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KamTrus20


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 5:24 pm    Post subject: KT's End of Season Mock 5.0 Reply with quote

Well the season is over and we are picking Top 10 again. We are locked into the 6th pick no matter what happens with Arizona.

KamTrus20 Mock 1.0(Week 1)
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=498787

KamTrus20 Mock 2.0(Week 4)
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=500974

KamTrus Mock 3.0(Week 9)
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=503380

KamTrus20 Mock 4.0(Week 13)
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=506598

GM :: Joe Banner's Puppet
HC :: Kyle Shannahan
OC :: Matt Lafleur
DC :: Mike Singletary

Keep ::
Phil Dawson :: Automatic
Craig Robertson :: Cheap and expierenced
Emmanuel Stephens :: Cheap depth
Christian Yount :: No one wants to find new long snappers

Sign ::
Dashon Goldson FS - A legit FS who can cover and defend the run
Derek Cox CB - A big physical corner who can be a great #2
Captain Munnerlyn QB - A very good nickle to replace Skrine
Julian Edelman WR - Another possible weapon and depth.

Draft ::
Trade #68 to Dallas for #84 and #116

1-6. Dion Jordan DE Oregon 6'7 243
3-84. Travis Kelce TE Cincinnati 6'6 260
4-102. Trey Millard FB Oklahoma 6'2 256
4-116. Brian Winters OL Kent State 6'5 310
5. DeVonte Holloman LB South Carolina 6'2 241
6. Ryan Allen PT Louisiana Tech 6'2 215
7. Mike Catapano DE Princton 6'4 272
7. Terron Armstead OL Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6'5 320

Dion Jordan adds a pass rusher the offense has to account for on 3rd downs and will be developed to take over full time in year two.

Travis Kelce will challange Jordan Cameron for the starting role.

Trey Millard will be a great asset to getting Trent Richardson rolling.

Brian Winters will be moved to guard where he best fits in the NFL and add depth for his rookie season and challange for a starting gig next year.

DeVonte Holloman is an exceptional coverman for a linebacker yet still has size to defend the run. He could be a surprise starter.

Ryan Allen will give us a legit punter for the first time since 2010 Reggie Hodges.

Mike Catapano is a super sleeper who could develop.

Terron Armstead is athletic as all get out for a man his size and will be moved to guard for Kyle Shanahan's ZBS system.

QB Brandon Weeden/Thaddeus Lewis
RB Trent Richardson/Montario Hardesty
FB Trey Millard
WR Josh Gordon/Julian Edelman
WR Greg Little/Travis Benjamin
TE Ben Watson/Jordan Cameron
LT Joe Thomas
LG Jason Pinkston/Brian Winters
OC Alex Mack/John Greco
RG Shawn Lauvao/Terron Armstead
RT Mitchell Schwartz/Ryan Miller
LE Jabaal Sheard/Emmanuel Stephens
DT Phil Taylor/John Hughes
DT Ahtyba Rubin/Billy Winn
RE Frostee Rucker/Dion Jordan
WB James-Michael Johnson/DeVonte Holloman
MB D'Qwell Jackson/L.J. Fort
SB Chris Gocong/Craig Roberton
CB Joe Haden/Captain Munnerlyn
CB Derek Cox/Buster Skrine
FS DaShon Goldson/Usama Young
SS T.J. Ward/Tashaun Gipson
PK Phil Dawson
PT Ryan Allen
LS Christian Yount

If Weeden cannot win with a legit run game of Richardson and Millard or a athletic TE like Travis Kelce and a imrpoved Gordon/Little combo as well as the coaching of Kyle Shanahan then he simply cannot win in the NFL.

Next update :: Maybe after the underclassmen deadline.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 6:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like this a lot with one exception. The thought of Weeden at QB next year makes me sick.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 6:36 pm    Post subject: Re: KT's End of Season Mock 5.0 Reply with quote

KamTrus20 wrote:
Well the season is over and we are picking Top 10 again. We are locked into the 6th pick no matter what happens with Arizona.

KamTrus20 Mock 1.0(Week 1)
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=498787

KamTrus20 Mock 2.0(Week 4)
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=500974

KamTrus Mock 3.0(Week 9)
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=503380

KamTrus20 Mock 4.0(Week 13)
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=506598

GM :: Joe Banner's Puppet
HC :: Kyle Shannahan
OC :: Matt Lafleur
DC :: Mike Singletary

Keep ::
Phil Dawson :: Automatic
Craig Robertson :: Cheap and expierenced
Emmanuel Stephens :: Cheap depth
Christian Yount :: No one wants to find new long snappers

Sign ::
Dashon Goldson FS - A legit FS who can cover and defend the run
Derek Cox CB - A big physical corner who can be a great #2
Captain Munnerlyn QB - A very good nickle to replace Skrine
Julian Edelman WR - Another possible weapon and depth.

