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Old 02-25-2013, 04:32 PM   #466
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Since we already have 7 picks I think we're ok as is. Although given this front office's approach in the past I'm sure we'll move around some in the draft.
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Old 02-25-2013, 04:35 PM   #467
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Te'o has had a horrible day doing his drills. 4.81 & 4.80 FORTY. Looked horrible in the agility drills.

I hope the Giants waste their 1st rnd pick on him. Morris will roll him all day.
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Old 02-25-2013, 04:37 PM   #468
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Saw this what do you think?

http://fanspeak.com/washingtonredski...kpiling-picks/

Didn't we do this like two drafts ago.
I'm also all for this. However if there's a guy on that first round border, like Elam for example, and he's there or a few picks away, I'm all for grading up a few picks or staying put to get that guy.

Like we've said before, besides the fact that this draft has no great QBs, it has pretty much everything else, and it has depth, especially at positions of need for the redskins. I love it. Draft draft draft. This is the biggest sign to the redskins we are in the right direction/ doing something right if everything in the draft the past few years have been great for our needs. The cap penalty is basically another sign to us that we should continue drafting.
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Old 02-25-2013, 08:29 PM   #469
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Looks like we have another dumbass LSU player that doesn't know how to shut his mouth.

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Not only that, seems many of his coaches killed him about his attitude.

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- To expand on a post from yesterday, we’ve been hearing since October that Sam Montgomery/DE/LSU was not receiving rave reviews from his college coaches. More to the point I was told the LSU coaches have been slamming him. Montgomery’s attitude and personality did not sat well with a number of his former teammates or coaches.

Would not touch this kid.
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Old 02-25-2013, 09:02 PM   #470
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Te'o has had a horrible day doing his drills. 4.81 & 4.80 FORTY. Looked horrible in the agility drills.

I hope the Giants waste their 1st rnd pick on him. Morris will roll him all day.

Some funny stuff up here.

John Harbaugh is unimpressed by Manti Te'o's 40 - SBNation.com


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Old 02-26-2013, 10:53 AM   #471
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Te'o is an excellent football player, but the market for run-first middle linebackers is similar to the market for quarterbacks: every team only needs one, and the success of your MLB is very much a function of the talent around him. The MLB is hardly ever isolated in the scheme, much like the quarterback.

The fact is there were only about 8 or 9 teams that were ever going to be in the market for Te'o, and a fall to the second round was always a possibility. The Patriots got Brandon Spikes with the last pick in the second round, and Spikes essentially was a poor man's Te'o.

I'm still not sure he'll get past the Giants though.
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Video: Tyrann Mathieu runs under 4.5 in his first combine 40, starts the NFL redemption process | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports

- I was wrong about him running a 4.5+, Also he gained muscle and weighed in at 186. He is making all the right moves.

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Old 02-26-2013, 01:30 PM   #473
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Landry Jones ran a 5.11 in the 40 with a "unique" running style.


"Landry Jones. Jones ran an expectedly slow 40-time, clocking in at 5.11 seconds, last among the 13 quarterbacks who competed."

Compared to RGIII (torching Cam Newton and Andrew Luck).

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Old 02-26-2013, 01:44 PM   #474
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^ Still ran 4.38
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Old 02-26-2013, 02:13 PM   #475
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I look at all these DBs and see maybe a handful that I wouldn't want. Translation; I love this class of DBs. None of these guys are ''slow'' and need to be moved to safety based on poor speed.

Matt Elam ran a 4.54. Pretty good for an NFL safety. I'm pretty sure he just guaranteed himself to go before we pick.
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Te'o has had a horrible day doing his drills. 4.81 & 4.80 FORTY. Looked horrible in the agility drills.

I hope the Giants waste their 1st rnd pick on him. Morris will roll him all day.
Well, Te'o does actually have safety speed.

Only problem is that that safety plays on the same team as Te'o (Zeke Motta 4.81)
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I look at all these DBs and see maybe a handful that I wouldn't want. Translation; I love this class of DBs. None of these guys are ''slow'' and need to be moved to safety based on poor speed.

Matt Elam ran a 4.54. Pretty good for an NFL safety. I'm pretty sure he just guaranteed himself to go before we pick.
As did Desmond Trufant. Especially with Banks running a bad 40. Trufant will get selected before the Skins pick.
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Rhodes ran faster than I thought he would. Actually thought Honey Badger would be faster than 4.5
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Bacarri Rambo

We need to draft this guy so I can buy his jersey.
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Te'o has had a horrible day doing his drills. 4.81 & 4.80 FORTY. Looked horrible in the agility drills.

I hope the Giants waste their 1st rnd pick on him. Morris will roll him all day.
I wouldn't pay too much attention to his combine results. Te'o is a football player with great football instincs. He can play football. If he's sitting there in the 2nd round when we pick, I think he's worth a serious look.
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