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Decker 12-30-18 06:32 PM

2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 
Dirk Koetter fired by Tampa Bay. First firing of the off-season.

Decker 12-30-18 06:45 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 
Arizona Cardinals are on the clock!

Have they ever had the #1 overall pick before?

DVD Josh 12-30-18 06:56 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 
Might as well sign Bossa now.

Deftones 12-30-18 09:13 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 
Cards are trading down, if possible. Way too many holes to fill.

Redeyejoker 12-30-18 09:26 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 

Originally Posted by Deftones (Post 13471084)
Cards are trading down, if possible. Way too many holes to fill.


They should trade down. They need to work on that o line and give Rosen protection. Maybe get a new coach as well

Locals want Keim gone as well but I donít see that firing happening

dom56 12-30-18 11:54 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 

Originally Posted by Deftones (Post 13471084)
Cards are trading down, if possible. Way too many holes to fill.

I agreed, they need a OL to help protect Rosen. Jonah Williams from Alabama is the top lineman but don't think he worth a number one pick. My Niners pick at #2 and hope they get Bosa but I got a feeling they might trade down because they only have 5 picks on next year draft.

Sonny Corinthos 12-31-18 07:01 AM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 
The top 20 draft order for the 2019 NFL Draft.

1. Cardinals (3-13)
2. 49ers (4-12)
3. Jets (4-12)
4. Raiders (4-12)
5. Buccaneers (5-11)
6. Giants (5-11)
7. Jaguars (5-11)
8. Lions (6-10)
9. Bills (6-10)
10. Broncos (6-10)
11. Bengals (6-10)
12. Packers (6-9-1)
13. Dolphins (7-9)
14. Falcons (7-9)
15. Redskins (7-9)
16. Panthers (7-9)
17. Browns (7-8-1)
18. Vikings (8-7-1)
19. Steelers (9-6-1)
20. Loser of Colts-Texans

DVD Josh 12-31-18 09:18 AM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 

Originally Posted by Deftones (Post 13471084)
Cards are trading down, if possible. Way too many holes to fill.

I'm sure Gruden will be interested in moving up to take someone to further ruin the Raiders franchise.

DVD Josh 12-31-18 09:19 AM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 
The 9ers are primed to have a massive rebound next season. They are already competitive and will get back McKinnon, Brieda at full heath, and Jimmy G. Pettis seems like a solid WR and Kittle is probably a top 3 TE. Their defense needs a ton of work but they will get at least two playmakers in the draft picking where they are. This is a team to look out for next season.

dom56 12-31-18 09:38 AM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 
What you think of Alabama DT Quinnen Williams? I watch highlights of this stud and I'm very impressed. He pretty strong and get double-team sometime but he still rush at the QB. He remind me of Aaron Donald. Niners need a edge rusher but won't mind if we drafted him.

fujishig 12-31-18 10:21 AM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 

Originally Posted by DVD Josh (Post 13471257)
The 9ers are primed to have a massive rebound next season. They are already competitive and will get back McKinnon, Brieda at full heath, and Jimmy G. Pettis seems like a solid WR and Kittle is probably a top 3 TE. Their defense needs a ton of work but they will get at least two playmakers in the draft picking where they are. This is a team to look out for next season.

Yeah, that was just an awful game against the Rams to end the season with their backup squad in there. But I think it all hinges on Jimmy G.

Indy has a metric ton of cap space, it'll be interesting to see how they use it.

DVD Josh 12-31-18 10:29 AM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 

Originally Posted by fujishig (Post 13471300)
Yeah, that was just an awful game against the Rams to end the season with their backup squad in there. But I think it all hinges on Jimmy G.

Indy has a metric ton of cap space, it'll be interesting to see how they use it.

Bell wants to go there but I don't think Indy is an organization that will put up with his shit. I still think he lands with the Jets.

Redeyejoker 12-31-18 03:04 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 

Originally Posted by DVD Josh (Post 13471305)
Bell wants to go there but I don't think Indy is an organization that will put up with his shit. I still think he lands with the Jets.

