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    1. Dacder

      Pathfinder 2.0 Playtest Session

      im interested
    2. Dacder

      CFBHCVision Volume XIV

      Ghost - Dance Macabre
    3. Houston Texans: The Texans have been on a rocky path for a few years now, but there’s a lot of reason to have hope in Houston right now. Alex Leshoure is one of the most exciting quarterbacks in the league right now, and if Rome can iron out his gunslinger tendencies the Houston passing attack, led by White and Scarborough, will be at the top end of the entire league. Arturo Pacheco had pretty great efficiency stats in limited action this past season, and while the 1st rounder was an unpopular pick there’s evidence he’ll prove his haters wrong as he grows more comfortable in his NFL role. Houston has also managed to retain its very talented offensive line for another few seasons, giving their potentially elite offense a rock solid foundation to continue developing behind. While the unit underperformed somewhat last year there’s every reason to believe this experienced, talented unit will come back in 2022 in force. Houston’s defense has given them problems in the past, but they have some nice pieces developing here as well. Robert Fulton looks like a potentially elite force off the edge, at perhaps the most valuable defensive position in the NFL. Blair Williams quietly remains excellent, and a team leader in the locker room as well. Harris and Fain, a duo of two incredibly talented safeties, will be coming back from injury hungrier than ever before. There’s every reason to believe this defensive unit is on the upswing, despite their disappointing performance in 2021. Most likely year to win it all: 2022. Their team has a surplus of experience and while they lacked chemistry last season those issues should be largely solved in 2022. If they can avoid the injuries that plagued the team in 2021 they could make a deadly playoff run. Indianapolis Colts: Aaron Shea. Mosi Bartos. Two of the most elite offensive players in the entire league, and one of the most feared QB-WR combinations in NFLHC history. Rashad Simon is an excellent #2 option, and Keith Setzer has quietly developed fairly well for the slot. The Colts also have a talented offensive line, which, while not elite, should give Shea more than enough time for Bartos and co. to get open. The story of the past couple seasons for the Colts has been the lack of a running game, but with some elite RBs hitting free agency this season and a draft class that isn’t too shabby either the Colts FO will have plenty of chances to rectify that situation. And with the Colts being a top 10 scoring offense without a running game there’s little doubt they’ll be superbowl-caliber with a running back. On the defensive side of the ball the duo of Anthony Miller and Jonathan Goodwin will terrify quarterbacks on rookie contracts for several years still to come. A fairly young but talented linebacker group and an excellent safety duo that can ease the burden on the Colts’ CB group round out the defense. While it might not be the most impressive defense in the league, the Colts’ group definitely could be enough to hold down the fort while Shea picks opposing teams apart on this teams’ path to the superbowl. Most likely year to win it: 2023. The Colts have a pretty young roster right now, and while they might have a few too many holes to win it all in 2022 they could very well fix all those by 2023, just in time for Shea to prove himself deserving of his new contract by making a superbowl run. Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars are one of the youngest, most talented teams in the league, and it all starts with their incredible offensive skill position group. Raheem Robinson and Gary Faneca are among the best WR duos in the league, and Asante Sowell is a surefire MVP candidate as long as he remains healthy. Derek Harrison rounds out the group with his veteran expertise at tight end. This group by itself is practically grounds for superbowl contention, but the best part is how little the Jaguars have had to sacrifice to get them together. Christian Barkley, while not elite in his first few seasons as a starter, has easily been passable and could still have a lot of improvement left in him---he certainly has the right coach to squeeze every ounce of potential out of him. Soluna has assembled an over-achieving offensive line that we have every reason to believe will only get even better from here. With the aforementioned skill players behind an excellent offensive line, a healthy Jaguars offense seems borderline unstoppable. On the other side of that offensive is a defense that has quite a bit of starpower itself. The duo of Ron Rice and Preston Bryant is extremely scary to any potential QB opposing it, and Christian Haywood is one of the best young ILBs in the league. While the defense isn’t the most talented in the secondary its results have remained impressive, and with a slight boost in that unit the defense could begin to equal the offense in fearsomeness. Most likely year to win it: 2023. The Jaguars’ young core will get another year of development and they should still be able to pay their veterans. Really though, the Jags could just as easily win in 2022 or 2024. They’re one of the best positioned teams looking forward and it’d almost be disappointing if they didn’t win a superbowl in the next 3 years. Tennessee Titans: The face of the Titans’ franchise is unlikely hero Kevin Williams, the star of a WR group whose performance proves that ratings aren’t everything. With Thomas Wheeler throwing the ball those WRs were the focal point of a top-5 offense in 2021, and the emergence of Cody Hunter proves the Titans’ WRs have quite a bit more magic left in them. Assisting in the passing attack is an offensive line led by Auburn standout Dean Strauss. While they weren’t amazing in 2021 the Titans’ oline is extremely happy and progressing well, and there is every reason to believe they’ll improve going forward. Like the Colts, the problem area for this team is at running back, and as with the Colts they’ll have plenty of opportunity to improve this weakness in the coming offseason. Adding someone like Chad Dess to the Titans offense would make them borderline unstoppable. The Titans have an elite defensive line unit led by Tyler Jones, one of the most dominant DEs in the league just a couple years out of college. An excellent linebacker group led by Randy Humphreys and David Doherty is followed by a secondary unit that, like the WR corps, is led by an unsuspecting but elite player: Jack Ramsey, whose 7 INTs in 2021 had him tie for 4th best in the league. The one thing though that this team has more than anything is an almost inexplicable x-factor. The locker room is one of the happiest in the league and rare stories of unfound talent appear to be commonplace in Tennessee. If the Titans can continue to find diamonds in the rough then there is no telling what they’ll be able to do in the years to come. Most likely year to win it: 2024. While some of their best players may start to fall off in the years to come the majority of the core Titans are young and improving constantly. Their excellent draft record in the past few seasons gives me hope that they’ll continue to stockpile talent and continue to improve in seasons to come. With that being said, as shown by last season, they are a clear threat for even the 2022 superbowl and could easily win in any of the next three years.
    4. Fresno State Bulldogs http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=Fresno_State_Bulldogs
    5. Dacder

      [2022] Broncos Announce New Coordinators

      That other player? Tyrone Jones
    6. Dacder

      OC Marc Trestman

    7. Dacder

      ACC Coach of the Year

      Congrats Kendrick! Must have been tough beating out people like Imposter, Emperor, and Broletariat.
    8. Dacder

      [2022] Re-signings

      ravens are ready
    9. Dacder

      OC Marc Trestman

      OC Marc Trestman $2,800,000 per year 1 year
    10. Dacder

      OC Mike Shula

      OC Mike Shula $3,100,000 per year  3 Years
    11. Dacder

      DC Jim Haslett

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      OC Mike Munchak

      OC Mike Munchak $3,000,000 per year 6 years
    13. Dacder

      DC Jim Haslett

      DC Jim Haslett $2,750,000 per year 1 year
    14. Dacder

      OC Mike Munchak

      OC Mike Munchak $3,000,000 per year 4 years
    15. Dacder

      [2022] Scout Contracts

      Baltimore Ravens @sleuthofbears 1 year