Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Hostile, Dec 28, 2005.
I'm not sure, but I probably got owned at some point in this thread...
It sort of depends on which page you read. There's a lot of mania here. It's not all my fault, but you could start the finger pointing at me.
I'll deny at culpability but it's a place to start.
Apparently by a farm animal.
I agree 100%. How many 1st rounders on Denver's OL? Coaching, coaching, coaching...
I firmly believe that with a good offseason that Petitti can give us more than any of the first round tackles that go in round 1. Outside of QB, I don't think there is a more difficult learning curve in the NFL than offensive tackle.
And in a lot of ways I'm as disappointed in our linebackers as I am our O-line. Not with all of them of course. But Shanle, even as huge as he is and Fujita to a lesser degree haven't impressed me.
Hey it works for Brain.
I would point a finger but it seems to have been dislocated with all the mouse clicking. Perhaps it's just arthritis, carpal tunnel, the plague, I don't know, I'm not Eskimo.
Now I know what CBZ feels like.
Oh right, the draft.
Depends on who's available where. Do you pass up a top flight OT for a second-rate FS? Probably not.
Personally, I feel that it's time we get a ballhawking FS and let the playmakers (Ware, RW) roam. Turn them loose, create havoc. That's something Bill has been tentative to do.
We need to ditch the conservatism and let it all hang out.
If Haloti Ngata is there when we pick and they don't jump all over it I will personally need you to bail me out of jail for whipping some Fish's arse.
It will probably be a moot point - Ngati is one of those guys who is only going to have their draft status elevated as the deadline nears. His triangle numbers and interviews will guarantee him top 10. He may even break top 5; 6'5", 340 lb. DT's with 4.8 speed don't grow on trees.
I know that. I'm betting he does at least 35 reps on the bench too. His stock will soar.
Personally, a couple of guys I like in the 20's is your boy Laron from LSU and Huff from the Horns. Both are going to be great FS in this league.
Now you're talking my langauge.
The defensive guys I would really love to get are Hawk, Nhagti, or Huff. Landry just doesnt do it for me, Huff seems like the more sure fire pick
Trade Ellis and your number 1 to move up and get him, he's a monster and you won't lose a draft pick. He won't be here anyways.
Think of it like this, you're getting Ngata for Ellis.
You know you are probably right but hey....there is no wall around...so I need to argue with someone .
Beats looking at a 2006 roster filled with agendas.
I was surprised you, DBair or BlindZebra hadnt raided that sucker yet.
Nors is cool though. Every thread he starts ends up being 19 pages long and keeps things popping around here.
- Mike G.
I don't necessarily disagree. I say we take the best player available. If it's a WR, draft the WR. If it's a tackle, take the tackle. If it's a LB, take the LB. If there is not "clear cut" BPA (between, say, 3 or 4 players) at our slot then take the one we need most.
It wasn't worthy of a response.