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The Possibilities at Eleven: Volume III

| April 18th, 2016

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Prospect Profile: Shaq Lawson, Edge, Clemson

Pros: Very athletic and never takes a play off. Athleticism was a question for some before the combine but Lawson had arguably the best performance at his position. Was very productive with 12.5 sacks and 24.5 tackles for loss last season. Had 21 tackles for loss and seven sacks his first two seasons as a part-time player at Clemson.

Cons: Suffered a knee injury late last year and was flagged at the combine for a shoulder issue. Hard to say how that will turn out. His arms are on the short side, measuring 32.75 inches.

Summary: I love Lawson as a prospect, but I don’t think he’s going to have a ton of sack production in the NFL. I can see him being a Tamba Hali clone. He’ll have around eight sacks per season and be very productive against the run. Probably best suited to be a teams second-best pass-rusher. Is that worth the 11th pick?

Jeff’s Thought: 8 sacks per season? If he’s guaranteeing that you sprint to submit the card at 11.

Prospect Profiles: Paxton Lynch, QB, Memphis

Pros: Great size, athleticism and production at Memphis. Did not turn the ball over, something that many believe will translate to the NFL. Has the potential to be a real franchise quarterback.

Cons: When the going got tough, he struggled. Memphis didn’t play a lot of good competition, but when the defenses stiffened, Lynch resorted to safe, easy throws. While he didn’t turn the ball over, that style didn’t produce the kind of big plays teams want to see from their quarterbacks, especially if they’re considered franchise players. Some questions about if he parties too much, something that’s sure to scare teams away after Johnny Manziel. Has supremely douchey facial hair.

Summary: I’m not entirely sure what separates Lynch from Carson Wentz. Lynch is a bit bigger, more athletic and more productive at a higher level. It makes me wonder about the things we don’t get to see, like his intelligence, his work ethic and his leadership. It’ll be interesting to see where he goes. It’s possible the NFL rates him right on par with Wentz and it’s the analysts who are behind.

Jeff’s Thought: Lynch is worth a third-round pick.

Prospect Profiles: Jarran Reed, DL, Alabama

Pros: Probably equal to teammate A’Shawn Robinson as a run defender. Has really good technique and is a bull at the point of attack. Should be a starting nose tackle Day One in the NFL and will anchor his team’s run defense.

Cons: Doesn’t have the pass-rush potential Robinson has. A little bit shorter, not as long and more than a full year older than Robinson. Already has polished technique, but still wasn’t able to pressure the quarterback much. Probably limited to playing in the interior.

Summary: I think Reed is going to be a very good pro for somebody, but I don’t think it’ll be the Bears. Reed probably can’t play end in their base defense, which would mean sliding Eddie Goldman out and he also isn’t an ideal fit. If Reed is there in the second round, the Bears should just grab him and figure out how the pieces fit together later.

Jeff’s Thought: Bama scares me.Β 

 

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  • Irish Sweetness

    Is that Paxton Lynch in the photo? He looks like a toilet brush. No. Not in any round. Silly idea. We have a developing QB already.

    Short arms and low IQ tell me the Bears pass on Lawson too.

    Jarran Reed? At 11?

    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      Agree with you on Lynch. Most punchable QB facial hair since Andrew luck.
      With regards to Lawson, I don’t care if he has the IQ of a potato. If we got 8 sacks a year out of him, he’d absolutely be worth the 11 pick. Not that it matters, bc we are gonna end up with DLee, but…

      • Big Mike

        We sound old and crabby. πŸ™‚ Now is the time in the draft process where nothing new can be discovered about our prospective first rounders. In reality all we find out on draft day is how Pace and Fox view the top 15 or so prospects. Don’t even know if they were right.

      • MB30SD

        Get on the Shaqwagon baby!

        Woo wooooooo!

  • Irish Sweetness

    Hilary gave me a chuckle today as I perused Fox and their cartoon heads.

    New York … you’ve always had my back …

    (hundreds of oxygen thieves cheer)

    And I’ve always tried to have yours …

    MWAH!

    Just like she said she always tried to tell the truth. Classic. It’s like she was created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

    • antityco

      Meatballs shouldn’t make political comments. Stick with sports and then you’ll only be wrong about one subject.

      • Ribeyes for Operators

        Irish is never wrong about sports. You simply can’t handle the fact that Kurt Warner was an alien from the planet LV226, and the whole grocery bag boy story was a cover. Mind. Blown.

        • Huge Bear’s Penis

          thank you, I am doing a crossword needed a 6 letter word for Former NFL QB from planet LV226.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        If that’s gonna be the rule, this whole comment section is f-cked.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Now let’s analyse you.

        Oh look … a hundred negative comments on Disqus! Quelle surprise! Was it daddy or mommy that neglected you?

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        antityco Irish Sweetness 5 months ago
        It’s a horrible idea.

        • MB30SD

          Asssssshoooooooole

        • Scharfinator

          Hahahaha exposed as a classic troll. What a sad little man

        • CanadaBear

          Thanks Irish for doing the homework so we don’t have to! Bless you my son!

        • Sactowns#1

          Trollin…..trollin….trollin down the river…

        • Ososfan

          I was about to layeth the smack down on dude for disrespecting you, Irish, but then again it’s you and you don’t take craps from anyone!

      • MB30SD

        Speaking of meatballs…. shhhhhhhhh

    • willbest

      Bigger could mean a lot of things. More money, more people, more toys. Maybe he just wants to build Voltron. I would be down with that.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        If Trump is going to start building Battlemechs, I may just change my vote and run down to the recruiting station.

