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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 6:47 pm    Post subject: Team BaconRoll's Reconstruction Tag Team Mock Reply with quote

I have to give a lot of props to baconrad3. We both put a lot of time into putting this together. I hope you all enjoy it.

Front Office Changes

President of Football Administration and Player Finance: Russ Ball



Hired from the Green Bay Packers where he worked as the Vice President of Football Administration and Player Finance. He has been in the NFL for 24 years. He is the new cap specialist for the Eagles. With Green Bay, he currently negotiates player contracts and is in charge of managing the salary cap. Coming to Philadelphia allows him to move up on the NFL corporate ladder.

General Manager and Director of Player Personnel: Nick Casserio



Hired from the New England Patriots where he worked as the Director of Player Personnel. He has had that job since 2008. Belichick has been grooming Casserio for years and together, they have assembled one of the most competitive teams in the NFL. They consistently have great drafts and find quality players to fit what they want to do specific to their schemes. Casserio takes the job for his first role as a GM.

Coaching Staff Changes

Head Coach: Chip Kelly



Hired from the University of Oregon where he was the head coach. It has been rumored for the last two years that Chip Kelly was looking to make a move to the NFL. He meets in the offseason with Belichick to talk about football and schemes. After Casserio takes over as GM, he uses his connection with Belichick to lure Chip Kelly to Philadelphia.

No one knows what Chip Kelly will do in terms of an offensive scheme. What we do know is that he is a very smart man who works extremely hard. I think it would be foolish to assume that he would run the same offensive scheme in Philadelphia that he ran in Oregon.

Offensive Coordinator and Wide Receivers Coach: Scott Frost



Hired from the University of Oregon where he was the Wide Receivers coach. He had the job since 2009. Frost and Kelly are reportedly very close. So close that they ran with the bulls together in Pamplona this past summer. With Chip Kelly calling the offensive plays, Frost's inexperience as an offensive coordinator has a minimal impact.

Casserio is onboard with someone as young as Frost being hired as offensive coordinator since when he was with the Patriots, they had two of the youngest coordinators in the league.

Running Backs Coach: Brian Westbrook



Chip Kelly is unable to convince his RB coach from Oregon to come with him. That RB coach has been at Oregon for more than 20 years. He looks to a former Philadelphia running back who had a lot of success. Brian Westbrook did for the Eagles what Kelly would like McCoy to do. Run the ball well but also catch the ball out of the backfield.

Offensive Line Coach: Jeff Stoutland



Hired from the University of Alabama where he was the Offensive Line coach. He has had the same position for two seasons. Alabama has had arguably the best offensive line in football the past two seasons. Stoutland gets the most of his players and decides to move on to the NFL when a good offer comes his way.

Defensive Coordinator and DB Coach: Kirby Smart



Hired from the University of Alabama where he was the Defensive Coordinator. He has had the same position since 2007. Kirby is one of the brightest young defensive minds. He is a very high energy guy. He can often be seen celebrating on the field with his players.

He has coached defensive units at Alabama which are among the greatest defensive units of all time. He comes to Philadelphia over the Auburn head coaching position because the Auburn head coaching position is a job he doesn't really want. Kirby wants the Georgia head coaching job and is willing to wait until that job opens up one day. Chip Kelly talks Kirby into joining him in Philadelphia.

He worked with the defensive backs under Saban while Saban coached at LSU. He coached safeties for the Miami Dolphins while Saban coached the Dolphins. He now works with linebackers in practice at Alabama. Kirby will help fix many of the positions of need on this defense.

Defensive Line Coach: Bo Davis



Hired from the University of Texas where he was the Defensive Tackles coach for one season. Prior to that, he worked as the Defensive Line coach at Alabama under Kirby Smart. He has long ties with Nick Saban. Davis knows what Kirby Smart expects out of his defensive line since they have worked together in the past. Takes the job since it is an obvious promotion and an opportunity to work with an old colleague.

Linebackers Coach: Sal Sunseri



Hired from the University of Tennessee where he was the Defensive Coordinator for one season. As a defensive coordinator, Sunseri was a disaster. Prior to that job, he was an assistant head coach and linebackers coach at Alabama. He is a great positional coach and has worked with Kirby Smart in the past. He is currently unemployed since Tennessee fired their coaches and welcomes an opportunity to work with Kirby Smart in the NFL.

