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  • demonbinder
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    Reports are that salary cap will be going up significantly to around $208M. They are still talking but that big an increase will make a difference for lots of teams.

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  • demonbinder
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    An interesting article about his trade value from other GM's:
    https://www.yahoo.com/sports/what-do...153114132.html
    Last edited by demonbinder; May 21, 2021, 20:40.

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  • SlowwHand
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    Thespun.com
    Here’s what a potential package from the Broncos would look like, per Breer:
    • QB Drew Lock
    • DE Bradley Chubb
    • G Dalton Risner
    • 2022 first round pick, 2022 second round pick
    • 2023 first round pick, 2023 second round pick
    • 2024 first round pick

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  • SlowwHand
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    I THINK it was CBS Sports. I meant to post the link, but my mind went on the fritz.

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  • -Jrabbit
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    Awesome. Love the drama in Green Bay!
    Where is that story? Link?

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  • SlowwHand
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    I just read an article about what Denver would give for Rogers (Lock, a couple of first roound picks and more) and two things come to mind.
    1) If I was running the circus in Green Bay, I'd jump all over it.
    2) If I was Elway, I'd be keeping my new position and taking back over as G.M.
    It's like Dallas finding the sucker in Minnesota in the Hershel Walker trade, all over again. Lightning CAN strike twice.

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  • SlowwHand
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    Well, I'm a known idiot. You know that sometimes you have to draw pictures for me.

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  • ColdWizard
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    Great QBs by Bears standards, obviously

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  • SlowwHand
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    Dalton will be as oood as his OL and other support. If Bears fall behind 28-0, Dalton isn't a comeback kid.
    And ColdWizard, if you put McMahon anywhere near Luckman, you're deranged, but I knew that already.


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  • Ming
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    Dalton will be on a short leash. If he doesn't deliver quickly, he will be toast. If he can win some games and look good in the process, he will keep it his job, but the ax is already hanging over his head.

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  • demonbinder
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    That's a small sample size. They can and I think did get one earlier than that. I received a notification from Fantasy Pro's that their post-draft rankings were out so I checked and they have Justin Fields as the #11 QB, right behind Aaron Rodgers! Trevor Lawrence is at 9.

    But as CW says you have to develop him correctly. Any guesses on the over/under of when he starts? My nephew thinks game three which wouldn't surprise me, but depends on how Dalton plays.
    Last edited by demonbinder; May 3, 2021, 18:27.

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  • ColdWizard
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    Scouting the qb correctly is one thing, developing him is a entirely different challenge. Also, Luckman (1939) to McMahon (1982) means the Bears are due for their next great qb in 2025.

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  • SlowwHand
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    Roger's is good, but I don't like him. I wouldn't want to hang around with him.

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  • Ming
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    Time will only tell on this one. Our GM doesn't have a good track record with QB's, but this at least looks like a good move at the moment.
    The local media is rejoicing just as much about the Aaron Rodgers problems with Green Bay. Fans are just salivating at the thought of Rodgers being in another division this year

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  • SlowwHand
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    Bears made a damn good pick. I can just imagine the media rejoicing.

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