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    I'm sorry...did Tyler Jones just go +5??!?!!!?!!??

     

    damn, Titans...with Jones and Ramsey and Harris and Kevin Williams...that's a lot of elite young talent. Now, get a QB and RB and you'll be set.

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    Titans defense is looking so good right now:

    DE Tyler Jones 6-1 257 1 Mississippi State [Contain] 88
    DE Charles Woods 6-5 273 2 Notre Dame [Contain] 86

    DT Joseph Whiteside 6-2 327 1 USC [2-Gap] 81

    ILB Randy Humphreys 6-1 252 5 Purdue [Will] 90
    ILB Jackie Eaton 6-0 234 6 Virginia Tech [Will] 85

    OLB David Doherty 6-1 228 4 Kansas State [Coverage] 92
    OLB Jeffrey Aranda 5-11 221 2 Oklahoma [Coverage] 81

    CB Jack Ramsey 6-2 172 3 Virginia Tech [Zone Coverage] 85
    CB Jordan Harris 5-10 185 1 North Dakota State [Zone Coverage] 82

    FS Alex Collins 6-0 214 7 Auburn [Man Coverage] 85

    SS Tywan Tafoya 6-2 185 6 Washington State [Zone Coverage] 88

     

    Not only is there a lot of talent here, but a lot of it is pretty young. I would do some awful things to obtain a DL that looks like this. Ramsey has had a massive breakout season in 2020. With this defense and the nice progressions for the receiving group, I think the Titans have a lot to be excited about.

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    That Tyler Jones is a talented young man with a good attitude. 

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    5 minutes ago, Duncan345 said:

    That Tyler Jones is a talented young man with a good attitude. 

     

    Very well-spoken

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    (NO) CB Bob Brewer 6-1 179 7 Oklahoma State [Man Coverage] 71

     

     

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    OT Jack Allen 6-4 279 3 USC [Run Blocking] 85

     

    he went +0 and +1 after two years, then I trade him and he goes +3. Of course.

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    WR Adrian Jankowski 6-4 194 2 Texas A&M [Target] 86

     

    +5. of course he would.

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    On 8/3/2017 at 1:23 AM, Soluna said:

    (IND) RB Tony Peaks 5-10 239 7 Florida State [Power] 82

     

     

    Enjoy retirement, good buddy.

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    2 players on the IR from our team were not progressed.

     

    RB Jermaine Lockett 5-10 178 R Auburn [Speed] 78

    SS Romulus Jackson 6-0 193 3 Fresno State [Zone Coverage] 88

     

     

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    I don't think these guys from our PS were progressed. Sorry if I did something wrong. 

     

    RB Justin Couture 5-10 178 1 Ohio [Speed] 69

    DE Thierno Mingo 6-1 244 1 Western Michigan [Blitz] 68

    OLB Gregory Jenkins 6-4 232 R Temple [Coverage] 69

    CB James Ortiz 5-10 195 R Kentucky [Man Coverage] 68 

    FS Curtis Benton 5-11 183 R Marshall [Zone Coverage] 67

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    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.

     

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    Thanks for all the hard work, play on the field, solid community contributions, and your service to the Denver Broncos:

     

    Jerry Rambo

    David Simpson

    Ricky Green

     

     

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    3 hours ago, Bubada said:

    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.

     

     

    Jonathan Bridges has also gone +9 in the past two seasons :)

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    On 8/3/2017 at 0:23 AM, Soluna said:

    Please continue to keep these players highlighted with yellow text on your team page and depth chart.

    What do we do with a player that was red/yellow/green that gets traded? I assume they become black text again?

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    13 hours ago, cmcgill said:

    What do we do with a player that was red/yellow/green that gets traded? I assume they become black text again?

     

    Good question actually, happy/unhappy resets to black. Dark red stays. They are still considering retirement.

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    Disregard, sorry.  Thought we had a guy missing but he retired.

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