Draft ::
Trade #68 to Dallas for #84 and #116

1-6. Dion Jordan DE Oregon 6'7 243
3-84. Travis Kelce TE Cincinnati 6'6 260
4-102. Trey Millard FB Oklahoma 6'2 256
4-116. Brian Winters OL Kent State 6'5 310
5. DeVonte Holloman LB South Carolina 6'2 241
6. Ryan Allen PT Louisiana Tech 6'2 215
7. Mike Catapano DE Princton 6'4 272
7. Terron Armstead OL Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6'5 320

Dion Jordan adds a pass rusher the offense has to account for on 3rd downs and will be developed to take over full time in year two.

Travis Kelce will challange Jordan Cameron for the starting role.

Trey Millard will be a great asset to getting Trent Richardson rolling.

Brian Winters will be moved to guard where he best fits in the NFL and add depth for his rookie season and challange for a starting gig next year.

DeVonte Holloman is an exceptional coverman for a linebacker yet still has size to defend the run. He could be a surprise starter.

Ryan Allen will give us a legit punter for the first time since 2010 Reggie Hodges.

Mike Catapano is a super sleeper who could develop.

Terron Armstead is athletic as all get out for a man his size and will be moved to guard for Kyle Shanahan's ZBS system.

QB Brandon Weeden/Thaddeus Lewis
RB Trent Richardson/Montario Hardesty
FB Trey Millard
WR Josh Gordon/Julian Edelman
WR Greg Little/Travis Benjamin
TE Ben Watson/Jordan Cameron
LT Joe Thomas
LG Jason Pinkston/Brian Winters
OC Alex Mack/John Greco
RG Shawn Lauvao/Terron Armstead
RT Mitchell Schwartz/Ryan Miller
LE Jabaal Sheard/Emmanuel Stephens
DT Phil Taylor/John Hughes
DT Ahtyba Rubin/Billy Winn
RE Frostee Rucker/Dion Jordan
WB James-Michael Johnson/DeVonte Holloman
MB D'Qwell Jackson/L.J. Fort
SB Chris Gocong/Craig Roberton
CB Joe Haden/Captain Munnerlyn
CB Derek Cox/Buster Skrine
FS DaShon Goldson/Usama Young
SS T.J. Ward/Tashaun Gipson
PK Phil Dawson
PT Ryan Allen
LS Christian Yount

If Weeden cannot win with a legit run game of Richardson and Millard or a athletic TE like Travis Kelce and a imrpoved Gordon/Little combo as well as the coaching of Kyle Shanahan then he simply cannot win in the NFL.

Next update :: Maybe after the underclassmen deadline.


Typo's made me laugh Munnerlyn as a QB. What is a PT or is that OT?

On the Draft put in Moore Werner or Okafor in for Jordon and it would get an A+ from me.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 6:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

is hollowman the guy that plays that rover linebacker spot for South Carolina?
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 7:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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is hollowman the guy that plays that rover linebacker spot for South Carolina?


Yes
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 7:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

KamTrus20 wrote:
bulldog wrote:
is hollowman the guy that plays that rover linebacker spot for South Carolina?


Yes


he would be a good pick in the 5th round. Good tackler and good football IQ.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 7:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bulldog wrote:
KamTrus20 wrote:
bulldog wrote:
is hollowman the guy that plays that rover linebacker spot for South Carolina?


Yes


he would be a good pick in the 5th round. Good tackler and good football IQ.


http://www.gamecocksonline.com/allaccess/?media=341452

cool little video they have on the official site of the gamecocks
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 31, 2012 12:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I feel like if you pick top 10. The guy should start right away.
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TypicalBrowns10 wrote:
I feel like if you pick top 10. The guy should start right away.


Joe Haden didn't. Neither did CJ Spiller. Russell Okung didn't. Neither did Trent Williams. Gerald McCoy didn't.

That's half of the top 10 picks in 2010 that didn't start right away.

Your expectations don't mesh with reality.

Besides, players can still contribute while developing into a starter. Jason Pierre-Paul is a classic example.
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TypicalBrowns10 wrote:
I feel like if you pick top 10. The guy should start right away.


