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Old 02-12-2012, 11:22 AM   #31
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And Jabbar Gaffney caught 68 balls for 947 yards from John Beck and Rex Grossman.
As bad as our QB situation was this past year, Indy's was exponentially worse. Case in point. Indy was 27th in passing yards with 2,995. Washington was 14th with 3,773. We almost had a 1,000 more yards to spread around then our friends from the Midwest.
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Old 02-12-2012, 11:49 AM   #32
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I hope you know he did have a highly productive year, without Peyton throwing to him.
We're supposed to be look at the future aren't we? If this were five years ago, sure, but now, no thanks.
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Old 02-12-2012, 11:55 AM   #33
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So have our top 2 targets(VJ and FD) one F up away from a year long suspension, no thanks.
Exactly. Not really the best idea..
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Damn the offseason. Damn it to hell. I feel like the lady in the seat.

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Old 02-12-2012, 12:45 PM   #35
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Not really. Hankerson is easily better than both of them, which says a lot when he didn't even play half a season. Niles Paul could replace Armstrong and get a similar outcome in performance.
Hank is better than moss? Lol how with 1 game??
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Hankerson COULD be better than Moss. Right now, I think he is the better OPTION. But I dont know if he is as good, but his upside is WAY higher.
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No thanks on both.
I agree I really don't want Peyton or RGIII either. Flynn and Weeden are my choices.
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Hankerson COULD be better than Moss. Right now, I think he is the better OPTION. But I dont know if he is as good, but his upside is WAY higher.
Thats like saying Weeden COULD BE BETTER then both Luck and RGIII.
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Old 02-12-2012, 03:25 PM   #39
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You are right, Hankerson may or may not be better, but being what he did in college and how he looked before getting injured, I'd think it's likely to be the case.

Much better size, bigger hands, stronger. I like Moss, don't get me wrong, but he's been on the decline and I'm not going to keep accepting the Washington Redskins to be the NFL retirement home.

It's time to let him go.
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I agree I really don't want Peyton or RGIII either. Flynn and Weeden are my choices.
If RGIII fell to us at 6, is Flynn still your choice OR would you reach for Weeden there?
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I laugh my ass of as I break the record for fastest draft pick ever if RGIII is there at 6. I wouldn't even let Roger walk away from the podium after he announced we were on the clock.
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I laugh my ass of as I break the record for fastest draft pick ever if RGIII is there at 6. I wouldn't even let Roger walk away from the podium after he announced we were on the clock.
HA! Just walk up and slap a post-it on his forehead?
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Pretty much. LOL but the great thing about this draft is that WR is probably the deepest position. Outside of Blackmon/Floyd/Wright/Jeffrey you have:

Mohamed Sanu
Joe Adams
Reuben Randle
Jurion Criner
DeVier Posey
Russell Shepard
Chris Rainey
Tommy Streeter
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Marvin McNutt

No way we don't walk away without one of them to pair with Hank. I feel Criner/Rainey is the most likely duo because we liked them so much in the Senior Bowl and Rainey would replace Banks.
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Pretty much. LOL but the great thing about this draft is that WR is probably the deepest position. Outside of Blackmon/Floyd/Wright/Jeffrey you have:

Mohamed Sanu
Joe Adams
Reuben Randle
Jurion Criner
DeVier Posey
Russell Shepard
Chris Rainey
Tommy Streeter
Marquize Maze
Marvin McNutt

No way we don't walk away without one of them to pair with Hank. I feel Criner/Rainey is the most likely duo because we liked them so much in the Senior Bowl and Rainey would replace Banks.
Agree, like your picks, yeah Banks needs to go, I know Tommy Streeter is raw but with some work & his height he could be good.
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I'm actually really concerned about Hank to be honest. With the luck we've had in recent years, I just worry his injury crops up later in the season. But yes, if we improve the QB position with RGIII falling or in FA, I'm totally fine with a WR OR even an OT (I know, that's crazy) with our first pick.
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