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Old 12-19-2013, 04:57 AM   #101
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1-3. VanderLey cools off a bit, but it still looking very solid overall (97.5 rtg, 8.24ypa). The running game picks it up, but the pass defense has gone to hell in a handbasket with our best defender out.
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Old 12-19-2013, 05:02 AM   #102
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The schedule was kind to us during this phase: we played three teams with losing records; we won three games to even things up at 6-6. And the great news is that the entire division is down this year, so 6-6 gives us a 1-game lead heading into the final fourth of the season. VanderLey is still doing ok, though he has cooled off considerably. It's look like he'll set a team record or two for passing, though.
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Old 12-19-2013, 05:10 AM   #103
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We didn't exactly light it up, but going 2-1 at the beginning of this stretch clinched the division, so I was able to deactivate some key starters for Week 17, an ugly loss. We finish 8-8, but that's good enough for a division title in the league's worst division.
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Old 12-19-2013, 05:15 AM   #104
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Not shockingly, we lose in the WC round at home against 11-5 New England. Our numbers for the season:

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Front Office Football: The Seventh Edition 2020 Summary for Oakland Raiders Year 2020 Record 8-9 Winning Pct. .470 All-Time 66-62 Winning Pct. .515 Playoffs 1-4 Playoff Visits 4 Bowl Wins 0 Head Coach Bill Callahan Record 65-52 Winning Pct. .555 Off. Coord. J. Brewer Def. Coord. G. Warren Asst. Coach J. Dunbar Stren. Coord. B. Roll Oakland Raiders Team Rank Rushes per Game 28.8 9 (T) Rushing Yards 121.7 9 Yards Per Carry 4.23 15 Pass Attempts 34.8 21 Completions 20.6 21 Completion Pct. 59.1 17 Passing Yards 272.6 6 Yards Per Attempt 7.83 2 Yards Per Catch 13.26 1 Total Yardage Gained 383.8 3 3rd Down Conversions 32.6 21 Points Per Game 22.5 9 Pass Rush Pct. 23.2 2 Pass Defense Pct. 47.5 21 Turnovers 33 29 (T) Turnover Margin -7 26 Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 28.1 24 Rushing Yards 110.9 18 Yards Per Carry 3.94 11 Pass Attempts 35.1 9 Completions 20.9 13 Completion Pct. 59.7 18 (T) Passing Yards 263.8 30 Yards Per Attempt 7.52 32 Yards Per Catch 12.60 32 Total Yardage Gained 356.9 29 3rd Down Conversions 33.2 18 Points Per Game 21.9 24 Pass Rush Pct. 19.7 13 (T) Pass Defense Pct. 53.7 19 Turnovers 26 12 (T) Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 27 at DEN 24 2 17 NOS 20 3 34 at CLE 8 4 13 NED 27 5 3 at KCY 31 6 24 BUF 30 7 27 at NJY 40 9 19 at MIA 16 10 27 at SDO 12 11 23 DEN 7 12 27 at ATL 31 13 37 IND 17 14 26 at CAR 21 15 10 SDO 31 16 23 TBY 10 17 23 KCY 26 $$WC 17 NED 20 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 13 S. VanderLey QB 556 328 4355 7.83 20 17 83.1 **Team --- 557 329 4362 7.83 20 17 83.2 $$Opp --- 561 335 4221 7.52 29 12 91.5 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum 33 L. Stugg RB 257 1099 4.28 5 1 20 B. Jones RB 95 317 3.34 1 1 32 T. Fite RB 63 345 5.48 2 3 13 S. VanderLey QB 39 175 4.49 2 8 **Team --- 460 1947 4.23 10 25 $$Opp --- 450 1774 3.94 9 23 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 81 D. Finley WR 173 98 1399 14.28 8.09 14 6 84 C. Garrett WR 137 81 1186 14.64 8.66 10 9 83 B. Barrett WR 70 36 466 12.94 6.66 9 1 33 L. Stugg RB 43 29 324 11.17 7.53 4 2 46 R. Dillon FB 31 25 259 10.36 8.35 1 1 85 W. May TE 32 20 247 12.35 7.72 0 1 82 O. Coltharp TE 28 17 128 7.53 4.57 1 0 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 56 M. Burris ILB 118 45 3.0 1 2 9 78.6 49 F. Clark S 95 28 1.0 0 4 11 82.3 55 N. Hudson OLB 82 17 9.0 7 0 4 72.0 51 J. Brooks ILB 71 23 0.0 0 1 3 76.2 38 H. Snyder CB 60 19 1.0 0 1 10 77.5 31 J. Hughes CB 59 16 0.0 0 0 3 70.3 47 N. Hitchcock S 53 11 0.0 0 2 6 80.2 57 P. Farrell OLB 46 16 9.5 21 0 0 78.8 48 N. Clemons CB 26 12 0.0 0 1 2 80.5 30 S. Peterson S 25 10 0.0 0 0 4 77.9 74 N. Haase DT 19 7 3.5 4 0 0 80.2 93 I. Cassidy DE 18 8 1.0 13 0 0 81.2 98 L. Sheldon DT 18 12 2.5 9 0 0 82.5 70 A. Lane DT 17 13 0.0 3 0 1 82.0 92 C. Jones DE 16 6 5.0 6 0 0 82.5 99 J. Springer OLB 16 2 1.5 2 1 0 82.4

VanderLey sets team records for completions, attempts, passing yards, and 300-yard games (5). And the 394.3 ypg is also a team record. QB controversy looming???
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Old 12-20-2013, 04:31 AM   #105
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Bill Callahan gets the axe as Head Coach in favor of....a former Raider! Tony Pashos served as the Assistant Coach for Chicago from 2016-2020 and now appears ready to take on his first Head Coaching gig.




Two cap casualties in FA1:1--C Stefen Wisniewski (49/49, yr 11) and K Dustin Hopkins are released.

