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  • #16
    Brian Urlacher



    BEAST!!!!

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    • #17
      Ronnie Brown RB Miami



      Positives: Great size/bulk; good speed; runs with great power; very good hands out of the backfield; great blocker for a RB; top notch versatility; good cutting ability; amazing balance; runs with a great pad level; smart player.

      Negatives: Not really a break away player; vision isn't great; not gonna juke a lot of people; dances in the backfield; durability is a question.

      Overall: Amazingly balanced player with the ability to do everything out of the backfield. Can run, block, catch and even pass if need be. Can line up anywhere on the field, RB, WR, FB, H-B. Hard to find a guy that runs harder. Plays behind a very average run blocking OL and doesn't get the amount of touches he deserves. Managed to put up 1000 yards when he was the only consistent player on the offense and that was with a OC that threw it every time the Dolphins were down in a game. Ready to break out if given the opportunity.

      That is correct comahan
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      • #18
        Originally posted by neko4 View Post
        Brett Favre QB Green Bay

        6-2 220

        Strengths: Despite age, still can throw the deep ball very wall. Has fairly good accuracy. Can still get around in the pocket. Puts great velocity on the ball when needed. Experience has led to good 2 minuete drills. Great at improvising, will turn a busted play into a TD.

        Weaknesses: Is the oldest starting QB in the league and it shows in throwig ability which is not comparable to when he won the Super Bowl. Will make horrible decisions to throw into double-triple-quadruple-five man coverage. Deep ball, while still good, is not how it used to be.

        Overview: Favre is still a top 15 QB and should get more help from a growing team this year. He can still throw the ball better than anyone and if put in a better situation should have better stats than those of the last two years.
        Poppycock.

        sig by VLS
        Originally posted by Smokey Joe
        I don't care...

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        • #19
          Clarence Moore 6'6 220



          Strengths: Head and shoulders above the competition.

          Weaknesses:Tallest women ever(see ERU for proof) slow, can't catch, afraid to take a hit.

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          • #20
            Osi Umenyoria 6'3 261lbs.

            Strenghts: Extremly fast, especially for a DE. Young, great motor. Run stopping steadily improving. Excellent pass rusher.

            Weakness: While improved, his run D could always improve. Sometimes has trouble bringing down the ball carrier. Had injury problems this year, but aren't reoccuring andshould be fine

            Overal: Great upside and really knows how to get the QB. Can fire up the rest of the D.(Ex. called secondary soft during carolina game; next series, dockery had a pick). Still young, but is learning for Strahan. This kid will be a top 5 DE in a few years, and will remain there for years to come
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            BTW, if it's 3rd and 97... I'm throwing a screen pass to Brian Leonard and he will convert.

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            • #21
              Demetrius Williams- WR Baltimore Ravens

              HT:6-2 WT:197 AGE: 24* HS: De La Salle COLL: Oregon


              STRENGTHS: Greatest assets are his his ball skills/leaping ability. Makes the tough catch look easy. Adjusts to the bad pass with surprising ease. Would make your grandma look accurate. He is a play maker who has displayed the ability to create separation on a consistent basis. Looks and plays taller than his listed height. His lean stature allows him to slither through arm tackles like a greased chicken. Shows heart and doesn't play scared. Is a willing blocker. Catches the ball with his hands, not his body. Has good quickness out of his cuts, and his smooth running style makes his speed deceptive. Not a burner, but is known to leave DB's in his wake.

              see?

              WEAKNESSES: Shows some inconsistency at times. Is vulnerable to bigger CB's who can jam him up at the line of scrimmage. Doesn't always realize that he is actually capable of going up for that high pass, sometimes resulting in an interception. Has had trouble with his focus throughout his career, and some might think he has bad hands because of this. Began wearing red contact lenses last season in an effort to remedy the problem. "They make the ball show up a little bit better because it acts like a visor," Williams said. "Even the grass is a lot greener." There have been recent rumblings within the organization about his ability to maintain his great work ethic due to the added strength of his chick magnet. It is the one drawback to his new lenses. Women, (including teammates' wives) have been seen waiting outside the locker room after practices wearing nothing but Williams' jerseys. They refer to him as "black superman." He seems to bask in the adoration, but needs to realize that these very women could possibly be his kryptonite.



              Notes: The Ravens organization seems to be very pleased with the steady progress made over the course of his rookie season. Some think he is ready for a starting role. He has separated himself from Devard Darling and Clarence Moore as the clear-cut #3, and will likely step in for Derrick Mason in the near future. The Ravens boast one of the most promising young WR duos in Mark Clayton and Demetrius Williams. The average observer will begin to wonder why there were a dozen WR's selected before him in the '06 draft. Ravens fans have already realized Ozzie pulled off yet another heist at the draft bank. Browns fans? Well, they've already accepted the fact that Travis Wilson was the wrong pick (again) and that Demetrius never wanted to play in Cleveland anyway.

