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PostPosted: Fri Jan 15, 2016 2:47 pm    Post subject: Fracdaddy14's 2016 Mock Offseason/Draft Reply with quote

2016 NEW YORK GIANTS MOCK/ANALYSIS

Head Coach:
Ben McAdoo

Offensive Coordinator:
Mike Sullivan

Defensive Coordinator:
Steve Spagnuola



ROSTER OVERVIEW (Salaries Provided by OTC, FA Contract Estimates from OTC if available):


OFFENSE:

Quarterbacks
Eli Manning- $24,200,000
Ryan Nassib- $788,400

- Not much to say here. Eli is entrenched as the starter and Nassib is the backup. The only issue here is deciding whether Nassib has shown enough to be the long-term backup and/or future QB as he is in the last year of his contract.

Also On the Roster
G.J. Kinne- $450,000


Running Backs
Rashad Jennings- $2,812,500
Shane Vereen- $4,916,666
Nikita Whitlock (FB)- $525,000
Orleans Darkwa- ERFA (RESIGN)- $600,000


Kenneth Dixon- $491,928 (DRAFT)

- Shane Vereen remains the passing-down back with Rashad Jennings handling early downs. Andre Williams is just a plodder and his roster spot is in serious jeopardy. Kenneth Dixon was drafted to offer a good alternative to Williams and an all-purpose backup to Jennings. Orleans Darkwa plays well on special teams and has shown at times at RB too. Nikita Whitlock should return at FB and hopefully not have to play DT. It is possible if Whitlock is slow to return, his roster spot could go to another position and a TE could fill in at FB.

Also On Roster
Andre Williams- $713,400 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)



Wide Receivers
Odell Beckham- $2,838,054
Victor Cruz- $9,900,000 (RESTRUCTURED)
Dwayne Harris- $3,800,000
Geremy Davis- $556,771


Rishard Matthews- 4yrs, $18m- ($4,500,000 Cap Hit)


Pharoh Cooper- $620,125 (DRAFT)

- The Giants were running 3-WR sets with Myles White and Ben Edwards. That should not be allowed to happen again. Victor Cruz should return with a restructured contract to lower his overall salary. With Odell Beckham and Dwayne Harris returning, the position should be supplemented with a free agent and a draft pick. Rishard Matthews, Marvin Jones, and Mohammed Sanu are free agents options who should be targeted. Matthews broke out in 2015 and would provide a good compliment to OBJ. Cooper or Sterling Shepherd would provide Cruz insurance and another option for multi-WR sets we may see more of this year. There should be a spot for a 6th WR and Geremy Davis wins it because he was a Reece draft pick.

Also On Roster
Ben Edwards- $450,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Tavarres King- $600,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Free Agents
Marcus Harris- ERFA (LET GO)
Myles White- ERFA (RESIGNED- DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Hakeem Nicks- UFA (LET GO)
Rueben Randle- UFA (LET GO)



Tight End
Will Tye- ERFA- $600,000 (RESIGNED)
Larry Donnell- RFA- $1,526,000 (RESIGNED)


Garrett Celek- 2yrs, $2.5m ($1,250,000 Cap Hit)

- Tye and Donnell return. There are some decent cheap options at TE in free agency such as Garrett Celek, James Hanna, Craig Stevens, and Logan Paulson. Martellus Bennett may be cut and could return as well. Giants should target 1-2 overall.

Also On Roster
Matt LaCrosse- $450,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Free Agents
Jerome Cunningham- ERFA (RESIGNED- DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)



Center
Weston Richburg- $1,330,185
Brett Jones- $450,000

- Richburg established himself as a top C. Jones will be in the mix for the backup job and may win it if healthy.

Also On Roster
Sean McDermott- $450,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Free Agents
Dallas Reynolds- UFA (LET GO)



Guards
Justin Pugh- $2,655,513
John Jerry- $1,900,000
Bobby Hart- $542,897


Kelechi Osemele- 5yrs, $40m ($8,000,000 Cap Hit)

- Osemele is the big acquisition I've put in. Geoff Schwartz is good when healthy, but that is never the case. I like him, but we can't count on him. Osemele is a top OG who even played OT at various times. As Eli gets older, he would solidify our OL. Pugh played very well moving to OG. He will get a contract extension, but has an extra year left with the 5th year option. Bobby Hart is the player I'm hoping takes a step forward, even if its just as a 6th OL. Jerry isn't what you want, but he is versatile, not that terrible, and already under contract.

