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7 weeks ago
astro34
Christian Wilkins was the guy I wanted. Won the Academic Heisman and graduated in 2 1/2 years, plays multiple positions. Awesome pick!!
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7 weeks ago
astro34
I really have not heard anything bad about Rosen in weeks. He even went to a charity softball game in Arizona after he was traded. I believe if he was just entering the draft this year he would have been the # 1 or #2 QB, so getting him for what we did was a great job of the front office. I was on the record last year as not wanting him, but that was because of his two concussions, not his pla
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2 months ago
astro34
I understand. On the other board I have stated I don't really like the QBs in the draft this year, but would draft Tyree Jackson in the third and Easton Stick in the 7th. We do need QB's
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2 months ago
astro34
The new mock by Justin Heir has us moving down with NY giants and Houston and selecting an offensive lineman. I think I already had suggested this scenario, and I don't paid to do this!!! LOL We did pass on Haskins, whom I am not sold on (Sorry treasure). But I really am not sold on any of the QBs this year. That's really the only reason I want to draft a QB next year. We need a QB, but n
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2 months ago
astro34
So Sam who would you pick if they were available at #13?
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2 months ago
astro34
I believe our new coaching staff will place an emphasis on character guys. It had already been stated that the players want to run thru walls for our new coach. I think we are headed in the right direction.
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2 months ago
astro34
tsstamper: I agree with what you said. But this is the ultimate team sport. Plenty of decent (not HOF) QBs have won the Superbowl. It takes a team.... actually three teams, offense, defense, special teams.... to win the Super Bowl. Brady has won 6 SBs, but with any kind of bad luck would have only won the last one(5 of the six were won...1 in overtime, 1 on a stupid call by Pete Carroll, and
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2 months ago
astro34
I am confused here, because since 2016 (when most of us wanted to move on to another QB the draft played out this way. 2016 drafted Larry Tunsil (next two QBs picked were Paxton Lynch and Christian Hackenburg) 2017 drafted Charles Harris (next two QB's picked were Deshone Kiser and Davis Webb) 2018 drafted Minkah Fitzpatrick (next two QBs picked were Lamar Jackson and Mason Rudolph) S
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2 months ago
astro34
I just read that Christian Wilkins DT Clemson won the William V. Campbell Trophy, (aka the academic Heisman) for his work in the classroom and the community. He also earned his degree in 2 1/2 years. I know he had the issue with a banned substance during the bowl game, but the more I read about him if we stay at #13 I want him if he is available.
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2 months ago
astro34
Ok lets get back to the subject at hand, trading in the draft. My latest wild trade back has miami trading back with NY Giants, Houston and Kansas City netting me 3 thirds, 1 fourth 3 fifths and 2 sevenths, for moving back from #13 to #29 (that is 9 extra picks for dropping down): My draft went like this: 29 Garrett Bradbury, C , NC State 48 Charles Omenihu, DL, Texas 78 Michael Deiter,
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2 months ago
astro34
Just ran the numbers and made 3 trade backs in the first round down to #29 and picked up 8 possibly 9 draft picks this year. (3 in 3rd, 1 in 4th, 3 in 5th and 1 or 2 in 7th). Got Garrett Bradbury, C , NC State with the 29th pick
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2 months ago
astro34
I agree with the disciplined part of that as well. I also maintain that foreign born players in sports are more mentally disciplined. I know we could play the example game forever, but my examples are Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu GinĂ³bili (the core of why San Antonio was great for many years) all are foreign born players. Jay Ajayi was born in Nigerian.
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2 months ago
astro34
from charley casserly's article on NFl.com This "expert" has us trading back with NY Giants, they get Dwayne Haskins QB (they do this to jump above Washington at #15) we get Christian Wilkins, DT, CLemson, and probably three other picks in later rounds. I think he is reading my posts. lol
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2 months ago
astro34
I love the price for this kid. Balance is perhaps the biggest attribute that a lineman can have. I know there is more to it but it is a huge positive for me.
