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Old 01-25-2011, 02:30 PM   #61
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This is a great point. And I know a lot of people will not agree with my opinion but I would just get rid of just about every guy on this team approaching 30, tank next year and get in position to draft Andrew Luck in 2012. Of course he's not a sure thing but he seems to be more of a sure thing than any of the guys coming out this year.
**** That! I'm tired of losing every season, Luck has had 1 great season.. Don't make this guy out to be Manning.. He could be Tim Couch who knows but it's not worth TANKING a season
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:33 PM   #62
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In all fairness they are saying the same about Tebow, and he looked pretty damn good in 2 starts this yr
C'mon. I could probably go out and get 150 yards on Houston's defense. If Tebow plays a full 16 game schedule his weaknesses are going to show up. 2 starts don't prove a thing. I want to see him over a 16 game schedule.
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:34 PM   #63
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C'mon. I could probably go out and get 150 yards on Houston's defense. If Tebow plays a full 16 game schedule his weaknesses are going to show up. 2 starts don't prove a thing. I want to see him over a 16 game schedule.

I agree but the guy has been doubted his whole football career even at Florida in the beginning. All he does is win and that's what matters most
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:36 PM   #64
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The War Room at The Sporting News has Hankerson as a first rounder.

"Bottom line: Hankerson is a two-year starter at receiver for the Hurricanes. He does not have any ability or production as a return man for special teams. He is a first-year starter as a pro, provided that he can improve his route-running consistency."
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They have him rated as the 13th overall player in their top 99.

I also think he could be another Andre Johnson type receiver with his combination of size, strength and speed. He's not as fast as Johnson or as polished, but I really think he could be an elite wideout early in his career.
I'm not an insider with espn.com so if anyone has their scouting report, that would be nice.
Hankerson is a great reciever, dont know if a first rounder, but a great mid round selection. Everytime I saw the Canes play over the last couple years, easily the best player on the field on the offensive side.
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:39 PM   #65
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**** That! I'm tired of losing every season, Luck has had 1 great season.. Don't make this guy out to be Manning.. He could be Tim Couch who knows but it's not worth TANKING a season
This team isn't going to the playoffs next year. We need another 2-3 years of solid drafting. It's a rebuilding job.
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:40 PM   #66
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This team isn't going to the playoffs next year. We need another 2-3 years of solid drafting. It's a rebuilding job.
Maybe but maybe not.. The NFL changes faster than you think.. I agree we do need younger guys in
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:41 PM   #67
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I really hope we don't draft any wr's within the first two rounds. NO MORE FREAKIN' WR'S.
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This team isn't going to the playoffs next year. We need another 2-3 years of solid drafting. It's a rebuilding job.
No doubt. We need at least 2-3 more years of good drafting to compete. We're not winning the SB next year.

Tanking is a tough word, but yes, we need to get younger, and start drafting well. I doubt we'll be a top 5 pick next year though to have a shot at Luck.
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No doubt. We need at least 2-3 more years of good drafting to compete. We're not winning the SB next year.

Tanking is a tough word, but yes, we need to get younger, and start drafting well. I doubt we'll be a top 5 pick next year though to have a shot at Luck.
To have a shot at Luck we likely will need to have the top overall choice, not just top-5, which means finishing 1-15, 2-14, or maybe 3-13. I'm not wishing for that.
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Old 01-25-2011, 03:32 PM   #70
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To have a shot at Luck we likely will need to have the top overall choice, not just top-5, which means finishing 1-15, 2-14, or maybe 3-13. I'm not wishing for that.
What I meant to say was I don't think we'll get into the top 5. Then obviously we'd have no shot at Luck at #1. I just worded that badly.
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Old 01-25-2011, 03:37 PM   #71
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We won't get Luck because we'll be better next year. Get my a big tall WR like AJ Green or Julio Jones or if they see a QB, go get him. I don't care, I've been screaming that we need to go find our guy since I turned on Jason.

Go find a guy and let him play. Build the rest of your team while he grows. We can't be afraid to draft early. Drafting later does not make a guy any more guaranteed than one before him. There's a lot of luck in this game as well.

Scared money don't make money. Hey Smoot, any chance we take one of the WR's at 10 ?
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I love Rock Charmichael, but what caught my attention about this article was that he picked Locker in 7 on 7 drills. Don't want to read too much into a simple practice pick, but the fact is a lot of people are watching.

Hokies Journal - For Rashad Carmichael, Senior Bowl is 'biggest job interview of my life'
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With the #10 overall pick, I'm looking to take the best player. I'm not going to get suckered into just thinking "well, we need to build our OL so let's just take a lineman here even if he doesn't need to be drafted this high"
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Everything I'd heard about Locker is...great athlete, will probably blow up at the combine, but simply not a skilled enough pure passer to cut it in the NFL. If he can't consistently shread Pac Ten defenses then I'm not sold that he can be good enough to be a passer in the NFL. Therefore I see no reason to take this guy in the first two rounds.

Let's also realize that this team isn't going to be competing for a Super Bowl for several more years, regardless who's playing QB.
To throw in the towel on Locker is a bit premature. True he hasn't looked very good in college especially considering one could easily say he regressed this past season. That being said, he has all the physical talent to play the position and shows the ability to play at a high level, but seems as though he needs more coaching and time to develop. If he were available when we pick in the second round, then I'd be fine with drafting him. It would be a good value pick considering how high people were on him last season.

As for shredding PAC10 defenses, look at the talent level that surrounded him. Not very good so it wouldn't be a stretch to assume that his play would suffer. It reminds me a bit of Archie Manning. He was a damn good qb, he just played for some terrible teams. Can't blame all of the success or failure on one man.
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I guess you think that Grosman will ride us to the Superbowl. Or Maybe Beck? Until we get a QB, we will be medicore at best. The only sure way to get a QB is to keep drafting high till you get one. You dont have a chance untill you have one, so why worry about other pieces untill you have one in place.
None of the guys in this years draft have "Franchise QB" written all over them. True, there are a couple guys that are probably first rounders, but none really stand out. Where it gets interesting is in the 2nd round and later where you'll run into guys like Devlin, Ponder, Daulton, and Stanzi etc...
To be honest, the more I see and hear about Devlin, the more I'm interested. I think I'd be much happier with him in rounds two or three vs Daulton or Ponder in either of those spots.
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