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View Poll Results: Who will win Super Bowl LVI at SoFi?
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Miami Dolphins 0 0%
Las Vegas Raiders 0 0%
Los Angeles Rams 0 0%
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Pittsburgh Steelers 2 11.11%
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Philadelphia Eagles 0 0%
Jacksonville Jaguars 0 0%
Cincinnati Bengals 0 0%
Green Bay Packers 1 5.56%
Minnesota Vikings 0 0%
Washington Redskins 0 0%
Detroit Lions 0 0%
Carolina Panthers 0 0%
Chicago Bears 0 0%
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Old 02-07-2021, 09:57 PM   #1
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OMGHi2U The 2021-2022 NFL Season

Congratulations to the Bucs and their fans...

Key Dates - there isn't as much data as there usually is I guess due to COVID, but I will try to update.

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The NFL has settled on a tentative schedule for the 2021 offseason after reaching an agreement with the NFL Players Association, according to multiple reports. Though the schedule remains subject to change as the pandemic maintains its grip on the U.S., setting a series of dates was the first step toward pushing through COVID-19 into the 2021 season.T

Below are the key offseason dates agreed upon by the NFL and NFLPA.

-- Feb. 7, 2021 - Super Bowl LV You are here.

-- Feb. 23, 2021 - Franchise tag window opens, expected to close after two weeks

-- March 17, 2021 - Free agency begins at 4 p.m. ET

-- April 5, 2021 - Offseason workouts for teams with new coaches allowed to begin

-- April 19, 2021 - Offseason workouts for all other teams allowed to begin

-- April 23, 2021 - Last day of restricted free agency signing period

-- April 28, 2021 - Last day for teams to match offer sheets for restricted free agents

-- April 29, 2021 - Round 1 of the 2021 NFL Draft

-- April 30 - May 1, 2021 - Rounds 2-7 of the 2021 NFL Draft

Offseason workouts were canceled in 2020, as was the entire NFL preseason. For now, the NFL is planning to move ahead with scheduling out offseason workouts but no indication has been given as to the fate of the 2021 preseason.


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Here is a draft guide by position, and if you want player grades, stats, or team grades just ask me and I will post them on request only.

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QUARTERBACK
Trevor Lawrence, Clemson
Zach Wilson, BYU
Justin Fields, Ohio State
Trey Lance, North Dakota State
Mac Jones, Alabama
Zach Wilson at No. 2 in our quarterback rankings and on the PFF draft board might turn some heads. That's how physically gifted he is, though, and how well he played this season. Just look at the arm talent and placement on these throws.


One might point to his competition level as a knock, but if you look at the difficulty level of some of his throws, that criticism doesn't quite hold up as much. Wilson led all quarterbacks in the country with 64 tight-window completions. His 95.0 passing grade on such passes ranked first in college football and was even higher than Joe Burrow's 90.5 mark from last year. That's why he's QB2.

http://twitter.com/PFF_AustinGayle/s...26944023863298

RUNNING BACK
Travis Etienne, Clemson
Javonte Williams, North Carolina
Najee Harris, Alabama
Michael Carter, North Carolina
Kenneth Gainwell, Memphis
Javonte Williams just put together a season the likes of which we've not seen before. He broke a ridiculous 75 tackles on only 157 attempts. To put into perspective how insane that is, those 75 broken tackles were six more than any other back last season despite him placing only 19th in total rushing attempts. Alabama's Najee Harris had 95 more carries and still broke fewer tackles. Williams' hard running style at 220 pounds should translate nicely.

http://twitter.com/accnetwork/status...46023504859137

WIDE RECEIVER
Ja'Marr Chase, LSU
Jaylen Waddle, Alabama
DeVonta Smith, Alabama
Rashod Bateman, Minnesota
Kadarius Toney, Florida
Jaylen Waddle over Heisman winner DeVonta Smith may seem blasphemous right now, but go back and watch the first four games with both healthy where Waddle outgained Smith, and it doesn't seem as crazy. Waddle has a special level of speed and quickness that can change games. He's also going to be a weapon in the screen and return games. He broke 19 tackles after the catch on 106 career receptions at Alabama and averaged 18.1 yards per punt return.

http://twitter.com/AlabamaDieHards/s...21975896731653

TIGHT END
Kyle Pitts, Florida
Pat Freiermuth, Penn State
Brevin Jordan, Miami (FL)
Hunter Long, Boston College
Tony Poljan, Virginia
We are not the biggest fans of drafting tight ends highly. They are oftentimes products of scheme. If they are incapable of beating man coverage from a safety, they can easily be taken out of games by opposing defenses. Florida's Kyle Pitts is different in that regard. Even if you just considered him a wide receiver, he'd still be one of the top prospects in the class with the ability he's already shown to separate against corners. Get him matched up on a linebacker or a safety, and it's game over. He averaged 4.91 yards per route when Florida saw man coverage this season. The next closest tight end was Brevin Jordan at 2.93 yards.