Also On Roster
Geoff Schwartz- $4,908,333 (CUT)
Free Agents
Brandon Mosley- UFA (LET GO)
Adam Gettis- RFA (LET GO)



Offensive Tackles
Ereck Flowers- $3,270,871
Will Beatty- $9,175,000
Marshall Newhouse- $1,700,000

- With Beatty healthy, the same projected trio for last year returns. Beatty should be the RT with Flowers staying at LT. Flowers's potential improvements aided by health have me very excited.

Also On Roster
Emmett Cleary- $525,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Jake Rodgers- $450,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)



DEFENSE:

Defensive Tackles
Jonathan Hankins- $1,282,491 (SIGNED TO CONTRACT EXTENTION)
Jay Bromley- $805,969
Barry Cofield- UFA (RESIGNED)- 1yr, $870,000


Derek Wolfe- 5yrs, $35m ($7,000,000 Cap Hit)

- Big Hank is established as a great starter, but another pocket-pushing DT would really help. Assuming Denver resigns Malik Jackson, Derek Wolfe should be that target. A 3-4 DE, he should fit in naturally at UT. He would be a big aid to our DL. Jay Bromley became a solid rotational player. A leader-type veteran should round out the unit. Barry Cofield makes as much sense as anyone, but this can be a number of guys. Just as long as Markus Kuhn isn't one of them.

Also On Roster
Montori Hughes- $675,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Louis Nix- $600,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Free Agents
Cullen Jenkins- UFA (LET GO)
Markus Kuhn- UFA (LET GO)



Defensive Ends
Owa Odigihizuwa- $745,125
Kerry Wynn- $600,000
Robert Ayers- UFA (RESIGNED)- 2yrs, $8m ($4,000,000 CAP HIT)


Shaq Lawson- $2,654,937 (DRAFT)


Justin Tuck- 1yr, $4m ($4,000,000 Cap Hit)

- Owa is already in tow and Shaq Lawson drafted in the 1st round, we have a pair of DEs for the future. I'd like to add veterans on either side to compliment and teach our young guys. Robert Ayers returns to team with Owa at RDE and the Tuck returns from his Oakland exodus to team with Shaq Lawson at LDE. Kerry Wynn stays on for depth and to be the run-stopper. With young talent and solid vets mixed, JPP will be allowed to walk.

Also On Roster
Stansly Maponga- $675,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Brad Bars- $450,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Team Free Agents
Jason Pierre-Paul- UFA (LET GO)
George Selvie- UFA (LET GO)



Linebackers
Devon Kennard- $636,140
J.T. Thomas- $4,000,000
Jonathan Casillas- $3,166,666


Danny Trevathan- 5yrs, $26m ($5,200,000 Cap Hit)


Tyler Matakevich- $566,238 (DRAFT)


Victor Ochi- $466,770 (DRAFT)

- Like Schwartz, Beason just can't be counted on. Whether he retires or not, he is gone. Leadership is needed up and down the roster. Danny Trevathan was added in free agency (assuming Broncos resign Brandon Marshall) and Temple LB Tyler Matakevich in the draft. Kennard stays on at SLB. J.T. Thomas and Jonathan Casillas are versatile and will be backups. Victor Ochi has potential as a pass-rushing SLB and fulfills our Stony Brook rookie quota.

On the Roster
Jon Beason- $6,566,668 (CUT)
Uani Unga- $525,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
James Morris- $525,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Nico Johnson- $600,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Free Agents
Jaspar Brinkley- UFA (LET GO)



Safeties
Landon Collins- $1,391,036
Nat Behre- $648,000
Mykkele Thompson- $492,614


Reggie Nelson- 2yrs, $11m ($5,500,000 Cap Hit)

- Collins would be best served moving to SS permanently and Reggie Nelson would allow that. Tashaun Gipson is a possibility, but I have enough long-term deals in this mock. We can look to groom a future FS, but a veteran should be added. Nelson was also a captain and Cincinnati and we need leadership. Behre and Thompson look good enough to make the team as backups if healthy.

