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Old 04-10-2014, 08:06 PM   #241
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Actually Jimmie ward had 7 interceptions in 2013, but no one else above him- beats 6 ints
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Old 04-10-2014, 09:06 PM   #242
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We have too many holes to fill to go after the dream TE set this year. We have to go O or D line with that first pick. Don't care who falls to us. Strong trenches make the skilled players 1,000 times better.
I would be surprised if we go DL with our first pick, slightly less surprised if we go OL
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Old 04-10-2014, 09:15 PM   #243
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I think Bucannon's much better in coverage than cbs sports gives him credit for- 6 interceptions in 2013 is better than the safeties rated above him. Before that 2012- 4 interceptions and 2011- 3 ints. 4.49 In the 40 tops all of them too.
I agree that Bucannon is better in coverage than most give him credit for. 6 INTs is 6 INTs, after all. He can't play man-to-man that well, but as long as he's playing zone, his pass coverage is solid. And he hits so hard that he forces a lot of dropped passes. But the best part about his game is that even though he hits ferociously hard, he's a reliable tackler. That alone could make him a starter immediately in our secondary.
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Old 04-10-2014, 09:17 PM   #244
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I would be surprised if we go DL with our first pick, slightly less surprised if we go OL
Even if an immediate starter at RT is available? Can't see Gruden passing that up. What position do you think we'll address first?
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Old 04-10-2014, 09:53 PM   #245
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Old 04-10-2014, 09:54 PM   #246
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Even if an immediate starter at RT is available? Can't see Gruden passing that up. What position do you think we'll address first?
I'm not sure an immediate starter at RT will be available

I'm not sure what position we'll address first. I thought WR. Now I don't think so. I lean TE or DB (could be CB or FS or hybrid)

If it were me, I'd go BPA at a position of need and I think you could find some good starting caliber LBs at #34
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BPA within reason. IE say you have a tackle and WR with very similar grades (in this case lets say the WR is graded at 8.7 and the OT is graded at 8.4) go with the tackle. If you have a CB that grades out at a 8.9 and your next player at a position of need grades out at 7.8 then either trade down or take the CB. So long as we don't have a repeat of the dreaded 2008 draft I'm fine with BPA.

Not to sound like my cousin you know who but I kind of hope they come away with a viable TE. Not that I don't like Jordan Reed, on the contrary, but I do have concerns about his durability going forward. Hopefully the first year bumps are just him adjusting to the more physical nature of the NFL particularly having to adjust to a 16 game season. Plus I think TE is my favorite position in all of football. I'm the type of guy that would rather have Tony Gonzalez and Antonio Gates in their prime above even Megatron and Randy Moss.
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Old 04-10-2014, 10:20 PM   #248
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I like the idea of BPA, I also like the idea of Jace Amaro at 34, for some reason I have become enamored with him
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Old 04-10-2014, 10:33 PM   #249
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I like the idea of BPA, I also like the idea of Jace Amaro at 34, for some reason I have become enamored with him
I would not be at all surprised if we nab Amaro. And that will be fine with me.
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Old 04-10-2014, 10:35 PM   #250
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BPA at a position of need is the way to go. The only positions I don't want to draft at #34 are QB, RB, WR, K, P, and OLB.

SmootSmack mentioned a versatile FS/CB at #34. Sounds like my boy Lamarcus Joyner is the man. WalterFootball has him going in the 3rd, though; if anyone drafts that guy in the 3rd or late 2nd, they'll be arrested for stealing. That would be f****** awesome to draft Joyner in the 3rd.

And I certainly wouldn't be mad if Jace Amaro is the pick. We need another TE, whether Reed stays healthy or not.
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Old 04-11-2014, 03:35 PM   #251
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I'm not sure an immediate starter at RT will be available

I'm not sure what position we'll address first. I thought WR. Now I don't think so. I lean TE or DB (could be CB or FS or hybrid)

If it were me, I'd go BPA at a position of need and I think you could find some good starting caliber LBs at #34
The only inside lb I've seen so far that I like is CJ Moseley. The rest seem to be way too slow. Haven't seen many olb but they don't seem to be any better than what the Redskins already have.
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Old 04-11-2014, 03:41 PM   #252
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Immediate starters from the draft at positions of need seem to be at db, guard, and right tackle. In that order. And if Jason Verrett is there at 34- need to snatch him up- this guys skills are top 10 talent.
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Old 04-11-2014, 03:47 PM   #253
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Jason Verrett covering slot should be shutdown-like. The Victor Cruzes of the nfl should be worried. The more I think about it - the less it seems like he'll be there at 34.
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Priority #1 to next season's success is making sure our starting ILB opposite Riley is able to cover. Whether it be through crook or through hook, we need to make sure we take care of that. At this point it is the most effective way to improve our win/loss percentage.
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Priority #1 to next season's success is making sure our starting ILB opposite Riley is able to cover. Whether it be through crook or through hook, we need to make sure we take care of that. At this point it is the most effective way to improve our win/loss percentage.

The best option for that is on the Redskins roster - Keenan Robinson. If anyone sees a better option, let us and the Redskins know because I sure can't find a good option in the upcoming draft unless you start considering an OLB like Shazier. Most of these OLBs in college can get pushed around pretty easily by offensive linemen though.
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