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Old 03-30-2010, 06:56 PM   #106
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Re: 2010 NFL Off-Season Rumors and Reports (Week 4)

Looks like this guy is getting his act together over the year.

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Guy sounds like he wants it......
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By Bradford, you mean Okung, right?
Bradford has the unique ability to block for himself. This will give us the chance to put 10 recievers on the field and send 5 out on any given play with the other 5 setting up behind the line of scrimage.
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Looks like this guy is getting his act together over the year.

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That sounds great and it is for the like the first week. Then one day you realize crap "I haven't eaten enough today." It's so hard to because the type of food you're eating is very filling.
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Bradford has the unique ability to block for himself. This will give us the chance to put 10 recievers on the field and send 5 out on any given play with the other 5 setting up behind the line of scrimage.
So JZ was just ahead of the game with the swinging gate play. Who knew
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SF's #13 and #49 isn't enough to justify trading them the #4 pick. I wouldn't want to trade down that far in the first round.

I might accept Cleveland's #7 pick and both of their 3rd round picks or a first and a second round pick from either Oakland (8 and 39) or Buffalo (9 and 41).
Boswell of the Wapo agrees with you, as do I.

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By Bradford, you mean Okung, right?
Yes, I would be happy with Okung at #4 if Bradford is off the board. I think I had somewhat of a Freudian slip in my post where I had already given the premise of SB being gone.
I do think that IF Bradford is there at #4, we should take him. I do think if SB is NOT there at #4, we should try and trade down FIRST. I like Okung, but if we can get 2 O-lineman and an additional stud player in a position of need in the first 2 rounds, that seems to be more valuable than Okung. I would love to snag a Javid Best, Rolando McClain, or even the LB Spikes from UF with that 3rd pick via the trade down.
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That sounds great and it is for the like the first week. Then one day you realize crap "I haven't eaten enough today." It's so hard to because the type of food you're eating is very filling.
no doubt.. when I was bulking heavily I'd be going through boxes of rice in a couple of days, family pack of chicken in 2 days, whole heads of broccoli a day, canister of oatmeal at least once a week, etc

a lot of my cals were def liquid, though the shakes get thick too
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This can't be threadworthy, all I want to know is why FredDavisBro86 and Tanner(couldn't remember his screen name) weren't on here big pimpin the race of the century?!?!

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Not that I trust JLC but this would almost guarantee that Detroit doesn't take Okung:

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^Okungs a T, sims is a guard...doesn't mean anything.
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^Okungs a T, sims is a guard...doesn't mean anything.
Well, Detroit has a tackle who they like, but if they take Okung will move to G. Their LT is relatively solid, but their G is not. The reason they have looked at Okung is to move the T to G and strengthen two positions with one pick. If they strengthen the G, than they will not take a LT and push their starter to a backup role. So, in fact, it does mean something.
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Well, Detroit has a tackle who they like, but if they take Okung will move to G. Their LT is relatively solid, but their G is not. The reason they have looked at Okung is to move the T to G and strengthen two positions with one pick. If they strengthen the G, than they will not take a LT and push their starter to a backup role. So, in fact, it does mean something.
Man, Detroit could easily trade down (if the Rams don't take Bradford) and get Iupati (sp?). Although, I wonder if Jim Schwartz would pass taking Suh or McCoy.
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Man, Detroit could easily trade down (if the Rams don't take Bradford) and get Iupati (sp?). Although, I wonder if Jim Schwartz would pass taking Suh or McCoy.
I think there is no way they pass on the DT. They brought the DT from St. Louis, and Schwartz will want to have him pair up and mentor a young stud. Then they can pick up Pouncey, or any of several other C/G options with the 34th pick.

A nod to SS33's mock draft, it really made me look at the other teams from their point of view. It was a great exercise.
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