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fenikz
04-29-2009, 06:54 PM
Arizona A/B+ = A-
Atlanta A-/A = A-
Baltimore B/A- = B+
Buffalo B+/A = A-
Carolina B/B = B
Chicago B+/B+ = B+
Cincinnati A/A = A
Cleveland B/B+ = B
Dallas C-/C+ = C
Denver B+/B = B+
Detroit A/B+ = A-
Green Bay A/A- = A-
Houston B+/A = A-
Indianapolis B-/B = B-
Jacksonville A-/B+ = B+
Kansas City B/B- = B-
Miami B/B = B
Minnesota B-/A = B+
New England A-/B+ = A-
New Orleans B/B = B
NY Giants A/A = A
NY Jets B+/B+ = B+
Oakland D+/D+ = D+
Philadelphia A+/A+ = A+
Pittsburgh B/B+ = B+
San Diego B/B- = B-
San Fransisco A-/B+ = B+
Seattle B+/A- = B+
St. Louis B+/B+ = B+
Tampa Bay B/B- = B-
Tennessee B/A- = B+
Washington C+/C+ = C+

left side is me
right side is bos

if you want we can make up some explanation for your teams draft grade

Cicero
04-29-2009, 07:04 PM
Is your Seattle grade assuming we resign Hill, or that he goes somewhere else?

Menardo75
04-29-2009, 07:05 PM
I think your grade for Oakland is a litle high.

Bosanac01
04-29-2009, 07:08 PM
Is your Seattle grade assuming we resign Hill, or that he goes somewhere else?

No didn't take that into affect. Getting the #1 player in the draft is full of win. I like the Unger pick with for your O-line and im pretty high on deon butler. Probly should of gone CB, but very decent players at the spots you were picking.

vidae
04-29-2009, 07:18 PM
I'm surprised at your grade for the Chiefs. I thought it'd be worse!

Bosanac01
04-29-2009, 07:38 PM
I'm surprised at your grade for the Chiefs. I thought it'd be worse!

It should be worse, but we we're being very generous. When you look at it it's not as bad as it may seem. For the defense, especially a new scheme you have to build from the inside out, and you guys did that with two d-linemen at the beginning. I like Donald Washington in the 4th. Linebacker and safety should have been addressed.

LarryJohnson27
04-29-2009, 07:52 PM
It should be worse, but we we're being very generous. When you look at it it's not as bad as it may seem. For the defense, especially a new scheme you have to build from the inside out, and you guys did that with two d-linemen at the beginning. I like Donald Washington in the 4th. Linebacker and safety should have been addressed.

Safety? With Jarrad Page, Bernard Pollard, and DaJaun Morgan that is the last of our promblems.

TitanHope
04-29-2009, 09:14 PM
Maybe some thoughts on the Titans? It seems that Bos was more impressed with it than fenikz was.

Bosanac01
04-29-2009, 09:42 PM
Maybe some thoughts on the Titans? It seems that Bos was more impressed with it than fenikz was.

Kenny Britt and Jared Cook have a very high potential and both could be the best at their position when you look back at this draft in 5 years. Gives Collins two targets he can rely on and they'll be there for a long time. Kenny Britt is said to have inconsistent hands but a lot of players do in college or early in their career but they get better at it as they play. Javon Ringer is also another high potential guy who produced very well in college. Troy Kropog is great value at 135. I love the offensive selections.
Defensevly, you guys get some very athletic and fast guys. Got some very aggressive guys. What you gotta love about Marks is his motor, and that will get him more snaps in the pros. Ryan Mouton I've seen play before but he never really caught my eye. He's short but makes up for it with his athleticism. He's fast as hell too, just like that rutgers CB you guys took, I think he was a returner at Hawaii as well. One of my favorite selections is Gerald McRath, I honestly did not think he was gonna last even to the 3rd round. His stock was rising fast and he had a very good combine. Big fan of him.

Sniper
04-29-2009, 09:47 PM
Philly ****** **** up! Damn!

TitanHope
04-29-2009, 09:53 PM
Thanks Bos! I'm a big fan of McRath too. He could start at OLB for us in the future. My favorite pick of the Draft too.

Bosanac01
04-29-2009, 10:11 PM
Philly ****** **** up! Damn!

I said this a million times. Jeremy Maclin will end up being the best pro WR in this class where ever he ends up going. Philly is a nice fit for him. LeSean McCoy is a guy you guys could have gone with in the first round. I really thought you were gonna get him when you guys had that 28th pick. In the second round, his value is great. All three 5th round selections are steals. Cornelius Ingram is a nice upgrade over stonehands L.J Smith. The draft is just great from the start till the end. Good job of taking BPA and filling every need.

Abaddon
04-29-2009, 10:50 PM
I think your grade for Oakland is a litle high.

What he said.

killxswitch
04-30-2009, 08:22 AM
You graded the Colts draft worse than the Broncos? The Colts used their first two picks to address their two biggest weaknesses last year - running the ball and stopping the run. This has been our Achilles heel for years in the playoffs, and while I would've preferred OL vs. RB in the 1st, Brown and Addai could end up being a top RB tandem this year. Add to that Taylor as a comp. 4th pick to play NT, a CB that's good for our scheme in the 3rd, the most prolific WR (in terms of yardage) in college football last year as a 4th rounder, and a punter/holder/kickoff specialist in the 7th, and that isn't too bad. I actually gave the Colts a B- myself.

