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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
    which QB would you align yourself with?
    Patrick MyHomie
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    LFFS is the master at going from goofball to boss

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionsfanfromsac View Post
    Patrick MyHomie
    Andy Reid has him locked and secured, fully protected Mahome and auto

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    Do you mean between tua, stafford or another free agent?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
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    Suh. I hear people talking about bringing him back. No thanks.

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    So are there anymore players you all would like to see the Lions bring in?

    I honestly wouldn't mind bringing Suh back. He's not the dominate force he used to be but he's productive, and doesn't miss time due to injuries. He's a business man though so he's going to go where the money is so I wouldn't want to overspend.

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    Another starting caliber DT and OL. Edge and CB depth too too considering this draft is not in the edge department (though Uche might be available in the 3rd). I know Okudah is likely the pick at #3 but veteran support would help development and not rush Okudah or Oruwariye. Trufant is CB#1. McRae does not count as he is ST depth only and if they are stupid enough to give him rotation time they should be fired on the spot. Nick Williams I have 0 faith as a quality starter after one good season in Chicago. Big V I don't think is a very good T but could be a good guard.

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    They should just say **** it...our D is gonna suck. Let's go ALL in on offense.

    Would have been cool to see them go out and get Gurley. Run him out there with Kerryon.

    Add another lineman. Add another WR or two.

    If you're gonna lose, might as well lose 45-42 instead of 45-12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whooligun View Post
    They should just say **** it...our D is gonna suck. Let's go ALL in on offense.

    Would have been cool to see them go out and get Gurley. Run him out there with Kerryon.

    Add another lineman. Add another WR or two.

    If you're gonna lose, might as well lose 45-42 instead of 45-12.
    Ahh yes. Let's bring in a RB with shattered knees pair him with a RB with shattered knees

    SOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocket View Post
    Ahh yes. Let's bring in a RB with shattered knees pair him with a RB with shattered knees

    SOL
    On a one year deal with limited snaps. Why not?

    Load up the offense with high ceiling players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whooligun View Post
    On a one year deal with limited snaps. Why not?

    Load up the offense with high ceiling players.
    ehh

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    Quote Originally Posted by whooligun View Post
    On a one year deal with limited snaps. Why not?

    Load up the offense with high ceiling players.
    I feel like roster spots for broken players should be used by teams with a chance to win

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
    I feel like roster spots for broken players should be used by teams with a chance to win
    Beats the current strategy. (Do they have a strategy?)

    You have to play off your strengths. As sad as it is, the strength of this team is at QB lololol. That shows you how bad they are.

    Quinn & Patricia have been trying to force their own system, and on top of that, every year they keep trying to fill holes to have a more balanced roster. That's an easy recipe for mediocrity.

    You have to be GREAT at something. (Other than being ******).

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    Quote Originally Posted by whooligun View Post
    Beats the current strategy. (Do they have a strategy?)

    You have to play off your strengths. As sad as it is, the strength of this team is at QB lololol. That shows you how bad they are.

    Quinn & Patricia have been trying to force their own system, and on top of that, every year they keep trying to fill holes to have a more balanced roster. That's an easy recipe for mediocrity.

    You have to be GREAT at something. (Other than being ******).
    https://www.rotoworld.com/video/nfl/whats-detroits-plan

    (tried to encode the video but seems I forgot how)

    basically it sounds just like the way we sound on the forum, mixed with a bunch of Patriots talk because the Lions can't even fill a 10 minute video without talking Pats

    my favorite lines:

    the Lions have been crap for 50 years
    the coach is a butthole
    lol

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    Nice find. Pretty much everything we say, and yes, of course, less than 50% of the time are they actually talking about the Lions, even though it's supposed to be about Detroit.

    How many times have we seen them get rid of a talented player, only to have to waste a high pick replacing them?

    Goodbye Suh, dont take Donald, instead take Ebron. Next draft spend high 2nd on AShawn Robinson out of necessity, WR Michael Thomas was the next pick. Would have been a nice Calvin replacement, the guy they let retire instead of trading for a pick. Instead, they spent most of their FA budget overpaying for Marvin Jones to replace him.

    It just goes on and on. Cut Ebron, spend 8th overall pick on Hockenson.

    Rinse and repeat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whooligun View Post
    Nice find. Pretty much everything we say, and yes, of course, less than 50% of the time are they actually talking about the Lions, even though it's supposed to be about Detroit.

    How many times have we seen them get rid of a talented player, only to have to waste a high pick replacing them?

    Goodbye Suh, dont take Donald, instead take Ebron. Next draft spend high 2nd on AShawn Robinson out of necessity, WR Michael Thomas was the next pick. Would have been a nice Calvin replacement, the guy they let retire instead of trading for a pick. Instead, they spent most of their FA budget overpaying for Marvin Jones to replace him.

    It just goes on and on. Cut Ebron, spend 8th overall pick on Hockenson.

    Rinse and repeat.
    Pretty much



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