    • Trac

      It matters not. All you need to know about who is orchestrating this shit storm can be linked to the Belfour Declaration. You know this, stop playing dumb.

      http://zionism-israel.com/Balfour_Declaration_1917.htm

  • Ribeyes for Operators

    How about that BCS Finale?

    Man, a whole lotta this going on:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cain_and_Abel

  • “Cons: has douchey facial hair.”

    I’m out. Even if he does turn out to be a solid QB, I don’t need another decade of Chicagoans trashing their QB because he’s perceived as a douche.

    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      He looks like Tony Stark humped a Muppet.

      • Irish Sweetness

        I hear that’s actually going to happen in The Avengers meets X-Men versus the Justice League at McDonalds :Civil War 2

        • MikeBrownhadaPosse

          Give Disney time…

    • MB30SD

      On a scale of 1-10 dfh… this guy is an 11.

  • Big Mike

    “I’m not entirely sure what separates
    Lynch from Carson Wentz. Lynch is a bit bigger, more athletic and more
    productive at a higher level” Ummm.. bigger, more athletice and more productive at a higher level might be what separates him?

  • MB30SD

    Fuckoff antityco, this is a cunt-free zone mate

    https://youtu.be/9TXqQmnjTK8

    • Scharfinator

      You were the runt, then you got on roids and now you think you can bunt everyone!

      • Irish Sweetness

        Mwah! Gary goes to the pool.

        “Children must be supervised at at all times.”

        “Sez nothin about goats c’mon Gary ….”

        Brilliant.

        • MB30SD

          You’re welcome lad

    • CanadaBear

      There’s just something about the British and Aussies when it comes to swearing. Always cracks me up.

      • MB30SD

        It’s more ozzie and scottish… the British not so much.

        Stiff upper lip and all that old bean

        • CanadaBear

          I have a little trouble understanding the Scots. The first time I watched Trainspotting it took me about 10 minutes to decode it.

          • Bender McLugh

            check this out if you haven’t seen it, very enjoyable. The book is written phonetically too, making the Scottish parts just as difficult to understand reading as it they are watching.

            http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0107653/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_65

          • CanadaBear

            Just watched the trailer. I’ll check it out. Thanks!

          • Irish Sweetness

            Brilliant film, as I recall. Purely ideas based. And he mentions in it about micro-chipping your thumb, and its reference in the book of revelations …long before anyone else was talking about it. “And ye shall not be able to buy or sell without the mark of the beast…”

          • Bender McLugh

            agreed, excellent back and forth with Thewlis, and probably my favorite roll he’s ever done.

            “Thanks for the mammories.”

          • Irish Sweetness

            Try reading the book!

        • CanadaBear

          I think this guy might argue with ya. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUexzDFhWtM

    • Irish Sweetness

      I’m addicted now.

      “Are you a vegan?”
      “Occasionally…”

      • MB30SD

        That’s a noice rig……… the bike’s pretty good too.

      • CanadaBear

        I had to roll my eyes once she started up about vegans and Gary needs to be on the grass. I liked the remark about Gary not going to the salon like her dog.

        • Irish Sweetness

          He’s a quick-witted demon. I like Jimbo. Silver-tongued charmer.

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    Rapoport is talking like the Browns and Chargers are shopping their picks as well…which would bode very well for us getting a very, very nice defensive player at 11 if Wentz, Goff, and Lynch go 1,2,3.

    • willbest

      Teams are getting desperate this QB class looks nothing like 2012 to merit this.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        I guess it’s possible that somebody like the Raiders has a boner for Jalen Ramsey or Tunsil, but I would expect it’s interest in the QBs that is driving this…and I agree.

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse
    • MB30SD

      hahahaha… I want to be tony stark when I grow up.

  • Scharfinator

    Paxton’s hair game is busted.

  • Sactowns#1
  • Doc Nitty

    Volume III?

    This is like the Iliad and the Odyssey of Ugh.

  • CanadaBear

    I clicked on an article about best dog breeds for seniors. The first one listed is a Beagle. It said they require little maintenance. I’ve never seen a low maintenance Beagle in my life. Always full of piss and vinegar and barking constantly. I like them and they are fun as hell but not low maintenance.

    • Ribeyes for Operators

      Best dog for Seniors: Great Dane.

      No wait… that’s the worst…

      • CanadaBear

        I love Great Danes. My biggest issue is the short lifespan. Wouldn’t want one because of the shedding and would have to buy another couch.

    • willbest

      Cavalier King Charles seems like the perfect do nothing dog to me.

      • CanadaBear

        My boss had one. He loved it. Said it was really smart. Sure are cute little devils.

      • MB30SD

        Eww

        • willbest

          I didn’t say that was the dog I would get (although they are really good around small children), it is just a solid lap dog for people that don’t have a lot of energy.

          We are still a couple years away from a dog. Pets are expensive anymore, and I am still catching up on all the deferred maintenance on my house. Plus the wife wanted new bathrooms. Apparently, early 80’s style didn’t cut it.

          • MB30SD

            yeah, house first. a dog is like a 3 yr old… for 10+ years

          • Irish Sweetness

            Your dog gets cancer …. as Deion would say …. business decisions.

    • Scharfinator

      They get fat super quick too – one of ours is a puggle and we have to watch his intake pretty tightly. A buddy of mine owns the only fit beagle I know.

    • beninnorcal

      I think those japanese dogs, shiba inu’s, seem like a pretty chill dog for seniors. They seem to be pretty laid-back and low-maintainance, they also seem like they are pretty smart.

