The theme I like is we are getting 5 and 6 year veteran players for the most part.
DRC, Deuce, Breaston, Branch are gone the full list is under old team "Arizona" with 24 players on it.
Sendlein and Porter are re-signed.
You have too be an insider to see the expert grades, but where do you grade these new players and old players at?
I have hope that we can get better for cheaper all the way up to the regular season, While others are cutting to make the salary cap, We have room as planned 3 years ago when the Owners opted out.
The final 53, is where the rubber hits the road, but every snap in preseason matters more than most years, on every team. It's a good year to rebuild.
Seeing how most despise my grades, I hope an insider will post our core players grades compared to other NFCW core player grades.
I would sign up but I'm stubbornly saving my fan dollar for the jersey of the day after the cuts are made, have a collection of Plummer, Mcnown, Blake, ex Card players stuff. to help pay for the new CBA!
OT UFA 6-43146CardinalsCardinals
LB UFA 6-42585EaglesCardinals
G UFA 6-43086PackersCardinals
DE UFA 6-33059SteelersCardinals
TE UFA 6-32606PanthersCardinals
CB UFA 5-111896PanthersCardinals
- 90-100: Elite Player
Player demonstrates rare abilities and can create mismatches that have an obvious impact on the game. ... Premier NFL player who has all the skills to consistently play at a championship level. ... Rates as one of the top players at his position in the league.
- 80-89: Outstanding Player
Player has abilities to create mismatches versus most opponents in the NFL. ... A feature player who has an impact on the outcome of the game. ... Cannot be shut down by a single player and plays on a consistent level week in and week out.
- 70-79: Good Starter
Solid starter who is close to being an outstanding player. ... Has few weaknesses and usually will win his individual matchup but does not dominate in every game, especially when matched up against the top players in the league.
- 60-69: Average Starter
A valuable roster player but not a dominant player against the better players he faces on a weekly basis. ... Gives great effort and teams are glad to have him, but he may or may not go to the next level.
- 50-59: Good Backup
This is a player who is really on the bubble and only starts because of a deficiency at the position. ... He lacks complete overall skills, and although he will battle, he will hinder his team's ability to play at a championship level if he is forced to be in the starting lineup consistently over a 16-game season. Teams don't mind having him on the roster but are always looking to upgrade.
- 40-49: Below Average Backup/Core Special Teamers
Strictly a backup player who is not capable of starting. If forced to, he is only a short-term fix. ... He might make the roster because of special-teams contributions or experience. ... He is the type of player teams consistently look to replace with an upgrade. ... He always will be a borderline roster player.
- 30: Rookie (Post-draft)
No professional tape to evaluate. These players will have an evaluation based on their college tape, but we will not put a new grade on them until after their rookie seasons. They will carry the 30 grade throughout their first NFL season.
- 20: Developmental Player
Players with this grade have very little film to evaluate. Such players might flash potential in the preseason but don't have any regular-season performances to judge. they usually have very little experience but have to be tracked due to developmental potential.
- 10: Evaluation in Process
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