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  1. Packers Dynasty 2010

    Eagles give Carson Wentz a bunch of money

    Except for they will be on hook for that $107M no matter what now.
  2. Packers Dynasty 2010

    Eagles give Carson Wentz a bunch of money

    Personally, I think it was too early to sign him to an extension. Would like to see how he does this season before throwing so much money at him. But I can see why Philly wanted to get it done now, if they waited there is the potential they would have to shell out even more money.
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    Razor's Ramblings: What if the 2018 Season ended at halftime?

    Saints and Rams both had some good halftime adjustments it looks like. Also the Packers had no consistency at first glance with 7 games having different outcomes but only gaining a half game through it all.
  4. Packers Dynasty 2010

    Place your Superb Owl bets now!

    Ideally, vs Rodgers vs Brady for all the marbles
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    Patrick Peterson Pegged For 6-Game PED Ban

    This is Pat Pete's first time being caught with PEDs, a 6 game suspension is fair. I have no idea why you are trying to compare this to Evans' situation since Evans was suspended for drugs of abuse not PEDs. For comparison sake, a NBA player would be suspended 10 games for first test positive for PEDs. That's basically equivalent to 2 NFL games.
  6. Packers Dynasty 2010

    NBA Conference Finals

    Bucks in 5 and Blazers in 6 is my call. The Bucks are the best team and just got better with Brogdon coming back. Kawhi will get his but it will take someone else stepping up big time to give Toronto a chance and I don't see that happening. This will be a Gentleman's sweep. Blazers is an upset pick but I actually think they stand a chance depending on Durant's health. The splash bros have been up and down thus far so it's easy seeing Dame and CJ hanging with them, thus it comes down to the rest of the team and I think the Blazers could pull it off if Hood and Kanter can contribute like they did vs the Nugs. This is assuming Durant is unable to go or is hindered if he returns. If Durant comes back game 2 or 3 and is fine, then it will be the Warriors taking it in 7.
  7. Packers Dynasty 2010

    Predict your team's 53 Man Roster (2019 Edition)

    Offense (25/53) QB (2): Aaron Rodgers, DeShone Kizer RB (3) : Aaron Jones, Jamaal Williams, Dexter Williams FB (1): Danny Vitale WR (6): Davante Adams, Geronimo Allison, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Equanimeous St. Brown, J'Mon Moore, Jake Kumerow TE (4): Jimmy Graham, Mercedes Lewis, Jace Sternbeger, Robert Tonyan OT (3): David Bakhtiari, Bryan Bulaga, Jason Spriggs IOL (6): Corey Linsley, Lane Taylor, Billy Turner (will start at RG but can kick outside as depth), Elgton Jenkins, Cole Madison, Justin McCray Defense (24/53) DL (6): Kenny Clark, Mike Daniels, Dean Lowry, Kingsley Keke, Montravious Adams, Tyler Lancaster OLB (5): Za'Darius Smith, Preston Smith, Kyler Fackrell, Rashan Gary, Reggie Gilbert LB (3): Blake Martinez, Oren Burks, Ty Summers CB (6): Kevin King, Jaire Alexander, Josh Jackson, Tramon Williams, Tony Brown, Ka'dar Hollman S (4): Adrian Amos, Darnell Savage, Josh Jones, Raven Greene Za'Darius Smith and Rashan Gary are listed as OLB but they will be moving all over the front 7 in Pettine's system Special Teams (4/53) K: Mason Crosby P: JK Scott LS: Hunter Bradley KR/PR: Trevor Davis
  8. Packers Dynasty 2010

    2019 NFL Draft Discussion Thread

    Hoping for Oliver or Bush at #12 but that looks to be a longshot at this point. Other options would be Taylor, Jonah Williams, or Burns in that order. For #30, I would prefer Adderley or AJ Brown. As long as the Packers don't draft DK Metcalf, Hollywood Brown, or a QB in the 1st I will be okay though.
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    2019 TGP Mock Draft (Discussion Thread/Sign-ups)