      • CanadaBear

        I used to always have cats. When I got remarried my wife had a Bichon. Really a fun little dog. Since then we have had two Havanese. All 3 are/were non-shedding, hypoallergenic dogs. Once I got away from dealing with the pet hair I don’t want to go back.

        • Irish Sweetness

          Cats are perfect for seniors. You get a dog, and dogs need to have frequent baths or they stink to fuck. Then you’ve got a senior and a dog, and either or both is smelling of piss.

          Cats? Self-cleaning, self-exercising … brutal for guarding, but what’re ya gonna do?

          • CanadaBear

            I love cats but my Little Love Dove doesn’t. Havanese are about as close to a non-shedding cat as you get. Same size and a lot of the same temperament.

    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      French Bulldog. Absolutely.

      • MB30SD

        They’re so… in right now

        • MikeBrownhadaPosse

          That’s ’cause they are the best dogs evah. Can’t help it I set trends, yo.

          • MB30SD

            Smh…

            I actually think they’re super cute. I just don’t like to be trendy

          • They supposedly don’t have the health problems of their English brethren.

            But yeah, trendy.

      • $$$

      • Irish Sweetness

        One of the teachers here lives on my road, has a French bulldog. Everyone on the road hates her because the thing barks all day when she’s at work.

    • Huge Bear’s Penis

      my grandparents always had Jack Russell Terriers. They tended to bark a lot at strangers or if they were left alone in the house. Since my grandparents were retired, the dog was rarely left alone in the house and very few strangers showed up. However, my grandparents lived out in the middle of nowhere on a farm, so not sure how the dogs handle city life.

      • CanadaBear

        All the JRT’s I’ve been around are super energetic but basically sweet dogs.

  • Ribeyes for Operators

    Jeff’s Thought: Lynch is worth a third-round pick.

    I have a marvvy idea.

    Let’s not pick a QB in the draft. Because even if Cutler goes down, we’re not going to play him. Brady wouldn’t have been ready to step in for Bledsoe right outta school. He was drafted in 2000, he came in the fall of 2001 and went 11-3.

    Fox needs a bump season. The expectation is that – everywhere he’s gone – his second season is a 10 win season. That’s the bar. Go get a vet QB. McCown is probably unemployed soon. Fuck go get Brian Hoyer, somebody in the South Loop will mistake him for their supermarket manager.

    Use the draft to assemble a team of players that will get on the field. DBs in later rounds that can contribute to special teams. Quit fucking Jeff Rodgers over by constantly swapping the guys on his squad. Commit to the fucking 3rd phase by getting young guys that can see the field and use their young legs to contribute.

    Deal with the QB thing next year. Draft the QB for the future if this year goes to shit and we end up 4-12 with Cutler hurt. But let’s stock with D talent and a OL guy if needed.

    • CanadaBear

      ST’s looked decent in the second half of the season considering the talent. With some truly fast, athletic guys out there I think they could be really good.

    • Sactowns#1

      If you absolutely have to have a QB, trade down in the 1st, get a boatload of picks, trade a few of those picks for Garoppolo.

    • Bender McLugh

      supermarket manager…..lol

    • Irish Sweetness

      Let’s NEVER draft a QB …

      1. You draft a guy who you HOPE will be good. Some teams sell 3 drafts to do this.
      2. You train him up for a few years.
      3. If he’s any good, somebody else signs him away from you anyway.

  • Ribeyes for Operators

    Show me the Benjamins too rich for your blood?

    How about “Show me the Tubbies”?

    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/04/treasurys-lew-to-announce-hamilton-to-stay-on-10-bill-222204

    • Sactowns#1

      Jackson is quite a strange character when put in modern context. Saved us from an invasion and won a war, also tried to run the country into the ground over a personal vendetta.

      • willbest

        He also revolutionized political campaigning.

    • willbest

      Ordinarily I would have a problem pulling one of the more influential people in US history in favor of some B-team diversity hire, but in the case of Jackson I suspect the only reason was placed on the bill in the first place was to piss on his corpse. His spirit no doubt welcomes his removal.

    • Irish Sweetness

      One fine lookin’ woman …..

  • MB30SD

    Oh well….. heerrooooooo

    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      I’m obviously the Chris Pratt of the comments section.

      • MB30SD

        you have a crush, don’t lie.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        The semi-fat Chris Pratt from Parks and Rec, I mean.

        • MB30SD

          not the super ripped one from Jurassic… the one you have a poster of on your bedroom ceiling?

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            Hey now – I like dinosaurs.

          • MB30SD

            who doesn’t?

            Btw, you have come back to us in monster form! You must really hate the new gig. hahahaha

          • MB30SD

            how do I upvote your upvote?

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            Click twice fast, repeat ad infinitum.

        • Sactowns#1

          I’m obviously the younger Denzel.

    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      You had me at the director of Training Day and The Equalizer – love that flick.

    • CanadaBear

      I hate it when they remake classics. Gotta admit the trailer looked good and Anthony Fuqua is the real deal. Just hope they don’t fuck it up.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Dare I say it, True Grit was better than the original?

        • CanadaBear

          I never really liked the original. Not a huge John Wayne fan. Although I did like the part with the reins in his mouth.

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    Browns just traded out of the #2 spot.
    From Rapoport:
    “The #Eagles receive: No. 2, 2017 fourth rounder. #Browns receive: No. 8, No. 77, No. 100; 2017 1st rounder, 2018 2nd rounder.”

    • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

      oh boy, I wonder what their strategy is? I couldb’t see them taking a QB with the 2nd pick though….but who moved up?

