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The Gonzo Lounge>Julio Jones traded to the Titans
Chief Roundup 02:10 PM 06-06-2021
https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/j...ook-to-future/

Titans get Julio Jones and a 2023 6th round pick.
The falcons get a 2022 2cd round pick and a 2023 4th round pick.

The #Titans deal for Julio Jones:
— The #Falcons get a 2022 2nd rounder and a 2023 4th rounder.
— The #Titans get Julio Jones & a 6th rounder in 2023.
— The #Titans take on Jones’ salary of $15.3M in 2021 and the rest of the deal.
#Falcons have $7.75M in dead money this year.

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) June 6, 2021

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Dunerdr 06:41 AM 06-08-2021
Originally Posted by JohnnyHammersticks:
See this is the point. You hear a lot of people say we're good with Hill and Kelce as if there's no possibility of either of them having a major injury. We've been really lucky with that so far, especially with Kelce. If Powell and Gray come through and if Hardman raises his game another notch then we're covered, but those scenarios remain to be proven.

That being said, I'm glad we didn't overpay for Julio, as intriguing as it would be to see a healthy Julio in our offense - key word being healthy.
Most teams dont even have two Hill and Kelce caliber players on one side of the ball. Feeling like we need a third guy of that caliber just in case of an injury is pretty ridiculous. It would be nice but that just isnt normally how the NFL works.
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lawrenceRaider 07:31 AM 06-08-2021
Originally Posted by JohnnyHammersticks:
See this is the point. You hear a lot of people say we're good with Hill and Kelce as if there's no possibility of either of them having a major injury. We've been really lucky with that so far, especially with Kelce. If Powell and Gray come through and if Hardman raises his game another notch then we're covered, but those scenarios remain to be proven.

That being said, I'm glad we didn't overpay for Julio, as intriguing as it would be to see a healthy Julio in our offense - key word being healthy.
Originally Posted by Dunerdr:
Most teams dont even have two Hill and Kelce caliber players on one side of the ball. Feeling like we need a third guy of that caliber just in case of an injury is pretty ridiculous. It would be nice but that just isnt normally how the NFL works.
Kelce is the irreplaceable cog (non-QB) in the Chiefs offense. I might even go so far as to call him the best non-QB offensive player in the NFL right now.
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JD10367 02:05 PM 06-08-2021
Originally Posted by Cave Johnson:
Titans lost their OC as well as Davis and Smith.

They’ll beat the Colts in their division but aren’t closer to bridging the gap with the Chiefs.
Of course they're closer. They just added one of the great WRs in the league. People said Randy Moss was washed up, too, until he went to the Pats. This move immediately cements the Titans as probably the biggest threat to the Chiefs, followed by the Ravens and Bills (and MAYBE the Browns, if they can play up to their potential). Of COURSE the Chiefs are still the best. As long as they have Mahomes, they always will be. But that doesn't mean someone can't come along at the right time with the right gameplan like the Bucs did last season (and the Giants did to the Patriots twice).
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PHOG 04:17 PM 06-08-2021
Originally Posted by JD10367:
Of course they're closer. They just added one of the great WRs in the league. People said Randy Moss was washed up, too, until he went to the Pats. This move immediately cements the Titans as probably the biggest threat to the Chiefs, followed by the Ravens and Bills (and MAYBE the Browns, if they can play up to their potential). Of COURSE the Chiefs are still the best. As long as they have Mahomes, they always will be. But that doesn't mean someone can't come along at the right time with the right gameplan like the Bucs did last season (and the Giants did to the Patriots twice).
:-) :-):-):-)
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Jeff.Fisher 10:00 PM 06-08-2021
Boy those tacks are quickly becoming the AFC favorite in league circles.
No more selling out to shut down 22. If the tacks would have had julio in that championship game vs the chefs it would went differently. Of course had 22 not been overused down the stretch with the tacks doing all the dirty work...

Tannehill just became the mvp favorite. In league circles.
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Rainbarrel 11:38 PM 06-08-2021
Bills fans have moved on to the Browns. If you hurry you might catch them there.
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BryanBusby 11:44 PM 06-08-2021
Originally Posted by Jeff.Fisher:
If the tacks would have had julio in that championship game vs the chefs it would went differently.
If my mom had a dick your asshole would be the size of the Panama canal. What's your fucking point?
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Dunerdr 06:17 AM 06-09-2021
Originally Posted by Jeff.Fisher:
Boy those tacks are quickly becoming the AFC favorite in league circles.
No more selling out to shut down 22. If the tacks would have had julio in that championship game vs the chefs it would went differently. Of course had 22 not been overused down the stretch with the tacks doing all the dirty work...

Tannehill just became the mvp favorite. In league circles.
I guess i missed the betting lines move.
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RealSNR 06:56 AM 06-09-2021
Originally Posted by Jeff.Fisher:
Of course had 22 not been overused down the stretch with the tacks doing all the dirty work...
That's what you dumbasses get for building your offense around a fucking RB. Your team gets sent to the scrapheap of history just like the Adrian Peterson Vikings and the Shaun Alexander Seahawks.

If you think getting Julio is going to change that, you probably have another thing coming.

Have a nice day.
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Cave Johnson 07:09 AM 06-09-2021
Who breaks down first next year, Julio or Henry??
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AdolfOliverBush 08:29 AM 06-09-2021
Originally Posted by Jeff.Fisher:
Tannehill just became the mvp favorite. In league circles.
This was tongue-in-cheek, right?
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Wisconsin_Chief 08:34 AM 06-09-2021
Originally Posted by lawrenceRaider:
Kelce is the irreplaceable cog (non-QB) in the Chiefs offense. I might even go so far as to call him the best non-QB offensive player in the NFL right now.
He absolutely is. I cringe at the thought of even playing a single game without him in the lineup. We've done a decent job without Hill, but there is no replacing Kelce and the impact he makes on every single snap.
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Toad 08:50 AM 06-09-2021
Originally Posted by Jeff.Fisher:
Boy those tacks are quickly becoming the AFC favorite in league circles.
No more selling out to shut down 22. If the tacks would have had julio in that championship game vs the chefs it would went differently. Of course had 22 not been overused down the stretch with the tacks doing all the dirty work...

Tannehill just became the mvp favorite. In league circles.
Perhaps in your own little “circle jerk”...
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Cave Johnson 09:49 AM 06-09-2021
Originally Posted by AdolfOliverBush:
This was tongue-in-cheek, right?
No, he's a Titans homer.

Originally Posted by Jeff.Fisher:
This is the Titans year. Sorry chef fans. You had last year... you know when the Titans beat all the good teams for you then played you at the best possible time, after 4 road games and Henry over used.

Finesse teams like the chefs always revert back to what they are after a cinderella run. Finesse

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DaFace 09:51 AM 06-09-2021
Originally Posted by Cave Johnson:
No, he's a Titans homer troll.
Fixed. He's basically KnowMo but a Titans fan. Only shows up when he wants to spew nonsense about how great his team is.
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