QB James has the "Watch Closely" tag on him. He is in the final year of his contract. I can really use some cap space. My choices are:
  • A: Extend his contract with a high-bonus, low-first-year offer, saving me over $6M this year--enough to perhaps fill a hole or two in FA. The risk here is that if he can't perform like his old self, we'll take a huge cap hit.
  • B: Trade him and go with Santiago VanderLey, who may be "good enough." The main issue I have with that move is that VanderLey is also in the final year of his deal, and because he started last season, he wants a fairlybig contract. Extending VanderLey and trading James would give a net cap savings of around $8.5M this year and a bit less than that in future seasons.
  • C: There are four veteran QBs in free agency rated in the 41-48 range, all wanting modest money (around $3M this year). I could cut bait on both expensive QB options and go "game manager" all the way.
In the end, I decide that I don't like the idea of having to pay VanderLey that much when last season could have been just good dice rolls. I decide against Option C because I don't think I have enough defensive talent to make a "game manager" work, and it doesn't appear that there will be enough in FA to build it quickly. So with some trepidation, I extend Erick James's contract at the beginning of FA1 so I can pursue some guys.
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Old 12-20-2013, 05:28 AM   #106
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My positions of need for starters are C, DE (could really use two), and TE. I also need a punter and a kicker. Assessing each...

CENTER
27/27 Skip Ferguson is my only player under contract. The options in free agency are a bit limited as well. There are several guys in the upper 40s/lower 50s, but they would cost around 2/3 of the ~$8M I have to spend in FA. I decide to pursue a mediocre 44/44 guy here for a cheap deal.

DEFENSIVE END
I'm noticing what may be some increased effectiveness of "power rush" guys with high PRS. They don't get a lot of sacks, but they seem to get more hurries. There's an inexpensive guy who is 46/46 overall with 55 run defense and 64 PRS available. He is one target. For the other end, I pursue a more "traditional" PRT option.

TIGHT END
There is a monster-stud looking TE in the draft class. We wants him. I'll have to trade up to get him, so I extend my cheap RFA 40/40 TE (Wyatt May) just in case.

A couple of cheap decent-looking options are available in FA for P and K, so they get offers as well. Here are the signees:

RDE Winston Krenzel (44/44, yr 5)--52 Run Defense and 62 Pass Rush Strength.
P Tim Masthay (55/55, yr 12)--Pretty decent all around, and only $1.4M.
C Heath Gilmore (43/43, yr 5)--Another cheap signing ($1.2M), but looks like a decent upgrade.
LDE Corey Howe (40/40, yr 8)--He was my fifth round pick in 2014. Never started as a Raider, but bounced around the league and earned a couple of starting jobs. He had 7.5 sacks and 14 hurries for TBY last year. most expensive signee of the group at $2.7M this year.
K John Potter (54/54, yr 9)--A solid all around kicker who came to us for $1.4M.

This group isn't anything to write home about, but all appear to be decent upgrades from what I had. If I can trade up for that TE, I think this offseason can be deemed a successful one.
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Old 12-20-2013, 07:00 AM   #107
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Looking at the Amateur Draft History screen, the earliest a TE has gone so far is #14. This guy looks worthy of going higher than that, so I target #10 for a trade up. (I have the #21 pick.)

Grrrrr....and The Niners take him at #8. Here's who I missed:


When 1(21) rolls around, there's not much at my positions of need. However, there is a good-looking fullback. With it appearing that BPR isn't so crucial, I decide to draft him and convert to TE. Here's the whole draft:

1(21): FB-->TE Micah Shaw (26/62-->24/57)--Very curious to see how this turns out.
2(21): RB Elijah Daniels (27/37)--I never would have drafted a backup RB in the 2nd round in FOF7, but it sure seems that you need actual talent here now, especially when your RB1 is only a 260ish carry guy. Daniels ran a 4.44 (red) and also has 3 blues. Seems like a steal this late.
3(21): C Brantley Stevenson (21/39)--Two reds and a blue. Could be a decent pickup here.
4(21): SILB Myles Cook (13/44)--4 blues, 1 green. Starting SILB is in year 10.
5(21): RDE Dana Giles (10/18)--Some semi-promising combines. Dismal bars.
6(21): LG Curtis Allen (21/33)--Mammoth dude with a big bench press.
7(21): SS/PR Harold Swift (10/19)--Drafted for his punt return potential.
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Old 12-20-2013, 08:28 AM   #108
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Thinking Shaw will turn into a viable option for you at TE
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I like everything about Shaw at TE except for his height, it will be interesting to see how it pans out.
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Old 12-20-2013, 07:33 PM   #110
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Heh. Glad y'all have more faith in Shaw panning out than I do.

WILB Jason Brooks holds out. I can't afford his modest contract request, and don't really care to pay a WILB significantly.

I have enough cap room to sign mentors for my first and second round picks. Apart from that, I fill out the roster with minsal rookies.

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  • TE Shaw is 24/57-->25/50
No other significant Preseason/TC Changes.