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        What I saw was that they had their heart set on Goff, but think Rams want him (?!?), so they decided f-ck it, we’re gonna suck anyway, restock everything else.

        • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

          I can’t believe Philly was the trade partner.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            I can’t believe Cleveland made a trade that didn’t f-ck themselves over.

          • MB30SD

            oh they will, just give them time (and rope)

          • Irish Sweetness

            They haven’t blown the picks yet.

            They might fire their GM and sign Jerry Angelo.

        • willbest

          They would still owe the guarantees if Bradford died on the field. They must have a trade with the Jets or Broncos for one of their QBs.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            I’m guessing they also won’t really put in Bradford at running back.
            So now Denver trades away their draft to grab one of the craptastic Eagles QBs? That’d be cute.
            At least the final week is getting interesting.

    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      I am still gobsmacked, like I was a couple of weeks ago when this was being debated.

      I cannot believe that the Eagles put as much guaranteed money as they have into the QB position in FA, and then mortgaged this (and the next) draft to move up 6 spots and grab another.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        To the credit of Pat Irwin, he predicted this trade in his mock draft five days ago.

      • Big Mike

        They are just collecting QBs hoping one works. Remember when the skins traded 5-6 picks to get RGIII, than drafted Cousins in the 4th with one of their remaining 3 picks. They bet they wish they had all their picks back AND took cousins.

        • All-in.

          • Big Mike

            The QB merry go round sucks. See Burris, Kenzie,et al

        • Irish Sweetness

          SMH at this drafting-and-hoping.

          Let me sign a Fitzy- Glennon- McCown type trio for 18M and ride the wave.
          Use your picks to build the trenches. Your “#1” QB goes down, you might even get better!

          • Big Mike

            Interesting theory Irish. Not sure you could sign three guys like that. Not the money, but one of them knows they’re 3rd and they have a hard enough time being backups. Bucking the trend and saying, we’re just going to go with a bottom third possibly 15-20 ranked qb and win it with everything else. Sounds a lot like Lovie Smith.

    • MB30SD

      them, the 9ers, browns (just wait), bucs… all just SMH. WTF are these orgs doing?!

    • willbest

      I feel like the Eagles got hosed on this trade. They are going to be drafting in the top 15 next year and probably the top 10.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        The word is schlonged, according to my source in NYC.

    • Sactowns#1

      2 first rounders for the #2 this year. Things have gotten crazy.

  • BC

    Browns now have 6 picks in top 100, they’ll screw it up though…because Cleveland.

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      • Irish Sweetness

        REALLY? You’re not even her .. you’re some scrawny little Asian dude smoking his tits off in a cafe in Guangzhou with 40 other little fucks doing the same thing!

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      • BC

        You spelled McLaren wrong because you’re a filthy cunt gary

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    So La Canfora says Hoyer could come here to backup Jay? I have no problem with that whatsoever…in fact, it gets the MBHaP patented two thumbs up.
    Means we’re not wasting a first or second on a backup QB in this draft and Hoyer doesn’t suck…as a backup.

    • willbest

      I like that as long as we don’t give something up for it.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        Like what? He got released as far as I know.

        • willbest

          oh, I thought he was still under contract, I hadn’t heard he was released.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            Couple of days ago. Front office finally got around to it after giving Osweiler his ceremonial rubdown.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Do we know Hoyer is better than Fales? I’d be pretty pissed off I was David. He’s known nothing other than the Bears. He knows the guys, the play book …

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        He’s a sixth round pick. What the hell would he be pissed about?

  • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

    Jason La CanforaVerified account ‏@JasonLaCanfora 52m52 minutes ago
    On the Brian Hoyer front, will visit DEN as @AdamCaplan reported. If he doesn’t sign there, expect him to a Bear by end of week
    I want Hoyer on the team just so I can hear someone eventually say how Hoyer would be an upgrade over Cutler. That would be special.

    • Ribeyes for Operators

      Man did I call that or what?

      • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

        It would be awesome to pick up a vet QB for cheap, stock the team as you said and revisit this 1st round QB thing next year or the year after. Good call GP, now Hoyer just has to say no to the Broncos.

        • MikeBrownhadaPosse

          If they’re bringing him in to start, and I have to imagine they are pitching him to at least compete for the position, then we are probably SOL. I can’t imagine leaving Sanchez as the presumptive starter.
          But who knows…

          • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

            ahh, didn’t think of that.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            Maybe they’ll go full wetahd and sign Kaep too. Make it a 3 man race to Mediocre-town.

    • They must’ve read my request.
      A cheap vet is exactly what we need.
      I’m not sure if Hoyer is smart tho. I’d prefer a Matt Hasslebeck type, a cerebral pro to be an extra set of eyes to Cutty and help Fales along.

      But getting a qb vet is a must in my book.

      Just not sure if that should be Hoyer. Can he win a half if Cutty injures his hammy in a playoff game?

      That’s the way I look at QB vets.

      • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

        Cutty ain’t coming out for a hammy.

        • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

          I wish we could have McCown as a backup but it would be too big of a distraction as our fans and media would simply go fucking apeshit. McCown feels that is now a starter and I can’t see him taking a backup role unless the coin was shiny and plentiful.

          • Yeah, someone like McCown would be ideal.
            Real backup QBs cost about 3M per year, I think. So, have to weigh that too.

            b4 last year, Fitz would’ve been good, but now he sees himself as a starter too.

          • willbest

            If the floor on QB 1 is now $18 million then backups are going to cost you $5-6 mill or you are just going to roll with rookie contract QBs, which might not be a bad idea because it would force the NFL to start developing the position.

