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Al davis=0-16


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 12, 2009 7:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

4EverA_Raider wrote:
Al davis=0-16 wrote:
DarthDavis wrote:
Drafting Tebow in the second would really light a fire under JaMarcus's rather large exterior Laughing Could you imagine how pissed he would be? On soooo many different levels.


That would be useless.

Our coaching staff is too dumb to find innovated ways to use Tebow. ( Plus I think Tebow will be a horrible NFL quarterback)


Me to he has the slowest release i have seen since leftwich


Let's over look that because he's a winner Rolling Eyes Laughing

I just have a gut feeling that Tebow won't succeed in the NFL as a quarterback. I hope he proves me wrong.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 12, 2009 7:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Al davis=0-16 wrote:
4EverA_Raider wrote:
Al davis=0-16 wrote:
DarthDavis wrote:
Drafting Tebow in the second would really light a fire under JaMarcus's rather large exterior Laughing Could you imagine how pissed he would be? On soooo many different levels.


That would be useless.

Our coaching staff is too dumb to find innovated ways to use Tebow. ( Plus I think Tebow will be a horrible NFL quarterback)


Me to he has the slowest release i have seen since leftwich


Let's over look that because he's a winner Rolling Eyes Laughing

I just have a gut feeling that Tebow won't succeed in the NFL as a quarterback. I hope he proves me wrong.


Ya Tebow is one of my favorite players.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 12, 2009 10:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

To take Cooper's spot at RG lets pick

Judging by his looks he fits right in to Oakland and he's a beast as well.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 12, 2009 10:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

RaisinBran wrote:
To take Cooper's spot at RG lets pick

Judging by his looks he fits right in to Oakland and he's a beast as well.



Oooh that would be nice. Henderson Gallery Morris Freak Okung/Williams not a bad line
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 11:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

4EverA_Raider wrote:
RaisinBran wrote:
To take Cooper's spot at RG lets pick

Judging by his looks he fits right in to Oakland and he's a beast as well.



Oooh that would be nice. Henderson Gallery Morris Freak Okung/Williams not a bad line


If I saw that guy coming at me I would s**t myself, in fact he is too scary, it is unfair.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 12:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

RaisinBran wrote:
To take Cooper's spot at RG lets pick

Judging by his looks he fits right in to Oakland and he's a beast as well.


Awesome, a player the Hot Topic shoppers can get behind. Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 3:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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RaisinBran wrote:
To take Cooper's spot at RG lets pick

Judging by his looks he fits right in to Oakland and he's a beast as well.


Awesome, a player the Hot Topic shoppers can get behind. Rolling Eyes

I don't get it... Eh?
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 4:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

RaisinBran wrote:
big_palooka wrote:
RaisinBran wrote:
To take Cooper's spot at RG lets pick

Judging by his looks he fits right in to Oakland and he's a beast as well.


Awesome, a player the Hot Topic shoppers can get behind. Rolling Eyes

I don't get it... Eh?


Holy Crap, I can see it now, Penelty number 70, offense ripping the head off the the opposing player, 15 yard penelty 3rd down. Shocked Twisted Evil
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 5:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ima_boss wrote:
Perrish Cox, Cornerback, Oklahoma State
Height: 6'1 | Weight: 190 | Proj 40: 4.45


Quote from cbssports.com:
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Read & React: Recognizes routes (and whether he's the primary read) by receiver's body language. Keeps his eye on swing pass in the flat in zone coverage. Reads receiver screens, avoids the block and closes to make the play near or behind the line. A step slow attacking the ball in his zone or to chase plays.

Man Coverage: Should flourish as a press cover corner at the next level. Smooth hip transition from backpedal to run down sideline. Best in press coverage, using his length and size to neutralize the receiver, but could be more consistent getting his hands on jersey at the line. Keeps contact with receiver downfield to prevent separation. Often forces quarterback to look in another direction. Will lose his balance and footing on double moves.

Zone Coverage: Smooth pedal for his height and usually stays low. Maintains cushion for a few steps. Changes direction easily with receiver. Makes contact with receiver to knock him off his route before letting him go to the safety. Keeps eyes in the backfield in zone to make play on short throws or runs.

Closing/Recovery: Good arm length to knock away passes after recovering. Must learn to read receivers' eyes and turn for the ball in man. Can accelerate to the ball when it's in front of him, but has only adequate recovery speed if beaten off the line or on double moves. Only average hands for the interception, and will drop very catchable passes.

Run Support: Willing in run support, displaying the toughness to get after a ball carrier. Maintains outside leverage to keep running backs from getting the corner. Despite his height and well-developed upper body and leg builds, does not get off downfield blocks from larger receivers very well. Uses his speed to run around blocks on receiver screens.

Tackling: Closes on receivers well when playing off, and will wrap the legs or waist to secure the tackle immediately after the catch. Has the strength to lift receivers off the ground and plant them if in position. Drops his head when tackling in the open field, however, missing if the receiver has any elusiveness.

Intangibles: No major character concerns. Starting to take on a leadership role in the secondary. Good work ethic in the weight room, although it does not always translate on the field. Has three children. Solid kick returner with NFL size and speed but must improve his vision to find open lanes. Needs work on his blocking when in tandem return formation.

NFL Comparison: Antoine Cason, San Diego


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDEyXfKr5gA&feature=player_profilepage


He's one of the guys on my big board.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 5:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

pHaT_dEsI wrote:
RaisinBran wrote:
big_palooka wrote:
RaisinBran wrote:
To take Cooper's spot at RG lets pick

Judging by his looks he fits right in to Oakland and he's a beast as well.


Awesome, a player the Hot Topic shoppers can get behind. Rolling Eyes

I don't get it... Eh?


Holy Crap, I can see it now, Penelty number 70, offense ripping the head off the the opposing player, 15 yard penelty 3rd down. Shocked Twisted Evil


But that IS a reason to get a penalty, not some pansy false start.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 6:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote



If this guy were 2 inches taller he would be a top 15 pick.
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Brandon Spikes. Big, physical, dominant MLB who is strong against the run and good in coverage.

By all accounts he is a real leader and is probably the closest thing in this draft to a Ray Lewis (not saying he is the next Ray Lewis, but just for comparison).

What's more, there seems to be some thinking out there that he might fall to the 2nd (like Rey did).
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 6:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Heart of Oak wrote:


Brandon Spikes. Big, physical, dominant MLB who is strong against the run and good in coverage.

By all accounts he is a real leader and is probably the closest thing in this draft to a Ray Lewis (not saying he is the next Ray Lewis, but just for comparison).

What's more, there seems to be some thinking out there that he might fall to the 2nd (like Rey did).


Love Spikes. He is what the defense needs. It's amazing the transformation of a defense with a presence at MLB. Look what Rey is doing in Cincy, Willis did for the 9ers, etc. A strong MLB is a huge must in this draft. Morrison simply is overmatched inside.
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Stefen Wisniewski.

Center / Guard for Penn State. Good pedigree and a great work ethic - see quote from Gerald Cadogan:

"I like to do a lot of extra stuff, after we run, after we lift," Cadogan said. "But Stefen does extra on top of extra. That's something that really sets him apart. ... He has that drive and desire to be great."
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Moving Kirk outside would be ideal.
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