N/S: Lions looking to trade Stafford (Front office says it's not true-Mod edit) (1 Viewer)

RJ in Lafayette

Super Forum Fanatic
Gold VIP Contributor
Joined
Jan 27, 1999
Messages
9,783
Reaction score
7,433
Offline
Stafford just turned 32. The Chargers, with the 6th pick in the draft, a talented team, and the need to win now and sell tickets, seem a logical destination.

More and more, it seems that someone at 3 or 4 is going to pick Tua.
 

Taker597

Hall-of-Famer
VIP Contributor
Joined
Dec 13, 2009
Messages
8,134
Reaction score
13,577
Location
Biloxi, MS
Online
Detroit wasted their best QB’s career.
Patricia putting a downfield gunslinger in a dreadful west coast offense should of gotten him fired. I'm not saying Jim Caldwell was perfect, but he sure as hell was the best coach they had in decades and he gotten out the most from that talent-less squad.

Detroit blown a lot of lead because of that offense and that offense should be a strength.
 

jasonsw

Swimmer is my friend
Joined
Jul 2, 2019
Messages
1,541
Reaction score
3,938
Age
39
Location
Bastrop
Online
Patricia putting a downfield gunslinger in a dreadful west coast offense should of gotten him fired. I'm not saying Jim Caldwell was perfect, but he sure as hell was the best coach they had in decades and he gotten out the most from that talent-less squad.

Detroit blown a lot of lead because of that offense and that offense should be a strength.
Detroit has been a Wasteland since they fired Wayne Fontes.
 

NatureBoy

16x World Champion
Joined
Sep 3, 2013
Messages
2,532
Reaction score
4,402
Location
Space Mountain
Offline
Chucky isn't happy with Carr. I've been thinking that Teddy might be a target for him, but Stafford makes sense too.

Stafford to Tampa might make sense too. It would be a great spot for him with Godwin and Evans to throw to.

I'm not sure the Colts are satisfied with Brissett. That wouldn't be a bad spot either.
 

Saintaholic

<><><><><><><><><><><>
Joined
Jul 8, 2000
Messages
15,982
Reaction score
26,270
Offline
It's amazing how there is this pocket of the same franchises, year-in and year-out, that just never amount to anything. Sure, they have anomaly years here and there where they are decent, but they're really never real threats to win it all:

Detroit, Cleveland, and Cincinnati are the teams that immediately come to mind.
 

rob22278

ALL-MADDEN TEAM
Gold VIP Contributor
Joined
Jan 27, 2010
Messages
2,403
Reaction score
7,371
Location
70124
Online
It's amazing how there is this pocket of the same franchises, year-in and year-out, that just never amount to anything. Sure, they have anomaly years here and there where they are decent, but they're really never real threats to win it all:
You just described the Saints from 1967-1986, and from 1994-1999. It happens.
 

sammymvpknight

Inner circle
VIP Contributor
Joined
May 30, 2011
Messages
11,364
Reaction score
16,890
Online
One day people will make an argument that somehow Matthew Stafford should be a Hall-of-fame QB. My response to that: teams aren't trying to trade 32 year old Hall-of-fame QBs.
 

ElGatoNegro

Rookie
Joined
Oct 12, 2017
Messages
258
Reaction score
352
Offline
P
It's amazing how there is this pocket of the same franchises, year-in and year-out, that just never amount to anything. Sure, they have anomaly years here and there where they are decent, but they're really never real threats to win it all:

Detroit, Cleveland, and Cincinnati are the teams that immediately come to mind.
Also, Buffalo, NY Jets and Miami.
 

Create an account or login to comment

You must be a member in order to leave a comment

Create account

Create an account on our community. It's easy!

Log in

Already have an account? Log in here.

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 1)



Headlines

Top Bottom