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Mar 23 2013 05:46 AM
Feb 18 2013 07:23 AMGeno Smith looks like Tom Brady compared to blaine gabbert right now..
What makes you say something ridicious like that because you're already have your mind made up our current QB. Do us a favor and get your head out of the clouds if you think that Geno Smith is night and day better than Blaine Gabbert because of all the games i watched of Geno Smith in College he's very overated to me. There's a reason why in a QB driven league the chief's are going to pass on him and they need one like yesterday. If you going to make a statement like that atleast say why you feel that way.
Feb 06 2013 06:39 AMResigning:
Derek Cox, Cornerback - We need to resign him in the worst kind of way. With a huge need a corner, we can't afford to lose both Mathis and Cox.
Paul Kruger DE, Baltimore - I do not think the Ravens can keep him, and have been saying all offseason long that he should be the top target. Perfect fit for the LEO position IMO and will excel in a 4-3.
Peyton Hillis RB, Kansas City - This guy was a huge flop in Kansas City but I honestly think he just didn't fit there. He won't demand a ridiculous contract and can be brought in as the #2 guy and be a starter if MJD were to go down again. Another good possibility IMO.
Chase Daniel QB, New Orleans - Meet our starter in 2013. I seriously believe Caldwell goes and gets this guy and gives him a shot at being a starter. I also believe he will surprise a lot of people and be an effective starter. Some of you will disagree, but this is my mock and I personally think he is the best option and I also believe the front office will look for a QB in 2014.
Sean Smith CB, Miami - Bigger, more physical corner that Bradley likes and will be the second biggest signing in FA. I think only these guys will be brought in, but with our cap I think they are all possible and will fill major holes on our team.
1st Round - Star Lotulelei DT, Utah - Adding both Star and Kruger could turn our defensive line from a weakness to an instant strength. Star might not be flashy but he will allow people like Posluszny, Kruger, and Alualu to become impact players by taking pressure off of them and demanding a lot of blocks. Think Haloti Ngata without the injuries.
2nd Round - DJ Fluker RT, Alabama - This guy would be an instant starter at RT and at 6-5 355 he is a freaking monster. A much cheaper, more hardworking version of Andre Smith. Monroe and Fluker would be bookend tackles for years.
***Trade down in the 3rd Round and pick up and extra 6th.
3rd Round - Jelani Jenkins WLB, Florida - Coming off of an injury, but I think he will recover and be a surprise. Russell Allen needs to be upgrade in the worst kind of way.
4th Round - Brian Schwenke C, California - Another solid, young pick up that could be a surprise. Was very impressed with him in the Senior Bowl.
5th Round - Kevin Riddick ILB/OLB, North Carolina - We need at least two LBs in this draft, especially with me letting Daryl Smith walk in the scenario. Another guy who had a strong Senior Bowl. Could slid in at SLB if necessary.
6th Round - Cooper Taylor SS, Richmond - Huge for a safety, but is very fluid and is exactly the type of guy Bradley wants at safety in his defense. Late round steal who will have plenty of time to develop with Landry and Lowry at safeties.
6th Round - Sanders Commings CB, Georgia - Yet again, drafting a guy who I feel like fits Bradley's defense. Big, strong corner (6-0 223) who will be strictly a special teamer and depth player for awhile.
7th Round - Philip Lutzenkirchen TE, Auburn - This guy is my pick for the steal of the draft. Excellent hands and can adjust to the ball in the air as good as any receiver. Also, a very adequate blocker. Could allow the Jags to release Lewis after 2013.
Gabbert will be our 2013 starter barring injury so get over it.
Feb 02 2013 05:08 PM[quote name='HURRICANE!!!' timestamp='1359332070' post='1988154']
Lewis is doing so great in the Gabbert era. Is this his QB that will take them "over the hump" ?
Hey Tebow Lover we're here for you.
Feb 02 2013 05:06 PMHey Ray Ray