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Front Office Football: The Seventh Edition Oakland Raiders Roster, Scout Overview Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct James, Erick 4 QB QB 8 64 64 5 yrs Stugg, Leroy 33 RB RB 5 65 65 4 yrs Dillon, Roman 46 FB FB 6 55 55 3 yrs May, Wyatt 85 TE TE 3 40 40 3 yrs Finley, Donny 81 FL FL 3 77 77 2 yrs Garrett, Caleb 84 SE SE 8 55 55 2 yrs Watson, Menelik 71 RT LT 9 50 50 3 yrs Munn, Tanner 63 RG LG 6 88 88 3 yrs Gilmore, Heath 54 C C 5 41 41 3 yrs Hudson, Frankie 73 LG RG 2 49 73 3 yrs Sevcik, Tyrell 65 LT RT 3 41 51 2 yrs Krenzel, Winston 96 RDE LDE 5 43 43 2 yrs Lane, Antonio 70 NT NT 2 29 38 3 yrs Howe, Corey 77 LDE RDE 8 35 35 3 yrs Hudson, Nate 55 SLB SLB 8 74 74 2 yrs Burris, Miles 56 SILB SILB 10 58 58 2 yrs Brooks, Jason 51 WILB WILB 4 44 44 1 yr. Farrell, Peyton 57 WLB WLB 6 58 58 2 yrs Hughes, John 31 LCB LCB 5 44 44 1 yr. Snyder, Harry 38 RCB RCB 7 50 50 2 yrs Clark, Fernando 49 FS SS 5 57 57 2 yrs Hitchcock, Nicky 47 SS FS 6 48 48 3 yrs VanderLey, Santiago 13 QB 4 31 31 1 yr. McGettigan, Arnie 12 QB 1 20 35 2 yrs Daniels, Elijah 37 RB 1 28 33 4 yrs Clements, Archie 29 RB 1 30 35 2 yrs Bradford, Isaac 25 FB 1 24 36 1 yr. Gelbart, Allen 80 TE 8 27 27 2 yrs Coltharp, Otis 82 TE 2 29 33 3 yrs Shaw, Micah 39 TE 1 26 50 4 yrs Barrett, Butch 83 FL 5 46 46 2 yrs Kirk, Brian 88 FL 2 18 26 3 yrs Cintron, Daryl 7 SE 1 22 35 2 yrs Ferguson, Skip 59 C 5 28 28 2 yrs Banks, Zach 68 LT 1 23 34 1 yr. Pierce, Marc 67 LT 1 22 31 1 yr. Masthay, Tim 1 P 12 52 52 3 yrs Potter, John 10 K 9 54 54 3 yrs Cassidy, Ike 93 LDE 3 29 29 2 yrs Haase, Nathaniel 74 NT 4 29 35 1 yr. Cook, Myles 90 SILB 1 18 40 4 yrs Barton, Russell 53 WILB 1 19 28 1 yr. Caldwell, Robert 21 LCB 1 25 31 1 yr. Sughroue, Dan 42 LCB 1 26 30 2 yrs Peterson, Sedrick 30 FS 3 45 45 2 yrs Evans, Warren 58 LS 2 21 21 2 yrs ##Lacy, Eddie 22 RB 9 14 14 2 yrs ##Sowers, Maurice 87 SE 2 27 36 3 yrs ##Stevenson, Brantley 52 C 1 23 34 4 yrs ##Allen, Curtis 75 LG 1 23 35 4 yrs ##Sheldon, Leroy 98 NT 3 34 35 2 yrs ##Rusieczky, Julio 94 WLB 4 36 36 1 yr. ##Hayden, D.J. 40 LCB 9 67 67 1 yr. $$ - player is suspended, ## - player is inactive, ** = player is injured, %% - player is on IR. Players Under Contract: 53 Inactive: 7 On Active Roster: 46 Salary Cap: $153,800,000 Cap Room: $160,000 Maximum for New Player: $670,000 Cap Room Lost (to old contracts): $10,580,000 Cap Room Lost Next Year (to old contracts): $1,560,000 Cap Room Required Next Year: $169,950,000
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Old 12-21-2013, 04:28 AM   #111
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Tough start at 1-3. James, with an 80.8 passer rating, is not justifying his big contract early in the season.
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Old 12-21-2013, 04:47 AM   #112
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A 2-1-1 stretch gets us to 3-4-1, trailing 4-3 Denver for the division lead. The offense is starting to click now: #6 in passing, #1 in rushing. James's passer rating is up to 86.4. The defense is #27 in yards allowed, #28 in ppg.
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Old 12-21-2013, 04:54 AM   #113
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2-2, 5-6-1 for the year. The defense appears to be improving with the return of D.J. Hayden during this quarter of the year, but the offense will be without WR Garrett for most of the stretch run due to a minor injury.
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Old 12-21-2013, 05:00 AM   #114
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We played very well down the stretch, but a 35-34 loss at Philly doomed us. We close out the year 3-1 to finish 8-7-1. I tend to think part of our struggles this year were just bad dice rolls: we had four losses by a FG or less, and a tie. We were #1 in offense and ended up #21 in yards allowed and #16 in ppg allowed, so not terrible on defense, either. We outscored opponents 449-339. It's a setback, but I think we can recover.

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Front Office Football: The Seventh Edition 2021 Summary for Oakland Raiders Year 2021 Record 8-7-1 Winning Pct. .531 All-Time 74-69-1 Winning Pct. .517 Playoffs 1-4 Playoff Visits 4 Bowl Wins 0 Head Coach Tony Pashos Record 8-7-1 Winning Pct. .531 Off. Coord. J. Brewer Def. Coord. G. Warren Asst. Coach J. Dunbar Stren. Coord. E. Sanders Oakland Raiders Team Rank Rushes per Game 31.7 2 Rushing Yards 148.3 2 Yards Per Carry 4.68 4 Pass Attempts 34.1 26 Completions 20.1 26 (T) Completion Pct. 59.1 20 Passing Yards 242.9 14 Yards Per Attempt 7.13 6 Yards Per Catch 12.07 1 Total Yardage Gained 383.4 1 3rd Down Conversions 38.0 6 Points Per Game 28.1 1 Pass Rush Pct. 20.3 14 Pass Defense Pct. 54.6 11 Turnovers 15 1 (T) Turnover Margin +16 1 Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 26.0 16 (T) Rushing Yards 118.2 25 Yards Per Carry 4.55 29 Pass Attempts 36.7 18 Completions 22.1 15 (T) Completion Pct. 60.3 18 Passing Yards 240.9 18 Yards Per Attempt 6.57 19 Yards Per Catch 10.89 19 Total Yardage Gained 345.9 21 3rd Down Conversions 37.6 29 (T) Points Per Game 21.2 16 (T) Pass Rush Pct. 19.8 16 Pass Defense Pct. 55.0 21 Turnovers 31 4 (T) Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 47 at SDO 43 2 18 at WAS 35 3 14 at NJY 24 4 25 at CIN 33 5 34 BAL 9 6 17 at CLE 17 7 37 at KCY 17 8 22 PIT 24 9 21 SDO 22 11 41 at DEN 7 12 20 DAL 23 13 38 TEN 20 14 34 at PHI 35 15 17 KCY 10 16 34 NYK 13 17 30 DEN 7 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 4 E. James QB 545 322 3887 7.13 26 6 92.3 **Team --- 545 322 3887 7.13 26 6 92.3 $$Opp --- 587 354 3854 6.57 20 19 77.5 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum 33 L. Stugg RB 285 1332 4.67 11 1 37 E. Daniels RB 132 550 4.17 2 1 4 E. James QB 64 403 6.30 3 7 **Team --- 507 2373 4.68 16 18 $$Opp --- 416 1891 4.55 15 23 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 81 D. Finley WR 155 88 1308 14.86 8.44 6 8 83 B. Barrett WR 88 54 651 12.06 7.40 3 2 84 C. Garrett WR 85 40 584 14.60 6.87 5 6 33 L. Stugg RB 46 34 285 8.38 6.20 2 1 7 D. Cintron WR 37 23 258 11.22 6.97 4 1 85 W. May TE 38 22 214 9.73 5.63 2 3 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 56 M. Burris ILB 122 31 1.0 0 1 9 72.7 49 F. Clark S 100 31 1.0 0 3 6 78.2 55 N. Hudson OLB 86 25 7.0 11 0 11 77.3 38 H. Snyder CB 59 15 1.0 0 4 10 80.5 57 P. Farrell OLB 51 13 10.5 19 0 1 79.3 30 S. Peterson S 41 14 0.0 2 3 5 79.2 31 J. Hughes CB 40 12 0.0 0 3 4 81.2 51 J. Brooks ILB 34 19 0.0 0 0 1 73.7 40 D. Hayden CB 30 7 0.0 0 3 12 85.5 77 C. Howe DE 30 10 4.0 6 0 0 80.0 47 N. Hitchcock S 26 6 0.0 0 0 0 80.1 70 A. Lane DT 23 10 2.5 6 0 0 81.7 21 R. Caldwell CB 23 10 0.0 0 1 4 80.1 96 W. Krenzel DE 21 9 4.0 9 0 0 81.1 93 I. Cassidy DE 18 8 4.0 5 0 0 81.4 90 M. Cook ILB 18 6 0.0 0 1 1 78.5 42 D. Sughroue CB 17 9 0.0 0 0 1 75.8
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Old 12-21-2013, 07:23 PM   #115
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Only one retirement: minsal mentor RB Eddie Lacy hangs 'em up. He didn't play a single snap in the regular season for us, so I'm not exactly weeping.

