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Old 01-20-2013, 12:15 PM   #301
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barring setbacks he'll be ready for otas and camp. He had the same procedure as Griffin just without the LCL repair. Left knee patella graft onto right knee ACL
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I'd like to see us go after a safety and corner with our 2nd and 3rd rd picks. I'd wait to look at RT later on, or just continue to develop Compton and re-sign Polumbus. This draft should be heavily focused on the defense.
Any combo of Eric Reid, Baccari Rambo, Phillip Thomas, Tyrann Mathieu, David Amerson, or Xavier Rhodes would satisfy me. But, I want Mathieu the most.
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Get younger on D in this draft. Maybe draft Rhodes for secondary he could also be our return guy,which we are in desperate need of, D-Line is OK but getting old, Michael Mauti at ILB later in draft. improve offense with FA. Reggie Bush for 3rd down back and spell Morris . We have our speed receivers,but we need the big physical receiver. Denario Alexander would give RG III a big target unless we can snag RG III's guy from Baylor Mel Kiper's #1 WR in the draft so I doubt it. Get Clady or Vollmer for RT.
You do know that Reggie Bush isnt a 3rd down back only? He is a full time back. Helu is our 3rd down change of pace back.
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You do know that Reggie Bush isnt a 3rd down back only? He is a full time back. Helu is our 3rd down change of pace back.

Bush is more of a 3rd down back than a every down back. Think Sproles. Yes, I do realize he is being used every down, but he's really not suited for that. There are very few "every down" backs out there. (Ex: LT/Portis/Terrell Davis/Faulk/E. Smith)
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Any combo of Eric Reid, Baccari Rambo, Phillip Thomas, Tyrann Mathieu, David Amerson, or Xavier Rhodes would satisfy me. But, I want Mathieu the most.
100% agreement from me. Theres something about this Mathieu guy which I love. I still say worst case that if Mathieu is a liability in coverage, worst case he is still a great returner and blitzer out of the nickel. I love xavier rhodes, but he's going 1st barring an awful combine (same can be said for Eric Reid). And as I mentioned earlier, the cowboys are in perfect position to build LSUs secondary from last year. They have a mid first now (where Reid is projected to go) and have a need at FS. They already have Claiborne. They can easily get mathieu to be that fiesty zone CB since their moving to a 4-3 tampa 2 defense. Add in simon and they can have 4 of the LSU guys.

Btw I watched a little bit of the East West Shrine game and 3 guys really stuck out to me.

Devin Taylor South Carolina a 6'7 270lb DE/OLB who is fast and obviously tall and can bat down passes left and right. He looks a lot like Pierre Paul.

Cooper Taylor a 6'4 220lb FS out of Richmond. He played well, but with his size and some coaching, definitely some potential there.

Matt Evans New Hampshire 6 230lbs MLB 3 time Buck Buchanan finalist, 1 time winner. And 3 time FCS all american.

Earl Watford JMU Guard- I didn't see him play but hear good things about him.

David Bass Western Missouri State DE/OLB--Same as watford
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I think one of the first two picks will need to be spent in the defensive front seven because that area is so critical to the success of the overall defense.

The other probably will be spent on the secondary, but I wouldn't rule out an offensive selection either.
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I think one of the first two picks will need to be spent in the defensive front seven because that area is so critical to the success of the overall defense.

The other probably will be spent on the secondary, but I wouldn't rule out an offensive selection either.
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Any combo of Eric Reid, Baccari Rambo, Phillip Thomas, Tyrann Mathieu, David Amerson, or Xavier Rhodes would satisfy me. But, I want Mathieu the most.
Any of these corners but I want DJ Swearinger for our safety pick.
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2013 NFL Mock Draft: Pre-Super Bowl Edition | Bleacher Report

Matt Miller has us taking Poyer in the 2nd and Rambo in the 3rd
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Bush is more of a 3rd down back than a every down back. Think Sproles. Yes, I do realize he is being used every down, but he's really not suited for that. There are very few "every down" backs out there. (Ex: LT/Portis/Terrell Davis/Faulk/E. Smith)
You know what I mean, he isn't gonna come here to be a change of pace back when he has already proven he can be a featured back.
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2013 NFL Mock Draft: Pre-Super Bowl Edition | Bleacher Report

Matt Miller has us taking Poyer in the 2nd and Rambo in the 3rd
If we take Rambo is he allowed to use his Bowie knife on the field?
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Matt Miller has us taking Poyer in the 2nd and Rambo in the 3rd
I would have no problem whatsoever with those picks.
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1st REDSKINS DRAFT NEWS OF THE SEASON:

Your first draft nugget/news about the redskins is that we talked for a very long period of time to Lane Johnson LT out of Oklahoma, according to Tony Pauline SI.com draft expert.

Lane Johnson is a very athletic tackle who is a former TE. He did very well against Demontre Moore of Texas A&M who is considered to be a top 10 pick. Could he be a replacement on the left to move Trent to RT? Or is he a RT? The point is Polumbus, judging by our draft scouts high interest in the OLineman at the senior bowl [and Lane Johnson], doesn't look like he'll be starting here next year (no big shocker)

Heres some more senior bowl stuff:

NFP Previews Six Defensive Players in the Senior Bowl. | National Football Post

Eight offensive players to watch in the Senior Bowl | National Football Post

2013 Senior Bowl Measureables | National Football Post

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1st REDSKINS DRAFT NEWS OF THE SEASON:

Your first draft nugget/news about the redskins is that we talked for a very long period of time to Lane Johnson LT out of Oklahoma, according to Tony Pauline SI.com draft expert.

Lane Johnson is a very athletic tackle who is a former TE. He did very well against Demontre Moore of Texas A&M who is considered to be a top 10 pick. Could he be a replacement on the left to move Trent to RT? Or is he a RT? The point is Polumbus, judging by our draft scouts high interest in the OLineman at the senior bowl [and Lane Johnson], doesn't look like he'll be starting here next year (no big shocker)

Heres some more senior bowl stuff:

NFP Previews Six Defensive Players in the Senior Bowl. | National Football Post

Eight offensive players to watch in the Senior Bowl | National Football Post

2013 Senior Bowl Measureables | National Football Post
Almost zero chance Trent moves to RT. this guy would def be polumbus' replacement.
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Washington Redskins 2013 All-Bad Boy Mock Draft - Hogs Haven

Interesting look at the draft, like Jeremy Shockey said you don't want any lawyers and doctors on the field with you.
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