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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2017 1:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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For all those who have thrown in the towel on Goff, read this and reconsider your stance:
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=39414
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Fantastic find jrry.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2017 4:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DEE RAWL wrote:
jrry32 wrote:
For all those who have thrown in the towel on Goff, read this and reconsider your stance:
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=39414
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Fantastic find jrry.


I was looking for their thread on the Mike McCarthy hire for the inevitable temper tantrums that will follow us hiring a guy that isn't the "top candidate," and I just happened to stumble upon that. Laughing
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWnB6rmUauY
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Oline
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Dline depth
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

jrry32 wrote:
For all those who have thrown in the towel on Goff, read this and reconsider your stance:
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=39414
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Aarod was flawless out of the gate..I grew up watching Aaron in HS, played against him in JC (Shasta vs Butte). He grew up in my area (Chico, Ca) I knew from day 1 dude was special. He's the GOAT, hands down. Best ever. Don't even compare Rodgers to Goff. There's nothing similar between the two other than where they attended college. Rodgers will never and has never played as awful as Goff did. This link you sent means jack!
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jrry32 wrote:
For all those who have thrown in the towel on Goff, read this and reconsider your stance:
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=39414
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Aarod was flawless out of the gate..I grew up watching Aaron in HS, played against him in JC (Shasta vs Butte). He grew up in my area (Chico, Ca) I knew from day 1 dude was special. He's the GOAT, hands down. Best ever. Don't even compare Rodgers to Goff. There's nothing similar between the two other than where they attended college. Rodgers will never and has never played as awful as Goff did. This link you sent means jack!


Congrats on being completely wrong. A-Rod stunk up the field in his rookie preseason and then put up terrible numbers in his few opportunities to play his first two years in the NFL. He went 15/31 (48.4%) for 111 yards (3.6 YPA) and 0 TDs to 1 Int (43.9 QB Rating) over his first two years in the NFL.

Don't let facts get in the way of your revisionist history. Laughing
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So a thumper at MLB a need now in the draft/free agency to line up next to Tree?
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So a thumper at MLB a need now in the draft/free agency to line up next to Tree?


I would say so if we can confirm that Wade won't work with a 4-3. But I also think big MLB can be found later in the draft as well. With more use Nickel coverages and emphasis on the passing game, these types of guys have fallen draft stock wise. I remember Bernardrick McKinney coming out of college would have been a 1st rounder 10-15 years ago, but fell to the 2nd due to lack of agility. As a 3-4 ILB though, he doesn't have to cover sideline to sideline.

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Alex Anzalone-Florida

Ben Boulware-Clemson (love this kid)
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jrry32 wrote:
RamPackFan wrote:
jrry32 wrote:
For all those who have thrown in the towel on Goff, read this and reconsider your stance:
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=39414
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Aarod was flawless out of the gate..I grew up watching Aaron in HS, played against him in JC (Shasta vs Butte). He grew up in my area (Chico, Ca) I knew from day 1 dude was special. He's the GOAT, hands down. Best ever. Don't even compare Rodgers to Goff. There's nothing similar between the two other than where they attended college. Rodgers will never and has never played as awful as Goff did. This link you sent means jack!


Congrats on being completely wrong. A-Rod stunk up the field in his rookie preseason and then put up terrible numbers in his few opportunities to play his first two years in the NFL. He went 15/31 (48.4%) for 111 yards (3.6 YPA) and 0 TDs to 1 Int (43.9 QB Rating) over his first two years in the NFL.

Don't let facts get in the way of your revisionist history. Laughing


I actually WATCHED every single one of those games and throws you speak of. He did not stink it up in preseason....and those stats hardly speak of his play. Did he even start and play a full game, do you know? You have no idea what you're talking about...plus, comparing Rodgers to Goff says a TON!
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RamPackFan wrote:
jrry32 wrote:
RamPackFan wrote:
jrry32 wrote:
For all those who have thrown in the towel on Goff, read this and reconsider your stance:
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=39414
Laughing


Aarod was flawless out of the gate..I grew up watching Aaron in HS, played against him in JC (Shasta vs Butte). He grew up in my area (Chico, Ca) I knew from day 1 dude was special. He's the GOAT, hands down. Best ever. Don't even compare Rodgers to Goff. There's nothing similar between the two other than where they attended college. Rodgers will never and has never played as awful as Goff did. This link you sent means jack!


Congrats on being completely wrong. A-Rod stunk up the field in his rookie preseason and then put up terrible numbers in his few opportunities to play his first two years in the NFL. He went 15/31 (48.4%) for 111 yards (3.6 YPA) and 0 TDs to 1 Int (43.9 QB Rating) over his first two years in the NFL.

Don't let facts get in the way of your revisionist history. Laughing


I actually WATCHED every single one of those games and throws you speak of. He did not stink it up in preseason.


Okay. I won't ask you to take my word for it. There's a thread linked above that features Packers fans discussing Rodgers after his rookie year. We'll take their words for it:
msmre wrote:
He really stunk it up in the preseason

onemoreyearfor4 wrote:
lets not give this guy the boot after a bad preseason


Let's go week by week of the 2005 preseason:
Week 1
http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2005081100/2005/PRE1/chargers@packers#tab=analyze
Rodgers - 2/6 for 7 yards and 0 TDs to 0 Ints

Week 2
http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2005082004/2005/PRE2/packers@bills#tab=analyze
Rodgers - 4/9 for 21 yards and 0 TDs to 1 Int

Week 3
http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2005082607/2005/PRE3/patriots@packers#tab=analyze
Rodgers - 5/9 for 52 yards and 0 TDs to 1 Int

Week 4
http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2005090102/2005/PRE4/packers@titans#tab=analyze
Rodgers - 9/13 for 92 yards and 1 TD to 0 Ints

Final stats:
20/37
54.1%
172 yards
4.6 YPA
1 TD
2 Ints
53.0 QB Rating
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So a thumper at MLB a need now in the draft/free agency to line up next to Tree?

