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    Re: Pro Dawgs 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Dixonfor6 View Post
    Charvarius Ward will almost certainly get his starting job back when he is back. He’s only 24 and has made big plays his first two seasons. With as much 5 DB sets as teams are running, Sneed earned himself plenty of playing time.
    Breeland was the one out......Ward played. Well A Ward played

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    Re: Pro Dawgs 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by weunice View Post
    We have 10 players in the NFL rtight now according to this:

    http://www.espn.com/nfl/college/_/letter/l

    I check on this from time to time. This is actually the lowest it has been in a number of years. We were in the 15 or so range for a few years. Still, we are solidly represented in the NFL.
    I thought Trent Taylor was out in SF. He didn't play in the Super Bowl last year due to an injury. But, according to this link, he's #2 at his position on SF's depth chart.

    https://www.espn.com/nfl/team/depth/...rancisco-49ers

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    Quote Originally Posted by HogDawg View Post
    I thought Trent Taylor was out in SF. He didn't play in the Super Bowl last year due to an injury. But, according to this link, he's #2 at his position on SF's depth chart.

    https://www.espn.com/nfl/team/depth/...rancisco-49ers
    He's been plagued by injury - and then by an infection from the surgery to repair such. I think it was a broken foot the week before 2019 started.

    But they are very excited for his return, assuming he stays healthy.

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    Re: Pro Dawgs 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog Tom View Post
    Funny I don't see Turner on the Bengals roster.
    I see Jeff Driskel is still hanging round in the NFL too. Not only that, he's listed as the #2 QB on Denver's depth chart, behind some 2nd year guy named Drew Lock, who has an 89.7 QB rating. That sounds like a starting job Driskel can win unless the Broncos bring in another QB to compete.

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    Re: Pro Dawgs 2020

    He was placed on injured reserve list following issues with foot surgery as Blue Dawg stated.

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    Re: Pro Dawgs 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by HogDawg View Post
    I see Jeff Driskel is still hanging round in the NFL too. Not only that, he's listed as the #2 QB on Denver's depth chart, behind some 2nd year guy named Drew Lock, who has an 89.7 QB rating. That sounds like a starting job Driskel can win unless the Broncos bring in another QB to compete.
    Jeff made some really nice individual plays last year but didn't really blow anyone away under center. I was pleasantly surprised he made the 53, and you're right, this is his year to take that spot.

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    Re: Pro Dawgs 2020

    FWIW, there are odds for Drew Lock to win MVP this year. They are long odds but they exist and they don't exist for every QB in the NFL. Apparently there is a lot of hype with that kid. We will see.

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    Re: Pro Dawgs 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by weunice View Post
    FWIW, there are odds for Drew Lock to win MVP this year. They are long odds but they exist and they don't exist for every QB in the NFL. Apparently there is a lot of hype with that kid. We will see.
    I don't know, Lock doesn't sound all that impressive.

    ESPN Fantasy Projection: The Denver defense is in excellent shape behind defensive-minded coach Vic Fangio, so the pressure will be on the second-year Lock to get this team back to the playoffs. The 2019 second-round pick failed to make much noise in five starts as a rookie, averaging a weak 6.5 YPA and managing only one weekly fantasy finish better than 20th. Denver is expected to continue leaning on a run-first offense, though Lock's supporting cast is looking much better after the team added Melvin Gordon, Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler to a group that already included Courtland Sutton, Noah Fant and Phillip Lindsay. Not a huge factor as a rusher, Lock figures to be limited to mid-to-back-end QB2 production, though he's an obvious deep sleeper in his second season.

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    Re: Pro Dawgs 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by weunice View Post
    FWIW, there are odds for Drew Lock to win MVP this year. They are long odds but they exist and they don't exist for every QB in the NFL. Apparently there is a lot of hype with that kid. We will see.
    Elway’s QB decisions so far have been terrible. He’s only had any kind of success with Peyton Manning (duh, anyone would). Driskel has a better chance to get some playing time this season in Denver than he would on many other teams.

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    Re: Pro Dawgs 2020

    Sneed getting some love in Bleacher Reports:


    Most will agree that Clyde Edwards-Helaire was the Kansas City Chiefs' most impressive rookie in Week 1. The 32nd overall pick decimated the Texans run defense, racking up 138 yards on just 25 carries.
    However, a case could be made that fourth-round pick L'Jarius Sneed was just as impressive, and his emergence was far less expected.
    Snead didn't just get the start in his first NFL game; he shined. He totaled three tackles, two passes defended and one interception while playing 93 percent of the defensive snaps. He allowed just two completions for 19 yards despite being targeted seven times.
    And Snead showed he can be dangerous if he gets his hands on the football. He took his interception back 39 yards, helping set up a touchdown that made the score 31-7 and essentially sealed the game.


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    Re: Pro Dawgs 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Italian View Post
    Sneed getting some love in Bleacher Reports:


    Most will agree that Clyde Edwards-Helaire was the Kansas City Chiefs' most impressive rookie in Week 1. The 32nd overall pick decimated the Texans run defense, racking up 138 yards on just 25 carries.
    However, a case could be made that fourth-round pick L'Jarius Sneed was just as impressive, and his emergence was far less expected.
    Snead didn't just get the start in his first NFL game; he shined. He totaled three tackles, two passes defended and one interception while playing 93 percent of the defensive snaps. He allowed just two completions for 19 yards despite being targeted seven times.
    And Snead showed he can be dangerous if he gets his hands on the football. He took his interception back 39 yards, helping set up a touchdown that made the score 31-7 and essentially sealed the game.


    Nice. Great to see good things about former players. Wish BR would have taken the effort to find out how to spell his name. Itís the little things.

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    Re: Pro Dawgs 2020

    Should also mention that X had a solid game, nothing too flashy. IMO that is a good indication of staying power - X is a starter now and fully part of the defense. He's progressed beyond "hey look at this rookie."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Dawg View Post
    Should also mention that X had a solid game, nothing too flashy. IMO that is a good indication of staying power - X is a starter now and fully part of the defense. He's progressed beyond "hey look at this rookie."
    And he is an UFA after this year. A solid season with no injuries and a fat paycheck awaits. Not that the $4.3 million+ he made from his 4 year rookie contract is peanuts.

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    Re: Pro Dawgs 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by LEEDAWG View Post
    Nice. Great to see good things about former players. Wish BR would have taken the effort to find out how to spell his name. It’s the little things.
    His agent filed a lawsuit in federal court this morning to get damages for the mistake. This will be the most expensive typo in sports history. Requesting damages in the 8 figure range.

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