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    2020 NFL Season: Playoffs + Hiring/Firing time

    Starting this since the other thread was closed at over 1000 posts.

    Rams DC Brandon Staley is now the Chargers' head coach.

    https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/...n-staley-coach

    Just 5 years ago, he was DC at D-III John Carroll University. Talk about a fast riser!
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    If I had to trade in my Bengals fan card right now Iíd probably be a Bills fan. Some of their fans are crazy but between this and Andy Dalton itís awesome to see:

    https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/...ltimore-ravens
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    Re: 2020 NFL Season: Playoffs + Hiring/Firing time

    I was glad to see Lamar's charity was in Louisville, too. Incredibly nice of Bills fans to help feed hungry kids in Louisville!

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    That's a great Bills fans story.

    In other news, anyone want to speculate about where Deshaun Watson ends up? I think it'll be Carolina.
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    Re: 2020 NFL Season: Playoffs + Hiring/Firing time

    Quote Originally Posted by WVRed View Post
    If I had to trade in my Bengals fan card right now I’d probably be a Bills fan. Some of their fans are crazy but between this and Andy Dalton it’s awesome to see:

    https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/...ltimore-ravens
    I was thinking about this for my 7 year old son. I feel bad that I've saddled him with the Bengals and thought about trying to make him a Chiefs or Bills fan, but I know it won't work because he's just going to root for my team, and I unfortunately have Stockholm Syndrome with the Bengals... Both the Bills and Chiefs have young, exciting QBs, and will likely be very fun to be a fan of at least for the next ten years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WrongVerb View Post
    That's a great Bills fans story.

    In other news, anyone want to speculate about where Deshaun Watson ends up? I think it'll be Carolina.
    I think he'll end up staying in Houston, but if he were to get traded, I would guess Dolphins.

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    Re: 2020 NFL Season: Playoffs + Hiring/Firing time

    Quote Originally Posted by Hillsdale87 View Post
    I think he'll end up staying in Houston, but if he were to get traded, I would guess Dolphins.
    Miami has the firepower to pull it off but if one team should itís Denver. Young talent and Watson would push them over the top. They could easily do Lock, a first and third this year and a first next.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WVRed View Post
    Miami has the firepower to pull it off but if one team should itís Denver. Young talent and Watson would push them over the top. They could easily do Lock, a first and third this year and a first next.
    I don't know why anybody would want Lock though. He's shown nothing to indicate he's better than a backup.


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    https://twitter.com/cdotharrison/sta...629560842?s=10

    This was such a weird play. When I saw the replays I thought it looked like his head stopped just short of hitting the ground. Hopefully he's able to get back this week


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    14th Conference Championship game for Brady. Amazing.
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    Re: 2020 NFL Season: Playoffs + Hiring/Firing time

    Quote Originally Posted by Hillsdale87 View Post
    I don't know why anybody would want Lock though. He's shown nothing to indicate he's better than a backup.


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    Tua may not be much better. Higher upside but the bust possibility is very much in play.

    Lock would be a Kyle Orton type of QB if you remember the Jay Cutler trade. The picks are the most important part. Miami can go that route but are they willing to do it? If not Denver should be all in.

    Another prediction I will make, JJ Watt to the Steelers to finish his career with his brothers.
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    Re: 2020 NFL Season: Playoffs + Hiring/Firing time

    Vita Vea is coming off IR for Tampa Bay this week. If he goes, I highly doubt it would be more than some special situations....but he could make a difference on a 3rd/4th & short. Vea was becoming a monster before he got injured and while Tampa was the #1 Run defense again this season, they were even better with Vea. He takes up a ton of space, and keeps an additional blocker off the linebackers.

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    Re: 2020 NFL Season: Playoffs + Hiring/Firing time

    Phillip Rivers has retired.

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    Re: 2020 NFL Season: Playoffs + Hiring/Firing time

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    Phillip Rivers has retired.
    Not a surprise. So, another possible team that could trade up in the draft.
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    Re: 2020 NFL Season: Playoffs + Hiring/Firing time

    It's funny how for the first half of most seasons I struggle to find more than a few teams I can for sure say will be in the QB market in the offseason and that list doubles or even triples by late January/early February.

    Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Houston, Pittsburgh, Miami, New England, New York Jets, Denver, Las Vegas, Dallas, Washington, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, New Orleans, Carolina, Atlanta, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco are all teams with potential QB issues/needs that could result in changes. A lot of these teams probably won't make any changes. If I had to guess I'd say nothing will change for Pittsburgh, Miami, Denver, Las Vegas, Dallas, Detroit, Carolina, Atlanta, Los Angeles, or San Francisco.


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