The G Man

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  1. Wonder how this might impact Montgomery... BILL LAZORC, CHICAGO BEARS Bears hired ex-Bengals OC Bill Lazor as offensive coordinator. Lazor was out of the league in 2019 after serving as the Bengals OC in 2017 and 2018. He previously also worked with the Dolphins, Eagles, Seahawks, Redskins and Falcons. Lazor's main job will obviously be improving Mitchell Trubisky's generally-erratic play. It remains to be seen if he'll call plays. RELATED: Cincinnati Bengals SOURCE: Ian Rapoport on Twitter Jan 13, 2020, 5:52 PM ET
  2. QFT. Nagy is his biggest problem/obstacle moving forward.
  3. May be time to start a new thread for 2020, but more importantly it may be time to move on from DJ. That's where I'm at anyway. It's looking like his 2016 season was an anomaly. I just don't see how you can see it any other way at this point. That said, something just doesn't add up. There's something from last season that just doesn't make any sense. Was he injured? Is his head not in the game anymore? Did he get complacent because he got paid? Has he in fact lost a step and is not a good schematic fit for that offense anymore? I don't know, but I'm done with him moving forward. Unless he gets traded to a team that is a better fit and/or he is the undisputed lead dog, and I just don't see that happening.
  4. This is totally shooting from the hip, but what about the Raiders? Is there any better way to kick off their new stadium in Vegas than with a 6-time SB winning QB as the new face of the franchise? The Vegas tourism PR/Marketing team would be falling all over themselves coming up with all kinds of crazy deals and game day packages to include stays at all the luxury hotels and casino play time. Can you imagine what ticket pricing would be?!
  5. Yup. The only thing I will add is they will also add a QB to groom for the future, either through the draft (likely) or FA (unlikely) to replace Brady when he finally does decide to retire (in 2023 perhaps?). Brady is God to the NE faithful and he obviously still wants to play. No way NE let's him walk IMO. Question is does Brady take a team friendly deal? Or, does he try to cash in for one more monster deal? That my friends is the BIG question.
  6. He had visions of scoring a TD. Too bad he didn't catch the ball first.
  7. Nice goal line stand by Tennessee. Now let's see if they can get the O going.
  8. Zona's FO is gonna have to make some tough decisions re; the RB position this off season. But, it looks like Drake is tailor made for this scheme.
  9. Quite a game out of The Drake today. He didn't do much in the receiving game, but 137 rushing yards and 4 TD's...woo-hooo!!!! I think we know who the starter is...LOL.
  10. Is he still the starter? That's what I want to know.
  11. Would have to be on another team IMO. I just don't think he fits the mold of what Kingsbury wants in a RB. Drake's a better fit and I'm guessing gets a new contract with them. Think they'll be looking to move DJ in the off-season.
  12. Well, wet surfaces typically favors the receiver because he knows the route. But, if heavy snow that has to downgrade all skill positions IMHO.
  13. So, is he still considered the starter in Arizona? Looks like a split backfield after last week, no?