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DawgSoldier


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:16 pm    Post subject: DS's 4.1 Mock. All Senior picks. Lots of NEW names too. Reply with quote

Cle Free Agents

Sheldon Brown CB RETIRES
Josh Cribbs WR bub bye
Mohamed Massaquoi WR Resign for 3 years
Phil Dawson K Resign for 3 years
Reggie Hodges P bub bye
Brandon Jackson RB bub bye
Kaluka Maiava LB resign for cheap 2 years
Scott Fujita LB RETIRES
Alex Smith TE/FB resign for cheap 2 years
Ben Watson TE resign for cheap for 2 years
Rey Ventrone S bub bye
Marcus Benard DE bub bye

Restricted Free Agents

Thad Lewis QB resign for cheap/or tender
Jordan Norwood WR bub bye
Chris Ogbonnaya RB resign for cheap/or tender
Craig Robertson LB resign for cheap/or tender
Emmanuel Stephens DE resign for cheap/or tender
Christian Young LS resign for cheap/or tender

Free Agency

Geoff Schwartz #76 T/G Minnesota Vikings
Height: 6-6 Weight: 340 Age: 26
Born: 7/11/1986 Los Angeles , CA
College: Oregon
Experience: 4th season
DS Comment: The Browns get a road grading guard and a back up right tackle in the form of Mitchel Schwartz's "BIG" brother.


Jairus Byrd #31 FS Buffalo Bills
Height: 5-10 Weight: 203 Age: 26
Born: 10/7/1986 San Diego , CA
College: Oregon
Experience: 4th season
DS Comment: Byrd and Ward hook back up from there days as Ducks together to form a very good tandem.


2013 Draft Browns pick some where in the middle of the pack.

1 Name: Manti Te''o
College: Notre Dame Number: 5
Height: 6-2 Weight: 255
Position: ILB Pos2: OLB
Projected 40: 4.65
DS Comment: The Fighting Irish senior has also has won the Bednarik Award, Butkus Award, Bronko Nagurski Trophy, Lombardi Award and Walter Camp national player of the year award. And was runner up for the Heisman. He is one of thee most decorated college LB's EVER....and BPA.


3 Name: Brandon Jenkins
College: Florida State Number: 49
Height: 6-3 Weight: 260
Position: DE Pos2: OLB
Projected 40: 4.64
DS Comment: Falls right into Heckert's MO. Draft a DE with pure speed off the edge. Jenkins at will at least replace the 34 year old Parker as a 3rd down specialist and push Rucker for playing time.


4 Name: Blidi Wreh-Wilson
College: Connecticut Number: 5
Height: 6-1 Weight: 190
Position: CB Pos2: FS
Projected 40: 4.44
DS Comment: Tall cornerback who has had an up and down career at UCONN. Blew his knee in 2011. Really came on late this year as the Big East has begun to dissolve as a football conference. Has preety good ball skills and hip turn. Needs work on technique though. Very coachable prospect though.


5 Name: Zach Sudfeld
College: Nevada Number: 44
Height: 6-6 Weight: 255
Position: TE Pos2:
Projected 40: 4.67
DS Comment: John Makey semi-finalists, an all around TE that is a very good blocker and has a basketball background as well. Soft hands and a good vertical as well.


6 Name:Name: Taimi Tutogi
College: Arizona Number: 31
Height: 6-1 Weight: 260
Position: FB Pos2: DE
Projected 40: 4.64
DS Comment: Kid is just a football player that likes contact. Thirty-six games of experience as an H-back, tight end, fullback and tailback. A west coast guy for the West Coast Offence on the North Coast. Yeah and I picked a Samoan to lead block for T-Rich Twisted Evil That and he brings more hair to the backfield to make a dreaded duo. Laughing


7 Name: Quinn Sharp
College: Oklahoma State Number: 13
Height: 6-1 Weight: 205
Position: P Pos2: K/KO
Projected 40: 4.75
DS Comment: One of the best punters in the nation who aslo happens to be a very good place kicker as well.


*Notes: all prospects are seniors.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

First thought, sending Brown out the door and only drafting a mid round CB could spell lots of trouble if the young guys don't step up....

Personally, I like Jenkins but I favor bigger DEs. Just my opinion on that.


