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Old 11-04-2010, 11:54 PM   #16
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Re: 2008 three year-evaluation

In hindsight, we could have just stayed pat with BPA and have taken Sam Baker. BPA being the player the lowest probability of not busting

But for all you all who would have said "BUT WE ALREADY HAD CHRIS SAMUELS" fellas who would be shocked at drafting for the future, I think 2009 showed why apparently irrational decisions are actually very rational.

Also, we could have done a better job of ignoring "need", which in this case was "Size at WR" and instead took the "playmaker" least likely to bust REGARDLESS OF SIZE.

Fred Davis was a good decision, IMO.
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In hindsight, we could have just stayed pat with BPA and have taken Sam Baker. BPA being the player the lowest probability of not busting

But for all you all who would have said "BUT WE ALREADY HAD CHRIS SAMUELS" fellas who would be shocked at drafting for the future, I think 2009 showed why apparently irrational decisions are actually very rational.

Also, we could have done a better job of ignoring "need", which in this case was "Size at WR" and instead took the "playmaker" least likely to bust REGARDLESS OF SIZE.

Fred Davis was a good decision, IMO.
Too bad Vinny came out and said that if he stayed at that pick he would have taken Devin Thomas.
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Old 11-05-2010, 01:59 AM   #18
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In hindsight, we could have just stayed pat with BPA and have taken Sam Baker. BPA being the player the lowest probability of not busting

But for all you all who would have said "BUT WE ALREADY HAD CHRIS SAMUELS" fellas who would be shocked at drafting for the future, I think 2009 showed why apparently irrational decisions are actually very rational.

Also, we could have done a better job of ignoring "need", which in this case was "Size at WR" and instead took the "playmaker" least likely to bust REGARDLESS OF SIZE.

Fred Davis was a good decision, IMO.
what does bpa stand for?
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Old 11-05-2010, 02:05 AM   #19
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Too bad Vinny came out and said that if he stayed at that pick he would have taken Devin Thomas.
Even more reason to thank God that dumbass is out of here.
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what does bpa stand for?
Best player available.
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