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  1. #7 OT Brandon Reamon 6-8 298 3 Texas [Pass Blocking] 91 - Accepted $6.325 million
  2. NFL Starting QB History

    Titans here: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=List_of_Tennessee_Titans_starting_quarterbacks Added Bobby Kolodziej to this list: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=List_of_starting_quarterbacks_in_the_National_Football_League
  3. [2021] Progressions

    Largest progressions: +6 WR Justin McCain 6-2 181 1 North Carolina [Speed] 84 (GB) +5 WR Raheem Robinson 6-3 192 1 Oklahoma State [Speed] 88 (JAX) WR Adrian Jankowski 6-4 194 2 Texas A&M [Target] 86 (CIN) WR Kevin Williams 6-0 165 5 Boston College [Speed] 84 (TEN) TE Jason Erwin 6-6 242 1 Arizona State [Receiving] 80 (ATL) DE Doug Carolan 6-0 263 3 Florida [Blitz] 89 (DET) DE Tyler Jones 6-1 257 1 Mississippi State [Contain] 88 (TEN) OLB Kenji Sagatomo 6-1 234 1 New Hampshire [Blitz] 79 (SEA) FS Reshad Jenkins 5-11 198 3 Houston [Man Coverage] 90 (NYJ) K Mark Kirschbaum 5-9 199 3 Purdue [Power] 88 (PHI) K Riley McNeil 6-2 183 1 Northwestern State [Accuracy] 80 (HOU) +4 QB Jason Johnson 5-11 190 7 UCLA [Pocket] 97 (GB) RB Asante Sowell 6-3 194 2 Wisconsin [Power] 91 (JAX) RB Mike Latta 6-0 209 4 Florida State [Speed] 90 (CAR) RB Major Morris 5-10 207 1 The Citadel [Speed] 79 (OAK) WR Sean Jenkins 6-6 182 4 North Texas [Speed] 95 (NO) WR Monte Jackson 6-6 227 2 Miami [Target] 88 (CAR) WR DeSean Jenkins 6-4 195 2 Wake Forest [Speed] 68 (CIN) TE Darren Jones 6-7 241 3 Baylor [Receiving] 91 (DEN) TE Donnie Allen 6-5 247 3 Notre Dame [Receiving] 89 (CHI) TE Curtis Henry 6-6 202 1 Utah State [Receiving] 86 (CAR) OT Mike Woods 6-2 317 2 Michigan State [Pass Blocking] 90 (BUF) OT John Eaton 6-5 284 2 Penn State [Run Blocking] 88 (SEA) OG Will Doughty 6-3 271 1 Alabama [Pass Blocking] 80 (BAL) C Ryan Poole 6-1 303 6 Texas [Run Blocking] 95 (NO) C John Hadley 6-3 285 2 Michigan [Pass Blocking] 89 (MIN) C Brendan Doherty 6-3 262 2 Washington State [Pass Blocking] 84 (OAK) C Sailo Sofara 6-1 281 1 BYU [Run Blocking] 73 (IND) DE Brian Glenn 6-6 291 6 LSU [Blitz] 92 (SEA) DE Charles Woods 6-5 273 2 Notre Dame [Contain] 86 (TEN) DE Michael Bruce 6-8 252 2 Texas Tech [Blitz] 85 (LAR) DE Jonathan Bridges 6-6 267 2 Penn State [Blitz] 85 (NYJ) DE Samir Dixon 5-10 253 1 Stanford [Blitz] 73 (NYJ) OLB Cameron Jones 6-4 221 2 Arizona [Blitz] 87 (DET) OLB Martin Whiting 6-3 235 1 North Carolina [Coverage] 85 (PHI) OLB Sean Springs 6-0 220 4 Stanford [Coverage] 80 (KC) ILB Alex Martin 6-0 240 4 Texas A&M [Mike] 94 (OAK) CB Troy Marshall 6-1 163 2 Texas [Zone Coverage] 89 (BAL) CB Jack Ramsey 6-2 172 3 Virginia Tech [Zone Coverage] 85 (TEN) SS Brandon Sauter 6-2 200 4 Michigan State [Zone Coverage] 94 (LAR) SS Julio Barnes 5-11 194 3 Utah [Man Coverage] 88 (GB) K Rafael Davidson 5-11 182 3 Nebraska [Accuracy] 89 (LAC) Special shoutout to OLB Sean Springs of the Chiefs. Very random +4. He's went +1, +2, +3, and now +4 in his career. This year he was 4th string on the Chiefs and made no statsheets. Hasn't made a statsheet in his career. The other low rated, seemingly random +4's were to rookies. He was the only non-rookie under 80 overall to get a +4 boost (besides DeSean Jenkins). Also, Jason Johnson was the only 7th year pro to go +4 or better. The average on this list was 2.5 years pro. I think the only other 7th year pros to go at least +3 was Spec Davidson and Brian Gary. Might have missed some, though. I think Kevin Williams, Michael Bruce, and Cameron Jones are the only players to go +4 or better in both of the past two seasons. All three have gone +9.
  4. [2020] Conference USA Statsheet

