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joedchi last won the day on November 28 2018

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    South Carolina Gamecocks (2016-2019), Notre Dame Fighting Irish (2020-Present)
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    Dallas Cowboys GM (2017-2021), Pittsburgh Steelers Owner/GM (2021-Present)
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  1. Tennessee has been one of the most underrated teams all year.
  2. I'll take an 8-5 season after starting 0-3 with losses to USC, Michigan, and Purdue. Broke in 9 new starters on defense which didn't help early on but they came together nicely over the course of the season. #RanktheIrish.
  3. Gg @taffyowner Knew I had to stop Trufant. Still couldn't and barely slowed him down. Good thing the offense did just enough.
  4. And I realized the cap percentages are wrong as they're based on total contract against the cap as opposed to yearly average against the cap so I'll need to fix those.
  5. The discussion has merit. I know the salaries aren't based on matching real life but for discussion sake, I will compare. Here's a comparison of current IRL first round contracts based on the 4 year total. With a salary cap about $17 million less, most rookie contracts are higher in NFLHC leaving less money in play for veterans. This shows only the top 4 picks making less money than IRL. That means 28 players are getting paid higher than their IRL counterpart with the majority making many millions more. By the time you get to the bottom of the first round, these guys are making $10 million more total in their first 4 years. With the lack of salary cap increase, only the #2 pick takes up less of the total cap than IRL. And guys at the bottom half of the first round are taking up 12.5% of the salary cap compared to 5.4 to 7% IRL. $177,200,000 $160,000,000 PICK 2018 NFL CONTRACT 2023 NFLHC CONTRACT NFLHC +/- % NFL Salary Cap % NFLHC Salary Cap % NFLHC +/- 1 $33,158,294 $30,000,000 -$3,158,294 18.71% 18.75% 0.04% 2 $31,647,174 $28,000,000 -$3,647,174 17.86% 17.50% -0.36% 3 $30,685,571 $28,000,000 -$2,685,571 17.32% 17.50% 0.18% 4 $29,586,562 $28,000,000 -$1,586,562 16.70% 17.50% 0.80% 5 $27,663,313 $28,000,000 $336,687 15.61% 17.50% 1.89% 6 $24,228,952 $26,000,000 $1,771,048 13.67% 16.25% 2.58% 7 $21,481,462 $26,000,000 $4,518,538 12.12% 16.25% 4.13% 8 $18,733,972 $26,000,000 $7,266,028 10.57% 16.25% 5.68% 9 $18,595,442 $26,000,000 $7,404,558 10.49% 16.25% 5.76% 10 $17,841,032 $26,000,000 $8,158,968 10.07% 16.25% 6.18% 11 $16,673,360 $22,000,000 $5,326,640 9.41% 13.75% 4.34% 12 $15,024,853 $22,000,000 $6,975,147 8.48% 13.75% 5.27% 13 $14,612,732 $22,000,000 $7,387,268 8.25% 13.75% 5.50% 14 $13,925,862 $22,000,000 $8,074,138 7.86% 13.75% 5.89% 15 $13,651,129 $22,000,000 $8,348,871 7.70% 13.75% 6.05% 16 $12,826,862 $22,000,000 $9,173,138 7.24% 13.75% 6.51% 17 $12,552,112 $20,000,000 $7,447,888 7.08% 12.50% 5.42% 18 $12,208,682 $20,000,000 $7,791,318 6.89% 12.50% 5.61% 19 $12,002,612 $20,000,000 $7,997,388 6.77% 12.50% 5.73% 20 $11,933,932 $20,000,000 $8,066,068 6.73% 12.50% 5.77% 21 $11,865,242 $20,000,000 $8,134,758 6.70% 12.50% 5.80% 22 $11,727,863 $20,000,000 $8,272,137 6.62% 12.50% 5.88% 23 $11,590,492 $20,000,000 $8,409,508 6.54% 12.50% 5.96% 24 $11,315,742 $20,000,000 $8,684,258 6.39% 12.50% 6.11% 25 $11,178,372 $20,000,000 $8,821,628 6.31% 12.50% 6.19% 26 $11,040,975 $20,000,000 $8,959,025 6.23% 12.50% 6.27% 27 $10,903,622 $20,000,000 $9,096,378 6.15% 12.50% 6.35% 28 $10,834,932 $20,000,000 $9,165,068 6.11% 12.50% 6.39% 29 $10,283,751 $20,000,000 $9,716,249 5.80% 12.50% 6.70% 30 $9,991,865 $20,000,000 $10,008,135 5.64% 12.50% 6.86% 31 $9,747,362 $20,000,000 $10,252,638 5.50% 12.50% 7.00% 32 $9,589,930 $20,000,000 $10,410,070 5.41% 12.50% 7.09% Diving deeper than the first round, here is the round by round average for total 4 year contracts as well as year 1 cap hit. Rounds 2 and 3 have average 4 year contracts that are almost 3 times as much as IRL. And when you look at the first year, because of the signing bonus calculation, the cap hits are significantly higher than IRL. - For example the #1 pick in 2023 will carry a $7.5 million cap hit compared to $5.9 million for the IRL 2018 #1 pick where the #32 pick will carry a $5 million cap hit compared to $1.7 million for the IRL 2018 #32 pick. Round NFL CONTRACT NFLHC CONTRACT 2018 NFL Cap Hit 2023 NFLHC Cap Hit 1 $16,003,281 $22,625,000 $2,909,687 $5,656,250 2 $5,788,724 $14,000,000 $1,052,065 $3,500,000 3 $3,614,295 $10,000,000 $700,379 $2,500,000 4 $3,096,681 $6,000,000 $622,047 $1,500,000 5 $2,735,805 $4,000,000 $511,056 $1,000,000 6 $2,608,604 $3,000,000 $489,164 $750,000 7 $2,542,937 $3,000,000 $478,456 $750,000 2018 salary details were pulled from the following site: https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/draft/2018/
