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Old 03-26-2008, 07:02 PM   #16
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Re: espn on the clock, wed.@6

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Old 03-26-2008, 07:05 PM   #17
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Re: espn on the clock, wed.@6

nothing we havent all talked about on here, they mentioned that Mix is getting a chance, said our obvious needs. Kiper said Linas s. is a reach and should go round 2 becuase he hasnt played since October and didnt look smooth in practice. And Harvey would be a good pick

and that 'itll be nice to hear the redskins name on draft day"
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Old 03-26-2008, 10:01 PM   #18
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Doesn't ANYONE think we need to take a wide receiver in the 1st round?? What are your thoughts about that? Sweed? Kelly? Thomas? Jackson? Hardy? Doucet? I honestly don't know why, but my heart is set on getting a wide receiver in the 1st round. Some of you have said Jordy Nelson in the 2nd round...maybe that is their plans instead. Kiper still has us grabbing Talib in the 1st- my heart and brain tell me that is a BIG mistake. Cromartie or Cason is a better pick than that at Cornerback.

I have an idea. We should set a date...maybe April 24th or so and everyone should submit their draft projections...1-7th rounds. You get 1 point if you guess right for the 1st round...2 points for the 2nd round and so on...highest point total wins the honor of being named "Redskin Draft Guru" for 2008. I offer to tally everyone's projected lists and post them here.
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Old 03-26-2008, 11:17 PM   #19
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Re: espn on the clock, wed.@6

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Doesn't ANYONE think we need to take a wide receiver in the 1st round?? What are your thoughts about that? Sweed? Kelly? Thomas? Jackson? Hardy? Doucet? I honestly don't know why, but my heart is set on getting a wide receiver in the 1st round. Some of you have said Jordy Nelson in the 2nd round...maybe that is their plans instead. Kiper still has us grabbing Talib in the 1st- my heart and brain tell me that is a BIG mistake. Cromartie or Cason is a better pick than that at Cornerback.

I have an idea. We should set a date...maybe April 24th or so and everyone should submit their draft projections...1-7th rounds. You get 1 point if you guess right for the 1st round...2 points for the 2nd round and so on...highest point total wins the honor of being named "Redskin Draft Guru" for 2008. I offer to tally everyone's projected lists and post them here.
Lol, you can't say 'some of you' have said Jordy in the 2nd round because thats all on me. Right now I'm starting to get the vibe that the Skins might not address the recieving position with their first 4 picks. In fact the only way would be if Jordy sliped to them in the third, which is possible, but I don't know how likely that scenario is.

It's very possible that a lot of those recievers you mentioned could slip to the early 2nd round like Rice and Jarret did last year so a slide like that could prevent teams from reaching on a guy like Jordy leaving him wide open for us to pickup in the third round, which for me would be a dream come true, given that one of the first two picks was a G like Rachel or Albert.

My dream scenario would be

1st - Branden Albert - G - UVA
2nd - Reggie Nelson - CB/S - Oklahoma
3rd - Jordy Nelson or Dre Moore
3rd comp - Wallace Gilberry - DE - Alabama

Oh yeah, ESPN has uploaded the segment
ESPN - NFL Football Teams, Scores, Stats, News, Standings, Rumors - National Football League
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Old 03-26-2008, 11:34 PM   #20
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Re: espn on the clock, wed.@6

Here's a link to the package Washington Redskins On the Clock - ESPN Video

I can't see us coming away from the 1st 2 rounds without a WR pick.. From what I see that's our #1 need..
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Old 03-27-2008, 06:16 AM   #21
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Re: espn on the clock, wed.@6

manningham? weak.

how about f'ing harvey. that guys a beast and has a very very remote chance of making to 21, but he's the 3rd best DE in the draft (and a pretty safe pick, though gholston and long are true monsters) and he'd be a #10-18 type pick in basically any draft year.
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Old 03-27-2008, 11:49 AM   #22
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Re: espn on the clock, wed.@6

I can't believe they mentioned Anthony Mix in the segment.
He has three catches in three seasons!!! What's the friggin fascination!

Anyway, I'd LOVE to have Derrick Harvey. I was psyched when he committed to the Gators 3 years ago, and I'd love to see him come home to DC. He and Carter as bookend pass rushers would be just sick. Unfortunately I don't think he'll be around at 21. Carolina wants him at 13.
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Old 03-27-2008, 12:11 PM   #23
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Re: espn on the clock, wed.@6

Mix does have a successful history with Campbell and impressed a lot of people on Special Teams last year.

He's a safer bet than a draft pick at WR in my opinion.

I don't think WR is our greatest need. We could use depth on the O-line and D-line, secondary depth, maybe a starter at safety, possibly a QB to backup Campbell for the future (Collins can't play too much longer).


If Mix works out, we have at least 5 capable WRs.

Moss, Randel El, Mix, McCardell, Thrash (remember the Philly game last season, he can still play when healthy).
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