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  1. By that logic no one would watch football on college och high school level cause all of the college players are worse than the players in the NFL. The NHL have farm teams, so why not the NFL? Cause that is basically what the XFL would be.
  2. Nice summary! I've calmed down a bit too. As I stated in an earlier post, Rodgers has been in decline for the last few years, so it's not unreasonable for the organization to plan accordingly. But it stings, I'd have to admit that. That being said, I still think the Jordan Love pick was an overreach. Sure, you could repeat the mantra "trust Gutekunst" (and his scouts) but we didn't hesitate five seconds to ridicule the Bears organization when they traded up to pick Trubisky and this situation feels very similar.
  3. Yeah, I hate the thought of that. And yes, I know I'm a Rodger fan boi.
  4. Okay, here's my rant. First of all, lets get to the "this is exactly the same situation we had 15 years ago when we took Aaron Rodgers while Favre was at the helm". No. A big hard no. In that draft, there were two QBs who were graded, or had the assumption on them, to be the number one pick overall in the draft. It was Alex Smith and Aaron Rodgers. As we all know, Rodgers wasn't picked number one overall and fell into the lap of Ted Thompson, who of course could have passed too, but took a shot which turned out to be very smart. You cannot compare that situation to the one we had a few d
  5. Just rewatched the entire draft this morning/day (cause I live in Sweden so I didn't want to stay up all night to watch I live). All I can say is; punt my ass all the way to the moon. I could go off on a rant here about how bad that pick was. But I just can't at the moment. They better have a good day 2 of the draft or I'll be furious about this until september.
  6. Today is D-day! Personally I'm hoping for a big guy, either a tackle or a dude to the d-line. But my guess is that the Packers trade out of the first round.
  7. Good summary! There's a lot of QB needy teams really, and even more if you go beyond the Cowboy's pick of course.
  8. I can see him dropping, and even Justin Herbert being taken ahead of Tua. But when the dust settles, someone will have taken a chance on Tua in the first round. Just too much upside not to throw the dice on him.
  9. Tannehill has/had way more promise than Winston, in my opinion. Winston's decision making is just mad (in a bad way), and added to that, I wasn't impressed by his construed leadership as shown on Hardknocks. But yes, if Winston gets cut, I'm sure some team will pick him up. No doubt.
  10. Too early? Haven't we all seen what there is to be seen? I'd rather go with Tyrod Taylor than Winston seven days a week.
  11. Still, the Cowboy's O-line must cost a bunch, right? But, seems like it was a low hit for the Cooper contract this year, going up to 22M the following years. Must take a toll on their cap in the years to come. But who cares when Brady is going to the Buccs, right?
  12. So a year ago, everyone was like; Dallas is in a pickle, cause they can't afford to sign Zeke, Dak and Cooper at the same time. It will cost them too much. And here we are, Zeke and Cooper have been paid and Dak is franchised tagged. Can someone explain how that was economically possible?
  13. Since Murray and Queen are most likely gone at pick #30, how about Willie Gay Jr? I thought he looked good at the combine. Don't know about red flags and other stuff like that though. Packers sure needs an ILB though.
  14. Well, there are hundreds and thousands every year dying from the flu (again, people with multiple diseases and the elderly) and so far that hasn't lead us to buyng toilet paper in panic. I get it that it's important to keep diseases in check, that is all fine, but the panic is just utterly stupid. If you are in panic now, you should have been in panic all days and years prior to this date, and you should keep being in a state of panic for the rest of your life. But it won't do you any good.
  15. I don't get what the fuss is about. Sure, if you have multiple diseases and/or is very old (80+) you ought to be worried, but for everyone else, it's no big deal.
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