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Old 01-03-2012, 01:57 AM   #166
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What??? I can see the Browns taking RGIII (but QB isn't even in their top 3 needs) the Rams & Bucs, each of whom have drafted a 1st round QB in the past 3 years are now going to want RGIII also? If that's the case (which it won't be) that's great for us because then a young QB will be easily available for us!
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Old 01-03-2012, 01:58 AM   #167
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If Luck, and RGIII are off the board and whoever MS is looking at, at QB is supposed to be a 2nd round pick would you take a top WR to compliment Hankerson and pick the QB in the 2nd round?

I know we are not satisfied but lets just say the coaching staff is somewhat ok with the OL. Then the only major worries would be QB, and WR on the offensive side of the ball. I think MS is happy with Hightower, Hulu, and Royster at RB for next year. Then we have at TE Cooley (if he's able to come back), Davis, and Paulsen (not to mention Quinn and Myers). I could see another FB as depth with Young.

So if the Skins are eyeing someone who is supposed to be 2nd round material then I'd either take him anyway at #6-1st round to ensure I had him or maybe I'd take the top WR to have another weapon on offense then take a QB in the second round. or just trade back again like last year for more picks and take the QB I wanted later in the 1st round.
Hankerson, Blackmon, Davis, Cooley, Gaffney, Moss. Who ya gonna cover, who ya gonna cover?

Oh, sometimes I wish it worked like that. Would be so much easier then finding the right trigger man. Still I don't know. I still say you either go hard for RGIII or sign Flynn. Tannehill does not seem like a franchise QB.

1. Bradford
2. RGIII
3. Dalton
4. Flynn
5. Locker
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Old 01-03-2012, 02:00 AM   #168
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My mind is made up -- I want Justin Blackmon in Burgundy and Gold. 'Nuff said.

Funny, tonight Fletcher tweeted Andrew Luck would look good in Burgundy and Gold.
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Old 01-03-2012, 02:22 AM   #169
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Call me crazy, but I think we stand at #6, and we get RG3.

The Browns do still have McCoy, and if they let Hillis walk, I think they'll be more concerned about upgrading WR or RB.
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Old 01-03-2012, 02:22 AM   #170
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Hankerson, Blackmon, Davis, Cooley, Gaffney, Moss. Who ya gonna cover, who ya gonna cover?

Oh, sometimes I wish it worked like that. Would be so much easier then finding the right trigger man. Still I don't know. I still say you either go hard for RGIII or sign Flynn. Tannehill does not seem like a franchise QB.

1. Bradford
2. RGIII
3. Dalton
4. Flynn
5. Locker
I'd love for us to get Luck or RGIII but I think they will already be gone and I don't subscribe to the idea of throwing our whole draft away to get either one.

I'm not sure what you numbering system was for? I'm guessing your thinking Bradford if we can trade for him, RGIII if he's available, you lost me with Dalton (Cinci ?) unless there is another Dalton declaring this year there is no way Cinci trades away Dalton. I understand you like Flynn, and Locker? So I'm confused with the numbers 3 and 5. They were just drafted last year and I would presume their teams would like to keep them and see if they become something special. Dalton will be.

Here's my plan... (JK)... the Skins trade out of the #6 pick for more picks and take a QB late in the 1st round. In the 2nd round they trade out and hopefully from the 1st round trade they get a mid 2nd and a late 2nd by trading back.... take a WR, and another QB (lol), then in the 3rd round trade one of the two 3rd rounders (our original and the second from the trade back in the 2nd round) and take a OL, and QB (lol) so see where I'm going with this.... lol. maybe if every other pick we take a QB one or two will work out and we can cut Beck and the one who sat on the PS all year for the two new guys. lol. keep trading back picking up more picks in order to off set all the QB's being taken. lol.
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Old 01-03-2012, 02:27 AM   #171
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Out of the two games I watched tonight Rose Bowl and Fiesta Bowl I was impressed with Lucks decision making, Weeden's as well and his accuracy, and Oregons Darren Thomas. I think if Luck and RGIII are off the board then I'd go WR hopefully Blackmon to compliment Hankerson, Moss, and Gaffney. Then I'd take the QB in 2nd round. Maybe I'd look to trading back in other rounds and if another young QB was available I might take a 4th or later round QB for the PS. Hopefully out of the two one steps up and helps out the team so we can sit Grossman.
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Old 01-03-2012, 03:24 AM   #172
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if you can't get luck/RGIII, sign flynn and draft blackmon/claiborne... whatever happens, don't whiff.
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Old 01-03-2012, 03:34 AM   #173
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I'm not sure what you numbering system was for? I'm guessing your thinking Bradford if we can trade for him, RGIII if he's available, you lost me with Dalton (Cinci ?) unless there is another Dalton declaring this year there is no way Cinci trades away Dalton. I understand you like Flynn, and Locker? So I'm confused with the numbers 3 and 5. They were just drafted last year and I would presume their teams would like to keep them and see if they become something special. Dalton will be.
The list was made to show how I view previously considered prospects to the two main options this year in RG3 and Flynn. Obviously we won't be acquiring Locker or Dalton anytime in the near future and the chance of getting Bradford is less then 5%.
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Old 01-03-2012, 06:21 AM   #174
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Redskins will trade up to aquire Robert Griffin III by out biding other teams

