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Old 10-22-2018, 05:20 PM
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Redskins have a nice soft schedule. 10-6 or better is not out of the realm of possibility.
Everyone in the NFC East has a nice soft schedule.
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Old 10-22-2018, 05:28 PM
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Oakland trades Cooper to dallas...for a 1st rounder. accept that quickly before dallas realizes it screwed up. unreal
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Oakland trades Cooper to dallas...for a 1st rounder. accept that quickly before dallas realizes it screwed up. unreal
Given Gruden's track record with the draft it will probably be lose-lose for both teams.

But yeah that's a heck of a return for Amari.
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Old 10-22-2018, 06:01 PM
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Nah. Trade for Eli. His time frame is the same as the Jags window and he's much better than jump ball Joe.

You'll have to give up some draft picks, but the Giants have got to be motivated sellers at this point. Eli would love to play behind an actual offensive line and have a real running game to support the play option pass.
I dunno, I feel like Eli is done.


But then so was Peyton and Elway when the Broncos won a SB.

If they can get him cheaper it would be better than Bortles I think.


ETA: I checked out his stats, this would be a great move
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Given Gruden's track record with the draft it will probably be lose-lose for both teams.

But yeah that's a heck of a return for Amari.
His drop rate was worse than Dez's
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Dallas front office continues to show the league that it is incompetent
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They're one of about eight or so. Since the owner won't fire the GM for a long while (like, possibly, ever), it's gonna be like this for a long while (or until the owner dies).
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Given Gruden's track record with the draft it will probably be lose-lose for both teams.

But yeah that's a heck of a return for Amari.
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Dallas front office continues to show the league that it is incompetent
gruden steps up to challenge that.

him unloading a player for a 1st rounder is super valuable. I totally agree with yankeetripper on this. Could be a massive lose-lose.
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Gruden shocks the team again, they didn't even know cooper was traded into their phones alerted them. I imagine everyone might think they could be before next season now.

https://sports.yahoo.com/raiders-lea...222206136.html
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Which would have a bigger positive effect this season for the giants: an average OLine or an average QB?
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