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Old 04-28-2012, 12:16 AM   #331
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He's also got some size and ooomph. Seems like Shanny is higher increased his standards now that he doesn't have 8 games one mile above sea level and the NFC East is one bloodthirsty divsion on defense.
Not really. I mean the Cowboys secondary was apparently terrible last year and the Eagles remain committed to the wide 9, aka the worst defensive system in all of football. Redskins were pretty good but not great. The Giants were terrible until the playoffs came around.
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Old 04-28-2012, 12:39 AM   #332
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Not really. I mean the Cowboys secondary was apparently terrible last year and the Eagles remain committed to the wide 9, aka the worst defensive system in all of football. Redskins were pretty good but not great. The Giants were terrible until the playoffs came around.
I said bloodthirsty, not good in all facets. They may give up a ton of yards and points, but the NFC east can still punish quarterbacks thanks to having quality players in the front 4 and front 7.

The wide 9 can work, when they players aren't complete greenhorns to the system and you have the horses to run the system. Detroit and Tennessee are two examples.
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Lamar Miller RB, Miami
Phillip Thomas S, Syracuse
Joe Adams WR/RS Arkansas
Robert Turbin RB, Utah State
Bobby Massie OT, Ole Miss
Zebrie Sanders OT, FSU
Alameda Ta'amu NT, Washington
Andrew Datko, OT, FSU

Would be happy with any of them.
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Lamar Miller RB, Miami
Phillip Thomas S, Syracuse
Joe Adams WR/RS Arkansas
Robert Turbin RB, Utah State
Bobby Massie OT, Ole Miss
Zebrie Sanders OT, FSU
Alameda Ta'amu NT, Washington
Andrew Datko, OT, FSU

Would be happy with any of them.
Give me Miller and Sanders in the 4th, Thomas in the 5th and I'm pleased.
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Lamar Miller RB, Miami
Phillip Thomas S, Syracuse
Joe Adams WR/RS Arkansas
Robert Turbin RB, Utah State
Bobby Massie OT, Ole Miss
Zebrie Sanders OT, FSU
Alameda Ta'amu NT, Washington
Andrew Datko, OT, FSU

Would be happy with any of them.
Thomas or sanders
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Old 04-28-2012, 02:53 AM   #336
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Not gonna lie; us picking the LeRibere or whatever his name is, is cracking me up with his various responses over the board.

"Who is this guy?"

"What did we pick?"

"What a wasted pick!"

"He's a great player, we just need to let him sit on the practice squad a few years"

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Old 04-28-2012, 03:48 AM   #337
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Lamar Miller RB, Miami
Phillip Thomas S, Syracuse
Joe Adams WR/RS Arkansas
Robert Turbin RB, Utah State
Bobby Massie OT, Ole Miss
Zebrie Sanders OT, FSU
Alameda Ta'amu NT, Washington
Andrew Datko, OT, FSU

Would be happy with any of them.
Any 2 of those 3, I'd be fine with; Thomas will still be available in the 5th, IMO
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Old 04-28-2012, 03:56 AM   #338
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Any 2 of those 3, I'd be fine with; Thomas will still be available in the 5th, IMO


I was referring to the rest of the draft.
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Not gonna lie; us picking the LeRibere or whatever his name is, is cracking me up with his various responses over the board.

"Who is this guy?"

"What did we pick?"

"What a wasted pick!"

"He's a great player, we just need to let him sit on the practice squad a few years"

hahaha
I love it too. Somehow, if you don't know every single of the more than 200 picks, the guy isn't worth it.

From what i've read, some people had him in the 3rd, some 4 and some later. I think that is to be expected with the later rounds: analysis of each player becomes a lot more subjective.

And let's not forget, we got a 7th rounder!!!
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I'd like Lamar Miller, but I'm only basing that off his Ohio State, VT, and FSU games. I haven't spent months researching and watching all his game tape, so I'll have to wait for Bruce & Co. to tell me how to think.
Even if you did, some here still would say "your not entitled to your own opinion"
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Thats funny.
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