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beatricejessie173
Jul 23, 2021
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Tonight, the Minnesota Wild will get a rematch against the St. Louis Blues on the second game of a back-to-back for both teams. It also the second game of three straight between the two, as theyl throw down once more on Saturday. Wednesday night intensity ramped up between two teams who don like each other, and should come to a head tonight with both of them tired and grouchy from playing 24 hours previously. At one point, a scrum erupted in front of the net, leading to a verbal debate at center ice between Cam Talbot and Jordan Binnington. No doubt, the mouthy Binnington started the discussion given his past history of erudite musings with opponents. can someone pls fight Jordan Binnington so the guy can shut up already 1I did a deep dive on St. Louis MO before the game on Wednesday, which you can read in full here. Adjustments for tonight game are listed in the Burning Questions section of this article. If you like to just see the highlights on the Blues, they are as follows: In net, starting goalie Jordan Binnington is good and backup goalie Ville Husso is not as good. When playing short-handed, both goalies are worse than the NHL average. The Blues take more penalties than their opponents and are bad at stopping quality opportunities when down a skater. Combining this with their bad PK goaltending https://www.storeminnesotaonline.com/Kaapo_Kahkonen_Pet_Jersey-144, and it a nightmare situation if the Wild can draw a good amount of penalties. St. Louis has struggled all year to create as much offense as opponents, largely because they tend to prioritize shot volume over shot quality. The Wild have not only clinched a playoff spot, but are almost certainly destined for either a second-place or third-place finish in the division - this means that our playoff opponent is out of our control. On the other hand, St. Louis is still fighting to make the playoffs in the fourth and final spot, which gives them a lot more to play for. We hate the Blues for what they have done to us. We hate them oh, so much, and if you saw Wednesday game then, like me, you hate them even more. Burning QuestionsCan the fourth line return to prominenceFor much of the time theye been together, Minnesota fourth line of Parise-Sturm-Bonino has been extremely effective https://www.storeminnesotaonline.com/Cam_Talbot_Pet_Jersey-100. They have actually produced the best shot-quality impacts at of all Wild forward lines. Before Wednesday game, they averaged 69% of the expected goals while on the ice per MoneyPuck. com, averaging about 3 xG for and less than 1. 5 xG against per 60 minutes of ice time. This came in only 81 minutes on the ice together and doesn account for quality of competition, but for a fourth-line you have to admit these are good results since theye supposed to be the easiest group for other teams to play against as well. Wednesday night was another story - they were Minnesota three worst skaters in 5-on-5 xG% at a staggeringly low 15. 1%. Their offense dried up, and their defensive game was porous. In fairness, these three players took 5, 6, and 7 faceoffs in their defensive end, which means they had a much tougher situation in which to start their shifts. Hopefully they improve in the next game, as theye been a secret weapon for the Wild in the first 81 minutes they spent together https://www.storeminnesotaonline.com/Ian_Cole_Pet_Jersey-124. Will Nick Bjugstad return to the lineupI asked this question in my preview for Wednesday night game as well, and was surprised that he wasn slotted in. That night, I thought the real question was not whether he enter the lineup, but whom Bjugstad would replace. So tonight, I truly curious whether Evason will put Bjugstad into the lineup after last night loss. The only problem is, I have no idea which line should take him on because the top three lines were all rolling at 5-on-5, and the fourth line has shown impressive chemistry in the past few weeks. Will the refs swallow their whistlesOn Wednesday night, Wes McCauley crew came under fire from Wild fans domestic and abroad for the officiating. While the penalty differential was only 2-1 in favor of the Blues, which is to be expected in a game in which St. Louis trailed during all three of the penalty calls Matt Dumba Pillow Cover, it appeared to many viewers in the State of Hockey that there were many non-calls which benefitted the Blues. One such call was a tussle behind the play in which a St. Louis player grabbed onto a green-sweatered fellow; another questionable call was Dumba hooking penalty, in which it unclear whether contact was made at all, let alone a hook. This call led to the first goal of the third period, leading to an eventual comeback by St. Louis. Most importantly, however, was the non-call with thirty seconds remaining in which Zuccarello appeared to be tripped in the offensive zone. St. Louis then bravely took the puck from the Norwegian while lying on his back, took it up ice, and scored on the play. A fan first instinct might be that the refs would give the Wild some liberties tonight to make up for Wednesday questionable officiating. Given St. Louis poor penalty killing in terms of shot suppression and PK goaltending, this would be a great avenue to a Minnesota victory. However, most research has found that referees don like calling penalties late in games, on teams that are trailing, or on teams which have already had many penalties called upon them. The prevailing theory is that this is done in order to anage the game rather than determine its outcome Nico Sturm Face Mask. I expect the refs to swallow their whistles and et them play in order to supposedly absolve themselves of guilt tonight. In reality, all this inaction will absolve them of is the duties that they are being paid to carry out.
