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2017 NFL and CFB Season
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Won't go much into bridgewater as he is fairly well known.
For those who don't know smith. He was a top 5 pick 2 drafts ago then he had a terrible knee injury that even damaged his nerve. He couldn't lift his foot. The cowboys picked him in the second round and he didn't get into a game last year. With a healthy Sean Lee and if Smith could come back to his prior form the Boys could have one of the top linebacker corps in the league. Below is a scouting report before the injury.
On June 18 2017 01:28 Josh124 wrote:
I think the Minnesota QB situation is interesting. Both Bradford and Bridgewater are currently set to be free agents in 2018. Rotoworld is saying that even if Bridgewater is healthy he'll only backup Bradford.
I'm not worried zimmer sacrificed one of his eyes so he can see the future. He will guide us through this trial.
On June 18 2017 14:40 GTR wrote:
broncos and browns qb battles are pretty intriguing too
actually feels like this year there's a lot of qb battles to watch compared to previous years - didn't even mention nyj, hou, chi or sf.
I mean, the qb battles are interesting but other than Minnesota I don't see any of those teams having a successful QB this year and Minnesota needs to keep Bradford upright. Jets are tanking, Chicago has nothing for their QB to use, SF is... a team stil... I'm sure Hoyer will look great a couple games.
Kinda feels like they all have backups competing for starting roles.
On June 26 2017 12:15 JimmiC wrote:
I think the texans and Bronco's QB's matter. Both teams could make the playoffs.
That's true, I just don't think either team has a good enough QB to be helpful for a whole season. I'm hoping the Texans don't start Watson because he's probably not ready and Savage/Weeden are both backups. For Denver Siemien and Lynch were supposedly both terrible in OTA's.
That being said I can't wait. I'm excited about the guys that ended their season with an injury coming back, like T BWater. Also enjoy watching the good ones play too like ARod and He Who Shall Not Be Named But Plays On The Patriots.
Really interested in watching the AFC South this coming season. It'll be Andrew Luck finally coming back to start consistently, the rise of the Titans (who I think will win the division), Houston and their myriad of offensive issues, and Jacksonville (who I think will surprise with a wildcard bid).