Jump to content

T-C-U BETTER BELIEVE IT

#3 TCU took on #5 LSU this weekend and let everyone know that the Horned Frogs are legit. It was a defensive struggle but TCU was able to come out on top 13-10.

THE BUC STOPS HERE

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers didn't give Christian Skaggs any break Sunday, sacking the QB 6 times. The offense did their part behind QB Taylor Heiden and rookie RB DeNorris Jackson and came away with a 28-21 win.

DREAM KILLERS?

A top 15 matchup between the #11 Toledo Rockets and #15 Florida Gators ended in heartbreak for the Rockets. Florida managed to pull out the 25-22 win on the road. Anyone doubting either team was put on notice.

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN

The Green Bay Packers have raced to a 5-0 start after beating the 2-2 Seattle Seahawks. This game was very banner worthy which is why it is on here. I wonder if anyone can "catch" the Green Bay Packers, or maybe "intercept" them? No no, definitely catch.
    Chatbox -
    Rome (32793) . Darman (30746) . Soluna (26279) . stormstopper (19260) . npklemm (17743) .

    You don't have permission to chat.
      Load More
    Soluna

    *New* Depth Chart (NFLHC-2020)

    Recommended Posts

    Coaches

    Head Coach Traits

    None

     

    Offensive Coordinator - Josh McDaniels

    -8% total scheme change penalty

    +5% QB skill

    +3% WR skill

    -15% WR durability

     

    Defensive Coordinator - Richard Smith

    +4% ILB/OLB progression

    +5% ILB fitness

    -4% OLB aggressiveness

     

    Captains (One Offensive, One Defensive, One Special Teams)

    WR Mark Walker 5-11 190 6 Florida [Speed] 79

    ILB Richard Wilson 6-2 231 5 Oregon State [Mike] 87

    CB Marcus Farmer 6-1 177 5 Louisville [Zone Coverage] 70

     

    Offense

    Quarterback

    QB Byron Harper 6-3 225 2 Utah [Hybrid] 80

    QB Christian Barkley 6-3 211 1 Texas Tech [Pocket] 83

    QB Kamau Davis 6-2 218 5 Indiana [Pocket] 89

     

    Running Back
    RB Bradie Sapp 5-11 185 6 Virginia Tech [Power] 77

    RB Asante Sowell 6-3 194 1 Wisconsin [Power] 87

     

    (3rd Down) Running Back

    RB Bradie Sapp 5-11 185 6 Virginia Tech [Power] 77

    RB Asante Sowell 6-3 194 1 Wisconsin [Power] 87

     

    Fullback

    FB Neill Sharper 6-2 212 5 LSU [Run Blocking] 86

     

    Wide Receiver

    WR Raheem Robinson 6-3 192 R Oklahoma State [Speed] 83

    WR Tyrone Turner 6-5 202 R Eastern Washington [Target] 74
    WR Mark Walker 5-11 190 6 Florida [Speed] 79

    WR Taylor Eifert 6-3 208 1 Nebraska [Target] 80
    WR Curtis Settles 6-0 207 2 Penn State [Speed] 83
    WR Robert Curtis 6-5 213 1 BYU [Target] 74

     

    Tight End

    TE Jordan Kemp 6-3 225 R Georgia [Blocking] 80
    TE Amir Nassib 6-0 229 1 Cincinnati [Receiving] 70

    TE Derek Harrison 6-1 251 6 Rutgers [Receiving] 94

     

    Left Tackle

    OT Rafael O'Donnell 6-5 310 R Colorado State [Run Blocking] 80

    OT Thomas Donaldson 6-4 302 4 Virginia Tech [Run Blocking] 78

    OT Ryan Stallworth 6-5 293 3 Kentucky [Pass Blocking] 72

     

    Left Guard

    OG Jason Peterson 6-7 291 1 Michigan State [Run Blocking] 72

    OG Robert Roaf 6-7 267 4 Michigan State [Run Blocking] 92

     

    Center

    C Patrick Ena 6-5 306 4 Texas A&M [Pass Blocking] 83

    OG Jason Peterson 6-7 291 1 Michigan State [Run Blocking] 72

     

