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  1. Those 6 guys ( line + Witten) played together a bunch since 2014. In a league where spoiled players fought to block practice, O-line reps are precious.
  2. Except every time Dallas goes 12-4, Leary is playing in most of those games.
  3. Prescott set the rookie record for passer rating. I think he beat out RG III for that record. It can all go very fast at this level. At least he did not lose 40% of his O-line... oh, wait! Maybe Dak needs a logo?
  4. He is going to be on the national game about 10 times and he will have playoff exposure. He also goes from Brees to Brady which is not really a step down. I think he will be ok with this.
  5. Was he drinkin' with #5?
  6. Lawrence Taylor would not last 5 years in today's NFL Drugs Drugs Drugs He would be Aldon Smith
  7. Reggie White The guy had 22 sacks in a 12 game strike season. The guy had 16 sacks at age 37 I will never forget the play vs the Saints where he domino'd the TE into Ironhead into the RB for a loss on 3rd and short. He was an absolute beast.
  8. It depends on how creative people want to get on a deal. If they want to give him 2 million and a chance for much more next year then he should stay home. The first QB that goes down means someone is begging him. (see Sammy Sleeves 2016) If a team wants to give him say Chase Daniel money with some incentives for playing time and an opt out, he should probably grab that. The only bad team he should consider is SF with Shanahan in a role he could grow into this year and have a chance to win next year and onward.
  9. Cooks is a legit star #1 WR I doubt you can come up with many WR in NFL history with 1100+ yards and 8+ TDs in years 2 and 3. It took JaCCpot 6 years to have 2 of those seasons. It took Antonio Brown and Julio Jones 5 years. Fitzgerald took 4 years. FYI, OBJ did it in years 1 and 2. I am not saying he is better than any of those guys (except DJ because 20+ WRs are better than he is) I am saying that WRs are not usually that good that fast and trading him for a handful of beans is pretty pathetic.
  10. Tampa has shown interest already. The Rams, 49ers, Jets, and Browns should not bother because no QB can thrive with their collective lack of talent. The Texans(Savage?!?), Broncos(2 stiffs), Cardinals(37 and falling), or Vikings(Sammy Sleeves) should consider him as a starter. Teams like the Giants(36), Saints(38), Steelers(beat up 35) , and Patriots(a spry 40) (if they trade Garoppolo) should consider him as a backup to be groomed to take over in a few years. I think the Jags might be ready to take off with him as an upgrade over Bortles. None of the rookies this year are anywhere near the prospect that Foles has already shown in the NFL and he is still only 28. The Eagles, Cowboys, or Redskins would be smart to upgrade their backups (Romo is cut, Jerrah is just too stupid to know it yet) I am biased though, I like QBs who can perform well and win when that is even the slightest possibility.
  11. They should make it a 4 way deal and add in URLACHERZZ!!! No one is giving value for the right to inherit a brittle 37 year old who has the same number of collarbone snaps as winning seasons in the last 7 years. Then they get to pay him 14 million for 1 year.
  12. Take anyone's best 10 games away from them, call them FLUKES, and they will look worse. (talk about stat manipulation ) The ONLY things not to like about Foles are that: 1) He was not instantly great as a rookie on a decimated team that got a HoF coach fired (1-5 record) 2) He could not turn around the worst franchise in the NFL since 2003 (Cleveland had a winning record in 2007) while facing 8 playoff teams in 11 games. (4-7 record) Foles is 15-6 in every other start (this includes the half against Houston which was tied and does not include the KC - Colts game or the Philly - NY game which he clearly won) 16-6 is a more accurate representation for games he controlled. If you damn him for 2014 you are an idiot. I will counter with Luck '15, Peyton '01, Elway '90 or '94, Ben '06, Marino '89 and '97, Eli '07(yes, the SB year), '10, '13, Ryan '15, Brees '03, . Good QBs will struggle depending on the 10 other players around them or them just not being perfect. Are those guys all low tier starters or high tier backups? Stick with the logic that a QB that went 8-2 on a team that went 2-4 without him was given some unfair advantage. It makes you sound very smart. If you can research up some Foles/Keenum 2015 angle like 8/11 playoff teams vs 1/5 playoff teams and we will all listen. You can't do that because you think stats are for nerds and your crap opinion should count for something.
  13. I have posted thousands of stats and you think you really zinged me when you found a single error? I have no idea what the error was, but it sure left an impression on you. You are obsessed, bro. I'd be flattered if you were not so pathetic. People judge a QB by 3 things mostly. Wins, Stats, Intangibles Foles DOMINATED in 2013 and 2014 to the tune of 14-4 on a team that was 6-8 without him. He did this in your team's division. Foles' career 88.1 rating is higher than: Palmer, Newton, Carr, Luck, Stafford, Cutler, Flacco, Manning, Smith, Bradford, and Tannehill. I am not saying he is better than all those players. I am saying he belongs with those players. Don't even bring up guys like Bortles, Osweiler, Fitzpatrick, Sanchez, Cassel, and Siemian. He is a leader. The Eagles players loved the guy especially after the Redskins game in 2014. Guys like Bradford and Cutler are passers and not leaders. I get that you don't like him, but your delusions have turned you into a joke. (hint, I am not the only one laughing at you in this thread)
  14. Foles has never been a free agent during free agency. He was released during training camp. (July 27) It takes some subtlety to get what that means. (I won't explain it to the clown) McCown had brief success in 2013 with his 13 TDs and 1 pick. He also went an impressive 3-2 that year. He is a career 18-42 with a 78.2 career rating. Fitzpatrick is a career 44-69-1 QB with a 79.7 career rating. His first winning season was in his 11th year. You think these are valid comparisons. You are my pet moron on these boards. I throw out a valid argument and you soil yourself trying to look tough. The ball is back in your court.