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#16 jramsey4

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 04:44 PM

Hate to break it too you guys but looking at our roster the only position you could say were Loaded is at RB. You could make a argument for UT but that is on talent/potential alone not production.

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 05:18 PM

I know you said the rules didn't allow trades but I really hope the Panthers would trade down at this point and maybe pick up a 4th or more. All the talent/needs are gone at this point and I think Cam Thomas is a good pick but not someone that could make a difference. I would rather trade back in the second, pick up someone like Jacoby Ford, Lamar Houston, or even a corner like Brandon Ghee and get some more picks. This is gonna be an important draft and as much as I love the BPA approach we really aren't in a situation where that kind of mentality is going to work. This team needs to fill multiple holes including getting some playmakers at WR, adding some depth all over the defense, and shoring up the special teams (do you really think John Kasay will be kicking off in 2010?).

#18 DaCityKats

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 05:25 PM

cam thomas could be a force nt this team needs.he will get doubled teamed every play at 6'4 330.

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 05:30 PM

lol at the rams passing on Clausen and Bradford and taking McCoy

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 05:39 PM

lol at the rams passing on Clausen and Bradford and taking McCoy


Huh?

Clearly the logic is that Suh is the most dominant player in the draft and neither Bradford and Clausen are good enough for that top pick. The guy obviously felt the gap in talent was not 32 picks and thus addressed the QB with the second pick. Loooooads of people are suggesting this.

He did not choose McCoy over the other two, more he went for the best player #1 and then picked bpa at a position of need after that.

#21 DaCityKats

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 05:54 PM

if i were the rams i would take suh.i think the are just sending teams a smoke screen about bradford so they can trade to the number 1.you have to take the bpa if you have the number 1.

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 07:27 PM

This is a qb driven league and the rams have no qb. Sure Suh or McCoy would be bpa there but outside of those two qbs, no one in this draft haqs nfl starter potential. Colt is Kyle Orton at best and there are huge question marks around every other qb. Bradford is also a risky pick but I think Clausen is the most nfl ready qb in the draft and the guy Stl should pick. Stl already has a pretty good amount of money at defensive line and 0 offensive weapons outside SJax. Adding a qb can help them win a lot more games than adding a DT and that franchise needs to start winning games soon or risk losing more money and fans.

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 07:27 PM

Tate to the Colts?? Do the Colts really need any more receivers??

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 08:03 PM

Tate to the Colts?? Do the Colts really need any more receivers??


that poster is getting no end of poo for it.

#25 PanthersFanNY

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 08:46 PM

Marshall for James Jones and a 2nd rounder would be a great trade for us.

It makes sense too. They have the receiver depth and need the CB depth, we need WR help and the 2nd rounder makes it that much better.

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 08:52 PM

any explaination for pouncey for miami in the 2nd? when we need TE, WR, safety and OLB........and we just spent huge money on jake grove at center last year in FA and justin smiley in the FA and donald thomas in the draft???

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 09:49 PM

I don't want to start any big arguments, but just because we have a lot of guys at DT doesn't mean they're any good. Name me 2 QUALITY starters there and I would agree that we don't need to take a DT. At the very least you should say that there's lots of uncertainty at that position and hence drafting one wouldn't be a bad thing. At this point I'm fine with taking any position that's not a RB. BPA.

I think you guys get too caught up with the whole "there's still depth at WR in the 3rd" or whatever. Our scouts don't necessarily see eye to eye with Mel Kiper and just because they like a guy, it doesn't mean he'll be there next round. Just take the guy you thik will do the most for you. Getting too cute gets you lots of mediocre players in needed positions which end up doing nothing for you anyways.

Back to the actual pick, I would prefer Alualu or Shipley to Thomas, but I have no real beef with the pick.

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 08:34 AM

that poster is getting no end of poo for it.


yeah he needs to.

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 06:01 PM

loaded = deep.
sure, we dont have pro bowlers at lots of positions does that mean we draft those spots too? we have youth at DT as well.

bpa, i can handle, however.


warm bodies doesnt equal deep either. every year we load up with wr as camp fodder and keep 1 or 2 off that list. we already have camp fodder on this team at DT. the reason, imo, some is left is just in case we cant get a DT and have to hold them on to them for some depth. i would love to kick 1 or 2 to the curb for some more athletic interior linemen via FA or the draft. heck last year it wasnt like the DL was anything great until we got hollis thomas in there to clog the middle. imho hollis > leonard. if hollis was 30, he would and wasnt a health risk, he would still be on the team over every other DT we have.

cam thomas makes sense as the NT for the team to push the others and he showed up big in the senior bowl as a force. he is still a reach here imo, but looking at needs i get it, fiz was kinda backed into a corner and thomas was the bpa for us. i like daryl washington a little bit more as a security blanket if anderson is gone, or davis isnt 100% back. otherwise its over rated WRs, or an under-rated DT in thomas. the DEs left are 3-4 or tweeners.

sucky mock for the panthers, but bpa concidering what we need on the DL.

#30 pantherj

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Posted 13 March 2010 - 03:50 AM

I was looking at some different DTs for the upcoming draft and I came across this video of Terrence Cody. It cracked me up.




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