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beatricejessie173
Jul 23, 2021
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The Dallas Stars goaltending situation wasn supposed to be this complicated. With the impending expansion draft, Dallas would protect number one netminder Ben Bishop, exposing Anton Khudobin to be picked by the Seattle Kraken. Jake Oettinger would be there, waiting in the wings; either as a backup or as the number one with the Texas Stars in the unlikely case where Khudobin wasn selected by Seattle. That was the thinking when the Stars signed Khudobin to a three year https://www.denverproshoponline.com/Trey_Marshall_Flag-689, $10 million deal October 9th of 2020. After an up-and-down season, Khudobin is no longer the obvious selection for the Kraken. In the meantime, Oettinger put together an impressive rookie season, making his case for a full-time NHL job. With Bishop taking a bit longer than expected to rehabilitate, Dallas has no obvious answers about what their netminding tandem will look like to start the 2021-2022 season. How this works out has added significance for the Stars this coming year. The leadership group is past their productive peak. Tyler Seguin hits 30 next January, and Jamie Benn will be 32 next month. By that time, Alexander Radulov will be 35 and Joe Pavelski will be 37. This core group of forwards has been responsible for all the heavy lifting up front for most of the last five years. Dallas has some flashy young talent, especially Roope Hintz and Jason Robertson. With the morass of injuries to the front line this past season, they demonstrated the potential to carry the team for a new generation of Stars. But make no mistake: this is still the team of Benn, Seguin, Radulov and Pavelski - at least for this coming year. Throw in a summer of rest, Rick Bowness and his expiring contract, and 2021-2022 looks like the make or break year for this group. Some around here may think that a change is overdue; that an overreaction to an injury-filled season took an entertaining, high-flying Lindy Ruff scoring machine and turned it into a grind-it-out snooze fest under Ken Hitchcock, Jim Montgomery and Bowness. I not here to argue that point. All I saying is that this coming year will be the culmination (or well deserved end) of the latest version of these Stars. What this team claims as its identity beyond next year is up in the air. One thing we do know is the identity of this group, and like it or not, everything that the team does this offseason needs to be seen in the light of making this coming year a final payoff for the team that wee come to love (and, sometimes, hate). It Stanley Cup or Bust, and they just might have the talent to do it if everything falls into place https://www.denverproshoponline.com/Brian_Dawkins_Pillow_Cover-303. Given the nature of the coming year, the decisions about netminders take on added significance. Can a team that is all-in for the year risk having Jake Oettinger as their true number oneOf course, if Bishop has a setback in his rehabilitation, much of this becomes moot, but timing is everything. If the events around the 2017 expansion draft are any indication, July is going to be hectic. Teams will spend their time leading up to the July 17 deadline for submission of the official player exposure list making sure that they are compliant to the draft rules. For Dallas, this means getting one more eligible forward onto the roster. The following week will include not only the expansion draft, but also a slew of other activity as teams pull their rosters together. If the status of Bishop isn known by then, Dallas is going to need to cross their fingers and make some educated guesses. If August 1st rolls around and the Stars plans for goal are not set, the pickings are going to be slim. Assuming that Bishop is a go, the absolute conservative take would be to keep Bishop and Khudobin https://www.denverproshoponline.com/Austin_Schlottmann_Flag-277, sending Oettinger to Cedar Park. This move costs Dallas $2. 4 million in cap space, plus whatever developmental setback Oettinger gets from playing against AHL competition instead of NHL competition. Stars fans may riot, but this scenario may be the one most likely to get the team the Cup. Alternatively, the Stars could look to move either Bishop or Khudobin. They both have no-trade clauses in their contracts, Bishop with a 10-team no-trade list and Khudobin with a four-team list. Given the opportunities out there, these can be overcome, especially given some of the teams that either have cap issues or are in a rebuild and would be helped by dumping a contract for an aging veteran. A few candidates that could be targeted are discussed below. Tampa Bay LightningThe Lightning are an Andrei Vasilevskiy injury away from being a great team that is betrayed by sub-standard netminding. They could use a quality backup, but one who doesn break the bank. They could use cap relief, and Tyler Johnson has been playing third line minutes on a $5 million dollar contract that runs through 2024 Royce Freeman Pillow Cover. There are some issues with the timing of Tampa Bay in the playoffs and their expansion eligibility list, but a Khudobin-Johnson deal is as close to win-win as there is out there. Dallas can afford the money and they need a forward. Tampa Bay needs a backup and they could use the cap space. Washington CapitalsWashington needs a quality backup, and they seem to want the cap space to try to re-sign Alex Ovechkin. TJ Oshie has a 10-team no-trade clause, his contract is $5. 