I think Indy has a decent enough ground game where they wonít pay him what he wants or deal with his crap

Damfino 12-31-18 03:14 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 
Never mind the draft, where will the Raiders play next season?

hdnmickey 12-31-18 03:41 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 

Originally Posted by dom56 (Post 13471278)
What you think of Alabama DT Quinnen Williams?

He is who I would target as th best available as do many others..They key is if you need to take him at #1 if somebody is going to go after Bosa.

The trouble with trading down is going finding somebody willing to trade up. A team with a rather loaded roaster may be willing to trade to get one of those great propsects on defense.

I doubt Indy wants to pay Bell. Better off putting that money elsewhere. The Jets and Cheifs are a great fit.

Deftones 12-31-18 03:43 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 
Apparently Antonio Brown didn't practice half the week, got into a fight with a teammate, didn't show up to meetings, then showed up at gametime wanting to play and the Steelers said nope GTFO. Looks like with Smith-Schuster becoming a star in his own right, I would not be surprised at all if they traded him.

Paff 12-31-18 04:02 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 

Originally Posted by Sonny Corinthos (Post 13471218)
The top 20 draft order for the 2019 NFL Draft.

1. Cardinals (3-13)
2. 49ers (4-12)
3. Jets (4-12)
4. Raiders (4-12)
5. Buccaneers (5-11)
6. Giants (5-11)
7. Jaguars (5-11)

I can see some jockeying around with the Giants and Jags as both teams (especially the Jags) are in need of a QB. Even though it's not a QB-strong draft, you don't want the team in front of you getting the one you want.

Decker 12-31-18 04:04 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 

Originally Posted by Damfino (Post 13471501)
Never mind the draft, where will the Raiders play next season?

The most likely place is AT&T Park in San Francisco apparently.
Too bad Sam Boyd stadium is such a dump that it can't even make do for 8 games.

Decker 12-31-18 04:08 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 

Originally Posted by Paff (Post 13471530)
I can see some jockeying around with the Giants and Jags as both teams (especially the Jags) are in need of a QB. Even though it's not a QB-strong draft, you don't want the team in front of you getting the one you want.

Don't think that there is one worth grabbing that high this year. Those teams should follow of the lead of the Chiefs who had the #1 pick in 2013. They needed a QB really badly but didn't like the draft class so they traded with SF for Alex Smith who was a ready starter and a significant upgrade while hanging onto that #1 pick (though they kinda wasted that pick on Eric Fisher).

Deftones 12-31-18 04:09 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 

Originally Posted by Decker (Post 13471533)
The most likely place is AT&T Park in San Francisco apparently.
Too bad Sam Boyd stadium is such a dump that it can't even make do for 8 games.

Report I saw said the Niners would prevent that since it is their home market.

Deftones 12-31-18 04:10 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 
That AB fight was allegedly with Ben. Oooh boy.

hdnmickey 12-31-18 04:56 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 
The Jags should go with a veteran QB and use that pick to fill other needs.

There is really something up with the Steelers internally. Seems like they know what the problem is but keep choosing not to adress it. If it's Ben then it's easier to see why they are not making the move. But nothing will rimprove long term until they do.

JeffTheAlpaca 12-31-18 06:41 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 

The 9ers are primed to have a massive rebound next season. They are already competitive and will get back McKinnon, Brieda at full heath, and Jimmy G. Pettis seems like a solid WR and Kittle is probably a top 3 TE. Their defense needs a ton of work but they will get at least two playmakers in the draft picking where they are. This is a team to look out for next season.
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JeffTheAlpaca 12-31-18 06:43 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 

Originally Posted by fujishig (Post 13471300)
Yeah, that was just an awful game against the Rams to end the season with their backup squad in there. But I think it all hinges on Jimmy G.

Indy has a metric ton of cap space, it'll be interesting to see how they use it.


The Colts are already decent and they can probably make a deep playoff run this year and if they get more pieces dam watch out they might become the class of the AFC.

DVD Josh 12-31-18 06:47 PM

Re: 2019 NFL Off-Season Thread
 

Originally Posted by Deftones (Post 13471536)
That AB fight was allegedly with Ben. Oooh boy.

AB is really really good. Teams would line up to get him. If Cooper is worth a 1, AB is worth three.


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