  6. Famous Idaho Potato Bowl: Cougars unzip Akron! The 8-4 BYU Cougars opened as 9 point favorites against 7-5 Akron and just outpaced that number with a 31-20 win. The Cougars led 14-6 at halftime before the Zips mounted a small comeback only to see Adarius Galloway control the clock on the ground and seal the game. BYU came in averaging 30.7 points while giving up 16.7 so this final was right on par with their season performance. Senior quarterback Jabari Sneed was an effective 19 of 34 for 192 yards and threw two touchdown passes. Freshman sensation Adarius Galloway ran for 117 yards on 19 carries with two touchdowns, finishing with 1,504 yards and 21 rushing touchdowns on the season. Independents Receiver of the Year Roman Byrne added 7 catches for 102 yards and 2 touchdowns. This trio carried the Cougar offense all year and didn't disappoint this evening. Akron quarterback Griffin Donahue matched Sneed through the air by going 17 of 27 for 210 yards and two touchdowns but threw one costly interception. Freshman running back Bryan Ellison added 100 yards rushing on 23 carries but was unable to find the endzone. BYU's defense was led by their other outstanding freshman, OLB Brayden Reeder, who racked up 5 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, a sack, and an interception. Junior defensive end Frank Cornell added a sack upping his season total to 10.5. The Cougars top 4 players combined for 5 tackles for loss making a living in the backfield all evening. The Zips were able to generate some pressure on Sneed with both defensive ends, Damione Ridley and Julian Whaley each recording a sack. But they weren't able to contain Galloway or find a way to even up the turnover battle. This was the best win this season for BYU. A relatively weak schedule watered down their strength of schedule but they were able to close out the season by beating a good Akron squad. Like fellow Independent Army, the Cougars have won their third straight bowl game and have a promising future with Galloway and Reeder leading the way.
  7. Are there no MVPs in the Bowl games this year?
  8. Disney Bowl: Black is better than Scarlet! The 6-6 Army Black Knights came in as 1.5 point underdogs and disposed of the 6-6 Rutgers Scarlet Knights 20-13. With Rutgers having so many close calls this season including a narrow 3 point loss at Michigan, they were the favorite and deservedly so. But the Black Knights jumped out to a 10-3 lead at halftime and led 17-3 after 3 quarters. It was the second lowest scoring output for the Scarlet Knights this season just surpassing the 9 points they scored at Illinois in week 8. While neither quarterback was stellar, they were equally respectable. Army freshman Vince Larue went 19 of 27 for 209 yards with Rutgers senior signal caller Blair Sullivan going 19 of 33 for 189 yards. Both quarterbacks threw one touchdown and one interception. The big difference was the running game though. Senior running back Marcel Clinton came in averaging 88.9 rushing yards per game for the scarlet Knights but was bottled up all day finishing with 45 yards on 13 carries. Meanwhile Army sophomore Nigel Royal came in averaging 74.3 yards per game and proved the more effective back with 102 yards on 22 carries. Army's Nathaniel Woodson, the Independents Defensive Player of the Year, saw constant double teams but still managed a tackle, a tackle for loss, and a sack. Independents defensive back of the year Micah Bowers tallied 3 tackles and his 7th interception of the season. And freshman defensive end Louis Quintero made the most of the attention paid to Woodson by registering 5 tackles and a sack. Senior outside linebacker Hunter Newby led the Scarlet Knights with an interception and a pass defense while defensive ends Kwon Durham and Joseph Mackey each tallied a sack. This was probably the best defensive performance of the season for Army even though it was their fourth lowest point total allowed. They shut out fellow Independents Liberty and New Mexico State and held UMass to a lone touchdown. While Rutgers isn't an offensive juggernaut, they did manage to score 30 at Ohio State and 28 at Michigan. Army finished the season at 7-6 and looks to build on the momentum of their 3rd consecutive bowl win.
