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Old 04-14-2009, 01:05 PM   #1
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Old 04-14-2009, 02:54 PM   #2
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Ugh, Mel Kiper sounds like Mike Florio insisting that the Redskins will take Mark Sanchez.
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Old 04-14-2009, 03:03 PM   #3
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I've heard M. Oher on Sirius several times now. He really comes across well. I am definitely hoping that we get him at 13
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Old 04-14-2009, 03:23 PM   #4
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I wouldn't mind him, but I heard he's really dumb which can be a problem learning an NFL playbook where to block etc
But when you listen to him speak and answer questions(on the radio), he comes off no worse than any other draft candidate, and I would say he comes off impressive - but that is i am sure a bias cuz i'ld like to see him on our team. In fact I heard our DB Tryon on the Redskins show on comcast and he sounded far worse then any interview i've heard Oher give.
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Old 04-14-2009, 03:31 PM   #5
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I wouldn't mind him, but I heard he's really dumb which can be a problem learning an NFL playbook where to block etc
Let him play RT for awhile and slowly learn. Then when Samuels retires Oher can slide over to the left. Maybe get him a playbook tutor as well.
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Let him play RT for awhile and slowly learn. Then when Samuels retires Oher can slide over to the left. Maybe get him a playbook tutor as well.
Word...Oher or Rey would make the draft for me. On the other hand if we find a way to trade down and get one of these guys or Britton later in the 1st and a 2nd rounder on the way I'd be ecstatic. Time for Vinny to earn his keep.
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Word...Oher or Rey would make the draft for me. On the other hand if we find a way to trade down and get one of these guys or Britton later in the 1st and a 2nd rounder on the way I'd be ecstatic. Time for Vinny to earn his keep.
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Oher at #13. Perfect. It needs to happen. You can't overstate how important the O Line is, and a potential LT is a high 1st rounder.
But how about this, if Duke Robinson is sitting there in the middle of the second round, I think he is worth trading up for. Somewhere around #50, before Philly and Dallas, I'd HATE it if he wound up playing for either! Robinson is 1st round talent, a bad mf, and having him and Oher on the right side would instantly make our running game somewhat nasty. We need to get that young, serious OL talent in there while Joe Bugel is still here to teach them. Heck, trade up for Alex Mack, too, for all I care.
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Oher didn't allow a sack all season at LT in the SEC. That is really all I need to know about him. Sign him up.
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Good news, but this doesn't change the FO's opinions.. I just really hope that Redskins will draft Oher (my #1 choice) or other T such as A. Smith or whoever else..

As for trading up for Duke Robinson- I would not mind that at all, but if we trade up to 2nd round, I would prefer us to draft Mack (if he somehow dropped down) or Unger.. Duke is definitely good player, no questions; it still doesn't stop the fact that we signed Dockery and we have Rhinehart and David Clark (who Vinny appears is in love with) waiting in the wing.. Therefore, Duke probably would be a "waste" pick when we already have other pressing needs..
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Good news, but this doesn't change the FO's opinions.. I just really hope that Redskins will draft Oher (my #1 choice) or other T such as A. Smith or whoever else..

As for trading up for Duke Robinson- I would not mind that at all, but if we trade up to 2nd round, I would prefer us to draft Mack (if he somehow dropped down) or Unger.. Duke is definitely good player, no questions; it still doesn't stop the fact that we signed Dockery and we have Rhinehart and David Clark (who Vinny appears is in love with) waiting in the wing.. Therefore, Duke probably would be a "waste" pick when we already have other pressing needs..
Yeah, if Alex Mack slipped to the second, I'd trade up for him too, but most are projecting him to go late 1st rd, we'd probably have to give up next year's #1.
I think Duke is head and shoulders above what we have at RG now, and is projected to be a pro bowl level beast. And probably a mid 2nd rd. How I wish we still had that Jason Taylor pick. If he re-signs with the Fins, it would be swell if they just gave that pick back to us.
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Oher didn't allow a sack all season at LT in the SEC. That is really all I need to know about him. Sign him up.
Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, to much SEC love. I mean thats definately a good thing (not allowing a sack), but I take the SEC part with a grain of salt. What I think works for him though being an SEC guy is definitely knowing that his run blocking is top notch.
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Oher at #13. Perfect. It needs to happen. You can't overstate how important the O Line is, and a potential LT is a high 1st rounder.
But how about this, if Duke Robinson is sitting there in the middle of the second round, I think he is worth trading up for. Somewhere around #50, before Philly and Dallas, I'd HATE it if he wound up playing for either! Robinson is 1st round talent, a bad mf, and having him and Oher on the right side would instantly make our running game somewhat nasty. We need to get that young, serious OL talent in there while Joe Bugel is still here to teach them. Heck, trade up for Alex Mack, too, for all I care.
What are we trading to move up twice?
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Oher didn't allow a sack all season at LT in the SEC. That is really all I need to know about him. Sign him up.

Mr Oher come on down!!!!!!!! I will puke if we take Sanchez. That would be a major blow to JC. First the Cutler crap then that. Sorry, but you don't draft a QB in the first round to be a backup. Oher is the man I hope!!!!!! IF not him then the next best T available. Shoot ev en a G would make me happy, as long as we finally address our needs only for a change.
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Just because he can talk fluently doesn't mean that he's not dumb ...I went to school with people who could talk like a lawyer but pronounce words in a book like the kid from billy Madison (tata TODAY JUNIOR!!)
And I agree that tryon does talk like he's got a stutter or something
Ok, but I am talking about his responses to solid questions by Gil Brandt and the other guy. They ask position questions about blocking, his passion, his business sense as it relates to football. And the responses don't sound canned, or rehearsed, but pretty good and thoughtful. I could be wrong, haven't met the kid etc, but we could do a lot worse (Sanchez) than getting this guy.
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