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Taylor Heinicke’s accuracy, from the 2021 QB Annual:— PFF Washington (@PFF_Washington) February 16, 2021
❌ 5.1% Uncatchable
Both would rank among the best of the league with enough qualifying snapshttps://t.co/E1Hgo4azpC
Ron Rivera has a history of saving cap space at safety, and Washington already have a ton of money tied up with the Landon Collins contract, but Marcus Williams would be an excellent FS to pair with Kam Curl for the next few years— Mark Bullock (@MarkBullockNFL) February 16, 2021
Haven't watched those two yet, been watching Williams today, and I think he'd be a really good fit.— Mark Bullock (@MarkBullockNFL) February 16, 2021
I think the cap hit goes up if they cut him, so they might as well keep him.— Mark Bullock (@MarkBullockNFL) February 16, 2021
Troy Apke as a potential cap casualty?— Mark Tyler(Hogs Haven) (@Tiller56) February 16, 2021
Never thought I’d see the day...
But, I gotta ask - what in the HELL did our staff see in him to not only start him to begin the season, but to leave him as a starter for SEVEN GAMES!
MM is signed through 2021. He qualifies for a bump b/c he met the threshold in '20 to activate the clauses: playing at least 60 percent of the snaps in exactly 1 game. Therefore, if he plays 60 percent of the snaps in 12 games this season, he’ll make an extra $7.5 million.— John Keim (@john_keim) February 16, 2021
He’s scheduled to make $10.625 million with a $100,000 workout bonus. These clauses will be factored in to trade talks. Because he'd still need to be re-signed, it's hard to imagine him costing a ton in terms of comp. who knows. If excels? OK; works. If he doesn't, less $/move on— John Keim (@john_keim) February 16, 2021
I do think the structure makes it more difficult to trade. especially b/c it's for one year. I'm sure some will agree with you. but then depends on which pick you give up. asked someone yesterday (not in anyone's FO, just smart league guy), said at most a 4.— John Keim (@john_keim) February 16, 2021
⏪ O-line rewind ⏪— Washington Football Team (@WashingtonNFL) February 16, 2021
Our staff writers analyze the offensive line, which @PFF ranked the past season's sixth-best unit
I like #WashingtonFootball bringing in three former GM's to help Ron Rivera. I don't love any of the three as a GM by themselves, but I think adding three qualified, longtime executives isn't a bad thing.— Grant Paulsen (@granthpaulsen) February 16, 2021
I also really like that Polian and Rivera weren't tight already.
Friendly reminder: NFL Personnel departments don't care about college awards. I sat in draft meetings for 8 years, we never mentioned Heisman, Outland, 1st team all conference etc...It doesn't carry any weight.— Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) February 16, 2021
Those of you crying about Carr and the need for a change at QB may want to spend some money and time on a NFL gamepass subscription and focus on LV’s defensive issues. Much better use of your time.— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) February 16, 2021
Panthers are releasing two-time, Pro-Bowl DT Kawann Short today, per source. Teams in the market for DT help now have another strong option.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 16, 2021
This is completely incorrect lol.— Matt Valdovinos (@MVScouting) February 16, 2021
The only reason you’d want a tall tackle is because of the length his frame comes with. Without the length the only thing height does is sacrifice leverage.
I’d rather have a 6’4 tackle with a 6’7 wingspan than the opposite. No competition. https://t.co/hhDJuqITgt
This was a really fun pod to be on. Even though its a Vikings podcast, plenty of crossover for Washington fans. It's amazing to hear now that Vikings media/fans are having same debates about Kirk we all had back in the day https://t.co/KpUIJItnEQ— Mark Bullock (@MarkBullockNFL) February 16, 2021
"I know he's a great coach & I know he's a great leader so I had to step up & say something for him"@dsleon45 on defending new #Eagles HC Nick Sirianni after his introductory press conference #PatMcAfeeShowLIVE pic.twitter.com/jl1KwVF1IE— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) February 16, 2021
As people are bound to argue over top 100 anything lists in the NFL, here's a breakdown of the plays by team for sharpening arguments. Hope I didn't count wrong.— Nick Korte (@nickkorte) February 16, 2021
▲: Positive play
▼: Negative play
%: Pct. positive
±: Net positive
#: Number of total playshttps://t.co/zqbHN0OYHD pic.twitter.com/KzQQWOZs43
Finally, it was jarring, yet not surprising, that only 14 of these plays were positive for the defense.— Nick Korte (@nickkorte) February 16, 2021
I didn't count the number of special teams plays, but suffice to say this list is dominated by the offense.
I don’t actually endorse the list I’m just here for the Terry McLaurin love— Matt Valdovinos (@MVScouting) February 16, 2021
One thing that's interesting is only two WRs under 6-1/200 have gone Top 10 the last decade and both were burners: Tavon Austin and John Ross (which is why I don't think DeVonta Smith is a Top 10 lock).— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) February 16, 2021
Another is the NFL's found similar quality WRs in the 2nd round to the 1st. https://t.co/i2iBwJpMVA pic.twitter.com/KcjgSgJ3XR
Name a successful Clemson QB before Deshaun Watson.— Christian Williams (@FFBaldMan) February 16, 2021
Name a successful Wyoming QB before Josh Allen.
Name a successful Texas Tech QB before Patrick Mahomes.
Name a successful Mississippi State QB before Dak Prescott.
Happy loves you all! Thanks for everything! pic.twitter.com/p1aY9JcFWh— Adam Sandler (@AdamSandler) February 16, 2021
when i say “ ” this is how i’m saying it: pic.twitter.com/VuLWJWmsr3— Brittani Warrick (@BrittaniWarrick) February 16, 2021