              Last edited by duckseason; 03-16-2007, 01:28 PM.

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              • #22
                I seem to have difficulty posting a picture. Any suggestions. I'm horrible with this url stuff.

                Anyway here's my lame attempt at a scouting report:

                Quentin Jammer

                Strengths: One of the best, if not the best, tackling cornerback in the league. He is a force against the run, something that Shaun Alexander should know about. Very physical and very good at jamming the receivers at the line of scrimmage. He also blankets top receivers very well, and does not get burned very often. Jammer is also a very hard worker who constantly looks for ways to improve his game.

                Weaknesses: He does not gamble very much, which means while he will not get burned frequently, he will also never get that rack up those interception. Still has some difficulty locating the ball when it's in the air, and remembering to turn his head. Is not the most athletic cornerback. Many feel that he is a safety playing the corner position.

                Overall: Quentin Jammer is one of the most underrated and scorned cornerback in the league. Since the Ty Law Rule, Jammer has taken a step back and has suffered from countless penalties and bad habits, such as the previously mentioned difficulty of not being able to locate the ball or turning his head. In 2005, he was one of the mot targeted cornerbacks in terms of short passes, according to KC Joyner. However, one of best traits--his work ethics--has slowly allowed him to adapt to the new rule change. Despite giving up an ordinate number of short passes in 2005, Jammer also only gave up two touchdowns (one to Buress and another to Chambers). The last 10 games of the 2005 showed what he is capable of as he played against some of the top recievers and shut them down, such as Marvin Harrison and Terrell Owens. With a good pass rush and a competent safety behind him, he continued to improve in 2006 as QBs started to show their respect for his coverage skills by avoiding his side. His penalties also dropped down considerably to only about 2 or 3. Jammer still has much to improve, such as working even harder to read the WR route and making more interceptions. But he quietly becoming one of the better cornerbacks in the league.
                Last edited by Xenos; 03-16-2007, 02:27 PM.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Hurricane Ditka View Post
                  Poppycock.
                  Give me 15 guys who are better



                  Sig thanks to Bonekrusher

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                  • #24
                    Carson Palmer QB Cincinnati Bengals
                    6'5 230



                    Strengths
                    Has prototypical size; great delivery; can throw one of the best deep balls in the league; extremely accurate; natural leader in the huddle/locker room; has "heart" as shown by his recovery from the knee injury.

                    Weaknesses
                    At times will force passes; leaves ball vulnerable by pump faking when the pocket collapses on him, leads to fumbles; has had two knee injuries.

                    Overall
                    Heisman winner, has potential to rank up there with some of the greats. He has ideal size/mindset that define what a franchise QB should be.

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                    • #25
                      Scouting Report



                      Adam "Pac-Man" Jones - CB, Tennessee Titans


                      Strengths: Tremendous playmaker - especially in strip clubs. Extensive knowledge and experience with firearms. Very generous with plastic bags full of $20 bills, unless you're a female and you try to actually pick them up off the stage. Very impressive bite-radius-to-height ratio. Displays good left hook when knocking out strippers, but his straight right might be even better.

                      Weaknesses: Not a good driver after downing 3 bottles of Cristal. Gets caught in the wrong place at the wrong time far too often. Relies on his posse too much and sometimes fails to shoot his own victims. Attempts at launching a rap career have been described with the term "tear-inducing hilarity."

                      Overview: Pac-Man has shown plenty of flashes and still seems on his way to becoming a Pro Bowl level player (and when I say player, I mean Player). But his tendency to beat up strippers and bite cops is beginning to threaten his once-great promise. If he can keep his focus on what matters - partying his a** off until he runs out of money - he could still be great. But if he doesn't correct his technique and straighten out his game, police and the prison system will be the only ones "making it rain" - on his parade.

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                      • #26
                        QB Joey Harrington, UFA



                        Strengths: An excellent piano player . . . Uncanny ability to earn large sums of money for doing very little productive work . . . Looks impressive projected on the side of a 30 story building in NYC . . . Proficient at carrying a clipboard . . .

                        Weaknesses: Lacks all the necessary skills to be an effective NFL Quarterback

                        Overall: Destined to become a Quarterback of a struggling CFL team in the near future
                        R.I.P. L.E.F.
                        "I am the one who knocks!"

