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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2017 10:25 pm    Post subject: Mock 4.5: kinda Lit Reply with quote

HC: Bowles
OC: Matt Nagy
DC: Rogers

Cuts:
Darrelle Revis
Marcus Gilchrist
Buster Skrine
David Harris
Breno Giacomini
Nick Mangold
Ryan Clady
Nick Folk

Trades:
WR Brandon Marshall to the Baltimore Ravens for their 2017 5th round pick
DT Sheldon Richardson to the Oakland Raiders for their 2017 3rd round pick

Re-Signings:
Wes Johnson
Bruce Carter
Marcus Williams

Free Agency:
CB AJ Bouye
LT Riley Reiff
TE Luke Willson
ILB Perry Rilley
FS Tony Jefferson
C JC Tretter
QB Brian Hoyer

Comp picks:
Snacks: 4th
Ivory: 6th

Draft:
R1: Derek Barnett DE/OLB Tennessee
R2: Christian McCaffrey RB Stanford
R3: Jake Butt TE Michigan
R3: Kevin King CB Washington
R4: Ryan Switzer WR UNC
R5: Jon Toth C/OG Kentucky
R5: Fabian Moreau CB UCLA
R6: John Heck OT UNC
R6: Nate Iese FB UCLA
R7: Adam Griffith K Alabama

Depth Chart:
QB: Hoyer vs Hack vs Petty
RB: Forte, Powell, McCaffrey
FB: Iese
WR: Decker, Enunwa, Anderson, Switzer, Peake, Marshall vs Smith
TE: ASJ, Willson, Butt
LT: Reiff, Heck
LG: Carp, Toth
C: Johnson vs Tretter
RG: Winters, Doizer
RT: Shell, Qvale

DE: Wilkerson, Thomas
NT: Simon, McLendon
DT: Williams, Johnson
SAM: Jenkins vs Mauldin
MIKE: Carter vs Rilley
WILL: Lee, Stanford
RUSH: Barnett, Bishop vs Beltre
CB: Bouye, Burris, Roberts, King, Williams, Moreau
FS: Jefferson, Middleton
SS: Pryor vs Miles

P: Edwards
K: Griffith
RS: Marshall/McCaffrey
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2017 10:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It would really take that much to land AJ McCarron a year before he is supposed to hit free agency? That's too rich for my blood.
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NewAge wrote:
It would really take that much to land AJ McCarron a year before he is supposed to hit free agency? That's too rich for my blood.

That's my thinking. That's a big price for a guy that's only made 3 starts in his career. I'm not against trading for him, but now what's almost the same value as a mid 2nd Rounder.

On the the Mock...
I don't dislike it. Except Khalil is a risk and might not answer our hole at LT. And I think Tabor at 6 is awful. Dude might not even be the best cb on his team nevermind in the whole draft.
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NewAge wrote:
It would really take that much to land AJ McCarron a year before he is supposed to hit free agency? That's too rich for my blood.


I feel like if your a team that views him as a starter that isn't a high price to pay. Plus then you have the rights to franchise him for a year if you are still undecided.
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rdelaney89 wrote:
NewAge wrote:
It would really take that much to land AJ McCarron a year before he is supposed to hit free agency? That's too rich for my blood.


I feel like if your a team that views him as a starter that isn't a high price to pay. Plus then you have the rights to franchise him for a year if you are still undecided.
I agree. I'd take the chance on AJ at this value.
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I don't think Forte is going anywhere. I keep seeing people say trade him, but I don't think we can with his contract. The problem wasn't Forte, it was how he was used. Him and Powell should have been rotated more, hopefully our next OC utilizes him better.
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Jetsfandan423 wrote:
I don't think Forte is going anywhere. I keep seeing people say trade him, but I don't think we can with his contract. The problem wasn't Forte, it was how he was used. Him and Powell should have been rotated more, hopefully our next OC utilizes him better.

By utilize him better you really mean utilize him less though. Playing Powell more than Forte is what we should do if we keep both.
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Bobby816 wrote:
Jetsfandan423 wrote:
I don't think Forte is going anywhere. I keep seeing people say trade him, but I don't think we can with his contract. The problem wasn't Forte, it was how he was used. Him and Powell should have been rotated more, hopefully our next OC utilizes him better.

By utilize him better you really mean utilize him less though. Playing Powell more than Forte is what we should do if we keep both.



Not necessarily less, but the split should be more even between the two. I think Forte and Powell are fine, but would love to see us add a bruiser RB to have behind them. I know we added Khiry Robinson for that reason, but he had some terrible luck with injuries.
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I wouldnt trade a pick for AJMac at least not that high. We need every pick we get our hands on. This team is way too old. I really want Tyrod on a 3-4 year deal at maybe 15 per, first two years guaranteed. We can keep developing our QBs and probably look to take one in 2018 who could still get a year or two of sitting.

We did not use Forte wrong. It took him nearly 35 carries again to eclipse 100 yards. Hes old and slow and not explosive at all. Does he ever break tackles? I would cut him and eat the money and go younger. He shouldnt have gotten even have the carries he got.
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I wouldnt trade a pick for AJMac at least not that high. We need every pick we get our hands on. This team is way too old. I really want Tyrod on a 3-4 year deal at maybe 15 per, first two years guaranteed. We can keep developing our QBs and probably look to take one in 2018 who could still get a year or two of sitting.

We did not use Forte wrong. It took him nearly 35 carries again to eclipse 100 yards. Hes old and slow and not explosive at all. Does he ever break tackles? I would cut him and eat the money and go younger. He shouldnt have gotten even have the carries he got.

