Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by 4lifecowboy, Mar 20, 2014.
It is not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog.
Kid looks like a football player. I know highlights are just highlights but he had a lot of highlights.
I'm trying to promote these players that have these "football" attitudes. Can't be taught.
You can promote him all you want...just not all the way up to pick 16 in the first round.
That was a draft simulator draft
I know...I was just joking with you in this thread since I was a turd in the other.
With his size and aggression, he is an injury waiting to happen in the NFL but I like him.
Our Raider-like obsession with size/speed combinations gets us AOA and Matt Johnson when we should be taking defensive back playmakers like this player.
Hope we can trade down and get a few!
Joyner vs Megatron would be like Mayweather vs Tyson in his prime.
Why would he be one on one with Megatron? Beside how many times did he go for the ball when the receiver had a catch? He was separating the receiver from the ball.
For the record I see him as a free safety not a corner.
I love this type of myopic thinking. He's too short, what happens when he goes one on one with Megatron?
What happened when taller stronger non-playmaking Brandon Carr did?
I've been a fan of Joyner since the start and I see him as a safety as well. Kid can play.
I'm hearing 4th or 5th round for this guy... I think he can play but the size issue may be a major factor.
if this guy is around for our second pick I'd be shocked.
Well get prepared to be shocked.
I like the way he plays, but his size is just so hard to overlook. Name a physical player in the pros that is his size....can't really think of one. Even a guy like Ed Reed is 2-3 inches taller and 20 lbs heavier. Same with Polamalu. Couple inches taller and 20 lbs heavier.
He could maybe play nickel corner right off the bat. I wouldn't take him in the first two rounds, but after that he would be fair game.
Bob Sanders played FS @ about Joyners size. Earl Thomas looks extremely small compared to the rest of his backfield team mates.
Well the rest of the Seattle DB's a giant sized