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  1. Would like to see Zack Cunningham or Cordrea Tankersley. Continue to build those playmakers on D
  2. Perfect fit for this D- missed tackles, missed assignments. Another project safety like Green. With so much better talent sitting there and so many more needs than a safety.
  3. Edited... Conley out, Foster in Also adjusted second round pick These things are such a shot in the dark, but here goes... Round 1 #15 a) Derek Barnett, OLB, Tennessee (guy gets the job done, would like to see a productive, strong, guy with pass rush skills other than bull rush (Werner) to fill our main pass rusher role.) b) Reuben Foster, ILB, Alabama c) Jarrad Davis, ILB, Florida (if we trade down, he would be a great pick up) Round 2 #46 a) Cordera Tankersley, CB, Clemson (tall productive corner, used to play man) b) Zach Cunningham, LB, Vanderbilt (smart, productive, knows his lanes, made the plays, which would be a welcome improvement over our recent past ILB’s) Round 3 #80 a) Derek Rivers, OLB, Youngstown State (lots of sacks, great athlete, moves fast. Reminds a little of Mathis, productive small school guy) b) Marlon Mack, RB, South Florida (this is one guy I would really like to see on our team. Watched several of his games in last couple of years. Guy can scoot and has those cut and go skills that we have missed out of our RB’s) Round 4 Pick #122 a) Juilen Davenport, OT, Bucknell (swing tackle, probably able to play all G & T positions in a pinch) b) John Johnson, S, Boston College (Can also play a little CB, not sold on Green as our future starting safety just yet.) Pick #137 a) Shaquill Griffin, CB, Central Florida (from my alma mater, don’t know if he is day one ready starter, but the guy can flat out play. Fast, man-to-man cover guy, doesn’t mind sticking his pads in there for tackles.) b) Jalen Reeves-Maybin, LB, Tennessee (know he is coming off injury, but love watching SEC football and just liked the way he plays. Always around the ball and can cover. A 4th rounder for what may be a starting ILB is a good risk to me) Pick #144 a) T.J. Logan, RB, North Carolina (would be a great complement to Gore, change of pace, third down back, plus good returner) b) Avery Gennesy, OT/G, TEXAS A&M (played T, scouts say he can play G as well) Round 5 #158 a) Xavier Woods, S, Louisiana Tech (lots of INT’s PBU’s on his stat sheet) b) Ben Gedeon, ILB, Michigan (big body for the middle, 2 down guy) Free Agents CB Cole Luke, Notre Dame S Casey DeAndrade, New Hampshire OL John Flynn, Montana State Quote
  4. These things are such a shot in the dark, but here goes... Round 1 #15 a) Garon Conley, CB, Ohio State (tall, fast, man-to-man cover corner to plug in opposite Davis.) b) Derek Barnett, OLB, Tennessee (guy gets the job done, would like to see a productive, strong, guy with pass rush skills other than bull rush (Werner) to fill our main pass rusher role.) c) Jarrad Davis, ILB, Florida (if we trade down, he would be a great pick up) Round 2 #46 a) Zach Cunningham, LB, Vanderbilt (smart, productive, knows his lanes, made the plays, which would be a welcome improvement over our recent past ILB’s) b) Tyus Bowser, OLB, Houston (not sure of his best position, but fast, mobile, can rush, can cover, would be a great third down guy until he develops. Ballard said he wanted fast, impact guys.) Round 3 #80 a) Derek Rivers, OLB, Youngstown State (lots of sacks, great athlete, moves fast. Reminds a little of Mathis, productive small school guy) b) Marlon Mack, RB, South Florida (this is one guy I would really like to see on our team. Watched several of his games in last couple of years. Guy can scoot and has those cut and go skills that we have missed out of our RB’s) Round 4 Pick #122 a) Juilen Davenport, OT, Bucknell (swing tackle, probably able to play all G & T positions in a pinch) b) John Johnson, S, Boston College (Can also play a little CB, not sold on Green as our future starting safety just yet.) Pick #137 a) Shaquill Griffin, CB, Central Florida (from my alma mater, don’t know if he is day one ready starter, but the guy can flat out play. Fast, man-to-man cover guy, doesn’t mind sticking his pads in there for tackles.) b) Jalen Reeves-Maybin, LB, Tennessee (know he is coming off injury, but love watching SEC football and just liked the way he plays. Always around the ball and can cover. A 4th rounder for what may be a starting ILB is a good risk to me) Pick #144 a) T.J. Logan, RB, North Carolina (would be a great complement to Gore, change of pace, third down back, plus good returner) b) Avery Gennesy, OT/G, TEXAS A&M (played T, scouts say he can play G as well) Round 5 #158 a) Xavier Woods, S, Louisiana Tech (lots of INT’s PBU’s on his stat sheet) b) Ben Gedeon, ILB, Michigan (big body for the middle, 2 down guy) Free Agents CB Cole Luke, Notre Dame S Casey DeAndrade, New Hampshire OL John Flynn, Montana State