You do realize that would make Petty a FA by the time Tyrod guaranteed would be done and Hack with just a year left with no experience starting?
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I like the idea of Jefferson and I'm a huge fan of Connor. The rest of it leaves a lot to be desired. You didn't really address the o-line enough in my opinion. Taking a tight end in the 2nd isn't something I'm a fan of. The trades are highly unrealistic or just not gonna happen. Green Bay and Baltimore aren't known to trade their picks (especially for guys in their 30s) they build through the draft. Giving up those draft picks for AJ is giving up a lot. Sheldon very well could get us a 3rd rounder more likely a 4th
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Bobby816 wrote:
ekill08x wrote:
I wouldnt trade a pick for AJMac at least not that high. We need every pick we get our hands on. This team is way too old. I really want Tyrod on a 3-4 year deal at maybe 15 per, first two years guaranteed. We can keep developing our QBs and probably look to take one in 2018 who could still get a year or two of sitting.

We did not use Forte wrong. It took him nearly 35 carries again to eclipse 100 yards. Hes old and slow and not explosive at all. Does he ever break tackles? I would cut him and eat the money and go younger. He shouldnt have gotten even have the carries he got.

You do realize that would make Petty a FA by the time Tyrod guaranteed would be done and Hack with just a year left with no experience starting?


Im assuming were going to make a real move up to draft one next year in a what looks like a better class. However who knows. We might even have a decent one on this roster. Tyrod would be a solid stopgap for now until we find a guy we consider cant miss and make an aggressive move.
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ekill08x wrote:
Bobby816 wrote:
ekill08x wrote:
I wouldnt trade a pick for AJMac at least not that high. We need every pick we get our hands on. This team is way too old. I really want Tyrod on a 3-4 year deal at maybe 15 per, first two years guaranteed. We can keep developing our QBs and probably look to take one in 2018 who could still get a year or two of sitting.

We did not use Forte wrong. It took him nearly 35 carries again to eclipse 100 yards. Hes old and slow and not explosive at all. Does he ever break tackles? I would cut him and eat the money and go younger. He shouldnt have gotten even have the carries he got.

You do realize that would make Petty a FA by the time Tyrod guaranteed would be done and Hack with just a year left with no experience starting?


Im assuming were going to make a real move up to draft one next year in a what looks like a better class. However who knows. We might even have a decent one on this roster. Tyrod would be a solid stopgap for now until we find a guy we consider cant miss and make an aggressive move.

The FO needs to decide something this offseason. All this Tyrod talk might be nothing bc he might stay in buffalo. But even if he hits the market what does picking him up do for the next few years? For starters makes the Petty and Hack picks pointless. It also sets us back a few years in trying to find a franchise guy. While I think Tyrod is good I don't see a great QB that should be getting paid 15-20mill a year. We NEED to find our own franchise QB, not other teams rejects. For me the best scenario is play Hack all year. See what he has. He could be great or he could be awful, but atleast that question is answered. We then would know if he's awful to draft a QB high next year possibly even trade up. To add to that if Hack is awful odds are we will be drafting high already meaning the price to trade up is cheaper. Now that's worse case. Best case is Hack is the answer and we have our QB for the next 15yrs. I'd rather see us build up the roster on defense and the oline before turning the page on a guy that hasn't even taken a snap yet. Nevermind how much Tyrod would limit us in FA bc of us 15-20mill cap hit for the next few years.
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Bobby816 wrote:
ekill08x wrote:
Bobby816 wrote:
ekill08x wrote:
I wouldnt trade a pick for AJMac at least not that high. We need every pick we get our hands on. This team is way too old. I really want Tyrod on a 3-4 year deal at maybe 15 per, first two years guaranteed. We can keep developing our QBs and probably look to take one in 2018 who could still get a year or two of sitting.

We did not use Forte wrong. It took him nearly 35 carries again to eclipse 100 yards. Hes old and slow and not explosive at all. Does he ever break tackles? I would cut him and eat the money and go younger. He shouldnt have gotten even have the carries he got.

You do realize that would make Petty a FA by the time Tyrod guaranteed would be done and Hack with just a year left with no experience starting?


Im assuming were going to make a real move up to draft one next year in a what looks like a better class. However who knows. We might even have a decent one on this roster. Tyrod would be a solid stopgap for now until we find a guy we consider cant miss and make an aggressive move.

The FO needs to decide something this offseason. All this Tyrod talk might be nothing bc he might stay in buffalo. But even if he hits the market what does picking him up do for the next few years? For starters makes the Petty and Hack picks pointless. It also sets us back a few years in trying to find a franchise guy. While I think Tyrod is good I don't see a great QB that should be getting paid 15-20mill a year. We NEED to find our own franchise QB, not other teams rejects. For me the best scenario is play Hack all year. See what he has. He could be great or he could be awful, but atleast that question is answered. We then would know if he's awful to draft a QB high next year possibly even trade up. To add to that if Hack is awful odds are we will be drafting high already meaning the price to trade up is cheaper. Now that's worse case. Best case is Hack is the answer and we have our QB for the next 15yrs. I'd rather see us build up the roster on defense and the oline before turning the page on a guy that hasn't even taken a snap yet. Nevermind how much Tyrod would limit us in FA bc of us 15-20mill cap hit for the next few years.


They would move on from him because he is due $30M/a new head coach is coming in. Romo could be a real option for them. It's not that Tyrod is a bad player. plus he's only 27 and could play another decade if he is good.
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Bump for a edit yo
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