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Looking forward to Tuesday. The tag deadline should answer a couple questions about this highly anticipated offseason across the league. Also, may have an answer on Brandon Scherff for #WashingtonFootball— WFT (@_mattschoen_) March 7, 2021
Depends on the price tag but would make a lot of sense for Washington’s hole at SAM. https://t.co/ADLNA4h52t— Matt Valdovinos (@MVScouting) March 7, 2021
The Rams want Andrew Whitworth back. He wants to return. But he knows that, with the salary cap shrinking, nothing is certain. https://t.co/8Zfh2AKhEh— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 7, 2021
There is no decision, pass rushers are always a premium. I love Godwin too and hope he returns as a Buc now that they started using him. https://t.co/IoBOgvx2up— Dan Shonka (@Ourlads_Shonka) March 7, 2021
He said he wants to be back, but Trent Williams likely making it to the open market isn't being talked about enough. Still one of the best in the league at a prime position. He smartly put a clause in his deal that SF can't use the franchise tag.— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) March 7, 2021
Highest paid T is $23M per year.
The NFL owes us an apology if Fitzmagic walks away because teams weren't interested.— Sam Monson (@PFF_Sam) March 8, 2021
Guy is better than multiple starters. https://t.co/KENKtTQdTy
Chase Daniel...— Warren Sharp (@SharpFootball) March 8, 2021
...the undrafted QB who made $38,000,000 for 5 starts in 12 seasons...
...averaging only 6.5 YPA in his career and throwing just one less INT than TD...
...and who won only 2 of the 5 starts...
...while being sacked 26 times... https://t.co/ARSicayZxj
The ball placement is top notch especially with a clean pocket and it helps to have one of the best deep threats in college football.— Nathan Coleman (@JHawkChalk_) March 7, 2021
He brings up a really good point. I think I’m guilty of underrating him because of the recent young QBs having that added mobility aspect to their game.— Nick Akridge (@PFF_NickAkridge) March 7, 2021
I think Mac would be a top 5 pick 10 years ago but the league’s been trending to needing a QB that can create out of structure https://t.co/CNFFnfrDq5
I’ll take LSU LB Jabril Cox on day 2 all day over Notre Dame LB JOK in round 1.— Nathan Coleman (@JHawkChalk_) March 7, 2021
✅Nose for the ball:9 Ints & 23 Pass Breakups
✅Best Coverage LB in CFB(+90th percentile coverage grade)
✅ Versatile:900+snaps at slot corner
✅Lives in the backfield:15 Career Sacks/39 TFLs pic.twitter.com/TZxGBClm2S
I think there are always outliers, #DeVontaSmith's #Alabama weight as well as #JaylenWaddle's may be the exception to the rule. Of the 21 #HOF receivers #PaulWarfield,#CharlieJoiner,#LynnSwann,#MarvinHarrison,#FredBiletnikoff,#SteveLargent & #IsaacBruce are similar in size. https://t.co/tcPQrPbNFQ— Dan Shonka (@Ourlads_Shonka) March 7, 2021
QBs like Jim Hart, Boomer Esiason, Dave Krieg and Drew Bledoe ended their careers among the Top 10 in major passing categories. They slide down the lists as passing rates increase. Starting a HoF argument with a QB's ranking (unless he's #1) is almost a counter-argument.— Mike Tanier (@MikeTanier) March 7, 2021
Let’s see if I can not mess this thread up...— cynthia frelund (@cfrelund) March 7, 2021
My findings from computer vision derived on-field WR speeds.
First, what I did: measured 8 seasons of on-field (game) college WR speeds (with pads), sorted by route.
Mapped them to 40 times from #NFLCombine
Turns out (moderate level of sarcasm), math proves sub 4.41 40-times don’t equate to more separation (3+ feet from nearest defender) or a higher reception, first down, or TD rate in NFL.— cynthia frelund (@cfrelund) March 7, 2021
As long as WR ran between 4.41-4.52 they were not hindered by speed in NFL.
If I were working for a team I would organize my evaluations to factor in 90% game measured speed with kinetics and 10% laser (there’s importance to discipline in training during the off-season and Draft prep)— cynthia frelund (@cfrelund) March 7, 2021
Much of it in their hips... that is necessary too.