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Old 01-12-2012, 09:43 PM   #31
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Re: 2012 NFL Draft-QB Prospects (Chapter 5)

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Would you trade up to get blackmon if you signed Flynn?
Nope, because Flynn is not a sure-fire franchise QB. We'd still need to get a young gun at #6 or higher.
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Old 01-12-2012, 09:44 PM   #32
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Maybe the Rams will be taking Blackmon at #6
True dat. Let me restate then: there's almost no chance that Blackmon falls to us at #6.
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I am normally an advocate of cap-wise moves, but not when it comes to the Skins' next QB(s). The cap should be a non-factor.
I kind of agree. I mean there has to be some restraint and discipline, but compared to signing players at other positions there should be a LOT more flexibility with what the team is willing to spend.
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What if we draft Dre Kirkpatrick with our 6th pick then pick up Brock Osweiler in the 2nd. Also pick up Payton Manning if he becomes available.
noooooooooooo. he won't be available anyway.
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What if we draft Dre Kirkpatrick with our 6th pick then pick up Brock Osweiler in the 2nd. Also pick up Payton Manning if he becomes available.
What if I push Shanny of a cliff for doing that? Who will coach then???
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noooooooooooo. he won't be available anyway.
Peyton Manning's neck is also not available, so no dice.
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What if I push Shanny of a cliff for doing that? Who will coach then???
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why such aggressive no's?
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Nope, because Flynn is not a sure-fire franchise QB. We'd still need to get a young gun at #6 or higher.
I agree, but honestly I don't think we want matt Flynn

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I think I, along with the rest of us, are missing the key fact about Flynn. We all saw his TD performances against NE and the 6 TD's against the Lions. And after evaluations, the majority of us are saying 'oh thats all his receiver's, his talent, his scheme.' But the thing we seem to be missing is that he is Smart enought to get it to the right guy, the open guy, and he is Proven that he can grasp and get a hold of an offense and make the right decision.

Who knows how good he Could be if he gets a hold of the Shanahan's offense, and gets a great playmaking WR..
Didn't Jennings miss the last game? Put a bonafide #1 on the Skins and they have plenty of talent. Anyone think Fred Davis and Chris Cooley couldn't get their stat on playing for Green Bay? Who are their all-world running backs again? If Rex were their QB would anyone know Jordy Nelson's name?

Isn't their O-line, the same one that made Aaron Rodgers one of the most sacked QBs in the league just a few years ago, all banged up right now? What's their D ranked again? QB play is the difference maker on that team.

If all it takes for Flynn to play at his current level is talent, well then just go get Dwayne Bowe, draft WR and O-line early and often and pencil us in as NFC East champs next year.

If Brees was playing in NO with Bowe, Hankerson, Moss, Gaffney, Davis, Cooley, Helu, Royster and Hightower would there be peeps bemoaning his lack of talent. No, they'd still be scoring 30 plus a game. He'd make Paul, Austin and Armstrong viable fantasy options.

With a good QB and some additional parts on Offense, there's no reason the Skins couldn't drastically improve their Offensive production. And with 9 draft picks and free agency, there's no reason to believe they won't get the pieces they need. For the record, I'm in the get Flynn AND draft a rookie high camp. Hell, get another one late for good measure. Cover all the bases, hedge your bets!
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Just heard some big news tonight from a certain Redskins front office-worker.

The worker has told me some big news in the past, which has later been accurate. Example, in 2009 he told me we were going to make a push to get jay cutler, before ESPN reported that he was officially on the trading block. In 2008 he told me if Colt Brennan was there in the later rounds, we would draft him. In 2010 he told me the team liked Trent Williams more than Russell Okung and he would be our pick if Detroit didn't take him.

The point is he's accurate with his info.

He recently told me some key info regarding our first pick. "expect it to be Robert Griffin, because we are willing to trade 2 first rounders and at least a 3rd for him, and Mike really likes this kid."

I thought I'd relay this message with you all, take this as you want, but I trust this source.

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why such aggressive no's?
Brock is not a 2nd rd qb and I am not sold on Kirkpatrick, if we go corner I prefer Claiborne
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Just picture it:

QB Robert Griffin III
RB Roy Helu
RB Evan Royster
WR Vincent Jackson
WR Leonard Hankerson
WR Santana Moss/Emergence of Aldrick Robinson/Eddie Royal
TE Fred Davis
TE Chris Cooley
LT Trent Williams
LG Kory Litchensteiger
C David Molk (3rd or 4th round pick)
RG Chris Chester
RT Willie Smith

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Just picture it:

QB Robert Griffin III
RB Roy Helu
RB Evan Royster
WR Vincent Jackson
WR Leonard Hankerson
WR Santana Moss/Emergence of Aldrick Robinson/Eddie Royal
TE Fred Davis
TE Chris Cooley
LT Trent Williams
LG Kory Litchensteiger
C David Molk (3rd or 4th round pick)

RG Chris Chester
RT Willie Smith

This isn't McDonalds but I'm lovin' it.
This is my concern, you don't like montgomery/your gonna replace him when our LG is coming off an ACL and MCL tear and our RT situation was suspect throughout the year with brown and polumbus and willie smith?
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This is my concern, you don't like montgomery/your gonna replace him when our LG is coming off an ACL and MCL tear and our RT situation was suspect throughout the year with brown and polumbus and willie smith?
Willie Smith played pretty well I don't dislike Monte I just think Molk is am upgrade and nothing has shown that Litchensteiger wont be ready next year
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