LCB D.J. Hayden, now in year 10, gets the franchise tag.

One starter gets cut: SS Nicky Hitchcock. Former undrafted rookie Sedrick Peterson has earned a starting job and is quite a bit cheaper than Hitchcock. Releasing him saves me $7M this year.

Last offseason, we signed two stopgaps at DE. Neither performed particular well. I cut both of them in favor of a couple of other DE signings:

LDE Bo Castillo (49/49, yr 4)--63PRT, 37 PRS. He had a decent year for JAX last season, his first as a starter.
RDE Reggie Jordan (54/54, yr 6)--74 Run Defense, 78 PRT, 33 PRS. He was hurt most of last year, and therefore came fairly cheaply. Had 6 sacks and a 5.1 PRPct in 2020 as a starter for the Lions.

We have the #17 pick in the draft. This time there is a MONSTER stud TE in the draft class: all red combines, and all bars but BPR in the 90ish-100ish range. Last year's stud went #8. I'd think this guy could go #5, so that's where I target my trade-up.
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Old 12-21-2013, 07:58 PM   #116
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Two questions:

1. Which of your stock game plans is closest to what you're running here? Have you tried different ones?

2. How much attention are you paying to chemistry? How much harder is it to pull your standard chemistry tricks?
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Please include your trade offer (if it works) to snag the number five pick. Very enjoyable read so far!
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Old 12-21-2013, 08:49 PM   #118
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We are successful in trading up. We deal our 1st-3rd this year and our 2nd next year to KC for the 1(5) pick to draft the TE we covet.

1(5): TE J.R. Clancy (65/86)--Seems like a can't-miss stud.
4(17): RG Caiden Smith (19/36)--Red strength, blue agility, black in other categories
5(17): FS Alan Gabreleski (17/45)--3 blues, nice bars
6(17): C Ferdinand Zimmerman (11/45)--4 blues, 1 green
7(17): LT Harvey Fulton (22/33)--Red in Sol and STr, blue agi, green dash
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Old 12-21-2013, 08:53 PM   #119
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Two questions:

1. Which of your stock game plans is closest to what you're running here? Have you tried different ones?

2. How much attention are you paying to chemistry? How much harder is it to pull your standard chemistry tricks?
1. Sort of PAV with shorter long passes (35-35-15-10-5) most of the time.
2. I should have mentioned that I have chemistry turned off. I always turn it off in SP. It gives the human an advantage that the AI isn't set up to do. (I have the AI manage my depth charts for a similar reason: if I manage them myself, I can dominate on ST in a way the AI isn't set up to do.
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Old 12-22-2013, 03:41 AM   #120
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  • TE Clancy emerges from the preseason rated 70/80
  • RCB Harry Snyder appears to be showing signs of age. He's down to 43/43
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We open up a very strong 3-1 with an average score of 33.0-17.5. Denver leads the division at 4-0. No key injuries.
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4-0, still looking strong. We're tied with Denver at 7-1 for the best record in the league. We suffer a key injury in Week 8: RCB Harry Snyder suffers a torn lateral knee ligament and will miss the rest of the season.
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Another 4-0 stretch. The defense is dominating and the offense is doing quite well. The big win during this segment is a 26-0 spanking of Denver in our stadium, giving us a leg up in the race for the division title and #1 seed.
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We finish 4-0 to close out the year, but at great cost: QB James breaks his fibula in the #1-seed-clinching game and is going to miss the postseason. We turn to an old friend: Denver had signed Santiago VanderLey, but released him in Week 10. He comes back to Oakland and will lead us in the playoffs.
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We succumb to JAX 27-17 at home. The offense disappeared at halftime after building a 17-7 lead.