          • Well, I think the backup QB for the Eagles is making like $6M, but most agree that’s pretty fucking stupid.

            $5M might be highend backup, but I think $3-4M would be more in line with fiscally responsible teams, teams that are also on SB march, cuz if ur not a serious contender, there’s almost no reason unless to shape young QB.

          • Irish Sweetness

            But it’s not stupid when your #1 goes down in week one or PS. Then it’s really smart that you invested money in the backup to the most important position on your team. As long as it’s not Mark Sanchez …

          • Irish Sweetness

            This. The drop-off between QB1 and QB2 salaries is ridiculous. Sooner, rather than later, your QB2 becomes your QB1. More often than not, it means you’re fucked. You’re fucked because you planned not to be fucked, and then you got fucked.

      • Irish Sweetness

        I’d like to see us invest SOMETHING in a Mike Glennon type. Falesy could be something, but the other guy needs to be a vet, not some 5th round draft pick. Remember when James Starks was top of our draft board, and Angelo STILL picked Dan LeFevour …?

  • Ribeyes for Operators

    Did Cleveland just Sonny Weaver Jr. this thing? Jesus Christ, I think they did.

  • ‘Bama scares me – Jeff

    Same here. Can’t really trust their safeties and HBs.
    And they’re pretty loaded in so many places, it’s easy to rack up stats.

    But for as much a monumental prick that Saban is, he does run as close to an NFL system as exists in college, so there is that

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    So the Browns are going to be set up to be an incredibly young team two years from now.
    Will they be a terrible team that is incredibly young?
    Probably.

    • MB30SD

      this.

      #factoryofunendingsadness

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    Following the rev’s twitter feed makes me think the blog needs more Rev Dave.
    No offense, Andrew.

    • Love me some Rev.

    • MB30SD

      I thought they were the same guy?!

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        Nope

        • MB30SD

          oh, uh, ok. whatevs.

          Have you gotten your PSfucking4 yet!?

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            F-ck no…I dropped 1k on Ikea furniture for the playroom. Now I have to put it together. πŸ™

          • MB30SD

            sigh.

            Fuck Ikea. Fucking Swedish cunts. Fuck off Ikea, this is a no cunts zone mates

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            When does daddy get a playroom, hunh? That’s what I want to know!

          • willbest

            Whole fucking house is my play room

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            Dry cleaning bills must suck!

          • willbest

            I probably spend less than $250 a year on dry cleaning. Suits and pants are cheap, wife does the shirts. Its polos and khakis most days anyway. Her cashmere sweaters and silk blouses are bloody ripe off though.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            You just judo flipped my dirty jokes into the mat.
            Well done, sir!

          • Irish Sweetness

            I spend less than $250 in TWO years on clothes.

            My missus just came home with three second-hand shirts for about $9.
            Beauts, too.

            (Shrugs)

          • MB30SD

            never, you’re married…. AGAIN.

            That was 100% your fault. I fucking warned you. hahaha

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            Least they could do is spring for some f-cking words in those manuals. I feel like an alien trying to decipher Voyager 1 while I’m putting together a bookcase.

          • MB30SD

            and don’t you love the brilliant “free tools” they give you!? Hefty resilient tools they is.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            I’m going to give my son a full set of IKEA hex wrenches for Christmas in a couple years.

          • MB30SD

            perfect!

          • willbest

            I have most the hex bits for my drill, I don’t even bother with whats in the box. In fact, power drill and hex bit sets are often a house warming presents I give people who buy their first home.

          • MB30SD

            your chick friends must love you.

            …they want a gravy boat maings.

          • willbest

            whats a chick friend? I don’t think I have ever run across a woman that would help me move, that didn’t want to sleep with me.

          • MB30SD

            I was thinking more about your wife’s friends, but agree with your point.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            Playah!

          • Irish Sweetness

            Kev … no … don’t be a cunt mate.

          • MB30SD

            Sin bin!

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    Good, frigging question!

    So you traded Kiko Alonso, Byron Maxwell, pick 13, 77, 100, 2017 1st and 2018 2nd to grab your backup QB? https://t.co/yPo7jyWiZw— Ian Kenyon (@IanKenyonNFL) April 20, 2016

    • willbest

      Seems like they would have been better off just over paying for Lynch.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        I think they just did.

        • MB30SD

          hee hee

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            I’m serious; I’d actually put a ten-spot on them drafting Lynch.

          • MB30SD

            I wasn’t hee heeing your theory, I was hee heeing your delivery of said theory.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            I was busy talking myself into being serious about said theory…it took me a minute to catch up to myself.

          • MB30SD

            i know. I just sat back and let it all happen.

            If you’re not first you’re last.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            I’m gonna come at you like a spider monkey!

          • Big Mike

            QBs are so expensive at the top of the draft. I have to believe that a 3rd QB might just go off the board in the top 10. A team takes the 3rd best guy with a top 10 pick, with the following hopes. 1) He turns out to be the better than advertised and should have been 1 or 2 2) he turns into a reliable starter 3) He’s a capable back up / has trade value 4) well, at least we didn’t trade our future for the guy.

            A team that goes all in and trades away 5 picks for a QB, guarantees a couple things. It works out and they are geniuses, it goes sideways and the club is doomed to draft the middle of the draft forever, it blows up (good news here, they will be drafting top 5 again).

          • Irish Sweetness

            I can’t see anyone int he top 10 (other than 1 asnd 2) who need a QB. That leaves us. So if we can trade down and rape somebody … then let full rape ensue.