Also On Roster
Cooper Taylor- $600,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Justin Currie- $450,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Free Agents
Bennett Jackson- ERFA (RESIGNED- DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Craig Dahl- UFA (LET GO)
Brandon Meriweather- UFA (LET GO)



Cornerbacks
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie- $8,000,000
Prince Amukamara- UFA (RESIGNED)- 4yrs, $30m ($7,500,000 Cap Hit)
Tevin Wade- $675,000
Trumaine McBride- UFA (RESIGNED)- 2yrs, $3m ($1,500,000 Cap Hit)


Eli Apple-$ 986,879 (DRAFT)


Kyle Wilson- 2yrs, $4m ($2,000,000 Cap Hit)

- Like every year, the CB position was derailed by injuries. Prince can't stay healthy for a full year, but he is great when healthy. With CBs at a high cost, resigning Prince makes sense. Apple is raw, but provides a potential shut-down CB that could replace DRC in a year. A free agent slot-CB like Kyle Wilson along with Trumaine McBride and Tevin Wade provide depth.

Also On Roster
Jayron Hosley- $796,250 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Tramain Jacobs- $600,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Leon McFadden- $675,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)



SPECIAL TEAMS
LS- Mark Herzalich- $1,400,000
K- Josh Brown- UFA (RESIGNED)- 1yr, $1.5m


P- Thomas Morstead- 2yrs, $4m ($2,000,000 Cap Hit)

- Brad Wing is a decent punter, but Josh Brown is a consistent kicker who should return. Brown, however, is not great on kickoffs. With the Saints in a major cap crunch, Thomas Morstead is a likely victim. Morstead would be just as good as a P and would provide an upgrade on KOs. This would help the defense with field position. Herzalich is already signed and should get a look at LS. DeOssie is coming off an injury and is a FA.

Also On Roster
K- Tom Obarski- $450,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
LS- Tyler Ott- $450,000 (DOESN’T MAKE FINAL CUTS)
Free Agents
P- Brad Wing- RFA (LET GO)
LS- Zak DeOssie- UFA (LET GO)




MOCK DRAFT:

Round 1
Shaq Lawson- DE- 6’2- 270- Clemson
Quote:
NFLDRAFTSCOUT PREVIEW:
STRENGTHS: Lawson's compact frame and power make him equally effective against the run and the pass, where he shows surprising initial quickness and agility as well as a terrific motor. He has quick, strong hands to create push with his upper-body strength, showing the fluid lower body to drive his legs and smoothly change directions based on his reads.

Lawson is terrific leveraging blocks off the edge, using an iron shoulder and natural body flexibility to dictate his path and beat single blocks. Does a nice job setting the edge and playing contain, working off his blocks to the outside and finishing in space.

WEAKNESSES: Lawson needs to do a better job with his recoil to reset and react to inside runs.

IN OUR VIEW: Lawson's heavy hands allow him to stack and hold his side of the line of scrimmage. He is a power player with the lower body athleticism to be equally dominant against the run and the pass, putting his draft value in the early rounds.




Round 2
Eli Apple- CB- 6’1- 200- Ohio St
Quote:
NFLDRAFTSCOUT PREVIEW:
STRENGTHS: Tall, athletic frame with long arms and solid build. Coordinated athlete to bracket receivers downfield and consistently stay in phase. Controlled hop and footwork in his transition, using clean hip motion to mirror in man coverage.

Disruptive and uses his length to keep receivers uncomfortable. Highly aggressive at the catch point with a "my ball" mentality. Competitive and not shy to take on blocks or throw his body around as a run defender. Physical once engaged to shed blockers on the perimeter.

Improved route anticipation and field/sideline leverage while in man coverage. Tough-minded with a short memory, not allowing negative plays linger. Survivor mentality and developed strong work habits at a young age. Battle-tested with experience in man and zone coverage.

