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Part 1: Grade for the 2017 Season 0 0%
A+ 0 0%
A 0 0%
A- 0 0%
B+ 1 2.44%
B 1 2.44%
B- 6 14.63%
C+ 6 14.63%
C 4 9.76%
C- 6 14.63%
D+ 4 9.76%
D 6 14.63%
D- 1 2.44%
F 5 12.20%
No grade 0 0%
Part 2: 2017 Performance Relative to Expectations 0 0%
Greatly exceeded my expectations 1 2.44%
Slightly exceeded my expectations 0 0%
Performed about like I expected 9 21.95%
Performed slightly worse than my expectations 14 34.15%
Performed far short of my expectations 14 34.15%
Part 3: Desired Role for 2018 0 0%
Much larger 0 0%
Slightly larger 1 2.44%
About the same as 2017 7 17.07%
Slightly smaller 9 21.95%
Much smaller 5 12.20%
Off the team 14 34.15%
Part 4: I think this player’s ability is … 0 0%
Ascending 0 0%
Stable 13 31.71%
Descending 25 60.98%
Part 5: The minimum I would trade this player for is a mid- … 0 0%
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7th round pick 0 0%
6th round pick 7 17.07%
5th round pick 10 24.39%
4th round pick 5 12.20%
3rd round pick 6 14.63%
2nd round pick 0 0%
1st round pick 0 0%
A pair of 1st round picks 0 0%
I would not trade this player 1 2.44%
Part 6: I prefer… 0 0%
Camping 11 26.83%
Hotels 23 56.10%
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Old 01-24-2018, 05:39 PM  
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Chiefs Offseason Planet Evaluation: Ron Parker

We just hit Peters, so now we go to Parker, the other half of Spiderman. What do you think about Ron's performance this year?

Ron started all 16 games this year and recorded 58 tackles and 9 assists. He had 4 passes defensed, made 2 interceptions for 40 yards, and recovered 2 fumbles for 7 yards.
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Old 01-24-2018, 05:43 PM   #2
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Old 01-24-2018, 06:11 PM   #3
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I kind of view Ron Parker as being similar to Jerome Woods. Both are/were generally solid tacklers who prevent bad things from happening, but they don't create good things. Neither of them really makes plays. Along that line, Parker in the past seemed to be good at tipping the ball away even if he didn't get interceptions, but that didn't seem to happen this year.

He's kind of the fireman who hoses down the burning car wreck and cleans up the glass after other firemen have pulled the people out of the burning car.
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Old 01-24-2018, 06:18 PM   #4
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Old 01-24-2018, 06:24 PM   #5
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C+ not the worst starting FS around, but is clearly slipping

About as expected

Slightly smaller role as we work in a rookie

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Old 01-24-2018, 08:19 PM   #6
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Probably a better dime corner than safety. Decent at coverage but a terrible tackler
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He cannot tackle. At all. Cut him.
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Old 01-25-2018, 01:11 PM   #9
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He cannot tackle. At all. Cut him.
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This, a million times, this.
Its a tempting thought, but if we cut all of the Nunez-Roches and Parker types... we'd barely be able to field a defense

The sad truth is fixing this defense isnt gonna be a one year job
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Its a tempting thought, but if we cut all of the Nunez-Roches and Parker types... we'd barely be able to field a defense

The sad truth is fixing this defense isnt gonna be a one year job
Part of my goal in doing this is to see where we want to make roster changes, and then put that in context with how many roster changes are realistic. Whenever we talk about players one at a time, it's easy to desire upgrades, but at the end of this process I'll put up a thread that compares our scores of everyone, to inform a discussion of priorities. The individual grades are interesting, but I'm particularly looking forward to bringing them all together at the end.
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Part of my goal in doing this is to see where we want to make roster changes, and then put that in context with how many roster changes are realistic. Whenever we talk about players one at a time, it's easy to desire upgrades, but at the end of this process I'll put up a thread that compares our scores of everyone, to inform a discussion of priorities. The individual grades are interesting, but I'm particularly looking forward to bringing them all together at the end.
I'm really enjoying these threads, kinda surprised they arent creating more discussion... with all the strongly opinionated people here, you'd think more people would be bragging or ragging

Maybe it'll pick up when you start wrapping things up and coming to some hard conclusions

Been thinking that I maybe tend to overrate guys just a hair even when I try not to, like with Nunez-Roches... he is a C- at best, but I went C without thinking it through
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Part of my goal in doing this is to see where we want to make roster changes, and then put that in context with how many roster changes are realistic. Whenever we talk about players one at a time, it's easy to desire upgrades, but at the end of this process I'll put up a thread that compares our scores of everyone, to inform a discussion of priorities. The individual grades are interesting, but I'm particularly looking forward to bringing them all together at the end.
Do you plan on posting a results summary?
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Oh, yeah. There'll be a capstone thread where I pull all of the results together to compare and contrast. That's going to be fun.
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I'm really enjoying these threads, kinda surprised they arent creating more discussion... with all the strongly opinionated people here, you'd think more people would be bragging or ragging

Maybe it'll pick up when you start wrapping things up and coming to some hard conclusions

Been thinking that I maybe tend to overrate guys just a hair even when I try not to, like with Nunez-Roches... he is a C- at best, but I went C without thinking it through
I'm surprised that I've never thought to do it before. It seems like a good postseason activity, and it puts some order to the various discussions that pop up about individual players.

My biggest blind spot is trade potential for draft picks. I figure that any guy who makes an NFL roster should be worth at least a low-round pick, because a lot of low-round picks wash out quickly. A guy like Nunez-Roches is a good example of that. He was a sixth-round pick for us and he made 11 starts. That's surprising. While I view him as a JAG, that still probably means that he's worth more than a new 6th round pick, because it's rare that those guys will get a starting spot. So I keep stopping and checking myself before I fill out that option.
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