    Since we're at the end of the draft, figured I would do a quick analysis. First I'll start with my teams' draft classes. : Brian Burns (EDGE), Nasir Adderley (S), Dalton Risner, (OT) Jace Sternberger (TE), David Long (CB), Hunter Renfrow (WR), Isaiah Buggs (DE), Rodney Anderson (RB), Wyatt Ray (EDGE), and Preston Wiliams (WR) Overall, pretty happy with this class. Going into this mock, the Packers needed to address edge and safety the most. Burns could start right away and Ray in the later rounds is a solid depth piece. Adderley is my favorite safety this year and think he could fill the hole the Packers have had since Nick Collins went down. The Packers lack a true slot WR and Renfrow could easily become that. The rest of my later picks are fliers that could work or be busts. The only pick I sort of regret is Sternberger, I like him as a prospect but I think if I did it all over again, I would take Justin Layne and target TE later on since there were plenty of TE prospect going late. If this was done after the first week of FA, I probably would have gone with Oliver or Taylor over Burns considering Gute signed the Smiths. : Chris Lindstrom (OG), Dre'Mont Jones (DT), David Edwards (OT), Brett Rypien (QB), Joe Giles-Harris (LB), Malik Carney (EDGE), and Michael Jackson (CB) Watching the Chargers, I felt their biggest weakness was in the trenches on both sides. Both guards and RT were fairly bad last season. Lindstrom can start from day 1 and pair with Lamp who they picked last year. Edwards probably isn't a day 1 starter since his pass protection is questionable but if he does take over he should help create lanes for Gordon. Bosa and Ingram are great but the Chargers lacked a passrushing presence in the middle. Enter Dre'Mont Jones, they would have to find a way to keep him motivated/consistent but if they can do that then that d-line is pretty nasty. Rivers probably has a few more seasons left but now would be the perfect time to start grooming a replacement. Rypien isn't as exciting or explosive as some but he is a solid QB all around. : Kyler Murray (QB), Kelvin Harmon (WR), Daylon Mack (DT), Bobby Evans (OT), Saivion Smith (CB), Nate Herbig (OG), and Karan Higdon (RB) I didn't want to draft a QB early for the Dolphins since they have plenty of holes they should address then target a QB next year, but with Murray available at 10 I had to trade up the few spots to grab him. After getting Murray, I had to get the Dolphins an outside target and o-line help. The Dolphins didn't have much in the middle of the d-line so happy I was able to snag Mack in the 4th. Now a few "awards" and my thoughts on other draft classes, excluding mine in an attempt to remain unbiased Biggest Steal: Jeffrey Simmons at #128 by FW. I don't know how Simmons fell this far and can't believe I missed it. I thought he went in the early 2nd for some reason and never bothered checking that. Great pick by FW. Biggest Reach: This was a tough choice between 2 of Sean's picks, Greedy at #2 and Alex Wesley at #73. I have to go with Greedy at #2. I'm not a big fan of him as a prospect so seeing him go #2 when Bosa was still there was crazy. Favorite Class: Arizona Cardinals by Cherry. Probably the benefit of getting the first pick in each round but the first 5 picks of this draft class were all pretty great. I'm a fan of taking Williams #1 since I do believe he is the surest thing and will be a stud for a long time. Harry is my 2nd favorite WR in this class and he is a great pick. CGJ, Powers, and Cashman are also solid picks at their respective selections. Least Favorite Class: Seattle Seahawks by BC. Now BC didn't have much to work with in terms of picks so I'll give him the benefit of the doubt but looking at this draft class I'm not a fan at all. Polite bombed it at the Combine and I wouldn't touch him til the 3rd at the earliest now. But this is also considering his pro day which was after BC's pick. I go back and forth on Hall. He's an explosive WR but just seems more of a one trick pony then anything and those WRs usually don't succeed in the NFL. With so little picks, not seeing any OL picked hurts this class in my opinion. Get Wilson some protection, let him show what he can do with a clean pocket.
  10. With the 242nd pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Los Angeles Chargers select: Michael Jackson, CB, Miami
  11. With the 234th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins select: Karan Higdon, RB, Michigan
  12. With the 228th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills select: Anthony Ratliff-Williams, WR, North Carolina
  13. With the 225th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills select: Alex Bars, IOL, Notre Dame With the 226th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers select: Preston Williams, WR, Colorado State University I'm probably biased but Williams is my favorite sleeper in the draft. If you just look at what he did on the field at CSU, he could have a case for being an early round pick but he has some red flags that drop him. He had some problems off the field, which led to him not being invited to Combine and his Pro Day workout was not good. When comparing Williams to previous CSU receivers, Rashard Higgins and Michael Gallup, I would say Williams was better than them and they were both Biletnikoff finalists. Green Bay also hired CSU's WR coach so that's an added bonus. Williams will join a crowded, but unproven, WR group and have a chance to earn a spot. He's worth the gamble in the 7th.
  14. Proxy for Cherry With the 221st pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns select: Darius West, S, Kentucky
  15. With the 200th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Los Angeles Chargers select: Malik Carney, Edge, UNC Bosa and Ingram are great but could always use another body for some depth.
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