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Old 04-30-2011, 05:24 PM   #601
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Re: 2011 NFL Draft: Rounds 4-7

there goes Andrew Jackson
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Old 04-30-2011, 05:25 PM   #602
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We had a bottom 5 receiving and runnning back core in the NFL last year. Those were need picks especially with moss being a free agent.

Hankerson, Armstrong as starters. One big body control type receiver, with a burner on the outside.

Then Niles Paul, Malcom Kelly, Terrance Austin, Niles Paul, Aldrick Robison competing for the other 3 spots. I love it.

Torrain and Helu as our 1 2 punch, with Royster and Williams now competing for the 3rd spot. Its a good thing. Still have 4 picks to get other potential roster players.
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Torrain and Helu as our 1 2 punch, with Royster and Williams now competing for the 3rd spot. Its a good thing. Still have 4 picks to get other potential roster players.
Knowing Shanahan they're all competing for the number 1 spot. Torrain and Williams might get a slight edge due to the fact that they have game tape of them in their system but I imagine it's a wide open competion. Even Torrain could get cut.
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there goes Andrew Jackson
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I still think VY will be our QB it actually makes since, I'd rather have Orton but I just don't see Denver letting him go
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I want a corner I want a corner. I want a receiver I want a receiver.
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Re: 2011 NFL Draft: Rounds 4-7

According to CNNSI list of best available:
Best Available - 2011 Draft Tracker - SI.com

They have a TE named Schuylar Oordt. Great name.
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I want a corner I want a corner. I want a receiver I want a receiver.
After last year, that's the sentiment many had.
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Re: 2011 NFL Draft: Rounds 4-7

Trent Dilfer says Andrew Jackson is the smartest person in Fresno. Like it's a big deal.
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After last year, that's the sentiment many had.
What reverse jinx or the problems with our Receivers and Xorners?
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Re: 2011 NFL Draft: Rounds 4-7

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Old 04-30-2011, 05:32 PM   #612
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Lol, you are kidding me. NOW YOU LISTEN TO ME GODS OF FATE? Are you but so cruel as to drive me to madness?
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We had a bottom 5 receiving and runnning back core in the NFL last year. Those were need picks especially with moss being a free agent.

Hankerson, Armstrong as starters. One big body control type receiver, with a burner on the outside.

Then Niles Paul, Malcom Kelly, Terrance Austin, Niles Paul, Aldrick Robison competing for the other 3 spots. I love it.

Torrain and Helu as our 1 2 punch, with Royster and Williams now competing for the 3rd spot. Its a good thing. Still have 4 picks to get other potential roster players.
Which one is which? Hankerson is 6-1 1/2, 210lbs and ran a 4.4, Armstrong is probably around the same speed, and 5-11, 185lbs. They can both fly, but Hankerson has size to boot.

Not too many WRs, especially 3rd round guys, have an impact in year one, but Hankerson will certainly get his shot considering how paltry the rest of the group is. Apparently he's got a great work ethic and no character flags (rare for guys from The U), so I have high hopes for the kid.

I wonder where Malcolm Kelly will fit in, if at all....
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What reverse jinx or the problems with our Receivers and Xorners?
The latter.

Does Xorners rhyme with Zorners?
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From NFL.com:

Thompson has the instincts, initial quickness, hands, mentality and special teams experience to be a productive sub-package defensive back in the NFL. Not blessed with size or top-end speed to hold up on an island or become a full-time starter. Does a good job in underneath man coverage, pressing at the line, jumping routes and making plays on the ball. Is comfortable and effective in zone coverage. However, does not have the length or deep speed to run with vertical threats down the sideline. Will help out against the run, is a sound tackler in the open field, but has difficultly getting off blocks. Late-round prospect.
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