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Old 12-06-2009, 08:03 PM   #46
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Yes, a franchise tackle will compliment Devin Thoma very well.
I agree...you build on the O line pick up a kid out the draft as far as the QB position goes I think we hang on to Campbell and Brenan. Thomas and Kelly are gonna be great! 2010 looks promising for this team...I could be wrong but I keep the bingo caller on as a O.C. too. But as far as QB goes maybe not a Sam Bradford or Tim Tebow but possibly a Tony Pike, or maybe that guy from Texas...lol Give Jason some real competition at camp
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I agree...you build on the O line pick up a kid out the draft as far as the QB position goes I think we hang on to Campbell and Brenan. Thomas and Kelly are gonna be great! 2010 looks promising for this team...I could be wrong but I keep the bingo caller on as a O.C. too. But as far as QB goes maybe not a Sam Bradford or Tim Tebow but possibly a Tony Pike, or maybe that guy from Texas...lol Give Jason some real competition at camp
It's actually looking like Marc Bulger will be available next year. I think he would be a decent stopgap if we got rid of JC. Personally though I want to see 2 offensive lineman picked with our top 3 picks (1,2,4).

I'm also starting to think that if we can get him then Mike Holmgren would be the best guy to coach this team. Sherman Lewis deserves to stay and bringing in Holmgren would help insure that he does. The only problem is we emasculated one of his pupils so how he responds to that will help determine weather or not he accepts a job here. Of course Vinny could easily be pointed to by Snyder as the fall guy.
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Negative ghostrider...we've seen how good our offense can be with a good line, and we are in desperate need of a franchise tackle. We've already used a lot of resources in the defense, and a good FO (that's the key, a good FO) should be able to find a good FS in the later rounds or free agency. However, you cannot pass up a franchise tackle like Okung.
How about a better tackle in FA than Heyer? I think that's something we can address in FA and then go second round. With our record, I think there are maybe two players in college who would put our defense as one of the best we've seen in years.
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What we need is a guy that has the strength of Orakpo as as an O linemen
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How about a better tackle in FA than Heyer? I think that's something we can address in FA and then go second round. With our record, I think there are maybe two players in college who would put our defense as one of the best we've seen in years.
Or or, how 'bout we draft a tackle in the first round and put him at RT just like what the Ravens did for Oher (and then move him to LT later on).
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What we need is a guy that has the strength of Orakpo as as an O linemen
The only guy with that amount of strength is Larry Allen and he's either retired or on his last legs.
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Or or, how 'bout we draft a tackle in the first round and put him at RT just like what the Ravens did for Oher (and then move him to LT later on).
I wouldn't complain about that for sure, BUT after seeing Landry play like he did today (beast against the run, but not great against the pass) I'd love to see us get another safety to move him back to his natural position.
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So how are we feeling about Mike Williams at RG?
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So how are we feeling about Mike Williams at RG?
I thought I remember hearing a compliment there for big Mike from the broadcasters. I think overall the line played very well.
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So how are we feeling about Mike Williams at RG?
I'm all about it. Kind of like a cheap Leonard Davis.
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So how are we feeling about Mike Williams at RG?
Well, it was better than I thought, I guess.. No sacks and our 3rd and 4th running backs ran well.. Therefore, he performed well..
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It's actually looking like Marc Bulger will be available next year. I think he would be a decent stopgap if we got rid of JC. Personally though I want to see 2 offensive lineman picked with our top 3 picks (1,2,4).

I'm also starting to think that if we can get him then Mike Holmgren would be the best guy to coach this team. Sherman Lewis deserves to stay and bringing in Holmgren would help insure that he does. The only problem is we emasculated one of his pupils so how he responds to that will help determine weather or not he accepts a job here. Of course Vinny could easily be pointed to by Snyder as the fall guy.
Or sign Bulger, keep JC, and let the better man start.
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I wouldn't complain about that for sure, BUT after seeing Landry play like he did today (beast against the run, but not great against the pass) I'd love to see us get another safety to move him back to his natural position.
If we can get an extra pick in the 2nd or early 3rd, I'd go for Nate Allen out of USF

can Rogers play FS?
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I'm not claiming to be a football expert by any means, but isn't the transition to safety easy compared to DB?
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If we can get an extra pick in the 2nd or early 3rd, I'd go for Nate Allen out of USF

can Rogers play FS?
Allen will probably go in the late first round.
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