Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by zrinkill, Apr 29, 2006.
makes our o-line soo much better with a 3 step drop
Welcome to the board...enjoy
I like the way you think. I will take a Mark Bavaro clone anytime
I really like this pick...I was surprised at first but he fits the scheme and, bottomline, is a good player.
He's like Bobby Carpenter on the other side of the ball
Let it go, man ... just ... let it go ...
I think you hit it there
although he reminds me of that TE the Jets had... he was known as butterfingers here in NY LOL .... what was his name?
Oh, we're going to pass a lot this year. Our offense is STOUT!
plus it will be nice to have someone this size to chip on those Giant DE's instead of a rb. Strahan and Osi may not see much of Bledsoe this year....3 steps and bam..sorry Mike and Osi that played just happened with you not meaning much at all...lol...i HOPE WE TEAR THE gIANTS A NEW ONE.. i CAN'T WAIT....WHO'S lAVAR GONNA NOT COVER...LOL
how about some T.O. Martha Focker!(inspired by the "Meet the Parents" movie)
Found this over at nflanswers.com
Pros: A good blocker and doesn’t mind staying in to help out the OL, a hard worker, good hands, was productive in college, decent speed, never injured, prototypical size, keeps improving, solid overall.
Cons: Not a great athlete like the others, could get stronger, needs to continue getting better in all aspects of the game.
Draft Exchange Analysis:
Anthony Fasano enters this years draft as one of the most underrated Tight Ends in the draft. He has good size and is a great blocker, often looking like a 6th lineman out there which is getting harder and harder to find in Tight Ends. He also is a very good receiver and can get downfield with his deceptive speed. On the year, Fasano has 45 catches for 564 yard with 2 TDs bringing his 3 year total to 90 catches for 1100 yards and 8 TDs. Fasano is also a hard worker and hasn’t had any off field problems. While Fasano encompasses all of these things, he isn’t as good as an athlete as some of the other Tight Ends in the draft this year. He also isn’t the biggest or fastest, but what sets him apart is his work ethic. Whoever drafts Fasano is going to get a tough, hardworking Tight End who could be a solid starter some day.
One Word To Describe Fasano: Underrated
Most Like: Jeb Putzier (Denver Broncos)
The more I read the more I like him. It's a good thing I live on the second floor. and didn't do anything rash
Lavar's head will be spinning like that possessed chick in the Exorcist. So Bledoe will now have 7 blockers in front of him instead of the usual 5 or 6. That should allow Bledsoe to sit there and patiently wait until Owens gets 90 yards downfield before unleashing a bomb to him.
Are you freakin' serious man?
Do you know anything about football, whatsoever?
Dallas ran the 2TE set a lot last year. It was their primary formation...
Over 12,000 posts and still not a clue ...
If this was Bill O'relly's Fox News .. this would surely make the most ridiculous item of the day.
yeah him. thanks.
Hopefully this doesn't mean he's on the wrong end of "Jacked Up" every week.
I like this part
Dallas ran some 2 TE sets we did not run it as much as what is now being reported. Yes I know a lot about football and chances are a lot more than you. So shut you pie hole idiot!!
Did we pick the BPA with this pick?
big difference in running two TE last year out of necessity and this year by choice.