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DaCityKats

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#3036284 Football Gameplan's 2015 NFL Midseason Mock Draft Video

Posted by DaCityKats on 21 October 2014 - 08:43 PM

if one of the top OTs is on the board, you have to take him. if a stud DB, CB or S prospect is there, you have to take him. this team does still need playmakers on the outside, especially one with deep speed. those guys could be found in the 2nd-mid rounds tho. guys like Sterling Shepard, Phillip Dorsett, Stefon Diggs, DGB, Rashad Greene, Dres Andersom, Sammie Coats and Antwan Goodley could be had in the 2nd round or later.




#3008670 "Wide receiver is not a problem" [Phrase should be banned]

Posted by DaCityKats on 10 October 2014 - 10:28 AM

I wanted ty Hilton when he came out... I hope we can get stefon diggs some where in the draft this ye5

 

Stefon Diggs- Maryland

Sterling Shepard- Oklahoma

Dres Anderson- Utah

Devin Smith- OSU

Rashad Greene- FSU

Dorial Green- Beckahm- Oklahoma

Phillip Dorsett- Da U

Sammie Coats- Auburn

Jamison Crowder- Duke

Antwan Goodley- Baylor

Deontay Greenberry- Houston

Devante Parker- Louisville




#3008649 "Wide receiver is not a problem" [Phrase should be banned]

Posted by DaCityKats on 10 October 2014 - 10:11 AM

what truly gets lost in this discussion is the great job Pep Hamilton is doing as the OC for the colts. he calls plays to better fit his players on the field, and put his guys in position to win. Pep understands in order for the colts offense to be successful, Luck has to throw the at least 40+ times a game. and Luck is taking full advantage of his weapons, and playing at a very high level right now. very QB will have some bad balls, thats apart of the game.

 

Pep is from Charlotte, and came from that same power running scheme that sets up the playaction/ vertical throws that Stanford runs. he was Luck's OC their for a year or 2, now he has been with Luck in the NFL for 2 years. not a QB coach, but an OC, someone who has shown the ability to call plays, and adjust in game situations. 

 

but this team does need to upgrade the offensive weapons some more, including the OL. a speed WR has to be added as well, but one can be found later in the draft around rounds 2-4. but OL has to be the focus this offseason. 




#2993421 Steve Smith Is ON WFNZ Having A Confessional, Won't Let the Story End

Posted by DaCityKats on 01 October 2014 - 07:33 PM

moving on from 89 was the correct decision to make, the execution on that is where everything got screwed up at(sounds like the last 2 sundays). it sounds to me that 89 is just hurt from how all this went down, and not actually being released. I'm not mad at him for dropping these dime, 




#2993410 Steve Smith Is ON WFNZ Having A Confessional, Won't Let the Story End

Posted by DaCityKats on 01 October 2014 - 07:29 PM

Bc we can't have 89 threads until he retires. He isn't a Panther presently

but he is talking about the panthers.




#2981007 89 thinks Cam is slow

Posted by DaCityKats on 28 September 2014 - 11:22 AM

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#2980430 2015 draft prospects watch thread

Posted by DaCityKats on 27 September 2014 - 07:55 PM

Ereck Flowers OT for da u is really impressive.ideal power running OT


#2979885 Why Can't Brandon Williams be our Larry Donnell?

Posted by DaCityKats on 27 September 2014 - 10:46 AM

I actually Heard donnel was very slow and not athletic. At least thats what fantasy said.

A TE Can be good without being extremly athletic. I guess fans think only athletic players can be good.

Donnell did not test as well as Williams, but has worked his butt off to be in the position he is in today. but he was given the chance to prove himself and took advantage of the opportunity. i think many are saying about Williams is he has yet to be given that chance on offense in a real game. the giants dress 3 TEs a game, and all 3 had receptions thursday night.




#2978690 Why Can't Brandon Williams be our Larry Donnell?

Posted by DaCityKats on 26 September 2014 - 07:19 AM

he does deserves more offensive reps. 




#2977498 2015 draft prospects watch thread

Posted by DaCityKats on 25 September 2014 - 10:23 AM

Stefon Diggs WR  MD

very good straight line speed, but doesn't have the wiggle you would expect. still worth watching this season, and he seems to be healed up from that leg fracture last year.




#2976854 2015 draft prospects watch thread

Posted by DaCityKats on 24 September 2014 - 07:33 PM

Greene is the perfect WR to go along with KB!

 

when i see him play, i see a tougher Desean Jackson.not a 4.3 guy, but a legit 4.4. i read scouts see him as a antonio brown type player, which is also really good.




#2975514 2013 - 2014 Wide Receiver Comparisons

Posted by DaCityKats on 23 September 2014 - 08:40 PM

next year OT class is deep, like WR was last year, and DL was the year before that.




#2965962 2015 draft prospects watch thread

Posted by DaCityKats on 20 September 2014 - 04:03 PM

I was just coming in here to say how much of a fan I am of Collins. Stud, he can play both safety spots and is on my early do want list.


#2956402 Harper 65 snaps, Godfrey 7

Posted by DaCityKats on 15 September 2014 - 09:32 PM

That TD pass megatron dropped was in harpers zone. He is still a liability in coverage.


#2936683 Godfrey not at fault in Bucs' first touchdown.

Posted by DaCityKats on 08 September 2014 - 11:13 AM

sounds like the panthers where in cover 2, and the CB has to funnel the WR inside so the safety can get over top the vertical routes. 

 

yeah he was in Godfrey zone, but White didn't help him out at all. plus, some cover 2s ask their CBs to keep getting depth if no one is attacking their zone, to help the safety out, in case their is more then one vertical route for him to cover. makes the pass harder for the QB to fit it in-between 2 guys.






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