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Old 03-27-2007, 12:12 PM    (permalink
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Thats true...but would they use the 6th pick in the draft to go after another defensive player? Theyre fine on defense. I dont know, its a tough call.
We're better than fine on defense but that's not the point. Jerry has stated on numerous occasions that he does not believe in creating a supposed "balanced" team and that his preference is to keep the defense at an elite level, even if it's at the expense of having a less than stellar offense. You only stay elite by continually reinfusing talent into the system and with Brown's propensity to get major injuries the past three seasons I think anyone that thinks Brown can be fully relied on this season is being hopeful more than rational.

Not to mention that with Archuleta as our starting SS (as will likely be the case) having a FS with more range such as Landry would not be a bad idea at all. I think we would be fine with Brown, or even Danieal Manning, but it would make sense and my preference is to be more than just "fine".
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Ideally we would trade up or down. Other than the picks of Landry, and Willis, I wouldn't be opposed to grabbing Alan Branch there considering Tank may be out for up to eight games( more likely four). I could be wrong but I see an athletic DT of his size freeing up Tommie and Urlacher and upgrading our D to the next level.
Johnson isn't that great of a starting DT anyway. He would certainly start on most teams, don't get me wrong, but Branch would be an upgrade I think. Especially in the run defense department.

I just don't like Okoye, at least not as a top 10 pick. He seems more of a recent johnny-come-lately defensive tackle that makes me uneasy to make suge a huge investment in him.
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We're better than fine on defense but that's not the point. Jerry has stated on numerous occasions that he does not believe in creating a supposed "balanced" team and that his preference is to keep the defense at an elite level, even if it's at the expense of having a less than stellar offense. You only stay elite by continually reinfusing talent into the system and with Brown's propensity to get major injuries the past three seasons I think anyone that thinks Brown can be fully relied on this season is being hopeful more than rational.

Not to mention that with Archuleta as our starting SS (as will likely be the case) having a FS with more range such as Landry would not be a bad idea at all. I think we would be fine with Brown, or even Danieal Manning, but it would make sense and my preference is to be more than just "fine".
But why spend the 6th on a safety when you can easily get one later? This draft is loaded with safeties, theyre better off with getting value at a different position.

They can trade back and get Griffin, Nelson, Weddle, Merriweather etc. With the 6th pick, theyre better off going after a position with quality talent thats thin in terms of depth in this draft.

To me, that stratches off WR and Safety. 6 is too high for Willis. So to me, either go after CJ (who's value is too high to ignore even though theres great WR depth), Thomas, Quinn, or trade down and address multiple areas of concern ie Safety + LB + WR.
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sounds like a dumb move the redskins would make...I don't think it will happen but i wouldn't be shocked
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But why spend the 6th on a safety when you can easily get one later? This draft is loaded with safeties, theyre better off with getting value at a different position.

They can trade back and get Griffin, Nelson, Weddle, Merriweather etc. With the 6th pick, theyre better off going after a position with quality talent thats thin in terms of depth in this draft.

To me, that stratches off WR and Safety. 6 is too high for Willis. So to me, either go after CJ (who's value is too high to ignore even though theres great WR depth), Thomas, Quinn, or trade down and address multiple areas of concern ie Safety + LB + WR.
I'm sure that trading down or up would be a strong possibility. I go under the assumptions that no trade can be made. People are way too much into hypotheticals on this board when it comes to trades (ie: Lions fans assuming that they're going to get multiple offers for the #2 pick with no factual evidence) when the vast majority of the time they don't happen.

If we're at 6, and Johnson (who will be) Thomas (who very very likely will be) and Quinn (70/30 will be) are all gone at that point, I think Landry would be the best pick.

Sure we could take Merriweather or Weddle but IMO those guys can't touch Landry. The hope obviously would be that Landry would be an elite safety in the league for years. That's worth taking a flyer on in the early part of the draft.

Hell...even the trade itself at this point is hypothetical..as Angelo's comments seem to indicate he would prefer to keep Briggs at this point.
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Johnson isn't that great of a starting DT anyway. He would certainly start on most teams, don't get me wrong, but Branch would be an upgrade I think. Especially in the run defense department.

