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Old 12-11-2011, 08:56 PM   #31
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Why do people keep saying this stupid shit? Drafting in the top 5 doesn't mean you'll get a "game changing" player. So many game changing players have been drafted out of the top 10.
NC now what is the slogan again? Common sense don't make sense to some people.
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Old 12-11-2011, 08:57 PM   #32
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Brian Orakpo Unless I missed it, I didn't see him getting double teamed all day so why was he so quiet
its been happening ALL season. i dont see him getting double teamed much, he hasnt been able to get consistent pressure this season and needs to add some diversity to his pass rush. he has definitely hit a wall this season imo. kerrigan has outshone him.
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Old 12-11-2011, 09:21 PM   #33
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Why do people keep saying this stupid shit? Drafting in the top 5 doesn't mean you'll get a "game changing" player. So many game changing players have been drafted out of the top 10.
I like what you bring to the table NC. But apparently you're unaware that every game changing player ever was drafted in the top 5.
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Old 12-11-2011, 09:31 PM   #34
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Why do people keep saying this stupid shit? Drafting in the top 5 doesn't mean you'll get a "game changing" player. So many game changing players have been drafted out of the top 10.
I hope you enjoy Miami getting their quarterback.
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Old 12-11-2011, 09:32 PM   #35
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Why do people keep saying this stupid shit? Drafting in the top 5 doesn't mean you'll get a "game changing" player. So many game changing players have been drafted out of the top 10.
Yeah well the chances are statistically higher when drafting in the top 5 of each round
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Old 12-11-2011, 09:39 PM   #36
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Another thing, i'm hoping the douchebag quotient on the skins gets reduced by us parting ways with Hall and Landry. They're both maddeningly inconsistent and monumental wastes of talent.
I was pretty outspoken about Hall when we signed him. I thought he was an average CB and was a locker room "cancer" type. I don't know about him as a bad teamate...I think he's been pretty good here in that regard. I still think he's an average to slightly above average cb.

Landry? Just what exactly has he done to deserve a new contract? He's got plenty of potential. But I don't know that he's done much to deserve a big contract.
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Old 12-11-2011, 09:42 PM   #37
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Yeah well the chances are statistically higher when drafting in the top 5 of each round
Let's see your stats.
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Hall.. His attitude, effort and production have all been severely lacking for most of this season. I understand being frustrated, but after clearly committing a penalty to throw the flag back at the ref is immature, selfish and unacceptable. I think he's playing his last games for us.

Rak, where you been bro? You're validating the point of those who say you are solid to good but not great and disappear for long stretches. Raise your level.

Santana, catch the ball. Nuff said.

Me, because I was happy we played a competitive game, was thoroughly entertained but not crushed by the defeat because I have visions of RGIII dancing in my head and we are no worse off than we were at the beginning of the day in that regard.
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Let's see your stats.
Lmao are u serious? It's been proven with many drafts, I'm
Not saying all the players in the top 10 are always better but yes top 10 talent usually ends up better than later 1st round picks
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If you can sit there and say you'd rather have the 15th overall pick instead of the 5th you'd get laughed at
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If you can sit there and say you'd rather have the 15th overall pick instead of the 5th you'd get laughed at
I want you to go back and see how many top 10 picks the Steelers and Packers have had, and then compare that with how many top 10 picks we or any other bottom feeder team has had in the past decade.


The only stat there is when it comes to 1st rounders is that they have a longer life span in the NFL. Now stop and think about that. How many times have we seen first rounders hang around all because they were a first rounder? Had Jason Campbell been a 7th round pick, do you think he would have been given 5 years? Alex Smith? Joey Harrington? Then look at the "project' type QBs/players and see how long they get. Not even a fraction of that type of time.

There are no stats(or none that I have seen) that say there is a higher chance of a "game changer" in the top 5 of the draft as compared to the back half.
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I guess every year, teams selecting in the top five trade way down in the draft to get better players...
...and most of those same teams are in drafting in the same place year after year. /gasp
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Not all of those teams draft in the top 5 ev year lmao only Cleveland and they just suck and have forever
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I guess every year, teams selecting in the top five trade way down in the draft to get better players...
Yep apparently
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Lmao are u serious? It's been proven with many drafts, I'm
Not saying all the players in the top 10 are always better but yes top 10 talent usually ends up better than later 1st round picks
Like Aaron Rodgers and Alex Smith?
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