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Old 04-01-2015, 01:03 PM   #16
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NO WR'S PLEASE. Seriously, get one in the 4th round that can be a #3 and be a punt returner. We need a pass rusher or someone that can protect the QB.

Why wouldn't we take Beasley? He seems to be the most complete OLB in the draft. Plus no off the field issues.
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We've done the trade down thing already and it netted us Jarvis Jenkins, Leonard Hankerson, and Roy Helu. Let that bull sink in. We traded up and got RG3, I wanna stay where we are and take the BPA
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We've done the trade down thing already and it netted us Jarvis Jenkins, Leonard Hankerson, and Roy Helu. Let that bull sink in. We traded up and got RG3, I wanna stay where we are and take the BPA
1 dirt-cheap semi-starter, 1 dirt-cheap depth wr, and 1 dirt-cheap role player.

i don't mind.
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1 dirt-cheap semi-starter, 1 dirt-cheap depth wr, and 1 dirt-cheap role player.

i don't mind.
rather take a chance on a major impact player at 5, no question

you can find all 3 of those above in free agency for pennies
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rather take a chance on a major impact player at 5, no question

you can find all 3 of those above in free agency for pennies
do you consider the terence newman and/or miles austin contracts as pennies contracts?
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Old 04-01-2015, 01:51 PM   #21
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a good trade this time with the Rams:

Draft chatter: Redskins-Rams hypothetical trade a fair one | Comcast SportsNet Washington

A good OLB will be available at #10 in the first round, and you can add a safety / guard in the 3rd and 4th
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do you consider the terence newman and/or miles austin contracts as pennies contracts?
I just think I rather take my chance on an impact player
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Old 04-01-2015, 02:01 PM   #23
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I just think I rather take my chance on an impact player
i understand. i am asking you if those are the type of free agent contracts that you referred to for pennies.
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1 dirt-cheap semi-starter, 1 dirt-cheap depth wr, and 1 dirt-cheap role player.

i don't mind.
It was basically 3 dirt cheap garbage players whom which, none of them are on the team just 3 years later
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We've done the trade down thing already and it netted us Jarvis Jenkins, Leonard Hankerson, and Roy Helu. Let that bull sink in. We traded up and got RG3, I wanna stay where we are and take the BPA
That history does not matter at all, that was with incompetent talent evaluators and DS chiming in. We actually have someone who knows what they are doing in charge now. In Scot we trust.
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i understand. i am asking you if those are the type of free agent contracts that you referred to for pennies.
1 year deals for guys who arent worth the 5.5 million they signed for. the players are the pennies in this case.

What did Jenkins and Hank sign for?
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We've done the trade down thing already and it netted us Jarvis Jenkins, Leonard Hankerson, and Roy Helu. Let that bull sink in. We traded up and got RG3, I wanna stay where we are and take the BPA
Quake, it makes zero f'ing sense to apply the poor results of a Bruce Allen/Shanahan draft move to the Scot McCloughan era.

Give Scot those three picks and I guarantee he comes up with a lot better results than Bruce did.
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That history does not matter at all, that was with incompetent talent evaluators and DS chiming in. We actually have someone who knows what they are doing in charge now. In Scot we trust.
I do think this is the year to go all in with the trade down scenario. Now if there is a guy you want available, you take him, but, this year, and this year only, we have as our GM a guy who was looking at all the college players and generating reports for several different teams in need of different positions. We ought to try and take advantage of that fact.
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Old 04-01-2015, 03:01 PM   #29
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I believe in BPA in general. I believe more picks = more chances to add starters

But I also believe that when you are sitting in the top 10, you shouldnt trade down so far that all of your grade A players are gone.

I dont care if we trade down but i dont want to trade down so far that all the potential grade A players like shelton, ray, scherff or even beasley are gone.

We have the no. 5 overall pick. There seems to be plenty of grade A talent for the top 10 to 12 picks. id like to stay in the top 10.
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That history does not matter at all, that was with incompetent talent evaluators and DS chiming in. We actually have someone who knows what they are doing in charge now. In Scot we trust.
Actually Bruce Allen was, and still is, a member of our personnel team as well as the leader of the franchise. It was Allen who gave us the McNabb trade, for example. He's still in charge. He's McC's boss.

Before someone says, "They said Scot has full control," please understand that they said the same under Shanahan, yet Allen gave us both the McNabb trade and the RGIII trade.
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