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Meddle

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  1. Geno Smith is probably not the answer, so I would take Teddy or Johnny Football so fast it'd make your head spin. Never turn down a chance to get materially better at QB.
  2. I like the depth at the skill positions in the draft. I'd rather use the cash to fill S or OLB or G versus WR, RB or QB.
  3. As soon as the best player on the board is a QB, I want them taking a QB. Geno's footwork is a mess, though he has promise if it can be cleaned up. I am not willing to count on that. Personally, I would not sign any veterans. I want a depth chart full of young talent--all with a chance to be the solution. Solve the QB problem. Use overwhelming force and make sure you get it done.
  4. Big difference when it's a receiver. This kid can play. Hill was a huge projection and a project for sure. I would not give up on Hill just yet. Give him a second year in a decent offense. If he flops, then move on.
  5. Oh, and the OL is a solid place to spend as well.
  6. …. Or knows how to read an injury report.
  7. If they are going to spend, spending on the defense would seem like the way to go.
  8. I like McKinnon's upside better. Is Grice totally healthy? Didn't do anything at the combine.
  9. You actually see a similarity? This kid will be a very good back. Just watch.
  10. This kid was a triple option QB at Georgia Southern, but he's got a serious future as a tailback in the NFL. I'd love to see the Jets steal him with a 4th rounder. He'd be their best RB eventually, IMO. http://rotobahn.com/scouting-report-jerick-mckinnon-rb-georgia-southern/
  11. So you place no value on being able to dominate a beer bong? Always be competing.
  12. A big fat contract would be a huge mistake. I assume we'd sign him to a one-year deal. Who out there is looking to give a multi-year deal to Vick?
  13. Vick had some good moments with Mornhinweg's offense. I can see the upside, but I'd prefer to deal with the long term rather than clog the depth chart with older players like Vick. I don't want any of the available vets. Waste of roster space and money.
  14. Hey, Boyd in the 5th is not that bad. He's got some talent, but needs plenty of work.
  15. He'd be a decent bargain basement signing. He knows the offense like the back of his hand and he's a good 3rd down weapon. Must be cheap though and he'd be no lock to make the team.
  16. Vick gives you the lightning in a bottle factor. If that is what they want, then bringing him makes sense. Personally, I'd rather draft a few kids to compete with the kid we have. Make finding the long term solution at the position the top priority. Solve the longstanding QB problem and things can get better. I'm not a big Geno fan, but he's got enough talent to keep developing him, but they can't make the same mistake they made with Sanchez. They must continue to develop the position. No Brunells. No Garrards. No sage without talent.
  17. Very well, Max. I glad I found my way back over to this place.
  18. The position is changing. Traditional tight ends are tougher to value and have been risky propositions in the first, but if you are looking at players with Vernon Davis/Jimmy Graham skills, then using a first rounder makes sense. These are tight ends that can used anywhere in the formation.
  19. Uh, yeah, you missed a few big producers, like Vernon Davis, Dallas Clark, Jason Witten, Jimmy Graham and Antonio Gates. That's off the top of my head. The guy's point was, as I understood it, that when you get a really good player at TE or S, it's not a waste of a first rounder. I agree with that. The TE position is an evolving one if you haven't noticed.
  20. Amazing what folks will get worked up over.
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