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 7 years ago '08        #81
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 Lowkey18 said:
i think you are really under estimating Fitz leaving.. if CBA looks like it might come down to wire he'll stay but if it gets done soon i think there is a HIGH chance he leaves.. Minny is who i want to call,
If he left he wouldnt leave for a QB situation just as suspect as oursjust because its his hometown, money aint issue he was the highest paid at his position until Dre signed that extension. He'd be a Pat but this offseason is all about making him happy so we'll see
 7 years ago '06        #82
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 MythMade said:
This is all fine and dandy, but let's be real here. Jerry loves getting ticket sellers over what we actually need( dez was NOT who we needed last year). Don't be surprised if we take Ingram or somebody.
Ingram? come on son. Dez was a f**king STEAL at that spot and we would have been stupid not to take him. Lets not act like Jerry is Al Davis, we've drafted a lot of players who turned out to be great. Lets not act like we didnt draft Newman and Jenkins in the first, Ware in the first, Carpenter (bust but a position we needed).
 01-03-2011, 12:48 PM         #83
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 eLLz said:
Ingram? come on son. Dez was a f**king STEAL at that spot and we would have been stupid not to take him. Lets not act like Jerry is Al Davis, we've drafted a lot of players who turned out to be great. Lets not act like we didnt draft Newman and Jenkins in the first, Ware in the first, Carpenter (bust but a position we needed).
Chuuuch.

...speakin of Jenkins, he played like S*IT this year.
 01-03-2011, 12:50 PM         #84
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Dallas either goes OL DE or CB imo.
 7 years ago '06        #85
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 Lowkey18 said:
you guys will end up with either Prince or Solder imo
Drafting OT at #9 wont happen. If it did, we lost HARD.

Right now Castanzo, Carimi, Solder and Sherrod are pretty much neck and neck.

Sherrod is my favorite prospect but I dont think any of them should be taken before the mid teens.
 7 years ago '06        #86
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 texasplayboy_23 said:
Chuuuch.

...speakin of Jenkins, he played like S*IT this year.
Jenkins got the benefit of playing with a MUCH better pass rush last season (Ware leading the L in sacks is misleading as f**k). Our pass rush was nowhere near last years and we have a terrible safety tandem over the top which just spells disaster for a Corner like Jenkins whos that bump and run type of Corner. Doesnt help that Newman mentoring this kid with f**king Campo at Secondary coach is doing nothing but regressing him.
 01-03-2011, 01:08 PM         #87
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 eLLz said:
Jenkins got the benefit of playing with a MUCH better pass rush last season (Ware leading the L in sacks is misleading as f**k). Our pass rush was nowhere near last years and we have a terrible safety tandem over the top which just spells disaster for a Corner like Jenkins whos that bump and run type of Corner. Doesnt help that Newman mentoring this kid with f**king Campo at Secondary coach is doing nothing but regressing him.
Jenkins played like idiot this year never seen so many holds and stupid PIs whenever i seen Cowboys games this year.. very few i seen..
 7 years ago '06        #88
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 Lowkey18 said:
Jenkins played like idiot this year never seen so many holds and stupid PIs whenever i seen Cowboys games this year.. very few i seen..
Yeah, not trying to completely excuse the kid but hes just not that island type of Corner. Very few are though, the PI calls got him discouraged I think and it was all down hill from there. Last year he took chances and it went him way, this year it didnt. 2011 is a huge season for the kid and Im hoping we can add some pass rush and Safety help to help the kid get some swag back.

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 01-03-2011, 01:13 PM         #89
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 eLLz said:
Yeah, not trying to completely excuse the kid but hes just not that island type of Corner. Very few are though, the PI calls got him discouraged I think and it was all down hill from there. Last year he took chances and it went him way, this year it didnt. 2011 is a huge season for the kid and Im hoping we can add some pass rush and Safety help to help the kid get some swag back.
i like the kid though his attitude is a slight problem ive heard.. idk how true that is.
 01-03-2011, 01:22 PM         #90
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 eLLz said:
Yeah, not trying to completely excuse the kid but hes just not that island type of Corner. Very few are though, the PI calls got him discouraged I think and it was all down hill from there. Last year he took chances and it went him way, this year it didnt. 2011 is a huge season for the kid and Im hoping we can add some pass rush and Safety help to help the kid get some swag back.

A DC is MUCH needed too. Desperately
Yeah that's probably the highest priority above anything else.

 Lowkey18 said:
i like the kid though his attitude is a slight problem ive heard.. idk how true that is.
I know he definitely wasn't liking zone coverage, because that's what we ran the majority of the time after Wade got fired. Earlier in the season he wasn't goin 100% during some plays, so both things got me questioning his work ethic a little bit.
 01-03-2011, 01:26 PM         #91
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get it f**king done already and draft one

 7 years ago '04        #92
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Mock draft from SB Nation

1. Carolina Panthers (2-14): Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford (SO). Jimmy Clausen has done absolutely nothing in his rookie season that would prevent a new set of Panthers decision-makers from taking Luck, the consensus top prospect in the nation.

