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#2778348 Day 3 Draft thread

Posted by Fox007 on 10 May 2014 - 04:04 PM

Jump off a bridge.  If a 6th round rookie is starting at tackle for us this year, we're in trouble.




Guess we're in trouble there boss man because most of our starting OL went undrafted.

#2778321 The value of a top GM......this man knows his football

Posted by Fox007 on 10 May 2014 - 04:01 PM

Good to see GMan build around Cam in a WR/OT heavy draft.....


He sure as fug better hope KB doesn't bust b/c if he does.....bye bye this poo is sad.

#2778297 Day 3 Draft thread

Posted by Fox007 on 10 May 2014 - 04:00 PM

You can't make this poo up


WR/OT Heavy draft and we get 1 WR no OT and a whole lot of ROFL

#2777076 Day 3 Draft thread

Posted by Fox007 on 10 May 2014 - 12:40 PM

Would rather have had Jared or Hurst maybe we get one of those in the 5th...here's hoping?

#2738861 Does arm length (OT) really matter?

Posted by Fox007 on 14 April 2014 - 09:54 AM

The analysis assumes that PFF grades ae objective and unfallible and that may be very untrue.  What if arm length does matter but PFF ratings are too subjective to be able to show the difference. Plus there are other factors like experience which can mitigate physical deficits. If you were actually trying to assess arm length in a controlled setting you would control for things like experience, strength of the overall line, number of times you are in pass protection versus run blocking etc. So really it tends to show that some players tend to overcome their physical limitations by using other skills.  But all things considered it makes sense that longer arms would be an asset just not the most important one.


I doubt any of the grades or analysis is very scientific...which is why it's best to go with 'can the guy play or not'.


Some of those current guys with short arms who are dominating may very well just be better players...like you said it'd be pretty tough to determine just what sort of an edge or advantage having long arms actually gives a player.(if any)


Even saying longer arms is an asset is just a theory one that makes sense like you say...one thing I've always thought about is that having longer arms could also slow them down on the way up and into the opponent. So the shorter arms have less to travel to reach full extension(depending on what you're doing)...I'd imagine if you are doing a drive block and you can whip your arms into position and get them up and in position quicker the length of your arm isn't the end all be all for that and could actually hinder you if it affects your hand speed.

#2738838 Paul Richardson Bandwagon now boarding....

Posted by Fox007 on 14 April 2014 - 09:30 AM

COMPARES TO: Emmanuel Sanders, Pittsburgh Steelers - Some will compare Richardson to Sanders' more established teammate Antonio Brown. Until Richardson (and Sanders) catch the ball with more consistency, however, each is likelier to earn more of a complementary role in the NFL despite natural playmaking ability.


Highlight reels are dangerously misleading.  RIchardson will not go before the third round IMO



He shouldn't go before the 3rd...no one should really be stating otherwise...he is just another WR with potential in this draft that seems to be a bottomless pit of WR talent.

#2737833 Steve Smith isn’t upset that he’s not a Panther

Posted by Fox007 on 12 April 2014 - 10:52 PM

you know he wishes he was still a panther...  



I wishes he was still a Panther too :(



Just..uhhh...not at the price he was going to be the next few years.

#2736645 Steve Wyche comments on NFLN this AM reg Dwill

Posted by Fox007 on 11 April 2014 - 05:28 PM

Just playing.  Not important,


Maybe you meant:




#2736374 D-Will in shock over loss of receiving corp

Posted by Fox007 on 11 April 2014 - 01:30 PM

it shows some bad playcalling that's for sure based on wher we had the best success running.



Yea well that tends to happen when you employ one of the worst OC's...uhhh...ever....


Shula is easily my biggest concern on the whole team.

#2736369 Steve Wyche comments on NFLN this AM reg Dwill

Posted by Fox007 on 11 April 2014 - 01:25 PM

You mean the players that traditionally lost more than they won under Marty Hurney?

Those players are missing the bad ol' days already, eh? And (in your opinion) are ready to take a poo in the locker room to get the bad ol' days back?

Well, considering the attitudes of their boot-licking fans, I'm not surprised.



it's getting damn funny and humorous now isn't it?  :dw:

#2736072 I'm glad this whiny bitch isn't a Panther...

Posted by Fox007 on 11 April 2014 - 09:48 AM

The OP needs to stop posing in the mirror with his wang between his legs.

Anybody that feels the need to bash the greatest Panther ever, is not a real fan IMO!



Actually that sentiment doesn't fit being a fan of a team at all.


You are implying that disregard for one player dictates a fan....which is of course totally incorrect especially since he no longer plays for the team and is active on another squad.


Hate to break it to you but Steve Smith isn't the greatest Panther to everyone so....yea there's that.

#2736069 Trade Up For MIKE EVANS?

Posted by Fox007 on 11 April 2014 - 09:44 AM

How are teams going to cover the Browns or Bucs if they get Watkins and Evans. Watkins and Gordon don't forget Cameron and Evans with VJax - explosive


Well, unless they first address their QB issue, I'd say they will cover them by looking at their QB in a mean way and have them poo themselves and throw picks?

#2735827 I'm glad this whiny bitch isn't a Panther...

Posted by Fox007 on 11 April 2014 - 01:11 AM

what i'm learning from this is that my favorite player of all time is an illiterate dick


Well he has always been that way he just so happened to be the best player our team has ever had so people loved him for it.


If Steve Smith played for the Saints his whole career (and everything stayed the same for him(production/fights/mouth/etc)) then he would be the most hated player maybe ever...


He only wasn't because he was our underdog little man with a chip on his shoulder.

#2735761 Trade Up For MIKE EVANS?

Posted by Fox007 on 11 April 2014 - 12:15 AM

No way Gman will draft two WRs in the 1st three rounds after what he've done in the offseason. Be smart. This isnt your typical fantasy mock draft where land both a Brandin Cooks and Jordan Matthews.



I would almost guarantee he will be getting a WR in the first 3 rounds maybe not 2 in the first 3 but certainly there are some later round guys like they (say 4th or 5th).


I bet we get 2 OL and 2 WR as 4 of the 7 picks.

#2735746 Trade Up For MIKE EVANS?

Posted by Fox007 on 11 April 2014 - 12:09 AM

Sure its a deep class of wr, but none of them is comparable to MIKE EVANS!


Yes actually they do...


He's not the next Calvin Johnson so just get rid of any of that thought as Johnson runs a 4.3 and has a 42" vert


Compare to Evans who has 4.5 and 37" vert...he is going to be good but he will have to make catches over people and won't be burning anyone like CJ can.


There will be a few  WRs at 28 that would be able to contribute enough to warrant NOT wasting picks on moving up to get this guy.  


If he was a freak athlete then maybe...but he's just a tall WR with great hands...his athletic ability isn't even all that great.


He Was 11th or worse in the drills at the combine and when you watch him...he is what he is...the big guy who catches passes over the top...he's not wowing you with impressive feats of athleticism. 


That said he would be a perfect fit for Cam who throws the ball way too damn high but not at the cost of moving up to get him. If there is any sort of universe or time or reality in which he is there at 28...then you have flash take the card to the podium for ya....

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