Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Supercowboy1986, Dec 21, 2012.
And Patrick Watkins was a killer Red Zone receiver......
I thought it was Dallas that considered that idea, but anyway, I remember reading that someone associated with the team did.
Oh, that's right. It was Ryan when he was in Oakland.
I think he can..……in Madden
:laugh1: yeah your stupidy makes me laugh
Alright, so you're a MLB.. can you farm?
I thought it was Dexter Coakley that people wanted to move to Safety.
OP, this isn't a dumb topic. But I think the idea was considered and discarded. I'm sort of surprised they haven't tried him in that role in some packages. It seems like the kind of thing RR would do. It might just be the learning curve for him at ILB is steep enough.
Disagree... this is a dumb topic
You're free to. He's right, though, that Rob Ryan has publicly said that he tried to pitch the idea of converting Ernie to SS when he was in OAK. And he's right that the Cowboys reportedly aren't in love with Simms' size at ILB, so, take that for what it's worth.
NE's had success with stranger personnel moves than these. Sometimes you really do try to just get your best players on the field somehow.
That was awesome!
At least the OP had an idea that was based on an idea suggested by the Cowboys actual defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, not just an internet/madden type of suggestion.
I doubt that he would be put into a starting role as a safety at this point; however, I could easily see him playing some of the specialty positions that are normally played by a safety.
Sims is faster, heavier and more athletic than many NFL starting safeties.
40 Yrd Dash: 4.50
20 Yrd Dash: 2.64
10 Yrd Dash: 1.54
Vertical Jump: 41
Broad Jump: 10'05"
40 Yrd Dash: 4.54
20 Yrd Dash: 2.65
10 Yrd Dash: 1.63
Vertical Jump: 34 1/2
Broad Jump: 10'02"
Is he healthy enough to play?
Thank you for having a brain. People on this board are not always the brightest unfortunately.
It's a fun theoretical exercise, however, the idea of Ernie Sims running down down the seam with a good WR is preposterous.