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Front Office Football: The Seventh Edition 2022 Summary for Oakland Raiders Year 2022 Record 15-2 Winning Pct. .882 All-Time 89-70-1 Winning Pct. .559 Playoffs 1-5 Playoff Visits 5 Bowl Wins 0 Head Coach Tony Pashos Record 23-9-1 Winning Pct. .712 Off. Coord. J. Fassel Def. Coord. G. Warren Asst. Coach J. Dunbar Stren. Coord. E. Sanders Oakland Raiders Team Rank Rushes per Game 33.9 1 Rushing Yards 129.4 4 Yards Per Carry 3.82 23 Pass Attempts 32.2 30 Completions 22.4 20 Completion Pct. 69.5 1 Passing Yards 238.6 18 Yards Per Attempt 7.41 6 Yards Per Catch 10.66 18 Total Yardage Gained 358.2 8 3rd Down Conversions 45.9 1 Points Per Game 27.2 1 Pass Rush Pct. 22.3 6 Pass Defense Pct. 62.2 3 Turnovers 15 1 Turnover Margin +14 2 Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 22.2 3 Rushing Yards 122.6 30 Yards Per Carry 5.53 32 Pass Attempts 35.1 6 Completions 19.1 1 Completion Pct. 54.5 1 Passing Yards 193.4 1 Yards Per Attempt 5.52 1 Yards Per Catch 10.11 4 Total Yardage Gained 300.2 3 3rd Down Conversions 30.6 6 Points Per Game 14.9 1 Pass Rush Pct. 16.9 3 Pass Defense Pct. 29.2 1 Turnovers 29 6 (T) Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 41 KCY 10 2 33 SFO 7 3 20 at BUF 26 4 38 at JAX 27 5 20 at HOU 0 6 19 at SDO 13 8 29 IND 21 9 34 at KCY 9 10 20 TEN 13 11 26 DEN 0 12 23 at SEA 20 13 45 PIT 22 14 24 at ARI 21 15 23 at DEN 20 16 20 STL 19 17 20 SDO 10 $$CS 17 JAX 27 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 4 E. James QB 471 331 3574 7.59 17 8 97.2 18 S. VanderLey QB 35 21 207 5.91 1 0 86.2 **Team --- 515 358 3818 7.41 18 8 96.0 $$Opp --- 561 306 3094 5.52 13 14 67.8 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum 33 L. Stugg RB 219 1057 4.83 9 3 37 E. Daniels RB 218 620 2.84 8 5 4 E. James QB 59 314 5.32 4 2 **Team --- 542 2070 3.82 23 15 $$Opp --- 355 1962 5.53 9 21 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 84 C. Garrett WR 103 66 759 11.50 7.37 6 3 81 D. Finley WR 98 64 732 11.44 7.47 4 6 86 J. Clancy TE 79 60 627 10.45 7.94 2 3 33 L. Stugg RB 55 46 570 12.39 10.36 1 0 83 B. Barrett WR 45 32 337 10.53 7.49 4 0 46 R. Dillon FB 33 25 228 9.12 6.91 2 2 37 E. Daniels RB 23 19 137 7.21 5.96 0 0 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 49 F. Clark S 95 24 2.0 1 5 9 80.0 56 M. Burris ILB 92 26 1.0 2 0 5 76.2 30 S. Peterson S 55 14 0.0 0 6 12 83.7 55 N. Hudson OLB 53 20 6.0 12 1 8 81.1 40 D. Hayden CB 50 18 1.0 2 0 19 82.7 42 D. Sughroue CB 44 13 0.0 2 0 6 77.1 23 A. Gabreleski S 37 11 1.0 0 0 2 75.4 57 P. Farrell OLB 33 5 6.0 10 0 2 79.4 70 A. Lane DT 27 6 3.0 10 0 0 81.7 93 I. Cassidy DE 25 5 7.0 6 0 0 81.4 77 R. Jordan DE 23 11 5.0 7 0 0 81.2 95 B. Castillo DE 23 5 4.0 8 0 0 82.2 38 H. Snyder CB 21 4 1.0 0 1 4 78.2 44 J. Ulbricht CB 19 10 0.0 0 1 2 80.3 91 E. Cockerham ILB 18 4 0.0 0 0 0 72.9

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Ouch! That's a rough loss ...
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First post in thread updated with the house rules that I'm using in Free Agency and the draft.
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Just out of curiosity, why the house rules?
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to make it harder ...
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Yeah, but what deficiency in the game is being compensated for?
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Old 12-27-2013, 03:12 PM   #131
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Nothing major on the staff or retirements front.
SLB Hudson gets the franchise tag.
One starter is cut: RCB Harry Snyder. After 8 seasons with us, ratings are down to 42/42 and he only played half a season and was unimpressive as a pass defender. Was set to make just too much this year.

I head to free agency looking for help mainly at C, NT, and RCB.
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I end up not having enough cap room to go high enough on the NT I wanted, so he signed elsewhere. RCB Landon Rhodes (42/42, yr 5,) a solid-looking cover corner, signs fairly cheaply for 3 years. He's also a mentor, so he'd be a nice fit to slide into the nickel slot if I draft a starting-caliber guy in the next few seasons.
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Old 12-30-2013, 04:59 AM   #133
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I have the 1(28) pick, and by the time it rolls around, there's no one left at C, NT, or CB who seems to be worth a first rounder. However, there is a monster FB left (4 reds, 2 blues, big bars.) I have no idea what sort of value he might bring, but I decide to grab him.

