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  1. With their final selection the Denver Broncos select: Te'von Coney, ILB, Notre Dame I know I skipped vin, IDGAF! Rawr.
  2. The Denver Broncos select: Ryan Bates, G, Penn State
  3. RazorStar

    '18-'19 NBA Season Thread

    You might not get the Thunder doing it, but man, the Clippers could do it. One hell of a comeback by those guys last night.
  4. RazorStar

    The good news thread

    congrats dude.
  5. RazorStar

    2019 TGP Mock Draft (Discussion Thread/Sign-ups)

    Just fucking CBS Big Board me if I don't pick in a hour after I'm up. I don't know anyone at this point.
  6. The Denver Broncos select: Chris Slayton, NT, Syracuse
  7. RazorStar

    Zack's Pokemon TCG Exploits

    congrats on your card game success dude. Even posting a winning record is hard in those kinds of tournies, so bravo.
  8. RazorStar

    Best Defensive Player of the Decade

    Game Misc Rk Player From To Draft Tm Lg G GS Yrs PB AP1 AV 1 J.J. Watt 2011 2018 1-11 HTX NFL 104 104 8 5 5 108 2 Calais Campbell 2010 2018 2-50 TOT NFL 138 137 9 4 1 107 3 Von Miller 2011 2018 1-2 DEN NFL 120 120 8 7 3 106 4 Ndamukong Suh 2010 2018 1-2 TOT NFL 142 142 9 5 3 98 5 Bobby Wagner 2012 2018 2-47 SEA NFL 103 102 7 5 4 98 6 Patrick Peterson 2011 2018 1-5 CRD NFL 128 128 8 8 3 97 7 Luke Kuechly 2012 2018 1-9 CAR NFL 102 102 7 6 5 96 8 Geno Atkins 2010 2018 4-120 CIN NFL 137 120 9 7 2 95 9 Richard Sherman 2011 2018 5-154 TOT NFL 119 113 8 4 3 91 10 Cameron Wake 2010 2018 MIA NFL 132 125 9 5 1 91 11 Julius Peppers 2010 2018 1-2 TOT NFL 144 120 9 4 1 88 12 Eric Weddle 2010 2018 2-37 TOT NFL 141 141 9 6 2 88 13 Clay Matthews 2010 2018 1-26 GNB NFL 127 124 9 5 1 86 14 Haloti Ngata 2010 2018 1-12 TOT NFL 118 113 9 4 2 86 15 Earl Thomas 2010 2018 1-14 SEA NFL 125 125 9 6 3 85 16 Terrell Suggs 2010 2018 1-10 RAV NFL 120 120 9 4 1 81 17 Cameron Jordan 2011 2018 1-24 NOR NFL 128 127 8 4 1 79 18 Fletcher Cox 2012 2018 1-12 PHI NFL 109 103 7 4 1 77 19 Lawrence Timmons 2010 2017 1-15 TOT NFL 126 125 8 1 0 77 20 Aaron Donald 2014 2018 1-13 RAM NFL 78 74 5 5 4 76 21 Derrick Johnson 2010 2018 1-15 TOT NFL 114 109 9 4 1 76 22 Gerald McCoy 2010 2018 1-3 TAM NFL 123 123 9 6 1 76 23 NaVorro Bowman 2010 2017 3-91 TOT NFL 99 84 8 3 4 75 24 Jurrell Casey 2011 2018 3-77 OTI NFL 125 123 8 4 0 75 25 Kyle Williams 2010 2018 5-134 BUF NFL 121 121 9 6 0 74 26 Muhammad Wilkerson 2011 2018 1-30 TOT NFL 108 104 8 1 0 72 27 Ryan Kerrigan 2011 2018 1-16 WAS NFL 128 128 8 4 0 70 28 Aqib Talib 2010 2018 1-20 TOT NFL 113 112 9 5 1 70 29 Karlos Dansby 2010 2017 2-33 TOT NFL 122 111 8 0 0 69 30 Linval Joseph 2010 2018 2-46 TOT NFL 128 121 9 2 0 69 31 Domata Peko 2010 2018 4-123 TOT NFL 142 142 9 0 0 69 32 David Harris 2010 2017 2-47 TOT NFL 121 117 8 0 0 68 33 Jason Pierre-Paul 2010 2018 1-15 TOT NFL 127 101 9 2 1 68 34 Chris Harris 2011 2018 DEN NFL 123 105 8 4 1 67 35 Malcolm Jenkins 2010 2018 1-14 TOT NFL 137 137 9 3 0 67 36 Darrelle Revis 2010 2017 1-14 TOT NFL 97 94 8 5 3 67 37 Michael Bennett 2010 2018 TOT NFL 134 100 9 3 0 66 38 Tamba Hali 2010 2017 1-20 KAN NFL 114 94 8 5 0 66 39 Justin Houston 2011 2018 3-70 KAN NFL 102 96 8 4 1 66 40 Devin McCourty 2010 2018 1-27 NWE NFL 139 139 9 2 0 66 41 Lavonte David 2012 2018 