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  • #46
    Originally posted by asmitty45 View Post
    Lions:
    Gosder Cherilus - Decent Starter but would be a a starter on 90% of teams in the league

    Jordan Dizon - folk hero in detroit, makes a pro bowl maybe racks up big numbers alongside ernie sims

    Kevin Smith - Stud, but like fred taylor gets jipped out of several prow bowls, reliable for 1100 a year

    Andre Fluellen - Solid Starter, but nothing flashy

    Cliff Avril - See: Robert Mathis

    HOF'ers:
    Brandon Flowers: plays a lot faster than he was timed and will be a shut down corner for the chiefs

    Ryan Clady: Lifelong bronco, perfect fit for the zone blocking scheme, dominant LT

    Jake/Chris Long: The most dominant players at their position for the next decade.

    Notable Successes:

    James Hardy: Simply a Freak, has the size to dominate year in and year out

    Rashard Mendehall: Eventually pushes Parker to the curb and becomes a legend in the steal city

    Sweed: See: James Hardy

    Busts:
    Matt Ryan: Bust, is walking into hell, no o-line and not too many weapons either, fate similar to Joey Harrington

    Dorsey: Reminds me a lot of Ryan Sims, sorry Chiefs fans

    Gholston: Won't be terrible but will journey around the league and will be known as a David Boston-esque physical speciman who never panned out
    Dorsey reminds you of Ryan Sims? How? Ryan Sims was a fat piece of crap who looked good at North Carolina because of Julius Peppers. No comparison at all to Ryan Sims.

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    • #47
      hall of fame will be renaimed in 30 years to the hall of jordy.

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      • #48
        Matt Ryan = will either be the next Joey Harrington or the next Tom Brady
        Sam Baker = will be either the next Matt Lepsis (10 year starter in Denver, a couple pro bowls, and underrated his whole career) or he will be the next Kwame Harris
        Curtis Lofton = Worst case I see for him is an above average starter level similar to a Fulton Kuykendall type. best case I see is another 5-7 time pro bowl linebacker in Atlanta like Jesse Tuggle, Keith Brooking or Tommy Nobis. not a big feat to some, but if we got another one of those 3 in Lofton, we would 100% love the pick. and we think we did.
        Chevis Jackson = should at worst be the nickel for a long time. at best the #2 CB for a long time. low ceiling, but high floor.
        Harry Douglas = Will either be a pro bowl WR and develop so fast we had no way of seeing it coming like a Marques Colston or he will be the guy who is a PR./KR and slotman his career.
        Thomas Decoud = will backup FS this year. then start in 2009 forcing Coleman to play SS. should be a solid starter throughout his career.
        Robert James = backup at WLB. may be cut this offseason
        Kroy Bierman = backup at RE and SLB. shoudl be around for 2-3 years
        Thomas Brown = backup RB/KR. may be aroudn for a few years, then done
        Wilrey Fontenot = backup/barely makign team as #5 CB this year. cut next.
        Keith Zinger = career backup/barely makign the team every year as a blocker

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        • #49
          Anyone wanna do a round 2??? :)

          p.s. Im loving the love for Mendy and Sweed!!! You guys rock! :p
          Last edited by Jakey; 04-30-2008, 08:43 AM.

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          • #50
            Darren McFadden: Over the next 5 years he totals 7000 yards rushing and 65 td's but gets injured and moves to fullbach. Bulks up and becomes and faster and more dominant Lorenzo Neal.

            Calais Campbell: Spends his first 2 years at a rotational role at DE, and finaly moves to the NT position that his body craves. He'll be HOF.

            Josh Johnson: Bulks up to a 260 and becomes the faster, but more explosive Jamarcus Russel, leads Bucs to back-to-back superbowl wins:
            Avg 3000 yards passing and 800 yard rushing.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by TheIncredibleDraftDude View Post
              Darren McFadden: Over the next 5 years he totals 7000 yards rushing and 65 td's but gets injured and moves to fullbach. Bulks up and becomes and faster and more dominant Lorenzo Neal.

              Calais Campbell: Spends his first 2 years at a rotational role at DE, and finaly moves to the NT position that his body craves. He'll be HOF.

              Josh Johnson: Bulks up to a 260 and becomes the faster, but more explosive Jamarcus Russel, leads Bucs to back-to-back superbowl wins:
              Avg 3000 yards passing and 800 yard rushing.
              Please tell me this is a joke.

              BoneKrusher

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              • #52
                lmao at the thought of calais campbell being a hall of famer

                Thanks to BoneKrusher for this amazing sig!

                Go Gators/Pats/Celts/Red Sox!

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by Staubach12 View Post
                  1. Jake Long- HOFer. Stud tackle for years to come.

                  2. Chris Long- Great player, a few pro bowls but not much more.

                  3. Matt Ryan- Good player, but not a top-10 kind of guy. A pro-bowl or two.

                  4. Darren McFadden- Awesome career. Borderline HOFer.

                  5.Glenn Dorsey- HOFer. Best DT in the NFL.

                  6. Vernon Gholston- Bust. First bust here. I like Gholston, but you can't say everyone's going to be a stud and Gholston has the potential to be a big bust.

