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Old 10-19-2009, 07:49 AM   #46
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Old 10-19-2009, 08:11 AM   #47
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Guys, we can build an O-line through free agency. We can get 3 all pros for the price of one overrated Haynesworth.

Couple of things:

1. Haynesworth is here and isn't going anywhere for at least 4 years
2. He isn't overrated. He was and is the most dominant force on the defensive line in the NFL
3. 12 million a year for this guy really isn't that bad. Think if you were paying Julius Peppers 18 million to loaf for 3 of the first 4 games of the season
4. The Haynesworth signing hurts Dallas because Ware is going to want even more
5. You are calling for Free Agency moves? Isn't that what got us here to begin with?
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Old 10-19-2009, 10:19 AM   #48
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Re: Texas vs. Oklahoma: Scouting our next QB?

I know he's not going to be available in this upcoming draft class but Tyrod Taylor is my 1st overall pick in 2011. My preferred Redskins recovery plan goes something like, retain JC for another season, utilize the picks in the next draft to procure as many Olinemen as possible and draft Tyrod Taylor to be the next franchise QB.

Easier said than done, I know, but its a launching point.
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Old 10-19-2009, 02:27 PM   #49
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Wasn't Joey T a ND QB?
So was Montana!
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I know he's not going to be available in this upcoming draft class but Tyrod Taylor is my 1st overall pick in 2011. My preferred Redskins recovery plan goes something like, retain JC for another season, utilize the picks in the next draft to procure as many Olinemen as possible and draft Tyrod Taylor to be the next franchise QB.

Easier said than done, I know, but its a launching point.
Sorry, i mean this respectably, but are you kidding about Tyrod Taylor? The guy is not a good passer. He'd be about 10 times worse than JC. He's not the best passer in the ACC. There was a serious discussion the other day on radio whether he was better than Jameel Sewell at VA. He is but not by much.
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Old 10-19-2009, 02:33 PM   #51
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We'll have a high first round pick, hopefully Top 5...so take Russell Okung or Trent Williams. If McCoy drops to the late first round...trade up to get him. He has adequate physical skills, is a proven leader and has the one thing this team needs in a Franchise signal caller...HEART!!! McCoy was hit almost 20 times in the OK game but kept fighting (even though his OL was outmatched by one of the best DL in the country and their future top 5 DT).

The best OT prospect and Colt McCoy would be an ideal scenario!
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Old 10-19-2009, 02:34 PM   #52
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LT needs to be our first pick, not QB unless Clausen is there.
I think I'm on the Clausen bandwagon too. Not saying we should go QB but he's impressive IMO. I thought the same of Quinn though. I'll shut up now.
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Where do they project him going?
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Where do they project him going?
I don't really know, quite honestly.
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My problems with Clausen are the same problems I had with Stafford. It's not that they're not NFL caliber players, it's that they're not great college decision makers and that their NFL upside is somewhere around what Jason Campbell already is, and if THIS organization goes down that road, it's going to end up exactly the same way.

Now, this appears to be a very deep class of college signal callers, and if you're willing to sit on a guy in the middle of the second round and pour your resources into the developmental end of the college QB equation, you can draft a guy who can take his lumps behind a young, improving OL. And if that guy is Clausen, good, I'm an ND fan, and he's an easy guy to root for. I think the main thing is to avoid the allure of a QB with a top ten pick, which we may or may not have.

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I don't really know, quite honestly.
I'm going to go to the Bucknell game so I guess i'll get to see myself how good he really is.
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I'm going to go to the Bucknell game so I guess i'll get to see myself how good he really is.
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Honestly, I'm not to keen on drafting another QB. What this team needs is a veteran player who can come in and lead this offense and do it well.

Having said that, gun to my head I'd have to go with Colt. As we've seen this year with Bradford, he seems very fragile. I'd hate to draft Bradford in the first round, pay a ton of money, then have him injured every season.

Colt, in my opinion, has the skills and talent needed at the NFL level and isn't just a glorified TE/RB behind a good O-Line. If we do decide to go the route of the rookie QB, I think he needs to sit on the bench for a year until we get this O-Line problem under control. Personally, I'd like to wait it out a year, draft some O-Line players and worry about the QB problem in next year's draft.
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Honestly, I'm not to keen on drafting another QB. What this team needs is a veteran player who can come in and lead this offense and do it well.

Having said that, gun to my head I'd have to go with Colt. As we've seen this year with Bradford, he seems very fragile. I'd hate to draft Bradford in the first round, pay a ton of money, then have him injured every season.

Colt, in my opinion, has the skills and talent needed at the NFL level and isn't just a glorified TE/RB behind a good O-Line. If we do decide to go the route of the rookie QB, I think he needs to sit on the bench for a year until we get this O-Line problem under control. Personally, I'd like to wait it out a year, draft some O-Line players and worry about the QB problem in next year's draft.
1.) Which veteran do think is going to be available for us to bring in?

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Old 10-19-2009, 07:35 PM   #60
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1.) Which veteran do think is going to be available for us to bring in?

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Thanks, I had an avatar to go with it but can't use custom ones to my knowledge.

Honestly, at this point I wouldn't be apposed to bringing Garcia in for the remainder of the year. Anything is better at this point.

You bring up a good point, the FA QB listings will probably be slim but I think we should look at other options before going to the rookie.

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