    Updated through week 13. C-USA Leaders: Passing Yards Eric McLean (RICE): 3006 Tim Pritchard (MTSU): 2632 Riley West (WKU): 2119 Rushing Yards Harrison Weir (USM): 1088 Justin Barksdale (UTEP): 1015 Isaiah Mitchell (ODU): 951 Receiving Yards Keith Triplett (RICE): 734 Jamir Irving (RICE): 707 Shawn Grant (MTSU): 704 Tackles Arthur Campbell (LT): 58 Keiron Brooks (CHAR): 58 Andres Arriaga (RICE): 56 Sacks Javier Grady (UNT): 13.0 David Tracy (FIU): 6.0 Curtis Dunn (LT): 6.0 INTs Douglas Brown (UTEP): 5 Gerald Sykes (RICE): 4 Aaron Price (MTSU): 4
  5. [2020] Head Coach Contract Extensions

    HC TheTodd15 1 year // $3.4 million $3.4 million per year
  6. I think this one has been good for both teams: Packers got Tom Grant and used the 3rd rounder on this guy: CB Cameron Bowman 6-0 180 1 Arizona [Man Coverage] 79. They then used their other 3rd rounder (#77) to be the main part of a trade for Jaz Durant. Patriots got Stokley who hasn't made any Pro Bowls but he was the best cover CB this year off of my ratings. Patriots still need a #1 WR but I don't think Tom Grant would be a good #1.
  7. [2020] Week #12 - Saturday Afternoon

    ATH Darius Waters 6-1 202 Jr West Valley (Hemet, CA) 4.5 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] He's the guy who should be a FB but has played WR/TE/CB/SS/KR/PR for UCLA over the past 3 years. I would actually add another position to that list and start him at RB if I was UCLA.
  8. [2020] Conference USA Statsheet

    Updated through week 12. C-USA Leaders: Passing Yards Eric McLean (RICE): 2699 Tim Pritchard (MTSU): 2352 Riley West (WKU): 2119 Rushing Yards Harrison Weir (USM): 1039 Justin Barksdale (UTEP): 1015 Isaiah Mitchell (ODU): 951 Receiving Yards Keith Triplett (RICE): 683 Charles Sherrill (USM): 658 Jamir Irving (RICE): 652 Tackles Andres Arriaga (RICE): 56 Arthur Campbell (LT): 55 Keiron Brooks (CHAR): 54 Sacks Javier Grady (UNT): 11.5 David Tracy (FIU): 5.0 Daniel Spivey (WKU): 5.0 Curtis Dunn (LT): 5.0 INTs Douglas Brown (UTEP): 5 Gerald Sykes (RICE): 4 Three players tied with 3
  9. I thought Buzz Etcheverry would be the best RB in that draft class.
  10. Undervalued Performers

