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Everything posted by bigjmw84

  1. I went back and looked at Hennesys college tape, and I'm convinced coach Smith has done the same. He wasn't coached up by our last regime. He is gonna take advantage Henneseys strengths and allow him to flourish. With that being said, picking up a veteran who can play both interior spots would be smart move as he acclimate to the NFL.
  2. If they feel he would be a perfect fit at LG, I wouldn't be too opposed if we traded down multiple times and grabbed a bunch of picks.
  3. If we were to trade down and collect a few top 100 picks, I would grab Moehrig and Washingting. Gary Patterson coached them up and would both be plug and play. I'm hoping Moehrig makes it to 35. He is all over the place on big boards.
  4. Could be a sneaky good cheap signing by TF. He had a pff rating in the 70's for 19. He opted out in 20 after being a cap casualty. Only 30. TF has familiarity with him in NO.
  5. Would have been nice to get a 4th,but two 5ths and a 6th aren't bad at all
  6. Phillip Lindsay would be a perfect fit, but he is likely out of range.
  7. Even if he ends up being an above average rotational piece, he will be serving a critical purpose for our depth. Dean Peas is a master level teacher of defense, and I expect a solid level of improvement across the board. Cominski/Davidson/Foye/Walker/Harris should be the most positively impacted from our coaching changes.
  8. This man ran an unofficial 4.24 40. Where does he land in the draft now?
  9. Shemar Jean Charles CB https://youtu.be/PcYz6Lg2z7k
  10. Grab Moehrig/J.Williams/Trill Williams with the 1st 3 picks
  11. I love Connors style, but his frequent injuries re a cause for concern.
  12. Kyle Van Noy just got released by MIA for Cap reasons. He would be a nice pickup as well.
  13. I'm a huge fan of Azeez! He has good hands, bend and acceleration for a prospect. Dan Peas would a perfect guy to mold him. I imagine he will be playing at 250-255. He is somewhere between Brian Burns and Cameron Wake imo. The only edge prospect that has better potential is Jaelan Phillips(Jarred Allen-esque) but he has a lot of medical flags.
  14. S:Hooker CB: Desmond King EDGE: Terell Basham DT: Daquan Cook QB:Trubisky
  15. Henry is a unicorn. 6-2 250 , and low 4.5 speed It would be unwise to find a big back and think he can replicate former success. I'm looking for good vision/contact balance/hands regardless of size. 4.5 or better
  16. Khalil Herbert is one of the most underrated backs in this class. Great vision, hands and pass pro. Perfect fit in our ZBS. He will be a 3 down guy early in his career. MJD without the insane contact balance.
  17. Lack of passion for the game. He had the tools to be a menace, but didn't improve his strength or add any significant pass rush moves. Add the passion/effort and he is somewhere between Robert Mathis and Von Miller
  18. I feel he won't keep him in one place. He could be a nice chess piece to move around
  19. Depth behind Dbo & Foye, or can he be developed as an OLB? Titans had OLB's between 240 and 250. I think he has the frame to add 8-10 more pounds. 4.65 ain't bad off the edge.
  20. CB Dereck Canteen is one that could come in and surprise as a later round pick. https://youtu.be/TGDG2g1UN7s
  21. I'm starting to like Slater in a trade down while adding two picks in the top 100. Would be nice if we grab a mid to late gem for the interior as well. Mathews-Slater-Lindstrom-Gonno-McGary Hennessy provides depth at G/C
  22. A combo of Kenneth Gainwell and Trey Sermon would be nasty. I see Christian McCaffrey light in Gainwell and a smaller version of Lagarret Blount in Sermon Kylin Hill/Rhamondre Stevenson/Khalil Herbert would all be good fits in wide zone scheme
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