WEAKNESSES: Too hands-on downfield and lacks savvy at the top of routes. Obvious target for penalties due to undisciplined hand placement, grabbing too much cloth. Experienced in press coverage at the line of scrimmage, but needs to improve his balance and jam technique. Tends to open his hips too early and struggles to recognize routes from bail position, creating too much of a cushion and allowing too many comeback completions.

Plays too fast in pursuit, leading to overaggressive angles and missed tackles. Needs to improve his feel for the ball when back is to the line of scrimmage, struggling with timing.

IN OUR VIEW: Apple possesses several traits for the cornerback position that translate well to the next level with his size, length and athleticism. Apple isn't afraid to be physical and contest at the top of routes, but he's still learning what he can get away with and what will draw flags - desired length for the position, but NFL teams will be forced to live and die with his hands-on contact while he figures it out.

He is also an aggressive run defender, but needs to be more measured with his break down mechanics as a tackler. Apple is still very young and with that comes discipline issues, but he consistently stays in phase in press or off-man coverage and has upside.




Round 3
Pharoh Cooper- WR- 5’11- 208- South Carolina
Quote:
NFLDRAFTSCOUT PREVIEW:
STRENGTHS: As his production indicates, Cooper served as a jack-of-all trades for the Gamecocks and projects as a similarly versatile player in the NFL.

Shows vision, subtle cuts and balance to absorb a hit and keep his feet, traits which will help him maintain a steady role as a returner. He's quick to the hole, wasting no time dancing and accelerates smoothly.

Cooper generally has good hands, exhibiting impressive body control and hand-eye coordination to pluck throws from outside of his frame. He appears to be more comfortable coming back toward the ball rather than tracking it over his shoulder at this time.

He was even utilized often as a wildcat quarterback in 2015 to take advantage of his versatility.

WEAKNESSES: Cooper wasn't asked to run many complicated routes in South Carolina's offense, often going in motion for quick dump-offs, quick-screens or verticals. Does not possess the elite breakaway speed that his five career scores of 70-plus yards would indicate. Not stout enough to routinely handle carries at the next level. Ball protection could be an issue.

When asked to run more intricate routes like post-corners, Cooper shows that he's still a work in progress as a route-runner, shuffling rather than exploding out of his cuts.

COMPARES TO: Golden Tate, Lions - Cooper reminds of the Lions' all-purpose standout physically, using a combination of agility, ballskills and toughness to make plays as a runner, receiver and returner.

IN OUR VIEW: Cooper is an electric athlete in the open field with light feet and creative moves to easily redirect his momentum without slowing down. And those change of direction skills allow him to separate in his routes with the speed and vision to eliminate pursuit angles. Cooper lacks ideal size and strength, but can impact the game in several ways on offense and special teams, which boosts his NFL value.




Round 4
Tyler Matakevich- LB- 6’0- 232- Temple
Quote:
NFLDRAFTSCOUT PREVIEW:
STRENGTHS: The unquestioned leader of the Owls, Matakevich doesn't play with hesitation, showing terrific first step quickness and anticipation to read and react with little wasted movement. He takes smart angles with strong hands to make finger-tip tackles and take-on blocks, shedding to unglue himself from bodies.

Matakevich has terrific timing as a blitzer (four sacks) and plays like a controlled mad man, hitting another gear once he sees red. He also does a nice job floating in zone coverage to attack throwing lanes and break up throws .

WEAKNESSES: Matakevich isn't physically impressive with average size and athleticism, although he makes up for his lack of quick-twitch change of direction with smart movements. He will be overaggressive at times and abandon run lanes, biting on play fakes and struggling to make off-balanced tackles.

IN OUR VIEW: Matakevich is extremely physical, which will work against him at times, but his football awareness and hustle jump off the screen as the unquestioned leader of one of the country's top defenses.




Round 5
Kenneth Dixon- RB- 5’10- 212- Louisiana Tech
Quote:
NFLDRAFTSCOUT PREVIEW:
STRENGTHS: Compact build and has enough body armor to take punishment. Balanced athlete with controlled quickness to make sharp cuts in short areas. Not explosive, but patient with excellent vision and feel to pick through a crowd.

Runs and reads with decisiveness. Physical when going north-south to keep his feet and gain every inch, giving it all he has on each run. Knows where the chains are and understands situational football. Heady, tough blocker, using his base strength and a mean attitude, identifying blitzers pre-snap. Reliable hands as a pass-catcher and will run routes.

