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Miami would be a hell of a match for a trade with their plethora of assets (which was of course stocked in part by the Texans lol). Really hope Watson doesn’t get traded there. Would be another large obstacle in the AFC.
I think the Bears make a play for him.
 

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The Eagles fire Pederson. A shorter leash than HUE JACKSON with the Browns. And he went 0-16!!!
Bullshit!! Howie Roseman is a toilet bowl at GM, and only was "good" when Joe Douglas was also there.

Man, if Wentz stinks it up after this, man.... I dunno.
 

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Any guesses on the lines if the Championship round was KC/BUF and GB/NO? Trying to gauge how to go about it in a playoff survivor contest.

I would say the KC Buffalo line would be -5 or -6. The Pack Saints line would probably be -3. I think KC would be a bigger favorite than GB in those scenarios.

The Eagles fire Pederson. A shorter leash than HUE JACKSON with the Browns. And he went 0-16!!!
Bullshit!! Howie Roseman is a toilet bowl at GM, and only was "good" when Joe Douglas was also there.

Man, if Wentz stinks it up after this, man.... I dunno.

Peterson obviously lost the locker room by benching Hurts in the final game. It was a surprising ending considering he seemed safe before the final game against the WFT.
 
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Zach Wilson / Justin Fields to Miami?

 

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I don't see that going well for Urban win/loss wise. But who knows. And I'm sure he'll be getting a shit ton of money.
 
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I don't see that going well for Urban win/loss wise. But who knows. And I'm sure he'll be getting a shit ton of money.
Urban needs to shit or get off the pot. He is taking too long, like Gene Kelly or whatever name was with Oregon several years ago and the Browns. The longer he takes, the more I question how dedicated he really will be.

That being said, i think Urban's strongest traits will help him become a competent nfl coach. He is a good manager and motivator imo, I don't view him as being married to an ideology like Kelly. He isn't going to be coming in trying to reinvent the NFL wheel, so to speak, and at least at Florida he had the NFL 24/7 work ethic that catches many of these coaches. Now, how successful and how long he does it, I don't know, and he obviously needs a good FO supporting him, but I can see him being at least competent.
 
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Honestly though - if you're bringing in Urban Meyer, aren't you handing him the skeleton key? Farmer would be a GM in name only. Can't imagine Meyer wouldn't have full authority.
 

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Honestly though - if you're bringing in Urban Meyer, aren't you handing him the skeleton key? Farmer would be a GM in name only. Can't imagine Meyer wouldn't have full authority.
But even that would be a mistake and likely to end in disaster for JAX.

It’s never a good idea to give final roster control to a first time NFL coach coming from college. Didn’t work for Chip Kelly, won’t work here.
 
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