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2 months ago
astro34
Here are some more stats for you guys to chew on: The history of football proves you need to pick a QB in the top 6 picks in order to get a great QB. Where present HOF QB's were drafted(i am not including current QB's, and the numbers start in 1936): 12 in first six picks (5 in #1 spot) 0 in picks 7 - 10 2 in picks 11-20 1 in picks 21 - end of first round 2 in 2nd round 3 in 3rd 2
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2 months ago
astro34
Trading out of the 1st round to get 3rd and 4th rounders is mathematically impossible. The highest value in the third round is 265 points and in the 4th its 88 points(based on NFL trade value chart). Our #13 pick is worth 1150 points. No team in the NFL has enough picks to make the trade even. My earlier proposed trade with the giants gave us 200 extra value points, which translated into
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2 months ago
astro34
The guy was a Judo champion. So I am great with him, I am sure he will know how to use leverage and the other players momentum against them. I have never heard of him either, but he at least sounds like an interesting prospect.
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2 months ago
astro34
Burns was #6 on that big board, I could have had the clemson edge rusher or DL, just went best available in position of need. As for giving anyone ammunition against anyone else, sorry dudes, am just putting my two sense in. If I agree or disagree with you its not personal. As for trading back I actually came up with a scenario when we would pick up 7 picks between rounds 2 and 5 with thre
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2 months ago
astro34
I just played a draft simulator in which I traded our #13 pick to NY Giants for their #17, 95, 132 , and 143. These were my picks; #13 Traded to Giants - they picked Drew Lock, QB Missouri #17 Brian Burns, Edge, Florida State #48 Erik McCoy, C, Texas A&M #78 Andy Isabella, WR, UMASS #95 Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo #116 Gerald Willis, DL, Miami #132 Malik Grant, S, Marshall #143 Mic
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2 months ago
astro34
I hope so.... but doubt it
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2 months ago
astro34
Treasure: I will fly down to Miami and party with you guys WHEN we finally win the Super Bowl.
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2 months ago
astro34
I maintain that it's the offensive system and a QB that fits that system that makes a great QB. It's like putting a square peg in a round hole. We can draft the best QB available, but if he does not fit our system then he will not succeed.
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2 months ago
astro34
Just read that Daniel Jones (the Duke Quarterback) is basically Ryan Tannehill with a weaker arm, OMG
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2 months ago
astro34
Treasure..... I am glad that you and your sons had a great bonding moment with the Miracle in Miami. I enjoyed it as well. But also see the big picture, if we lost that game (or maybe the Bears overtime win) we would be picking 8th this year. We were essentially out of the playoff race by that time. Is beating New Wngland in the regular season your goals. I want to beat them in the playoffs
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2 months ago
astro34
Another trade back scenerio: Trade #13 to the giants (they have 12 picks) for #17,95,132,143 1150 trade value points to a total of 1144. They get a better point value, i guess they could throw in one of their 7th round picks) Essentially moving back 4 spots and pick up an extra third, fourth and fifth round draft pick And we would not have to deal with New England .... unless they we
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2 months ago
astro34
Mizzou15, thanks for the insight. If he played on your team in college and you don't want him then a big red flag just went up.
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2 months ago
astro34
But don't you think that against decent SEC teams his offensive line was getting blown up and he has very little time to throw. Not to mention if the D-line has stopped your run then you are just a sitting duck. Basically, I am saying a guy like Tua sits behind this huge line and has all day to throw. Yea he looks good, but how good. Clemson sure made him look less invincible in the champion
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2 months ago
astro34
I like this kids potential, in maybe the 4th round. I also like Easton Stick, he is under the radar but can throw. Does not have a really strong arm. I will admit Mayfield surprised me a little, thought he was a product of that Lincoln Reilly system (ie Kyler Murray possibly) Drew Lock peaks my interest in a QB. I do think you need to find someone to fit your system. Even Brady wou
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2 months ago
astro34
ChyrenB.... Dan Marino never won a super bowl because his defense was bad. If he played for San Francisco at that time they would have won eight super bowls. He is hands down the best QB ever. Greise was also a great QB in that he got the most out of his players around him, lets not forget they did have the #1 defense in the league in our undefeated year. With respect to the upcoming draft.
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2 months ago
astro34
Don't like Rosen. I didn't want him last year he had to many concussions in College. I would draft QB Drew Lock,if he was not available then a DT or Edge with our #13 pick.
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