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View Poll Results: Grade the Redskins 2011 draft class
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Old 05-03-2011, 10:14 PM   #136
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I'm just not sure about the 1 trade back up; and the over abundance of WR picks.

I give it a B as well, but TC and PS will prove whether some of these later picks are training camp fodder, or real players who make the team.
That was a head-scratcher to me too. They must've had Helu rated fairly high to come back up to get him.
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Old 05-04-2011, 12:31 AM   #137
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I think Gomes is a really physical safety like Landry. I wouldnt be suprised if he doesn't step in and take over when O'we goes down, and he will lol.
That really wouldn't work unless they then moved Landry to FS which isn't a good spot for Landry. Gomes looks to be more of a SS than FS.
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Old 05-04-2011, 12:59 AM   #138
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That really wouldn't work unless they then moved Landry to FS which isn't a good spot for Landry. Gomes looks to be more of a SS than FS.
From what I heard and read.. He's scouted to be either a nickel back or FS. Depending on his development.
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Old 05-04-2011, 11:30 AM   #139
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Starting to get kind of excited about Maurice Hurt. Anyone else?
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Old 05-04-2011, 11:38 AM   #140
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Starting to get kind of excited about Maurice Hurt. Anyone else?
I really like him. I hope he doesn't have to play this year because our interior line is so awesome lol, but I'd love to see him force his way into the starting lineup. He could be a great pick.
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Old 05-04-2011, 12:14 PM   #141
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I give this draft an A. Kerrigan, Jenkins, Hankerson and either Royster or Helu should start right away. Now we need 2 more like this one and we're on our way.
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Old 05-04-2011, 01:34 PM   #142
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Neilid is my favorite pick. I foresee him starting this year. I also think that Kerrigan will start (and help free Rak to get 15 sacks while picking up 10 for himself). Jenkins will be part of the rotation but I think Carriker and Daniels will be opening day starters. Hankerson is another great value pick who could be a great starter for years to come. I really like the rb's chosen too.
I think this is the best Redskins draft, by far, in a long time. Of course that it isn't saying a lot. Not once did I completely shake my head trying to figure out what they were thinking. I think the only reach was Jenkins but I actually trust this staff to know what I don't.
I'd say B+
Completely agree, I went to some WVU games this year and Neild is relentless, I mean you want to talk about a high motor guy he epitomises that. He essentially lead that defense (the best defense in college football this year). Jenkins is a developmental player but he possess the power to contribute immediately. Hankerson was on some very saavy experts' boards as a potential early second round pick and possibly a late first round, the value there is excellent.
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Old 05-04-2011, 01:37 PM   #143
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Starting to get kind of excited about Maurice Hurt. Anyone else?
Hurt looks like another project pick, I think he needs to get into better shape before he will really be able to reach his potential. I know he is expected to play guard, it would be nice to see him battle for a backup role. I think he didn't get as much credit as some other linemen becasue he was playing next to pouncey and many of the scouts were focused on him this year at Florida.
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NFL Videos: NFC East grades

Well Warren and Soloman aren't the biggest skin fans.
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Well Warren and Soloman aren't the biggest skin fans.
So Wilcots thinks we should have tried to trade up for Jones? What a dipshit.

I think they're both underestimating Kerrigan.

And the McNabb ship has sailed long ago. Funny that some can't let that go.
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Hurt looks like another project pick, I think he needs to get into better shape before he will really be able to reach his potential. I know he is expected to play guard, it would be nice to see him battle for a backup role. I think he didn't get as much credit as some other linemen becasue he was playing next to pouncey and many of the scouts were focused on him this year at Florida.
And he tested positive for weed at the combine. That could have hurt his draft stock just a little.
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Old 05-04-2011, 11:56 PM   #147
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Well Warren and Soloman aren't the biggest skin fans.
I'll let you know when I care about what Sapp says..

These two have no idea what they are talking about. I gave our draft a B+ and the only grip I had was I think we could of made another moce back in the 1st round and got another pick when those QB's were flying off the board.

We had a solid draft, and we added alot of depth. I'm going to be really excited when these young guys that were not the smart pick at the time turn out to be hard working ballers.
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Well Warren and Soloman aren't the biggest skin fans.
Warren's just pissed off that a space eater (Jarvis Jenkins) wore his number instead of a sack artist. And Wilcotts...I'm guessing friends with McNabb.

Also for the record. 2012's QB class looks pretty rough after Luck. Barkley would make it better but I still don't see the guy who refused to jump ship after USC's probation bolting as soon as the probation is lifted, making USC bowl eligible. Landry Jones seems promising but could easily take a cue from Bradford and return as well. So basically we're left with Luck and a bunch of Kaepernicks and Ponders that rise once the draft process begins.
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Old 05-05-2011, 12:36 AM   #149
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i was a little disappointed with the jenkins pick to be honest. our draft was more like a B+ for me but i think jenkins was somewhat of a reach, and i'd hoped we would look elsewhere besides a 3-4 defensive end that high in the 2nd round.
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Warren's just pissed off that a space eater (Jarvis Jenkins) wore his number instead of a sack artist. And Wilcotts...I'm guessing friends with McNabb.

Also for the record. 2012's QB class looks pretty rough after Luck. Barkley would make it better but I still don't see the guy who refused to jump ship after USC's probation bolting as soon as the probation is lifted, making USC bowl eligible. Landry Jones seems promising but could easily take a cue from Bradford and return as well. So basically we're left with Luck and a bunch of Kaepernicks and Ponders that rise once the draft process begins.

I think that next years class without Luck is still better than this years..
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