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  1. PFF hates Trubisky

    FWIW, Im the guy that added the word "inconsistent" to this thread, and I saw him play some VERY impressive games, and then he had some poor ones too. That's to be expected with a young QB, his first year in the offense. I dont think he is doomed to be inconsistent, I am very optimistic about his future. Last year, he looked young. But when the light was on, he looked top 5. I expect more consistency this year, and Im a big fan.
  2. PFF hates Trubisky

    totally agree. I think he will do very well this year. I think sooner or later he will be a top 5 QB.
  3. PFF hates Trubisky

    amen. Stats aside, you ask yourself, if it was just for one year, this coming season, would you rather have Trubisky or X? And I dont think there are 14 QBs in the league Id pick before Trubisky for just 2020. He might not be top 10, but he's probably hanging around that threshold. And if you widen it out to mean the next few years, Ill take Trubisky. Sure if a young Brady was available for the same price yada yada, but he isnt, and Trubisky is no slouch. He wasnt bad last year either, he was inconsistent. ANd that will change as he grows. He definitely showed times where he was a top 5 QB.
  4. How Mack was got

    And let's not forget that we got Oaklands 2020 second rounder in return for our 2020 first rounder. If we do well this year, and our first rounder is low, and the Raiders suck, and their 2rd rounder is high, that pick might only be a trade down of a few spots, which is almost nothing. So really we got Mack for a first, a third, a sixth, and a trade down of a few spots on our first rounder in 2020. Not too shabby at all. And not two firsts by any means.
  5. Floyd - Bigger, Stronger

    Wouldnt it be great if Floyd breaks out and becomes a dominant pass rusher this season? That'd be huge with Mack on the other side.
  6. PFF hates Trubisky

    I dont believe they intend to short change Trubisky, that's just how their ridiculous system ended up grading him. What I saw was a QB with a lot of great qualities who had a few really great games and a few poor ones. I also saw him grow from the beginning of the year to the end of the year. If he can string together more of those good performances, I think everyone will have to say that hes a top 10 QB in the league. I really think this is all just a matter of the draft day common wisdom that trading up was a bad move. I dont agree with that. But more so, even if it was true, it shouldnt tarnish the player, taken at 2 instead of 3. He isnt responsible for the picks they traded. It's all so silly. Just narratives bouncing around an echo chamber of media and internet people repeating the same things to each other.
  7. PFF hates Trubisky

    well said adam. PFF is just silliness. They use real math to relate data which is really just opinions about performances from too small of a sample size. it would be as if I asked 5 of my friends to go a different movie each, and then asked them how they thought the one they saw rated on a scale of 1 to 10. You dont have the same people seeing the same movies so their internal rating systems dont even overlap. Then I hide behind actually good math relating that poor data and call it science. Ridiculous.
  8. Brandt - Projecting Top 5 Rookie RBs

    and the OL
  9. Blewit waived

    I had Pineiro as my 7th round pick two years ago in the mock drafts. I am happy we are taking a look at him. If we end up with him, or better, I think we will be OK.
  10. PFF hates Trubisky

    PFF = pfft
  11. Mr Hicks

    (said in soprano voice) OUCH! LOL
  12. PFF hates Trubisky

    He definitely got better at the deep throw in the last part of ther season when he started to trust it and stopped aiming it. One thing I saw from him all of last year was a quick release. He may not have always made the right reads, but he made quick decisions, and as more of those decisions turn out to be the right ones, his rhythm should really shine
  13. Mr Hicks

    unless it's Parkey
  14. PFF hates Trubisky

    Honestly it all goes back to the idea that Pace screwed up by trading from 3 to 2 to get him. I dont think he did, but that was a media narrative. Add that to the amazing year Mahomes had, and you get the "story" that Trubisky is a big mistake. Which is a nice story, but bears (ha bears) no resemblance to reality.
  15. PFF hates Trubisky

    PFF always has ridiculous claims. They have their own metrics, and they obviously dont work.
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