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Old 01-12-2006, 02:15 PM   #16
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wilson (the "other" OL) has been gone since final cuts months and months ago... tupa may be back, but he's also 40 now (though 44 year olds have been useful as punters). Hall after being injured 2 years in a row could bounce back, but he could also be at the end of his career.
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Old 01-12-2006, 02:32 PM   #17
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We might be able to watch the Free Agency mkt to get a vet WR. I agree with a lot of you on this thread that it is hard to get a good Rookie WR to perform in his first year. Draft DE. Go get a new punter via FA as well. Cut Taylor Jacobs and see if Patten and maybe Farris are the answers at WR otherwise go find a big possesion guy to complement Moss.
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Old 01-12-2006, 02:37 PM   #18
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I'd like to see them keep Tupa, but I also think they should fake at least 50 % of their punts, so that may be clouding my judgement.

I agree with whoever said that it's risky to draft a WR. It's a position that requires alot of hard work and discipline. (T.O. for all his problems is legendary for his workout regimen) Better to get someone like Reggie Wayne who is already up to speed.

Draft needs as follows:

1. Guard/Center
2. Defensive End
3. Cornerback
4. Take a chance on a few recievers and see if any dazzle.
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Old 01-12-2006, 02:52 PM   #19
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I don't think the skins will use their first pick on defense. GW probably could turn a later round pick into a system guy.

Just for speculation...If the skins went WR, how about this guy from Notre Dame, Jeff Samardiza (spelling?). I don't follow that much college, but i think he is a jr and i don't know if he is going to declare for the draft. I want to say, he is about 6'6" and can fly. I've watched several ND games (since there on nbc) and he really seems like he has good/great hands and is ready for the next level. He would seem to me a great compliment to Moss and Patten. Any thoughts?
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Old 01-12-2006, 03:21 PM   #20
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I generally don't like rookie WRs. They are hit and miss, and take a long time to develop even when they're hits.

I'd rather see us get a WR via free agency and draft the other positions.
I agree. I'd like to see the Skins take a chance on 1 or 2 of these guys...

WIDE RECEIVERS

Reggie Wayne Colts 27
Koren Robinson Vikings 25
Keenan McCardell Chargers 35
Joe Jurevicius Seahawks 31
Antwaan Randle El Steelers 26

Wayne would probably cost big money, but he would be worth it. He would love the Redskins "U" movement. And would put up pretty good numbers opposite Moss.

Robinson will cost a lot less, and he looks like he has turned his career back around. He post some good numbers in MIN and probably doesn't want to go through the change over there. He would also be a very good option opposite Moss.

McCardell is getting up in years, but he has an uncanny connection with Brunell. I watched those two play together in JAX, reminds me of how Manning and Harrison seem to know what each other are thinking. As a possession receiver he would be solid. And after all Gibbs did draft him.

Jurevicius would be another good option as a possession receiver. His size would give Brunell an easy target for 1st downs and in the Red Zone.

Randle El would really help to open up our offense. We would be able to stretch the field from both sides. He is also very dangerious in the return game.
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Old 01-12-2006, 03:28 PM   #21
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I agree. I'd like to see the Skins take a chance on 1 or 2 of these guys...

WIDE RECEIVERS

Reggie Wayne Colts 27
Koren Robinson Vikings 25
Keenan McCardell Chargers 35
Joe Jurevicius Seahawks 31
Antwaan Randle El Steelers 26

Wayne would probably cost big money, but he would be worth it. He would love the Redskins "U" movement. And would put up pretty good numbers opposite Moss.

Robinson will cost a lot less, and he looks like he has turned his career back around. He post some good numbers in MIN and probably doesn't want to go through the change over there. He would also be a very good option opposite Moss.

McCardell is getting up in years, but he has an uncanny connection with Brunell. I watched those two play together in JAX, reminds me of how Manning and Harrison seem to know what each other are thinking. As a possession receiver he would be solid. And after all Gibbs did draft him.