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OFFENSIVE TACKLE
Penei Sewell, Oregon
Rashawn Slater, Northwestern
Christian Darrisaw, Virginia Tech
Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma State
Samuel Cosmi, Texas
Christian Darrisaw is a name you're going to hear a lot more of in the coming months, and he could even come off the board as high as the top 10 when all is said and done. He earned the second-highest grade we've ever given to a Power Five tackle, posting a 95.6 overall mark. And he wasn't exactly going up against slouches. He faced draftable edge defenders such as Carlos Basham (Wake Forest), Quincy Roche (Miami), and Victor Dimukeje (Duke) and shut them all down.


http://twitter.com/BenFennell_NFL/st...54410151804930

INTERIOR OFFENSIVE LINE
Alijah Vera-Tucker, USC
Wyatt Davis, Ohio State
Landon Dickerson, Alabama
Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma
Ben Cleveland, Georgia
The interior offensive line class is almost as deep as the tackle class. One PFF favorite in the group is Georgia guard Ben Cleveland. He has been terrific when called upon in his career and hasn't allowed a sack since 2017. While he played in a rotation the previous two seasons, Cleveland starred as a full-time starter in 2020. He's a barrel-chested 335-pounder who stops bull rushes in their tracks. While not the most athletic, he has still gotten the job done in pass protection, as well.


http://twitter.com/colecubelic/statu...02286970920960

INTERIOR DEFENDER
Christian Barmore, Alabama
Alim McNeil, N.C. State
Levi Onwuzurike, Washington
Marvin Wilson, Florida State
Daviyon Nixon, Iowa
This isn't the year to be in need of defensive tackle help. Outside of Barmore, there may not be another guy making too much of an impact in Year 1. One guy who could certainly develop into a difference-maker in time, though, is North Carolina State's Alim McNeil. He's a 320-pounder who possesses a first-step like a 280-pounder. He played a ton of pure 0-tech for the Wolfpack and continuously disrupted in the run game. McNeil's 92.1 run-defense grade was the second-highest in the country at the position. While he's got little in the way of pass-rushing moves, it doesn't take much to be effective in that regard with his explosiveness.

http://twitter.com/TheJoeMarino/stat...07286839054336



EDGE DEFENDER

Kwity Paye, Michigan
Gregory Rousseau, Miami (FL)
Jayson Oweh, Penn State
Azeez Ojulari, Georgia
Carlos Basham, Wake Forest
This edge group has some real-deal athletes, but none stand out more on tape than Michigan's Kwity Paye. That's because he brings the total package to the table. Quicks, bend, power, speed - you name it, Paye has it. There's no polished product at the top of this edge class by any means, but Paye has already shown the flashes on tape that get you excited. He had 22 pressures and 11 run stops in his four games this season.

http://twitter.com/PFF_AustinGayle/s...94919702368256

LINEBACKER
Micah Parsons, Penn State
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Notre Dame
Nick Bolton, Missouri
Zaven Collins, Tulsa
Chazz Surratt, North Carolina
If there is an NFL combine this year, every single one of these guys is going to put on a show in some regard. That is, except Missouri's Nick Bolton. He's not the fastest nor the longest, but he brings the heat play after play.


He's led the SEC in stops in back-to-back seasons and sees the game at a high level already.

http://twitter.com/EaglesXOs/status/1297877098728652800

CORNERBACK
Caleb Farley, Virginia Tech
Patrick Surtain II, Alabama
Jaycee Horn, South Carolina
Asante Samuel Jr., Florida State
Tyson Campbell, Georgia
Caleb Farley retains his top spot even after opting out of the 2020 season. The reason is the level of physical tools he brings to the table combined with his stellar 2019 campaign. If you were to put together a corner from a size and speed perspective, they'd look a lot like Farley. His long strides help him make up ground with ease down the field. It's why he allowed only five catches on 27 targets on throws targeted 10-plus yards downfield in 2019.

http://twitter.com/Jordan_Reid/statu...77462136504324



SAFETY

Trevon Moehrig, TCU
Ar'Darius Washington, TCU
Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida State
Elijah Molden, Washington
Andre Cisco, Syracuse
This safety class has a bunch of different body types and physical skill sets. The one that sticks out the most is easily TCU's Ar'Darius Washington. Being 5-foot-8, 179 pounds is normally a listing for a futbol player - not a football player. Flip on the tape, though, and you see a player constantly rising above those physical limitations. In his career at TCU, Washington allowed only 16 catches on 37 targets for 172 yards with three scores, five picks and seven pass breakups.

http://twitter.com/CDonnick3/status/1271525051947347968


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I voted Packers because I'm an obvious homer, but I'm already mentally preparing myself for the team to let me down in the playoffs again next year Congrats to the Bucs and to Brady for winning #7. Dude is a goddamn machine and a freak of nature.

This year's free agency period should be more interesting than most due to the salary cap shrinking and teams being in cap hell, so that's what I'll be looking forward now.
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I voted Packers because I'm an obvious homer, but I'm already mentally preparing myself for the team to let me down in the playoffs again next year Congrats to the Bucs and to Brady for winning #7. Dude is a goddamn machine and a freak of nature.

This year's free agency period should be more interesting than most due to the salary cap shrinking and teams being in cap hell, so that's what I'll be looking forward now.
That's the way it goes...

Wished they would have called holding last year.
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Bold Prediction: Tampa misses the playoffs in 2021.

I think a 57 year old Brady isn't going to be able to keep this team from getting high off the smell of their own farts and they fall flat next year.

KC will still win the West because it's the AFC West
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Bold Prediction: Tampa misses the playoffs in 2021.

I think a 57 year old Brady isn't going to be able to keep this team from getting high off the smell of their own farts and they fall flat next year.

KC will still win the West because it's the AFC West
I really don't see this. Brady has never rested on his laurels, the whole team seems set on 'running this one back' and they should be able to bring back 90% or more of this team. Give them a full training camp, pre-season and I think the rest of the NFC should watch out..
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Here we go - one more story for this crazy off-season.


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