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Old 04-09-2006, 07:49 PM   #16
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because he's still better than holdman... he had 34 more solo tackles... over 3 times as many solo takedowns.
holdman has atleast shown in his career that he can be good...adams is all special teams nothing special defensively...id take him for cheap but i dont think we would give him dirt to play here...
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Old 04-09-2006, 08:19 PM   #17
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holdman has atleast shown in his career that he can be good...adams is all special teams nothing special defensively...id take him for cheap but i dont think we would give him dirt to play here...
after last year, they're on equal footing to me... well, holdman has to start a step down, but besides that...
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Old 04-09-2006, 08:23 PM   #18
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after last year, they're on equal footing to me... well, holdman has to start a step down, but besides that...
i think if holdman gets another chance in the system, he would do much better. remember it was only his first year with the team in this system, so another year would benefit him.
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Old 04-09-2006, 09:28 PM   #19
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i think adams is a waste and if thats the only option,lets draft someone with alittle upside
I agree, I think we can do better. Lets see what the draft brings.
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Old 04-10-2006, 02:55 AM   #20
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I would like to get Thomas Howard from UTEP with our second rd pick. but the latest i seen is he is going in the first round. 235lbs and runs a 4.42/40. Blitzes very well also.
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What if they get Adams, sign Holdman and draft an LB in the second. Then they have turned another area of "weakness" into a strength.

I cannot emphasize enough how impressed I am with the offseason. The only true weakness that I see is at QB and as long as Brunell is healthy, they will be fine. All I keep hearing is how old he is. Well guess what. He is younger than Rich Gannon was when he had his best years and the talent on that Raiders team wasn't on the same map as this team.

I really think that they are ready for a special year.
I hope you're right, dude. While I personally liked Brunell's performance last season, there was a noticeable dropoff near the season's end thanks to injuries sustained by him and other key players on offense. It's also important to remember that whereas Gannon had spent many years as a journeyman around the league (many of those seasons were spent as a backup), Brunell spent most of his career in Jacksonville, getting the snot beat out of him. I'm definitely rooting for the man, but I'm also a little worried that the years of beatings could take there toll on him by season's end.
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We definitely need a LB either with our 2nd round pick or possibly from free agency. I like Clemons and Khary Campbell in limited roles, but I'm not convinced that either is a starter. Now if McCune suddenly becomes comfortable with MLB, I could see Lemar Marshall switching back to WLB. . . which would make our defense completely wicked.
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I hope you're right, dude. While I personally liked Brunell's performance last season, there was a noticeable dropoff near the season's end thanks to injuries sustained by him and other key players on offense. It's also important to remember that whereas Gannon had spent many years as a journeyman around the league (many of those seasons were spent as a backup), Brunell spent most of his career in Jacksonville, getting the snot beat out of him. I'm definitely rooting for the man, but I'm also a little worried that the years of beatings could take there toll on him by season's end.
Yep, I hear you. If Brunell drops off again towards the end of next season, when conceivably we'll need him the most, Joe Gibbs is the type of coach who will remain loyal to the quarterback to the very end -- almost to the point when its too late. That's why everyone should be rooting for Jason Campbell to win the job outright in training camp this year.
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We definitely need a LB either with our 2nd round pick or possibly from free agency. I like Clemons and Khary Campbell in limited roles, but I'm not convinced that either is a starter. Now if McCune suddenly becomes comfortable with MLB, I could see Lemar Marshall switching back to WLB. . . which would make our defense completely wicked.
mccune is playing OLB right now.
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Yeah, McCune is purely special teams right now.
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If you looked i responding to someone who said if mccune is comfortable at MLB... and pointing out thats not his current position. Thanks though.
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If you looked i responding to someone who said if mccune is comfortable at MLB... and pointing out thats not his current position. Thanks though.
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Old 04-10-2006, 10:52 AM   #30
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However, Adams has an 83 OVR rating on Madden '06 with SPD of 83 and decent AWR. Of course he's overrated due to being on PHIs roster but he must be solid. At least as solid as Holdman. We don't need both veterans. Sign one and draft for depth.
yea he is overrated, and so is the eagles team like you said. everyone seems to still love the eagles for some reason
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