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Baschski

Member Since 04 Jan 2009
Offline Last Active Aug 17 2011 08:54 PM
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#1035489 way to take Thomas Davis over Aaron Rodgers

Posted by Baschski on 06 February 2011 - 11:42 PM

But if Rodgers was on our team we wouldn't have that sweet highlight of Peppers laying his ass out.


#1019745 One thing i think A.J. Green fans don't realize

Posted by Baschski on 27 January 2011 - 11:25 PM

lol Cofield can play nose tackle and is an anchor for the Giants front four (why the hell wouldn't you want a piece of that more than somebody who dominated for only one year in college and only plays one technique), which we'd need much more than a UT. What i mean is I'd rather have Cofield/Landri starting at DT than Fairley/Ed Johnson

first of all our receivers weren't that good last year, second of all AJ Green is a rare talent at WR and the best prospect since Calvin Johnson, third of all Nick Fairleys show up in the draft almost every single year


I don't agree at all with your claim that we need a NT more than a UT, but what's stopping us from signing Cofield and drafting Fairley? You offered two different starting groups of DT's as if those are our only two options. Also, why is it relevant that Fairley "only plays one technique?" We only need him to play one.

In regards to the WR's...I'm going to assume that you're not being serious in actually passing judgment on our WR's based on the hilariously abysmal offensive system they played in and the farce of a QB they had throwing them the ball.


#1019560 AJ Green or Nick Fairley

Posted by Baschski on 27 January 2011 - 09:05 PM

Gimme a break. That's hardly the rationale people are giving.


A very small portion of the 123 who voted for AJ Green are actually in here having discussion about why they want to draft him. Your average football fan is much more likely to favor a WR than a DT.


#997628 AJ Green or Nick Fairley

Posted by Baschski on 16 January 2011 - 08:37 PM

It's hard for people to understand that... Two number one WR'S a top notch TE and two excellent rb's to help an average qb get the job done. You have to surround the qb with multiple weapons to be successful.


Don't forget a great Offensive Coordinator.


#990830 AJ Green or Nick Fairley

Posted by Baschski on 13 January 2011 - 08:33 PM

AJ Green can't score touch downs on his own. He needs good QB play for that to happen. Fairley can have an immediate impact and can elevate the play of everyone around him.


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