75 million through 2025, but this would be manageable for the Stars. The contract is too long, but Oshie productivity hasn fallen off a cliff yet. In addition, Oshie is a finisher, something that Dallas has been missing. The real question will be whether the Capitals believe they can sacrifice Oshie and their own team competitive window to obtain a quality backup netminder when there likely to be some left on the market once all the deck chairs are rearranged this summer. Ottawa SenatorsEvgeni Dadonov didn have the best numbers in his first year with the Senators, and Ottawa may not want to pay the extra cash that he is owed given their young core and their frugal nature. Matt Murray isn cutting it as Ottawa number one and they could use the help. The Senators could easily be on a no-trade list, so this could be a non-starter, but Dadonov has two years left on a $5 million cap hit deal that is heavy on cash in the last two years. Calgary Flames Calgary needs a backup, and Milan Lucic is just the kind of player that the old-school Stars would want to bolster their fourth line. It a complicated transaction, since Lucic has an 8-team trade list, and his contract already includes $750,000 in retained salary from Edmonton, but it a deal that ends in 2023 and the cost would be just over $5 million. Plus, Lucic wasn terrible last year()Are any of these moves that the Stars could make a purely hockey move (Stars critics say Lucic, but you know the answer is Johnson. ) It doesn really matter. Circumstances have changed, and Dallas needs to move forward as best they can Bradley Chubb Flag. That means two goaltenders, and given the timelines, the sooner the better. Patience may get the team to a point when they can make the ideal decision, but the longer the team waits, the more limited their options will become. No decision carries absolutely no risk. This season the Stars are at a crossroads for the franchise, and the wrong decision (and to be honest, just dumb luck) could mean the end of an era. That said, the team needs to roll the dice and move forward by making best guesses, not by waiting for all of the data to come in. And for the record, I think that Oettinger is ready for whatever the Stars throw at him.
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beatricejessie173
Jul 23, 2021
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Anaheim DucksThe Ducks signed defenceman Ben Hutton to a one-year contract. Arizona CoyotesThe Coyotes signed centre Frederik Gauthier to a one-year contract. Boston BruinsThe Bruins made no moves his week. Buffalo SabresThe Sabres made no moves his week. Calgary FlamesThe Flames signed right winger Brett Ritchie to a professional tryout contract. Carolina HurricanesThe Hurricanes claimed goaltender Anton Forsberg off waivers from Edmonton. They acquired defenceman Maxime Lajoie from Ottawa. Chicago BlackhawksThe Blackhawks made no moves his week. Colorado AvalancheThe Avalanche made no moves his week. Columbus Blue JacketsThe Blue Jackets signed goaltender Cam Johnson to a one-year contract. They signed defenceman Michael Del Zotto to a one-year contract. Dallas StarsThe Stars made no moves his week. Detroit Red WingsThe Red Wings claimed defenceman Christian Djoos off waivers from Anaheim. Edmonton OilersThe Oilers signed centre Devin Shore to a one-year contract Jansen Harkins Face Mask. Florida PanthersThe Panthers claimed defenceman Gustav Forsling off waivers from Carolina. They claimed defenceman Noah Juulsen off waivers from Montreal. They signed defenceman Kevin Connauton to a one-year contract. Los Angeles KingsThe Kings made no moves his week. Minnesota WildThe Wild signed left winger Marcus Foligno to a three-year contract extension. Montreal CanadiensThe Canadiens made no moves his week. Nashville PredatorsThe Predators claimed defenceman Luca Sbisa off waivers from Winnipeg. New Jersey DevilsThe Devils claimed goaltender Eric Comrie off waivers from Winnipeg. They re-signed left winger Jesper Bratt to a two-year contract. Goaltender Corey Crawford has retired from pro hockey. Crawford became the Blackhawks starting goaltender after their 2010 Stanley Cup championship Eric Comrie Flag, and between 2011 and 2017, would tally at least 30 wins each year except for the 2012/13 lockout season and would backstop the Blackhawks to playoff apperances in each of those seasons. Crawford would win two Stanley Cups in that time as well, in 2013 and 2015. He also won All-Rookie honours in 2011, the William M. Jennings Trophy in 2015 and 2013 and 2015, and represented Chicago in the 2015 and 2017 All-Star Games. Crawford has career bests of 35 wins in 2011 https://www.storewinnipeg.com/Derek_Forbort_Face_Mask-142, 0. 