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Old 02-28-2011, 08:32 AM   #61
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I think that Scott is underrated. I suppose that is due to the perception that he has a fumbling problem. Tiki Barber fumbled alot, too, but Tom Coughlin helped him to fix the problem. I think Scott could be cured also.

If he wasn't seen as a fumbler, then what would his image be? I think it would be as a "home run hitter". If this guy gets through a hole cleanly, he's gone. He proved that in college. Also, he catches the ball well and he usually does something good with it after the catch. He has good size, as well, to go with his blazing speed. I think he could be a very good 3rd Down Back in the NFL.

By the way, it would be a shame if we don't get a 3rd Down Back in the 2011 Draft. Kendall Hunter, Demarco Murray, Shane Vereen, and Scott are all good prospects for that role, IMO. We need more draft picks!
I've said before that I thought DaRel Scott would be a good fit in our "one cut" scheme. He doesn't have great shiftiness or anything like that, but he has good acceleration and and great speed. Seems as though he'd be a dang near perfect fit. Maybe a late round pick or UDFA?
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Old 02-28-2011, 08:55 AM   #62
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[QUOTE=Terpfan76;786518]I've said before that I thought DaRel Scott would be a good fit in our "one cut" scheme. He doesn't have great shiftiness or anything like that, but he has good acceleration and and great speed. Seems as though he'd be a dang near perfect fit. Maybe a late round pick or UDFA?[/QUOTE]

His NFL Combine performance should ensure that he is drafted. I think that it might even move him up as high as the 6th or even the 5th Round, in my humble, ignorant opinion.

Come to think of it, he's a very fast guy from Maryland so Al Davis might draft him in the 1st Round.
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I've said before that I thought DaRel Scott would be a good fit in our "one cut" scheme. He doesn't have great shiftiness or anything like that, but he has good acceleration and and great speed. Seems as though he'd be a dang near perfect fit. Maybe a late round pick or UDFA?[/QUOTE]

His NFL Combine performance should ensure that he is drafted. I think that it might even move him up as high as the 6th or even the 5th Round, in my humble, ignorant opinion.

Come to think of it, he's a very fast guy from Maryland so Al Davis might draft him in the 1st Round.
I don't know, he didn't win the Heisman... But who knows. Al knows talent... lol
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I think that Scott is underrated. I suppose that is due to the perception that he has a fumbling problem. Tiki Barber fumbled alot, too, but Tom Coughlin helped him to fix the problem. I think Scott could be cured also.

If he wasn't seen as a fumbler, then what would his image be? I think it would be as a "home run hitter". If this guy gets through a hole cleanly, he's gone. He proved that in college. Also, he catches the ball well and he usually does something good with it after the catch. He has good size, as well, to go with his blazing speed. I think he could be a very good 3rd Down Back in the NFL.

By the way, it would be a shame if we don't get a 3rd Down Back in the 2011 Draft. Kendall Hunter, Demarco Murray, Shane Vereen, and Scott are all good prospects for that role, IMO. We need more draft picks!
The thing that I don't I like about Fairley is his attitude, he's a punk. Paea on the other hand can be like Warren Sapp.
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Is a mobile QB needed in this offense? With last year's OL, yes.
Even with a good OL, the Shanny offense features many bootlegs and rollouts where QB mobility is at a premium.
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Fairley and Dareus should be off the board before the Skins select at #10. Paea just isn't rated that high considering other prospects who play different positions to be drafted at that point. The team would be lucky to find a trade partner to perhaps have a shot at a nabbing two players in the later first and/or early second round.
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Off topic but..., what's the word on the kid Rob Henson. He was a beast in pre-season for us then got hurt. Is he still with the Skins?? I remember him tearing it up at the linebacker position.
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Von Miller's first run is 4.46.
I'd love it if he lasted until #10. Not gonna happen though.

For all the talk about what an athlete Cam Newton is, did anyone else see Gabbert's measurables? His 40, vertical leap, broad jump, and three cone drill were all nearly identical to Newton.
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Stephen Paea 49 reps? NT anyone?
There's our next Phillip Daniels, but at NT!
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I said the same about Orakpo a few years ago, don't be surprised if he falls to us though, because who knows a lot of the teams in front of us could get DE's and DL and QBs then the next thing you know a team may like Akeem Ayers more than Miller or maybe a team grabs a guy who isn't projected to go until the 20's-- the Tyson Alaulau effect. And then theres the small chance we trade up to get him. Have faith though, he can still be a redskin, and if he isn't its fine, because I think he could easily be a bust, by being injury prone and run on a lot because of his lack of size.
Yeah, you could be right the more I think about it. Julio Jones is looking like a top 10 pick now, and you gotta think Buffalo and Arizona are candidates for Gabbert/Newton.

I guess if Dareus, Fairley, Patterson, Jones, Green, Gabbert, Newton, Bowers, Watt, and Amukumara all go top 9, we could land Von Miller. Who knows.
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I expect the Jets to make him a job offer soon.
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So I heard Cam followed up a poor showing throwing the ball, with super poor performance in the team interviews...
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So I heard Cam followed up a poor showing throwing the ball, with super poor performance in the team interviews...
Check and mate. Exactly why I've been a proponent for going defense with #10. I guarantee you a #10 QB pick will end in disaster.
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Patrick Peterson, Jimmy Smith fly in forty | ProFootballTalk

will PP be the number 1 pick?
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