Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Arkyvarminter, Dec 12, 2012.
That's the same side of the ball!
Sean Lee. No doubt about it, could play TE or FB and be really good. Brilliant player with great intensity.
I knew you would have to throw a fullback in there.
ok this is cheating...
but Akwasi Owusu-Ansah. CB, WR, KR, Special Teams Ace.
Why did we let him go? :banghead::banghead::banghead:
Well, that's assuming that they can hold their own as an OLineman...which might be a stretch on this team :laugh2:
Actually I don't know that the transition would be that easy. While OLine, to my eyes, is largely about technique and positioning, DLine, at least interior, is about power. A guy like Mike or Maurkice Pouncey might get pushed around pretty good playing DT, despite being a great center. Someone like Montrae Holland, on the other hand, might thrive at something like pushing the pocket.
I'm in the crowd that thinks Claiborne would be a good WR. He attacks the ball the right way, and is athletic enough to be a solid route runner...that should more than make up for a lack of top end speed.
After watching more of Doug Free tonight Id like to see Scandrick tackle.
Miles Austin at cornerback.
I guess while we are dreaming, put Dez at FS and Murray at SS. Them with Carr and Mo would be devastating.
Also half the front 7 could play TE, although Ware is probably the only one that would be great at it. Spears could be our Fridge, just call him the Couch.
Lissemore at FB or RB in short yardage. The dude has some speed for a big guy.
Doug Free he has shown the ability to get QB's sacked. :laugh2:
This would be my guess as well. He'd be a monster fullback....a great TE too, if he were a little taller.
Spears should have been a Guard.
more like FB, isn't he 6'2 on a good day?
With the relationship receivers and orders have with each other, O Line, D Line is a distant number one in terms of how close they are.
You used the example of the Pouncey brothers and while you're probably right in saying they can't be 3-4 nose tackles, I think they'd fit fine as a 4-3 D Tackle. Plus, keep in mind most every player on our team has probably played the opposite side of the ball in HS, just watch Lee using his RB moves on every pic he gets :laugh2:
Cole Beasley at RB like Danny Woodhead
You could put Sean Lee at any position and even if he was outmatched, you know that he would give it 1000% effort.
Claiborn went to LSU as a WR then moved to CB.
Cole Beasley is like 170 lbs. and he already plays on offense. :banghead:
Romo at Line Backer
This is on the same side but I would enjoy letting Free play QB to let him get the full benefit of the swinging gate blocking scheme.
Then put him at nose tackle in the red zone and learn to stop someone trying to move you out of a hole. :laugh2: