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jramsey4

Member Since 07 Dec 2008
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In Topic: Panthers select Oregon RB Kenjon Barner

27 April 2013 - 11:08 PM

Really you love the 5'8" 160 pound WR/RB who was infinitely better at CB than RB? That guy??


He would be a Harvin type weapon in the NFL. He'll make his living outta the slot not the backfield. Hes a playmaker. Would be a good pick on day 2 if he declares.

In Topic: Panthers select Oregon RB Kenjon Barner

27 April 2013 - 08:12 PM

Didn't they call him black mamba, at Oregon?



No thats Deanthony Thomas who I love for next year Btw.

In Topic: So who are you hoping Gettleman will be on the phone with shortly in the UDFA...

27 April 2013 - 07:23 PM

If they wanted a 6'7 TE they should have signed Fauria, not a 3rd stringer at Rice, the Lions just got a steal.

In Topic: Panthers select Oregon RB Kenjon Barner

27 April 2013 - 06:58 PM

I don't know if this video has been posted but sports science sure did make him look like a bad ass.


In Topic: So who are you hoping Gettleman will be on the phone with shortly in the UDFA...

27 April 2013 - 06:29 PM

Da'rick Rogers is definetly worth a udfa contract. I also cant believe Big Joe Fauria didnt get drafted. Here's my predraft scouting report on him.

Joseph Fauria TE UCLA

Meet a 6'7" 260 lbs TE with 33.75" arms and a 35.5" vertical. For those lacking in the math dept that is a catch radius of almost 12 and a half feet (holy s&!*) making him a receiver that even Cam would have a hard time overthrowing. He will climb the ladder to go get a ball too. Not to mention huge almost 11" hands ( I love big hands on receivers). Could be why he was a TD machine (12 this year) at UCLA. He is a matchup nightmare for the D in the redzone. Not a speed demon 4.71 40 at his pro day but more then makes up for it in catch radius. Would make a lot of sense for the Patriots to draft him in the third for insurance in case Gronk goes out again because there offense suffers without him so he might not even be there. Speaking of Gronk they are remarkably similar athletes (6'6" 260, 4.68 40, 34.25" arms, 33.5" vert, and 10.75" hands for Gronk) and even there best college years are similar (Gronks 672 yds 10 tds 14.3ypc to Faurias 637yds 12tds 13.8ypc). Gronk is the better athlete but Fauria is better in the red zone and has better hands. If he is there this is a no brainier for a team that is really lacking in the red zone and short yardage receiving department.

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