    Malik Dawson is a beast statistically. Here are his 3 seasons. 2018: 46 tackles (2nd among DTs), 9.5 sacks, 1 FF, 1 FR 2019: 71 tackles (1st among DTs), 5.5 sacks, 1 FF, 1 FR 2020: 36 tackles (8th among DTs), 3.5 sacks, 1 FR, Pro Bowl appearance I don't think people realize how good Kenji Sagatomo did this year. He's only a 74 overall rookie. He started 11 games this year and made 9 statsheets: 45 tackles, 2 INT, 6 sacks, 1 FF, 1 FR, 1 TD. If he started from the beginning of the year and continued this production, he would have 65 tackles, 3 INT, 8.5 sacks, 1 FF, 1 FR, 1 TD. Rafael Davidson is currently the 2nd most accurate kicker in NFLHC history, barely behind Alejandro Aguirre. I doubt anyone notices this since he plays for the Chargers. I don't think I've ever heard someone mention Richard Wilson, the WR for the Bucs. He came into the league at the same time as Paul Howell and has nearly identical career stats. Jayshawn Watts has quietly been a very good #2 CB for the Patriots. He has 7 INTs the past two seasons, tying him with the three best #2 CBs in the league, IMO: Laurent Christensen, Corey Quinn, and Sammy Muhammad. He has been worth a lot more than the 5th rounder the Pats gave up for him. Browns gave up on him too early.
  11. Draft Regrets

    So far Chris Bell has been the worst pick the Titans have made. He's got another year to prove himself though. He still has a chance to be good but he hasn't been worth that 2nd round pick yet. At this rate, he's not getting past his rookie contract. I've been lucky and haven't had a 1st rounder disappoint yet (Doherty, Reamon, Woods, Tyler Jones).
  12. [2020] Conference USA Statsheet

    Updated through week 10. C-USA Leaders: Passing Yards Eric McLean (RICE): 2377 Tim Pritchard (MTSU): 1892 Riley West (WKU): 1884 Rushing Yards Harrison Weir (USM): 924 Justin Barksdale (UTEP): 914 Brannon Austin (FIU): 782 Receiving Yards Keith Triplett (RICE): 644 Charles Sherrill (USM): 617 Jamir Irving (RICE): 543 Tackles Andres Arriaga (RICE): 56 Arthur Campbell (LT): 49 Keiron Brooks (CHAR): 49 Sacks Javier Grady (UNT): 9.5 David Tracy (FIU): 5.0 Daniel Spivey (WKU): 4.5 INTs Douglas Brown (UTEP): 4 Gerald Sykes (RICE): 4 Three players tied with 3
  13. Wiki Wednesday #13

    Leon Woodruff: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=Leon_Woodruff Northwest Mississippi Community College already created
  14. [2020] Pro Bowl Squads

    Most Pro Bowl Appearances 7 appearances: Christian Skaggs 6 appearances: Chester Henson, Vaughn Abraham, Dan Nomellini, Marcellus Peterson, Quentin Smith, Alvis Brumm, Rodney Galbreath, Andre Brooks, Gary Faneca, David Wilson, Tyrone Jones, Sean Burton Streaks 7 year streak: Christian Skaggs 6 year streak: Tyrone Jones, Sean Burton 5 year streak: Jace Brown 4 year streak: Mosi Bartos, Sid Henson, LaMarcus Smith, David Doherty, Justin Davis, Dane Wilson 3 year streak: Aaron Shea, Tai Miller, Jon Zatkoff, Ron Rice, Matt Cowan, Darius Jones Breaking a 6 year streak of being in Pro Bowl: Dan Nomellini, Marcellus Peterson, Quentin Smith, Alvis Brumm, Rodney Galbreath, Andre Brooks Breaking a 5 year streak of being in Pro Bowl: Mike Tripplett Breaking a 4 year streak of being in Pro Bowl: Curtis Lewis, Nick Hall, Scott Howard, Forrest Garrett Breaking a 3 year streak of being in Pro Bowl: Adam Newman, Jeff Mangum
  15. [2020] Pro Bowl Squads

    Surprised Kevin Williams didn't make it. Surprised Brandon Reamon did. Surprised Tyler Jones made it and not Charles Woods. Guess a lot of people voted early.
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