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  1. Beau !!

    projected 5th rounder Hey, value! Will everyone shut up now? Probably not!
  2. As the last pick approaches

    this isn't twitch
  3. As the last pick approaches

    It'll be Scooby Wright if he's on the board, watch. I hope I'm wrong.
  4. Falcons Produce UDFA Recruitment Video

    God Dan Quinn is such a fuging tool. First the playist with the rap music now this recruitment video. LOOK AT HOW HIP AND INTOUCH HE IS WITH US KIDS
  5. Don't care I just want a win.
  6. LOL Replaced.

    who cares it's a vaccant number going to a DB
  7. you're a fun new member
  8. A two-time first-team All-Big 12 pick from Fort Worth, Texas, Sanchez has been a stalwart for the Sooners since taking the starting job as a redshirt freshman in 2013. He started 37 games over the past three years, missing two games this fall with a right leg injury. His slight frame worries scouts, and some questioned Sanchez's decision to leave early for the NFL, but there's no doubting his ability to play the ball (15 interceptions, 28 pass break-ups over the past three seasons). Sanchez received 2015 second team All-American notice from multiple outlets, as he not only picked off seven passes, but had 45 tackles, 3.5 for loss, and seven pass breakups. PRO DAY RESULTS 40-yard dash: 4.5 and 4.48 seconds Broad jump: 9 feet, 7 inches ANALYSIS STRENGTHS Three-year starter. Outstanding ball production has been his calling card. Grabbed 15 interceptions during three-year career. Always looking to take the ball reading the quarterback's eyes and taking sharp angles on the throw. Has the hands and athleticism to make difficult interceptions. Great spatial feel in zone shifting from receiver to receiver and squeezing throwing windows. Mirror and match footwork combined with route recognition from man-­off gives him playmaking opportunities. Carries long speed to challenge vertical targets. WEAKNESSES Short and rail thin for an outside cornerback. Inconsistent tackler due to size. May not have enough sand to hold up against physical receivers. Reckless habit of diving head first on slant looks only to be burned by "sluggo" (slant and go) routes. Doesn't play as fast as his forty time. Allowed 12 touchdowns over last three years and that number should have been higher (drops/overthrows). Can be turned around by clever routes. Average closing burst out of backpedal. DRAFT PROJECTION Round 5 SOURCES TELL US "He is fast and talented. I'm always partial to guys who make plays on the ball so I like him. I don't think he's tough enough to tackle so he is probably just a true nickel cornerback who you have to play outside so teams can't run it at him in the slot." -- NFC director of scouting NFL COMPARISON Patrick Robinson BOTTOM LINE Experienced cornerback who has cover experience against current and future NFL receivers. Sanchez is a feast or famine cover man whose instincts run him into interceptions but also into aggressive mistakes that can cost his own team. His lack of size will work against him on draft day, but his ball production will be heavily weighed by teams looking for coverage help from a third cornerback.
  9. Someone's gotta play saftey out of this group that's the only sense of this I can make
  10. Huh so we still went BPA lmao
  11. Exactly. This is also assuming we wouldn't have drafted a CB with Josh on the team, which is highly unlikely. Bradberry or Worley would still, most likely, be a Panther. Josh was a rental for the year. The what if scenario you posted is exactly that, a what-if to bolster your case. Josh isn't a Panther, and that's sad, but making it seem like you have an argument because you made scenario where we still have the best Corner in the league last year is obviously no contest against two rookie corners. The long term picture is completely ignored.
  12. Show Of Hands...Who Loved This Pick...?

    Eh. I was indifferent. Thought he'd be okay and kind of a guy who'd get a ton of ints but burned a lot.
  13. some people aren't draft lovers like us that's okay, but also don't take everything on a draft site at face value unless they normally have constant sources with scouts/gms
  14. This is true. No one is doubting this. But the DB that shined in the SB for them was an UDFA out of some small school, not Revis. But yes, losing Josh hurts, and he could be the piece we miss in getting to/winning a superbowl. That's because we're heavily a defensive team. Some people would kill for some of the DEs we've had, and after Peppers left no one thought we'd replace him easily. Turns out, the answer was on the roster with CJ, but we lucked up a bit there. One thing the Hurney/Fox era was good at was finding gems as pass rushers. And that's a value that continues with the Gettleman/Rivera era. Teams like the Jaguars, Chargers, Browns wish they could have pass rushers like us, although they all have had or have good to elite CBs in their past. There's a reason DEs are so much more valued than DBs. No one is doubting this (and anyone who's does is acting like a jilted Ex), but we are still a top Super Bowl contender and one of the elite teams in the NFC. We still have all of our leaders in our locker room. We still have all the pieces to our Dline and LB core. We still have one of the more complete teams in the NFL. We will be fine without Josh, even if we'll be worse without Josh. And this is why it pays to have an elite QB. Tom Brady can get away with having fuging Julian Edleman as his #1. When you have a QB who can elevate the play of those around him you can focus on other areas. This isn't a bad thing to have leeway.
  15. Gooby did you know you can want one thing to happen, and when it doesn't you can STILL be okay with how things turned out and not be a hypocrite. It's true.