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Old 02-12-2012, 05:29 PM   #391
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I just really like the depth we're building. Hurt might not ever be a starting lineman in the NFL, but he certainly held his own after being thrown into the fire. With limited talent, the system really showed that it can protect the QB. Cannot imagine the same system WITH talent.
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Old 02-12-2012, 05:47 PM   #392
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Who do you take there that's still available? If Tannehill is gone, I'd take the best OT available and then CB.
OT Adams from Ohio State is big and mobile and maybe Kendal Wright WR from Baylor. Maybe Guard DeCastro of stanford or the best availiable CB.
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OT Adams from Ohio State is big and mobile and maybe Kendal Wright WR from Baylor. Maybe Guard DeCastro of stanford or the best availiable CB.
I think we are getting Eddie Royal in FA so him and Wright are basically the same although Wright has more speed I think. I would go Adams then trade back & get more picks.
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OT Adams from Ohio State is big and mobile and maybe Kendal Wright WR from Baylor. Maybe Guard DeCastro of stanford or the best availiable CB.
Definitely down with that scenario. Something tells me Reiff drops too and I'd snap him up there. I just like the idea of having two blue chip draft picks (TW being the other) that are interchangeable and you could move left to right if needed.
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Well options abound when Peyton Manning is your starting QB.
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Sure, if Manning comes here, do you think that Wayne comes too?

I think he has a year or two left in him with Peyton as a QB.
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So much depends on how FA plays out, but I'm not sure I see Tannehill making it past Seattle at 12.

But let's say we sign Peyton, then I could see a trade down into the later 2nd/early 3rd where you pick a guy like Foles or Cousins and/or maybe you find someway to add a 1st in 2013
Personally Tannehill is the "worst" QB I'd like to see us draft. Given his injury, he might go lower than otherwise. But we still could, perhaps, trade back to #11 and get an extra pick while still nabbing RT...especially if Miami signs Flynn.

On the other hand, I would not mind it if we took him at #6 (cue the "That's a reach!" chorus).
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Sure, if Manning comes here, do you think that Wayne comes too?

I think he has a year or two left in him with Peyton as a QB.
I dont think so, only player likely to come would be Saturday at C as a FA.

Garcon wouldnt be bad. Wayne is bout done.
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I dont think so, only player likely to come would be Saturday at C as a FA.

Garcon wouldnt be bad. Wayne is bout done.
I don't know if I agree about Wayne. He dropped 400 yards from Peyton to the garbage he had throwing to him all year and he almost put up 1000 again. Now I know I'm coming across as a Peyton proponent, but I really am just all about keeping draft picks, improving (not solving unless some miracle happens) the QB position and building quality depth.

We have a bit of cap space to work with and unless we're targeting a HUGE FA besides Manning, I think we could afford it.
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I don't know if I agree about Wayne. He dropped 400 yards from Peyton to the garbage he had throwing to him all year and he almost put up 1000 again. Now I know I'm coming across as a Peyton proponent, but I really am just all about keeping draft picks, improving (not solving unless some miracle happens) the QB position and building quality depth.

We have a bit of cap space to work with and unless we're targeting a HUGE FA besides Manning, I think we could afford it.
Done is probably not the right word. I just wouldnt want several players declining together on the offense. I really wouldnt want to sign Saturday, but I think he is more likely player to come over with Manning. Im for a veteran presence at the Receiver position, Moss is on his way out most likely, so it makes since for Gaffney to step into that role. With that being said, WR position still needs to be addressed this offseason.
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I'm gonna say Grossman is pride. Redskin attitude is that Rex MUST be good; he HAS to be good; we KNOW he is better than what we have seen so far! For goodness sake, the Redskins signed him to play QB, we know he can PLAY the position. We're too proud to admit otherwise.
We would have drafted Grossman if it weren't for Spurrier being locked in the laundry closet!
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We would have drafted Grossman if it weren't for Spurrier being locked in the laundry closet!
We also would have drafted Jimmy Clausen at the #4 spot in 2010 had Vinny still been around.
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and we would have taken cult brennan #19 overall if he had come out a year earlier...
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We would have drafted Grossman if it weren't for Spurrier being locked in the laundry closet!
The point was made earlier about our system being able to protect the QB even without superior talent on the offensive line. That was something Spurrier could never grasp; Patrick Ramsey got hammered every time he threw the football. Spurrier tried to pass it off as Ramsey holding the football too long. While that may have been true at times, SS and staff could never figure out how to protect the QB in 2003. Sack totals did not reflect the extent of the pounding that poor Ramsey took that season. I think SS developed his game plans while locked in aforementioned laundry closet, or he drew up his plays in his oatmeal at the gameday breakfast. What a disaster that was!

I think the Shanaclan has pass protection in good order; we need a little more depth on the offensive line, and Redskins should be solid in that area of the game regardless of who plays QB.
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The point was made earlier about our system being able to protect the QB even without superior talent on the offensive line. That was something Spurrier could never grasp; Patrick Ramsey got hammered every time he threw the football. Spurrier tried to pass it off as Ramsey holding the football too long. While that may have been true at times, SS and staff could never figure out how to protect the QB in 2003. Sack totals did not reflect the extent of the pounding that poor Ramsey took that season. I think SS developed his game plans while locked in aforementioned laundry closet, or he drew up his plays in his oatmeal at the gameday breakfast. What a disaster that was!

I think the Shanaclan has pass protection in good order; we need a little more depth on the offensive line, and Redskins should be solid in that area of the game regardless of who plays QB.
My blood runs cold when I think of that clownshoe Spurrier
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