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Old 01-23-2010, 11:50 PM   #61
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Here is a list of starting QB's and where they were drafted
1.NO Drew Brees-2nd
2.IND Peyton Manning-1st
3.NE Tom Brady-6th
4.PIT Ben Rothlisberger-1st
5.SD Phillip Rivers-1st
6.ARZ Kurt Warner-undrafted
7.CHI Jay Cutler-1st
8.CIN Carson Palmer-1st
9.NYG Eli Manning-1st
10.SEA Matt Hasselback-6th
11.DAL Tony Romo-undrafted
12.PHI Donovan NcNabb-1st
13.SL Marc Bulger-6th
14.GB Aaron Rogers-1st
15.KC Matt Cassel-7th
16.ATL Matt Ryan-1st
17.CLE Derek Anderson-6th
18.BAL Joe Flacco-1st
19.TEN Kerry Collins-1st
20.HOU Matt Scaub-3rd
21.JAX David Garrard-4th
22.MIA Chad Pennington-1st
23.BUF Trent Edwards-3rd
24.WAS Jason Campbell-1st
25.SF Shaun Hill- undrafted , Alex Smith-1st
26.DET Matthew Stafford-1st
27.CAR Jake Delhomme-undrafted
28.OAK Jamarcus Russell-1st
29.DEN Kyle Orton-4th
30.MIN Bret Farvre-2nd
31.TB Josh Freeman-1st
32.NYJ Mark Sanchez-1st
WOW. I don't know how you guys find this stuff cause I simply googled it and couldn't find it. I figured the statistical data would prove me right that the majority of the good QB's were drafted in the top few rounds and you pretty much proved it.

I'm not saying we can't find a decent QB down in the draft further but those are hard to find. If we are finally saying JC is not a Franchise QB but is good enough until we get one or that he is a decent back up then we most likely would need to either look for one in FA or draft one at #4 this year.

I also hope everyone gets off the "hey we are one person away from the play offs" routine. If we look at it as a "rebuilding" process, even though the team hates the word "rebuild", then expectations will be lower and fans will be excited to see Shanny get more then 4 wins next year we should be ok.
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Old 01-24-2010, 12:07 AM   #62
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I was merely asking what you would prefer. It had no indication on who you would want drafted.
That's a good question and the obvious answer would be Peyton Manning. I do wonder though which would be the most productive, Manning behind our line, or JC behind the Jets line. But of course I'd be crazy not to take arguably the greatest QB to ever play. I do think it's very important to remember this is a team sport though. Dan Marino could never win the Super Bowl because the rest of his team was not up to the task.
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The funny thing about taking a Tackle at 4 is that Davis might be the perfect fit over Okung. Aside from the reasons I listed before Davis played in a Zone Blocking Scheme at Rutgers. Even if we don't go OT first we might still end up with a perfect fit in Charles Brown (T USC). Selvish Capers could also be a quality fit due to his experience with zone blocking.

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"Since 2002 zone blocking has been a critical success factor for the overall USC running game. In an average game for USC there might be 36 running plays for ..."
I think Charles Brown would be an excellent fit for Shanny's offense. But I do not believe he'll last past the first round. I guess we'll have to wait and see what kind of trade offers we get, if any.
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Re: 79 Mock Drafts: Sam Bradford still Redskins projected choice

Look at the beating Stafford took behind a bad offensive line. Bradford already has a bad shoulder. How long do you think he'd last behind our line even with an acquisition or two?
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[QUOTE=53Fan;657734]Well there are 32 starting QB's in the NFL and there are 160 starting o-linemen. They can't all be #1 picks, but teams like the Jets who do have more than 1 on the o-line seem to be doing pretty well and I would certainly give their line more credit than their QB. One of those #1 QB picks is our own JC who we would be replacing because he's.....not good enough?[/QUOTE]

I'll have to give you this one. Most teams thought we reached for JC when most likely he would have been drafted in later rounds if drafted at all. Some teams felt because of where he was from he would have been a UFA.

To tell you the truth it wasn't until today that it finally sunk in that this team actually feels totally different to me. If the bus were to pull up today (which I think it has) I'm all at the back of the bus near the toilet... just in case I'm wrong so I can vomit. but I'm on the bus. This year I'm not expecting SB chances, however I do get jealous with the teams that draft QB's then all of a sudden look 110 % better like Atlanta, Baltimore, and Jets. but honestly I'll be satisfied even if we put a 5-11 team on the field so long as there is a sign of improvement on the field, play calling, and clock management. I'm not asking for miracles, just asking for them to look like an NFL team.

I found myself feeling sorry for the Raider fans who most likely would give their left nut for Al Davis to either keel over or back off and hire a decent GM and HC and let them run the team knowing that it will take whoever comes in more then a few years to fix the mess he has turned the team into.

