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apollo14000


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 23, 2013 2:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is Lott not leading the bench press this year?
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 23, 2013 2:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Is Lott not leading the bench press this year?


Nope I think I read somewhere that Keim wouldn't let him or something
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 23, 2013 2:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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apollo14000 wrote:
Is Lott not leading the bench press this year?


Nope I think I read somewhere that Keim wouldn't let him or something


Yea it was mentioned that they wanted Lott to be doing Cardinal things right now and not taking time out for the Combine to do the bench press.

There are still injuries happening so I'm interested in seeing if NFL people are happy or unsatisfied that Lott is no longer there.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 23, 2013 6:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Very impressed with Jordan & Moore (both came in around 250lbs)... I think it's guaranteed that Warmack, Joeckel, Jordan or Moore is available at #7. I'd be happy with any of them.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 23, 2013 9:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just some thoughts to kind of get some more discussion going in what I call a rough transition period on this particular forum Laughing

Arthur Brown came in at 6'0" 240lbs. That's outstanding for him. He was universally thought to be around 225-230. Hopefully it's good weight and he can still run with it. I usually don't put much stock in times but for him I will since I don't think he played with that much weight in college.

He's my #1 target in the 2nd round. He could easily go around 20-32 though.

Another guy I like as more of a TED is AJ Klein who came in at 6'1" 250lbs.

2 offensive guards I'm gonna have to find some tape on are Alvin Bailey and Hugh Thorton. I like that Bailey has extensive experience at both guard spots and switched often within the same game. Maybe a consistent position would make him better. Thorton had a ROUGH childhood just look up the story WOW. To get where he is now is very impressive.

I was really looking forward to seeing Travis Kelce but he tore a muscle. I haven't watched him play YET but by what I read he is one of the best blocking TEs in the draft and also put up huge numbers as a receiver last year. I'm not sure how severe it is but hopefully the injury heals quickly in time for his pro day or training camp.

I really like Nick Kasa as a developmental TE. The guy only recently converted to TE and didn't put up big numbers because he played on one of the worst teams in football. He's the biggest TE at the combine but also one of the most athletic. I'd be interested in him on the 3rd day.

Zac Stacy came in at a rock solid 5'8" 216lbs and put up 27 reps. I like those running backs in the mold of MJD who have a low center of gravity, can hide behind OL, and pack a surprising punch on contact.

Le'Veon Bell, another guy I like helped himself a lot today measuring in at 230lbs. That should only help him since the era of 240lbs + RB is fading away. Bell can run with both power and agility, can catch, and can block. He's a relatively poor man's Stephen Jackson.

I'll also be keeping an eye on RBs Mike Gillislee, George Winn, and some others.
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Looking at the QB interest.

NFC QB, Not in the West, Not Ponder, Note Freeman. Would slide into an Arians led offense.

There are three names that jump out to me that would fit that kind of a mold;

1 = Jason Campbell - Bears
2 = Dan Orlovsky - Tampa Bay
3 = Derek Anderson - Carolina

Now none of those names are guys who you would want to running your team. Other names to consider would be a Kirk Cousins from Washington or maybe even a guy who is flying well under the radar a BJ Coleman type from Green Bay.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

khodder wrote:
Looking at the QB interest.

NFC QB, Not in the West, Not Ponder, Note Freeman. Would slide into an Arians led offense.

There are three names that jump out to me that would fit that kind of a mold;

1 = Jason Campbell - Bears
2 = Dan Orlovsky - Tampa Bay
3 = Derek Anderson - Carolina

Now none of those names are guys who you would want to running your team. Other names to consider would be a Kirk Cousins from Washington or maybe even a guy who is flying well under the radar a BJ Coleman type from Green Bay.


eh stchamp also said it was a "wild one" and all those are just very blah. On second thought getting David Anderson back would be the most surprising thing I've ever witnessed as a Cardinals fan lol
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

apollo14000 wrote:
khodder wrote:
Looking at the QB interest.

NFC QB, Not in the West, Not Ponder, Note Freeman. Would slide into an Arians led offense.

There are three names that jump out to me that would fit that kind of a mold;

1 = Jason Campbell - Bears
2 = Dan Orlovsky - Tampa Bay
3 = Derek Anderson - Carolina

Now none of those names are guys who you would want to running your team. Other names to consider would be a Kirk Cousins from Washington or maybe even a guy who is flying well under the radar a BJ Coleman type from Green Bay.


eh stchamp also said it was a "wild one" and all those are just very blah. On second thought getting David Anderson back would be the most surprising thing I've ever witnessed as a Cardinals fan lol


Wild does not mean "Big Name" would it not be wild to see us trade a pick to Chicago for a career backup in Jason Campbell, would it not be wild to see us trade a pick to Green Bay for BJ Coleman when we drafted Ryan Lindley ahead of him last season?
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

khodder wrote:
apollo14000 wrote:
khodder wrote:
Looking at the QB interest.

