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    bingo415

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    1. bingo415

      Daily Discussion: DT's in a 4-3 defense

      I'm a staunch believer in scheme consistency here. I've typically run a 4-3 (when you play in the same division as the freaking Raiders, you want to try to negate the pass...), and I believe in 1-Gap DTs. Now, Michael Carroll is not the beefiest 1-Gap DT (as I would like), but I do see the benefit being that it opens our Blitz DEs a bit more for edge rushing, instead of traditional 3-4 B-gapping. Denver had some success with 2-Gap rookie DT Manny Serrano stepping in for Carroll late in the season, and he even recorded some sacks and TFLs, so perhaps the scheme versatility would be good. At the college level, when I've played with a 2-Gap in the 4-3, defenses have been okay-to-good against the run, but my DTs have not recorded ANY stats... Call me a traditionalist on this point, but I prefer 1-Gaps in the 4-3.
    2. College or Pro, which players, to maximize fun or domination, should be teammates? If you want to go one further: in which system and under which coach should this hypothetical tandem/trio/group play? Go! I'll start: Allan Taylor only really had one year with a great Speed back (Kevin Richards, though Troy White and Marshawn Miller may get there), and it may have been in the wrong system. I'd have loved to see Taylor run the ol' Nebraska Triple Option set with Vaughan Abraham or Akili Wallace as the traditional I-back. We'd see numbers like the old 2013 Onterrio Smith-at-Miami days...
    3. Oh, I like this a ton! Nice use of B1G for all the sections...excellent write-up! Can we hire you to do the PAC-12's also?
    4. bingo415

      [2022] Minnesota Vikings Announcement

      Cheers to you as you enter this exciting adventure. I have many friends and family members that have really enjoyed their mission times. Good luck, and stay positive.
    5. PAC-12 Spacing Issues (to be edited/updated as teams are progressed)--Already done: ORE, WASH Oregon State: WR Richard Rolle 5-9 164 (Sr) Long Beach Polytechnic (, CA) 3.5 of 3.5 [Speed] ILB Jason Banks 6-2 227 So Long Beach Polytechnic ( CA) 2.0 of 3.0 [Mike] LS Damian Pritchard 6-3 245 Fr Long Beach Polytechnic ( CA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Traditional] UCLA: TE Dillon Hartman 6-1 222 Jr Long Beach Polytechnic ( CA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Blocking] CB Victor Hollis 6-2 187 Jr Long Beach Polytechnic ( CA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Man Coverage] CB Nijrell Overton 6-1 162 Fr D.S. Jordan (Los Angeles CA) 1.0 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] SS Cayden Pendleton 5-11 191 Fr Desert (Edwards CA) 1.5 of 4.0 [Zone Coverage] P Donald Blalock 6-1 161 Sr Trabuco Hills (Viejo, CA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Accuracy]
    6. bingo415

      Daily Discussions: Your dream job?

      Currently at my dream job. Ducks for life.
    7. bingo415

      [2022] 2025 High School Players

      It IS exciting, but i’m Pretty sure recruiting would still be a single-class thing. Just a way to be more planful about classes based on what is coming up.
    8. bingo415

      [2022] 2025 High School Players

      Fantastic update!! How very cool to be able to look more than one year out.
    9. In my opinion, scheme preference is unnecessary. I think it may be more limiting than helpful.
    10. https://youtu.be/uB1D9wWxd2w
    11. I'm really looking forward to what Oregon's Defense will be in 2022. It's a very solid group of talent and I've gathered enough evidence to feel to good about the direction of the game plan. Plus, there's a dearth of great QBs in the PAC this coming season, so it could look like a really imposing D. For the Broncos, I'm excited to try some new things out for the Offense. Getting Jennings moving forward and hopefully a revamping of the offensive philosophy should be exciting if nothing else. Plus: Charles Johnson on one side, Deyonte Davis on the other.
    12. bingo415

      Who's due for a career year in 2022? Why?

      I think Sam Hiller-Weeden has a Pro Bowl, MAYBE All-Pro, year with Washington. Bowman is too good, and that OLine gives him plenty of time to throw, plus WAS doesn’t have another game-breaker at wideout. Bowman-to-SHW will be must-see TV this season, and beyond.
    13. bingo415

      [2021] PFF Draft Evaluation: New York (Jets) & Philadelphia

      Miller = boss. Nice QB of the future there, Jets.
    14. bingo415

      [2021] PFF Draft Evaluation: Minnesota & New England

      I was not sold on Bleeker, even at 41. But hey, looks like a solid pickup, and a guy who contributed this year. Well done.
    15. bingo415

      [2021] PFF Draft Evaluation: Pittsburgh & San Francisco

      Carlos Washington to J.C. Weldon:
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