But Denver has enough RBs to invade Canada going into the draft and pick another one with their first. Then they pick a LB/DE tweener with their 2nd 1st rounder. Oh and they traded a 1st next year for Alphonso Smith. Good thinking there. From then on they did nothing to improve their front 7. Their defense is going to be terrible next year barring some big offseason moves. How do they get a B+?

wicket
04-30-2009, 08:33 AM
i think the saints grade is a bit high

Bosanac01
04-30-2009, 09:48 AM
You graded the Colts draft worse than the Broncos? The Colts used their first two picks to address their two biggest weaknesses last year - running the ball and stopping the run. This has been our Achilles heel for years in the playoffs, and while I would've preferred OL vs. RB in the 1st, Brown and Addai could end up being a top RB tandem this year. Add to that Taylor as a comp. 4th pick to play NT, a CB that's good for our scheme in the 3rd, the most prolific WR (in terms of yardage) in college football last year as a 4th rounder, and a punter/holder/kickoff specialist in the 7th, and that isn't too bad. I actually gave the Colts a B- myself.

But Denver has enough RBs to invade Canada going into the draft and pick another one with their first. Then they pick a LB/DE tweener with their 2nd 1st rounder. Oh and they traded a 1st next year for Alphonso Smith. Good thinking there. From then on they did nothing to improve their front 7. Their defense is going to be terrible next year barring some big offseason moves. How do they get a B+?

I personally gave both teams an equal grade of B. Knowshon Moreno gives them actually a "good" RB. Robert Ayers is not a LB/DE tweener.

killxswitch
04-30-2009, 10:07 AM
I personally gave both teams an equal grade of B. Knowshon Moreno gives them actually a "good" RB. Robert Ayers is not a LB/DE tweener.

Which do you think Ayers will be then?

eaglesalltheway
04-30-2009, 10:13 AM
Hell yeah, Eagles #1. Bos, I've said just about the same thing about Maclin. It may take a little longer than the other WRs, but I've thought he could end up being the #1 WR in this class. I had him #2 on my personal WRs, just behind Carbtree, but I honestly (even 4 or 5 months ago) thought that Maclin would end up being the best WR taken.

I had McCoy as my #4 RB, but 3rd best RB for the Eagles, just (barely) behind Brown and behind Moreno. As you said, great value and a player who I could see being a very good NFL RB. Except for the whole Kolb fiasco, all of our recent drafts have netted the Eagles two first round talents (or borderline first rounders).

I love Ingram, and wish we all could've seen more of him. I say without the injury, with how the TE was used in Florida without him, he would have been a borderline first round pick. But the injury mde him drop and he had a 3rd round grade IMO. Gibson was a bit of a surprise pick to me, and I honestly don't know much about him, but I heard a lot of people on here were upset that we got him. After looking into him and from what I've heard, I think Gibson has a shot to challenge for our #5 or #6 (we kept 6 last year IIRC) WR spot, and may beat out Reggie Brown or Hank Baskett (Hopefully Brown)

I like Macho as a player a ton, it looks like the team plans to keep him at CB, which I like he is one of two players, the other being Jack Ikegwonu, who could potentially fill in the starting RCB spot when Sheldon ultimately leaves. He will battle for the #4 or #5 CB spot.

I think the Fenuki Tupou pick is very underrated. He will battle Winston Justice for the backup RT spot, and has a real good shot at winning. I have liked Tupou for a while and think with Castillo coaching him, he could end up being a good starter in a few years.

Paul Fanaika is a typical Andy Reid pick, he will come and and challenge for a backup Guard spot in TC. He probably won't make it due to the depth we have there, but it will bolster the other backups to have that competition.

Moise Fokou will be a WLB for us and has a tough road ahead of him. If it weren't for two starters being ahead of him, he would have a real good shot at making the team. But with Akeem Jordan and Omar Gaither ahead of him, the only way I see him making the team is if the team would cut Gaither, the former starter, but that is unlikely.

My only problem with this draft is that the team didn't address DT, which is uncharacteristic, lol. We only have 3 real DTs on the roster, and a 4th to round out the rotation would be great. I guess the team is happy with former Titan DT Amon gordan, who they signed earlier.

What puts this draft over the top is when you consider what else we got from it, we got Jason Peters, Ellis Hobbs, a 2010 third rounder, 5th rounder, and 6th rounder. So we not only set up the team to win now, but set up the future well also.

JHG722
04-30-2009, 11:41 AM
Eagles grade is too low :P

eaglesalltheway
04-30-2009, 11:57 AM
Eagles grade is too low :P

I think you're asking for a little too much;)...

Dr. Gonzo
04-30-2009, 12:01 PM
I am liking the A Bos gave the Vikings. Good work.

Go_Eagles77
04-30-2009, 02:10 PM
Moise Fokou will be a WLB for us and has a tough road ahead of him. If it weren't for two starters being ahead of him, he would have a real good shot at making the team. But with Akeem Jordan and Omar Gaither ahead of him, the only way I see him making the team is if the team would cut Gaither, the former starter, but that is unlikely.


I think Fokou has a better shot at making the team than you think he does. The eagles kept 7 LBs last season. Bradley, Mays, Gaither, Jordan, Gocong, Daniels, and White. Tracy White was primarily a ST ace, so I think Fokou can take his spot. He's younger and has better upside.

Matthew Jones
05-02-2009, 10:55 PM
I was thinking about New England's draft and I like it if they're doing some 4-2-5 fronts with the Rover. Chung steps in at Rover and Brace comes in at defensive tackle. Other than that, if they stay in a 3-4, it's not that great. I think you guys overrated it a bit.