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Old 01-08-2010, 10:39 AM   #136
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Anyone thinkg Mccoy will drop to the 3rd or 4th round now?
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Old 01-09-2010, 03:19 AM   #137
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Re: Redskins pick 4th in the draft

Admittedly I'm not much of a college ball fan, but from the bits I saw there isn't much to be excited about at the QB position. Clausen actually reminds me a bit of JC...looks very strong most of the time but struggles under pressure situations. He's the only prospect I hear positive things about from nearly every corner.

I won't be surprised if Shanny looks to develop a guy who's not a rookie. I mean it seems little narrow to assume his focus on QB is limited to college prospects.
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Old 01-09-2010, 04:03 AM   #138
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Admittedly I'm not much of a college ball fan, but from the bits I saw there isn't much to be excited about at the QB position. Clausen actually reminds me a bit of JC...looks very strong most of the time but struggles under pressure situations. He's the only prospect I hear positive things about from nearly every corner.

I won't be surprised if Shanny looks to develop a guy who's not a rookie. I mean it seems little narrow to assume his focus on QB is limited to college prospects.
I would like to know what the thoughts on perhaps bringing Brady Quinn in to compete with JC are...we'd get him cheap and the guy still has a ton of upside
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Old 01-09-2010, 02:04 PM   #139
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I would like to know what the thoughts on perhaps bringing Brady Quinn in to compete with JC are...we'd get him cheap and the guy still has a ton of upside
That's sort of the direction I'm going man.
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Old 01-09-2010, 03:20 PM   #140
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Why a QB?! Campbell isn't one of the top 10 qb's, but he is also not one of the bottom 10. I think OL and a receiver. Seriously, Campbell doesn't have one number one receiver. Randel El and Moss just don't produce. We need a target for Campbell. Also, I think we should trade Portis for a draft pick or anything else we could get for him. His attitude is not good and he never gave even 80% this season.
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Why a QB?! Campbell isn't one of the top 10 qb's, but he is also not one of the bottom 10. I think OL and a receiver. Seriously, Campbell doesn't have one number one receiver. Randel El and Moss just don't produce. We need a target for Campbell. Also, I think we should trade Portis for a draft pick or anything else we could get for him. His attitude is not good and he never gave even 80% this season.
Maybe they aren't producing because they have an average at best QB.
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Anyone thinkg Mccoy will drop to the 3rd or 4th round now?

I don't know about him slipping that far, but he won't be a first rounder for sure. Well I'd be shocked if he does go in the first, but stranger things have happened.

McCoy could still go mid-second round though.
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Old 01-09-2010, 03:51 PM   #143
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I say McCoy is going to be a second day pick.
Like I said, stranger things have happened.

By the way, how serious is his injury. Talk about a fragile dude. I was just dumbfounded how he got hurt after watching the hit several times.


EDIT: Looks like Colt has a pinched nerve, so that's not the end of the world.
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Old 01-09-2010, 04:31 PM   #144
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Yeah...I wouldn't say that McCoy is fragile, just that he got hit in exactly the wrong way. Reports are that he is going to be fine but I wouldn't mind picking him up with a third (if we pick one up) or 4th round pick. Hell, I would be fine with getting him late in the second.
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Old 01-09-2010, 10:55 PM   #145
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If you think McCoy or Bradford will be better then Campbell in the NFL your just crazy.
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Like I said, stranger things have happened.

By the way, how serious is his injury. Talk about a fragile dude. I was just dumbfounded how he got hurt after watching the hit several times.


EDIT: Looks like Colt has a pinched nerve, so that's not the end of the world.
Good, I'm not crazy. That's what I thought, too.

It was strange. I'm not saying that he was paid to throw the game, but if he were, that might be how he went about playing his part.
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Old 01-10-2010, 11:09 AM   #147
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We need the best O-linemen we can get maybe we get lucky and Samuels returns and plays well and stays healthy. If we can protect just a little JC can do enough for us to win. We'll have to slug it out and let our D get it done, In the meantime we can draft our future QB in the later rounds.
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We need the best O-linemen we can get maybe we get lucky and Samuels returns and plays well and stays healthy. If we can protect just a little JC can do enough for us to win. We'll have to slug it out and let our D get it done, In the meantime we can draft our future QB in the later rounds.
Give it up my friend, Samuels, Thomas, and Rabach have not been able to compete or stay healthy for at least the last three years. We NEED o-line, it would be nice to have a new QB, but we absolutly HAVE TO aquire top talent for o-line.
The Redskins inability to score points, or even move the football at times is a direct result of a poor offensive line. The saying, "The game is won and lost in the trenches.", is very true.
The o-line is the engine that makes an offense go, if they are blowing holes in a d-line, running backs are ripping off huge chunks of yards, if they are able to pass block, pass plays are able to develop and the offense marches down field. When an o-line cannot run block and blow holes in a d-line, the run gets stuffed. When an o-line cannot pass block, the d=line is in the back field ripping the QBs head off. Sound familiar?
Do you realize that in the last 10 years the Redskins have scored the 4th LEAST points in the league? This is a direct result of neglecting the o-line. If you look at any superbowl winner, or even the playoff teams year in and year out, you are looking at teams with the best o-lines in the league, look at the Jets yesterday. It was their o-line and d-line that won the game, not Sanchez. Don't kid yourself and don't get it twisted, the game is won and lost on the line of scrimage...
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Old 01-10-2010, 12:37 PM   #149
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I completely agree. I'd be fine with us drafting ALL lineman, and maybe a RB somewhere in the late rounds (a Shanahan special). I wouldn't be opposed to a QB first, but I'm a little skeptical about Clausen and Bradford...

Todd McShay currently has us taking Bradford. He says he's better than Clausen.
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Give it up my friend, Samuels, Thomas, and Rabach have not been able to compete or stay healthy for at least the last three years. We NEED o-line, it would be nice to have a new QB, but we absolutly HAVE TO aquire top talent for o-line.
The Redskins inability to score points, or even move the football at times is a direct result of a poor offensive line. The saying, "The game is won and lost in the trenches.", is very true.
The o-line is the engine that makes an offense go, if they are blowing holes in a d-line, running backs are ripping off huge chunks of yards, if they are able to pass block, pass plays are able to develop and the offense marches down field. When an o-line cannot run block and blow holes in a d-line, the run gets stuffed. When an o-line cannot pass block, the d=line is in the back field ripping the QBs head off. Sound familiar?
Do you realize that in the last 10 years the Redskins have scored the 4th LEAST points in the league? This is a direct result of neglecting the o-line. If you look at any superbowl winner, or even the playoff teams year in and year out, you are looking at teams with the best o-lines in the league, look at the Jets yesterday. It was their o-line and d-line that won the game, not Sanchez. Don't kid yourself and don't get it twisted, the game is won and lost on the line of scrimage...
Nice post.
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