          • Big Mike

            Your scenario is that Lynch is there at 11. You pass and hopefully pick up what? Jumping to1 or 2 is one thing. If you set the price to high, the other team is looking at who is drafting right after us (saints, dolphins, raiders, titans) I don’t know jack about those teams. Are any of them likely to take a QB? If they are we have more leverage. If they aren’t we have less, because they are all good trade partners for the Lynch seeking team.

            I wouldn’t pass on Lynch, Unless it involves a #1 next year, Trading 1s this year and picking up a 2nd and a 3rd this year. I’m not even sure I’d do it then, because I don’t know much about Lynch. You need impact players. 11 gets an impact player. Pro-Bowl potential. I’m just not sure. Also depends how far did we trade back in the draft? Did we trade to 25-32? 20-25? Eeew. If we dropped to 15-20 I’d take the deal.

  • MB30SD

    Holy shit… gary the goat IS Irish

    • Irish Sweetness

      Man I’m a huge Jimbo fan now, thanks mate. Nice guy too.

      • MB30SD

        Yah mate, goodonya. Cunt

  • Scharfinator

    WHOAAA EAGLES GOT FLEECED

    • willbest

      You wouldn’t have thought it from the last couple years, but its quite possible that Chip Kelly was the voice of reason in that organization.

      • MB30SD

        frightening thought.

  • So this guarantees first two picks are QB.

    I think that puts more pressure on those teams hoping to get the 3rd QB. Their draft war room might get itchy trigger fingers.

    • Ribeyes for Operators

      It’s really the best possible news the Bears could have had.

      They will have a shot at Hargreaves, Elliot, Stanley, etc.

      Kiper says we take Rankins. Since Kiper is always wrong, about everything – I guess we are not taking Rankins.

      CBS says Floyd for us

      http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/nfl-draft-scout/25558113/nfl-mock-draft-all-seven-rounds-including-team-by-team-picks

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        Screw CBS.

        • MB30SD

          Not at all a Floyd fan

          • That Guy

            See, I need to start reading from the top. Because I saw this comment and thought there was a music conversation happening… and then I got really confused.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            Yeah, just…yuck. No thanks.

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    “Roseman: Doesn’t know who the Rams will select first. We know who we’re going to get at No. 2.”

    It’s statements like this that make me think they are going Lynch at #2.

    • willbest

      Could they believe that much in Tunsil?

      • Sactowns#1

        Tinsel as strong as tungsten? Sign me up!

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        That would be a truly astonishing move, #1…
        And Roseman has also said they are taking a QB there.
        So, no.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        Maybe they are pulling a reverse Draft Day, and putting the squeeze on another team that desperately needs/wants a starting QB – and hope the haul they get back is better than the haul they just gave up.

    • AlbertInTucson

      Lynch at 2? Like they couldn’t have just STAYED PUT and gotten HIM???

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        Quite possibly not.

  • Sactowns#1

    DOC!!!! How are you celebrating today?

    • willbest

      what is today?

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        April 20th.

        • willbest

          oh right. I forgot about the stoner holiday.

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    Can someone do the numbers on the trade chart to compare what the Eagles gave up vs. the Rams?
    Because, remember, the Eagles were in discussions with TN for that #1 pick before they dropped out.
    To my eyeball, they are giving up more than the Rams did, especially when you include the trade up to #8 they already had in place.
    I don’t want to do maths today.

    • 505Bears
    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      Unless I’m totally lost, the Browns managed to extract even more potential draft value out of the Eagles than the Titans got out of the Rams.
      So weird.
      And again, that doesn’t count what the Eagles gave up just to get that 8th pick to begin with.

      • Irish Sweetness

        The Eagles could have drafted Elliott, and boy do they need an Elliott. Instead, they’ve just pooched their next few drafts on a QB that will probably blow straight in and out of the NFL(Goff). He doesn’t jump out at you does he?

    • willbest

      Rams gave up 2180 points this year to get 3139 points this year. Plus their 1st and 3rd next year which will be worth an average of 1190 points. Discount 15% to present value and I would say the Titans were “overpaid” roughly a 5th rounder.

      Eagles gave up 1705 points this year for 2600 points. The 1 & 2 will have a weighted value of 1420 vs. 70. Discount 15% to present value which means the Browns were “overpaid” roughly a 3rd rounder.

      Of course that is based on in a vacuum analysis. Once you start handicapping who is going to do better next year Eagles or Rams that changes things. Those 1st round draft picks have a lot of swing in their value.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        Yeah, they make up the preponderance of implied draft value in those trades.

  • Ribeyes for Operators

    So, who Ponders this year?

    To Ponder (v): A team that stuns and disrupts the first round of the NFL Draft by picking a guy normally projected for the 3rd or 4th round. Usually Pondering ends up in tears and recriminations as the fan base does a WTF that usually ends up being well founded. 31 teams can potentially Ponder. Usually Pondering is associated to a newly minted NFL GM trying to make a name for himself as a ‘guru’ (See related term – To Emery) but this is not a hard and fast rule.

    • MB30SD

      AKA McClellining, AKA fullering, AKA… sigh

    • Irish Sweetness

      The Raiders. Just because.

      Who’s that Latino kicker again …?

  • Huge Bear’s Penis

    Just my opinion, I think teams are overlooking QB Christian Hackenberg. I got a feeling he is going to be one of the better QBs coming out of this draft and probably won’t be drafted before the 2nd round. Don’t ask me why, I only watched one of his games last year and as long as he was given time he looked pretty good, unfortunately his oline sucked.

