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Little early for happy hour isn’t it?— John Keim (@john_keim) March 28, 2021
Teams with picks 1-18 should really take this selfish, egocentric behavior into consideration when drafting https://t.co/eGWnhDgpfN— Not Robert Griffin (@Pseudo_RGIII) March 28, 2021
Not including Washington is actually disrespectful https://t.co/UMbllWX0Bv— Tyler (@WFTeamer) March 28, 2021
1.) A lot of ex players fight to get out of this organization .— Big Will (@BIGWILL904) March 29, 2021
2.) He gets to play on an even better team
3.) Culture actually matters to some people
4.) At this point of his career he's made descent money..
4 year starter. Big-boy conference. Improved each season.— Mark Tyler(Hogs Haven) (@Tiller56) March 28, 2021
Having doubts he’ll be there in RD4; especially seeing how Hurts was drafted in RD2 last year - and IMO, Mond has a better overall NFL skill set than him
During his Sirius XM radio appearance last week, Keim mentioned how Washington would like a QB THIS year, and SPECIFICALLY talked about possibly one after RD1 to develop(didn't speak of, or rule out RD1 tho...)— Mark Tyler(Hogs Haven) (@Tiller56) March 28, 2021
Trask's name was given as an example, but I think it was just that
Not a lot of wasted throwing motion from Mond. Short, compact stroke and the ball just jumps from his hand. pic.twitter.com/lv2cvUgvLb— Mark Tyler(Hogs Haven) (@Tiller56) March 28, 2021
Ball arrives in a hurry from Mond pic.twitter.com/jL37ceWlw8— Mark Tyler(Hogs Haven) (@Tiller56) March 28, 2021
What I love about Mond is he’s dangerous with his legs too... pic.twitter.com/LxzfZyB1ta— Mark Tyler(Hogs Haven) (@Tiller56) March 28, 2021
Of COURSE he has shortcomings. Not one person I have heard from doesn't agree. ♂️— Mark Tyler(Hogs Haven) (@Tiller56) March 28, 2021
But IMO, Mac Jones has FAR more short-comings and people are talking about him as a top 10 pic!!! https://t.co/j6FEYVL6SZ
This could *theoretically* lead to Justin Fields being available at 8 to Carolina, assuming nobody else in the top 7 wants a quarterback. I guess we'll see.— Brett Kollmann (@BrettKollmann) March 29, 2021
Me trying to connect the dots between Chris Simms and Kyle Shanahan being besties going back to their college days, Simms having Fields ranked super low, Shanahan already working with Fields in the past, and the 49ers going to Mac Jones' pro day instead of Ohio State's. pic.twitter.com/wezW8ACAwk— Brett Kollmann (@BrettKollmann) March 29, 2021
I genuinely believe Washington is debating attempting to move-up to the fourth(ATL) or fifth(CIN) pick in the 2021 draft.— Matt Valdovinos (@MVScouting) March 28, 2021
Package would be monstrous, but one of Fields/Lance will be there at 4, and if Atlanta stays and doesn’t go QB he’s there at 5 with Cincy.
Ron is itching.
How the 2021 QB class could make NFL draft history https://t.co/egFFKuZGla— Washington Wire (@Washington_Wire) March 28, 2021
Biggest lessons I’ve learned about QB evaluation all center around taking someone who is talented enough to win OUT of structure, but works hard enough to learn to win WITHIN structure.— Brett Kollmann (@BrettKollmann) March 28, 2021
Those rare QBs are the best of both worlds. Russ/Aaron/Steve Young. It’s always been that way
We made a list of all first-round QBs drafted by each team in the Super Bowl era. The Browns have the most with seven. The Cowboys have only two, and they were taken in the same year: Troy Aikman and Steve Walsh (supplemental) in 1989.https://t.co/hbWMWGH63l— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 29, 2021
NFL is expected to expand the regular season schedule this week to 17 games. The league had played a 16-game regular season schedule since 1978, by far the longest stretch without a change in NFL history.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 28, 2021
17 games still dumb. Why he so mad pic.twitter.com/qUog1swyoL— Alvin Kamara (@A_kamara6) March 28, 2021
Each team's 2021 opponents.— Lee Sharpe, ⛓️ @ (@LeeSharpeNFL) March 28, 2021
Every team plays against teams with the same row, column, or color, and the increasingly likely 17th game is the same shape. pic.twitter.com/C7K4GvuQyQ
Prior to the 16-game season era, Joe Namath was the only QB in pro football history to throw for 4,000 yards in a season.— Football Perspective (@fbgchase) March 28, 2021
At the conclusion of the 16-game season era, the Chicago Bears and... the New York Jets were the only teams to not have a 4,000-yard passer from '78 to '20.
And that's it. Texas advances with a 64-61 win over Maryland.— Kareem Copeland (@kareemcopeland) March 29, 2021
Terps vaunted offense disappeared when they needed it most.
I have watched this about 17 times today and I just can’t stop. pic.twitter.com/iiiopu4SKa— Dr Kat Day ⚗ (@chronicleflask) March 27, 2021