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Old 04-23-2010, 10:50 PM   #136
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Shanny Loves mid-round RB's, I think he gets one here. Portis, Parker, and Johnson have high mileage and I don't think all three make the final cut before the regular season.
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Old 04-23-2010, 10:50 PM   #137
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What time EST does the draft start tommorrow?
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Old 04-23-2010, 10:51 PM   #138
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Can't believe day 3 starts at 10 am. I guess I'll get to see the sixth round.
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Old 04-23-2010, 10:54 PM   #139
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If we somehow miss Bruce Campbell (either pas or picked by someone else), I would mind going for Cirron Black.
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Old 04-23-2010, 10:54 PM   #140
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I'm an FSU fan and Myron Rolle cannot play FS. He is your typical in-the-box SS.
Dude harsh. Killing my buzz. Still that leaves the door open for LB or RB. People are going to freak out tomorrow when the pick isn't a tackle. I would love it if it was but you rarely see teams taking that type of approach.
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Old 04-23-2010, 10:55 PM   #141
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Campbell has no real character issues other than really struggling through school. His college coach said he had to go to study hall when the rest of the team was practicing in the spring.
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Old 04-23-2010, 10:56 PM   #142
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Look out for Myron Rolle. Redskins are looking for another Center Fielder. Personally I wouldn't be surprised if they passed on a tackle and drafted either a LB, RB, or FS. I mean I know Vinny isn't here any more but I don't think they feel the solution is to simply draft a bunch of lineman.
We have Lendy Holmes so who needs Myron Rolle.
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Old 04-23-2010, 10:56 PM   #143
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I hear people talking about his intelligence, but Campbell scored an 18 which was 4 higher than Mike Iupatu (14), and Sean Taylor who scored a 10. I don't think Sean was dumb, but he knew how to play football. Also Realize Campbell is 21 and his maturity level isn't there yet, so if we give the kid time he'll grow up kinda like ST.
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Uh, does Campbell have character issues?
I haven't heard that yet...any info?
None that I'm aware of.
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Old 04-23-2010, 11:07 PM   #145
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Dude harsh. Killing my buzz. Still that leaves the door open for LB or RB. People are going to freak out tomorrow when the pick isn't a tackle. I would love it if it was but you rarely see teams taking that type of approach.
My bad, dude. I can definitely see us taking a RB or a LB with 103.
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You hit the nail on the head. I think I switched over to ESPN twice during the entire draft coverage. The NFLN is quickly pulling ahead of ESPN when comes to NFL coverage.
Ha ha, thanks. I was hoping I wasn't the only one that felt that way about the networks.

I mean for anyone else watching you'd see stuff like ESPN not knowing who was picked until maybe seconds before. Other times they got guys they were lucky enough to have cameras on at home. Look, when JLC breaks picks before Schefter you know somethings wrong. Other times they would just keep on talking while players were getting picked, and this was in the first round.

Another thing I liked about NFLN though was they always had some noise in the background. ESPN kept cutting to interviews and studios where it's dead silent and their mic's didn't really pick up much background noise. I doubt thats a factor for 99.9% of people watching the draft but I thought it added a sense of being there. It also helped NFLN because the few times they did talk over picks early you could hear it announced in the background.

I've had my TV on for the entire draft and I think that I've spent maybe 20 minutes on ESPN. The other infinity billion hours have been on NFLN. And keep in mind I felt like at the start of the draft that I was going to spend most of my time on ESPN.

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My bad, dude. I can definitely see us taking a RB or a LB with 103.
Forget it. After that Rolle buzzkill I can't even talk to you anymore. You know what....You're an in the box safety. Yeah I showed you.
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If Trent Williams' athletic ability and quickness make him a good fit for our zone blocking scheme, then I would think that the same could be said for Bruce Campbell as a value pick at this point in the draft. I will be disappointed if he's still on the board at pick 103 and we pass on him.
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Old 04-23-2010, 11:25 PM   #148
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I wasnt on board with only talkin OT's in the draft like some were preaching. But that was before the possibility of Campbell falling to us in the 4th. If he's there when we go on the clock i dont see ANY reason to not pick him. How often can you lock up two tackle spots in one draft for the next 6 years? Campbell has bad tape out there but putting him on the right side will help him develop and he's still only 21. Gotta pull the trigger there
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Old 04-23-2010, 11:28 PM   #149
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Ha ha, thanks. I was hoping I wasn't the only one that felt that way about the networks.

I mean for anyone else watching you'd see stuff like ESPN not knowing who was picked until maybe seconds before. Other times they got guys they were lucky enough to have cameras on at home. Look, when JLC breaks picks before Schefter you know somethings wrong. Other times they would just keep on talking while players were getting picked, and this was in the first round.

Another thing I liked about NFLN though was they always had some noise in the background. ESPN kept cutting to interviews and studios where it's dead silent and their mic's didn't really pick up much background noise. I doubt thats a factor for 99.9% of people watching the draft but I thought it added a sense of being there. It also helped NFLN because the few times they did talk over picks early you could hear it announced in the background.

I've had my TV on for the entire draft and I think that I've spent maybe 20 minutes on ESPN. The other infinity billion hours have been on NFLN. And keep in mind I felt like at the start of the draft that I was going to spend most of my time on ESPN.



Forget it. After that Rolle buzzkill I can't even talk to you anymore. You know what....You're an in the box safety. Yeah I showed you.
That's pretty funny considering I played SS in high school.
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Old 04-23-2010, 11:36 PM   #150
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That's pretty funny considering I played SS in high school.
Ha ha, touché.
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