You do realize no unit rotates more often and as many players as the defensive line? I guarantee Dion Jordan would see the most snaps since this is a passing league. Frostee Rucker would start because he is a great run defender but Dion Jordn would play more. It sure worked out for Aldon Smith. We wouldn't be the first team nor the last team to let a Top 10 pick learn before giving him the full load.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 31, 2012 1:22 am    Post subject: Re: KT's End of Season Mock 5.0 Reply with quote

KamTrus20 wrote:
Sign ::
Dashon Goldson FS - A legit FS who can cover and defend the run
Derek Cox CB - A big physical corner who can be a great #2
Captain Munnerlyn QB - A very good nickle to replace Skrine
Julian Edelman WR - Another possible weapon and depth.

Draft ::
Trade #68 to Dallas for #84 and #116

1-6. Dion Jordan DE Oregon 6'7 243
3-84. Travis Kelce TE Cincinnati 6'6 260
4-102. Trey Millard FB Oklahoma 6'2 256
4-116. Brian Winters OL Kent State 6'5 310
5. DeVonte Holloman LB South Carolina 6'2 241
6. Ryan Allen PT Louisiana Tech 6'2 215
7. Mike Catapano DE Princton 6'4 272
7. Terron Armstead OL Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6'5 320

Dion Jordan adds a pass rusher the offense has to account for on 3rd downs and will be developed to take over full time in year two.

Travis Kelce will challange Jordan Cameron for the starting role.

Trey Millard will be a great asset to getting Trent Richardson rolling.

Brian Winters will be moved to guard where he best fits in the NFL and add depth for his rookie season and challange for a starting gig next year.

DeVonte Holloman is an exceptional coverman for a linebacker yet still has size to defend the run. He could be a surprise starter.

Ryan Allen will give us a legit punter for the first time since 2010 Reggie Hodges.

Mike Catapano is a super sleeper who could develop.

Terron Armstead is athletic as all get out for a man his size and will be moved to guard for Kyle Shanahan's ZBS system.


I like all the signings, but I don't see Edelman coming here. Or leaving New England, for that matter.

Love the Jordan pick. He's my #2 Browns prospect behind Moore, who will probably be gone before 6.

Kelce I'm not that jazzed about. I like that he's athletic and has a good football IQ as a former QB, but I'm wondering if he's still being overdrafted even at 84.

Millard could end up being the best FB in the league, but I'm still gunshy about drafting a FB in round 4. Seems too early, and I'm not so sure we don't already have a decent FB/H-Back on the roster already with Smelley.

Winters I am pretty high on. I think that's an excellent choice. Pretty solid athlete for a fat boy.

Holloman looks like a great pick as a coverage/nickel LB.

Thanks for turning me onto Catapano here. Did some research on him and he looks like one of those diamond in the rough types. Kroy Biermann-esque maybe.

Armstead would be a nice replacement for the stiff Ryan Miller.

Overall, I really like the mock other than the FB pick.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 31, 2012 2:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

KamTrus20 wrote:
TypicalBrowns10 wrote:
I feel like if you pick top 10. The guy should start right away.


You do realize no unit rotates more often and as many players as the defensive line? I guarantee Dion Jordan would see the most snaps since this is a passing league. Frostee Rucker would start because he is a great run defender but Dion Jordn would play more. It sure worked out for Aldon Smith. We wouldn't be the first team nor the last team to let a Top 10 pick learn before giving him the full load.

Sheard doesn't rotate.
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DawgSoldier wrote:
KamTrus20 wrote:
TypicalBrowns10 wrote:
I feel like if you pick top 10. The guy should start right away.


You do realize no unit rotates more often and as many players as the defensive line? I guarantee Dion Jordan would see the most snaps since this is a passing league. Frostee Rucker would start because he is a great run defender but Dion Jordn would play more. It sure worked out for Aldon Smith. We wouldn't be the first team nor the last team to let a Top 10 pick learn before giving him the full load.

Sheard doesn't rotate.


Yes he doesn't. Not much, but he does.

he takes about 10 plays off a game lol. Seriously. 10.
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DawgSoldier wrote:
KamTrus20 wrote:
TypicalBrowns10 wrote:
I feel like if you pick top 10. The guy should start right away.


You do realize no unit rotates more often and as many players as the defensive line? I guarantee Dion Jordan would see the most snaps since this is a passing league. Frostee Rucker would start because he is a great run defender but Dion Jordn would play more. It sure worked out for Aldon Smith. We wouldn't be the first team nor the last team to let a Top 10 pick learn before giving him the full load.

Sheard doesn't rotate.


Yeah he does. I swear sometimes you don't even watch games. You just look at results and talk. Sheard doesn't rotate as much as he did at the beginning of the season because we have had so many DE injuries.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 31, 2012 12:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I find laughable that most of your picks are stouter at the LoS than your DE pick you picked 1st.
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