Mr_486lo

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  1. I hear you, but the Falcons just did it
  2. Whether we draft him or not, we all know he's a good runningback. How great of a rb is unknown. He hasn't played a down in the NFL. Keep in mind too that its not about one particular player (unless its the QB) when playing the game, it's about how you use him and his talents. Ask yourself this "If the Colts drafted Cook in the 1st round, would you still be a fan? Or, would you beat a dead horse and jump ship?" He's a good player. If we draft him in the 1st, trade up to get him...whatever. I'll be ok with it. I love my Colts
  3. I understand that we don't want to sign players looking to break the bank but D. Poe and D. Hightower IMO deserves the money. I would fluff their pockets and look forward to the draft. I would also look to sign J. Sheard and J. Fluker at 1 or 2 yr deals.
  4. I never claim to be the smartest nor do i know what we are going to do in the draft. None of us do, but its fun talking about it. Here's my problem and this is my attempt to refrain from going off on you. I did not insult you nor your opinion(s) or intelligence. If you don't understand something, then say that instead of being an internet chump...I'm sorry. I'll just say bully. For those that can't read between the lines, let me make myself a tad bit clearer. Each player I named has a grade on them already, whether its a 2nd, 3rd or whatever. Taylor, Walker and Douglas have 3rd round grades with potential to move in the 2nd round. If we take Taylor then obviously Walker and Douglas would be gone by our next pick (because of their grade). With our next pick if either player are still available, you have the pick of the litter including the remaining players that have higher round grades. And etc...If you think they won't be there..ok. I'm hoping they will. I really hate it when a person insults another over a matter of opinion ON THE INTERNET like they're all tough and bad *. Have a debate socially, agree or disagree or agree to disagree. There's right ways to do it but insults Isn't one of them. You can keep those. I hope I cleared that up for you.
  5. We're gonna get their 4th round pick and they will get our 6th rounder...BOOM!!!!
  6. Every round that we draft in....ALL OF THESE PLAYERS WILL BE AVAILABLE. Late round was the wrong choice of words. A couple of the players may have a buzz, but lets be real here...its the combine. We truly don't know if Sutton isn't injury prone so i don't get his buzz. Taylor is a flat out beast and he's a 3rd rounder at the moment due to him being undersized. He's maybe a 2nd if his buzz is strong enough. I had no clue about Perkins being with Seattle now...that sucks. Rasul Douglas created a little buzz too. I really like these guys chances of being drafted by us at some point. The litter will be picked clean IMO
  7. Takk is not going in the 1st IMO. Due to his injury, I'll be a bit more comfortable taking him in the 2nd. The combine is just drills ppl. Don't buy in on everything you see. Good player though. We just need to get the 1st round pick right...plain and simple.
  8. Late round may have been a stretch but in each round, Allow me to retort....I think all will be available n the middle to 5th rounds. These players are not highly valued. The RBs and Walker may be gone but the others may be there IMO.
  9. Losing the toss, best players available may be gone...doesn't matter really in my opinion. I feel like there's talent to be had and that beast of a monster can still be built in this draft class and next years. Even if we draft a RB in the first. I'm just being an optimistic here. With big pick ups in free agency, what do you guys think of these players? I think all will be available at any pick we have (late rounds)? Steven Taylor LB/OLB - Houston David Perkins OLB - Illinois State Anthony Walker ILB - Northwestern Cameron Sutton CB - Tennessee Rasul Douglas CB - West Virginia Kareem Hunt RB - Toledo Jamal Williams RB - BYU
  10. Add a punter though. Gonna miss you Pat
  11. Couldn't have said it better. We're so quick to judge and throw stones that if the shoe was on the other foot, you too would be looking for a second chance. I hope he gets drafted. If its here, great. Some other team, cool too
  12. LOL. He'll prove yall wrong. He's a tough player with a high motor. Just injury riddled
  13. Henry Anderson. He played a lot of DT for us sometimes DE. Shed a few pounds and stay healthy he's a beast
  14. Poe Abouye Perry I'd go after Poe, matching him up with Parry and Ridgeway (danger). I'd move Anderson to the edge. Go after Abouye "lightly", he probably wants stupid money and I wouldn't do it based on 1 year. But I'd also be in talks with Trumaine Johnson. Sign Perry to a 3 to 4 yr deal at a reasonable number and Draft for the future (Defense that is). Trade back in the first round and take Solomon Thomas 1st round Takk Mckinley 2nd round (injury cause teams to pass) Tim Williams 2nd round (if he's still there due to the weed) Cameron Sutton 3rd round (physical and instinctive) Wayne Gallman 4th round (reminds me of L. Bell) The remaining picks get used on the offensive line. The compensatory picks are icing on the cake. That's spending wisely and getting your franchise back to what its known for "Superbowl Runs". ~MY OPINION~ but feel free to dissect or criticize. My skin thick
  15. Poe Abouye Perry I'd go after Poe, matching him up with Parry and Ridgeway (danger). I'd move Anderson to the edge. Go after Abouye "lightly", he probably wants stupid money and I wouldn't do it based on 1 year. But I'd also be in talks with Trumaine Johnson. Sign Perry to a 3 to 4 yr deal at a reasonable number and Draft for the future (Defense that is). Trade back in the first round and take Solomon Thomas 1st round Takk Mckinley 2nd round (injury cause teams to pass) Tim Williams 2nd round (if he's still there due to the weed) Cameron Sutton 3rd round (physical and instinctive) Wayne Gallman 4th round (reminds me of L. Bell) The remaining picks get used on the offensive line. The compensatory picks are icing on the cake. That's spending wisely and getting your franchise back to what its known for "Superbowl Runs". ~MY OPINION~ but feel free to dissect or criticize. My skin thick.

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