Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by Rock Strongo, Jun 13, 2018 at 7:02 AM.
Ehh I guess, I just think he’s pretty bad his ypa is bad and he’s a volume thrower
Yep, for as much praise as Ozzie gets as a GM, he's always preferred the blue collar OFC approach with strong DEF.
Flacco was never THAT guy, he got hot and delivered in the playoffs and got the big contract as a result, but I wouldn't turn the money down either.
That sound strategy has worked out well for the browns.
It has- they got Mayfield out of it.
Who they gonna draft next year to replace him? Mayfield will implode.
Nah, but Tyree Jackson probably if they did
more misguided chili maybe?
I just will never be high on mayfield.
Not really when you consider it's at a 6.42 Y/A. 27th out of 30 starters.
I publicly said this franchise couldn't get anymore laugh worthy after the Flacco contract....
But here we are. Homeless people wouldn't even look at me today walking down the street.
Who is Tyree Jackson?
There's a reason the Ravens drafted Jackson at the end of the first round of the NFL Draft. Jackson was never a bad quarterback at all at Louisville.
The problem with Louisville is that they had zero defense and Jackson had to carry the team by himself in every game.
Of course he's also a dual-threat quarterback like Newton, Wilson, Watson, and Winston. Plus, what if Flacco were to go down with an injury at some point of the season? The Ravens made a gamble to get him and I hope he succeeds.
It didn't help that the receivers rarely get open so he's forced to dump it to the RB a bunch. If Flacco forced his passes in that offense he'd have 40 ints a year.
I think losing Pitta really hurt Flacco's production since the Super Bowl. He was always a safe option for him in the passing game to move the chains and they had a good rapport with each other.
ahhhhhhhh, a multitasker....
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