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Dex's OMG no OT in the first 5 rounds mock draft.

22 March 2015 - 09:44 AM

EDIT: I HAVE SWAPPED JOHNSON AND SAMPLE TO APPEASE THE MASSES. IT MAKES MORE SENSE THE MORE I THINK ABOUT IT TOO.

 

 

Like some on here I'm too crazy about any of the OT talent in the first two rounds. I feel like there is more talent in other areas that should be taken advantage of early. I don't want Cam to die but I do want to surround him with weapons. Deal with it. I have us receiving one comp pick in the 5th round for Mike Mitchell.

 

Round 1

 

Devin Smith WR Ohio State

 

6'0" 196lbs 4.42 40 Time

 

What can I say? Is it maybe a little too early for him? Possibly on some people's draft boards. But I feel for our offense he's exactly what we need. A baller with great hands that can take the top off of defenses with his speed. He will need to work with Ricky on his concentration especially in traffic and getting YAC but he would be a great selection. Oh and DG sure does love his national champion wide receivers.

 

http://www.nfl.com/d...mith?id=2552459

 

 

Round 2

 

Duke Johnson RB Miami

 

5'9" 207lbs 4.54 40 Time

 

"Dammit Dex a running back really?" Yes really. As much as we all love Stew when he's healthy his cap hit next year airs on the side of ludicrous. Also as much as I would love for Fozzy to be the second coming we need to put as many playmakers on the offense as we can. 2nd round is good value for the Duke and he can come in and contribute day one. Duke is a one read cut RB with outstanding burst. If he finds a gap he is gone.

 

http://www.nfl.com/d...nson?id=2552461

 

 

Round 3

 

James Sample S Louisville

 

6'2" 209lbs 4.56 40 Time

 

Now I'm sure some of you are scratching your heads. "but Dex if we're going to take a Louisville safety in the third why not Holliman???" I'm glad you asked! Holliman is very overrated. I'm not saying he's going to be terrible but Sample is the superior athlete, ballhawk and tackler. "but Dex Sample is a 4/5 round pick right?" Another excellent point. A few months ago yes he was supposed to be a mid round pick. However now he is shooting up draft boards after evaluators were actually able to see some tape on the man. Sample is a destroyer of worlds who is not afraid to lay the wood. I can see him moving over the FS and being a terror for years.

 

http://www.nfl.com/c...mple?id=2552696

 

 

Round 4 (Trade)

 

Steve Nelson CB Oregon State

 

5'10" 197lbs 4.49 40 Time

 

Yep you guessed it. DG sees Nelson has slid out of the 3rd round. But he realizes he won't last to our pick. So he trades up for yet another CB. "Dex the cap is struggling we need as many draft picks as we can!" Believe me it's not like me to trade up but Nelson is a rare talent and would fill in a nickel allowing Bene to stay on the outside. Unfortunately this time a 7th won't good enough to jump up 20 spots and it will cost us our 5th. However Gman knows we have that 5th round comp pick waiting in the breeze. Nelson reminds me of a taller but just as tenacious Munnerlyn. He's not afraid to go up against guys much bigger than him and is a downhill tackler. A perfect fit for our scheme but will need some coaching to manage his composure.

 

http://www.nfl.com/d...lson?id=2552265

 

 

(mute that video) 

 

Round 5 (Comp Mike Mitchell)

 

Ray Drew DE Georgia

 

6'4" 284lbs 4.79 40 Time

 

DG sure does love his defensive lineman and Drew has been a monster for the Bulldogs. I feel like with some proper coaching he has starter potential. Needs to put on some more weight for his play style. (bull rusher) Can be used at DT and DE.

 

http://www.cbssports...877273/ray-drew

 

 

(Only highlight video available. Couple of missed tackles to start but takes over after that.)

 

Round 6

 

Shaq Mason OG/C Georgia Tech

 

6'1" 301lbs 4.97 40 Time

 

Bring on the Hahg Mahllies. Mason is a versatile interior lineman with a bad attitude that could fill in at OG or C. Good depth but could develop into something more.