2-58 TAM NFL 105 105 7 1 1 65 42 Thomas Davis 2011 2018 1-14 CAR NFL 107 104 8 3 1 65 43 Carlos Dunlap 2010 2018 2-54 CIN NFL 134 97 9 2 0 65 44 Chandler Jones 2012 2018 1-21 TOT NFL 103 100 7 2 1 65 45 Khalil Mack 2014 2018 1-5 TOT NFL 78 77 5 4 3 65 46 C.J. Mosley 2014 2018 1-17 RAV NFL 77 77 5 4 0 65 47 Vince Wilfork 2010 2016 1-21 TOT NFL 99 99 7 3 1 65 48 Johnathan Joseph 2010 2018 1-24 TOT NFL 131 129 9 2 0 64 49 Reggie Nelson 2010 2018 1-21 TOT NFL 136 122 9 2 0 64 50 DeMarcus Ware 2010 2016 1-11 TOT NFL 98 94 7 5 1 64 51 K.J. Wright 2011 2018 4-99 SEA NFL 112 108 8 1 0 64 52 Brandon Mebane 2010 2018 3-85 TOT NFL 122 122 9 0 0 63 53 Marcell Dareus 2011 2018 1-3 TOT NFL 115 101 8 2 1 62 54 Michael Johnson 2010 2018 3-70 TOT NFL 139 119 9 0 0 62 55 Everson Griffen 2010 2018 4-100 MIN NFL 132 73 9 3 0 61 56 Brian Orakpo 2010 2018 1-13 TOT NFL 116 116 9 3 0 61 57 Justin Smith 2010 2014 1-4 SFO NFL 78 78 5 4 1 61 58 Brent Grimes 2010 2018 TOT NFL 118 118 9 4 0 60 59 Damon Harrison 2012 2018 TOT NFL 102 95 7 0 1 59 60 Rob Ninkovich 2010 2016 5-135 NWE NFL 108 101 7 0 0 58 61 Dontari Poe 2012 2018 1-11 TOT NFL 110 108 7 2 0 58 62 Glover Quin 2010 2018 4-112 TOT NFL 144 144 9 1 0 58 63 Robert Quinn 2011 2018 1-14 TOT NFL 111 92 8 2 1 58 64 Patrick Willis 2010 2014 1-11 SFO NFL 64 64 5 4 3 58 65 Connor Barwin 2010 2018 2-46 TOT NFL 126 112 9 1 0 57 66 Cameron Heyward 2011 2018 1-31 PIT NFL 118 83 8 2 1 57 67 Paul Posluszny 2010 2017 2-34 TOT NFL 114 109 8 1 0 57 68 Harrison Smith 2012 2018 1-29 MIN NFL 99 98 7 4 1 57 69 Wesley Woodyard 2010 2018 TOT NFL 133 102 9 0 0 57 70 Mike Adams 2010 2018 TOT NFL 139 117 9 2 0 56 71 Cliff Avril 2010 2017 3-92 TOT NFL 112 99 8 1 0 56 72 Ahmad Brooks 2010 2017 3-0 TOT NFL 118 97 8 1 0 56 73 Brandon Carr 2010 2018 5-140 TOT NFL 144 144 9 0 0 56 74 James Laurinaitis 2010 2016 2-35 TOT NFL 101 100 7 0 0 56 75 Ahtyba Rubin 2010 2017 6-190 TOT NFL 116 102 8 0 0 56 76 Mario Williams 2010 2016 1-1 TOT NFL 94 86 7 2 1 56 77 Joe Haden 2010 2018 1-7 TOT NFL 116 107 9 2 0 55 78 DQwell Jackson 2011 2016 2-34 TOT NFL 92 92 6 1 0 55 79 Eric Berry 2010 2018 1-5 KAN NFL 89 87 9 5 3 54 80 Chad Greenway 2010 2016 1-17 MIN NFL 108 97 7 2 0 54 81 James Harrison 2010 2017 TOT NFL 102 62 8 2 1 54 82 Sheldon Richardson 2013 2018 1-13 TOT NFL 89 87 6 1 0 54 83 Jabaal Sheard 2011 2018 2-37 TOT NFL 121 91 8 0 0 54 84 Donta Hightower 2012 2018 1-25 NWE NFL 87 84 7 1 0 53 85 Sean Lee 2010 2018 2-55 DAL NFL 93 77 8 2 1 53 86 Jared Allen 2010 2015 4-126 TOT NFL 94 94 6 2 1 52 87 Demario Davis 2012 2018 3-77 TOT NFL 112 98 7 0 0 52 88 Olivier Vernon 2012 2018 3-72 TOT NFL 103 85 7 1 0 52 89 Antoine Bethea 2010 2018 6-207 TOT NFL 134 125 9 1 0 51 90 Kam Chancellor 2010 2017 5-133 SEA NFL 109 93 8 4 0 51 91 Charles Johnson 2010 2017 3-83 CAR NFL 111 110 8 0 0 51 92 Robert Mathis 2010 2016 5-138 CLT NFL 89 81 7 3 1 51 93 Tramon Williams 2010 2018 TOT NFL 135 126 9 1 0 51 94 Michael Brockers 2012 2018 1-14 RAM NFL 107 105 7 0 0 50 95 Kareem Jackson 2010 2018 1-20 HTX NFL 132 124 9 0 0 50 96 Chris Long 2010 2018 1-2 TOT NFL 130 83 9 0 0 50 97 Rey Maualuga 2010 2017 2-38 TOT NFL 105 93 8 0 0 50 98 Randy Starks 2010 2015 3-71 TOT NFL 94 91 6 2 0 50 99 Charles Woodson 2010 2015 1-4 TOT NFL 86 86 6 3 1 50
  9. RazorStar

