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AceofSpades last won the day on January 7 2013

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  1. Ongoing Derek Carr Thread

    So after reading that PFT article, to me it's more so Chris Simms talking about his experience and trying to pass it off on there being a potential problem between Carr & Gruden. I personally don't think there'd be a problem between Gruden & Carr. We all know Gruden's never really developed a QB but this time he's walking into a good situation with a proven QB who's looking to rebound from a down year.
  2. Ezekiel Elliott Suspended for 6 games

    What gets me is how he wants to keep appealing acting as if he did nothing wrong to begin with. I get that the Cowboys & the players union have to stand by him but at some point he's just gotta eat it and let it go. Hell even Brady just had to do it. I'm sure the Cowboys are tired of having to answer questions about this. But the longer he drags this out, the more time is wasted with it. It's a distraction this season and if it goes into next season it'll be a distraction and he'll lose time then too.
  3. Even if McCoy was/is available for trade, does anybody honestly expect the Bills to say "yes he's available and if you want him you can have him"? What leverage do they have by doing that? Of course they're gonna say he's not available because if teams think he's really not available, they'll come with a better offer to change the Bills' minds on that issue.
  4. Depends on how bad the Bills wanna move him. I think the Bills would basically take what they can get if they're truly looking to make a trade because the current regime didn't make the move for him to begin with.
  5. The Browns clearly paid $16M for the 2nd round pick
  6. The Texans most definitely did not win the trade. Most people would say that because they were able to trade Osweiler for anything. But the fact that they had to give up a 2nd round pick to do it proves they didn't win anything.
  7. I don't see Mayock taking it.
  8. Exactly and because of Osweiler, he'll think he should get the contract. Since the Browns are desperate to find a QB they'd be dumb enough to do it.
  9. The Browns would trade the 12th pick for Garoppolo but wouldn't have taken Wentz? I'm not gonna start comparing the 2 in terms of how they are as players but haven't we seen players (especially Brady's backups) trying to manage outside of that system and without those coaches? They felt Wentz wasn't a franchise QB but I'd like to know why they feel Jimmy G is....
  10. I think the reason the guy backed out (can't remember his name right now) is because he felt like if the Raiders were coming to Las Vegas he should end up with some type of control of the Raiders. I'm glad that fell through and they may end up in Vegas in spite of what he tried to do.
  11. The Rams missed a golden opportunity with their color rush. They should've gone back to the classic white & blue jerseys or at least done a modern take on it with the current logo.
  12. But the spin is he should be good at that since that's all he's focusing on. What's crazy is that in his 4 years as an NFL head coach, he basically served as his own offensive coordinator and the offenses weren't very good. His offense is pretty basic and that he needs the gimmick of tempo and running 90 plays a game because his offense isn't good enough and doesn't offer much creativity.
  13. I saw a story on PFT within the last couple days that San Diego could actually stop the Raiders from moving to LA. Now here's my issue with this. While I don't think it's very likely, it would be quite sketchy for them to pursue the Raiders while being willing to let the Chargers go. If they have the means and goods to try to get the Raiders to San Diego, why didn't they do any of this to keep the Chargers? Now with that said, again I don't think that San Diego will try to make the move to stop the Raiders from going to Las Vegas but I just wanted to point out that this is still a scenario that could happen.
  14. Why are the 49ers so bad...........

    The problem was always Trent Baalke. With Harbaugh they quickly became a team to take serious in the NFL. Baalke didn't like him and ruined the team's run and now it shows. Had it not been for Baalke maybe Chip got another season with his guy. But it was time to start over. Maybe Baalke needs to end up like Scott Pioli. Go be an assistant somewhere and re-establish yourself.