Passionate self-starter and hard-nosed. Proven and durable workhorse as a four-year starter, always running energetic into the fourth quarter. Highly productive as the school's all-time leading rusher (4,480).

WEAKNESSES: Lacks the frame to add more bulk. Only average initial burst and acceleration and not a sudden athlete. Lacks elusive qualities and will struggle to create his own yardage, dancing too much and getting himself in trouble going east-west. Will take some wasted steps at times.

Average-at-best downfield speed with only one gear. Needs to show more consistent pad level and stay parallel to ground level - bad habit of dipping his shoulder to fend off contact. Lacks ideal power to consistently break tackles. Ball security needs improvements with 14 career fumbles.

Has a lot of wear and tear on his body with almost 900 career touches on offense. Several minor dings on his medical report, including missing a pair of games in 2015 due to a sore ankle.

IN OUR VIEW: Dixon was consistently productive and efficient over his Louisiana Tech career, averaging 5.6 yards per rush and 11.0 yards per catch and became the school's all-time leading rusher as a junior. There isn't much that separates him athletically as a runner with only average size, burst and power, but he understands the subtleties of the position with the vision, decision-making and toughness to get every yard he can.

Dixon might never be a bell-cow starter in the NFL, but he will be a quality addition to a running back committee with his well-rounded run style to contribute as a receiver and blocker in pass protection.




Round 6
Victor Ochi- LB- 6’2- 250- Stony Brook
Quote:
NFLDRAFTSCOUT PREVIEW:
STRENGTHS: Well-built throughout his core with a strong upper body to abuse blockers with his hands. He launches himself out of his stance and doesn't lose momentum in his rush, dipping and ripping to fend off edge blockers and shave the corner.

Ochi tracks the ball well to mirror vs. the run and plays with the play speed and motor that makes him tough to contain, especially against FCS competition.

WEAKNESSES: Shorter than ideal. His movements lack twitch and he needs to improve his snap anticipation.

IN OUR VIEW: Ochi has attracted attention from NFL scouts and should receive an invitation to the Senior Bowl or another pre-draft all-star game.




DEPTH CHART:
QB- Eli Manning/Ryan Nassib
RB- Rashad Jennings/Shane Vereen/Kenneth Dixon/Orleans Darkwa
FB- Nikita Whitlock
WR- Odell Beckham/Rishard Matthews/Victor Cruz/Pharoh Cooper/Dwayne Harris/Geremy Davis
TE- Will Tye/Garrett Celek/Larry Donnell
C- Weston Richburg/Brett Jones
OG- Kelechi Oseleme/Justin Pugh/John Jerry/Bobby Hart
OT- Ereck Flowers/William Beatty/Marshall Newhouse

DT- Jonathan Hankins/Derek Wolfe/Jay Bromley/Barry Cofield
DE- Robert Ayers/Shaq Lawson/Owa Odigihizuwa/Justin Tuck/Kerry Wynn
MLB- Danny Trevathan/Jonathan Casillas
SLB- Devon Kennard/Victor Ochi
WLB- Tyler Matakevich/J.T. Thomas
SS- Landon Collins/Nat Behre
FS- Reggie Nelson/Mykkele Thompson
CB- Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie/Prince Amukamara/Kyle Wilson/Eli Apple/Trumaine McBride/Tevin Wade

K- Josh Brown
P- Thomas Morstead
LS- Mark Herzalich
KR/PR- Dwayne Harris



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Kyle Wilson isn't really a name I've seen before but would be a nice depth pickup. I highly doubt we let Brad Wing go. He played better than decent last year. I'd personally leave Beatty at LT and let Flowers take over in another year or so. Let's leverage his physicality to dominate the right side while he improves technically. The weakest part I see is the DEs. We'd be relying a lot on a rookie and on Ayers. To me, Ayers only had a great statistical year because JPP came back and took the attention off Ayers. In your mock, Ayers would be the #1 DE and would effectively disappear. It also puts way too much faith in OO working out. He has the upside but injuries have kept him off the field. With the Giants luck, OO and Tuck go down with injuries before they even play a down that counts and now we're looking at Ayers, Wynn and the rookie. That is very dangerous.

