Green Bay has the first pick of the second round. I think Cook is probably gone there. RB is a big need for them and he certainly fits. They could go Lb but RB is too much of an issue. I doubt we can trade up and get Cook. Although I do think we go RB in the top 4 rounds I think someone like Kamara may be someone we look hard at in the second.
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Kendall Wright in the same boat - how good would they be with a decent QB throwing them the ball.
Wright has had Marcus Mariota throwing to him, who is more talented physically than any Qb currently on our roster. Mariota in this offense would be special. Wright in this offense could also be special. He is the WR we should target.
I agree. Adams delivers better now, but I question if he can make every throw an offensive coordinator would ask of their Qb. Like we said Sudfeld passes the eye test. Big kid. Strong arm. Looks like an NFL QB. But watching him on the field is another story. Misses passes and lacks a feel for the pocket and reading defenses. Pocket presence is in my opinion a instinctive trait. Less likely to be taught. Reading defenses and improving accuracy with better mechanics can be taught. Adams if he signed with us would face an up hill battle against a drafted QB. Not impossible, but difficult.
Jeff Garcia needs to be added to the list. But the point is well taken. UDFA QBs are rarely successful. Halliday has me a little excited since he was injured and that definitely influenced his ability to be drafted. We will see.
He threatened to not sign his rookie contract if taken on day 3, which would automatically make him eligible to go back into next years draft.
Now he's undrafted he's got no choice but to sign a udfa contract or retire from football.
That said it'd be along shot Collins signing here.
didn't realize that and if so... pretty cheesy.
He was a young man who had his golden ticket/big day ruined by what may end up being over something he had nothing to do with. Even with that he and his agent was trying to make the best out of the situation. I would give him a break.
Why do people trust ESPN and online scouts more than NF l scouts?
I Think a better way to say it is why do people trust ESPN and online scouts over some NFL scouts? I would trust the SF,Seattle,and Giants scouts, who have shown a trend of being successful over say scouting departments at Cleveland and Washington who have not been especially successful.
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Well my guess is the best way for these athletes to handle situations like this would be to have some type of insurance on them before they start working out with the teams. A good agent should suggest this before they start representing the player. That way if they get injuried they are covered. Also I would expect the team to have some type of liability insurance to cover such things as well.
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I'm not saying he will be great but I would be shocked if he is considered "camp fodder" by these coaches. He had a pretty good college career and I certainly wouldn't hold his Cleveland years against him. ( Quick name the last great Clev. QB? Brian Sipe? Kosar? Testiverdi? Not much to pick from there. I think McCoy has a better chance than people give him credit for. He won't up end Griffin3. But I can see him being a number 2 here. Maybe someone is kicking the tires on a Cousin's trade?
Well when it comes to the contracts and salary cap there isn't many better than PC. I like it over all. My only concern if you have actually watched Jackson play is that he seems to be a non factor for a lot of the time then "Bam" long play. He isn't a chain mover long drive type of wide out. It isn't a critique just an observation. I know his stats are good and he is an all pro. I think how he affects the defense will be amazing though. Morris and Griffin if he chooses to should have more room to run.
I agree....but no one here thinks a better offensive line would make RG3 feel better in the pocket? Last year he could compensate for the pass rush himself with his legs. Teams admitted that many times. Now without the fear of him running out of the pocket defenses can adjust and tee off against him.
I know , I know . It's an excuse. And excuses are viewed as lame in the sports world. Tee it up and play. Beat the other guy and win. BLAH BLAH BLAH. But being forced, unjustified I might add, to have the lowest salary cap in the NFL world is showing it's ugly head. Sure we kept most of our key players but where the 18 million really hurts is in areas we are suffering the most. Don't you think , just a little of that money could have gone to improving the offensive line? With RG3 limited by injury and probably a year away from being well RG3 again an offensive line that could protect like a brick wall would have been nice. And without the cap penalty it could have happened. Secondary help? Yelp we could have added a nice veteran while our rookies learned the position. And special teams could have been made more special without the penalty.
I think 18 million hurts us more than we as fans and certainly more than the announcers are willing to admit. Call it the curse or Mera. BUT....the Giants being 0-6 is a nice way for karma to smile on us. It doesn't take away the pain but does put a smirk on a diehard Redskins' fan.