    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      Story of his career at PSU unfortunately. Was reading a story about him and he got hosed by coaching/system/personnel changes.

    • Irish Sweetness

      You could truly say that about any QB – give them time and they look good. I’d pay the guy that can get rid of it effectively and/or safely when he has no time.

  • AlbertInTucson

    The Myles Jack “Ticking Time Bomb Knee” report is now being criticized as a “Smear Campaign” designed to cause him to slip lower in the draft.

    Heavens to Murgatroid! You mean NFL teams would LIE about potential draft choices…?

  • Huge Bear’s Penis

    Panthers took back the Franchise Tag on Josh Norman, he is now a Free Agent.

    • willbest

      yes please

    • AlbertInTucson

      Something about this doesn’t pass the smell test.

      Supposedly they were only a couple million apart.

      Now, they just cut him loose?

      • Huge Bear’s Penis

        i thought the same thing, unless they told him to go out and see what the open market would give him and they would match if they could.

        • willbest

          There is the transition tag if they wanted to go that route.

          • AlbertInTucson

            He’s already refused to sign the franchise tender. Why let him go FA? He’d have to play or sit out. If he sits, they don’t have to pay. You think he wants to sit out a season in the prime of his career?

  • willbest

    Intel is cutting its workforce by 12,000. No doubt they will start with their H1-Bs…

    • Ribeyes for Operators

      or….. not

    • AlbertInTucson

      The economy just keeps getting better and BETTER.

      Wait until they stop extending the deadline for small businesses to get on board with Obamacare.

      • willbest

        There is a recession on average every 6.5 years. We are on borrowed time. Going to love refi down to a 2% 15 year fixed when the interest rates go negative though.

  • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

    http://www.chicagobears.com/news/article-1/Cutler-organized-workouts-in-Nashville/684b839f-51cf-45ef-96aa-f352be73e470
    Bears skill players gathered in Nashville to hang out, work out and bond….with one notable exception. Squishy the WR.

    • willbest

      I wonder if Bears South was as much Cutty’s idea as Marshals or if he really liked how it went and decided to replicate it.

      • That Guy

        Its not exactly unusual for QBs to host these sorts of things. Rodgers does it. I’m pretty sure Bridgewater did it his rookie year.

        • Irish Sweetness

          Is it unusual for your so-called #1 receiver not to rock up?

    • Ribeyes for Operators

      Mariani was there. He hustled so much he parked the other players cars, got pizza for everyone at night and STILL ended up catching the most passes.

      • Sactowns#1

        They thought about asking him to return the bats and balls after BP but realized returning is not a skill he poses.

        • MB30SD

          Hee hee

      • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

        Man, that guy sucks at returning kicks but i’ll be goddamned if that lil cracker didn’t come through on 3rd down in the clutch. Damn cracker.

        • MikeBrownhadaPosse

          Crackalackin’

    • AlbertInTucson

      Disappointing.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Dudes in a room playing Crystal Maze. Mmmkay.

      Key point? AJ was missing. AJ the Cancerous.

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    Only person Sam Bradford should be mad at is…no one. He has lots of guaranteed money this year, his GM said he’s the starter, and has a full year at minimum to showcase himself.
    Stop being a whiny bitch and play like a #1 pick for the first time in your career. If Rams hadn’t traded him, he’d already be behind Goff on the depth chart.

    • MB30SD

      Boom

    • willbest

      I guess that is confirmation that they are taking a QB instead of a a tackle or best defensive player.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        Beyond the GM saying that explicitly this afternoon? I guess so.

        • willbest

          I am more likely to trust what my 6 year old says about the draft than any GM a week before it.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            He has one reason to lie at this point and that would be to trade back down for more than what they gave up, like I said before. And I put the odds on that as pretty freaking low.
            In the days when the rookie payscale was not in place, I could see him getting some leverage out of it. But they are picking second, and gave up a fortune to get there. I see no competitive advantage in lying about it at this point.

      • AlbertInTucson

        Can’t see why they’d pay that price to move up for anything besides what they perceive to be a franchise QB.

      • Irish Sweetness

        It takes them out of the Elliott market and that’s good for … apparently just me.

    • Bradford is gonna be shopped. Be surprised if he’s not gone b4 next offseason.

      But that’s an expensive 1 yr mentoring project.

      This kinda reinforces that it’s gonna be Wentz who needs more NFL polish than Goff

      • Irish Sweetness

        Bradford the Bronco?

        Bradford in a Bronco …driving down the freeway with a gun to his head?

  • Kimberlyjbrown3

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    • beninnorcal

      But how do YOU feel about Paxton Lynch’s facial hair? Stick to the topic, jeez..

      • I thought that was one of the guys from BackStreet Boys.

        • beninnorcal

          He’s just missing some goggles over a fuzzy hat..

    • Irish Sweetness

      Ruth, Brande Perino, now Maryann, eh? Changes her name with her knickers ….

      Dear bastard that does this for money. If you are a Nigerian in an internet cafe … in Nigeria … I understand. If you are a Murican then don’t you get that all we see is noise when you post that shit here. No one is going to read that shit nor click on your link. Ever.

      • Ribeyes for Operators

        The guy behind this has some bad scripting book on a card table, a 90s poster of Diktembe Mutumbo behind him on the wall, with a low wattage light bulb with no shade hanging down, where 2 to 3 other card tables stand with cheap Lenovo laptops and card table chairs.

        If he doesn’t troll his quota, then the locsl warlord will punish as he always does: wrap him up in chains and drag him for a mile behind his Technical. It’s 5/16 tow chain so it doesn’t bite in so hard, but the rock roads fuck them up pretty good. Makes it hard to type after a ride.