  9. Also first ever playoff win for the Steelers organization.
  10. Good game @Soluna. It would be interesting to see how the 4th played out.
  11. A&M finishes 10-3. 3 losses by a combined 13 points. 27-24 to Auburn 26-23 to Alabama 41-34 to Auburn
  12. Rough ending to the season but great run for the Seahawks this year.
  13. The Browns should pair him with North by taking him in the 1̶s̶t̶ ̶2̶n̶d̶ 3rd.
  14. Offense Quarterback QB Dennis Mackey 6-5 203 Fr Hoosac Valley (Cheshire MA) 1.0 of 4.0 [Scrambling] Running Back RB JaQuan Banjo 5-10 193 Fr Prestonwood Christian Academy ( TX) 1.5 of 3.5 [Power] Fullback FB Damian Smart 6-1 234 Fr Pineville (Pineville LA) 1.0 of 4.0 [Run Blocking] Wide Receivers WR Nehemiah Cobb 6-5 211 Fr Cardinal Ritter (Indianapolis IN) 1.5 of 3.5 [Target] WR Ronan Blanchard 6-3 218 Fr Crowell (Crowell TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Target] Tight End TE Khiry Bland 6-5 195 Fr Paxon (Jacksonville FL) 1.0 of 4.0 [Receiving] Offensive Tackles OT Campbell Ragsdale 6-3 257 Fr Arsenal Tech (Indianapolis IN) 1.5 of 5.0 [Run Blocking] OT Joshua Foss 6-1 257 Fr Perry Central (Perry NY) 1.0 of 3.5 [Pass Blocking] Offensive Guards OG A.J. Womack 6-5 320 Fr T.A. Edison (Lake Station IN) 1.5 of 4.5 [Pass Blocking] OG Maurice Cooper 6-5 327 Fr Norwich Tech (Norwich CT) 1.0 of 4.5 [Pass Blocking] Center C Tavarreus Bright 6-4 274 Fr Thomas County Central ( GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking] C David Parker 6-2 297 Fr Lone Grove (Lone Grove OK) 1.0 of 3.0 [Run Blocking] Defense Defensive Ends DE Reshad Redmond 6-2 256 Fr Joaquin (Joaquin TX) 1.5 of 3.5 [Contain] DE Isaraelu Seau 6-3 252 Fr Grady (Atlanta GA) 1.0 of 3.5 [Contain] Defensive Tackles DT Wayne Huber 6-5 345 Fr Evangel Christian Academy (Shreveport LA) 1.5 of 4.0 [1-Gap] Inside Linebackers ILB Frederick Washburn 6-2 232 Fr West (Knoxville TN) 1.0 of 3.5 [Will] ILB Michael Stubbs III 5-11 243 Fr Montville Township (Montville NJ) 3.0 of 3.0 [Will] Outside Linebackers OLB Andrew Brenner 5-11 220 Fr Lewis County (Hohenwald TN) 2.0 of 4.0 [Blitz] OLB Keenan Woodson 5-11 240 Fr Medford (Medford MA) 1.0 of 3.5 [Blitz] OLB Miles Diehl 6-2 229 Fr Pleasant Grove (Pleasant Grove UT) 1.0 of 3.5 [Blitz] OLB Patrick Blackburn 6-4 223 Fr Crescent (Iva SC) 1.0 of 3.5 [Coverage] Cornerbacks CB Tank Boston 6-2 196 Fr Winchester (Winchester IN) 1.0 of 4.0 [Zone Coverage] CB Jordan Hester 5-9 201 Fr American (Hialeah FL) 1.0 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] CB Jaiden Hope 5-10 198 Fr Robert E. Lee (Baytown TX) 1.5 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] Free Safety FS Isaiah Moore 5-11 193 Fr Hargrave Military Academy ( VA) 1.5 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] Strong Safety SS Donovan Rodgers-Clay 5-10 200 Fr San Juan (Blanding UT) 1.0 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] Special Teams Kicker K Jay Scott 5-11 192 Fr John Curtis Christian (River Ridge LA) 1.0 of 4.0 [Power] Punter P Andrew McNeely 6-3 177 Fr Center Grove (Greenwood IN) 1.0 of 3.5 [Power] Long Snapper LS Abe Mark 6-1 245 Fr Eupora (Eupora MS) 1.0 of 2.5 [Traditional] Return Specialist PR Michael Mills 5-10 178 Fr San Juan (Blanding UT) 1.0 of 3.5 [Hybrid]
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