The redskins need a QB - desperately. Rex Grossman will not be the guy - he won't even be invited back to camp. I don't even know who john Beck is or even if he is an actual NFL QB. For all I know, he was some guy selling hotdogs when Kyle "discovered" him while "freshening up" in the Fed Ex men's room.

Redskins absolutely have the firepower to move up - the 6th pick this year....a second, a third and next years first.

This won't count, but I'll post it anyway....

Draft Countdown - Trade Value Chart

The war for the second pick that the Rams do not want will come with a price - a steep one. Other teams will look to trade up at the last minute, driving up the price even higher. Redskins can do without next years first - unless they nab a great prospect, there is no next year. Shanny and crew will will have plenty of time to watch the games on ESPN while they all look for work.

Trading up for Luck is out of the question. The Colts understand how important it is to have a franchise QB. Any deal for Luck would have to include all of Dan the man's money, a cure for herpes and the Washington monument.

This trade will actually involve at least three teams, I expect the Skins to trade pics/players with another team first (Minnesota?) before trading that pick along with this years second to the Rams (the Rams have Stafford and don't want Griffin).

Now, the thing about Minny, is they need a LT - skins will trade Trent Williams, who has undoubtedly fallen out a favor with the front office for a SECOND rounder. Redskins already have a suitable replacement even though no one knows his name - that's because Willie Smith is a football player - not a 'star.'

G.Bush 2012 Draft Profiles (Robert Griffin III) - YouTube!

The most important reason that this trade will happen, is that Dan Snyder cannot miss out on an opportunity to flex his mighty wallet muscle. I wish I had one......that is to say, I wish mine were a bit more well developed.

OK, maybe not.....a fan can dream, though, right?

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Old 01-03-2012, 09:40 AM   #175
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Old 01-03-2012, 09:45 AM   #176
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Justin Blackmon looked like a young Terrell Owens out there last night. I'm not one for taking wr's early in the draft, but that guy looked like a man among boys last night. Wow!

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Old 01-03-2012, 09:48 AM   #177
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I have been saying for quite a while that the draft this year is pretty deep with QB's. I would personally draft Blackmon from Oak St. He is by far the most dynamic and immediate impact playing coming out this year. (if we have the ability to draft him) If not we see what QB is there, but I have a feeling RGIII will be gone (cleveland). Not sure where Tannahill (Texas A&M) will go, but not sure he's worth top 10. I'd try to get Blackmon or maybe slide down a little and pick up Alshon Jefferies from S.Car. I think there are QB's we can get in the 2nd round to develop. THere are some FA out there that can play next year, and we wait to get Barkley. Big gamble here because if Shanny doesn't dramatically improve the W's he may not get a chance for a 4th year.

There is also Kurt Cousins from Mich St. He has a great arm, makes all the throws. He will probably be around mid to late 2nd.
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Blackmon is a stud. If he fell to us at #6 I'd have no problem with taking him.
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Blackmon is a stud. If he fell to us at #6 I'd have no problem with taking him.

Interesting you and I agree on something, as we hardly ever do. Given your agreement on Blackmon, what QB would you target in the 2nd round (if thats what we do) or would you target a FA if the price was decent.

Or with the possible available FA WR, would you go after one of them aggressively and move up to get one of the QB's.
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Old 01-03-2012, 10:10 AM   #180
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How about Blackmon at 6, Jayron Hosely CB VA Tech in 2nd, and Matt Flynn?
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