Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by TheSport78, Jan 19, 2012.
3. Burfict (in a trade down)
That makes sense. I remember reading that he was a Cowboys fan. I think it's great he's going to help out Jerry with the draft!
:laugh2: can't be any worse!
He played in the movie Dr Stranglove, he is currently fighting a condition called death but he may be good to go before the start of the season.
And how do we know that Free can play guard? Does he have the bulk or strength to handle some of the DT's in the league? I would say its far from a sure thing that he could move inside with no problems.
He rode the bomb right?
Yeah big bomb guy. But it is the aggressiveness your looking for. :laugh2:
Great to know Jerry will have help...
Here is Slim enjoying the offseason
one of the all time classic movie scenes
I approve of these two post.
I think free could do it but will struggle. Free struggles more vs power.
Coples is going to dominate at the combine, no way he'll fall to #14.
lots of stories about him making "business decisions" this year. NYET
That's North Carolina's problem
well if one is stupid enough to draft a part time guy you deserve what you get
We need to continue the trend of building inside out. Success comes from who dominates the line of scrimmage. The Saints offensive line has shown that -- San Francisco's defensive line showed us they were a little better.
....and although it hurts in the worst way to admit: the gspots do the same thing. But again Casmith, we see it, but the man in charge doesn't. It's why Dez was such a BAD pick: he can play, he's talented but he plays a position that's important but not critical to building a team as you put it: "from the inside out."
Right now we have so many holes on the Oline, Dline, LB and CB it's critical we draft well. Hitting on one guy per draft or even two....doesn't cut it when you have this many holes. Same old same old with Jerrah really.