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Mcintosh92 08.02.2016 06:57 PM

Eagles off season moves.
 
Now the superbowl is over and the season has come to an end its time to look forward to next year and discuss contract extensions, team cuts and draft predictions/needs.

to start Riley cooper has been cut by the team today. seen this coming a mile of he's just not been productive enough. Should save roughly 14 million in cap space!

stevie4747 08.02.2016 08:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Mcintosh92 (Post 2259295)
Now the superbowl is over and the season has come to an end its time to look forward to next year and discuss contract extensions, team cuts and draft predictions/needs.

to start Riley cooper has been cut by the team today. seen this coming a mile of he's just not been productive enough. Should save roughly 14 million in cap space!

Not a minute too soon. I wasnt a hater, just thought he wasnt that good.

seanmcavoy17 09.02.2016 02:43 PM

Thank God he is gone. Chip got way too excited with that deal after one productive season!

WR is definitely a weak spot in the team at the moment though, in terms of depth.

Next bit of business should be to wrap up Cox for the long term

Mcintosh92 09.02.2016 04:45 PM

yeah cox is a must.

hopefully we could pick up a veteran receiver in free agency but there isn't a lot on offer.

this Bradford situation worries me, pay him whatever he wants if the only other plan they have is to bring foles back :p

RockyBalboa 10.02.2016 02:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Mcintosh92 (Post 2259497)
yeah cox is a must.

hopefully we could pick up a veteran receiver in free agency but there isn't a lot on offer.

this Bradford situation worries me, pay him whatever he wants if the only other plan they have is to bring foles back :p

If you look at the QB's that made it to the post season, it looks as if we have no chance with either Foles or Bradford of having any significant success.

At least Foles will be low cost.

In Bradfords best period, the period where he earned a new contract apparently:

Bradford's 68.2 completion percentage was 9th best, but he attempted the 11th most passes, for the 13th most yards, giving him a below average 19th in yards per attempt. His 10 TDs in seven games limited his passer rating to 97.0, which on the surface looks fine but in reality was worse than 20 other QB's best seven game stretch. Compared to his peers over a similar sample, Bradford was mediocre at best.

http://www.bleedinggreennation.com/2...nfl-chip-kelly

We're between a rock and a hard place!.

Mcintosh92 10.02.2016 03:31 PM

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Originally Posted by RockyBalboa (Post 2259678)
If you look at the QB's that made it to the post season, it looks as if we have no chance with either Foles or Bradford of having any significant success.

At least Foles will be low cost.

In Bradfords best period, the period where he earned a new contract apparently:

Bradford's 68.2 completion percentage was 9th best, but he attempted the 11th most passes, for the 13th most yards, giving him a below average 19th in yards per attempt. His 10 TDs in seven games limited his passer rating to 97.0, which on the surface looks fine but in reality was worse than 20 other QB's best seven game stretch. Compared to his peers over a similar sample, Bradford was mediocre at best.

http://www.bleedinggreennation.com/2...nfl-chip-kelly

We're between a rock and a hard place!.

my opinion we draft a QB at 13 (Paxton lynch) I know he looks nothing spectacular but id rather take the chance moulding a new QB than just knowing we will always fail with the other two :p

RockyBalboa 15.02.2016 10:44 AM

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Originally Posted by Mcintosh92 (Post 2259701)
my opinion we draft a QB at 13 (Paxton lynch) I know he looks nothing spectacular but id rather take the chance moulding a new QB than just knowing we will always fail with the other two :p

I haven't got a clue if he's any good, but confidence is usually a positive thing.

I think he may have a bit of that!

https://cdn3.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/y7S...-9098866.0.jpg

Mcintosh92 15.02.2016 07:25 PM

ive watched a games of his when looking at draft prospects. mobile for his size and seems to have a good strong arm.

only issue is Pederson is likely to run a quick short passing game. pretty different from Memphis can he adapted? :D

Mcintosh92 16.02.2016 09:15 AM

with the likely hood of the 12 million extra cap room for all teams this year, do we pay Bradford the 20 and keep him?

seanmcavoy17 23.02.2016 03:19 PM

I'd let Bradford test the market. I don't think he is a long term solution given his knees.

Another good extension locked up now in Jenkins. They are saying Cox is next. Hopefully get it sorted quick. He should dominate in a 4-3


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