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diehardskin2982 04-02-2014 03:26 PM

The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
Now that we have some great additions in the following players.

DeSean Jackson
OL Mike McGlynn
LB Akeem Jordan
CB Tracy Porter
S Ryan Clark
DE Jason Hatcher
LB Darryl Sharpton
K Jake Rogers
DE Clifton Geathers
LB Adam Hayward
G Shawn Lauvao

What happens in the draft? We have some depth that we didn't have before. Post your draft options here new draft options here.

DynamiteRave 04-02-2014 03:29 PM

Re: The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
I literally went, "who the fck is Jake Rogers?" Apparently he's a punter. When did that move happen?

That Guy 04-02-2014 03:30 PM

Re: The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
safety, RT, OG. could go DL too since hatcher et al are old. DL depth is pretty decent, but i don't think there's a starting RT for us at our spot. so i think we'll grab a 1st round safety that falls or grab a DL guy in all likelyhood. i'd be fine with an OG as well.

Lotus 04-02-2014 03:38 PM

Re: The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
Trade 2nd round pick down to middle of second round, picking up extra mid-third rounder (trade value chart supports this)

Then:
2 OT Antonio Richardson
3 FS Terrence Brooks
3 C Travis Swanson
4 ILB Chris Jones
5 RB De’Anthony Thomas
6 TE Richard Rodgers
7 CB Andre Hal

Schneed10 04-02-2014 03:45 PM

Re: The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
Nice plan Lotus.

Now that we have fewer holes, I'm a fan of best player available. I'd also be OK with reaching a half-round for the best safety available.

SirLK26 04-02-2014 03:54 PM

Re: The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
[quote=That Guy;1067023]safety, RT, OG. could go DL too since hatcher et al are old. DL depth is pretty decent, but i don't think there's a starting RT for us at our spot. so i think we'll grab a 1st round safety that falls or grab a DL guy in all likelyhood. i'd be fine with an OG as well.[/quote]

A NT at #34 would be great. Dominique Easley or perhaps Stephen Tuitt if he falls. Probably not any Free Safeties available at #34 will be worth taking at that spot. Pryor and Clinton-Dix will be taken in the 1st, and Terrence Brooks, while the next best available, isn't worth the #34 pick. Could take SS Jimmie Ward, but we already have Meriweather, Rambo, and Thomas there. Before we signed DeSean Jackson, I was hoping for a WR in the 2nd, but that's out of the picture now.

2nd: NT Dominique Easley [B] EDIT:[/B] I accidentally put Tuitt here at first; while that would be great, he probably doesn't fall to #34

3rd: OT Joel Bitonio

4th: CB Rashaad Reynolds

5th: WR Michael Campanaro

6th: FS Dontae Johnson

7th: TE Colt Lyerla

Lotus 04-02-2014 04:02 PM

Re: The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
[quote=Schneed10;1067029]Nice plan Lotus.

Now that we have fewer holes, I'm a fan of best player available. [B]I'd also be OK with reaching a half-round for the best safety available.[/B][/quote]

Good plan. Better a half-round early than a pick too late.

spAtt 04-02-2014 04:24 PM

Re: The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
[quote=DynamiteRave;1067021]I literally went, "who the fck is Jake Rogers?" Apparently he's a punter. When did that move happen?[/quote]

I believe I remember hearing Chris cooley say we picked him up right before or after shanny was fired.

Kindoy 04-02-2014 07:18 PM

Re: The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
Shayne Skov off everyone's radar now?

Lotus 04-02-2014 08:12 PM

Re: The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
[quote=Kindoy;1067074]Shayne Skov off everyone's radar now?[/quote]

Personally I prefer Chris Jones. He may be better than Skov in coverage and we need that skill in an ILB.

SFREDSKIN 04-02-2014 08:37 PM

Re: The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
[quote=Kindoy;1067074]Shayne Skov off everyone's radar now?[/quote]

I would target him if he makes it to the 3rd, our current ILB's are average at best, coming back from injury and/or suited for ST's play. Skov is a smart player, a leader and can play, he would be the perfect successor to Fletcher. How many players in the NFL can say they learn how to play football in Mexico.

Irrefutable 04-02-2014 08:51 PM

Re: The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
[quote=Schneed10;1067029]Nice plan Lotus.

Now that we have fewer holes, I'm a fan of best player available. I'd also be OK with reaching a half-round for the best safety available.[/quote]

S Ed Reynolds Stanford in the 3rd or 4th round

SirLK26 04-03-2014 09:59 AM

Re: The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
[quote=Irrefutable;1067104]S Ed Reynolds Stanford in the 3rd or 4th round[/quote]

Reynolds would be a good one. He takes great angles and is a nice open-field tackler, two things we could definitely use in our secondary.

diehardskin2982 04-03-2014 10:21 AM

Re: The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
I still want Dri Archer on this team to make opposing defenses shit on themselves.

The idea of RG3, Garcon, Morris, Jackson, Archer, Reed, and Roberts. that is scary fast and skilled.

SirLK26 04-03-2014 05:26 PM

Re: The post major FA moves Draft Thread
 
[quote=Kindoy;1067074]Shayne Skov off everyone's radar now?[/quote]

With the additions of Akeem Jordan, Adam Hayward, and Daryl Sharpton, ILB just isn't as big a need as it was a month ago. Akeem Jordan is a capable starter, and Keenan Robinson maybe could start as well if he stays healthy; throw in Hayward and Sharpton as backups/special teamers, and you have a solid group. If Skov or any other ILB is the best player available, I'd say take them. But we certainly won't be reaching.

[quote=diehardskin2982;1067199]I still want Dri Archer on this team to make opposing defenses shit on themselves.

The idea of RG3, Garcon, Morris, Jackson, Archer, Reed, and Roberts. that is scary fast and skilled.[/quote]

And I'm still with you on drafting a fast, versatile weapon, whether it's Archer, De'Anthony Thomas, Marion Grice, or maybe even Henry Josey. Doubt we'll reach for any of those either, though. We have a potentially explosive offense already, so we probably won't draft any of those guys. If Chris Thompson and Helu stay healthy, there wouldn't really be any need for another one anyway. But that's a big "if".


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