 

http://www.nfl.com/d...ason?id=2552563

 

 

Round 7

 

Laurence Gibson OT Virginia Tech

 

6'6" 305lbs 5.04 40 Time

 

He came in for a visit and the Panthers seem to have an interest in him. Needs to work on his hands and technique while adding some strength. Solid depth.

 

http://www.nfl.com/c...bson?id=2552665

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1J4mmzSAaH8

 

(All I could really find for him)

 

I'm sure I'll be updating this in a few weeks but right now this is where I stand. Sorry for any errors or typos. Happy flaming. <3


Jameis Winston's football IQ compared to Peyton Manning's, report says.

21 February 2015 - 05:01 PM

http://www.sportingn...rback-wonderlic

 

Jameis Winston is making doubters doubt their own doubt. The Florida State quarterback has impressed scouts, coaches and media this weekend on and off the field at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis about as much as he could have.

Few — if any, at this point — knock the 21-year-old for his ability to play the position. Some scouts even consider Winston's football IQ to be as strong as that of Peyton Manning, perhaps the smartest NFL quarterback of all time, according to Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman.

 

 

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Resident Evil HD Remake

03 February 2015 - 11:22 AM

http://www.ign.com/g...ox-one-20022679

 

Came out a couple of weeks ago and is available for Xbone, PS4, PC and PS3. This was like one of the first games I played as a kid that absolutely scared the poo out of me. That and Silent Hill 1/2. The good old PS1 days. Anyway I was watching people play it on Twitch besides the still shitty camera angles it looks like I might be taking another run at it.

 

If you want to watch some people play it on Twitch here is the link.

 

http://www.twitch.tv...e/Resident Evil

 

Also who could forget this epic intro 17 years ago? LOL the acting.

 


Gameday Menu (Superbowl Edition)

01 February 2015 - 12:00 AM

fug this fuging Superbowl. But I have to go out with the woman and all her stupid fuging Pat's fan friends. I will be imbibing in copious amounts of alcohol and buffalo wings. I will be rooting for Bane and will just stare blankly at the television for a few hours.

 

Below I'll leave some Superbowl food porn to give you some ideas for tomorrow.

 

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Please post your food plans for tomorrow! DO NOT FORGET THE ALCOHOL!!!

 

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2015 Blizzard: Northeast Edition

26 January 2015 - 10:07 AM

Getting ready for power outages and grocery store riots. I wonder how much money this storm is going to cost us?

 

After a short night of restless sleep, it appears that forecasters are still predicting the end of the world in the Northeast this evening. If you haven't panicked yet, you have several hours to do so before it's too late. Hug your children. Hoard booze. This is not a drill. Here's what you need to know to make it through the storm.

The Storm

Today: Snow will likely fall lightly throughout the Northeast this morning, building in the afternoon to accumulations of one to three inches by early evening and wind gusts as high as 30 miles per hour.

Tonight: The heaviest snowfall and strongest wind will likely begin tonight, accumulating a foot or more of snow in New York City at a rate of two to three inches an hour, with accompanying winds of up to 40 miles per hour.

Tomorrow: Heavy snowfall could continue all the way through Tuesday, accumulating another foot of snow in New York City and north. By Tuesday the Northeast might be buried in record snowfalls—as much as three feet in Boston, two feet in New York, and a foot in Philadelphia.

Warnings

Blizzard warnings are in effect from the eastern coast of New Jersey through Maine, with all of the major cities (Newark, New York City, Hartford, Providence, Boston, Portland).

A blizzard occurs when sustained winds of 35 MPH or greater create blowing snow that drops visibility down to one-quarter of a mile or less, for three consecutive hours. A blizzard is essentially a sustained whiteout that can be disorienting and lethal if you're caught outside unprotected and unprepared.

There are so many warnings and advisories in effect that it would be impossible to list them all. You can see a map and a full, current list at weather.gov."

 

http://thevane.gawke...63738/ marchman