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7 hours ago, spicoli said:


I dunno about that. 

Playing in a division with Russel Wilson and Pat Mahomes though, the Chargers are definitely going to be picked 3rd until they prove otherwise. 

 

Herbert is already a more highly regarded QB than Wilson.
 

5 hours ago, Jamie_B said:

What have the Chargers done to fix their bad run defense?

 

They've added Khalil Mack who is a good edge defender and might add Jordan Davis in round 1.

 

 

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1 hour ago, sparky151 said:

 

Herbert is already a more highly regarded QB than Wilson.
 

 

They've added Khalil Mack who is a good edge defender and might add Jordan Davis in round 1.

 

 

Wut??? Herbert is NOT a more highly regarded QB than Wilson yet.  He hasn’t accomplished anything more than Rivers did the last 5 seasons. 
 

Let’s see how he does in his first playoff game first. 

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4 hours ago, sparky151 said:

 

Herbert is already a more highly regarded QB than Wilson.
 

 

They've added Khalil Mack who is a good edge defender and might add Jordan Davis in round 1.

 

 

No mights...

Mack is a liability in the run game..

 

 

 

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25 minutes ago, SF2 said:

Wut??? Herbert is NOT a more highly regarded QB than Wilson yet.  He hasn’t accomplished anything more than Rivers did the last 5 seasons. 
 

Let’s see how he does in his first playoff game first. 

But but Herbert has a stronger arm and all..

No wait I think Wilson's is as strong.

 

I think Denver has the edge on Chargers now..

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1 hour ago, SF2 said:

Wut??? Herbert is NOT a more highly regarded QB than Wilson yet.  He hasn’t accomplished anything more than Rivers did the last 5 seasons. 
 

Let’s see how he does in his first playoff game first. 

 

Herbert had a much better season than Wilson last year. He's also a lot younger and cheaper. If offered a choice, no GM in the NFL would take Wilson over Herbert. 

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56 minutes ago, sparky151 said:

 

Herbert had a much better season than Wilson last year. He's also a lot younger and cheaper. If offered a choice, no GM in the NFL would take Wilson over Herbert. 

Id take Herbert over Wilson as well..

 

Denver needed a very goo QB and they have one now.

 

The AFCW rivalry games will be must watch for everyone..

 

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, sparky151 said:

 

Herbert had a much better season than Wilson last year. He's also a lot younger and cheaper. If offered a choice, no GM in the NFL would take Wilson over Herbert. 

Herbert plays on a team with a pass first mindset and with a very good defense.  He had 262 more pass attempts than Wilson.  
 

Pete Carroll still thinks it’s 2008 and his defense is great.  His offensive scheme is an antiquated run first hold over from their Super Bowl win.  That is why Wilson wanted out.  

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10 hours ago, sparky151 said:

 

Herbert had a much better season than Wilson last year. He's also a lot younger and cheaper. If offered a choice, no GM in the NFL would take Wilson over Herbert. 

Depends on the situation.  Denver thinks they can win a Super Bowl now. A guy who is 9-7 (should be 10-6) with a Super Bowl victory (should be 2) and a 97 passer rating in the playoffs is a much better option than a guy with 2 years of experience and zero playoff appearances.  
 

Sure, if you are rebuilding, you obviously take Herbert. 

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17 hours ago, sparky151 said:

 

Herbert is already a more highly regarded QB than Wilson.
 

 

They've added Khalil Mack who is a good edge defender and might add Jordan Davis in round 1.

 

 

 

Not really Mack is a pass rusher not as much of a run defender. And I'm not banking on might in the 1st. Or by your standard on our oline they shouldn't bank on a rookie.

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47 minutes ago, claptonrocks said:

Gotta make room after the Prescott signing..

Dont know why theyre hanging onto Zeke Elliot either..

 

They probably would cut Zeke, but the way his contract is structured it would cost them $30 million in dead money.  They could actually lose cap space.

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Just now, westside bengal said:

 

They probably would cut Zeke, but the way his contract is structured it would cost them $30 million in dead money.  They could actually lose cap space.

Lol...Dallas isnt such a smart organization with cap money..

 

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18 hours ago, westside bengal said:

 

They probably would cut Zeke, but the way his contract is structured it would cost them $30 million in dead money.  They could actually lose cap space.

Thank God the Bengals didn’t do something stupid like that with Mixon. 
Elliot and McCaffrey are the poster children for what can happen if you overpay for a running back. 

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