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kyle021

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  1. I said at the beginning of the offseason that Jones May be asked for restructure or he could get traded. They love him and i prefer they keep him, but if cutting or trading hmmm clears 7 in cap space then you do it and then see what it takes to sign Mike Daniels which shouldn’t be more than 2-3 million
  2. Also if Davis posts 1k receiving yards and 7 TD and we let him walk we likely get a comp 3 in return bc someone will throw large money at a guy who had 955 yards in his second year and then a down 3rd year while hurt and QB changed and then in a contract year he puts it all together but we can’t afford to retain him and let him walk for a comp 3
  3. I have a gut instinct Beasley is going to resurrect his career much like Jason Babin did when he signed here and put down 12.5 sacks in his only year here and then signed a deal with Philly in FA and followed Washburn there and then had 18 sacks. if we can get 12.5 sacks from Beasley this year and then retain him for another year and he drops a total of 30.5 sacks In two years here then that would the steal of the offseason
  4. I am going to say we go 10-6 and win the division. Tannehill will throw for 4400 yards and 33 TD with 11 INT Henry runs for 1360 yards and 12 TD on 280 carries and Evans runs for 450 yards on 100 carries and 4 TD and also catches 21 balls for 180 yards and 2 TD AJB pulls in 80+ catches for 1200+ yards and 7 TD Davis finally breaks out with 70 catches for 1120 yards and 8 TD Humphries has 60 catches for 800 yards and 5 TD Smith puts up a respectable 45 catches for 580 yards and 4 TD defensively Simmons gets 7 sacks, Landry leads the team with 11 and Beasley proves to be a great signing with 10 sacks himself. Byard will lead the league in interceptions with 9 including a pick six and Butler and Jackson have 4 each. Evans puts it all together and has 120+ tackles and 5 sacks, 1 INT, and 2 FR with 3 FF the best thing? Our Kicker connects on 23/26 FG I’m just curious as to what you guys think our players will put up statistically... It would be awesome if we have a 4K passed, run for almost 2k and have two 1k WR
  5. I want to see a shotgun set with Henry and Evans in the backfield and Smith in the slot matched up with a NB and Davis and Brown flanked our wide. That’s a lot of speed and size out there
  6. If Jonnu got 5 catches a game he could post 70 yards a game eclipsing 1k his YAC is unbelievable. Idk why we don’t go to him more.
  7. No I agree with you. I don’t think there’s another team that runs a 34 with two ILB that good. Hell, Evans is top 8 in my book and Brown top 12 Brown would be a nightmare WLB in a 4-3
  8. He is trying like hell to stay in Seattle. we are making it hard
  9. On offense I am going with Humphries. I think after a rough first year here that he breaks out in this system putting up near career highs in catches and converted third downs. I don’t care if he catches 110 balls for 10 yards a catch. If he can produce first downs on a consistent basis in third and medium and third and long then consider me a happy man. My alternate offensive pick would be Jonnu Smith. If Humphries doesn’t do that then I would expect Smith to put up 60 catches for 800 yards and 7-9 TD’s Defensively I’m going with our second year man in Simmons. Last year I predicted Jayon Brown. This year it’s big Jeff with 60+ tackles and 10+ sacks My alternate would be Adoree with him putting the icing on the cake and generating turnovers in addition to his sticky coverage. I would guess he gets 4+ interceptions
  10. This super bowl or bust crap... For me it’s win the division and a playoff game and hopefully to be in position to make it back to the AFCCG
  11. I imagine AJ Brown breaks into our all time leading WR by the second year of his extension. if him and RT continue to develop together and play at a high level for the next 4-5 years then I expect Brown to average 1200 yards a year with maybe few 1400 yard seasons. I think we see that jump in production this year with around 70–80 catches and 1200 yards. He will def get 10+ TD bc his size, and physicality will win more than it wouldn’t in the red zone and with the way he runs through tacklers I imagine he will carry a few DB’s into the endzone with him this year. I’m eager to see if Davis will play like the 5th overall pick which he has shown so much promise and so many signs he will be, but injuries and inconsistent QB play have hampered him. The fact he has 900 yards with Mariota and Gabbert in 2018 and how he always torches Gilmore should account for something.
  12. Without the Oilers past it would be Walker as #1 followed by Mason as #2 I would imagine
  13. Henry’s carries shouldn’t increase they should decrease and be in the high teens. Like around 18 carries per game. In blow outs it won’t just be him running either. Evans should get most of those carries having proved he is a capable runner. I agree on everything though. I think Brown needs to see about 8-13 passes a game. He will produce big time stats and TD’s. I think we will see that, because I think Tannehill has more authority in throwing the ball. They didn’t pay him that much to hand the ball off 30 times a game
  14. I want to see Smith open the offense up, and Henry get around 250-280 carries and Evans around 100-120 carries with Tannehill throwing anywhere from 520-580 passes if we can balance the offense out like that and allow Tannehill more freedom to sling the ball then Brown May see around 80-100 catches in all honesty and if he sees 100 catches then we are looking at 13-1400 yards and double digit touchdowns and 4K passing yards from RT

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