Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by jnday, Apr 26, 2013.
What about it? Fix this thing now.
I would do a backflip.
Yup. Don't see it happening, though.
Nobody in their mind wouldve thought Dallas would pick a C/G in the first round not named Cooper or Warmack. All bets are off this yr. I think Dallas is commited to get this OL fixed
Broaddus tweeted something about how the team doesn't have him evaluated favorably
Thanks goodness. A second rd pick on him would be a wasted one.
If they plan on using a pick on another interior lineman make it be Bailey or Schwenke (if they really think Frederick is a guard) please and not the second rounder.
What's wrong with Warford? Warford and Frederick could get massive push up the middle. Power football at it's best.
I'm really not a fan of guards that are 330+. imo, it tells me that their life span is relatively short. and i know Warmack and Frederick both played above 330 as well, but they both shed the weight prior to the combine.
I only wish this team had a guard like Nate Newton. I like linemen that are big and strong.
There is no way he will make it to 47 after the first round rush on the OL.
Who do you want then? If you say a wr or rb. Smh
No, we will sign a right tackle after the draft and we will have upgraded two out of the five starting offensive lineman.
That is a very high percentage and we need to look to safety, TE, RB, DT
This, but he will probably be long gone.
How's Leary progressing along? If he can contribute this year, I'd rather go RT (that is if we go OL in the 2nd. I don't think we are).
I'd rather take Winters. He can play G/OT or C and he's much more athletic.
I would be stoked if we got either Winters or Warford... I do like Winters' "position flex"...
Well when you pay your QB $108 million dollars, oline kinda becomes a priority.
Call it protecting your investment.
with the selection of Fredrich debunking the zone blocking scheme, we should take Warford. Sadly, I think that we are done on the OL for this draft. We will get cute and pick up a TE, WR, RB, DL, CB and perhaps a S.
Guy has cement feet. Look at his shuttle/20yd.
Most of what he did in college is thanks to an overwhelming size/strength advantage, he won't get away with that in the NFL.
it didn't debunk the scheme. It debunked the incorrect notion of what type of players fit into the scheme.