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Old 02-17-2006, 01:51 PM   #16
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Re: Age old Question

Future Pro Bowl WR Anquan Boldin was also still on the board when we picked Taylor Jacobs.
I do not like picking Wr's high in the draft. Productive WR's and RB's can be found in the lower rounds and free agency, more so than any other position.
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Old 02-17-2006, 02:57 PM   #17
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Future Pro Bowl WR Anquan Boldin was also still on the board when we picked Taylor Jacobs.
I do not like picking Wr's high in the draft. Productive WR's and RB's can be found in the lower rounds and free agency, more so than any other position.
DBs too... and its simply because its not an all or nothing position. You can be a #3 RB and sstill get meaningful carries. whereas a #3 RDE or MLB are worthless cause they'll never see the field. WR #4 matches up on a #4 CB, so they don't have to compete against top tier OTs immmediately (or ever).
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Old 02-21-2006, 04:24 PM   #18
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To make this more relevant to the Redskins - how pissed would you be if the Skins failed to address the needs at wr and de through free agency and then on draft day grabbed a rb in the 2nd round? We could end up fielding the same team with the same problems next year.

To answer your question JAMF - I never like trading up. You never know when a 7th (Frerottre) might out play a 1st (Shuler). As far as picks go, the more the better (now if I could only sell the Skins on this).
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Old 02-21-2006, 04:46 PM   #19
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I think that player you're talking about is Mike Doss. Strong safety out of Ohio State who now plays for the Colts.
What you left out is that he is a beast SS for the Colts. Couldn't have used that guy...

I have been pretty pissed that they didn't Doss since that day. But, hey, what can you do?
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Old 02-23-2006, 05:30 PM   #20
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Doss and Taylor...................sounds nice. But I'd rather have Jacobs...........not.
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I feel like this is the reason that the Texans probably shouldn't draft Reggie Bush. Of course he was fantastic in college, but that team has much more glaring needs and a decent running back in Dominic Davis. I know its been said 1000 times, but why wouldn't they trade that pick to get more players (ie, O-linemen)?
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i feel the same. Texans should keep Davis and try to get someplayers that can protect the QB!!! But they won't and then they will wonder why the still suck. i guess Casserly doesn't remember that O-Line is why the Skins won while he was with this organization.
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they might end up trading down... but no one wants to be the guy that passes on barry sanders. davis is hurt alot, that's a legitimate knock on him. With bush, davis can still help as the #2 and as a WR.

LT was worth it, if bush is a good then maybe he can make up for a crap oline and keep people keyed on him, which would help carr stay upright. Its a tough call and i guess it depends on the offer you get to move down.
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