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DaleSr

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Re: Slap Pals Fantasy Football 2022
« Reply #30 on: August 05, 2022, 01:03:24 PM »
Since this is the only spot where us football perverts are talking, whats your guys' take on the Watson/Browns disaster? Hopefully they hit him with the indefinite suspension because six games is absurd

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« Reply #31 on: August 05, 2022, 04:21:04 PM »
Yeah I thought 6 was ridiculous, I hope heís out for the season. I know Baker had some bad games/horrible throws last year but I think the browns made a mistake letting him go (may eat my words on that one but weíll see)

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Re: Slap Pals Fantasy Football 2022
« Reply #32 on: August 05, 2022, 04:29:24 PM »
Watson is a piece of shit, and itís amazing the arbitration only gave him 6 games. It does sound like the NFL will appea and give him more thoÖ

Which they absolutely should, and the Browns are awful for mortgaging all those picks and $250M guaranteed on this asshole.

I always rooted for the Browns as underdogs and itís been a nice few years for them, now Iíll throw them in the trash next to the Packers (but thatís for my own homer reasons theyíre not as bad as the Browns)

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Re: Slap Pals Fantasy Football 2022
« Reply #33 on: August 05, 2022, 04:36:55 PM »
first year of his contract is only for 1 million or soÖ he knew damn well a suspension was coming down for his degeneracy. Slimy.

I hope baker puts up career numbers week 1
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Re: Slap Pals Fantasy Football 2022
« Reply #34 on: August 06, 2022, 12:17:00 AM »
No matter what happens in our draft, Iím not touching Christian McCaffrey with a 100 foot pole. Never forget when one of you crazy bastards started pretty much all Broncos players. If you are planning to do it again , hope you get Russell Wilson
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Re: Slap Pals Fantasy Football 2022
« Reply #35 on: August 06, 2022, 08:27:11 AM »
I always rooted for the Browns as underdogs and itís been a nice few years for them, now Iíll throw them in the trash
Gross they wanted Watson. Was hoping this ordeal went more the Ray Rice route. Cut by team, suspended for 1 year then no team signs. End of career. Houston could have made a huge statement by cutting him

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Re: Slap Pals Fantasy Football 2022
« Reply #36 on: August 06, 2022, 08:38:10 AM »
Iím not even sure a Watson-style dual threat would be as effective nowadays anyway. DCís have them figured out now.

Dual threats tend to be very scheme-dependent. Itís why Kaepernick was terrible after Greg Roman was out in SF. Greg Roman is in Baltimore now making Lamar look somewhat decent.

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Re: Slap Pals Fantasy Football 2022
« Reply #37 on: August 06, 2022, 09:39:15 AM »
Iím not even sure a Watson-style dual threat would be as effective nowadays anyway. DCís have them figured out now.

Dual threats tend to be very scheme-dependent. Itís why Kaepernick was terrible after Greg Roman was out in SF. Greg Roman is in Baltimore now making Lamar look somewhat decent.

To be fair, despite the rushing TDs Watson is far from a true dual threat qb. He's very much a classic big guy pocket passer under ideal circumstances but he's been playing from behind against soft coverage for half his career which has allowed him to kind of pad his rushing stats. He's not afraid to tuck it for an easy first when the secondary drops off 30 yards, but I can't think of many designed runs he's called. I see him as a lot closer to Dak than Lamar or Kyler. Actually "Evil Dak" is probably pretty accurate hahaha.

I also think that while he's likely to be a top 10 fantasy qb he's probably a little overrated for actual football purposes. Hes the king of garbage time so on paper things look a little rosier than they really were and I say that as a guy who's started him every week he's played since 2017. There were so many times he'd be on like 8pts heading into the 4th and then put up 200 yds and 2 tds after the other team put in their backups.

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Re: Slap Pals Fantasy Football 2022
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Iím not even sure a Watson-style dual threat would be as effective nowadays anyway. DCís have them figured out now.

Dual threats tend to be very scheme-dependent. Itís why Kaepernick was terrible after Greg Roman was out in SF. Greg Roman is in Baltimore now making Lamar look somewhat decent.
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To be fair, despite the rushing TDs Watson is far from a true dual threat qb. He's very much a classic big guy pocket passer under ideal circumstances but he's been playing from behind against soft coverage for half his career which has allowed him to kind of pad his rushing stats. He's not afraid to tuck it for an easy first when the secondary drops off 30 yards, but I can't think of many designed runs he's called. I see him as a lot closer to Dak than Lamar or Kyler. Actually "Evil Dak" is probably pretty accurate hahaha.

I also think that while he's likely to be a top 10 fantasy qb he's probably a little overrated for actual football purposes. Hes the king of garbage time so on paper things look a little rosier than they really were and I say that as a guy who's started him every week he's played since 2017. There were so many times he'd be on like 8pts heading into the 4th and then put up 200 yds and 2 tds after the other team put in their backups.

Sheís basically a shorter Cam.

That Cleveland scheme does not fit his skill sets at all. Theyíre a ground a pound team. Cleveland is to QBís what Chicago is to receivers.

Dual threats also tend to hit the wall faster. RG3 had an incredibly short prime. So did Marcus Mariota, even with him being a starter now.