Personnel Changes

Salary Cap Situation: -13.695 million

Players Cut/Not Re-Signed

Michael Vick (+17.9)
Demetress Bell (+9.6)
Dallas Reynolds (+0.480)
Jason Avant (+2.710)
Cullen Jenkins (+5.5)
Kurt Coleman (+0.640850)
Mike Patterson (+4.064)
Dion Lewis (+0.602)
Matt Tennant (+0.630)
Mike Gibson (+0.715)
Jason Williams (0.715)
David Sims (+0.480)
Brandon Hughes (0)
Derek Landri (0)
Darryl Tapp (0)



Players Re-Signed / Contracts Re-Structured

Salary Cap Situation: +30.34185 million

CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie: 5 years/$40 million (-8.0)

S Colt Anderson: 2 years/$1.5 million (-0.75)

LS Jon Dorenbos: 2 years/$1.2 million (-0.6)

LT King Dunlap: 2 years/$2.3 million (-1.15)

OLB Akeem Jordan: 2 years/$1.6 million (-0.8)

OLB Nnmadi Asomugha: Contract restructured to take a pay cut (+7.3)

Nnmadi is on track to make 15.3 million dollars. His play has dropped off with age. The front office approaches him and tells him that they will offer him 8 million for next season at the most or else he will be cut. Not wanting to move and wanting to be a veteran leader for this defense and for Chip Kelly, Nnmadi agrees.

OLB Jason Peters: Contract restructured to take a pay cut (+4.5)

Jason Peters is on track to make 10.75 million dollars. Due to the injury concerns, he understands why he must take a pay cut to 6.25 million dollars per year.

Free Agency/Trades

Salary Cap Situation: +30.84185 million

RT Andre Smith: 5 years/$30 million (-6.0)



Offensive line is a big issue for the Eagles. There are huge holes that need to be filled. The Andy Reid era was so successful initially since the team made a strong commitment to the offensive line. Chip Kelly knows that to have sustained success, you need a solid offensive line. The Eagles sign Andre Smith to come in and start at right tackle. He has redeemed himself after a slow start to his NFL career and would help stabilize this offensive line going forward since he is only 25 years old.

S Jairus Byrd: 5 years/$30 million (-6.0)



Jarius Byrd comes to Philadelphia to play for Chip Kelly. They both spent time at Oregon together. While Chip was the offensive coordinator, Byrd was on the team. Byrd is only 26 years old. He is an asset in pass coverage as a safety. One of the better young safeties in the league would help sure up the back end of Kirby Smart's defense.

DT Alan Branch: 3 years/$12 million (-4.0)



Versatile big body that has experience playing as a 4-3 DT, 3-4 NT, and 3-4 DE. Alan Branch would be a great player to add for any team transitioning from a 4-3 to a 3-4. Kirby Smart will use him at multiple positions along the defensive line. Branch will serve as a big body that will help stuff the run. Kirby Smart's defenses at Alabama have always had one mountain of a man on the defensive line (Cody, Williams). He is also relatively young as he is only 27 years old.

ILB Rolando McClain: 1 year/$2 million (-2.0)



Many people expect the Raiders to cut him after the season ends. He was just too immature in Oakland. However, when this guy was with Kirby Smart and Nick Saban in Alabama, he was one of the best college linebackers. He has the physical tools and has shown that he can succeed in Kirby's defense. Maybe the change of scenery and getting out of Oakland will be a kick in the rear that McClain needs.

WR Danario Alexander: 2 years/$3 million (-1.5)



Alexander is having a solid season in San Diego. In 6 games he has 467 yards and 3 touchdowns. With Avant on his way out, the Eagles need to add a new receiver. Danario is only 24 years old and 6'5", 217 pounds. He is a big target that will be a great weapon going forward for this team.

TE Delanie Walker: 3 years/$6 million (-2.0)



A very versatile player for the 49ers. Delanie Walker lined up at FB, TE, WR, RB, and RT for the 49ers last season. He can do it all. He is a great blocker who can also make plays in the passing game. His numbers aren't extremely impressive because he has been in Vernon Davis' shadow. However, Walker could come to Philadelphia and be a very valuable tool in Chip Kelly's offense. He is 28 years old.

