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  1. Interesting that he has a video devoted on how the Giants cannot afford to pass on Haskins...then lists the Redskins as having one of the worst drafts because they picked the QB in this video.
  2. Fuller drop for easy pick 6 in GB, and Cohen fumble late in Miami cost them wins in those games.
  3. UDFA Sleeper TE Dax Raymond during SeniorBowl Week. “He displayed the athleticism to beat safeties in coverage, nice route running ability and a great job of tracking the ball into his hands during the one-on-one and 7-on-7 drills. In a good tight end class, it shouldn’t be surprising if he finishes among the top-5 and finds himself as a top-100 selection overall, as the position is starting to be valued a bit more now.” — Draft Wire Came back to play a couple of weeks after breaking his wrist...no need for the Bear to worry about this cat waking up with an anxiety attac
  4. Rookie yrs CMac: 80 rec, 70% catch rate. Barkley: 91 rec, 75% catch rate. Kamara: 82 rec, 80% catch rate
  5. Now what really hasn’t changed over the past 2 years is the total targets the bear rb corps have received as a whole. Expect the future share going to Monty-Davis-Whyte to take a bigger bite out of Cohen’s take than the Howard-Cunningham-Mizzell trio did last year.
  6. His carries went up 14% and his targets went up 28%...I wouldn’t call that the same role.
  7. The addition of Monty, Davis, & Whyte has created at least 2 addition unique roles. There’s only so much camera time.
  8. Cohen's role could easily change...they had no issue giving him touches as a mid-rd rookie, seems to me they could easily put Whyte to the test with success. Best group of rbs the Bears have had since '86
  9. I haven't seen anything that suggests he can't catch, but this was also reported on the FAU pro day "Whyte also impressed by displaying powerful agility, crisp receiving routes and good hands." And he did return kicks after all, not the easiest thing to do.
  10. Should we disregard the other rookie rb they drafted...Singletary's back-up that outproduced him on a per touch basis, the one not invited to the Combine, but put up these #s at his pro day: FAU’s Pro Day was March 26th and Whyte (5'10, 200) absolutely grabbed everyone’s attention with the numbers that he put up. 40 yard dash: 4.36 (99th percentile) Bench Press: 21 reps Broad Jump: 132″ (97th percentile) Vertical Jump: 42″ (98th percentile)
  11. I'm just interested in knowing who all on the KC staff was high enough on Hyde to sign him.
  12. At least 8 guys to stack the box if the qb has a chicken arm.
  13. lol...ok. Having a guy get open 50 yards down the field is worthless if you do not have a QB that can gun it there.
  14. Idk...Cohen has suitcase-hands, his only downgrade is his small catch radius
  15. 2nd level Rb is deep...it would take a great showing in preseason for him to be drafted higher than a flex play.
  16. You’re saying hi to the wrong end of the horse...it was Mahommes that lightened the box.
  17. Maybe if Monty had not been an early starter and if he had simply fallen to the bear in the draft. There are things to prove now after letting Howard go for nothing...to a playoff competitor. Davis has only been a starter by default, he will have to come out blazing to get the starting nod...possible though.
  18. You’re using ‘18 preseason roster card.
  19. Nobody moves up in the draft to secure a 3rd string rb. It is up to Nagy now to show it was worth the expense.
  20. They rbs you listed were rb2’s because they benefited from injury to the actual starter.
  21. Well there’s your problem...Drake, Ekeler, Breida, Coleman are bye-week plays.
  22. It’s not often that Shoe and I agree...you might want to recognize.
  23. You’re fighting for last year’s Cohen usage...save your breath. At least for now...before the battered dynasty owner tag hits.
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