I just don't like Okoye, at least not as a top 10 pick. He seems more of a recent johnny-come-lately defensive tackle that makes me uneasy to make suge a huge investment in him.
Im in total agreement with you. I think Okoye is overrated due to his age and intelligence. How much would those really effect the way he plays on the field? He's an interesting prospect but is he really worth the number 6th pick. I am worried about Branch's motor though.

We were better against the run when Tank Johnson was just a situational pass rusher on the third downs and Ian Scott although stout against the run never got a good enough push up the middle.

Ideally we would trade up and down. But if we are serious about improving our run D, we could do a lot worse than Branch.
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I'm sure that trading down or up would be a strong possibility. I go under the assumptions that no trade can be made. People are way too much into hypotheticals on this board when it comes to trades (ie: Lions fans assuming that they're going to get multiple offers for the #2 pick with no factual evidence) when the vast majority of the time they don't happen.

If we're at 6, and Johnson (who will be) Thomas (who very very likely will be) and Quinn (70/30 will be) are all gone at that point, I think Landry would be the best pick.

Sure we could take Merriweather or Weddle but IMO those guys can't touch Landry. The hope obviously would be that Landry would be an elite safety in the league for years. That's worth taking a flyer on in the early part of the draft.

Hell...even the trade itself at this point is hypothetical..as Angelo's comments seem to indicate he would prefer to keep Briggs at this point.
I think Nelson's ballhawk skills would compliment Arch a little better. But as far as rush D goes, you want Landry back there. Plus, Landry can play both Safety positions in case Arch busts/gets injured.

Hmmm....

I don't know, 6 is awfully high for a safety. I love safeties but 6?

Who knows, this could even be a bluff by the Redskins. By throwing this rumored trade out, maybe theyre trying to see if anyone else will hastily offer them something more for the 6th pick. They could be using Chicago.
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I think Nelson's ballhawk skills would compliment Arch a little better. But as far as rush D goes, you want Landry back there. Plus, Landry can play both Safety positions in case Arch busts/gets injured.

Hmmm....

I don't know, 6 is awfully high for a safety. I love safeties but 6?

Who knows, this could even be a bluff by the Redskins. By throwing this rumored trade out, maybe theyre trying to see if anyone else will hastily offer them something more for the 6th pick. They could be using Chicago.
If Ed Reed was there at 6, I would take him now in a heart beat.
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If the Bears take it who do they draft? I guess that is what they would have to decide. Is there a player they want really bad that they would need a top ten pick to get. I guess LaRon Landry would make sense. Gets them ahead of the Vikings, Falcons, and Rams.
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I know, but I'm saying, if Landry is "the next" Ed Reed, or even comes close to it, then he would be well worth it...
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I know, but I'm saying, if Landry is "the next" Ed Reed, or even comes close to it, then he would be well worth it...
I know, I just wanted to use that line...

Anyway, he's the next Dawkins. Nelson is the next Reed
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I know, I just wanted to use that line...

Anyway, he's the next Dawkins. Nelson is the next Reed
Whatevs. Imagine a young Dawkins on a defense as good as the Bears. Beastly.
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bsaza - just to point out, Washington is actually the SAM, with Marshall/McIntosh, as of now, scheduled to battle it out for the WILL spot. While I'm not defending the move (see previous posts in this thread), Lemar and Rocky have concerns, and adding someone like Briggs would remove the need for another pass rush specialist (last year, Marcus Washington rushed less on 3rd downs as he was needed to cover more ... so on passing downs, Marcus and Andre Carter could essentially be the ends).

Just to reiterate, I think this is a poor move for the Skins if they pursue it, but it seems to be a very legitimate possibility. Gregg Williams has used a lot of systems before ... that said ... I don't think anyone sees him moving to a 3-4 anytime soon.
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Reggie Nelson has the talent to be the next Dawkins, but I'm not certain he has the football IQ and personality to combine his skill set with being a coach on the field and a locker-room dynamo. Dawkins is an amazing physical specimen, but he also studies hard and works to get better and make others around him better. There is no guarantee that Nelson has the personality and drive to be the next Dawkins.
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bsaza - just to point out, Washington is actually the SAM, with Marshall/McIntosh, as of now, scheduled to battle it out for the WILL spot. While I'm not defending the move (see previous posts in this thread), Lemar and Rocky have concerns, and adding someone like Briggs would remove the need for another pass rush specialist (last year, Marcus Washington rushed less on 3rd downs as he was needed to cover more ... so on passing downs, Marcus and Andre Carter could essentially be the ends).