The Philadelphia Eagles trade Jeremy Maclin and a 2014 4th round pick to the Seattle Seahawks for Matt Flynn. (+2.953) (-5.25)



There will be a QB battle in Philadelphia. With Jeremy Maclin on his way out anyways, the Eagles acquire a solid QB to compete with Foles. Flynn has looked impressive at times and has never truly been given an opportunity to start in the NFL.

Salary Cap Situation: +7.04485 million

NFL Draft



*The 3rd overall pick is traded to the New York Jets for the 10th overall pick, a 2nd round pick, a 4th round pick, and a 2014 2nd round pick.

**The 10th overall pick is traded to the Chicago Bears for the 22nd overall pick, a 2nd round pick, and a 5th round pick.


Round 1, Pick 22**: Jonathan Cooper G, UNC



The draft's second best guard only after Chane Warmack but not by much. Cooper can play. He is a finalist for the Outland Trophy. He is a very athletic guard that is only 22 years old. This guy is so much better than Danny Watkins and will be a key fixture on the offensive line for many years to come. This pick continues fixing up the offensive line for the Philadelphia Eagles.

Round 2, Pick 3: Chase Thomas DE/OLB, Stanford



Just look at those arms. They go on for days. Aren't they dreamy?

Besides that, Thomas is a big time playmaker. A physical player who will help change the culture of this defense back to what it used to be. He is the leader of a great defense at Stanford that has slowed down Oregon. They also contained UCLA twice. He is a good player against the run but he can also rush the passer. A perfect fit for Kirby Smart's defense.

Round 2, Pick 10*: Da'Rick Rogers WR, Tennessee Tech



6'3", 206 pounds. In his second year with Tennessee, he had 67 receptions for 1040 yards, and 9 TD. If not for getting kicked off the team and playing for Tennessee Tech, Rodgers would go much earlier in the draft. This is a steal. Rodgers will be an amazing weapon for this offense.

Round 2, Pick 22**: Jesse Williams NT, Alabama



This guy is a mountain of a human. Hard to push around. Perfect for Kirby Smart's defense in Alabama and he will be perfect for Kirby Smart's defense in the NFL. A huge run stuffer that just eats up space. He doesn't put up the flashy numbers but the guys gets the job done along the defensive line. Great value late in the 2nd round.

Round 3, Pick 3: Robert Lester S, Alabama



He is good in coverage and is solid in stopping the run. The safety positions in Kirby Smart's defense are so important. We would maximize Lester's potential by drafting him to play in the same system that he played in college. With the pick the Eagles finish addressing the need at both safety positions.

Round 4, Pick 3: Michael Buchanan DE, Illinois



Those arms. He would best be a 3-4 outside linebacker who can be used on pass rushing downs. This guy is a good speed rusher. Kirby Smart's defense at Alabama is so good mostly because of depth and because Alabama's defense has so many players that are great at what they do in specific situations. With Buchanan, Smart gets a situational player that can rush the passer.

Round 4, Pick 10*: Nico Johnson ILB, Alabama



A good run stopping linebacker but not the best against the pass. Like the previous draft pick, Johnson is a rotational player. He would most likely only come in on obvious run situations. He will be a great special teams player for this team. Kirby Smart knows Nico. He knows how to use him and what his strengths are. Like the other Alabama defenders drafted, he will be able to hit the ground running in a system that he is familiar with.

Round 5, Pick 3: Tyrann Mathieu S/PR, LSU



Good special teams play is built late in the draft. Late draft picks aren't meant to come in and start instantly on offense or defense. But they are expected to come in and contribute on special teams. Mathieu is a gamechanging punt returner. He could also continue on punt, kickoff, and kick returns.

On top of that, he could potentially one day contribute on defense as a safety or cornerback. One thing about Mathieu is that the ball seems to find its way to him. He can be beat in coverage but the biggest concern with Mathieu is whether or not he will be able to pass enough drug tests to make his career last in the NFL. Worth the risk with an early 5th round pick.

Round 5, Pick 22**: Braxston Cave C, Notre Dame



Solid player along Notre Dame's offensive line. With Kelce coming back from a major injury, there is a need to add a capable center. Although he struggles at times, Cave shows flashes of greatness.