926 Save% and 1. 94 GAA in 2013, and seven shutouts in 2016, all with Chicago. As the Blackhawks faded from their championship contention of the early 2010s, Crawford saw fewer games due to injury, playing 28, 39, and 40 games in his final seasons, respectively, due to injuries. Crawford finished his last NHL season with a 16-20-3 record, 0. 917 Save%, 2. 77 GAA, and one shutout in 40 games for Chicago in 2019/20. Crawford, 36, was let go following the 2019/20 season and signed a two-year contract with the New Jersey Devils for personal reasons. While his career was short, he has no Vezina Trophies to his name, and he has had the unfortunate reputation of a goaltender buoyed by his team rather than his talent, Crawford decade of strong performance in net and his two Cups give him a decent shot at recognition in the Hockey Hall of Fame. New York IslandersThe Islanders signed goaltender Cory Schneider to a one-year contract. They re-signed centre Mathew Barzal to a three-year contract. New York RangersThe Rangers made no moves his week. Ottawa SenatorsThe Senators acquired centre Clark Bishop from Carolina. Philadelphia FlyersThe Flyers made no moves his week. Pittsburgh PenguinsThe Penguins made no moves his week. San Jose SharksThe Sharks signed defenceman Fredrik Claesson to a one-year contract. They claimed centre Rudolfs Balcers off waivers from Ottawa. St. Louis BluesThe Blues signed left winger Mike Hoffman to a one-year contract. Defenceman Jay Bouwmeester has retired from pro hockey. Drafted in the first round, third overall, in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft by the Florida Panthers, Bouwmeester has 424 points (88G, 336A) in 1240 games https://www.storewinnipeg.com/Tucker_Poolman_Hoodie-66, as well as 13 points (0G, 13A) in 75 playoff games, for Florida (2002/03-2008/09), Calgary (2009/10- partway through 2012/13), and St. Louis (partway through 2012/13-2019/20). Bouwmeester has career highs of 41 assists and 46 points, both in 2006, and 15 goals in both 2008 and 2009, all with Florida. Bouwmester put up very solid numbers and was a solid all-around defenceman as well, which led him to be pursued in free agency when he left Florida in 2009. He was the main minute muncher on the Flames blueline in the early 2010s, and while he was solid, his offensive production plumetted during his tenure with the Flames, Bouwmeester failing to reach 30 points in any of his seasons with them. Failing to live up to his contract, he was traded to St. Louis during the lockout-shortened 2012/13 season as the Flames finally embraced a full rebuild. At the time, Bouwmeester had been the active NHLer with the most games played without a playoff appearance, as his stint with Florida began several seasons after the start of, and ended several seasons before the end of, the Panthers 2000-2012 playoff drought Nikolaj Ehlers T-Shirt, and his stint with the Flames began with the first season of a five-season playoff drought for Calgary. He would make the playoffs in every year with St. Louis except for 2018. Bouwmeester returned to the 30-point mark for the first, and only, time since his tenure with Florida in 2014 with a 37-point season, but both offensively and defensively took a backseat to the likes of Alex Pietrangelo, Kevin Shattenkirk, Colton Parayko, Joel Edmundson, and Vince Dunn. Bouwmeester positive impact had largely gone away by the final third of the 2010s, leaving him as just a veteran presence. Bouwmeester won the Stanley Cup in 2019 with the Blues, in addition to All-Rookie honours in 2003, and All-Star appearances in 2007 and 2009. Bouwmeester finished his final NHL season with nine points (1G, 8A) in 56 games for St. Louis in 2019/20. Bouwmeester, 37, opted to retire because of a cardiac episode he suffered during a game during the 2019/20 season. Tampa Bay LightningThe Lightning signed centre Boo Nieves to a one-year contract. Toronto Maple LeafsThe Maple Leafs made no moves this week. Vancouver CanucksThe Canucks signed defenceman Travis Hamonic to a one-year contract. Vegas Golden KnightsThe Golden Knights made no moves his week. Washington CapitalsThe Capitals signed goaltender Craig Anderson to a one-year contract. Winnipeg JetsThe Jets signed centre Trevor Lewis to a one-year contract. They claimed goaltender Anton Forsberg off waivers from Carolina.
