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  1. I have to differ with you on this one. In my opinion an unlucky pick is a pick that you really cant put on the QB. Example: QB throws a nice ball and it bounces off a receivers hands and in intercepted, a ball batted at the line that is intercepted. I'll agree there is no way to quantify those things, they are picks in the stat sheet but its impossible to tell with any certainty how those picks were generated and I also agree that every QB in the league is susceptible to those types of stats so it's probably just as even across the league.
  2. I don't think it can. Not until we get a legit big time pass rusher. We don't have one yet. It could be an improved pass rush but until we prove we can put consistent pressure on the passer no.
  3. Tells me a lot about what Ballard thinks of Green. I didn't like that pick and still don't.
  4. Im not going to disagree with the idea that Ballard is cleaning house. But I think he has upgraded at ILB, OLB. Don't underestimate what one really good Rush LB can do for a defense. If he is able to get a guy that can produce 12 sacks or a combination of guys who together put up 16-20 this defense becomes a heck of a lot better and we're probably back to 11 wins. But, in order take that next step and be ready to compete for the AFC title I agree there has to be a number of upgrades, CB, S, etc besides the stud Rush LB. I think we will significantly upgrade some positions from this draft or atleast have the chance to. I still think this draft can put us back into contention for the AFC south and more but all of it depends more on Luck's recovery.
  5. The main thing that killed Bill was when Tarik Glenn unexpectedly retired and he traded a future #1 pick to draft Tony Ugoh in the 2nd round and Ugoh never panned out. It was a killer. Granted, the talent on the line was beginning to thin by then but this was the lynch pin that gave way.
  6. Any labrum injury in a throwing athlete is cause for concern
  7. It all depends on what Moncrief would draw at the time. That and the kind of value that Ballard would place on having 3 top end receivers.
  8. No offense intended but just because he may want physical receivers doesn't have anything to do with Moncrief's future with team.
  9. I think its pretty far fetched to think that Moncrief's days are numbered. I think Ballard wants to increase the talent level at the position and it has nothing to do with Moncrief.
  10. How would you know what Ballard thinks? He may think that the sun rises in the west too
  11. The sun shines on a dog's * every once and a while.....
  12. Its pretty clear from what Ballard is doing in FA he did not like the roster and rightly so. Grigson ran the roster into the ground the last 3 years and now Ballard has to try to duct tape it back together without breaking the bank and I think he's doing a good job so far.
  13. Like it or not Melvin is going to be in the mix. We'll draft a player high at CB and the competition will be wide open to start camp. There is nothing saying that Melvin cannot improve on what I thought was a decent season from him last year. He got thrown into the fire and I thought he played pretty decent given the circumstances.
  14. I don't see Butler being asked to play LCB. He'll play slot and S and do real well there. I think we draft a new CB to replace the hole that has been there since Pagano arrived.
  15. He plays like Big Ben I agree. But Grigson's failed attempts at putting together an offensive was a huge failure and led to Luck being sacked at an unbelievable rate. So, Luck could get rid of it quicker and slide faster but Grigson had plenty of time and attempts at the plate to put an O line together an he whiffed, over and over and over again.

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