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#1701543 My Take On The Dt's

Posted by DynastyRTR on 23 March 2012 - 10:51 PM

Great analysis. Should be very helpful

#1172921 hurney on espn top of the hour

Posted by DynastyRTR on 29 April 2011 - 10:07 AM

said that we are not likely to trade into the 2nd.

#1117098 2011 Mock Offseason & Draft ~ DRAFT!

Posted by DynastyRTR on 29 March 2011 - 08:32 PM

CTP=should be Bills GM.

Traded 2nd rd pick for Vince Young and a 3rd rd pick.
Signed Eric Weddle and Tyson Clabo

Drafted A.J. Green-1st, Joseph Barksdale-3rd, Christian Ballard-3rd, Andy Dalton-4th, Chris Carter-4th, Luke Stocker-5th, Josh Bynes-7th

#1105321 2011 Mock Offseason & Draft ~ DRAFT!

Posted by DynastyRTR on 22 March 2011 - 07:26 PM

Ryan Fitzpatrick is on the block..looking for a late 6th to early 7th

#1038651 Matt Maiocco has us taking Newton # 1 overall

Posted by DynastyRTR on 08 February 2011 - 07:06 PM

Newton, Fairley, Green, or Peterson is an upgrade at the QB, WR, DT, and CB position. any of them are welcome as far as im concerned

#893473 Shannon out at Miami

Posted by DynastyRTR on 27 November 2010 - 11:35 PM

My guess is Gus Malzahn, the OC for Auburn

#872329 Troy Smith, Vet QB for Next Season

Posted by DynastyRTR on 15 November 2010 - 10:01 AM

if he plays as well as he has this season, san fran will re-sign him. possibly long term

#872318 Trade Down???

Posted by DynastyRTR on 15 November 2010 - 09:50 AM

here is the draft value chart.


#820636 CTP's 2011 Mock Draft

Posted by DynastyRTR on 18 October 2010 - 04:06 PM

Panthers mock(including 1 compensation pick for peppers)

-Traded 2nd for Armanti Edwards.

-Hire Jim Harbaugh.
-trade DWill to Packers for 2nd round pick.
-trade Clausen to 49ers for 3rd and 4th round pick.
-sign Logan Mankins.
-sign Barry Cofield.
-Sign Kerry Collins.

1-Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
2(from GB)-Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame
3-Joseph Barksdale, OT, LSU
3(from SF)-Marvin Austin, DT, North Carolina
3(comp)-Jerrell Jernigan, WR, Troy
4-Brooks Reed, DE, Arizona
4(from SF)-Alex Linnenkohl, C, Oregon State
5-Alex Henry, K, Nebraska
6-DeMarcus Van Dyke, CB, Miami
7-Brandon Saine, RB, Ohio State

QB-Andrew Luck*/Kerry Collins/Tony Pike
RB-Jonathan Stewart/Mike Goodson/Brandon Saine*
FB-Tony Fiammetta
WR1-David Gettis/Brandon LaFell/Jerrell Jernigan*
WR2-Steve Smith/Armanti Edwards
TE-Kyle Rudolph*/Date Rosario/Gary Barnidge
LT-Jordan Gross/Joseph Barksdale*
LG-Travelle Wharton/Mackenzy Bernadeau
C-Ryan Kalil/Alex Linnenkohl*
RG-Logan Mankins/Geoff Schwartz
RT-Jeff Otah/Garry Williams

LE-Greg Hardy/Everette Brown/Brooks Reed*
UT-Derek Landri/Marvin Austin*
NT-Barry Cofield/Ed Johnson/Andre Nebblet
RE-Charles Johnson/Tyler Brayton
WLB-Jon Beason/Jordan Senn
MLB-Dan Connor/Jason Williams
SLB-James Anderson/Eric Norwood
CB1-Chris Gamble/Captain Munnerlyn/Robert McClain
CB2-Richard Marshall/DeMarcus Van Dyke*
FS-Sherrod Martin/
SS-Charles Godfrey/Jordan Pugh

K-Alex Henry*
P-Jason Baker

#663047 If Fox is gone after '10...who do you want?