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beatricejessie173
Jul 23, 2021
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The Blues, by necessity and by design Craig Janney Face Mask, have made some lineup adjustments for tonight:Walker and de la Rose are in the lineup tonight in place of Sundqvist and Sanford. Oskar Sundqvist, you may remember, suffered a lower-body injury last night and had to be helped off of the ice due to a torn ACL. He is not expected to return this season. Zach Sanford, on the other hand, just hasn been playing up to snuff - and he also on the COVID-19 protocol list to boot https://www.stprostoreonline.com/Bernie_Federko_T_shirt-38. The injury gods returned Jaden Schwartz and claimed Sundqvist. The Blues played significantly better with Schwartz back in the line-up, but the loss of Sundqvist is a tough one. Honestly, the Blues have endured many tough losses to the IR this season - will this turn into a hat could have been year There still plenty of time to keep that from happening Sammy Blais Pet Jersey. This is your GameDay Thread. Comment like you want to see them all make it out alive. Let do this. Let Go Blues.
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Jul 23, 2021
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Ian Rapoport is reporting that the Titans are doing a simple restructure of Ryan Tannehill contract to make room for Julio Jones contract under the salary cap. That means Tannehill guaranteed salary this season will be converted into bonus money. That gives Tannehill all of that money now, instead of it being paid out over the balance of the season https://www.tennesseefanstoreonline.com/Jayon_Brown_Hoodie-126. It also spreads that money across the remaining years of Tannehill's deal. Titans had to do something to have enough salary cap room to absorb Julio Jones' fully GTD $15. 3M base salary. The max cap space created in a Ryan Tannehill simple restructure is $15,616,666 by dropping his $24. 5M base salary to $1. 075M converting $23 DeMarco Murray Face Mask. 425M to signing bonus. 1There was some talk yesterday that the Titans could do a simple restructure to Julio contract, but it makes more sense to do it with Tannehill. The way Julio contract is structured now, he will make $15. 3 million guaranteed this year and $11 https://www.tennesseefanstoreonline.com/Chris_Jackson_Face_Mask-318. 513 million guaranteed in both 2022 and 2023. There would be no dead money if the Titans decided to move on after 2022. This was always the most logical path to getting the Titans under the salary cap to accommodate the trade.
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Jul 23, 2021
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The Houston Texans completed the 2020 NFL campaign with a 4-12 record, despite quarterback Deshaun Watson having a career year. With a new head coach, a new general manager, and an influx of new players https://www.houstongearonline.com/Whitney_Mercilus_Pillow_Cover-645, the Texans arent expected to improve much on that record in 2021, especially considering the future of Deshaun Watson remaining with the team is in question. READ MORE: Former Texans DL P. J. Hall Facing Misdemeanor Assault Charge: NFL TrackerBut what if there is youthful promise Alas . . . PFF recently released their list of the top 25 players in the NFL under the age of 25, the best 25 players who will be under the age of 25 when the 2021 NFL season kicks off on Sept 9 Tavierre Thomas T-Shirt, 2021. The Houston Texans did not have any players appear on that list. The list doesnt make PFF correct. There is reason to believe Houston 2021 NFL Draft has promise, with Davis Mills, Nico Collins and Brevin Jordan among the prospects. What about Deshaun Watson Yes, he is still on the roster, but he turned 25 this past September, and therefore was ineligible for the list. The Texans division rivals were represented, however, with the Tennessee Titans having two players make the list, with wide receiver A. J. Brown taking No. 3 and defensive interior lineman Jeffery Simmons at No. 23. Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor appears on the list at No. 21, and the Jacksonville Jaguars https://www.houstongearonline.com/Cameron_Johnston_Flag-291, like the Texans, failed to have a player make the list. READ MORE: Watson Accusers Attorney: No Settlements In Texans QB Case - What about the 2022 list Texans fans would like to see the third-round pick Mills make the list because that would mean theyve potentially found their Deshaun Watson replacement if that becomes necessary. The Houston Texans begin the 2021 NFL season on September 12, 2021, at home against the Jacksonville Jaguars - at which time we will begin to see whether Jags rookie QB Trevor Lawrence is to join the list - and whether some young Texans can accompany him.