2. Denver Broncos (4-12): Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU (JR). Without the benefit of knowing how John Elway will help re-structure the Broncos, we'll simply give them the best player available. Peterson would fill a need and help prepare for the eventual departure of Champ Bailey.

3. Buffalo Bills (4-12): A.J. Green, WR, Georgia (JR). Buffalo certainly has bigger needs, but Bills GM Buddy Nix doesn't mind taking the best player, particularly in round one. A receiving corps featuring Green, Stevie Johnson and Lee Evans would keep defensive coordinators from sleeping well next season.

4. Cincinnati Bengals (4-12): Da'Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson (JR). Too cheap to take a franchise-type quarterback in the Top 5, the Bengals will settle for the draft's best pass rusher to pair up with freshman sensation Carlos Dunlap (9.5 sacks as a rookie in 2010).

5. Arizona Cardinals (5-11): Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska (SR). This is another team that will likely be monetarily averse to taking a risky QB prospect this early. Amukamara is a rock-solid cornerback prospect that would pair up well with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.

6. Cleveland Browns (5-11): Julio Jones, WR, Alabama (JR). It's still tough to get a good read on Cleveland's drafting tendencies with Mike Holmgren in town. We do know this: the Browns desperately need targets for Colt McCoy, and Jones is a fantastic fit for the West Coast Offense.

7. San Francisco 49ers (6-10): Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn (JR). The 49ers will have a new GM and a new head coach, so it's unclear precisely what direction they'll take at this point in time. Fairley is a safe a.ssumption here, as he's near best-available quality and strengthens an already-solid 49ers defense.

8. Tennessee Titans (6-10): Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama (JR). The Titans may take a hard look at the top available quarterbacks, but they'll have a hard time passing on a stud defensive lineman like Dareus to let the NFL's best defensive line coach, Jim Washburn, turn him into a star.

9. Dallas Cowboys (6-10): Robert Quinn, OLB, North Carolina (JR). As Jason Garrett will remain Dallas' head coach, it's likely that they'll look to upgrade their defense early. Quinn is a high-upside pass rusher to groom as a potential successor to the solid, not spectacular Anthony Spencer.

10. Washington Redskins (6-10): J.J. Watt, DE, Wisconsin (JR). Mike Shanahan will take a long, hard look at the top quarterback prospects available, but with such a peculiar taste in signal-callers, we feel safer projecting a stud defensive linemen to Jim Haslett. Watt's stock is soaring.

11. Houston Texans (6-10): Brandon Harris, CB, Miami-FL (JR). This isn't exactly a secret: if Gary Kubiak plans to coach the Texans beyond the 2011 season, he needs to do whatever is necessary to improve his awful defense. A solid CB prospect would help him accomplish that.

12. Minnesota Vikings (6-10): Cam Newton, QB, Auburn (JR). Let's just say that we actually believe Brett Favre this time around. Minnesota is going to be in the market for a franchise quarterback, and they won't be afraid to gamble a little on a high-upside player like the Heisman Trophy winner.

13. Detroit Lions (6-10): Janoris Jenkins, CB, Florida (JR). Jim Schwartz and company are doing an outstanding job turning the Lions around, and they're doing so by drafting quality players. Jenkins would add to that reputation, and help shore up what is still a rather awful pass defense.

14. St. Louis Rams (7-9): Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame (JR). If you missed the Rams' Sunday Night Clunker in which they lost the NFC West, you probably noticed that Sam Bradford got zero help from his undermanned receiving corps. Receiver is a rather massive need in St. Louis.

15. Miami Dolphins (7-9): Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama (JR). If Tony Sparano and Dan Henning find a way to survive Miami's late-season collapse, they'll focus on improving their team's bread and butter: the running game. Without a quality linemen of value here, the Dolphins add by far the best runner available.

16. Jacksonville Jaguars (8-8): Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State (SO). This team hovers on the edge of playoff contention yet again, but can't get there because of their lack of offensive firepower. Adding a sophomore with 111 catches and 20 touchdowns in one season seems like an OK idea.

17. New England Patriots (f/OAK): Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State (SR). Heyward isn't particularly scheme versatile, but he's a heck of a tough football player. If anyone can find a home for Heyward in his scheme, it's Bill Belichick. The rich get richer.

18. San Diego Chargers (9-7): Cameron Jordan, DE, California (SR). How does a team lead the NFL in offense and defense, yet miss the playoffs? We digress; Cameron Jordan is an excellent fit in the Chargers' defensive system, and absent a good pass rusher being available, made the most sense to us here.

19. New York Giants (10-6): Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA (JR). Despite their latest late-season collapse, the Giants still have a ton of talent on the defensive side of the football. They do need to upgrade at OLB, however, and Ayers has the coverage ability to excel in Perry Fewell's zone schemes.

20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (10-6): Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa (SR). Tampa Bay improved from 3-13 in 2009 to 10-6 in 2010 under Raheem Morris; to say this youthful team is headed in the right direction would be an understatement. Clayborn is the best available player at a position of need. Win-win.

