NFL Thread - 2019-2020 season

Also the Patriots have the goatest coach with a proven track record of winning titles regardless of talent, they will be an attractive destination until he leaves.
I look at it as Tom was the Good Cop to Bill's Bad Cop. Now with the charismatic good guy out of town, all that's left is the crusty (though still extremely brilliant) old hard ass. People are also ignoring the fact that the best OL coach Dante Scarnecchia has retired for the second time. Sure, the pats probably won't be wracked by injury on that front like last season but I have a hard time believing they can just conjure another OL savant out of thin air. Lastly, while the core of the defense remains intact, they have bled a lot of talented players in FA and will be hard pressed to produce the same defensive results as last year without another cream puff schedule. Do I think the pats will nose-dive? Probably not (unless they try and tank for Trevor Lawrence FUCK THAT) but they are gonna have a fun time dealing with the Bills without the GOAT to pick that excellent defense apart
 
Colts making moves to trade their first round pick for DeForest Buckner. That D Line is looking pretty legit now but the secondary is a question and the receiving core is bad. Hopefully Ballard addresses this in the draft
 
Colts making moves to trade their first round pick for DeForest Buckner. That D Line is looking pretty legit now but the secondary is a question and the receiving core is bad. Hopefully Ballard addresses this in the draft
I wouldn't be surprised if they used their 2nd on a receiver. I'm surprised they didn't grab any DB's though. Hopefully my boy Minshew will shred that secondary!

EDIT: And today they grabbed Xavier Rhodes. Good deal for them if he can bounce back.
 
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Bucs new uniforms looking good. The simplistic colorway and absence of alarm clock digits is a big improvement. You know Tom Brady was like "I ain't wearing that trash you used last season!"
 
The "Tom Brady could've had better chemistry with his (bad) young receivers if he just went to OTAs" cult of Patriots fans were dealt another lethal blow yesterday when he gave his reasoning for not going to OTAs the last few years
 

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It's remarkable how the idea that the Patriots receivers couldn't get open spread like wildfire when in reality Brady literally refused to throw to them when they were open because they'd dropped the ball.

As opposed to Edelman.

Who led the league in drops.

And him openly admitting this is just fine I guess?



To be honest: Him leaving the Patriots is the best for both him and the Patriots. It'll force him to develop chemistry with new guys and the Patriots can develop the talent that they have.
 
Pats should trade every pick for Tua.

But something tells me they might like Herbert and may draft him (lol)

They'll probably pick some random defensive player tho.
 

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