Love some of the other FA pickups though.
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LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE PHAROH COOPER. BEST SLOT WR IN THE DRAFT.

No tuck or nelson due to age and in tucks case injury.

love wolfe-had a monster year
nice, wilson for depth
Tyler Matakevich is a maniac, i love the way he plays. Very aggressive and a good blitzing LB.

not sold on Lawson

I like Matthews but I dont see the need. With OBJ, Cruz, Randle (LOL JK), Cooper, Harris, and davis, I'd rather spend else where
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yeah tuck coming off a torn pec (gee never heard that injury before) at age 33 no go
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Wolfe signed 4 year extension
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I like bringing tuck back. Leadership, run defence and kick inside. We don't need him to be double digit sack guy. More keep the defence inline
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bigblew wrote:
Wolfe signed 4 year extension


Not cool, I liked Wolfe better than Jackson, but so did the Broncos I guess. But basically I'll substitute Malik Jackson then in this mock. Both are really good players.
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This is honestly the worst mock ive ever seen
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mattbags2313 wrote:
LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE PHAROH COOPER. BEST SLOT WR IN THE DRAFT.

No tuck or nelson due to age and in tucks case injury.

love wolfe-had a monster year
nice, wilson for depth
Tyler Matakevich is a maniac, i love the way he plays. Very aggressive and a good blitzing LB.

not sold on Lawson

I like Matthews but I dont see the need. With OBJ, Cruz, Randle (LOL JK), Cooper, Harris, and davis, I'd rather spend else where


After you said OBJ, please elaborate wth youre talking about? We have Beckham and Harris is a silid 3-4, but outside that we are naked.
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bucsEST96 wrote:
This is honestly the worst mock ive ever seen


Care to elaborate yourself then?
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bucsEST96 wrote:
mattbags2313 wrote:
LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE PHAROH COOPER. BEST SLOT WR IN THE DRAFT.

No tuck or nelson due to age and in tucks case injury.

love wolfe-had a monster year
nice, wilson for depth
Tyler Matakevich is a maniac, i love the way he plays. Very aggressive and a good blitzing LB.

not sold on Lawson

I like Matthews but I dont see the need. With OBJ, Cruz, Randle (LOL JK), Cooper, Harris, and davis, I'd rather spend else where


After you said OBJ, please elaborate wth youre talking about? We have Beckham and Harris is a silid 3-4, but outside that we are naked.


regardless of anyone's opinion on this forum Cruz will be back next year. And taking Cooper would be huge an eliminate any need for a WR in FA. Our offense wasnt the issue this season, spend on defense. OBJ, Cruz, Harris and Cooper would be pretty solid. Watch some tape on cooper and you will see my point
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fracdaddy14 wrote:
bucsEST96 wrote:
This is honestly the worst mock ive ever seen


Care to elaborate yourself then?


Elaborate? Ok so we're gonna give Tuck 4mil, when we barely wanted to give him 2mill, 2yrs ago?

The effort you put in to this im not degrading. Its just a lackluster mock, and i pormised this offseason we have will mirror the Eagles "dream team" season. We are officially in win now mode.
Cruź shouldnt be cut unless he refuse a pay cut
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I'm working on a mock offseason myself and it's not easy when we have so many holes. Then to put it together with as much detail and presentation as this. Hats off to you bro. I might not agree with some of the moves but to say it's the worst mock ever is pretty rough and far from the truth. I appreciate the work gone into this.
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I think Cruz will take an outright paycut, not a restructure. I think Beatty takes a cut too.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 19, 2016 11:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kodaraw wrote:
I think Cruz will take an outright paycut, not a restructure. I think Beatty takes a cut too.


Agreed. Restructures don't really make sense for these guys. You restructure when you need cap space and you push it into guaranteed money down the line. We don't need cap space this year. We simply need to make smart moves. Pushing their guaranteed money years down the road when we need to sign Jonathan Hankins, OBJ in a couple years, and all the offensive lineman we've drafted in the past few years, doesn't make sense.

I do think they both will take light pay cuts though.
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