Honestly think this is a spot they bring a journeyman with experience in a 1-gapping 3-4 to ease the transition. Minter, Dent, maybe Bruce Miller all could make some sense. I doubt we shell out the coin to get someone like Zach Brown. His performance has fallen off a cliff since the Chargers gave him the extension he got cut from, but Donald Butler was drafted originally to play in a Phillips style 3-4.
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Anyone else think hiring McVay puts an even higher premium on signing Andrew Whitworth as an FA? Already fluent in Gruden's (presumably McVay's offense). Can play OT or OG in it. Can replace Barnes as the veteran leader on the OL.
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NVRamsFan wrote:
So a thumper at MLB a need now in the draft/free agency to line up next to Tree?

Honestly think this is a spot they bring a journeyman with experience in a 1-gapping 3-4 to ease the transition. Minter, Dent, maybe Bruce Miller all could make some sense. I doubt we shell out the coin to get someone like Zach Brown. His performance has fallen off a cliff since the Chargers gave him the extension he got cut from, but Donald Butler was drafted originally to play in a Phillips style 3-4.


I think we'll go cheap there. Bring someone in to compete with Josh Forrest and maybe a Day 3 pick (or UDFA). Thumpers aren't hard to find. Some FA options in addition to the ones you named are Perry Riley, Dekoda Watson (could even provide depth at SOLB too), and Brandon Spikes.

In fact, I think there's a solid chance we go after Dekoda Watson. He makes a lot of sense for us.

The LBC wrote:
Anyone else think hiring McVay puts an even higher premium on signing Andrew Whitworth as an FA? Already fluent in Gruden's (presumably McVay's offense). Can play OT or OG in it. Can replace Barnes as the veteran leader on the OL.


I would love that. We'll have to see if McVay wants to run a PBS or ZBS.
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jrry32 wrote:
The LBC wrote:
NVRamsFan wrote:
So a thumper at MLB a need now in the draft/free agency to line up next to Tree?

Honestly think this is a spot they bring a journeyman with experience in a 1-gapping 3-4 to ease the transition. Minter, Dent, maybe Bruce Miller all could make some sense. I doubt we shell out the coin to get someone like Zach Brown. His performance has fallen off a cliff since the Chargers gave him the extension he got cut from, but Donald Butler was drafted originally to play in a Phillips style 3-4.


I think we'll go cheap there. Bring someone in to compete with Josh Forrest and maybe a Day 3 pick (or UDFA). Thumpers aren't hard to find. Some FA options in addition to the ones you named are Perry Riley, Dekoda Watson (could even provide depth at SOLB too), and Brandon Spikes.

In fact, I think there's a solid chance we go after Dekoda Watson. He makes a lot of sense for us.

The LBC wrote:
Anyone else think hiring McVay puts an even higher premium on signing Andrew Whitworth as an FA? Already fluent in Gruden's (presumably McVay's offense). Can play OT or OG in it. Can replace Barnes as the veteran leader on the OL.


I would love that. We'll have to see if McVay wants to run a PBS or ZBS.

Yeah, that will definitely be telling. As it seems like the Chargers are going to keep most of the offensive staff in place, Aaron Kromer is a name that could interesting to see brought in, but I don't imagine we'll know what his availability is until McDermott hires his OC in Buffalo. Fingers crossed for Norv because Kromer really doesn'the fit what Norv likes to do - and Norv is historically faithful to "his guys" if they're available.
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The LBC wrote:
jrry32 wrote:
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NVRamsFan wrote:
So a thumper at MLB a need now in the draft/free agency to line up next to Tree?

Honestly think this is a spot they bring a journeyman with experience in a 1-gapping 3-4 to ease the transition. Minter, Dent, maybe Bruce Miller all could make some sense. I doubt we shell out the coin to get someone like Zach Brown. His performance has fallen off a cliff since the Chargers gave him the extension he got cut from, but Donald Butler was drafted originally to play in a Phillips style 3-4.


I think we'll go cheap there. Bring someone in to compete with Josh Forrest and maybe a Day 3 pick (or UDFA). Thumpers aren't hard to find. Some FA options in addition to the ones you named are Perry Riley, Dekoda Watson (could even provide depth at SOLB too), and Brandon Spikes.

In fact, I think there's a solid chance we go after Dekoda Watson. He makes a lot of sense for us.

The LBC wrote:
Anyone else think hiring McVay puts an even higher premium on signing Andrew Whitworth as an FA? Already fluent in Gruden's (presumably McVay's offense). Can play OT or OG in it. Can replace Barnes as the veteran leader on the OL.


I would love that. We'll have to see if McVay wants to run a PBS or ZBS.

Yeah, that will definitely be telling. As it seems like the Chargers are going to keep most of the offensive staff in place, Aaron Kromer is a name that could interesting to see brought in, but I don't imagine we'll know what his availability is until McDermott hires his OC in Buffalo. Fingers crossed for Norv because Kromer really doesn'the fit what Norv likes to do - and Norv is historically faithful to "his guys" if they're available.


The Bills already hired Juan Castillo. Kromer is out.
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