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  • Scar's offseason plan (1-30-2008)

    Cut these players/Let them leave:
    QB Michael Vick
    QB Byron Leftwich
    QB Joey Harrington
    RB Warrick Dunn
    FB Corey McIntyre
    WR Adam Jennings
    WR Brian Finneran (retired)
    WR Jamin Elliott
    WR Eric Weems
    WR Todd Watkins
    TE Dwayne Blakely
    TE Courtney Anderson
    TE George Cooper
    OT Wayne Gandy (retired)
    OT Harvey Dahl
    OT Terrance Pennington
    OT Quinn Ojinnaka
    OG Kurt Quarterman
    OG Pat McCoy
    OC Ben Wilkerson
    DE Kevin Huntley
    DE Derrick Jones
    DE Willie Evans
    DL David Patterson
    DT Montavious Stanley
    DT Tim Anderson
    LB Demorrio Williams
    LB Travis Williams
    LB Cameron Vaughn
    LB Marcus Wilkins
    CB Brent Grimes
    CB Lewis Sanders
    CB Omare Lowe
    DB Antoine Harris
    S Chris Crocker
    K Morten Anderson (retired)

    Re-Sign these players:
    QB Chris Redman
    OL Tyson Clabo (ERFA)
    DE Chauncey Davis (RFA)
    LB Michael Boley (RFA)
    P Michael Koenen (RFA)

    Sign as Free Agents:
    RB/KR Maurice Hicks
    TE Ben Troupe
    DT Grady Jackson
    CB Randall ***
    S Gerald Sensabaugh

    Draft:
    1st round (#3 overall)
    Jake Long - Offensive Tackle - Michigan - 6'7" 313
    2nd round (#37 overall)
    Brian Brohm - Quarterback - Louisville - 6'4" 224
    2nd round (#48 overall) from Houston
    Philip Wheeler - Linebacker - Georgia Tech - 6'2" 245
    3rd round (#68 overall)
    Barry Richardson - Offensive Tackle - Clemson - 6'7" 330
    4th round (#99 overall)
    Matt Forte - Running Back - Tulane - 6'2" 223
    5th round (#129 overall)
    Dorien Bryant - Wide Receiver/Kick Returner - Purdue - 5'10" 175
    6th round (#163 overall)
    Brandon Coutu - Kicker - Georgia - 6'0" 200
    7th round (#194 overall)
    Chris Harrington - Defensive End - Texas A&M - 6'5" 265
    7th round (#214 overall) from Pittsburgh
    Jason Shirley - Defensive Tackle - Fresno State - 6'5" 330

    Depth Chart:
    QB Chris Redman/Brian Brohm/DJ Shockley
    RB Jerious Norwood/Matt Forte/Maurice Hicks
    FB Ovie Mughelli/Jason Snelling
    WR Roddy White/Joe Horn/Dorien Bryant
    WR Laurent Robinson/Michael Jenkins
    TE Alge Crumpler/Martrez Milner/Ben Troupe
    LT Jake Long/Renardo Foster
    LG Justin Blalock/D'Anthony Batiste
    C Todd McClure/Doug Datish
    RG Kynan Forney/Tyson Clabo
    RT Todd Wiener/Barry Richardson

    LE Jamaal Anderson/Chauncey Davis
    NT Grady Jackson/Trey Lewis/Jason Shirley
    UT Rod Coleman/John Babineaux/Trey Lewis
    RE John Abraham/Chris Harrington
    WLB Keith Brooking/Stephen Nicholas
    MLB Philip Wheeler/Tony Taylor
    SLB Michael Boley/Earl Everett
    LCB DeAngelo Hall/David Irons/Jimmy Williams
    RCB Chris Houston/Randall ***
    FS Gerald Sensabaugh/Jimmy Williams/C.J. Gaddis
    SS Lawyer Milloy/Daren Stone

    K Brandon Coutu
    P Michael Koenen
    KOS Michael Koenen
    LS Mike Schneck
    KR Dorien Bryant/Maurice Hicks/Jerious Norwood
    PR Dorien Bryant/Maurice Hicks

    Starter
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    Last edited by scar988; 01-30-2008, 03:07 PM.

    Owner of ScarDraft
    Atlanta Falcons and NFL Draft Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report

  • #2
    wow.
    it might just be me but that looks like a lot of players you have us let go.

    but that draft is AMAZING! i love every pick. If we can get Long and Brohm and Forte would be a big step into the right direction.


    good job Scar

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    • #3
      wow thats pretty good man mad props...

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      • #4
        I like it. Would also be a fan of signing Jordan Gross, moving Weiner to LT, and drafting McFadden/Ellis, but this is beautiful too.

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        • #5
          Good draft.
          Virginia Tech.
          ACC Champions 2004, 2007, 2008, 2010

          Next Up: 2012

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          • #6
            good draft but i dont know that brohm would be there in the 2nd round for us, i think at most he will fall to chicago at 14. it also appears that you have cut a lot of players and the roster lacks experience. how many wins do you think this team would get? might get 4-5, or do you hink it will be another last to first in the nfc south

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            • #7
              5-11 to 7-9. think we have a losing year no matter what but with another good draft start to turn it around.

              Owner of ScarDraft
              Atlanta Falcons and NFL Draft Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report

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              • #8
                Antoine Harris,Brent Grimes, and Corey McIntyre are all players I would like to keep maybe not starters but good backups and Barry Richardson in the 3rd round? Im guessing you didnt get the chance to watch the Senior Bowl Richardson vaule is probally the 5th or 6th round right now I like the rest of your draft though.

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                • #9
                  1. I dont think Brohm will be available at 37.

                  2. I dont think Wheeler will be available at 48.

                  3. Bit early for Barry Richardson. I didnt like him AT ALL in the Sr. Bowl.

                  Otherwise good stuff. Maybe too many cuts.

                  "He's the leader of the next great class of NFL players." - John Elway on Matt Ryan

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                  • #10
                    I'd like Eddie Royal in the 5th or that kid from App State...for that same position, but honestly that'd be a great offseason.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by d34ng3l021 View Post
                      1. I dont think Brohm will be available at 37.

                      2. I dont think Wheeler will be available at 48.

                      3. Bit early for Barry Richardson. I didnt like him AT ALL in the Sr. Bowl.

                      Otherwise good stuff. Maybe too many cuts.
                      I think Wheeler is a top 50 guy, but MLBs normally slip...Demeco Ryans anyone? I'd be kinda surprised if Wheeler wasn't there at 48...but then again, he may not be. Richardson I'm not a big fan of either...but I think he's a better project player than the current OTs we have.

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