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Old 04-26-2009, 06:17 PM   #571
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yeah. I know. I am just disappointed that, with a top 10 defense and one of the lowest scoring offenses in the league, we didnt take a few more shots on that side of the ball.

Think about it, other than Dockery, every significant offseason aquisition has been on the defensive side of the ball. Haynesworth, Hall, Orakpo, Barnes. Sure it had its issues late in the game, but was our defense THAT bad?!?!
I understand what you are saying. But I offer this: in the draft we simply weren't going to be able to fill all 3 holes at OT, DE, and LB. Filling two of those holes through the draft would be a good draft. If Orakpo is the real deal, we filled one hole. If one of those LB's turns out to be the next Horton, we filled two holes. And let's face it, by drafting 2 LB's we are increasing the chance that at least one of the LB's works out.

Over the course of the next few months, vet OT's should appear on the market. We could nab one of them and perhaps be in good shape. Or maybe Heyer, Rinehart, or Williams is quietly having a monster offseason and next year will be much, much better than before. All is not lost for the offense.
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Old 04-26-2009, 06:29 PM   #572
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I agree wit Gus I think the 3 no-brainers are setting up Williams to fail and looking forward to 2010 as the lions will end up with the first pick again and will not be intersted in a QB and willing to trade and that's when Snyder creams in his pants and puts on his knee pads.
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I agree wit Gus I think the 3 no-brainers are setting up Williams to fail and looking forward to 2010 as the lions will end up with the first pick again and will not be intersted in a QB and willing to trade and that's when Snyder creams in his pants and puts on his knee pads.
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Old 04-26-2009, 06:36 PM   #574
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10 picks till our next one...
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Old 04-26-2009, 06:38 PM   #575
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yeah. I know. I am just disappointed that, with a top 10 defense and one of the lowest scoring offenses in the league, we didnt take a few more shots on that side of the ball.

Think about it, other than Dockery, every significant offseason aquisition has been on the defensive side of the ball. Haynesworth, Hall, Orakpo, Barnes. Sure it had its issues late in the game, but was our defense THAT bad?!?!
Well I guess added pressure for the offensive players taken in last year's draft (the WRs, Fred Davis, and Rineheart)
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Old 04-26-2009, 06:40 PM   #576
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^^ Bet he's gone or, if not, we don't pick him.
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Old 04-26-2009, 06:45 PM   #577
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I'm calling a tight end or QB
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ok, given that we did not do any OL help in this draft, and we all know we need more youth/skill there, how should we get that. I know cobracai is high on Levi Jones from Cinci, I second that. Any other names that might be out there?
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Old 04-26-2009, 06:50 PM   #579
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I wouldn't mind the RB Rashad Jennings...he's a monster. He could be a huge bruising back for us.
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ok, given that we did not do any OL help in this draft, and we all know we need more youth/skill there, how should we get that. I know cobracai is high on Levi Jones from Cinci, I second that. Any other names that might be out there?
Now that the Jags have loaded up at OT they may want to let Tony Pashos go. As well, since the Ravens got Oher, they may wish to turn the timeless Willie Anderson loose.
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Now that the Jags have loaded up at OT they may want to let Tony Pashos go. As well, since the Ravens got Oher, they may wish to turn the timeless Willie Anderson loose.
I think both Pashos and Levi Jones could be good pick ups. I'm hoping that Bugel sees something in Williams and Heyer and thats why we didn't take an OT. Also I think Kwame Harris is out there. I know he was a BUST in oakland but who isn't. He is young and talented and maybe could see what he can do in camp. Call me crazy but I think a change of scenery could really help him.
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Re: 2009 NFL Draft Chat/Discussion

Anybody else realize that the 7th we got from the Vikings for trading down was the same pick we gave them for Erasmus James?
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Anybody else realize that the 7th we got from the Vikings for trading down was the same pick we gave them for Erasmus James?
JLC said it in one of his posts awhile ago.
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Anybody else realize that the 7th we got from the Vikings for trading down was the same pick we gave them for Erasmus James?
lol, ya know I saw that it was the 13th, but it didn't click that thats why they had it.
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and the next pick is...
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