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As for the games today, Baltimore lost that game. I give credit to New England, but Baltimore had multiple chances to end it. You should never lose when having a 14 point lead on two separate occasions to go along with your opponent only rushing the ball 7 times (outside of Brady). It shouldn't happen. Playoff Joe played amazing, but he lost all that when he threw a horrid pass on that potential GW drive. You cannot make that throw on 2nd down. Looking back at it, he probably didn't see the safety. Had the safety not been there, it would have been a TD to Torrey Smith. Unfortunately, he missed the safety.
Danny is selling everyone. I would expect Bass and Avery to be gone.
Our schedule coming up:
All losses, followed by an eight game stretch, including a six game road trip where the only game we have a chance at winning is against Minnesota. Potentially a 13 game losing streak on the horizon.
For overall league standings, we currently have the 7th worst record. We'll continue to get worse, leading to us falling behind Orlando, Utah and LA leaving us with the 4th worst record. I have a hard time seeing us fall behind Philly, Minnesota and New York, even though we're about to be really bad. So we're stockpiling draft picks to go along with our eventual high pick this year. Next year we'll start trading off players like Sully, Olynyk, Avery if he's not gone this year as well as Gerald Wallace's expiring. The future is bright for Boston.
I like Green Bay because they're home, and Dallas will have no answer for Rodgers and Lacy. It'll be a shootout, no doubt. I could see it being 30+ for both teams. I get what you're saying, I'm pro Romo, and always have been. I just think Rodgers is going to be the one to make the play at the end.
No, I agree with you. Front 7 is most important. Build a pass rush, make below-average corners look above average-good. I would love to see you guys get Cam/Mariota/RGIII. All three guys would thrive in your offense.
I highly doubt we're looking to trade Avery, he's one of the very few pieces looking to be apart of our future. Obviously, the right deal would get him. But Ainge won't make that deal unless we clearly win. I'm pretty pumped about Boston's future. Smart-Avery is lock down defense in the backcourt. We need a big, desperately though. PlayPoorForOkafor.
The guy that goes unnoticed when people talk about Ware/Von (Knighton that is). Our offseason will be better than most expect, as they think we're going to lose everyone and assume John Elway ruined our salary making us be in cap hell for the next five years, which is farthest from the truth. I have faith in John Elway, as he's been arguably the best GM in football since taking over.
I've been alright, and you?
In fairness, they lost everyone to injury. If they had Palmer, Ellington, Dockett, Abraham, Washington and a 100% Tyrann, you could argue they would be the best in football.
No offense taken. A hot Baltimore team is just as scary as playing New England in New England. Lose-Lose situation for us. I experienced what it was like to play against playoff Joe a couple years ago.
If Rodgers is anywhere near healthy, they should shred that Dallas D. Not too worried about that. I'm also rooting hard for Carolina.
Well, Chris Harris, the only CB to not give up a TD took a team friendly deal. That helps a lot. One way or another we're going to lock up Demaryius, not worried about that. We should be able to lock up Julius, considering he's been hurt and has shown nothing in the blocking department. If I'm being honest I'm starting to prefer Virgil Green. He's a damn good blocker with athletic potential. Welker will be gone, no doubt. That clears up some cap. Rahim Moore is gone, whatever. He's so average, nothing more, nothing less. We'll more than likely lose Orlando Franklin, which could hurt, but it'll also set up a near guarantee that we go OL in the first round. The one player that I expect to lose and it will hurt a good amount, is Terrance Knighton, aka, Pot Roast. He's an animal, amazing against the run and capable of pushing the interior back.
Assuming that's 2nd or 3rd round for Hundley, I don't mind it. At the same time, I don't think a QB is at the top of the list for needs. Work on that defense. Plug anyone in Chip's system and you know you're going to be a borderline top 10 offense at worst. I think you should cut ties with McCoy. He's a great player, but he was not very good this past year, and he's being paid a lot in a system that can make anyone successful. I think you have to use that money to bring back Maclin and work on the defense. Maclin, Mathews, Ertz and Celek is a damn good receiving core for your system, especially when you account for Mathews and Ertz progressing. Having Marcus Smith for next year should help quite a bit on defense as well.
Who you got? I have all four teams coming off a bye winning.
I don't exactly disagree with your Cardinals comment, it's just that I don't think it'll be enough to lose the division. We'll see if they lose against Seattle again or if Seattle wins against SF/Philly.
They're a solid team, Cleveland that is. If they sneak into the playoffs, watch out. By that time they'll have a 100% Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron. Could play upset to New England or Denver if they catch them on a bad day.
This SEA-SF game is very unpredictable, or at least in my opinion. Seattle on the road or SF who has been struggling mightily? This is a must win for SF. They haven't looked good at all in their wins, not getting any healthier and I doubt they win @ Seattle. Should be fun.
I hope you enjoy your first game, although unfortunately I have Dallas winning at home (with you guys taking the 2nd game). I almost went to my first game against New England earlier this year, thank god I didn't.
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