1(28): FB Darren Manusky (46/81)--Seems like he could help out as a run blocker, pass catcher, and ST guy. I'll also crank up the RB running to max.
3(28): C Clifton Tatum (16/47)-1 red and 2 blues, and a position of need.
4(28): P Bart Clayton (28/39)--My current punter is ancient, and this guy looks like he could be a very good one. (2 reds, 3 blues)
5(28): RDE Bryson Monroe (27/47)--DE isn't really a position of need, but seeing a 3-blue guy with decent bars this late made me pull the trigger.
6(28): NT Declan Barrett (29/44)--More of a bars and %developed pick. Looks like he could play soon.
7(28): FS Harry Moorhead (12/32)--Has some KR skills and solid zone. Maybe eventually a decent backup safety.
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2023 TC/Preseason Notes
  • 5th round draft choice RDE Bryson Monroe is 27/47-->35/56
  • Starting LCB D.J. Hayden shows a -11, from 64/64-->53/53
  • 1st round pick FB Manusky is 46/81-->53/77
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Front Office Football: The Seventh Edition Oakland Raiders Roster, Scout Overview Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct James, Erick 4 QB QB 10 65 65 3 yrs Stugg, Leroy 33 RB RB 7 64 64 2 yrs Manusky, Darren 28 FB FB 1 53 77 4 yrs Clancy, J.R. 86 TE TE 2 84 84 3 yrs Finley, Donny 81 FL FL 5 77 77 4 yrs Garrett, Caleb 84 SE SE 10 47 47 2 yrs Sevcik, Tyrell 65 LT LT 5 52 52 3 yrs Munn, Tanner 63 RG LG 8 89 89 4 yrs McWilliams, Jorge 66 C C 6 47 47 2 yrs Hudson, Frankie 73 LG RG 4 69 69 4 yrs Watson, Menelik 71 RT RT 11 50 50 3 yrs Castillo, Bo 95 LDE LDE 5 49 49 2 yrs Lane, Antonio 70 NT NT 4 41 41 1 yr. Jordan, Reggie 77 RDE RDE 7 44 44 2 yrs Hudson, Nate 55 SLB SLB 10 69 69 3 yrs Burris, Miles 56 SILB SILB 12 45 45 3 yrs Cockerham, Earl 91 WILB WILB 5 35 35 1 yr. Farrell, Peyton 57 WLB WLB 8 41 41 3 yrs Hayden, D.J. 40 LCB LCB 11 53 53 2 yrs Hevey, Axel 35 LCB RCB 6 42 42 3 yrs Clark, Fernando 49 SS SS 7 57 57 4 yrs Peterson, Sedrick 30 FS FS 5 43 43 3 yrs VanderLey, Santiago 18 QB 6 32 32 2 yrs Godsey, Louie 3 QB 1 10 28 2 yrs Daniels, Elijah 37 RB 3 32 32 2 yrs Dillon, Roman 46 FB 8 55 55 4 yrs May, Wyatt 85 TE 5 40 40 2 yrs Shaw, Micah 39 TE 3 51 51 2 yrs Barrett, Butch 83 FL 7 44 44 3 yrs Bourne, Kyle 89 FL 1 28 41 2 yrs Sowers, Maurice 87 SE 4 41 41 1 yr. Cintron, Daryl 7 SE 3 34 34 2 yrs Tatum, Clifton 53 C 1 23 50 4 yrs Allen, Curtis 75 LG 3 32 36 2 yrs Fulton, Harvey 72 LT 2 30 38 3 yrs Clayton, Bart 14 P 1 30 41 4 yrs Potter, John 10 K 11 55 55 1 yr. Monroe, Bryson 79 RDE 1 35 56 4 yrs Barrett, Declan 97 NT 1 31 42 4 yrs Cook, Myles 90 SILB 3 33 39 2 yrs Rusieczky, Julio 94 WLB 6 35 35 1 yr. Rhodes, Landen 25 RCB 5 37 37 3 yrs Corcoran, Rufus 24 RCB 1 27 35 2 yrs Talley, Ernest 47 RCB 1 23 33 1 yr. Gabreleski, Alan 23 FS 2 38 39 3 yrs Evans, Warren 58 LS 4 21 21 2 yrs ##Gillespie, Bennett 27 RB 2 22 24 1 yr. ##Ware, Spencer 41 FB 11 19 19 1 yr. ##Gilmore, Heath 54 C 7 43 43 1 yr. ##Masthay, Tim 1 P 14 49 49 1 yr. ##Haase, Nathaniel 74 NT 6 32 32 1 yr. ##Hughes, Keith 20 RCB 2 23 39 3 yrs ##Moorhead, Harry 32 FS 1 14 30 4 yrs $$ - player is suspended, ## - player is inactive, ** = player is injured, %% - player is on IR. Players Under Contract: 53 Inactive: 7 On Active Roster: 46 Salary Cap: $169,400,000 Cap Room: $9,940,000 Maximum for New Player: $10,510,000 Cap Room Lost (to old contracts): $4,060,000 Cap Room Lost Next Year (to old contracts): $1,720,000 Cap Room Required Next Year: $215,970,000


We're showing the #1 roster in the league. With the weapons that I have at TE and FB, I'm going to increase the short passing a bit.
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Old 12-30-2013, 06:27 AM   #135
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We open up the season on fire, 4-0 with an average score of 28.8-8.5. No major injuries.
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Cooled off a little. 3-1. We're still playing very well, though. James has 16 Tds and only 2 picks. Stud RG Tanner Munn pulls a hammy in game 7 and will probably miss the rest of the season.
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Rough stretch here. 1-3. Another major O-line injury: LG Frankie Hudson (69/69) ruptures an elbow tendon and may not be ready until late next season. Both the passing and running games appear to be struggling now. James's passer rating drops to 94.2. He has only 1 Td and 4 picks in this stretch.
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We close out the season 4-0 to finish 12-4, good for the #2 seed in the AFC. The Ravens went 14-2.
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No contest. We outscore the opposition 110-22 in three games and cruise to our first title. James turned in a 118.9 passer rating in the playoffs and won the FO Bowl MVP by going 23 for 35 for 299 yards with 3 TDs and 0 INTs against the Redskins.

