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Old 12-03-2013, 12:06 AM   #16
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I hope we go WR w/ our first pick: either Mike Adams or Sammy Watkins. (One of them could make it to Round Two, right?) We need a deep threat desperately. Aldrick is a joke. Please surround RGIII w/ some weapons.
No way, draft OL and front 7 on D the whole damn draft. Can sign WR and secondary help in FA.
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:30 AM   #17
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I hope we go WR w/ our first pick: either Mike Adams or Sammy Watkins. (One of them could make it to Round Two, right?) We need a deep threat desperately. Aldrick is a joke. Please surround RGIII w/ some weapons.
Yes! We need a Doug Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse on our team. Clearly they are the reason Russell Wilson is so good. It's all about the weapons and those guys are some of the best of all time! Their Tight End is amazing too. What's his name again?
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As long as they contribute to the team and play well, I dont care who it is.
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Old 12-03-2013, 01:49 AM   #19
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I want Jared Abbrederis in the 3rd/4th round. We could use a hardworking receiver with good hands
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Old 12-03-2013, 10:12 AM   #20
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Yes! We need a Doug Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse on our team. Clearly they are the reason Russell Wilson is so good. It's all about the weapons and those guys are some of the best of all time! Their Tight End is amazing too. What's his name again?
LMAO The way RGIII won't pull the trigger unless his receivers have five yards of separation. We need WRs who can get college-open. SMH
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Old 12-03-2013, 10:53 AM   #21
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I hope we go WR w/ our first pick: either Mike Adams or Sammy Watkins. (One of them could make it to Round Two, right?) We need a deep threat desperately. Aldrick is a joke. Please surround RGIII w/ some weapons.
Watch the video on these two guys. I don't know how to post videos otherwise I would...
L' Damian Washington



It is hard to find vids on Washington because Mizzou control the media released on their players. If you want to see him watch the SEC championship vs. Auburn.


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Old 12-03-2013, 10:00 PM   #22
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Watch the video on these two guys. I don't know how to post videos otherwise I would...
L' Damian Washington



It is hard to find vids on Washington because Mizzou control the media released on their players. If you want to see him watch the SEC championship vs. Auburn.


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If L'Daimian Washington is available in the 4th, I would absolutely draft him. He's a heck of a speedster with great hands, nice size, and potential. With our first pick, I'm hoping we take the best non-LT offensive lineman available. Protecting RG3 and giving him more weapons have to be the priority; hopefully, we go heavy on offensive linemen and WRs.


L’Damian Washington, WR, Missouri, NFL Draft - CBSSports.com - NFLDraftScout.com
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Old 12-04-2013, 03:13 AM   #23
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I know how Shanny likes to package players. I really like these two guys.

Iowa 6'7", 265 pounds TE CJ Fiedorowicz. Our very own Graham.

Iowa ILB James Morris. Guy reminds me of Sean Lee

Baylor Tevin Reese. Played two years with RG3.
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Old 12-04-2013, 04:16 AM   #24
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Let's see - #1 rushing offense, 7th in total YPG... 27th passing defense. Right let's draft offensive weapons.

On board with the Skov train. If Sunseri skips his senior year I think he'd be a nice pick up with a mid-late rounder, ACL considered.
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Old 12-04-2013, 11:09 AM   #25
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^ believe the hype that Shanny feeds you. #1 rushing offense, #7 YPG, #19 in scoring. The offense is not as good as you think.

We need players and difference makers, not just warm bodies.
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Old 12-04-2013, 11:19 AM   #26
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^ believe the hype that Shanny feeds you. #1 rushing offense, #7 YPG, #19 in scoring. The offense is not as good as you think.

We need players and difference makers, not just warm bodies.
They need players that can block and that can get off blocks. That's my opinion right now.

I would say the skins need players almost ecerywhere on the team. But linemen are more essential to a teams success than offensive weapons in my opinion.
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Old 12-04-2013, 11:40 AM   #27
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Upcoming draft probably need to go DE or DT (depending on if we switch to 4-3), RT, and WR. Best available from those positions first 3 picks. Then look ILB, Guard, WR there after.

Kinda sad Shanny and Bruce busted out of all Olineman draft wise cept for Silverback and all WRs. Kinda pathetic
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Let's see - #1 rushing offense, 7th in total YPG... 27th passing defense. Right let's draft offensive weapons.

On board with the Skov train. If Sunseri skips his senior year I think he'd be a nice pick up with a mid-late rounder, ACL considered.
If a good defensive back falls to us in the late rounds, that would be great. But we have 3 talented young players in the secondary right now that will only improve with time. Looking longterm, offensive linemen need to be the priority. And giving RG3 more legitimate receivers would improve the offense greatly.
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They need players that can block and that can get off blocks. That's my opinion right now.

I would say the skins need players almost ecerywhere on the team. But linemen are more essential to a teams success than offensive weapons in my opinion.
I agree we need those type of players. We also need coaches that can develop those players and I'm not a fan of Chris Foerester
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^ believe the hype that Shanny feeds you. #1 rushing offense, #7 YPG, #19 in scoring. The offense is not as good as you think.

We need players and difference makers, not just warm bodies.
It's certainly better off than the defense is.

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If a good defensive back falls to us in the late rounds, that would be great. But we have 3 talented young players in the secondary right now that will only improve with time. Looking longterm, offensive linemen need to be the priority. And giving RG3 more legitimate receivers would improve the offense greatly.
Assuming we're talking Amerson, Rambo, Thomas - I only have a lick of legitimate optimism for one of them at this point (Amerson). Not saying that can't change, but that's just where I'm at.

I'm cool with drafting O-line as well, but I just don't think our need at WR outweighs our needs at RT, G/C, MLB, & DB.
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