    Best Defensive Player of the Decade

    I love everyone throwing the Shade at Sherman like he wasn't shit. *sips dr pepper menacingly*
  10. RazorStar

    Historical QB Rankings

    57. Neil Lomax (Arizona/St. Louis Cardinals 1981-1991) 3rd Place Cardinals QB Career Record 47-54-2 (46.60%) 84th out of 102 Record in Games with Good Defense 27-12-2 (68.29%) 85th out of 102 Record in Games with Bad Defense 20-42-0 (32.26%) 30th out of 102 Percentage of Games with Good Defense 41/103 (39.81%) 92nd out of 102 (+35) Wins above Average in a 16 Game Season (0.368) We're coming straight out of Dr. Seuss to introduce you to the Lomax. Neil Lomax, the Cardinals QB for most of the 80's. Though his career wasn't very long, it was eventful, especially as the Cardinals moved from St. Louis to Arizona in this turbulent time. Lomax was something of a legend in college football before ever stepping on the field for the Cardinals, setting 90 NCAA records during his time in Portland State, including a game where he threw 7 TDs in the first quarter. College football is a weird beast. In any case, despite his heroics in college, he was merely a second round draft pick for the Cardinals, and the second QB taken overall. He took the reins from the incumbent Jim Hart early on in the 81 season and showed some serious gusto going 4-3 in his 7 starts, and officially taking the starting role from Jim Hart. In the strike shortened season of 1982, he made the post season, but the Cardinals were quickly wiped out, and because the talent on the Cardinals was so bad, Lomax never got another shot at the dance. He put up great numbers in 83 and 84, throwing for 4600 in 84 and making the pro bowl, but the Cardinals could never quite sneak past the 9-7, 8-8 mark and make the playoffs. He continued to put up numbers in 85' and 86' but the rest of the team declined drastically as the Cardinals were making plans to move out of St. Louis. And to Lomax's credit he was keeping them in a lot of games, but when you have no coaching, and almost no talent, it's hard to succeed in this league. Injuries started to take their toll on the young gunslinger in 86, but he was still putting up seasons with 3000 yards passing, 2 to 1 TD to INT ratios, and more importantly, a 7 or higher Yards per Attempt. The cardinals had no talent around them in the 80's. At least Jim Hart had guys like Jackie Smith to throw to, Dan Dierdorf blocking, and Roger Wehrli on the defense, Lomax had nothing. I could list the names of guys he had played with, but you'd think I was making them all up. He went 7-7 in his final season when the team finally moved to Arizona, but the injuries and his arthritic hips were just too much to continue playing. Lomax retired in 1991 though he never saw the field again after 1988, and left us all wondering what could have been. He never had a season where he was sacked less than 31 times, and he played a strike shortened 9 game season. So it comes as no surprise that Lomax is one of the greater overachievers on this list compared to what his defense did for him. The 80's Cardinals were abysmal, putting Lomax in tough situations over 60% of the time. Only 10 QB's on this list have had defenses worse than his, and we've seen all but 4 of them to this point. So while he's not the greatest over achiever, he's definitely high up there when all is said and done. In fact, he retired with the second highest passer rating in NFL history, but has obviously been passed in this golden age of gun slinging. So never forget the Lomax, he was a lot better than he was given credit for, but suffered the cruelest fate of them all, being stuck on a team with no desire to win.
  11. RazorStar

