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Old 03-24-2012, 12:13 AM   #46
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Terrence Ganaway to replace Hightower would be my choice. The guy is a horse who is deceptively fast and familiar with RGIII.
Doesn't really seem like a Shanahan back. To be one you have to have to be one of the following.

1. Above average vision and anticipation

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2. Average Vision and antipation with game breaking speed to make up for average vision.

Ganaway appears to have average vision without the gamebreaking speed. Then again thats only going off the Scouts Inc report.
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Andrew Datko.....Annnnnnndrew DATKO........ Andrew...... Datko.......... .DATTTTTko....... DatkoDatkoDatko
Why Andrew Datko?
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Why Andrew Datko?
Andrew Datkoa, Datkoooooooo ANDREW.....Andrew Datko. DatkoDatkoDatko. ANDREWWWWWW Datko
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An underpowered, intelligent, competitive, hardworking technician, Datko is a hunchbacked zone blocker who played left tackle at FSU, but is better suited to play the right side in the pros. Durability is a major concern and will drop draft standing.

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"Effective zone blocker with above average first step-quickness, balance and angles. Gets adequate hand placement and sustains once locked on. Above average body control and can cover up linebackers when works up to the second level. Average drive blocker that can wall off defenders but doesn't generate enough push. Lower body strength appears just average on film. Lunges at times and falls off some blocks. Here again shoulder injury appears to hinder ability to lock out on 2011 film."

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In run blocking, Datko is quick off the snap and initially has good pad level and leverage; however, he needs to further develop the strength in his lower body as he does not maintain the low level and begins to raise up on his blocks. He has excellent hand placement (inside the numbers), progresses well to the second level and is best on the move blocking secondary targets.
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Really plus size with long arms…quick feet…plays with good leverage most of the time…athletic and does a good job of mirroring in pass protection…does a good job of cut blockinggets to the second level well…is considered to be a player with a great work ethic…quick off the snap..intelligent player who understands the angles of blocking
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Andrew Datko.....Annnnnnndrew DATKO........ Andrew...... Datko.......... .DATTTTTko....... DatkoDatkoDatko
Like the guy to, but you have to remember shoulder surgery..........shhhhhhoulder SURGERY...................Shoulder...........SURGE Ry..............sHoULder SUrgerY.
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He sounds good to me, sign him up.
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Mitchell Schwartz: California 6-6, 318 my choice for RT. He's higher on this board than any others Ive seen. Looks like lotta people starting to take notice.
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If somehow we could package our third and one of our fourths to get him, I would move into the second to take OT Mike Adams. He could start quickly at RT.

Barring that unlikely scenario, I'd take:
3rd Bobby Massie OT Ole Miss - has Shanny speed and athleticism
4th Brandon Taylor SS LSU - a little undersized but has good speed
4th Audie Cole ILB NC State - good size, instincts, and athleticism
5th Danny Coale WR VA Tech - speedy, capable, and can add to our stable of Tech wideouts now that Royal has spurned us
I think Coale will become a good role player. Could do worse.
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I'm all for OT or OG in the 3rd round, also I think there's a chance lamichael James may fall that far so maybe we could scoop him up
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Like the guy to, but you have to remember shoulder surgery..........shhhhhhoulder SURGERY...................Shoulder...........SURGE Ry..............sHoULder SUrgerY.
Shou.....Shoulllll......emmmm DATKO......DatkoDatkoDatko.
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I was impressed with Tyler Polumbus at RT last season. He's underrated and only gave up 3 sacks last season after filling in for Jammal Brown. His game needs work and he's still young. Willie Smith has been mentioned playing right tackle in the future but he only played on the right side.

While I wouldn't be surprised if the Redskins draft a right tackle, they may as well consider that they already have a few. Speaking of Brown, he's still getting healthy and the Redskins might keep him. But Polumbus, while not pro bowl caliber, is a solid fill in.
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I was impressed with Tyler Polumbus at RT last season. He's underrated and only gave up 3 sacks last season after filling in for Jammal Brown. His game needs work and he's still young. Willie Smith has been mentioned playing right tackle in the future but he only played on the right side.

While I wouldn't be surprised if the Redskins draft a right tackle, they may as well consider that they already have a few. Speaking of Brown, he's still getting healthy and the Redskins might keep him. But Polumbus, while not pro bowl caliber, is a solid fill in.
I don't know about Brown. Shanahan said he was going to need the whole offseason just to get his strength back and while Polumbus and Smith seem nice I can't help but think we went down this same road with Heyer and Wade.
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I'm all for OT or OG in the 3rd round, also I think there's a chance lamichael James may fall that far so maybe we could scoop him up
LaMichael James in the 3rd Round would be a steal. We need playmakers and James has the potential to become an electric playmaker as a 3rd down back and return man.

I would be absolutely ecstatic if we were able to get RGIII in the 1st, James in the 3rd, and Ryan Broyles in the 4th.
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I don't know about Brown. Shanahan said he was going to need the whole offseason just to get his strength back and while Polumbus and Smith seem nice I can't help but think we went down this same road with Heyer and Wade.
I feel the same. I hope to be proven wrong.
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With the addition of RGIII, P. Garcon and J. Morgan to R. Helu , F. Cheeba Davis, S. Moss, Darryl Young, C. Cooley, J. L. Hankerson and Gaffney our offense is going to see a major improvement. Other youngsters like a Logan Paulsen and Aldrick Robinson could also step up and contribute big with another year of experience and familiarity of the offense. Rookie Jarvis Jenkins our best defensive lineman in camp and preseason by far last year will be back and make his Redskins splash. J. Brown could also surprise. Winning does strange things like that.

The reason I say all of this is we do not need to make a desperation move like giving multiple draft picks to get into second round. Unless the price is dirt cheap, I say no. Draft BPA regardless of position or trade back.
We finally have a decent scouting dept and a GM that seems know how to organize a draft.
Let him do his thing with the picks we have.
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Since we had a full (plus) draft class last year to build young depth and picked up some starters along the way (although I'm not sold on Helu, Royster Paul or Gomes as long term starters-rather I think they'll be our top role players) if an opportunity presents itself to get an immediate impact player in the 2nd round at a position of need we should package our 3rd and one of the 4ths to get him. If an impact T, DB, WR or yes RB were to be available mid 2nd round and we can get back into the 2nd without impacting future drafts I'd say do it.
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