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Old 01-11-2012, 03:00 PM   #196
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Re: 2012 NFL Draft Prospects

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Mel Kiper's regrading of the 2011 NFL draft - ESPN E

Can someone whos an insider copy and paste this article for me.

Some how I got into it earlier, he had us a c- then raised it to a B.
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Old 01-11-2012, 03:04 PM   #197
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Mel Kiper's regrading of the 2011 NFL draft - ESPN E

Can someone whos an insider copy and paste this article for me.
Here you go, you owe me 50 cents. LOL.

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Post-draft grade: C+
Summary: This felt like a novelty -- a Redskins draft with a ton of picks. The story of this draft was the fact that Washington didn't see a quarterback it wanted. Given the returns in the range in which the Redskins would have picked, it looks like a good calculation, at least in the short term. Only moving way down the board and ending up with Dalton could have looked better. Instead, the Redskins traded down, got Ryan Kerrigan at No. 16 and really aced the pick. Kerrigan picked up 7.5 sacks and played exactly as his draft projection had him pegged. Round 2 pick Jarvis Jenkins never saw the field because of injury, but both running back picks, Roy Helu and Evan Royster, played well when given the time, and I still think Leonard Hankerson has a chance to develop. Maurice Hurt looks like a seventh-round keeper. Having a lot of picks can help; it certainly helped this grade rise over the course of the season.

New grade: B
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Old 01-11-2012, 03:44 PM   #198
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Re: 2012 NFL Draft Prospects

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Here you go, you owe me 50 cents. LOL.

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Post-draft grade: C+
Summary: This felt like a novelty -- a Redskins draft with a ton of picks. The story of this draft was the fact that Washington didn't see a quarterback it wanted. Given the returns in the range in which the Redskins would have picked, it looks like a good calculation, at least in the short term. Only moving way down the board and ending up with Dalton could have looked better. Instead, the Redskins traded down, got Ryan Kerrigan at No. 16 and really aced the pick. Kerrigan picked up 7.5 sacks and played exactly as his draft projection had him pegged. Round 2 pick Jarvis Jenkins never saw the field because of injury, but both running back picks, Roy Helu and Evan Royster, played well when given the time, and I still think Leonard Hankerson has a chance to develop. Maurice Hurt looks like a seventh-round keeper. Having a lot of picks can help; it certainly helped this grade rise over the course of the season.

New grade: B
Of course it's a big if, but Jenkins may end of being the best of this draft too. If he's anywhere close, it'll change to an A+.
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Old 01-11-2012, 03:47 PM   #199
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That's why I'm not big on the idea of trading up for anyone. We still have a lot of holes to fill, and we could really use another nice big draft class to keep building up the roster.
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Old 01-19-2012, 04:02 AM   #200
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Re: 2012 NFL Draft Prospects

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Here you go, you owe me 50 cents. LOL.

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Post-draft grade: C+
Summary: This felt like a novelty -- a Redskins draft with a ton of picks. The story of this draft was the fact that Washington didn't see a quarterback it wanted. Given the returns in the range in which the Redskins would have picked, it looks like a good calculation, at least in the short term. Only moving way down the board and ending up with Dalton could have looked better. Instead, the Redskins traded down, got Ryan Kerrigan at No. 16 and really aced the pick. Kerrigan picked up 7.5 sacks and played exactly as his draft projection had him pegged. Round 2 pick Jarvis Jenkins never saw the field because of injury, but both running back picks, Roy Helu and Evan Royster, played well when given the time, and I still think Leonard Hankerson has a chance to develop. Maurice Hurt looks like a seventh-round keeper. Having a lot of picks can help; it certainly helped this grade rise over the course of the season.

New grade: B
I was impressed with all of the Redskins draft selections. They all did well this year. We won't know more about Aldrick Robinson until next season, but everyone else exceeded expectations. Kerrigan, Neild, Helu, Royster, Hurt, Hankerson, and Gomes was sensational. And they are just beginning. All of them will be even better next year. And with Jarvis Jenkins returning, it will be interesting to see if he can replace Carriker on the defensive line.
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Old 01-19-2012, 01:05 PM   #201
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That's why I'm not big on the idea of trading up for anyone. We still have a lot of holes to fill, and we could really use another nice big draft class to keep building up the roster.
BINGO! I'm with you. 100%. I'd rather they traded back for more picks and picked up a late round QB, hopefully they'd have picked up another 2nd rounder which we can draft a WR and possibly trade back again for more picks.

I really liked what the Skins did last year because it was totally different then what they have done in the past. Usually it was toss in several picks to move up and be limited as to what picks we made. Atleast last year not only did the team get younger but it got better quality wise and back up wise.
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Old 01-19-2012, 01:09 PM   #202
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I was impressed with all of the Redskins draft selections. They all did well this year. We won't know more about Aldrick Robinson until next season, but everyone else exceeded expectations. Kerrigan, Neild, Helu, Royster, Hurt, Hankerson, and Gomes was sensational. And they are just beginning. All of them will be even better next year. And with Jarvis Jenkins returning, it will be interesting to see if he can replace Carriker on the defensive line.
I think the only questions we should be having are with

Jenkins
Paul
Robinson

Jenkins was hurt so he really could only be evaluated through preseason but looked good. Paul for me he really didn't show much other then blocking skils, and Robinson hardly saw the field. I'd like to see these three step up big and be productive along with this years draft class and FA's.
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Old 01-19-2012, 03:15 PM   #203
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Some late round QB's we could look at bringing in for a looksie,

East-West Shrine Game Preview: Quarterbacks - Hogs Haven
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Old 01-19-2012, 03:32 PM   #204
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Here's the good news, the Redskins coach the South team for the Senior Bowl which has Weeden, Foles, and Lindly as it's QB's.

NFL.com news: Oklahoma State's Weeden among three QBs on South squad

I'll say it... I'm thinking the team takes either Weeden or Foles in the draft because they will have worked with them and know how good they are.... unless of course RGIII should happen to fall to #6.
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Old 01-19-2012, 03:34 PM   #205
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Some late round QB's we could look at bringing in for a looksie,

East-West Shrine Game Preview: Quarterbacks - Hogs Haven
On that list is Austin Davis. I've seen a whole lot of him over four years and think he is worth a late round pick. While his arm strength is not the best, he is very accurate, smart, tough, leader-ready, and experienced (although not very experienced under center).
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Old 01-19-2012, 04:47 PM   #206
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I know the Skins have expressed some interest in BJ Coleman and Harnish
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Old 01-19-2012, 06:11 PM   #207
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I know the Skins have expressed some interest in BJ Coleman and Harnish
B.J. Coleman Stats - Chattanooga Mocs - ESPN
This page says that he has just as many pass attempts in his career as punts (8).

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Old 01-19-2012, 06:25 PM   #208
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B.J. Coleman Stats - Chattanooga Mocs - ESPN
This page says that he has just as many pass attempts in his career as punts (8).
I have BJ Coleman's career numbers here. But I don't dare want to undertake the task of trying to get these to format:

QB Name QB Starts QB Wins Completion % Attempts TD TD% INT INT% Sack Sack %


B.J. Coleman 29 14 57.38% 1016 52 5.12% 32 3.15% 38 3.61%
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Old 01-19-2012, 06:26 PM   #209
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Those would be crappy numbers in the Pac 12. He played at Chattanooga.
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Old 01-19-2012, 06:59 PM   #210
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Shoot my bad. It's GJ Kinne, not BJ Coleman
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