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Chargers currently hold the 7th pick with almost 100% chance they finish with a top ten. I see a wr, cb/ss, or the ever safe and reliable ol with our first rounder being taken.
Just have to lose to the chiefs at home. (H)
Joey Bosa is a beast and I didn't know Casey Hayward could bawl like this. Best cb this year.
 

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Mandieta6;3972639 said:
Don't think those are good positions for a top 10 pick. That Michigab kid isn't going to fall anyway.

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Michigan kid? Jabril Peppers? I'm not even sure if he's a top 10 pick. Literally everyone I hear says that he's not even the best player in that secondary. He doesn't really even have a sure fire position in the NFL right now.
 

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Ehhh... Mathieu was always a real one of a kind athlete that could cover anyone above all else. Peppers can't play corner and will have a big adjustment to play safety. I'd much rather take someone who is a sure thing like Jonathan Allen.
 

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I like these three names, Jamal Adams SS, Cam Robinson OT, and Mike Williams WR now that the 7th pick is in the books.
McCoy got fired. (H)
 

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Well, McSorley's horrendous Rex Grossman "fuck it I'm going deep" impression finally caught up to him. Not since Manziel have I seen a QB more praised who had so little talent. At least Johnny Football had a skill set that was successful for college football; McSorley just chucks the ball up in the air and he's lucky to have such great WRs and one of the best college RBs I've ever seen in Saquon Barkley.
 

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The Packers - Cowboys game was AMAZING. That Jared Cook catch, WOW. And the final minutes of the game may have been among the most thrilling minutes in sports I've seen. That was awesome. I love me some Packers playoff football.
 

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It's happening again!!!! Rodgers going to cement his legacy this season.

Real talk, you can talk about Super Bowl wins all you want, but the Pats are Belicheck, the 49ers were Walsh, the Steelers were Noll. It's not always just counting rings, especially on a sport with 22 starters. Much like Emmitt Smith has the rushing record, he is not the best RB I've ever seen... the best QB I've ever seen is Aaron Rodgers. I respect Brady's rings, and he's a great QB, but Rodgers is better. His talent and ability is just above anyone else I've ever seen.
 

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ShiftyPowers;3972977 said:
Well, McSorley's horrendous Rex Grossman "fuck it I'm going deep" impression finally caught up to him. Not since Manziel have I seen a QB more praised who had so little talent. At least Johnny Football had a skill set that was successful for college football; McSorley just chucks the ball up in the air and he's lucky to have such great WRs and one of the best college RBs I've ever seen in Saquon Barkley.

I agree.

He is not very good and is highly overrated, it is only because of Barkley, Godwin and Gesicki he can get away with what they call the "home run".

Rodgers is better than Brady when it comes to mobility and accuracy but he is not the scholar of the game Brady is.

They both can read a defense but Brady seems to read ahead of the play but I credit Belicheck for that, greatest coach of all time, hate to say it.
 

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Yeah, definitely Belichick. He wins without Brady too. They went like 10-6 with Matt Cassel.

My opinion is without Belicheck Brady never would have become the quarterback he is.

He was never that good at Michigan and it showed as he was a 6th round draft pick.

That is not the case with Aaron Rodgers as Mike McCarthy is nowhere close to Belicheck.

Belicheck takes players with decent football knowledge and ability and molds them into superstars that can play multiple positions.
 

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Packers completely out of their depth in the NFC Championship Game. That Ripkowski fumble was a killer, although the Falcons are absolutely crushing the Packers defense either way.
 

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Juventino;3974868 said:
Packers completely out of their depth in the NFC Championship Game. That Ripkowski fumble was a killer, although the Falcons are absolutely crushing the Packers defense either way.

Could have been different had the receivers not dropped so many balls and the defense being healthy.

Atlanta is definitely a very good team and my choice to win the super bowl.

No team left in the post season has enough quality players on their defense to stop all of Atlanta's weapons on offense.

The defense is stout as well and the best match up offensively would be the Steelers but I don't see them winning against Belicheck.

New England doesn't have enough weapons on offense to go point for point with Atlanta.
 

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Juventino;3974868 said:
Packers completely out of their depth in the NFC Championship Game. That Ripkowski fumble was a killer, although the Falcons are absolutely crushing the Packers defense either way.

That was a fucking safety.
 

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Then I see "experts" being condescending on twitter with the rule, and it's very very clear to me that the Falcons' defender did not go into the endzone on his own momentum, but rather he rolled back when he realized where he was.
 

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Holy. Shit. Best comeback ever. I'm speechless. I have no speech. That turned from the worst Super Bowl ever into the best. WOW.
 


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