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ArrowheadRage58


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 06, 2015 10:27 pm    Post subject: Fix your chart Reply with quote

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Just want a better idea of what KC is facing week 1. Thanx
What do you disagree with? What do you think of some of the unknowns/rookies who will be starters/key players?
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dsorc


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 07, 2015 9:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The chart is fairly accurate. Here would be my corrections:
-Nobody has a clue who the QB will be
-Shorts is probably average rather than below. He will probably split time in the slot and outside. I will expect him to get about equal snaps as Strong over the whole year.
-If Clowney can't go, Mercilus plays ROLB and Simon plays LOLB with Jason Ankrah (listed at DE?) likely being their primary backup.
-Kareem Jackson does slip inside on nickel but he will still start and play more snaps that Kevin Johnson.
- David Quessenbery if healthy should be at least an average player. But, he might not be cleared to play for the whole year as he is still on a weak regiment of chemotherapy to ensure there is no recurrence of his cancer. God help us if any of our OL gets hurt.
-Another detail, we had been playing a 3-safety dime as our primary pass subpackage the last few years. With our turnover at safety we might end up with a new pass subpackage approach.
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treece300e


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 07, 2015 1:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mostly accurate, but I personally feel differently on a few:
Foster - High Quality rather than Good
Mercilus - Average (at least) rather than Below Average
Crick - Average rather than Below Average

Foster will inevitably miss a game or two, but when he's playing, he's one of the best in the league.

Mercilus definitely hasn't lived up to expectations as a 1st round pick, but I don't think he's below average at his position overall. And based on the other players on these charts listed as "below average" I think Merci is undoubtedly better than all of them.

Crick played pretty well last year as a full-time starter in a new scheme. I think he is overshadowed by Watt, and the expectations for him are higher as a 3-4 DE because Watt breaks the mold. However 56 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 4 TFLs, and 6 PBUs. Like Merci, comparing Crick to other players labeled "below average," he's more valuable than Tuggle, Dent, and even Mohammed, IMO.
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footyfan


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2015 10:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

treece300e wrote:
Mostly accurate, but I personally feel differently on a few:
Foster - High Quality rather than Good
Mercilus - Average (at least) rather than Below Average
Crick - Average rather than Below Average

Foster will inevitably miss a game or two, but when he's playing, he's one of the best in the league.

Mercilus definitely hasn't lived up to expectations as a 1st round pick, but I don't think he's below average at his position overall. And based on the other players on these charts listed as "below average" I think Merci is undoubtedly better than all of them.

Crick played pretty well last year as a full-time starter in a new scheme. I think he is overshadowed by Watt, and the expectations for him are higher as a 3-4 DE because Watt breaks the mold. However 56 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 4 TFLs, and 6 PBUs. Like Merci, comparing Crick to other players labeled "below average," he's more valuable than Tuggle, Dent, and even Mohammed, IMO.
Agree and I would also move Newton up to good as well - he was the third or fourth best RT in the league last season.
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