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I’m over OBJ I’d rather have Samuel, or either received from the Tits, plus you wife Chris Conley and the other Receiver.Good post Cousin,
How about this: Njoku and OBJ from the Browns for Gilmore and a 5th?
The Browns would move both. Njoku is a one year rental. OBJ has three.
If the Browns add JJ Watt with Miles Garrett and now have Ward and Gilmore at the corners they look good on Defense and they have Hooper as TE and Landry, they need to pick up one WR in FA or the Draft.
Perhaps one more trade. Go get former Ohio State star WR Michael Thomas from the cash strapped Saints
This would be a superb Browns Team.
OBJ and Njoku would be a great start to 2021 for the Pats........even if they took Cam back.
Then why are the Bears desperate to move away from him? Supposedly they are all in on a trade.
I don't buy it, especially with how complicated the Patriots offense is. All of these re-threads (Trubisky, Mariota, Winston, etc.) will have difficulty picking up Pats system imo.
The Belichickian solution is to bring in Jacoby Brissett for 12-15M and use the extra money to pick up a professional blocking TE and build up our front 7 defensively. Abandon the high powered offensive style we don't have the personnel for anyway. Build our offense around the run with Harris, Michel and White. Focus on controlling time of possession and clock management to minimize opponent's ability to possess the ball and use the run to set up opportunities for the limited passing game.
If you can't get a QB to run your system, or WRs to play in your system, maybe it's time to rethink...your system.
Times change. When team traded Brissett, TFB was the QB. Now, Stidham is QB1.They essentially cut him in 2017, trading him for Dorsett when both players were bubble roster players. You’ve posted this same idea many times without addressing the elephant in the room. If they felt he could be the team’s quarterback, or even a backup, he’d be a roster lock and they’d have carried three QBs with Garoppolo on the trading block.
They’re not paying anything for a guy they spent the 90th pick on, and then dumped after one season.
This is more or less how our first 2 Superbowl wins happened. People forget that Brady wasn't peak Brady until after the first Dynasty. Those first 3 wins were based on Brady being clutch at key times, yes, but also an elite defense fantastic special teams play, and a solid rushing attack to fill in the gaps in the young QB's game.I like this approach actually. I don't care about style points, just win games and compete
The Colts went out of their way to announce that they saw Brissett's contract as being a brand new $30M/2yr deal that replaced the final year of his contract, but that's never how any other contract is evaluated so I'm not sure how they (mostly) got away with it. It was a one year, $28 million extension regardless of whatever spin they want to put on it.IIRC he made 15M last year, which these days is less than half of an A1 starter salary.
This is more or less how our first 2 Superbowl wins happened. People forget that Brady wasn't peak Brady until after the first Dynasty. Those first 3 wins were based on Brady being clutch at key times, yes, but also an elite defense fantastic special teams play, and a solid rushing attack to fill in the gaps in the young QB's game.