Just to reiterate, I think this is a poor move for the Skins if they pursue it, but it seems to be a very legitimate possibility. Gregg Williams has used a lot of systems before ... that said ... I don't think anyone sees him moving to a 3-4 anytime soon.
My understanding was that Washington was best cut out to be a WILL, where he could attack, but I could very well be wrong. I think Briggs' fit in this scheme is not ideal, and I think it is a bad idea.
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My understanding was that Washington was best cut out to be a WILL, where he could attack, but I could very well be wrong. I think Briggs' fit in this scheme is not ideal, and I think it is a bad idea.
Washington to me is the perfect SAM. He's big and strong, can stop the run, rush the passer, cover TEs, play man or zone, he's smart, he can put his hand on the dirt...he plays like a prototype SAM. You don't see SAMs like that anymore, its a rare breed. He doesn't have many years left though.
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Isn't Gaines like 24? He's supposedly the player the Redskins were targeting. So is a 26 pro bowl linebacker really that big of a difference? We already know that Briggs is a beast, but have no idea how Gaines will turn out.

It's not that bad of a deal.
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Washington to me is the perfect SAM. He's big and strong, can stop the run, rush the passer, cover TEs, play man or zone, he's smart, he can put his hand on the dirt...he plays like a prototype SAM. You don't see SAMs like that anymore, its a rare breed. He doesn't have many years left though.
You can add Karlos Dansby to that list. He may be taking Washington's spot considering Dansby is only 3 years into his NFL career.
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Washington to me is the perfect SAM. He's big and strong, can stop the run, rush the passer, cover TEs, play man or zone, he's smart, he can put his hand on the dirt...he plays like a prototype SAM. You don't see SAMs like that anymore, its a rare breed. He doesn't have many years left though.

Then my boy, Michael Boley, will be in his prime.
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You can add Karlos Dansby to that list. He may be taking Washington's spot considering Dansby is only 3 years into his NFL career.
Yeah, Dansby and Vrabel. Dansby is the only youngin I see who fits the bill though.

Thomas Davis and Derrick Johnson are solid in the 4-3. Dansby, Vrabel, and Washington I think could thrive in any system.
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Then my boy, Michael Boley, will be in his prime.
Boley eh? I gotta do more hw on the guy, I don't know much about him.
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Boley eh? I gotta do more hw on the guy, I don't know much about him.
Michael Boley, 24 years old, started at SAM the past year and a half. He is exactly what you would like. He was the one player on the Falcons team that was consistently good, last year. He's 6'3", 236-lbs, started at SAM, played RE on passing downs, and he was Rich McKay's fall back plan at SS, had the team not signed Lawyer Milloy. That is versatility! He had 80 tackles, 3 interceptions, 2 sacks, 1 FF, 3 FR, last year. He isn't even in his prime yet. Like I said, he's my boy.
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Michael Boley, 24 years old, started at SAM the past year and a half. He is exactly what you would like. He was the one player on the Falcons team that was consistently good, last year. He's 6'3", 236-lbs, started at SAM, played RE on passing downs, and he was Rich McKay's fall back plan at SS, had the team not signed Lawyer Milloy. That is versatility! He had 80 tackles, 3 interceptions, 2 sacks, 1 FF, 3 FR, last year. He isn't even in his prime yet. Like I said, he's my boy.
Did his brother ever catch on with an NFL team?
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I think Nelson's ballhawk skills would compliment Arch a little better. But as far as rush D goes, you want Landry back there. Plus, Landry can play both Safety positions in case Arch busts/gets injured.

Hmmm....

I don't know, 6 is awfully high for a safety. I love safeties but 6?

Who knows, this could even be a bluff by the Redskins. By throwing this rumored trade out, maybe theyre trying to see if anyone else will hastily offer them something more for the 6th pick. They could be using Chicago.
Safeties went 7-8 last year, and I like Landry better than either of them. I also love safeties, and I think it'd be a good and very possible pick.
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