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  • #46
    Originally posted by Dirty Thirty View Post
    if we went 3-4 than id be all for drafting Suh. Haynesworth and Suh on a 3-4 line would be amazing. and you arent alone on bradford. i like bradford but i dont like bradford as a top 5 pick. top 10 maybe but even thats borderline for me. colt mccoy is still the guy i want at qb and pike is coming in at a close second now.

    strip what do you think of devine in the early 3rd? will he even be there? would early second be too early to take him?
    I think Devine is definitely going day 1. I don't think early round 2 for him is a reach depending on the talent available at other positions. Ideally I'd want Okung in the first round, Sean Lee or Devine at the top of the 2nd and then Jarrett Brown or Dan Lefevour in the 4th to compete with Colt while still bringing in a vet QB who would probably start.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by SeanTaylorRIP View Post
      I think Devine is definitely going day 1. I don't think early round 2 for him is a reach depending on the talent available at other positions. Ideally I'd want Okung in the first round, Sean Lee or Devine at the top of the 2nd and then Jarrett Brown or Dan Lefevour in the 4th to compete with Colt while still bringing in a vet QB who would probably start.
      agree 100% with you here.

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      • #48
        It's so tough because we could use new blood and talent at every single position on the team except maybe safety, although it wouldn't surprise me if they thought that Horton needs to be replaced long term. Damnit we should trade Landry for a QB and draft Eric Berry!!!

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        • #49
          Devine would be awesome, Brown just reminds me too much of Campbell at times but I couldn't hate on bringing him in to be a developmental qb.


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          • #50
            Originally posted by 703SKINS202 View Post
            Devine would be awesome, Brown just reminds me too much of Campbell at times but I couldn't hate on bringing him in to be a developmental qb.
            I don't think they are that similar really. Brown is another world of athleticism. He is an actual strong scrambling QB like a Troy Smith. Also Brown has a much quicker release than Campbell. Brown is actually the complete opposite of Campbell. Campbell is the most cerebral QB in a bad way as he is so slow to process his reads and make the throws. Brown is a wild card. He's a playmaker who takes so many chances and can make so many unique throws from unique positions. Campbell is about as vanilla a QB you can find while Brown is one of the more unconventional QB's in the college game.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by SeanTaylorRIP View Post
              I don't think they are that similar really. Brown is another world of athleticism. He is an actual strong scrambling QB like a Troy Smith. Also Brown has a much quicker release than Campbell. Brown is actually the complete opposite of Campbell. Campbell is the most cerebral QB in a bad way as he is so slow to process his reads and make the throws. Brown is a wild card. He's a playmaker who takes so many chances and can make so many unique throws from unique positions. Campbell is about as vanilla a QB you can find while Brown is one of the more unconventional QB's in the college game.
              i agree strip. they are big and black and have strong arms but i think thats just about where the comparisons end. brown is a duel threat to break a huge run and will probably run in the 4.5s. campbell is slow. slow to read. slow to throw. i think he ran a 4.7 at the combine which isnt bad for a qb but he never seems to be as mobile as you would think. as you said browns also got a quicker release which is something skins fans would love to see. hes not as polished as campbell was coming out and doesnt have the experience he had but thats why hes a 3-5 rd grade and not a 1-2.

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              • #52
                Week 5 Skins Draft Rankings by Position:

                QB
                1. Jake Locker - Tough call between Bradford and Locker. I love that Locker comes from a pro style offense and can make plays with his feet. I think this gives him the edge on being able to make a more immediate impact.

                2. Sam Bradford - Good first game back from injury for Bradford. Seems like he hadnt really lost a step. He was throwing well and making good reads. Hes still a top 5 pick until he proves otherwise. This weeks game against Texas will be huge.

                3. Colt McCoy - Watched him play this weekend. I love his quick release. Even his interception was a great throw but was dropped by the receiver and bounced into the defenses hands. I cant wait for Okl vs Texas this weekend. True test for McCoy and Bradford.

                4. Tony Pike - Moving up boards with every successful game. Pikes not going to beat you with his legs but has such an impressive throwing motion and a big arm. His accuracy has been on point this year at 67% completion. Some big games coming up, especially prime time this week vs South Floridas tough defense.

                5. Dan LeFevour - LeFevour really impresses me. Obviously the level of competition is going to hurt his stock but I still really like him. Hes not fast but has really good footwork and he throws a really nice ball. His 72% accuracy this year and 12 td 4 int ration aint bad either.

                6. Jarrett Brown - I honestly think that if Jarrett had started as a sophomore or even a junior that hed be much higher on most boards. I watched the WVU game this weekend and saw some really good things in Jarrett. His arm is crazy strong and he throws accurately on the run.

