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Old 03-28-2013, 10:44 AM   #481
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Say what you want but there were others involved ,like it or not.

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By "say what you want" do you mean anything other than "Yes those are the facts and I admit on this issue that John Mara is a slimeball."? If not what do you mean?

Yes, Demaurice Smith is another slimeball. He sold out the players, by excusing NFL collusion, to keep his job. Do you dispute this?
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Old 03-28-2013, 12:45 PM   #482
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In eight years in the NFL Michael Huff has zero touchdowns and 11 ints. Why people think he's the second coming of Ed Reed or Champ Bailey I have no ideal.
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I don't think Fred Davis will be here next season. Shame. We're going to the Super Bowl.
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Old 03-28-2013, 01:35 PM   #484
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Todd McShay's newest mock draft has #Redskins drafting Gavin Escobar, TE, San Diego State at #51.
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Todd McShay's newest mock draft has #Redskins drafting Gavin Escobar, TE, San Diego State at #51.
Can't block but I would be very happy with that pick.
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Todd McShay's newest mock draft has #Redskins drafting Gavin Escobar, TE, San Diego State at #51.
That guy is built like Gronk.
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huge mistake going TE 2 or 3rd round. huge
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Old 03-28-2013, 02:03 PM   #488
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huge mistake going TE 2 or 3rd round. huge
If he is able to be a day one starter and put up solid numbers immediately. I could live with it.

Otherwise, I agree.
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huge mistake going TE 2 or 3rd round. huge
Depends which players are available. If the good safeties/corners are gone why reach for one that won't have nearly the impact that Escobar might have. It all depends on who is available at the time. Don't do what the Patriots do with corners/safeties, because it obviously never works. Every other position they draft the best player available, yet they reach for corners and safeties and it fails miserably.

All depends who falls to the Skins.
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If he is able to be a day one starter and put up solid numbers immediately. I could live with it.

Otherwise, I agree.
If he wasnt a day one starter, way bigger mistake in 2nd round. You go with Paulsen and look at a vet and there are solid TE in the 4th, 5th round.
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Depends which players are available. If the good safeties/corners are gone why reach for one that won't have nearly the impact that Escobar might have. It all depends on who is available at the time. Don't do what the Patriots do with corners/safeties, because it obviously never works. Every other position they draft the best player available, yet they reach for corners and safeties and it fails miserably.

All depends who falls to the Skins.
They are starters in the secondary in the 2nd and 3rd round. Yes, its that deep.
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They are starters in the secondary in the 2nd and 3rd round. Yes, its that deep.
Starters yes, but the type of impact Escobar might potentially have would be greater than what might be available. It's not just about finding starters to fill needs, its about finding the best players and getting them on your team. If a player like Trufant, or Elam is available, I would go with them, because they are greater players than Escobar, but if its between Thomas from Syracuse, Alford or Escobar because everyone else was taken, I would go with Escobar.

Redskins can improve on pretty much every position except QB and RB.
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Darryl Tapp agrees to 1 year deal with Redskins.

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They said his blocking is very coachable. He played at a small school so his coaching and competition isn't NFL caliber. Give him to our TEs coach and hell make him a good/better blocker. Plus Fred couldn't block so it's not a droppoff from what we had. Improvement in my eyes.
I concur. Said the same thing about Gronkowski coming out stating that is run blocking is inconsistent. Now he is one of the better run blocking tight ends in the league. Hopefully they coach run blocking better for him than they did for Fred Davis.
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Darryl Tapp agrees to 1 year deal with Redskins.

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RR breaking news now? WHAT HAS THIS WORLD COME TO?!!!?!?!?!?

Seriously, I thought Tapp was a 4-3 end? I'm not sure he has any experience in a 3-4.
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