    Right Guard

    OG Ian Meyer 6-5 289 3 Georgia Tech [Pass Blocking] 66

    OG Dave Young 6-4 296 4 Oregon [Pass Blocking] 85

     

    Right Tackle

    OT Toma Pinati 6-1 313 R Buffalo [Run Blocking] 76

    OT Glenn Boyd 6-6 311 3 Florida State [Pass Blocking] 86

    OT Mahamadou Dennis 6-3 257 1 TCU [Run Blocking] 80

     

    Defense

    Left Defensive End

    DE Thomas Conley 6-4 263 1 Missouri [Contain] 75

    DE Preston Bryant 6-8 280 3 Michigan State [Blitz] 84

     

    Defensive Tackle(s)

    DT Ronald Barker 6-4 299 R Boston College [2-Gap] 80
    DT Larry Holmes 6-6 275 3 LSU [1-Gap] 74

     

    Right Defensive End

    DE Ethan McCall 6-0 263 R Nevada [Blitz] 70

    DE Shamar Manning 6-1 276 2 Florida State [Contain] 78

     

    Left Outside Linebacker

    OLB Hugh Boerigter 6-2 251 4 Stanford [Blitz] 75

    OLB Jeff Williams 6-2 237 5 Wisconsin [Coverage] 88

     

    Middle Linebacker(s)

    ILB Melvin Cooper 6-2 227 4 Tennessee [Will] 77

    ILB Christian Haywood 6-3 243 1 Arizona [Mike] 86

    ILB Richard Wilson 6-2 231 5 Oregon State [Mike] 87

     

    Right Outside Linebacker

    OLB Donnie Bavaro 6-2 239 5 Florida [Coverage] 85

    OLB Brett Wilson 6-1 235 2 Louisville [Coverage] 75

     

    Cornerbacks

    CB B.J. Dawkins 5-11 176 6 Washington State [Man Coverage] 76
    CB Marcus Farmer 6-1 177 5 Louisville [Zone Coverage] 70
    CB Cody  Hanna 5-11 196 1 Clemson [Man Coverage] 67

    CB Jay Wade 5-10 211 1 Alabama [Zone Coverage] 82

    CB Gary Chamberlain 6-1 174 4 Notre Dame [Man Coverage] 82

     

    Free Safety

    FS Jake Pugh 5-11 193 3 Florida State [Man Coverage] 73

    FS Kevin Johnson 6-0 174 2 Syracuse [Man Coverage] 81

     

    Strong Safety

    SS Mark Dean 5-10 205 1 Nevada [Zone Coverage] 78

    SS Larry Reeves 5-11 204 6 Tennessee [Man Coverage] 89

     

    Special Teams

    Kicker

    K Alejandro Aguirre 5-11 198 1 Oklahoma [Accuracy] 87

     

    Punter

    P Jason Sochia 5-10 169 3 Notre Dame [Accuracy] 93

     

    Kickoff Specialist

    K Alejandro Aguirre 5-11 198 1 Oklahoma [Accuracy] 87

     

    Kick Returner

    WR Curtis Settles 6-0 207 2 Penn State [Speed] 83

     

    Punt Returner

    WR Curtis Settles 6-0 207 2 Penn State [Speed] 83

     

    Holder

    QB Byron Harper 6-3 225 2 Utah [Hybrid] 80

     

    Long Snapper

    OG Jason Peterson 6-7 291 1 Michigan State [Run Blocking] 72

     

    Kickoff Team (10 Players, not including the Kick Returner)

    TE Jordan Kemp 6-3 225 R Georgia [Blocking] 80
    TE Amir Nassib 6-0 229 1 Cincinnati [Receiving] 70

    WR Tyrone Turner 6-5 202 R Eastern Washington [Target] 74
    WR Mark Walker 5-11 190 6 Florida [Speed] 79
    WR Robert Curtis 6-5 213 1 BYU [Target] 74

