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Old 10-27-2011, 11:58 PM   #61
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I think the main thing to keep in mind is that QB's come from everywhere. Discounting a QB prospect because of the conference they play in is just insane.
Discounting any players based on college conference play is an EPIC fail. I was listening to sports radio in the past year and they were talking this subject and they took the prowbowl roster over the last like 3, 5 years and the leading conference was the ACC. Now we know how supposidly horrible ACC football is...
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Old 10-30-2011, 03:10 PM   #64
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Everyone is talking about drafting a qb. and yes we obviously desperately need a qb. But what about other positions rb,oline,cb? There are many quality players in the 2nd and 3rd rounds since we will most likely go qb in the first. I think we need a running back very bad. Im tired of our rbs who are nothing special and its a highlight if they break a 10 yard run we need some explosiveness. Any prospects at rb or wr that could be in our reach?
I completely understand your frustration. But I think it's misplaced just a little. Our biggest problem is that our oline isn't playing good enough to allow of rbs to show their explosiveness.
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Old 10-30-2011, 03:15 PM   #65
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49ers defensive tackle doesn’t think Luck would be No. 1 pick in SEC - Shutdown Corner - NFL*Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Andrew Luck skills speak for itself. I understand the point that Francois was trying to make, but to assume that Luck would struggle if he played in the SEC is baseless. This guy is an amazing qb.
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Old 11-15-2011, 10:27 AM   #66
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Polian: Manning OK with Colts drafting a quarterback | The Indianapolis Star | indystar.com
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Old 11-20-2011, 12:50 AM   #67
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So what would the thoughts be on signing Matt Flynn and then drafting someone like Justin Blackmon? I'm not saying that that's what I want us to do, I'm just saying that it's an option.

I'd be ecstatic with Barkley, Jones or RGIII to be honest, but I really think Flynn could be a good qb especially if we added Blackmon and if Hankerson could build upon what might have been his breakout game if not for his hip injury.

If we do draft a qb, my preference would be Barkley, Jones and then Griffin.
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Old 11-20-2011, 01:11 AM   #68
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Discounting any players based on college conference play is an EPIC fail. I was listening to sports radio in the past year and they were talking this subject and they took the prowbowl roster over the last like 3, 5 years and the leading conference was the ACC. Now we know how supposidly horrible ACC football is...
I remember hearing that conversation, it was like 6 weeks ago. And it was on a saturday evening, and the ACC was the leader in starters on the pro bowl squads and total teams.

Kinda eery.....must be that not too many good coaches in the ACC. SEC does have most of the top coaches.....
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Cliff Harris CB for Oregon has been kicked off the team. Football skills wise, he can run with any receiver in the league. Also most of his picks have come against great QB's (Locker, Luck, Cam Newton, Barkley). I saw in a mock draft that it had us taking him; In the third round I'd definitely take him..(Oh and he can return punts and kicks even better than Banks; think Patrick Peterson type of returner, maybe even better)
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Cliff Harris CB for Oregon has been kicked off the team. Football skills wise, he can run with any receiver in the league. Also most of his picks have come against great QB's (Locker, Luck, Cam Newton, Barkley). I saw in a mock draft that it had us taking him; In the third round I'd definitely take him..(Oh and he can return punts and kicks even better than Banks; think Patrick Peterson type of returner, maybe even better)
I would imagine that his draft stock would drop a lot given what has happened. So I would take him in a lower round. Although I hope he doesn't become the pothead version of Pacman Jones.
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So in the Seahawks gameday thread I projected how the schedule would pan out for us and our draft prospects. Here is an update....

Indianapolis Colts 0-12
New England - Loss (L)
@Baltimore - Loss
Tennessee - Loss
Houston - Loss
@Jacksonville - Loss

Minnesota Vikings 2-10
Denver - Loss (L)
@Detroit - Loss
New Orleans - Loss
@Washington - Loss
Chicago - Loss

St. Louis Rams 2-10
San Francisco - Loss (L)
@Seattle - Loss
Cincinnati - Loss
@Pittsburgh - Loss
San Francisco - Loss

Carolina Panthers 4-8
@Tampa Bay - Loss (W)
Atlanta - Win
@Houston - Loss
Tampa Bay - Win
@New Orleans - Loss

Miami Dolphins 4-8
Oakland - Loss (W)
Philadelphia - Win
@Buffalo - Win
@New England - Loss
New York Jets - Loss

Jacksonville Jaguars 3-9
San Diego - Win (L)
Tampa Bay - Loss
@Atlanta - Loss
@Tennessee - Loss
Indianapolis - Win

Washington Redskins 4-8
New York Jets - Loss (L)
New England - Loss
@New York Giants - Loss
Minnesota - Win
@Philadelphia - Loss

2012 Projected Draft Order **Note: Draft order subject to change**
1. Indianapolis Colts 0-16
2. Minnesota Vikings 2-14
3. St. Louis Rams 2-14
4. Jacksonville Jaguars 4-12
5. Cleveland Browns 4-12
6. Tampa Bay 5-11
7. Washington Redskins 5-11
8. Philidelphia Eagles 5-11
9. Arizona Cardinals 6-10
10. Kansas City Chiefs 6-10
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Old 12-06-2011, 09:49 AM   #74
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While we are dealing with Fred Davis and Trent Williams known substance abuse issues (its an issue because they are multi-time offenders), why are we even considering drafting a player with serious character issues? Pass
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