    Historical QB Rankings

    58. Gus Frerotte (Washington Redskins 1994-1998, Detroit Lions 1999, Denver Broncos 2000-2001, Cincinnati Bengals 2002, Minnesota Vikings 2003-2004, 2008, Miami Dolphins 2005, St. Louis Rams 2006-2007) 6th Place Redskins QB Career Record 46-49-0 (48.42%) 71st out of 102 Record in Games with Good Defense 29-14-0 (67.44%) 88th out of 102 Record in Games with Bad Defense 17-35-0 (32.69%) 28th out of 102 Percentage of Games with Good Defense 43/95 (45.26%) 77th out of 102 (+19) Wins above Average in a 16 Game Season (0.367) ... Man what the fuck. I have to do a write up on Gus Frerotte this late into the rankings? Dude almost made the top 50, how the balls? Let us explore the journey of a real journeyman quarterback. Frerotte was the 7th round pick of a Redskins team still looking for the successor to Joe Theismann. They had plenty of success with other guys, but no one who really took the reins as their franchise QB. They didn't retain Jay Schroeder, Doug Williams was a flash in the pan for them, and Mark Rypien's days were mired with inconsistency. Heath Shuler was expected to be that guy, taken in the first round in 1994, but halfway through the season, Frerotte took the job and never looked back. His days in Washington weren't exactly anything to marvel at, the Skins failed to make the playoffs in 95, 96, or 97, and by the time 98' rolled around, the Skins moved on with Trent Green instead of keeping the Frerotte experiment going. The thing Frerotte will be most remembered for in his Washington days is headbutting a stadium wall and spraining his neck, knocking him out of the game. He ended up being the Lions backup in 1999, but thanks to Charlie Batch's wavering health, started for about half the season, including a playoff appearance in 99' where he lost to the Redskins after throwing 2 picks and getting sacked 5 times. He took a trip to Denver in 2000, but once again ended up starting in the back half of the season, walking into a playoff berth, and then getting his ass walloped by a maryland team. Frerotte hopped around to the Bengals in 2002, the Vikings in 03 and 04, and somehow got another shot as a starter for the Dolphins in 2005. Something must of clicked for him, after the Phins started the season 3-7, he won 6 straight for them to close out the season 9-7. The Phins didn't retain him however, opting to try on the Daunte Culpepper experiment instead of a career backup journeyman. So Frerotte played backup in St. Louis for a couple of seasons, getting a few starts in relief of Marc Bulger, before ending up in Minnesota once again, this time actually supplanting the starter a few games in, and going 8-3 before an unfortunate back injury ended his season, and eventually his career. Frerotte was never a statisically impressive player, but whereever he went he had this weird knack of pulling wins out of his ass. As a career journeyman, he rarely had good defenses to work with, but Frerotte seemed to shine most when the pressure was on and he needed to make the big play. That may be why a 7th rounder out of Tulsa was able to hang around in the league for so long despite having rather pedestrian numbers. No one should confuse him as a great QB just because he did well on this list, just that he took advantage of his opportunities when they came, and didn't need to start when he was struggling, he just got pulled instead. I made quite a few adjustments for Frerotte over his career. He wasn't the most adjusted player on this list, but there were quite a few games where he either got pulled early in a start, or the other guy got pulled early in their start. Frerotte never really played as a backup behind a legitimate number one, or when he did it wasn't for a very long time, which is why he had so many opportunities. The closest times would have probably been when he was behind Marc Bulger with the Rams at the end of his career, or when he was Daunte Culpepper's backup for the Vikings. In both of those cases, he only saw the field in injury relief duty. There will be other QB's higher on this list who score highly because they never played outside of their prime, and QB's who score lowly because they had to play outside of their prime simply because there was no way you could pull the plug on them. Frerotte is an interesting case study, and a real important reason why you always need to analyse the numbers to understand what they're telling you.
  12. RazorStar

    J-E-T-S New uniforms

    Didn't realize the Jets moved to Michigan State
  13. RazorStar

    Best Defensive Player of the Decade

    Ryan Fitzpatrick has been doing this for years. Brock Osweiler was mercifully benched after a few starts.
  14. RazorStar

    Best Defensive Player of the Decade

    There can only be one choice. Ryan Fitzpatrick.
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