2022 Eagles Offseason Discussion

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headclown
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Vegas Eagle Fan wrote: Mon Jan 17, 2022 7:51 pm I would think about trading Sanders. He only has a year left on his contract. I like Sanders but he seems to get injured a lot.
I dont see you getting much value for him, so I would rather just keep him. I would like to keep Boston Scott and draft and Jordan Howard type in the later rounds. Gainwell needs to be used more for sure, especially in the pass game. I think Gainwell should be used kind of like Patterson or Deebo are used...7-9 rushes per game and 5 catches per. But all that being said, Sander is still your 12-16 carries a game guy.
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Re: 2022 Eagles Offseason Discussion

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https://www.nfldraftbuzz.com/

A really nice draft tool...great info on all the players
philly_curse
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Re: 2022 Eagles Offseason Discussion

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Is there anyway they can get a return for dillard? The guy isnt seeing the field outside of extra points.

Draftwise, I like the center Lindblaum, and spend the rest on D.
Captain Obvious
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philly_curse wrote: Tue Jan 18, 2022 2:42 pm Is there anyway they can get a return for dillard? The guy isnt seeing the field outside of extra points.

Draftwise, I like the center Lindblaum, and spend the rest on D.
If Seaumalo is healthy, they just may move Dickerson to C, or vice versa...
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Re: 2022 Eagles Offseason Discussion

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If Linderbaum makes it to 15, then he will likely be the best player available which creates an interesting situation for Howie -- probably should swallow hard and select him despite several viable options for replacing Kelce. And who knows, Kelce may play another year.

Fooling around with these draft tool machines suggests to me that they will trade down with at least one of their first 2 picks.
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Re: 2022 Eagles Offseason Discussion

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Linderbaum will be gone by then. His stock is rising like crazy and the Kelce comps help his rise. I see the Giants going OL with both their picks and Linderbaum will be one of them.
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Re: 2022 Eagles Offseason Discussion

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If Philly would have maintained a draft pick within the first 10 picks, I think they would have targeted a QB. If available, I would still like to see them move up and take one, as I don't think Hurts is a long term solution.
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Re: 2022 Eagles Offseason Discussion

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Vegas Eagle Fan wrote: Tue Jan 18, 2022 4:43 pm If Philly would have maintained a draft pick within the first 10 picks, I think they would have targeted a QB. If available, I would still like to see them move up and take one, as I don't think Hurts is a long term solution.
Disagree on Hurts. But if you follow your line of thinking, then this team needs so much more than it could possibly do in 1 or 2 drafts, so you may as well blow the whole thing up. If they have to spend extraordinary draft capital on a QB, there goes the hope of bolstering the defense. .... Personally, I want to see what this team looks like with another year of Hurts, another WR and a rebuilt defense.
philly_curse
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Re: 2022 Eagles Offseason Discussion

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Calvin Ridley anyone? Would a second roundner get it done?
https://bleacherreport.com/articles/100 ... falcons-wr
Captain Obvious
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Re: 2022 Eagles Offseason Discussion

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Christopher wrote: Tue Jan 18, 2022 5:55 pm
Vegas Eagle Fan wrote: Tue Jan 18, 2022 4:43 pm If Philly would have maintained a draft pick within the first 10 picks, I think they would have targeted a QB. If available, I would still like to see them move up and take one, as I don't think Hurts is a long term solution.
Disagree on Hurts. But if you follow your line of thinking, then this team needs so much more than it could possibly do in 1 or 2 drafts, so you may as well blow the whole thing up. If they have to spend extraordinary draft capital on a QB, there goes the hope of bolstering the defense. .... Personally, I want to see what this team looks like with another year of Hurts, another WR and a rebuilt defense.
Agreed. Not to mention none of these QB's in this draft are knock out studs. Maybe the dude from Pitt, but thats it.
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