                OT
                1. Russell Okung
                2. Brian Bulaga
                3. Anthony Davis
                4. Trent Williams
                5. Charles Brown
                6. Selvish Capers

                Dream Draft 1:
                RD 1 - Okung, OT, Oklahoma State
                RD 2 - Charles Brown, OT, USC
                RD 4 - Thomas Austin, OG, Clemson
                RD 5 - James Starks, RB, Buffalo
                Last edited by DiG; 10-14-2009, 07:56 AM.

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                • #53
                  TBH I really am not a fan of any of the top tier QB's. Drafting Locker IMO is such a huge risk. Bradford tbh I really have never been a fan of. Yes he has a quick delivery and is insanely accurate but even taking away from the equation that he could potentially be injury prone, he doesn't have anything but average arm strength, and he has never been mobile at all in the pocket.I think he's just a slightly better version of Matt Leinart. I'm sort of a Colt McCoy and Tony Pike fan but definitely not where we are drafting. I am in full support of taking an OT first round and talking at the top of the second whoever drops between McCoy and Pike. Okung though is really the only franchise LT I see in this draft worthy of eventually replacing Chris Samuels.

                  Now if Jimmy Clausen declares that's one first round QB I wouldn't mind having even though I hate him and Notre Dame and he's one ugly mofo.
                  Last edited by SeanTaylorRIP; 10-12-2009, 09:14 AM.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by SeanTaylorRIP View Post
                    TBH I really am not a fan of any of the top tier QB's.

                    I am in full support of taking an OT first round and talking at the top of the second whoever drops between McCoy and Pike..
                    Im with you on this one as you can see in my first two dream draft scenarios, I would much prefer to go OT in the first and QB later. I really like Locker but Im not sold yet that hes a guaranteed thing and without an improved oline hes a sitting duck. fortunately though hes the only early qb that can make it happen with his feet if he needed to. hes the only qb at this point that id really want in the early first but my preference would be OT then QB.

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                    • #55
                      For Dirty
                      Cincinnati’s Tony Pike is one of the hottest prospects in the country right now and could be in the second or third round mix when all is said and done. Physically Pike has everything you look for and he is still coming into his own with this being his first full season as a starter. I would maybe compare Pike to Jason Campbell when he was coming out of Auburn.
                      Lol, o no. I actually think Pike doesn't have as strong an arm as Campbell but he does a lot of things better than him.


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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by 703SKINS202 View Post
                        For Dirty

                        Lol, o no. I actually think Pike doesn't have as strong an arm as Campbell but he does a lot of things better than him.
                        I dont know where you pulled that but I call BS. Pikes got a much faster decision making/delivery and has great touch.

                        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYW-TPgliSo

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by Dirty Thirty View Post
                          I dont know where you pulled that but I call BS. Pikes got a much faster decision making/delivery and has great touch.

                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYW-TPgliSo
                          It's from Scott Wright himself...front page.


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                          • #58
                            Well when Jason was coming out because he had such great O-line play, Ben Grubbs, Marcus McNeill, etc., we didn't really know how slow he was at reading and making decisions. He basically had time to sit back and use his cannon when his receivers would eventually get open. While Pike also hasn't been pushed like he will from NFL defenses, you can already see his much quicker release and mobility in the pocket.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by Dirty Thirty View Post
                              Im with you on this one as you can see in my first two dream draft scenarios, I would much prefer to go OT in the first and QB later. I really like Locker but Im not sold yet that hes a guaranteed thing and without an improved oline hes a sitting duck. fortunately though hes the only early qb that can make it happen with his feet if he needed to. hes the only qb at this point that id really want in the early first but my preference would be OT then QB.
                              I think im in on taking an O.T. first,but would not even bother taking a q.b. in 2010.
                              Why?

                              Ive heard chris samuels has stenosis?in his neck(thats why he wears that huge neck support) -he might not play again!
                              No samuels/randy thomas/rabach in his last year of contract and heyor not improving;
                              I'd draft round 1 left tackle
                              round 2-right tackle
                              round 4-running back
                              round 5-guard
                              round 7-a def.tackle(no monty and griffin gone)

                              Any decent free agent tackle is going to be expensive-plus we need some linebackers,a def tackle to replace griff,probably a corner to replace rogers and a quarterback who fits the new coaches scheme.

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                              • #60
                                rebuilding for the win. lets trade portis while we can (and let him win again) and run mason to the ground. throw to cooley every play.


                                RIP, Sean Taylor.

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