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Old 04-24-2009, 01:55 PM   #46
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If we stay at #13 and Orapko is gone I'd expect us to trade down, maybe twice (Jets or Bucs for Freeman at #13 and once more into the late 1st). Imagine the outcry from the fans if we actually accumulate picks!!!
I like getting extra picks and all, but I haven't seen much reason to trust our talent evaluation later on, though the 13th pick really isn't a strong position, whoever we could get there we could probably get at 18 or 19, or someone just as good, the first round talent just isn't that deep it seems and really drops off around our pick, save maybe the USC LBs but who knows. We've only pulled a couple guys in the 2nd and mid rounds worth much of a mention.
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So I can celebrate everytime he throws a TD by doing the "Dirty Sanchez"!!

Urban Dictionary: dirty sanchez
Just do it with bean dip (this isn't a racist remark, just looks like poop and is typical gameday fare)
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Just do it with bean dip (this isn't a racist remark, just looks like poop and is typical gameday fare)
Sweet!! Then if we draft him many fans will be doing the "Dirty Sanchez" nationwide, forget the wave. The new trend is doing the "Dirty Sanchez".
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I like getting extra picks and all, but I haven't seen much reason to trust our talent evaluation later on, though the 13th pick really isn't a strong position, whoever we could get there we could probably get at 18 or 19, or someone just as good, the first round talent just isn't that deep it seems and really drops off around our pick, save maybe the USC LBs but who knows. We've only pulled a couple guys in the 2nd and mid rounds worth much of a mention.
To the contrary, we actually have a nice track record in the 1st 3 rounds, it's the mid rounds we traditionally miss on.
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I like getting extra picks and all, but I haven't seen much reason to trust our talent evaluation later on, though the 13th pick really isn't a strong position, whoever we could get there we could probably get at 18 or 19, or someone just as good, the first round talent just isn't that deep it seems and really drops off around our pick, save maybe the USC LBs but who knows. We've only pulled a couple guys in the 2nd and mid rounds worth much of a mention.
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Just do it with bean dip (this isn't a racist remark, just looks like poop and is typical gameday fare)
Mark Sanchez...bean dip joke...you racist!
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To the contrary, we actually have a nice track record in the 1st 3 rounds, it's the mid rounds we traditionally miss on.
Cooley, Dockery (not unheard of to get a decent guard in the third), and Jansen are the only ones I can think of in the past 10 years. I'm sure I'm forgetting some drafts, maybe you could say Smoot was a good 2nd round pick.
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Mark Sanchez...bean dip joke...you racist!
GOT ME! hah
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Cooley, Dockery (not unheard of to get a decent guard in the third), and Jansen are the only ones I can think of in the past 10 years. I'm sure I'm forgetting some drafts, maybe you could say Smoot was a good 2nd round pick.
Well we hadn't had many 2nd and 3rd round picks this decade (9 combined excluding last year) and the only clear whiffs were Rashad Bauman, Cliff Russell and Taylor Jacobs and those were all in '02 & '03. Cooley, Dockery, Betts, Smoot, McIntosh all turned into solid pros.

We've done ok, I'd argue, in the 5th and 6th round with contributors (at one time) Robert Royal, Montgomery, Doughty, Golston, Blades and future HOF, Super Bowl MVP, President of the World Colt Brennan.

I didn't realize how terribly we've drafted for the past 20 YEARS until looking at this history. Our issues pre-date Snyderatto. Let's not be fooled into believing that we're just starting to suck at drafting (for those that feel that way), we're professionally bad.
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Re: Reasons for drafting Sanchez

Speed, leadership, college system, football IQ, accuracy, fire. I love Campbell's class. It's just that class doesn't fire up your teammates in the 4th quarter with the game on the line.
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Re: Reasons for drafting Sanchez

That quick release combined with his ability to anticipate really will be valuable in the pros.
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Speed, leadership, college system, football IQ, accuracy, fire. I love Campbell's class. It's just that class doesn't fire up your teammates in the 4th quarter with the game on the line.
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Old 04-24-2009, 04:03 PM   #58
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Just get into the game Campbell. Show some fire and maybe no-one would question you. Two minute offense your slow. 4th down you throw short of the first. He never ever shows emotion(even when he was trying to be traded).
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I've accepted it seems inevitable, I'm just saying F it, put us out of our misery already. It's not like we have any control.
Very true. But we certainly act like it with all these threads.
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Re: Reasons for drafting Sanchez

Jets Interested in Campbell
Posted by Aaron Wilson on April 24, 2009, 10:01 a.m.

The Washington Redskinsí pursuit of USC quarterback Mark Sanchez may trigger a ripple effect that could send Redskins starter Jason Campbell in a trade to the quarterback-needy New York Jets, according to David Elfin of the Washington Times.

That is, if the Redskins are able to trade up from the 13th overall pick to acquire Sanchez, who is rapidly emerging as the wild card of the upper half of the first round with several teams in the chase.

The Jets are interested in Campbell, who has signaled that he wants out of Washington if they draft a quarterback, as a fallback option if they are unable to land Sanchez themselves. New York currently holds the No. 17 pick.

Redskins executive Vinny Cerrato dismissed the notion that he has spoken to the Jets regarding Campbell.

Through their actions, the Redskins have made it clear that they want to upgrade at quarterback. Their interest in Sanchez follows an unsuccessful offseason bid for Jay Cutler, who was traded to the Chicago Bears by the Denver Broncos.
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