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Old 01-15-2012, 01:40 PM   #436
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I have had a man crush on Ben Grubbs since he came out of Auburn, he is also better than anyone currently on our team at the position.
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Old 01-15-2012, 02:16 PM   #437
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Look man, I love DeCastro, I think he's a great player, but this line's weakness is Tackle, so Martin is more likely, I don't see us going guard until atleast 3rd round.
Yes and no, both G and T need shoring. When you have the best G prospect since Hutchinson you go for him, not only that but he's a pulling guard. have you seen him play? The guy is fantastic, the running game would be awesome, which opens the passing game. Smith can play even though you think, Shanahan does so do many writers out there.
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Old 01-15-2012, 02:32 PM   #438
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I would not have a problem with the team adding a top OL propest with our first pick in the draft if that is the most beneficial move for the squad. If we can find a QB in FA and not have to worry about moving up in the draft to grab him then we can use our 6th pick to add someone of importance. It is also nice to have 4 picks in the first 100. We can add some starters with those picks.
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I would not have a problem with the team adding a top OL propest with our first pick in the draft if that is the most beneficial move for the squad. If we can find a QB in FA and not have to worry about moving up in the draft to grab him then we can use our 6th pick to add someone of importance. It is also nice to have 4 picks in the first 100. We can add some starters with those picks.
Aaron Rodgers said today that he believes that Matt Flynn will leave to become a starter next year, and that he believes that Matt Flynn is a top 10 NFL QB.


I remember hearing reports on one of those pregame shows (ESPN, FOX, CBS) that Matt Flynn was playing better than Aaron Rodgers in their practices, in terms of accuracy, calling plays, identify the blitz, etc. Yeah I know Its Practice, but when the organization is hyping him up that much, and he throws for 6 TD's, it makes you lean more towards he's a boom more than a bust.
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Yes and no, both G and T need shoring. When you have the best G prospect since Hutchinson you go for him, not only that but he's a pulling guard. have you seen him play? The guy is fantastic, the running game would be awesome, which opens the passing game. Smith can play even though you think, Shanahan does so do many writers out there.
Hahaha Yes! Of Course I have seen him play! I watched him against Oregon, USC, and OK St, he was the same consistent player against all guys. I just feel like he's the same case as say a Trent Richardson; Great player, but not a Major need like QB, CB, ILB, Tackle, WR.
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Like I said we trade down u pick him, I'm more concerned with OL than WR. It all starts in the trenches. We need an OL that manhandles defenses.
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Old 01-15-2012, 03:11 PM   #442
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Aaron Rodgers said today that he believes that Matt Flynn will leave to become a starter next year, and that he believes that Matt Flynn is a top 10 NFL QB.


I remember hearing reports on one of those pregame shows (ESPN, FOX, CBS) that Matt Flynn was playing better than Aaron Rodgers in their practices, in terms of accuracy, calling plays, identify the blitz, etc. Yeah I know Its Practice, but when the organization is hyping him up that much, and he throws for 6 TD's, it makes you lean more towards he's a boom more than a bust.
I am going to play a little devils advocate here, and say that GB puts the franchise tag on Flynn just get something for him in a trade. If so then GB players and coaches would be talking him up just to add to his trade value that could benefit the Packers in the long run.

It is an angle that you should look if GB decides to take that approach this coming Feb.
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I am going to play a little devils advocate here, and say that GB puts the franchise tag on Flynn just get something for him in a trade. If so then GB players and coaches would be talking him up just to add to his trade value that could benefit the Packers in the long run.

It is an angle that you should look if GB decides to take that approach this coming Feb.
They certainly could go that route, but just to play devil's advocate again, if nobody meets their price they would be stuck paying him even more than Rodgers (about $14.5M) to sit on the bench. Plus they need to get a deal done with Finley so they might want to use the tag on him instead. They'll definitely have some tough decisions to make. I don't see them letting him walk for nothing either.
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Packers “unlikely” to use franchise tag on Flynn | ProFootballTalk

Funny you should bring up Flynn and franchising him
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Old 01-15-2012, 04:07 PM   #445
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Matty- for sure that would be the gamble and problem with actually doing that, but hey just thought I would bring it up for the hell of it.

Cult- thanks for the quick link on that! way to do your homework and bring the a game. ha!
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Here is my adjusted hopefull 2012 Roster.

QB: RGIII, Vince Young or Josh Johnson Practice Squad: Kellen Moore
RB: Helu, Royster, Hightower, LaMichael James
FB Darrell Young
WR: Hankerson, Royal, Gaffney, Austin, Armstrong, Paul, Moss, Stallworth, Plaxico Burress, A. Robinson ( Not all these guys make it to opening day roster but I want competition)
TE: Cooley, Davis, Paulsen

T: Williams, Brown, Polumbus, Smith
G: Chester, Hurt, Gurode, Mid draft rookie pick like Phillip Blake possible G/C or Brewster
C: Lichtensteiger

NT: Neild, Cofield, Baker, Paul Soliai (if we could pick up Soliai I'd move Cofield to DE
DE: Bowen, Jenkins, Carriker, Igor Olshansky, Kentwan Balmer (competition for 53)
LB: Alexander, Fletcher, Kerrigan, Orakpo, Riley, D’Qwell Jackson-(could replace Fletch), Fox, White
CB: Barnes, Hall, Wilson, Westbrook, Thompson, I would say Grimes but his price tag may be too high. Brandon Carr instead

FS: Atogwe, Gomes
SS: Landry (only if he has achielies surg), Doughty

K: Gano- I know many don't like him but I feel we put him in bad spot a lot of times Draft someon better if need be, lol.
P: Rocca

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Old 01-15-2012, 06:11 PM   #447
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I would not have a problem with the team adding a top OL propest with our first pick in the draft if that is the most beneficial move for the squad. If we can find a QB in FA and not have to worry about moving up in the draft to grab him then we can use our 6th pick to add someone of importance. It is also nice to have 4 picks in the first 100. We can add some starters with those picks.
Other than Matt Flynn, what other QB are slated to be free agents? Would you rather for the Browns to sign Flynn which would undoubtedly assure us of drafting RG3? If this scenario happens, then more than likely the Redskins wouldn't have to trade up since the Browns are projected to take Alabama's Trent Richardson. Or would you rather the Skins keep their draft picks and sign a free agent QB?

Free Agent QBs rarely pan out like ones who are drafted high.
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I just think there is alot to play out before the draft with FA and teams releasing guys, you never know who may be available.
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Other than Matt Flynn, what other QB are slated to be free agents? Would you rather for the Browns to sign Flynn which would undoubtedly assure us of drafting RG3? If this scenario happens, then more than likely the Redskins wouldn't have to trade up since the Browns are projected to take Alabama's Trent Richardson. Or would you rather the Skins keep their draft picks and sign a free agent QB?

Free Agent QBs rarely pan out like ones who are drafted high.
Why wouldn't Cleveland take RG3? Coy ain't that good seems to me Cleveland could use a big splash play maker
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