21. Seattle Seahawks (7-9): Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas (JR). Sorry, Charlie Whitehurst. You may have helped the Seahawks win the NFC West, but yeah, you're not the long-term answer for Pete Carroll. Mallett's a nice value selection at this point, and could be a good system quarterback in the NFL.

22. Kansas City Chiefs (10-6): Jonathan Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh (JR). Dwayne Bowe has been several kinds of awesome this season, but he'll be a free agent following the 2011 season, and he's the only receiver opponents need to pay attention to. Baldwin has excellent natural talent.

23. Indianapolis Colts (10-6): Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State (SR). Enough is enough, Bill Polian - it's time to do some serious re-tooling to that offensive line. Not even Peyton Manning can withstand constant protection breakdowns. Sherrod is a nice fit for Indy's offensive blocking scheme, and could start immediately.

24. Philadelphia Eagles (10-6): Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State (SR). When all else fails, the Eagles draft defensive tackles with their first pick (see: Mike Patterson, Brodrick Bunkley, Trevor Laws). Paea is the best value here, and a better pick than reaches at bigger areas of need.

25. Green Bay Packers (10-6): Justin Houston, OLB, Georgia (JR). Dom Capers is creative enough to generate pressure simply with good scheming, but when it comes to Packers pass rushers, it's Clay Matthews or bust. Houston would help diversify Capers' play-calling arsenal.

26. New Orleans Saints (11-5): Greg Jones, OLB, Michigan State (SR). The Saints don't have a lot of glaring weaknesses, but linebacker is one of them. Jones is a good athlete and an active, diversely skilled player that could start on the weak side, and also has the experience inside to spell Jonathan Vilma from time to time.

27. Chicago Bears (11-5): Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College (SR). We love Jay Cutler, but we're pretty sure Jay Cutler doesn't love getting drilled into the turf a dozen times per game. Chicago needs an immediate O-Line contributor badly; Castonzo topped our list in that department.

28. New York Jets (11-5): Allen Bailey, DE, Miami-FL (SR). Rex Ryan prefers (easy joke redacted), and also doesn't mind adding pass rushers and cornerbacks with his draft picks. But Bailey is a stout run defender that fits very well into Ryan's system; he'd be an excellent value selection here.

29. Baltimore Ravens (12-4): Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado (SR). Again, this is a team that doesn't have a lot of glaring weaknesses, but their depth in the defensive backfield was severely tested in 2010, to say the least. Ozzie Newsome could do a lot worse than adding a big, physical corner to his roster.

30. Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4): Mike Pouncey, OG, Florida (SR). Brother Maurkice is already a Steeler, and apparently, he let the cat out of the bag: the Steelers like Mike, as well. For a team still in need of fine-tuning their offensive front, adding a second Pouncey makes a great deal of sense.

31. Atlanta Falcons (13-3): Jurrell Casey, DT, USC (JR). The imperfect Falcons have a couple of glaring weaknesses despite being the NFC's best regular season team (OT, WR), but Casey is too good to pass up here. The Falcons can definitely upgrade their three-tech DT spot, where Peria Jerry has been a disappointment.

32. New England Patriots (14-2): Marcus Cannon, OG, TCU (SR). If New England doesn't flip their No. 17 overall pick for four more picks in the Top 20 in the 2012 NFL Draft, then they'll probably do so with this pick. We won't project trades, however, so we'll give the Pats a rising O-Line prospect that could start right away at right guard.
 7 years ago '10        #93
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@ whoever made the comment about trading draft picks to get Luck in SF(i think)...with the QB issues the Panthers have why would they even think about passing up on the oportunity to get Luck???
 01-03-2011, 01:32 PM         #94
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strongly disagree with Watts.. id much rather trade back a few times pick up extra 3rds and maybe a 4th.
 01-03-2011, 01:34 PM         #95
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f**k Ingram man. We need a QB with touch, a SPEED back, hopefully Noel Devine in another round, athletic TE, G/C
 7 years ago '08        #96
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5. Arizona Cardinals (5-11): Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska (SR).



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 7 years ago '07        #97
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 Main Event said:
Fitz has already said he's not leaving this year and just wants to know we're going to be competitve aka we'll get a QB thats his main worry. We play in the NFC we dont need an Elite QB were good

If he left he'd go to New England though
what makes you say this?
 01-03-2011, 01:53 PM         #98
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Blaine will be good right now hes in spread offense but posses all the qb qualities needed. Mobility,arm,iq (barring that poor throw in bowl), size, he can determine a coverage b4 the snap and make changes without looking to sideline(doesn't do it often but is able to).

blaine imo is 2nd best qb in this class.
 01-03-2011, 01:56 PM         #99
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if Bailey goes to the Jets, as a Canes and Dolphins fan I'm gonna be i dont think he's gonna wanna be a 3-4 end tho
 7 years ago '08        #100
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 keithbm1111 said:
what makes you say this?
Wants to win, Pats give him the best option if he dipped

 all3rd said:
Hmm Kebler Elf Mcshay says Blaine Gabbert pick 5 by the Cardinals?

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