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Old 03-11-2012, 02:23 PM   #16
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Re: Griffin's impact on the off-season FA/draft

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Forgot to put him down if he's healthy hell yeah, did you stutter you put Carr down twice.


I guess I like him that much. lol
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Old 03-11-2012, 02:23 PM   #17
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I'm not a big Eddie Royal fan, but just so all you VT guys don't think I hate your team, I would want to see what kind of cash it would cost to get Josh Morgan locked up.
That would be my pick, he's the sleeper WR. I've seen plenty of him and he keeps improving, unfortunately he got hurt last year and missed most of it.
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FA:
Eddie Royal
Vincent Jackson
Brandon Carr
Ben Grubbs/Ryan Harris
Paul Soilai
Brandon Carr/Courtland Finnegan

7th: BPA
I like Carr, but he is young and teams may overpay for him. Too band the chiefs tagged Bowe though. Also definitely like Royal, but VJ could be a headache?
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RT one word, Willie Smith. He proved he could play against some of the best pass rushers the last 5 games and held his own, he will get better.
Okay. That who I meant to say. For whatever reason, I get Maurice Hurt and Willie Smith mixed up. Smith did play solidly at left tackle down the stretch of the season.
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Old 03-11-2012, 02:26 PM   #20
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Also, if we had a crappy first round pick, I'd use it in a second on Mike Wallace(first round tender). Who looks a whole lot better now that Blackmon is barely 6'0, and slower then Wallace.
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Here's the other thing at WR: if we're willing to spend the high 3rd round pick on the highest guy on the board at the position, you're almost guaranteed a starter there because the draft is so deep.

I would certainly consider Ben Jones (C, Georgia) at that pick if he fell that far.

The 4th round pick can probably get a starting quality right tackle or a potential starting corner or linebacker.

After that though, we're pretty much drafting in the dark.

I would do what it took to add Kellen Moore in the 5th round. I know it doesn't seem like he would be a good fit to run an offense that RG3 is running, but once you've committed yourself to a shotgun based passing game, it raises Moore's value in the draft by about two rounds.
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1st round - RG3

3rd Round - Dwight Jones WR/UNC

trade both 4ths to get back up in the 3rd round, take best CB

5th - S

6th - S

7th - ILB


Sign Vincent Jackson. The best WR in the FA class, period. Add Lofton ILB from the falcons, only 25 years old and all the potential in the world. Then watch Fletchers 9m per asking price come down. Resign Fletcher to a reasonable deal, no more than 6 mil per any of the 3 years. Sign best available SS if LL walks, if he stays, one year deal.
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No one here has been watching Brandon Carr longer than I have, and he's a legit 1a CB in the NFL, but at a salary approaching something like Ike Taylor's contract, I'd let him sign elsewhere and keep the salary cap space. We're not committed enough to man-to-man principles to get value on Brandon Carr.
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So true but we want weapons that will be with us for a while we don't weapons that are great now & when RG3 is hitting his stride in 2 or 3 yrs they are old in NFL terms.
Good point!
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Draft:
3rd Brian Quick WR App. St.
4th Nate Potter OT Boise St.
4th Brandon Taylor SS LSU
5th BPA
6th BPA
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You know who would be a good pickup in FA? Steve Smith, the one most recently of the Eagles.
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Id make sure we get one of vjax, Colston or garçon as well as Royal. Get Grubbs and I think we're a playoff team honestly.

Vjax/moss/gaffney/royal along with Davis Cooley and helu are plenty of weapons for rg3
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Re: Griffin's impact on the off-season FA/draft

bigger money:
tulloch, carr, maybe VJ (but there are some flags there)

the cheaper guys:
meachem, royal, henderson, safety (there's like 7 very average guys, which is better than what we had last year).

of course, RT is a big need, so McNeil or harris would be a good idea. I think harris, carr, and ILB (whether fletcher or tulloch) are the big money guys (maybe VJ) and then we grab meachem at a mid level deal and 2-3 average level safeties, hoping one of them works out.

I really think #1 CB and then RT are our biggest holes (you can win without stud WRs).

draft OL in the 3rd. BA after that...

oh and laurent or whatever his name is on the roids...
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bigger money:
tulloch, carr, maybe VJ (but there are some flags there)

the cheaper guys:
meachem, royal, henderson, safety (there's like 7 very average guys, which is better than what we had last year).

of course, RT is a big need, so McNeil or harris would be a good idea. I think harris, carr, and ILB (whether fletcher or tulloch) are the big money guys (maybe VJ) and then we grab meachem at a mid level deal and 2-3 average level safeties, hoping one of them works out.

I really think #1 CB and then RT are our biggest holes (you can win without stud WRs).

draft OL in the 3rd. BA after that...

oh and laurent or whatever his name is on the roids...
I agree w all except I'd take VJax and garcon or maybe royal
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Move Barnes to Safety let LL walk.
Sign Grubbs G.
Sign Terrell Thomas CB
Sign Paul Soliai NT
Sign Eddie Royal WR
Sign Curtis Lofton ILB


Draft trade back in 3rd pick up additional pick for next yr.
4th rd pick Tommy Streeter WR, Rainey RB.
5th rd OL
6th I don't think we have one but if we do ILB
7th OL
7th OL
Barnes is almost as bad a safety as he is a cb, so I don't like that. Also I think we may sign royal to be a #2/3 WR but well definitely do our best to get a true #1
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