NFC QB, Not in the West, Not Ponder, Note Freeman. Would slide into an Arians led offense.

There are three names that jump out to me that would fit that kind of a mold;

1 = Jason Campbell - Bears
2 = Dan Orlovsky - Tampa Bay
3 = Derek Anderson - Carolina

Now none of those names are guys who you would want to running your team. Other names to consider would be a Kirk Cousins from Washington or maybe even a guy who is flying well under the radar a BJ Coleman type from Green Bay.


eh stchamp also said it was a "wild one" and all those are just very blah. On second thought getting David Anderson back would be the most surprising thing I've ever witnessed as a Cardinals fan lol


Wild does not mean "Big Name" would it not be wild to see us trade a pick to Chicago for a career backup in Jason Campbell, would it not be wild to see us trade a pick to Green Bay for BJ Coleman when we drafted Ryan Lindley ahead of him last season?


No that's not what I would consider wild at all actually but that's just one man's opinion.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 12:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

apollo14000 wrote:
khodder wrote:
apollo14000 wrote:
khodder wrote:
Looking at the QB interest.

NFC QB, Not in the West, Not Ponder, Note Freeman. Would slide into an Arians led offense.

There are three names that jump out to me that would fit that kind of a mold;

1 = Jason Campbell - Bears
2 = Dan Orlovsky - Tampa Bay
3 = Derek Anderson - Carolina

Now none of those names are guys who you would want to running your team. Other names to consider would be a Kirk Cousins from Washington or maybe even a guy who is flying well under the radar a BJ Coleman type from Green Bay.


eh stchamp also said it was a "wild one" and all those are just very blah. On second thought getting David Anderson back would be the most surprising thing I've ever witnessed as a Cardinals fan lol


Wild does not mean "Big Name" would it not be wild to see us trade a pick to Chicago for a career backup in Jason Campbell, would it not be wild to see us trade a pick to Green Bay for BJ Coleman when we drafted Ryan Lindley ahead of him last season?


No that's not what I would consider wild at all actually but that's just one man's opinion.


When I think WILD in the NFC(not west). I would think Newton. But we all know thats not possible lol.

Only other one I think it would be is Cousins.
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AZCardinalsFan wrote:
apollo14000 wrote:
khodder wrote:
apollo14000 wrote:
khodder wrote:
Looking at the QB interest.

NFC QB, Not in the West, Not Ponder, Note Freeman. Would slide into an Arians led offense.

There are three names that jump out to me that would fit that kind of a mold;

1 = Jason Campbell - Bears
2 = Dan Orlovsky - Tampa Bay
3 = Derek Anderson - Carolina

Now none of those names are guys who you would want to running your team. Other names to consider would be a Kirk Cousins from Washington or maybe even a guy who is flying well under the radar a BJ Coleman type from Green Bay.


eh stchamp also said it was a "wild one" and all those are just very blah. On second thought getting David Anderson back would be the most surprising thing I've ever witnessed as a Cardinals fan lol


Wild does not mean "Big Name" would it not be wild to see us trade a pick to Chicago for a career backup in Jason Campbell, would it not be wild to see us trade a pick to Green Bay for BJ Coleman when we drafted Ryan Lindley ahead of him last season?


No that's not what I would consider wild at all actually but that's just one man's opinion.


When I think WILD in the NFC(not west). I would think Newton. But we all know thats not possible lol.

Only other one I think it would be is Cousins.


Cousins makes sense but not for anything less than a 2nd round pick from Washington's perspective. RGIII is a health risk so they need a good backup. However, they also don't have a 1st round pick so getting another high pick to build up the team and drafting another QB later makes sense. And I'm not willing to give up that much for Cousins. But he does have those intangibles that Arians admires a lot.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 12:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Honestly I was really hoping it was Freeman. Talk about a match made in heaven.
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Cousins doesn't fit the Arians mold IMO. Not very big and has a decent arm at best... Regarding Freeman the compensation makes or breaks the deal. He'll need a contract too cause this is the last year of his deal... #7 is off limits.
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DirtyDez wrote:
Cousins doesn't fit the Arians mold IMO. Not very big and has a decent arm at best... Regarding Freeman the compensation makes or breaks the deal. He'll need a contract too cause this is the last year of his deal... #7 is off limits.


I agree Cousins doesn't. We'll just have to wait and see who it is from the world's biggest fan of building up suspense.
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love2theOLINE wrote:
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Whats champs twitter??

I would wish we knew Neutral



champ if you're reading this. come back!


Agreed 1000% on the little writing Crying or Very sad

I still say we all try to get him to come back this place sucks now that he is gone
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