Discussion in 'Sports Forum' started by Max_123, Feb 16, 2019.
I love Aaron Jones and it would break my heart to see Gordon land there.
From what I've heard Foreman has been killing it and looks closer to what he was supposed to be. Right now I'll believe it when I see it.
Save that for when Dak and Goff get paid, ya douche !
I have this feeling that Jordan Howard is going to go off and Howie will be like thanks for your service, but you'll have to get paid elsewhere lol.
I'd be fine with it since they drafted Sanders so highly. Of their three early round picks, he was the only one I really wasn't sold on even though I understand the selection. I would have preferred them to draft a safety.
I was fine with them not coming away with a safety, mainly because I've become high on Rasual Douglas.
I'm excited to see what happens with their secondary this year. Maddox, Douglas, and LeBlanc all showed promise late last year. Of course, Jim is gonna want his boy Mills out there asap and I'm just gonna be shaking my head most games.
If it were up to me Darby/Maddox is what I'm rolling with week one.
Hey I said sorry in advance
also not my teams heh
I wanna be optimistic about Sidney Jones, but the other young guys have grabbed my attention while he struggled to stay healthy last year. But I want to believe
I think this is his last chance tbh.
I agree. Huge year for him, which is tough because he's got more competition around him now than he did this time last year. I'm just glad the team didn't invest any of their early round picks into a CB with all the young talent they already have
Bears have Montgomery and Cohen. No need to get Gordon. Honestly though, while we say the Bucs, I'm thinking the Seahawks. They won't, because they're committed to remarkably poor RB decisions since Lynch, but they should. Wilson/Gordon would be terrifying.
I don't think the Seahawks would either. I really don't know who would trade for him at all right now.
Packers would be great too.
That'd make sense, I keep forgetting they're under new management
Yes! Offensive management instead of offensive management.
The English language is terrible.
I don't see Ballard/Reich fully committing to one RB, but perhaps the Colts could trade for him?
They do have a ton of cap space that they're not really using on anything
No I don't think they should do that. Because, hear me out, fuck that.
If Gordon is going anywhere, it's Bucs or bust if you ask me. Arians would love to have a guy like Gordon in his backfield. Only other team I can think of that doesn't really have a surefire guy is the Dolphins, but they are ~organically tanking~ and in rebuild mode.
Yeah sure would be bad if the Colts won the division with Melvin Gordon running us over instead of the alternative...the Colts winning the division without Melvin Gordon running us over.
Dolphins have no need with Drake and Ballage
Jaguars have no need because we are only interested in RBs with under 4ypc. Efficient? Need not apply.