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Jul 23, 2021
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The Dolphins finished up their offseason program last week as the team held a mandatory minicamp https://www.miamigearonline.com/Jaylen_Waddle_Hoodie-197. Everyone was in attendance besides one player Adam Shaheen Pillow Cover. Xavien Howard didn show up and the man wants to be paid. This will be a story to keep an eye on heading into training camp and the preseason. Howard is the Dolphins best defensive player and it would be disheartening if the two sides can come to an agreement at some point. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day round-up below. Kelly: Here what we learned from Dolphins offseason program | Analysis - South Florida Sun Sentinel - South Florida Sun-SentinelHere are some takeaways from the Miami Dolphins' offseason program, which wrapped up with last week's mandatory minicamp, ahead of the start of training camp at the end of July. Phinsider News You May Have MissedMiami Dolphins 2022 free agents: Who needs a new contract - The PhinsiderThe Miami Dolphins may need to sign some players to contract extensions this summer Mark Duper Hoodie.
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Jul 23, 2021
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Happy draft day! What better way to celebrate (or kill time until 8pm ET) than to read through my final Titans 7-round mock draft There are a number of ways the Titans can go tonight Jamar Johnson T-Shirt, which adds to the excitement and anxiety of the fan base. The Titans have four picks in the Top 100, or the first three rounds. It imperative that they find some immediate contributors with these picks. Some positions could use starters. Others need depth and rotational players. Titans general manager Jon Robinson has discussed the possibility of moving around the board. Itl be interesting to see if that comes to fruition. The lone addition here so far has been Josh Reynolds. He a fine receiver, but certainly isn enough to make up what theye lost. Moore is a dynamic and elusive receiver prospect that makes big plays happen. He a smooth operator that understands how to use his twitchiness to get open. Moore puts a ton of stress on the defense, with and without the ball in his hands. He a great route runner. Ole Miss manufactured touches for him and it easy to see why. He was the best player on their offense. Moore has a skill set that would fit in really nicely with this Titans offense. I wonder if they could move back a few picks and get still him in the 27-32 range. One of my top prospects in the class is easily Elijah Moore. Posted a 95th percentile success rate vs. man coverage (79. 8%) in ReceptionPerception. Absurd separator. On the Lockett/Baldwin-axis. Just love this player. Full profile on the site for subs:1Round 2 (No https://www.denverproshoponline.com/Daesean_Hamilton_Pillow_Cover-343. 53 overall): Asante Samuel Jr. , CB, FSUNotable players I passed on: Liam Eichenberg, Levi Onwuzurike, Dillon Radunz, Joseph Ossai and Ronnie Perkins. Why I chose Samuel: I decided to address what I believe is the team second biggest need here. The Titans have completely revamped their cornerback room this offseason. They released Adoree Jackson and Malcolm Butler. They added Janoris ackrabbit Jenkins and Kevin Johnson in free agency. They aren good enough here in my opinion. Samuel would make them better. He a natural athlete. The position comes easy to him. He quick-footed. Samuel gets on his horse and competes at the catch point despite being a bit undersized https://www.denverproshoponline.com/Mike_Purcell_Face_Mask-564. Ball skills were a bit of a question mark here, but Samuel did a nice job quieting those concerns by putting up three interceptions in just eight games in 2020. Samuel has met with the Titans virtually. I don't care how tall he is. Asante Samuel Jr. can ball.
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