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Old 02-01-2012, 08:23 AM   #31
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I hope like hell that was some sort of wacky Jim Zorn play call because that guy should have been benched the rest of the season.
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Old 02-01-2012, 09:30 AM   #32
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Old 02-01-2012, 09:55 AM   #33
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I can't even bring myself to pick a player. If we are holding our 2nd round pick then it means we struck out on Luck, RG3 & Bradford and probably Tannehill. I am going to need to be sedated during this draft...
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I have been saying we could get Kurt Cousins in the 2nd. He has a great arm, bright kid, maybe some accuracy issue but I think its more learning his arm can't always get balls into tight coverages.

1st round get best player on the board. I would love to get Blackmon from Oak St, but not sure he'll be there. Alshot would be great as well, but not at 6, unless we move back and get a lower 1st and can sneak him in somewhere.

obviously if we move back, gains us another pick or two which we can get some Oline help.

Ultimitely, I see us making a play to move up to get Luck or RGIII. Hesitant to get Bradford. Has some injury concerns, plus behind our Oline he is going to get hit. RGIII is the best option for us in my opinion.
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Never seen anything like that! That tops the list of football bloopers by far IMO. What did he say about it afterward? talk about not wanting your name called as an O linemen!
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Old 02-01-2012, 11:37 AM   #36
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I can't even bring myself to pick a player. If we are holding our 2nd round pick then it means we struck out on Luck, RG3 & Bradford and probably Tannehill. I am going to need to be sedated during this draft...
Unless RGIII falls to 6, which could happen. Or the are a lot ways that we come out of the first round with Tannehill and some of these ways include our having extra picks. It's possible that we could get Bradford but still hang on to our #38 pick. I'm with you on wanting a high quality QB but don't despair for our second round pick yet.
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Unless RGIII falls to 6, which could happen. Or the are a lot ways that we come out of the first round with Tannehill and some of these ways include our having extra picks. It's possible that we could get Bradford but still hang on to our #38 pick. I'm with you on wanting a high quality QB but don't despair for our second round pick yet.
I'd imagine we'd pull some trade that involved giving up our first rounder this year and perhaps Orakpo.
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When you're a 3-4 defense, you always have to look at pass rushers. So Nick Perry or Courtney Upshaw would be an ideal use of the second round pick (though Kendall Wright would be a no-brainer pick over either). Brandon Boykin would be a nice corner/safety hybrid.

I wouldn't rule out Orson Charles or Coby Fleener either. The Redskins don't need a tight end, but after the first round pick, they should be looking at all options to improve the offense between the numbers.
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When you're a 3-4 defense, you always have to look at pass rushers. So Nick Perry or Courtney Upshaw would be an ideal use of the second round pick (though Kendall Wright would be a no-brainer pick over either). Brandon Boykin would be a nice corner/safety hybrid.

I wouldn't rule out Orson Charles or Coby Fleener either. The Redskins don't need a tight end, but after the first round pick, they should be looking at all options to improve the offense between the numbers.
I don't see Upshaw falling to us there.
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Ladaruis Green.

Wow....I want this dude, he had a good combine so far.
I know we don't need a TE but hes very tall and could do some things to open up the field in a WR kind of way.

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As other have said it depends on what we do with our #1 pick but also what we do in FA. I feel the QB position will need to be addressed in both FA and Draft. Then my next concern is WR. Last year the team went defense, defense, offense, so I'm hoping in this yrs draft its offense, offense, defense. If they have not addressed the WR position in FA then I can see QB, WR, FS. If the team does get a couple of good WR's in FA then I can see QB, FS, OL, .....
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