Jurevicius would be another good option as a possession receiver. His size would give Brunell an easy target for 1st downs and in the Red Zone.

Randle El would really help to open up our offense. We would be able to stretch the field from both sides. He is also very dangerious in the return game.
Out of the one's on your list, which is good put together, I think the Skins would only consider Randle El (dual capability) and Wayne (I think Gibbs is pretty warm to guys from the "U", and I haven't heard anything negative about Wayne) We can count on Portis and the boys lobbying to get him in D.C.
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Old 01-12-2006, 03:50 PM   #22
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I think Dend and Tight end would make the biggest impact. And forgive me if i am biased because i go to UMD...but Vernon Davis (tight end MD) is going to be sooo disgustingly good when he comes into the league...i just wish we could find a way to get him on the skins. Having him and Cooley on the field at the same time plus Moss and a decent 2nd receiver (patten or Jacobs would prolly both be fine) would open things up soooooo much. And Portis would just run wild. How amazing that would be!
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Old 01-12-2006, 03:54 PM   #23
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I think Dend and Tight end would make the biggest impact. And forgive me if i am biased because i go to UMD...but Vernon Davis (tight end MD) is going to be sooo disgustingly good when he comes into the league...i just wish we could find a way to get him on the skins. Having him and Cooley on the field at the same time plus Moss and a decent 2nd receiver (patten or Jacobs would prolly both be fine) would open things up soooooo much. And Portis would just run wild. How amazing that would be!
V.Davis is good. Is he a Senior yet?

I think Jacobs is gone after this year.
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Old 01-12-2006, 04:00 PM   #24
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V.Davis is good. Is he a Senior yet?

I think Jacobs is gone after this year.

I think Davis is a JR, but already declared himself eligible for the draft. He'll be gone by the time we pick though.
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Old 01-12-2006, 04:02 PM   #25
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I think Davis is a JR, but already declared himself eligible for the draft. He'll be gone by the time we pick though.
Davis is a top 10 pick, i believe.
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Old 01-12-2006, 04:02 PM   #26
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Randle El would really help to open up our offense. We would be able to stretch the field from both sides. He is also very dangerious in the return game.
Ranlde El is intriguing. Another option might be to draft a guy like Hagans from UVa. He is a lot like Randle El. Decent college QB with good speed and maybe good hands. He'll play WR is the NFL if he has the hands. He played WR his sophomore year when they had Schaub so he has a little experience at it. His combine performance will tell where he goes but is almost certainly a 2nd day guy. A project but we're talkign about our 3rd WR right now probably so a project at the 3rd spot is ok.
I wouldn't draft a WR in the first round most years and this year is no different. OL and DL should be the focus early.
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Old 01-12-2006, 04:07 PM   #27
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jacobs isn't fine and last i heard VD is coming out and will be a high 1st rounder.

having two great TEs isn't going to help as much as having 2 great WRs, and i think a DE would make a bigger difference too. So even though he probably is a talent, i don't think he's the guy we really need.
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Old 01-12-2006, 04:10 PM   #28
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the last couple years there have been sure fire WRs (fitzgerald and edwards), but outside of those two, I don't remember any sure locks (and they both went in the top 3).

B lloyd of the 49ers will be free too i think, and he can make some circus catches, but i've also seen him alligator arm some... either way he could be a pretty cheap #2 or #3.
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the last couple years there have been sure fire WRs (fitzgerald and edwards), but outside of those two, I don't remember any sure locks (and they both went in the top 3).

B lloyd of the 49ers will be free too i think, and he can make some circus catches, but i've also seen him alligator arm some... either way he could be a pretty cheap #2 or #3.
Lloyd is RFA, I believe.
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Old 01-12-2006, 04:31 PM   #30
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I like to see if we could fill in that WR spot with free agent! Bryant out of the Browns could fit! We need OL and DL help along with another CB!
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