                  7. Sedrick Ellis- Great player, 3 or 4 pro bowls.

                  8. Derrick Harvey- Inconsistent career. Very good at times, but pretty bad at times. Bust? That'll be a big debate.

                  9. Keith Rivers- Great career. HOFer just barely.

                  10. Jerod Mayo- Pro Bowls and stuff, but not a HOFer by a longshot. Solid player.

                  11. Leodis McKelvin- Great player, but not a HOFer by any means.

                  12. Ryan Clady- Will struggle early in his career but come back and be voted to a couple pro bowls.

                  13. Jonathan Stewart- Great player when he's not hurt, which will be somewhat often. 2 pro-bowls.

                  14. Chris Williams- 4 or 5 pro bowls. Good player.

                  15. Branden Albert- Will struggle at tackle, eventually be moved to guard and be solid. Questionably a bust.

                  16. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie- HOFer. Will develop into a top cover corner.

                  17. Gosder Cherilus- Bust. Will never progress as expected.

                  18. Joe Flacco- Will start immediately and develop fast. Several pro-bowls.

                  19. Jeff Otah- With time, he'll develop into a very good player.

                  20. Aqib Talib- After showing good signs early, he'll fall off the map. Bust.

                  21. Sam Baker- Solid player, but not a first round guy. 1 pro-bowl.

                  22. Felix Jones- Good home-run hitter and situational runner. No pro-bowls, but he'll be a nice part of the team.

                  23. Rashard Mendenhall- It'll take him time to get into the rotation as a regualr player, but when he does, he'll dominate. He'll just fall short of the HOF.

                  24. Chris Johnson- Will be a very good player, but not dominant.

                  25. Mike Jenkins- Several pro-bowls and a very good player.

                  26. Duane Brown- Bust. Simply not strong enough.

                  27. Antoine Cason- Fantastic corner. Several pro-bowls and some will lobby for the HOF, but he won't get in.

                  28. Lawrence Jackson- Will be underappreciated, and a solid player. No pro-bowls.

                  29. Kentwan Balmer- Bust.

                  30. Dustin Keller- Will be a middle-of the-road tight end. Not great.

                  31. Kenny Phillips- Will be a good overall player, a few pro-bowls.
                  ???

                  This would be the GREATEST draft class in the history of football.

                  Come on man.
                  "Compadres, it is imperative that we crush the freedom fighters before the start of the rainy season. And remember, a shiny new donkey for whomever brings me the head of Colonel Montoya."

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                  • #54
                    1. Jake Long- Multi pro bowler. HoF (Walter Jones)

                    2. Chris Long- Great player, few pro bowls( Jared Allen)

                    3. Matt Ryan-BUST ( David Carr)

                    4. Darren McFadden- Top RB in league. Mayb HoF(LT)

                    5.Glenn Dorsey- Best DT in the NFL. ( Warren Sapp like)

                    6. Vernon Gholston- BUST (Courtney Brown)

                    7. Sedrick Ellis- Good player, will make multi pro bowls(Tommie Haris)

                    8. Derrick Harvey- Decent starter. Might make one pro bowl( Derrick Bergess)

                    9. Keith Rivers- Top 5 LB,HoF (Derrick Brooks)

                    10. Jerod Mayo- Good starter, few pro bowlers

                    11. Leodis McKelvin-Decent player, one or 2 pro bowls.(Dre Bly)

                    12. Ryan Clady- BUST

                    13. Jonathan Stewart- Too many injuries

                    14. Chris Williams-Starting OT

                    15. Branden Albert- Bust/Decent starter Will struggle at OT, will be a starter at OG ( Robert Gallery)

                    16. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie- BUST

                    17. Gosder Cherilus- Bust.

                    18. Joe Flacco- Decent QB. Will get a pro bowl or 2

                    19. Jeff Otah- Starter

                    20. Aqib Talib- 2 or 3 time Pro bowler.

                    21. Sam Baker- Starter, 1 or 2 pro bowls

                    22. Felix Jones- Decent RB, will never start but will be a good 1 2 punch RB

                    23. Rashard Mendenhall-Multi pro bowler, mayb HoF

                    24. Chris Johnson- Reggie Bush, bust

                    25. Mike Jenkins- Decent CB

                    26. Duane Brown- Bust.

                    27. Antoine Cason- Few pro bowls

                    28. Lawrence Jackson- Good all around player

                    29. Kentwan Balmer- Bust.

                    30. Dustin Keller- Bust.

                    31. Kenny Phillips- Good starter.


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                    • #55
                      Yeah, I know I went overboard. I just like so many guys and it's hard to say who won't live up to expectations.

                      BoneKrusher

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                      • #56
                        I like Darren McFadden but he seems to try to bounce it outside too much. I think he will adjust though.

                        Sig by BoneKrusher
                        Originally posted by killxswitch
                        Bill Polian is cancer wrapped in AIDS delivered in an XXL enema so please don't expect me to disagree with you.

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                        • #57
                          DRC, really seems like he could end up being a HOFer, he has been working with Deion Sanders a lot and somewhat compares too him, the major difference is that DRC has his head on straight and is a hard worker

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                          • #58
                            chris johnson will turn out to be a less productive but as effective version of westbrook

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                            • #59
                              I will be extremely ecstatic if Rivers turns out like Derrick Brooks.

                              Sig by yours truly.

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