Round 6, Pick 3: Quinton Patton WR, Louisiana Tech



You wouldn't believe the numbers this guy has put up this season. Against Texas A&M, he had 21 receptions for 233 yards and 4 touchdowns. He is 6'2", 195 pounds. He produces and that is what you want from a wide receiver. If this guy played in a big time conference, he would be a lock for a 1st round pick.

Depth Chart (53)

Offense (26)

QB - Matt Flynn / Nick Foles / Trent Edwards
HB - LeSean McCoy / Bryce Brown / Chris Polk
FB - Stanley Havili
WR1 - Da'Rick Rogers / Riley Cooper
WR2 - DeSean Jackson / Danario Alexander
WR3 - Damaris Johnson / Quinton Patton
TE - Brent Celek / Delanie Walker / Clay Harbor
LT - Jason Peters / King Dunlap
LG - Todd Herremans / Danny Watkins
C - Jason Kelce / Braxston Cave
RG - Evan Mathis / Jonathan Cooper
RT - Andre Smith / Dennis Kelly


Offensive Outlook:

We don't exactly know what Chip Kelly wants to do with his offense. One can hope that Chip Kelly will continue to run once he gets to the NFL. Over the past few weeks, we have seen what true offensive balance can do. Give the ball to McCoy and Brown frequently. With a healthy starting offensive line as well as capable backups, the running game should continue to be a strength.

The passing game should also improve from last season due to the solidified offensive line situation. Adding Delanie Walker gives Chip Kelly a toy to a big and strong toy to play with. We also added a few dynamic receivers in Rogers, Alexander, and Patton. Production from these players as well as a solid running game should allow us to use DeSean Jackson the way he was meant to be used.

With big bodies and a new tight end weapon, scoring in the red zone shouldn't be a problem going forward.

Defense (3-4) (24)

DE - Alan Branch / Vinny Curry
NT - Jesse Williams / Cedric Thornton
DE - Fletcher Cox / Michael Buchanon
OLB - Brandon Graham / Mychal Kendricks
ILB - Rolando McClain / Nico Johnson / Jamar Chaney
ILB - DeMeco Ryans / Casey Matthews
OLB - Chase Thomas / Trent Cole
CB - Nnamdi Asomugha / Curtis Marsh
FS - Jairus Byrd / Nate Allen
SS - Robert Lester / Colt Anderson
CB - Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie / Tyrann Mathieu
Nickel CB - Brandon Boykin


Defense (4-3) (24)

DE - Trent Cole / Vinny Curry
DT - Alan Branch / Jesse Williams
DT - Fletcher Cox / Cedric Thornton
DE - Brandon Graham / Michael Buchanon
SLB - Rolando McClain / Chase Thomas / Jamar Chaney
MLB - DeMeco Ryans / Nico Johnson
WLB - Mychal Kendricks / Casey Matthews
CB - Nnamdi Asomugha / Curtis Marsh
FS - Jairus Byrd / Nate Allen
SS - Robert Lester / Colt Anderson
CB - Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie / Tyrann Mathieu
Nickel CB - Brandon Boykin


Defensive Outlook:

Kirby Smart's defense has the potential to be great. There will be growing pains. That is why Kirby will use a mix of 4-3 and 3-4 until guys are ready. The addition of two new capable safeties means that this defense is already infinitely better. The hope is that adding better safeties will make our two starting corners look so much better.

Good riddance Wide-9. Hello normal defensive line play. We have a few huge run stuffers. We also have situational pass rushers. This defense should stay fresh throughout ball games since we have so many situational players. Just the way that Kirby Smart likes it.

Special Teams (3)

LS - Jon Dorenbos
K - Alex Henery
P - Mat McBriar
KR - Brandon Boykin / Tyrann Mathieu
PR - Tyrann Mathieu / Damaris Johsnon


Special Teams Outlook:

Not much change here except the addition of Mathieu. He is a gamechanger as a returner so the impact is potentially large. This is big because we most likely will never have to put DeSean Jackson back to return punts anymore.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 6:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If this were to happen, i'd be happy. Why not draft the entire Bama defense?! But this is a decent draft imo.
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Quinton Patton will be taken well before the 6th, or make everyone who passes on him regret it for the next decade.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 7:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not a fan of this at all. I like the Chip Kelly hiring and Jairus Byrd signing but that's really it. The coaching staff is virtually all guys with zero NFL experience and guys who have no reason to just pick up and leave their current gigs. Andre Smith has extremely well documented work ethic and weight problems, how would he react on a bad team once he got paid a big contract like that? And I hate those trades, I think you got horrible value for those picks and I think you need to get impact players, not a Ben Grubbs clone at guard (which is good but not the dominating talent we need). I also think you're waaaaaaaaay too low on Patton and Williams. Williams in particular appears to be on his way to being a top 15 pick. I also really dislike getting rid of Avant and Maclin.

