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Old 01-01-2012, 10:55 PM   #106
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JPP has freakish speed and explosion, Rak simply isn't in his league in that regard.
And a freakish wingspan.
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Old 01-01-2012, 10:59 PM   #107
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Don't get excited just yet, if Adam Shefter speculates that it would take at least 3 #1's and 2 #2's for the overall #1 pick, what does it say about the 2nd or 3rd overall pick? A lot more than you think.

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Luck is in a different league from RGIII as a prospect. While teams will certainly be enamored with RGIII he's not the type of guy that teams will be willing to trade the farm for. He's in that Cam Newton/Sam Bradford territory where people aren't sure he should be picked so high but they understand. Panthers and Rams failed to receive any serious calls for their respective number 1 picks on draft day.
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Old 01-01-2012, 10:59 PM   #108
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Why does Rob Ryan get more face time than any other defensive coordinator in the league? He didn't exactly make the Browns a juggernaut and the Cowboys have looked way worse since he's taken over.
It's because of his brother and nothing else. Andy Pollin said it best on ESPN980am last week- the Harbaugh brothers can coach, the Ryan brothers can act. So pompous. So loud. And for what?
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Old 01-01-2012, 11:01 PM   #109
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Because he looks like Merlin, and you DO NOT F&@% with a wizard!!
Especially not a wizard who eats only hotdogs and twinkies!

Nice to see the roids getting run over. However much I may hate the gints, it's not close to how much I hate the cowboys.
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Old 01-01-2012, 11:15 PM   #110
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10. Washington (trade down with Buffalo, picking up a second or third): Ryan Tannehill, QB
If we have any faith whatsoever that Tannehill or Foles can be our starting quarterback next season, they would be a better target for our draft day plan than Griffin. You can simply do more with less if your evaluation tells you that Foles or Tannehill are worth drafting in the first round.

Though if in the estimation of a talent evaluator, this is a Luck, Griffin and nothing else draft, then the smart money becomes going UP for Griffin (or depending on price, Luck) as opposed to waiting and hoping.

In short, when you pick 6th overall, what you think of Foles and Tannehill is big. If you like either a lot, I would PASS on Robert Griffin even if he fell to us. Come in with a plan, stay the course. If you don't like either, I would go get Griffin aggressively. Second or third overall if needed.
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Old 01-01-2012, 11:34 PM   #111
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Tony Romo just got intercepted by Antrel Rolle. Classic choker Romo is back!
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Old 01-01-2012, 11:36 PM   #112
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1. Indy - Andrew Luck
2. St. Louis - Justin Blackmon
3. Minnesota - Matt Kalil
4. Cleveland - Robert Griffin III
5. Tampa Bay - Morris Claiborne
6. Washington - Landry Jones*

Not because I want him, just because I think Luck and RG3 will be gone and we won't bet the farm to trade up.
I'm an ou fan and that would be a mistake

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Old 01-01-2012, 11:38 PM   #113
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If we have any faith whatsoever that Tannehill or Foles can be our starting quarterback next season, they would be a better target for our draft day plan than Griffin. You can simply do more with less if your evaluation tells you that Foles or Tannehill are worth drafting in the first round.

Though if in the estimation of a talent evaluator, this is a Luck, Griffin and nothing else draft, then the smart money becomes going UP for Griffin (or depending on price, Luck) as opposed to waiting and hoping.

In short, when you pick 6th overall, what you think of Foles and Tannehill is big. If you like either a lot, I would PASS on Robert Griffin even if he fell to us. Come in with a plan, stay the course. If you don't like either, I would go get Griffin aggressively. Second or third overall if needed.
Completely agree.

In the end I care less about which QB we get and more about Shanahan x 2 aggressively getting their QB guy, whoever he is.
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Old 01-01-2012, 11:41 PM   #114
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I love it Kyle talking some shit and I believe him:

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I love it Kyle talking some shit and I believe him:

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Old 01-01-2012, 11:50 PM   #116
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Correction, QB. I think all the pieces are in place on the O, besides QB, the needs are to draft a C and possibly a WR.
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Correction, QB. I think all the pieces are in place on the O, besides QB, the needs are to draft a C and possibly a WR.

Dude our WRs are not good enough for a rookie or FA QB to really do damage..Moss is our number 1 and he's old
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Old 01-01-2012, 11:59 PM   #118
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Give Hankerson a chance.
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Old 01-02-2012, 12:00 AM   #119
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Give Hankerson a chance.

I do but again he's unproven
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Old 01-02-2012, 12:02 AM   #120
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Give Hankerson a chance.
Just like Royster and Helu he will be a weapon next year, I wouldn't be surprised if Paul and Robinson develop too. The missing link is the QB.
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