  5. As far as Dorsett goes, now that we are a couple of years in, it doesn't matter anymore where he was drafted. In this league your silver spoon doesn't last long, there aren't any privileged positions in the league anymore past the hoopla of the draft. It's put up or shut up. Right now he is just another guy on the roster competing for playing time- and if he gets beat out for reps, then that is on him.
  6. Considering our roster of ILB's currently has Edwin Jackson, 2 yrs Antonio Morrison, 1 yr Deon King, 1 yr (?? who that is) Luke Rhodes, 1 yr We need a veteran signing or 2 (or even 3). Can't imagine starting the season with a rookie draft pick and this group. Would be awesome to land Minter or Brown and pair them with say Reuben Foster, we might finally have some spine in the second level of our defense.
  7. First round- anything on the defensive side of the ball. Not an area we couldn't use talent and there will be a lot of options at 15. LB- Foster, Reddick CB- Conley or Tre'davious White Edge- Barnett, McKinley DL- Jonathan Allen S- Hooker
  8. Somebody help me out here, but wasn't Guy on our roster a couple of years ago? As far as my wishes, I think it will be a lean year on big signings, but if I had a "you pick two" right now... Jonathan Hankins Datone Jones
  9. Fair, but really inconsistent. Want to see him grow and improve, but we are halfway through the year and you just don't see the growth yet. Really want to see him develop second half of this year- we need it and he needs it. Would be great to see us have that strong core of G/C/G all playing well and growing together. I know everyone says time, time, but NFL is short-term league. You need too much time to develop, someone else is coming along to take your spot. Will happen to Good if he doesn't have more to offer soon.
  10. wouldn't have been out on the field much yesterday as they were playing Geathers in the LB spot to help with extra coverage. Jackson wasn't even out on the field very much. Morrison, as much as I like how he runs around with intent, just can't cover a RB or TE right now. Don't know if that will ever change.
  11. I agree with @runthepost Vontae is the only CB we have that is really capable, especially when we were playing a lot of man today. Not throwing any stones at Robinson or Melvin, thought they did pretty well for most of the game, but Vontae is one of the few, if not the only, game changer type player that we have on D. His absence makes a difference in what we can do.
  12. No doubt we played better today, especially coming off that turd we laid last week against KC. Easy to exceed expectations when expectations are nearly nil. But we made some good plays in all 3 phases- returns, key interception, needed completions. Where we have fallen apart in other games at key moments, we made the plays necessary in order to win. Celebrate the improvement and hope we build off of this.
  13. Melvin is a 4 year vet, spent time with Bucs, Ravens and Pats. Like it better when we sign guys with a little bit of NFL experience. Agree though, he played pretty well today and so did Robinson. Would help them all if we could get some kind of real pass rush.
  14. Really think Todman's return to open the game really helped us. Much needed jolt of momentum and spotted us a 7 point lead. D played pretty well, and thankfully the O came through in the end, we could not have given them the ball back again. Good game today, makes Monday much happier!
  15. Would have never believed this at 4:25p after the way we have played. Nice job fellas. Wasn't pretty, but got the job done.... and can we please see more of Todman please

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