 2016.
  7. I don't pretend to know what did or did not happen. But "false rape story" isn't the right way to put this. Just because charges were not brought or he wasn't expelled didn't mean the event didn't happen.
  8. That same guy picked up the 1.1? I'd take the 1.1 and other picks by a decent margin.In Superflex this is a complete robbery for the team getting the players. Not remotely close.
  9. Packers, Broncos, Patriots, Seahawks, Steelers, Giants, Colts, Lions, Saints, Falcons, Cowboys, Chargers, Bengals All those teams or about over 40% of the teams would rather have their QB than Flacco in my mind. So not sure who you would take off my list? Possibly Lions? Bengals because they have had issues in the playoffs? Giants because Eli can be touchy at time? Cowboys because they haven't gotten to the playoffs? I should add you don't get to bring the defense with Flacco he is the only piece these teams would get... You can add whatever you want. I'll give you Packers, Broncos (although I think Manning is close to done), Pats, Seahawks, Steelers, Saints and Cowboys. You would really take Eli, Stafford, Ryan, Rivers or Dalton (GASP!!!) over Flacco? I am saying those teams would yes if it were me I would take Eli and Dalton. Eli because he has shown he can win the big game 2x and Dalton because he is 2 years younger. The rest are really a push and you could flip a coin between them and Flacco for the most part. Flacco is a middle of the road QB who seems to have the opposite luck of most QBs in that he gets all the credit in the world even when coming up short in the post season. Just take a look back at his playoff appearances: 2009: 2-1 with 1 TD over 3 games wins with 9+10 points given up / loss 23 points given up and scored 14 (3 INT) 2010: 1-1 with 0 TD over 2 games win was with 14 points given up / loss 20 points given up and scored 3 (2 INT) 2011: 1-1 with 3 TDs over 2 games and win was with 7 points given up / loss 31 points given up and scored 24 (1 INT) 2012: 1-1 with 4 TDs over 2 games and win was with 13 points given up / loss 23 points given up and scored 21 (1 INT) 2013: 4-0 with 11 TDs over 4 games and wins with 9, 35(DEN), 13, 31(SB vs SF) given up 2014: No Playoffs 2015: 1-0 with 2 TDs with 17 points given up Flacco is a good QB and Baltimore is forced to "overpay" because the flip side is you could end up like Arizona and nothing at QB in the playoffs. He has won a total of 3 games where he had to lead his team to more than 2 TDs to win while 7 of his wins have come when his defense basically dominates the game. http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/F/FlacJo00/gamelog/post/ Crazysauce. Eli's +1 SB win gets him a nod over Flacco, but Flacco's +1 SB win (oh, and 9 playoff wins to 0) doesn't get him a nod over Andy friggin' Dalton cause he's 2 years (LOL) younger. Flacco was drafted in 2008 and made the playoffs his first two years, and struggled from a personal standpoint there.... 1 TD, 6 INTs, zero games over 200 yards passing. Only one game above 50% completion percentage. His last three playoff appearances, not including this year, he's 18 TDs, 2 INTs. His team has scored 30, 24, 20, 20, 24, 38, 28, 34 in those eight games, for an average of 27.25 PPG. For reference, there were only six teams this year to average more than 27.25 PPG, and that includes a full schedule including some mediocre teams, not 8 playoff level teams. Andy Dalton? Just stop.
  10. 1.01 Give me team A. team getting the 1.01. Isnt the point of the 1.01 to get a talented player who can produce for you for years to come with high upside? Doesnt Murray have that? You could end up trading for 1.01 and end up with a player who might not be as good as Murray. Morris and Cameron to boot? I agree...the 1.01 is very valuable, but Murray Morris and Cameron could be a huge boost to any team. I guess it depends on the team. When I looked at this I saw is as 3 mid to late 1sts for the 1.01...tough call 1.01 for me. I don't think all 3 of those guys have mid to late first value at this point. I could see Morris having late first, Murray late first/early second and Cameron early to mid second which to me isn't nearly enough. Things change quickly but I think this trade would be closer to even if we turned back the clock to before this season for Cameron and Morris.You are way over valuing draft picks (I think) ETA...lets test that Team A trades 1.11, 2.01, 2.03 Team B trades Morris, L Murray, J Cameron In what world are you getting either of those three players for either of those three picks?
  11. Clearly just needs a real QB (and stronger bones/muscles).
  12. Good games yesterday from Tank and Crawford.
  13. If we are taking DTs, I'd much rather have Short in CAR over Star.
  14. He is a FA this offseason.