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Old 10-23-2013, 06:34 PM   #16
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I'm skeptical if Dez is even top 5.

Oh and I'm so glad we got Kerrigan over Gabbert. I remember come draft time we were rumored to be high on Blaine Gabbert. Thank god we didn't take him. Or ponder.

But we did pass on JJ Watt which also stings.
I thought JJ Watt went third overall to the Texans? I might be mistaken on that one though. Edit: I have a terrible memory apparently, JJ Watt went to the Texans with the 11th overall pick, which was 1 pick after our original draft slot.

Also I think a whole nation of Skins fans are glad we went with Kerrigan over Gabbert. And if this article I'm quoting is correct, we not only got Kerrigan out of the deal, we also got Hankerson, Helu, and Aldrick Robinson in it too. So it's definitely safe to say we got lucky in this deal.

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In the end with the Redskins on the clock with the 10th spot in the draft and QB Blaine Gabbert (considered by some to be the top QB in the draft) was still on the board, they chose to move back 6 spots with the Jacksonville Jaguars, and picked up their 2nd rounder in the process. The Redskins used the 16th pick on OLB Ryan Kerrigan and in a series of trades turned that mid-2nd round pick into WR Leonard Hankerson, RB Roy Helu, WR Aldrick Robinson, G Maurice Hurt* (note: The Redskins used one of their own picks in the deal to move up and get Helu, but the other two picks came from the trading back process, the easiest way to look at it is the Redskins began the draft with a 1st, 2nd, two 5th's, a 6th and three 7th's, they ended draft weekend with a 1st, a 2nd, a 3rd, a 4th, two 5th's, tw0 6th's and 4 7th's). Let's check into to see how the players involved are doing.
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Old 10-23-2013, 06:43 PM   #17
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after CJ, i'd put up brandon marshall. dez is top 5, worst case top ten.
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1. Calvin Johnson
Julio jones, AJ Green, Andre Johnson, Larry Fitzgerald.

There's also demarius Thomas, Wes Welker who can be thrown into the top 5. Won't say Dez is or isn't top 5, but is rather have the first five over him, because they are more consistent and can keep their head on straight.
I agree with everyone except for Julio. I think dez has his size and speed but better hands and I'm not sure if Julio will come bak the same.

But dez is on that border of top 5.
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Victor Cruz .
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Victor Cruz .
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victor cruz is 9 or 10
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Rex Ryan, coach of New York Jets, says Bill Belichick of New England Patriots needs to stop griping - ESPN New York

wow rex getting pissy. i like it
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Anyone surprised STL Contacted FAVRE?
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Desperate times...

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I'd bet Favre could still sling it and play well enough for a half season. Even at 44 he's probably still better than half the backups in the league.
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I would have loved to see him come back for the Rams.

Not much out there to choose from...Vince Young, John Skelton, Tin Tebow, Pat White, Trent Edwards, Caleb Hanie.
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For being someone who's supposed to be a "tough coach" Bill Belichick is such a f*cking crybaby. Someone should remind him that he won that game against New Orleans thanks to bad officiating.
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Anyone have a body count for the havoc our D has inflicted? Would anyone be surprised if the Broncos sat Peyton for this game knowing that any QB can run up points on us?

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We have definitely left a trail of wounded for those that play us......
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Our D has always had a knack for taking out star players, even in bad years.

All the QBs we've taken out over the past few years...Romo, Vick, Rodgers, Cutler...
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