    ILB Melvin Cooper 6-2 227 4 Tennessee [Will] 77

    CB Marcus Farmer 6-1 177 5 Louisville [Zone Coverage] 70
    CB Cody  Hanna 5-11 196 1 Clemson [Man Coverage] 67

    FS Jake Pugh 5-11 193 3 Florida State [Man Coverage] 73

    SS Mark Dean 5-10 205 1 Nevada [Zone Coverage] 78

     

    Hands Team (11 Players, to be used during Onside Kicks)

    TE Derek Harrison 6-1 251 6 Rutgers [Receiving] 94
    TE Jordan Kemp 6-3 225 R Georgia [Blocking] 80

    WR Raheem Robinson 6-3 192 R Oklahoma State [Speed] 83

    WR Taylor Eifert 6-3 208 1 Nebraska [Target] 80
    WR Curtis Settles 6-0 207 2 Penn State [Speed] 83

    ILB Melvin Cooper 6-2 227 4 Tennessee [Will] 77

    CB Jay Wade 5-10 211 1 Alabama [Zone Coverage] 82

    CB Gary Chamberlain 6-1 174 4 Notre Dame [Man Coverage] 82

    FS Kevin Johnson 6-0 174 2 Syracuse [Man Coverage] 81

    SS Larry Reeves 5-11 204 6 Tennessee [Man Coverage] 89

     

    Punt Return Team (10 Players, not including the Punt Returner)

    TE Jordan Kemp 6-3 225 R Georgia [Blocking] 80
    TE Amir Nassib 6-0 229 1 Cincinnati [Receiving] 70

    WR Tyrone Turner 6-5 202 R Eastern Washington [Target] 74
    WR Mark Walker 5-11 190 6 Florida [Speed] 79
    WR Robert Curtis 6-5 213 1 BYU [Target] 74

    ILB Melvin Cooper 6-2 227 4 Tennessee [Will] 77

    CB Marcus Farmer 6-1 177 5 Louisville [Zone Coverage] 70
    CB Cody  Hanna 5-11 196 1 Clemson [Man Coverage] 67

    FS Jake Pugh 5-11 193 3 Florida State [Man Coverage] 73

    SS Mark Dean 5-10 205 1 Nevada [Zone Coverage] 78

     

    Inactive

    None

    Share this post


    Link to post
    Share on other sites
    23 hours ago, Soluna said:

    (3rd Down) Running Back

    RB Bradie Sapp 5-11 185 6 Virginia Tech [Power] 77

    RB Asante Sowell 6-3 194 1 Wisconsin [Power] 87

     

    Quick question... how does the new 3rd Down RB slot affect 2RB schemes? Is the second RB the 3rd down RB?

    Share this post


    Link to post
    Share on other sites
    23 minutes ago, TuscanSota said:

     

    Quick question... how does the new 3rd Down RB slot affect 2RB schemes? Is the second RB the 3rd down RB?

     

    I think the point of adding a 3rd Down RB to the DC is that whoever you list as your 3rd Down RB will be your 3rd Down RB.

    Share this post


    Link to post
    Share on other sites
    2 hours ago, pumph said:

    This depth chart shows a kickoff return team and a punt return team, but not coverage teams, which should be starkly different units.  (People who can tackle vs people who can block)

     

    The return teams are also the coverage teams, so you have to find a balance

    Share this post


    Link to post
    Share on other sites
    2 hours ago, DStack11 said:

     

    I think the point of adding a 3rd Down RB to the DC is that whoever you list as your 3rd Down RB will be your 3rd Down RB.

     

    You have a point.

    I'm just curious to know if before the update, the 2nd RB was used as the 3rd down RB in a 2RB scheme, or if the top two RBs on a depth chart were sharing reps.

    Share this post


    Link to post
    Share on other sites
    6 hours ago, smckenz3 said:

    Random question for future clarification.  

     

    If your captain is going to miss a game due to injury, should you select a different one?

    you can change your captains whenever you want.

    Share this post


    Link to post
    Share on other sites

    Create an account or sign in to comment

    You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

    Create an account

    Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

    Register a new account

    Sign in

    Already have an account? Sign in here.

    Sign In Now

    ×