I don't think this team is any better than the one we're currently fielding other than Byrd.
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Nice effort you guys. I'm ok with a few things, but not ok with a few others.

First off, I do not endorse the switch to a 3-4 with our current personnel. Ryans is rendered useless there, as evidenced by his play in HOU when they switched to that style. Ced Thornton at 3-4 NT and Curry at 3-4 DE are bad ideas. I would much rather go with the 4-3 look you proposed on the later depth chart.

No pay cut for Nnamdi?

Only 3 Alabama players drafted here? Wink

Matt Flynn? No thanks.

Mathieu is worth a risk in the 5th. Rogers is getting some love around here, so taking him with a high 2nd seems cool.

Byrd seems like a hot FA pick up around here. I'm cool with that.
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The Green Tide.

You have to be careful with hodge-podge coaching staffs.
That's how Reid got into trouble.
Smart's next job begins with an "H."

OK with cuts and re-signings.
Too many FA's as usual, but not insane.
The Flynn trade blows.

I generally like the players in the draft, except Mathieu.
Quinton Patton is a 2nd rounder. Swap out Jamal Miles. He'll be there in the 6th.

The 3/4, 4/3 hybrid defense is nuts.
You should just bring back Washburn and Buddy Ryan and run the wide-3-4-4-3-4-6-9.
Pick a D.
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The mock is a good idea in principal, but it is not at all realistic.

With all the free agent signings and the trade for Flynn you have the Eagles bursting through the cap.

Plus, that kind of offseason haul is largely unrealistic for a rebuilding team and is poor management - didn't we just go through a series of big money signings that basically blew up in our face.

This is a two year rebuild - you guys are trying to fix every problem in one offseason and it shows. It's not even feasible.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 7:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

PhiCelek87 wrote:
The mock is a good idea in principal, but it is not at all realistic.

With all the free agent signings and the trade for Flynn you have the Eagles bursting through the cap.

Plus, that kind of offseason haul is largely unrealistic for a rebuilding team and is poor management - didn't we just go through a series of big money signings that basically blew up in our face.

This is a two year rebuild - you guys are trying to fix every problem in one offseason and it shows. It's not even feasible.


Amen.

Also I gave it a "3" because I didn't know if "1" or "5" was the best.
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I'm blown away by this, a lot of good work!
When I have time I will read through it more carefully, but from skimming over it, this is certainly taking a big bite out of the cookie.

Whether this team would be able to chew it is uncertain, but that would be the case in any given situation.

I like Chip Kelly. I think he could be a solid coach at the pro level. That said, I also think he will need a solid staff who have ties to Kelly but have pro level experience.

I'm not sure how the DC from a college team would fare stepping into that role at the pro level.

Just my personal opinion, really good stuff here. Applause
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Not Bad. Theres some stuff I like and some that I dislike but all and all you guys did a pretty good. Looks like you put some serious effort into it.
Good Work Fellas Wink
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I like it. I honestly say we risk drafting the Honey Badger in Round 3 or 4. Is he a risk? Sure but our Safeties SUCKKKKK! This guy could be what Janoris Jenkins has been for STL. Character issues but a beast of a player. With vetrans surrounded around him he can be a Beast player for us.
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Sal Sunseri sucks so much, smart will be either the next coach at Bama or Georgia and has no reason to leave. Like some of the choices though.
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I don't like it because you have a former college coach with zero NFL ties, a bunch of free agents that are career losers that don't change the culture of the team, and a couple draft picks with drug problems. You hire a college head coach to try to teach a team full of losers and drug addicts how to win in the NFL? Not gone happen.
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I would pee in my pants if this happens
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I Like bacon, i Like rolls of bacon.

The mock draft seems a little too FA heavy.

Not A huge fan of predicting Trade downs, solid draft
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