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Old 11-30-2010, 07:11 PM   #106
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There wouldn't be mixed results if we could have drafted Sam Bradford
Yeah, but Jammal Brown will probably right the curve next year. Texas is always good for us at some point.
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Old 11-30-2010, 07:41 PM   #107
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Heck we just need draft picks at this point.. I don't care where their from
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Old 11-30-2010, 09:08 PM   #108
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First and foremost this team needs talent. We can not afford to draft need. Best player available with the first two picks. It would be nice to move some of the players on this team that still have value and re coup picks.
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Old 11-30-2010, 09:26 PM   #109
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What do you all think of Kellen Moore? Yeah I know he is a junior this year and most likely won't declare for the draft, but I think he's very capable of playing in the NFL, hes tough, accurate, actually very accurate, he makes good decisions, and has an underrated arm. I think he could be good for our offense. Some say he's a system college QB only and is nothing more than that, I disagree. Your thoughts?
He'll probably end being a 5th or 6th round pick when he does declare. Slow, undersized, nice arm and experience in a west coast system but theres a lot of prospects like that every year.

NFL Draft Scout has him ranked as the 13th best QB prospect in the 2012 draft and ESPN doesn't even have a grade for him, which is telling because they've graded other junior prospects that may or may not declare. Personally he might end up being the next Colt Brennan. Shanahan is more likely to take a run at Mallet or Locker next year should they fall to us.

Troy Smith, Chris Weinke, Ken Dorsey, Colt Brenan, and Jason White all have been through similar situations as Moore. Tebow is probably the only great college QB in recent memory to break away from his late round grade and crack the first round. Moore won't be as lucky.
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Old 11-30-2010, 10:29 PM   #110
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Locker is a good fit for our system.. Good arm, can throw pretty good on the run and makes plays with his feet.. Honestly kind of reminds me of a Jake Plummer type QB when he was ASU, except Locker is a little bigger.
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Locker is a good fit for our system.. Good arm, can throw pretty good on the run and makes plays with his feet.. Honestly kind of reminds me of a Jake Plummer type QB when he was ASU, except Locker is a little bigger.
Not to mention fits in perfectly with the quality of offensive player we like: those who are lacking in it.
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^ yea I'm not saying locker is all that good but if he's there around 18 I'd take him
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^ yea I'm not saying locker is all that good but if he's there around 18 I'd take him
Not that the cost would be totally crippling, but you do realize he has to play for ~20 games then being all not good and stuff. That's costly in itself, even if you only pay a guy a couple million to sign.
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I'd like to see us going after a WR in this draft, maybe jones falls in the teens? It could happen
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I'd like to see us going after a WR in this draft, maybe jones falls in the teens? It could happen
That will happen and I would love to get Julio Jones.
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Old 12-01-2010, 10:55 AM   #116
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If Mike Floyd from ND comes out I would like to take a shot at him in a later round. He reminds me of a Hakeem nicks like player very big and very physical. he probably does not have the play making ability of Hicks but 6 foot 3 and 225 pounds and fast
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Old 12-04-2010, 04:05 PM   #117
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I wouldnt mind us taking Matthews-LB-Oregon in the 2nd round
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Old 12-06-2010, 08:52 AM   #118
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With the team's roster being so lacking in talent/depth, I say draft the best available player regardless of position. We are far from stacked at any spot, so just take the best players and start filling those holes. I'd love to see the team be able to pry Woodley away from the Steelers w/o giving up any kind of draft pick. Haloti Ngata is also scheduled to become a UFA, adding him would be outstanding.
We should hire away some Steeler scouts too why we're at it. They know how to find 3-4 talent.
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Old 12-06-2010, 07:46 PM   #119
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I have a gut feeling that this could be one of the better WR drafts in years...

I think...

Top Tier:
Pettis - Boise State
Blackmon - Ok State
Jones - Alabama
Jefferey - So Carolina
Green - Georgia
Floyd - Notre Dame
Broyles - Oklahoma

Next Tier:
Baldwin - Pitt
Fuller - Tex A&M
Wildcard (b/c of injury)- Childs - Arkansas

ALL of those top 7 guys are pretty close to sure things in my opinion... I think the Skins should definitely be able to get one of these guys in the 1st round or even trade down and still land one of those, plus picks...

I like ALL of 'em personally... I like our chances of getting a decent WR, even by trading down... which is what we need to do.
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IF the qb is on his back it doesn't matter who we have for recievers
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