Discussion in 'Hard At Work' started by greatnessdc, Apr 27, 2015.
I kept reading into the international moose count and i was like...wtf is he talking about lol.
Gonna try to do a newspaper like above on a somewhat regular basis but free time with standing I'm gonna post semi updates in regular text.
I wanted to take over a bottom team for a few reasons.
1. To see just how bad confidence affects teams. Within this league I've been known as one of the better NFC users. But I also had good confidence sense s1. Can I overcome the confidence hump?
2. I wanted to see just how quick I can get a roster up to speed with the rest of the league. It is my full intentions to have this roster towards the top by the next user season using all the tools at my disposal.
3. I feel like on the Falcons I had a lot of pressure I was putting on myself to win a super bowl. Idk if that makes sense to most of you guys but I kinda felt like if I didn't make the super bowl I was disappointing myself. Taking over this team allows me to set a goal of just building a team up.
Going forward my objectives are simple. Evaluate the talent on this team.
I will be in contact with multiple teams about trades ranging from trying to acquire picks, looking to trade down to get more picks this draft, or trying to bring in proven talent to this team.
This team has some pieces already.
Starting QB Lawrence Sullivan coming out of a season where he had the 4th most passing yards in the league with 4509 and had 27 td's to 17 int's. He has mobility as well as a strong arm and will more then likely be the QB i chose to lead this team in the future.
On defense I have a lot of changes I plan to make. I don't really feel comfortable with many players on this defense. Theo Murray is a young SS in the making. Was pleasantly surprised looking over his attributes. While both of my safeties are rated highly, I don't think either of them fit what I am looking for and could be looking to ship either or possibly both of them out of town.
Trade me that LBer
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