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Old 01-30-2006, 12:58 AM   #16
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I really like Sinorice. Plus, I think having Santana help him will only shorten his learning curve. I think having the two brothers would help them both push each other to improve.

If we don't get Sinorice, I think maybe Jeremy Bloom on day 2 could be good. In ESPN the Magazine, he claimed that after Torino he was going to go to the combine and run a 4.2. It was really BS that the NCAA wouldn't let him play in college.
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Old 01-30-2006, 02:18 AM   #17
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Here some guys from the Senior Bowl that ESPN projects into the second round that we might look at:

DB Daniel Bullocks 6-0 205 Nebraska Very fluid, athletic and tough. Good player. (Round 2)
I think this guys with ST would be a GREAT combo, even though Safety isn't a "NEED"

DB Anthony Smith 6-0 194 Syracuse Tough. Alert. Adequate coverage skills. Excellent week. (Round 2) I like him better then Blackmon (better cover skills)

WR Maurice Stovall 6-4 236 Notre Dame Big. Physical. Good hands. (Round 2)
Could complement Moss and Patten Well!!!!!

LB Abdul Hodge 6-1 231 Iowa Strong against the run. Flows and diagnoses well. (Round 2 or 3) I would like this guy for LB depth no matter what we do with Lavar.

DE Victor Adeyanju 6-4 265 Indiana Flashes pass-rush ability. (Day 2) Here is our SLEEPER for 3rd down passing situations.

CB Cedric Griffin 6-1 190 Texas Has ability. Tough. Aggressive. Played off too much. (Late Day 1) With this prediction he could fall to us. little bigger then the other CB's i posted.

CB Kelly Jennings 5-11 180 Miami Solid corner. Good technique. Experienced. (Round 2 or 3) I like his background to play with Talyor, and have Moss and Portis get him up to speed.

DL Brodrick Bunkley 6-2 286 Florida State Powerful pass-rusher. Good player. (Round 2) We might want to take a hard look at this kid if he falls to us???

DE Manny Lawson 6-4 230 NC State Natural pass-rusher. Good special-teams player. (Round 2) From earlier posts, i think alot of us like him already...i'm still not sure he will fall that far in the 2nd though....


What do you guys think of the list??????
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Old 01-30-2006, 11:14 AM   #18
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WR Moss - if he's there we gotta take him
WR Stovall - fastest big guy, a little down on him cause samardjza lined up across from him and is crazy good.

TE - Byrd - looked good blocking in senior bowl and is probably faster than cooley with just as good pass catching skills.

G/T - Spencer - both these guys are athletic and could be cheap insurance
G/T - Joseph

QB - whitehurst - 3rd QB, projected 5th round pick with lots of upside, has arm strength, already good in short passing.

S - Robinson - great football player with no position, but worth a flyer in the 6th.

DE - hali - great player that'll 99% be gone by our first pick
DE - lawson - pretty good talent

DT - tapp - need to bulk up, not fast enough or strong enough to play DE right now, a move might make him great since he's a slow DE, but a very fast DT with great initial burst.

LB - D'Qwell Jackson - might be overkill for a backup nad i got no idea where he's going, but he'll make a good pro.

I'd still rather get kampman at DE in free agency and pick up a WR, though i'd still consider drafting a WR even if we pick one up in FA.
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Do you guys think it'll be an either/or situation? Meaning that we have to take a WR or DE in FA and then draft whatever we didn't get? I can see us being able to sign a decent WR and DE in FA. We could then use the picks on a DE project or WR project that won't affect us so much if they don't work out.
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Do you guys think it'll be an either/or situation? Meaning that we have to take a WR or DE in FA and then draft whatever we didn't get? I can see us being able to sign a decent WR and DE in FA. We could then use the picks on a DE project or WR project that won't affect us so much if they don't work out.
i think it depends on how much they cost. a #2 WR is pretty cheap, but if the skins try for a big name DE, they'll have another terrible cap problem next year as well.
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Do you guys think it'll be an either/or situation? Meaning that we have to take a WR or DE in FA and then draft whatever we didn't get? I can see us being able to sign a decent WR and DE in FA. We could then use the picks on a DE project or WR project that won't affect us so much if they don't work out.

The motto for our FO is to look into FA first!

There have been some pretty good observations from all of the above posters.

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Do you guys think it'll be an either/or situation? Meaning that we have to take a WR or DE in FA and then draft whatever we didn't get? I can see us being able to sign a decent WR and DE in FA. We could then use the picks on a DE project or WR project that won't affect us so much if they don't work out.
I think this will all come down to cap space and how much we clear...It will also depend if we let Wynn go or not. If we keep him, it would be better to draft a PassRusher behind him, then kill Cap to sign a FA. There are alot of WR out there in FA and this draft isn't the deepest for WR's. Also the type of WR we need would be better served if he has experience, so we know they can go across the middle...which leads me to think we go FA for WR and Draft for DE...What do you guys think?
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neither drafted DEs nor WRs have immediate impacts... so if we're trying to go all the way we'd need to FA the DE (the DEs left at pick 24 in round 2 (52 overall) aren't going to be instant starters or upgrades over what we have until they have at least a year to learn), or forgo an upgrade there... its not super ultra important, but in the playoffs it would be. Wynn can play DT, so if the skins are still super high on him, he still has a place too.

I think if you got byrd or moss with the #2 they could come in and help day 1. Otherwise you could always take spencer as a stud backup G/T and possible upgrade to dockery.
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