Posted by DynastyRTR on 24 July 2010 - 12:27 PM

Gruden, Cowher, Alabama's Defensive Coordinator Kirby Smart(3-4 defense), or Jim Tressel(ohio state)

#656409 Free espn Fantasy football league

Posted by DynastyRTR on 19 July 2010 - 07:45 PM

Screw this draft, idk wtf is wrong with espn...it is doing the same thing to me jangler. I guess Ill just make one later on NFL.com...anyways, sorry for the problems.

#646944 Gettis gears up for a big rookie season

Posted by DynastyRTR on 09 July 2010 - 07:54 PM

The draft can be a nerve-racking experience for prospective pro players. It’s the weekend when they find out if their collegiate résumé is strong enough to merit an invite to the Big Leagues.

Some players spend the weekend clinging to their agent or watching the draft scroll at the bottom of their TV screen. David Gettis was not one of those players.

“One day, I went go-karting with my dad and my sister,” Gettis said of his weekend activities. “Another day, I played some video games with a couple of my friends from high school. I really didn’t watch the draft at all.”

Gettis is already leaning on the greatest Panther, wideout Steve Smith, as he makes his transition.

“Steve is being helpful as far as teaching us rookies techniques and different things like that,” Gettis said. “Also, all the position coaches have been great to us. They are coaching us to where we can come into training camp and we won’t be that far behind and won’t be that lost.”

Gettis noted that Strength and Conditioning Coach Jerry Simmons has been particularly helpful. Simmons has worked with Gettis throughout minicamps and OTAs. He’s also given Gettis plenty to work on between now and training camp.

“I’m catching a lot of balls and making sure my endurance is up,” Gettis said. “I’m also making sure I’m hydrated, because I heard horror stories about how hot it is in Spartanburg. So I’m making sure I’m hydrated and making sure I catch at least 200 balls a day. I’m running, too, so it’s a combination of all that and at the same time being relaxed and knowing it’s just football.”

The goal for Gettis is to carryover his collegiate success to the NFL. He comes off a senior season in which he ranked second on the Bears with 52 catches for 675 yards and three touchdowns. It capped a four-year career that saw him record 116 catches and 1,555 yards.

His college teammate, WR Ernest Smith, is also going pro this season after joining the San Diego Chargers as an undrafted free agent. Gettis gives credit to the Baylor program for sending two receivers to the NFL in the same season.

“The biggest thing at Baylor was just playing fast and playing every play like it is your last play,” Gettis said. “Our coaches graded us on how we performed on every single play. I think it helped me out a lot, especially at this level, because someone is always critiquing you. So it’s not that big of a jump for me.”

While the critics are many, so are the supporters. One such supporter is Jason Smith, the tackle from Baylor who was selected by the St. Louis Rams with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft.

“Before we even went to the NFL Combine [Smith] talked to me about what to expect,” Gettis said. “He told me just to let things happen and to make sure I do everything I can, at least with the things I have control over. He said if I did that I wouldn’t have anything to worry about.”

Smith was correct. Gettis performed well at the Combine and got drafted by a receiver-needy team. Now, Gettis will jockey with third-round picks Brandon LaFell and Armanti Edwards for a spot in a rotation that will also include veterans Smith and Dwayne Jarrett.

Let the worrying begin.


#645748 Rule 26-27-60 helps predict NFL quarterback success or failure

Posted by DynastyRTR on 08 July 2010 - 09:57 PM

Its worse than Jamarcus....

its better than McNabb, Garrard, Vince Young, The Golden Calf of Bristol, and Favre

#641779 Coaching Succession

Posted by DynastyRTR on 04 July 2010 - 11:41 AM

Jim Tressel, Ohio State's HC...or Kirby Smart, Alabama's defensive coordinator.

#641517 Suprise Players

Posted by DynastyRTR on 03 July 2010 - 06:06 PM

Corvey Irvin. he'll most likely be the #4 DT, behind Tyler, Leonard, and Johnson, so he will only be a rotational guy this season unless someone goes down with injury. he reminded me of Brentson Buckner when he played at UGA(2nd favorite college team), lets hope he is the next Buckner, if not better.

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