        So code up Maryann. Akinjide does not like it when you do not bring in the American dollars. Otherwise there is a master lock with your name on it. chink chink.

  • AlbertInTucson
    • beninnorcal

      Didn’t something like this already happen with posting something and espn discipling him? It was within yhe last couple years. Deja-vu..

      • AlbertInTucson

        Yes, just last year.

    • willbest

      Yes well orders have come down from on high from the house of mouse that this is a war shareholders want.

      • AlbertInTucson

        No sympathy. Schilling knew, or should have known, that he’d already used up all the slack he had.

  • That Guy

    Okay this is interesting.

    Walter has Tunsil falling all the way to #6 in this mock. And its not implausible to see it happen (though I think the Jags would take him at 5 in this scenario). If that happens, you have to wonder if the Bears would be tempted to make a move.

    So if you’re the Bears, what do you offer the Ravens for the chance to move up?

    One kinda crazy option? Charles Leno. Leno isn’t worth a first round pick for sure. But he’s got a lot of value based on his play last year. If the Bears offered Leno to the Ravens, Baltimore would get a known quantity at left tackle on his rookie deal. If they have concerns about Tunsil, they might decide to take an OT for free and pick at #11. Maybe we float a late pick as well for good measure.

    What say you?

    • I kinda agree with Jeff on this.
      I think it’d be crazy NOT to find out what we have in Leno first.

      He didn’t wow last season, but it was essentially his first year at LT.

      I think we must find out first what he is. Star, servicable, scrub,

      Also, we’re not ONE player away from SB – not yet.

      Those type of moves are made when we’ve made a few playoffs and are close.

      Right now, we’re still thin from the Angelo/Emery years.

      Gotta restock.

      Next draft, if Leno is a liability, then a trade up seems more plausible.

      Also, LTs as of late have been huge busts. They’re like the new WR a few years back.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Looking at PFF we were 15th overall in OL, 17th in pass-pro, and Mr. Leno wasn’t in the top 20 LTs. Why do the Ravens move at all? For that guy? I don’t see it, NB. They had a gonzo in James Hurst at Tackle, so they will want a Conklin or a Stanley. That video GP posted of Buckner turned me around on Conklin, who owned him. So if you’re the Ravens, you just take Conklin.

      Like Waffle says, let’s see what’s there in Leno, then there’s still Tayo and Weaver behind him. Weaver looked alright in the Dolphins game.

      We were 5th last year in run blocking. Not bad, eh? With a supposedly (fingers crossed) improved setup this year, that’s got to be promising.

      Which brings us to the implications of the Eagles moving up to #2.

      They’re out of the race for Ezekiel Elliott (they could have drafted him at #8), leaving the Bears very possibly as his destination. The Giants will get either Buckner, Conklin, or Stanley.
      [If the giants DO take Elliott, it leaves us with a very real shot at Buckner]

      I’d be surprised if Pace goes with another DT at 11. Nice, but not a need per se. That leaves him with possible choices such as WJAX III / Floyd / Lee / Ragland or the BPA … Elliott.

      You can already see Pace in the presser saying “we couldn’t leave a talent like that on the board”. And I hope they don’t. One thing against that ahppening is Fox’s penchant for RB by committee … but Committees should provide a balance, and where’s our banger?

      Here’s what could happen, based on the new draft lineup and Bears’ moves made thus far :

      Round 1 : Ezekiel Elliott
      Round 2: Jihad Ward

      Round 1 : WJAX III
      Round 2 : Derrick Henry (might be stretch, more a hope) /Jihad / Correa

      Round 1: Reggie Ragland (Pace just might do it)
      Round 2: (a) Henry (b) Jihad (c) Correa

      All of the above are sexual scenarios, are they not?

      This is Gil Brandt’s 56th(!) year at rating draftees. He has Elliott at #3. If he drops to 11 he’s a Bear, and our proud tradition of backs is cemented for another 6 years. If you’re not taking Elliott at 11, you basically have to trade down, because nobody is close to him at that point, and you’re basically handing the Saints an early Christmas present.

      What say ye?

      BTW – Gil Brandt has Tunsil at #1.

      http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000652753/article/hot-100-laremy-tunsil-is-top-prospect-in-2016-nfl-draft

  • Irish Sweetness

    DaBearsBlog β€Ž@dabearsblog

    I’d give Josh Norman a fortune but there’s no chance Panthers let him go for $ reasons. Way more to the story.

    Three days ago, on Vernon Hargreaves ….

    Jeff’s Thought: Corners scare me. I just don’t see the value anymore. With the rules changing every day to make it easier for passing games to excel, why would an NFL use this high of a pick on a position the league itself is trying to relegate to the bargain bin?

    C’mon Jefe, which is it?

    • Ribeyes for Operators

      Thank you.

  • Big Mike

    Here’s an article for data heads. Don’t draft a QB in the first round after the 12th pick. The article broke the first round in to two parts 1-11 and 12+. I think the rule of top 10 should apply.
    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000654451/article/2016-nfl-draft-numbers-say-avoid-picking-a-qb-late-in-round-1. Does that mean the Bears would not be reaching if Lynch was there?

  • Big Mike

    @Irish_Sweetness:disqus and I had a conversation going. Lynch is there at 11. How far back would you go in the first round and for what price?

    What would you want for 11 if you swapped first round picks and the other first round pick was
    a) 15-20
    b) 20-25
    c) 25+

    Who is the likely trade partner?

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