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                        • #27
                          Joe Andruzzi, OG, Browns


                          Strengths - None
                          Weaknesses - Cupcakes

                          **** you Xio!! I wanted to be the first one to make this thread ridiculous.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by bigrick0016 View Post
                            Joe Andruzzi, OG, Browns


                            Strengths - None
                            Weaknesses - Cupcakes

                            **** you Xio!! I wanted to be the first one to make this thread ridiculous.
                            I beat both of you to the punch....

                            Originally posted by bigbluedefense View Post
                            Michael Strahan:


                            Strengths: Once saved the world from nuclear disaster by sacking the madman who was about to push the button. He is strong at the point of attack, and can morph into Beast from Xmen at any given moment. Once fit Donovann McNabb in between his teeth during a sack. Unstoppable. Can't be blocked. Is everywhere and nowhere at the same time.

                            Weaknesses: Didn't get a prenup.

                            Footnotes: An all around talent who will be a sure HOFer. Well rounded athlete that also plays basketball from time to time. Has a tremendous jumpshot.

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                            • #29
                              Eli Manning - QB - New York Giants:



                              Strengths: Has all the physical attributes you want in a franchise quarterback standing at over 6'4. Shows exceptional arm strength, perhaps better than his older brother, Peyton Manning. Throwing the ball deep accurately is one of his biggest strengths as a quarterback. Has already mastered one of the hardest aspects of a quarterback, being able to lead his team from behind to a win. Particularly well at doing the previously stated in the fourth quarter, when he's under constant mental pressure. Can throw quite well on the run, even when rolling out to his left. Sells the play action well. Eli is a sneaky athelete, who can often elude the pass rush long enough to find the open receiver - but will generally not try to pick up the first down rushing if no one is open. Tends to spread the ball around to different receivers.

                              Weaknesses: Biggest knock is his break down in mechanics, often throwing off his back foot when he feels any pressure near him. Bad mechanics will often lead to inaccurate passes and interceptions. Many times will force a play instead of throwing it away or taking a sack. Every now and then will over throw is receiver or put it above him where he can't catch it. Does not posess any real leadership ability except in 4th quarter come back situations. Tends to need taller receivers to catch the footballs he throws too high for most receivers. Very inconsistent in the second half of the season.

                              Overview: Eli Manning suffers from his big brothers fame. Many expect him to live up to the expectations of his Hall of Fame caliber big brother Peyton Manning, but has not done so yet. Eli Manning has the potential to surpass his brother by winning several more Super Bowls, but it will likely depend on him overcoming some of his fixable bad mechanics problems and his lack of leadership. Some of his mechanic problems could be linked to the fact he makes his offensive line look a lot better than it is, by throwing off his back foot so often due to pressure. If he is given a chance and perhaps a good quarterbacks coach, he could end up being one of the premire quarterbacks in the league.
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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Forenci View Post
                                Eli Manning - QB - New York Giants:



                                Strengths: Has all the physical attributes you want in a franchise quarterback standing at over 6'4. Shows exceptional arm strength, perhaps better than his older brother, Peyton Manning. Throwing the ball deep accurately is one of his biggest strengths as a quarterback. Has already mastered one of the hardest aspects of a quarterback, being able to lead his team from behind to a win. Particularly well at doing the previously stated in the fourth quarter, when he's under constant mental pressure. Can throw quite well on the run, even when rolling out to his left. Sells the play action well. Eli is a sneaky athelete, who can often elude the pass rush long enough to find the open receiver - but will generally not try to pick up the first down rushing if no one is open. Tends to spread the ball around to different receivers.

                                Weaknesses: Biggest knock is his break down in mechanics, often throwing off his back foot when he feels any pressure near him. Bad mechanics will often lead to inaccurate passes and interceptions. Many times will force a play instead of throwing it away or taking a sack. Every now and then will over throw is receiver or put it above him where he can't catch it. Does not posess any real leadership ability except in 4th quarter come back situations. Tends to need taller receivers to catch the footballs he throws too high for most receivers. Very inconsistent in the second half of the season.

                                Overview: Eli Manning suffers from his big brothers fame. Many expect him to live up to the expectations of his Hall of Fame caliber big brother Peyton Manning, but has not done so yet. Eli Manning has the potential to surpass his brother by winning several more Super Bowls, but it will likely depend on him overcoming some of his fixable bad mechanics problems and his lack of leadership. Some of his mechanic problems could be linked to the fact he makes his offensive line look a lot better than it is, by throwing off his back foot so often due to pressure. If he is given a chance and perhaps a good quarterbacks coach, he could end up being one of the premire quarterbacks in the league.
                                You seriously just opened pandora's box....

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