BleachyBlonde

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  1. George Kittle is on the rise, but I still see Travis Kelce as the #1 TE this upcoming NFL season.
  2. Huge offense in Dallas, strong leg, maybe not the most accurate kicker, but certainly not bad at all. Still should be the #1 Kicker in the league. I would still rather have Justin Tucker.
  3. If he can put up similar numbers as AB on the field he is going to be special. Just hope he doesn't end up getting compared to AB and his off the field antics.
  4. I agree, that the O-Line will either make it really easy for Joe Burrow or extremely difficult for him. If he doesn't have time to throw to all of these receiving weapons than what he has to offer will be mostly lost.
  5. I agree, but skill Joe Burrow has a lot to work with in the skill position area. It would be a lot better for Joe Burrow if they had a reliable TE. I suppose they will go with Drew Sample from Washington at TE out of the gate.
  6. He has the weapons at least at the skilled positions to succeed in AJ Green, Ty Boyd, Joe Mixon, Gio Bernard, and even Tee Higgins.
  7. Andy Dalton asked the Bengals for a release and the Bengals will be releasing him. Will the Patriots sign him?
  8. Both will put up really good numbers. The downside to Sutton is if Lock will be consistent. The downside to Gallup is there will be a ton of options for Dak to go to. I still think I'd slightly lean towards Gallup because Dak is the better QB and Dallas is going to put up a ton of points.
  9. I would go with Miles Sanders. Costing you a 14th pick and getting him for an extra year is huge.
  10. All I know is the Dallas offense is going to be off the hook. Now let's see how the defense can hold up.
  11. Great landing spot for Jeudy in Denver. What I want to see is how well will Lock develop in a full year with both Sutton, Jeudy and also Fant at TE. Lock also has a really good RB tandem to work with in Gordon and Lindsey. Jeudy could have a great rookie year if the QB continues to develop.
  12. I think this guy was a fantastic selection for the Raiders. He is like everyone else has said more than just a speedy deep threat. He is going to so help Derek Carr and the rest of the Raiders receiving corps.
  13. I still think he is going to rely heavily on the TE's and I even though I did not watch every Patriots game last season that a receiver never broke it open over a Defensive Back. I do hope he can get the ball deep to Evans and Godwin because they are huge deep threats.
  14. I agree with all that you said, but that doesn't address the fact that he couldn't get the ball deep down field even if a receiver was open. His arm strength is not the same as it was.