Whoever or however our team chooses to utilize the draft will be ok with me knowing adiquate minds are at work with a plan on turning this team around.
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I think Charles Brown would be an excellent fit for Shanny's offense. But I do not believe he'll last past the first round. I guess we'll have to wait and see what kind of trade offers we get, if any.
That could go either way. Currently he's ranked as the 6th best tackle in the draft. In 2008 7 OT's were drafted in the first, however last year only 4 went in the top 32. Kiper and McShay both have Brown available after the first round.

2009: 4 First Round OT's
2008: 7 First Round OT's
2007: 3 First Round OT's
2006: 1 First Round OT (This was an amazing 2nd round class including Marcus McNeil, Andrew Witworth, and Jeremy Trueblood)
2005: 2 First Round OT's

Right now it looks like 2008 was a statistical anomaly.
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Every year I expect the Skins to win but this year took it's toll. I said I would temper my expectations but then I changed my mind. ATL and Miami turned it around fast so why can't we. Shannahan is a proven coach that won't have that stupid look on his face like he doesn't know what sport he's coaching and that has to count for a couple wins at least. The players will have to do the rest.
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That could go either way. Currently he's ranked as the 6th best tackle in the draft. In 2008 7 OT's were drafted in the first, however last year only 4 went in the top 32. Kiper and McShay both have Brown available after the first round.

2009: 4 First Round OT's
2008: 7 First Round OT's
2007: 3 First Round OT's
2006: 1 First Round OT (This was an amazing 2nd round class including Marcus McNeil, Andrew Witworth, and Jeremy Trueblood)
2005: 2 First Round OT's

Right now it looks like 2008 was a statistical anomaly.
We'll see. I've already seen Trent Williams fall a little bit but I could see CB rising. The combine should be very interesting. Fortunately we will have a clearer picture come draft day. In another post I had us taking Okung 1rst round and TW in the 2nd if available. That would make me very happy. If the staff sees Bradford as a franchise QB and he checks out healthy, taking him # 1 and CB #2 would certainly not break my heart.
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If drafted at all? You're saying that some teams didn't consider him worthy of being drafted at all?

That's just not accurate.

He was a top five QB prospect in that draft at the very very worst.

His most common projection was as a second or third round pick.

SI.com - 2005 NFL Draft - Jason Campbell

Jason Campbell*|*Auburn,*QB*:*2005 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile
I'm speculating as well as you ant SI is. Yes they think he was worthy of the draft spot but it doesn't mean he actually would have been drafted there. It all depends on what teams need and what teams had him on there radar and well after the draft we heard from media people saying some teams felt we reached for him taking him in the 1st round and some teams wondered why we even drafted him because they felt JC would have been available after the draft as a UFA. But.... as I said it's all speculation. What we do know is he was drafted in the 1st round. Whether he's worthy of that spot is opinion.

My opinion? JC was most likely worthy of a 4,5,or 6th round spot and was majorly coached up. He's definitly a great back up QB. We need a Franchise QB though for the long haul. Hopefully between Dad and Son the Shanahan's can find one where ever they draft him.
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Walterfootball has CB targeted by zone blocking teams in the late first. Funny that they say his weight at the combine is going to be very important.
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We'll see. I've already seen Trent Williams fall a little bit but I could see CB rising. The combine should be very interesting. Fortunately we will have a clearer picture come draft day. In another post I had us taking Okung 1rst round and TW in the 2nd if available. That would make me very happy. If the staff sees Bradford as a franchise QB and he checks out healthy, taking him # 1 and CB #2 would certainly not break my heart.
Trent Williams would be a coup in the second round, but highly unlikely (I know you weren't implying he could fall down that far). Actually for a while I thought he was the worst guy for this offense but to be honest all of the top 7 tackles look like they could easily be day 1 starters for us (and I mean that in a good way). After that I like Tony Washington as a long term project but he could go as early as the second round. Though Charles Brown and Trent Davis seem like perfect fits.
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Trent Williams would be a coup in the second round, but highly unlikely (I know you weren't implying he could fall down that far). Actually for a while I thought he was the worst guy for this offense but to be honest all of the top 7 tackles look like they could easily be day 1 starters for us (and I mean that in a good way). After that I like Tony Washington as a long term project but he could go as early as the second round. Though Charles Brown and Trent Davis seem like perfect fits.
You mean Anthony Davis or Trent Williams? I'd be surprised if Washington went that high but anything could happen after the combine. Are you familiar with Jared Veldheer?

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You mean Anthony Davis or Trent Williams? I'd be surprised if Washington went that high but anything could happen after the combine. Are you familiar with Jared Veldheer?

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Guys way to small. We need someone a lot bigger. How do you expect him to get any rebounds for us......wait.

As for Anthony Davis, you're right, I meant to say Anthony Okung.
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6'6 320 is too small?
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6'6 320 is too small?
For an elephant, yes. LOL.
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