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  1. I think this will be a great tandem. I went under on the INT/forced fumble/recovery combined just because 11 seems like a lot, although I see how it could be close. I also went under 11 games combined missed, mostly because Matt had a fluke injury last year, and Bernard was solid most of the year. I expect both to be fine.
  2. Bills. Bills make it 2 times by now if not for repeated meltdowns v. KC. Bills finally get over the hump this year.
  3. FA All Star: Curtis Samuel. He makes the pro bowl this year. Sleeper: Claypool. I doubt he makes the pro bowl or has a yar like Samuel, but if he puts it together he could be a great chain moving target/RZ target. Dud: not really seeing anyone I dislike in terms of the FA signings. FA All Star: Curtis Samuel. He makes the pro bowl this year. Sleeper: Claypool. I doubt he makes the pro bowl or has a yar like Samuel, but if he puts it together he could be a great chain moving target/RZ target. Dud: not really seeing anyone I dislike in terms of the FA signings. FA All Star: Curtis Samuel. He makes the pro bowl this year. Sleeper: Claypool. I doubt he makes the pro bowl or has a yar like Samuel, but if he puts it together he could be a great chain moving target/RZ target. Dud: not really seeing anyone I dislike in terms of the FA signings.
  4. 1. The biggest question is whether CB Kaiir Elam will be relevant, and further, whether he will play like a 1st round pick. If the answer is yes, we have a stacked CB room. If not, we are thin after the starters. 2. Will we be able to generate pressure on the QBs. Will AJ, Groot, and others step up and become a menace this year. Great points about Center, but I'm not too worried there. We have McGovern who has played before in the NFL, and Van-Pran, who allowed like 1 sack over the last 2 years in the SEC. Humphrey came in for KC and balled out, I think Van-Pran can do the same.
  5. this is a close one, but i think the need to run JA in the redzone is lessened by the following: (1) Kincaid in year 2; (2) Knox is a threat there; (3) Coleman as a RZ target; (4) RB Davis as a RZ threat to run or catch. Also, (5) Curtis Samuel scoring on long passes.
  6. voted under because while I think Kincaid could have 50, I can't see them combining to 110 due to the presence of vastly underrated Curtis Samuel and rookie Coleman.
  7. PLL anyone? Not as good as College Lax (not enough real D, too much box-style D and scoring), but still an interesting year with an infusion of new talent. Too bad the NY Atlas is all about NYC, where they don't even play.
  8. on paper I get the idea we are a wild card team, but I'm still not sure who beats us in the AFCE these last few years. Cousins is still the best QB in the division w/o a healthy Rodgers. I think we win the division and lose in the 1st round.
  9. perhaps either he or Matt is available at once? His availability issues are the only thing that make a 3rd round remotely realistic.
  10. under. Bean has repeatedly missed on Edge talent in the draft. I think that changes with Smoot, but so far AJ and Groot are average to slightly above. They both "flash" but no consistency. If one of them can hit with the consistency, they could be difference makers. Right now, not having seen that, I'm under.
  11. and the sloth was too fast! Coleman is so slow that the D doesn’t bother to cover him, he can only get a 1 yard gain even if he catches it.
  12. Houston could be a great game. No little about the city, good team, coach, could be AFC Champ fame preview.
  13. this would be fantastic and is a great place to have it. Really, the draft should always be held in a non-Super Bowl hosting city. Even out the spread of events in the NFL. Just keep the draft out of London
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