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Front Office Football: The Seventh Edition 2023 Summary for Oakland Raiders Year 2023 Record 15-4 Winning Pct. .789 All-Time 101-74-1 Winning Pct. .576 Playoffs 4-5 Playoff Visits 6 Bowl Wins 1 Head Coach Tony Pashos Record 38-13-1 Winning Pct. .740 Off. Coord. J. Fassel Def. Coord. G. Warren Asst. Coach J. Dunbar Stren. Coord. T. Kuehler Oakland Raiders Team Rank Rushes per Game 32.1 4 Rushing Yards 136.4 3 Yards Per Carry 4.25 12 Pass Attempts 33.6 26 Completions 22.2 15 Completion Pct. 66.0 2 Passing Yards 242.5 13 Yards Per Attempt 7.21 4 Yards Per Catch 10.93 14 Total Yardage Gained 373.5 2 3rd Down Conversions 46.1 1 Points Per Game 27.8 1 Pass Rush Pct. 20.6 15 Pass Defense Pct. 60.6 8 Turnovers 14 4 Turnover Margin +11 7 Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 22.0 2 Rushing Yards 93.8 6 Yards Per Carry 4.26 25 Pass Attempts 37.2 21 (T) Completions 21.6 15 (T) Completion Pct. 58.0 9 (T) Passing Yards 228.4 11 (T) Yards Per Attempt 6.14 10 Yards Per Catch 10.59 9 Total Yardage Gained 310.9 7 3rd Down Conversions 31.1 9 Points Per Game 15.1 4 Pass Rush Pct. 16.5 2 Pass Defense Pct. 35.2 1 Turnovers 25 12 (T) Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 40 DEN 13 2 20 at DET 15 3 27 CLE 3 4 28 NED 3 5 34 KCY 6 6 20 at BUF 26 7 40 at NJY 24 9 37 MIA 6 10 19 at SDO 23 11 13 at DEN 19 12 34 MIN 21 13 12 at JAX 15 14 30 GBY 17 15 37 SDO 17 16 31 at CHI 17 17 23 at KCY 16 $$CS 40 NJY 3 $$CF 33 HOU 6 **FB 37 vs WAS 13 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 4 E. James QB 538 355 3880 7.21 26 8 97.0 **Team --- 538 355 3880 7.21 26 8 97.0 $$Opp --- 595 345 3654 6.14 16 18 72.3 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum 33 L. Stugg RB 229 1059 4.62 5 1 37 E. Daniels RB 148 483 3.26 5 1 4 E. James QB 78 462 5.92 5 3 28 D. Manusky FB 41 123 3.00 2 0 **Team --- 514 2182 4.25 18 13 $$Opp --- 352 1501 4.26 4 12 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 81 D. Finley WR 136 83 1069 12.88 7.86 9 5 86 J. Clancy TE 102 65 737 11.34 7.23 3 4 84 C. Garrett WR 100 60 632 10.53 6.32 4 3 33 L. Stugg RB 61 50 494 9.88 8.10 1 5 28 D. Manusky FB 41 30 259 8.63 6.32 2 2 83 B. Barrett WR 30 19 242 12.74 8.07 4 3 37 E. Daniels RB 20 16 153 9.56 7.65 1 0 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 49 F. Clark S 100 31 1.5 1 5 10 80.9 56 M. Burris ILB 96 28 1.5 1 1 4 75.1 35 A. Hevey CB 51 15 2.0 0 4 12 82.5 40 D. Hayden CB 46 21 1.0 0 0 15 79.7 25 L. Rhodes CB 46 13 0.0 1 1 1 76.2 55 N. Hudson OLB 41 16 3.0 2 2 10 84.1 23 A. Gabreleski S 41 8 0.0 0 0 5 78.9 77 R. Jordan DE 38 13 4.5 24 0 0 81.1 30 S. Peterson S 35 7 0.0 0 3 10 83.0 91 E. Cockerham ILB 29 5 0.0 0 0 0 67.6 57 P. Farrell OLB 27 15 2.0 6 0 3 78.8 95 B. Castillo DE 25 13 1.5 18 0 1 82.2 70 A. Lane DT 24 10 4.5 9 0 1 81.1 97 D. Barrett DT 18 8 4.0 3 0 0 81.6 94 J. Rusieczky OLB 17 9 2.5 12 0 1 78.5 90 M. Cook ILB 16 5 0.0 0 0 0 75.0
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LOOKING BACK 10 YEARS: THE 2014 AMATEUR DRAFT
Now that I've completed 10 seasons, I want to try to remember to do this every year. Original comments copied and pasted, 10-year update in red.

Rnd 1 - Caleb Garrett, WR, Canisius, 39/58...looks like a stud--Maxed out at around 72/72. Played 10 seasons with Raiders. Retired at begin 2024. 700 catches, 9527 yards, 62 TDs, 7.61ypt, 13.61ypc. Best all-around season was probably 2020: 81 catches, 1186 yards, 9 TDs, 8.66ypt.
Rnd 2 - Erick James, QB, Michigan--VU QB, 18/49..not sure what i have here--Grew to around 65/65. 10 years with Raiders and counting. Outstanding pick at 2(1).
Rnd 3 - Jamie Mathis, TE, Louisiana State--22/52..i don't hvae terribly high hopes for him--Maxed in the mid 50s. Was a Raider for six seasons, starting for 4 1/2, before I released him in 2020. He caught on in Buffalo for a year, then signed a long-term deal with Houston, where he is currently a backup. Pretty solid career for a 3(1) guy.
Rnd 4 - Jackson Horn, OLB, Kentucky--14/27...his combines looked good at least! FAIL! Ratings dropped and he never saw the field in a regular season game. Released in 2015 and no one picked him up.
Rnd 5 - Corey Howe, DE, Texas Christian--11/39...PRT guy. Played out all four years of his rookie contract in Oakland as a backup but was not re-signed. NE picked him up as a FA in 2018 and he started theree in 2019 and had 5.5 sacks and 15 hurries. From there he played for two other teams (including us for a season). Overall, he had three seasons as a starter. Maxed at 40/40 overall with 60 PRT.
Rnd 6 - Keith Stone, RB, Georgia Tech--21/24..he needs to grow to be worth anything. Played in five games in 2014. Cut in 2015 for roster room.
Rnd 7 - Chance Bettis, S, North Carolina--10/30..meh. Played two seasons in Oakland as a backup, then released in 2016. Never signed by anyone else.
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SE Caleb Garrett is our only retirement. His career is chronicled in the post right before this one.

No big staff changes--just a new strength coordinator.

No one is franchised.

We head to free agency around $35M over the cap. We have some work to do.
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Congrats on the title. Tony Pashos is enjoying a pretty good run so far.
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Well done! And excellent idea on the draft too.
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I decide to keep most of the team together with a series of cap outs and renegs and only one starter cut: RDE Reggie Jordan. 2nd-year man Bryson Monroe looks ready. With the retirement of SE Garrett, I could use some help at WR, but there's only one guy in FA rated above 41/41: a 52/52 guy who wants much more than I can afford. I fix my gaze upon a 41/41 year 7 guy and make him my single FA1:2 offer. SE Kenny Woods (42/42, yr 7) signs a modest 2-year deal. He is 57 avdr, 37 GD, 42RR, 69BPR, and 23 End.
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1(32): WLB Randal Poore (35/53)--I neglected to mention that I released the starter (a 42/42 guy who had only 2 sacks) at this position as well. Poore seems to be a nice improvement there.
2(32): SE Greyson Adams (17/26)--Blue combines in dash, strength, posdrill, red Solecismic. Horrid bars. Worth a look.
3(32): RDT-->NT Kaiden Alder (23/45)--I've only got one NT on the roster, and Alder looks like he could be a decent run stopper one day.
4(32): SLB Aidan Bush (21/39)--Came into this draft with only one OLB under contract. Depth guy.
5(32): RG Bert Roberts (20/31)--Another position where depth is needed pretty quickly.
6(32): LCB Landon Sinclair (9/22)--Has some PR skill and we need one.
7(32): RB Jessie Whitworth (26/32)--Competition is open for RB2 and Whitworth looked like the best RB left.
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Old 01-04-2014, 08:30 AM   #146
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RATINGS CHANGES OF NOTE
  • Former stud LG Frankie Hudson, coming off of a ruptured elbow tendon, takes a dive from 69/69 to 35/35. I capped him out, so he'll stick aroundthis season, but he's a certain cut for next year with his scheduled $9.5M salary.
  • 4th round pick SLB Aidan Bush might be more than just the "depth guy" that I described him as above. He went from 21/39-->29/47 in TC/Preseason.
  • 1st round pick WLB Poore is looking impressive: 35/53-->48/71.
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Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct James, Erick 4 QB QB 11 63 63 2 yrs Stugg, Leroy 33 RB RB 8 56 56 3 yrs Manusky, Darren 28 FB FB 2 77 77 3 yrs Clancy, J.R. 86 TE TE 3 84 84 2 yrs Finley, Donny 81 FL FL 6 73 73 3 yrs Barrett, Butch 83 FL SE 8 44 44 3 yrs Sevcik, Tyrell 65 LT LT 6 51 51 4 yrs Munn, Tanner 63 RG LG 9 85 85 3 yrs Tatum, Clifton 53 C C 2 30 48 3 yrs Allen, Curtis 75 LG RG 4 35 35 1 yr. Watson, Menelik 71 RT RT 12 46 46 3 yrs Castillo, Bo 95 LDE LDE 6 49 49 1 yr. Barrett, Declan 97 NT NT 2 33 37 3 yrs Monroe, Bryson 79 RDE RDE 2 42 55 3 yrs Hudson, Nate 55 SLB SLB 11 63 63 2 yrs Burris, Miles 56 SILB SILB 13 40 40 2 yrs Cook, Myles 90 SILB WILB 4 37 37 1 yr. Poore, Randal 96 WLB WLB 1 48 71 4 yrs Hayden, D.J. 40 LCB LCB 12 47 47 2 yrs Hevey, Axel 35 LCB RCB 7 42 42 2 yrs Clark, Fernando 49 SS SS 8 51 51 3 yrs Peterson, Sedrick 30 FS FS 6 43 43 2 yrs VanderLey, Santiago 18 QB 7 25 25 1 yr. Godsey, Louie 3 QB 2 13 28 1 yr. Daniels, Elijah 37 RB 4 32 32 1 yr. Dole, Donny 31 RB 1 30 39 2 yrs Dillon, Roman 46 FB 9 47 47 3 yrs May, Wyatt 85 TE 6 34 34 1 yr. Shaw, Micah 39 TE 4 43 43 1 yr. Bourne, Kyle 89 FL 2 35 41 1 yr. Sowers, Maurice 87 SE 5 42 42 1 yr. Cintron, Daryl 7 SE 4 28 28 1 yr. Adams, Greyson 80 SE 1 22 30 4 yrs **McWilliams, Jorge 66 C 7 47 47 1 yr. Roberts, Bert 62 RG 1 22 28 4 yrs Fulton, Harvey 72 LT 3 33 37 2 yrs Clayton, Bart 14 P 2 37 40 3 yrs Green, Rob 1 K 1 36 49 2 yrs Gaylor, Bob 77 RDE 1 26 36 2 yrs Alder, Kaiden 93 NT 1 25 44 4 yrs Allen, Maxwell 92 WILB 1 22 27 2 yrs Bush, Aidan 98 SLB 1 29 47 4 yrs Sinclair, Landen 38 LCB 1 17 30 4 yrs Rhodes, Landen 25 RCB 6 37 37 2 yrs Gabreleski, Alan 23 FS 3 39 39 2 yrs Evans, Warren 58 LS 5 21 21 1 yr. ##Woods, Kenny 88 SE 7 38 38 2 yrs ##Hudson, Frankie 73 LG 5 35 35 3 yrs ##Hill, Jordan 99 NT 12 16 16 2 yrs ##Clemens, John 59 WLB 5 34 34 2 yrs ##Hughes, Keith 20 RCB 3 26 38 2 yrs ##Corcoran, Rufus 24 RCB 2 36 36 1 yr. ##Moorhead, Harry 32 FS 2 18 30 3 yrs $$ - player is suspended, ## - player is inactive, ** = player is injured, %% - player is on IR. Players Under Contract: 53 Inactive: 7 On Active Roster: 46 Salary Cap: $177,200,000 Cap Room: $320,000 Maximum for New Player: $920,000 Cap Room Lost (to old contracts): $11,130,000 Cap Room Lost Next Year (to old contracts): $3,760,000 Cap Room Required Next Year: $208,350,000


Looks tight at the top in terms of roster: OAK, DAL, and WAS are tied for #1, and three other teams are at 86 or better. With only one true starter-quality WR, we're expecting (and perhaps needing) a breakout year from TE J.R. Clancy
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Old 01-04-2014, 08:37 AM   #147
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We jump out to a 3-1 record and are #1 in both total offense and total defense. TE J.R. Clancy catches 6 TDs, and QB Jamee has a 102.8 rating.
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2-2, but both losses were close ones, including a 20-17 loss on the road to the undefeated Steelers. Erick James has thrown 20 TDs and J.R. Clancy has caught 11 of them. Clancy is also on pace for 1,000 yards receiving.
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Old 01-04-2014, 08:48 AM   #149
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James suffers a concussion early in game 9, and our old buddy Santiago VanderLey leads us to a 4-0 record while James sits. (James will be back in game 13.) Our 9-3 record gives us a 2-game lead over SD in the West J.r. Clancy keeps catching TDs. He has a league-leading 15 to date.
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We close out the year 3-1 to finish 12-4 and the #2 seed in the AFC, behind the 13-3 Steelers.
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