But, I really like most of it. A few great players and build some depth... Solidify the OL and add some nasty talent to the defense. I like it.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dropkick_pride wrote:
First thought, sending Brown out the door and only drafting a mid round CB could spell lots of trouble if the young guys don't step up....

Personally, I like Jenkins but I favor bigger DEs. Just my opinion on that.


But, I really like most of it. A few great players and build some depth... Solidify the OL and add some nasty talent to the defense. I like it.


Jenkins is my attempt to scout Heckert and pick a DE like he has drafted in the past. A little undersized with speed.

Personally I think Brown retires after this year.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DawgSoldier wrote:
Personally I think Brown retires after this year.


Could be, he does turn 34 in March. If he does, a vet will have to be signed. Have to be.

Pesonally, I hope he doesn't and decides to stick around for a couple more years. He's played very well very recently, and looks like he's got a couple more good years left in him.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ditchdigger wrote:
DawgSoldier wrote:
Personally I think Brown retires after this year.


Could be, he does turn 34 in March. If he does, a vet will have to be signed. Have to be.

Pesonally, I hope he doesn't and decides to stick around for a couple more years. He's played very well very recently, and looks like he's got a couple more good years left in him.


Those Pass Interference Penalties and burnt over the top make me say just hang it up guy.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DawgSoldier wrote:
ditchdigger wrote:
DawgSoldier wrote:
Personally I think Brown retires after this year.


Could be, he does turn 34 in March. If he does, a vet will have to be signed. Have to be.

Pesonally, I hope he doesn't and decides to stick around for a couple more years. He's played very well very recently, and looks like he's got a couple more good years left in him.


Those Pass Interference Penalties and burnt over the top make me say just hang it up guy.


A FS could help alleviate that issue....
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dropkick_pride wrote:
DawgSoldier wrote:
ditchdigger wrote:
DawgSoldier wrote:
Personally I think Brown retires after this year.


Could be, he does turn 34 in March. If he does, a vet will have to be signed. Have to be.

Pesonally, I hope he doesn't and decides to stick around for a couple more years. He's played very well very recently, and looks like he's got a couple more good years left in him.


Those Pass Interference Penalties and burnt over the top make me say just hang it up guy.


A FS could help alleviate that issue....


Probably wouldn't hurt.

I don't recall Brown being burnt deep nearly as often this year as he was last, and the secondary was hot garbage in a few games.

I'd take a 34 year-old Sheldon over just about anything other than a 1st round corner.

I haven't mentioned it, but I rather liked the mock. One of your better ones, DS.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My only things are

No way Byrd gets away from Buffalo

Wreh-Wilson will be long gone by the 4th

You have Brown retiring and then leave a huge whole at CB

Secondary becomes a problem here
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 10:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

FEARtheELF wrote:
My only things are

No way Byrd gets away from Buffalo They are in cap hell.

Wreh-Wilson will be long gone by the 4th. Winn fell to the 6th, stranger things have happened.

You have Brown retiring and then leave a huge whole at CB. Bademosi, Patterson Skrine Wade and Wilson have enough to get it done IMO.

Secondary becomes a problem here


Bolded my responses.
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ditchdigger wrote:
Dropkick_pride wrote:
DawgSoldier wrote:
ditchdigger wrote:
DawgSoldier wrote:
Personally I think Brown retires after this year.


Could be, he does turn 34 in March. If he does, a vet will have to be signed. Have to be.

Pesonally, I hope he doesn't and decides to stick around for a couple more years. He's played very well very recently, and looks like he's got a couple more good years left in him.


Those Pass Interference Penalties and burnt over the top make me say just hang it up guy.


A FS could help alleviate that issue....


Probably wouldn't hurt.

I don't recall Brown being burnt deep nearly as often this year as he was last, and the secondary was hot garbage in a few games.

I'd take a 34 year-old Sheldon over just about anything other than a 1st round corner.

I haven't mentioned it, but I rather liked the mock. One of your better ones, DS.
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Quality selections, proper distribution of assets, good FA signings.

Not sure about Te'o, but if he's all that he's hyped to be, it's good. He'll probably be long gone when we pick, though.
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ditchdigger wrote:
Quality selections, proper distribution of assets, good FA signings.

Not sure about Te'o, but if he's all that he's hyped to be, it's good. He'll probably be long gone when we pick, though.

Didn't think he was a reach around 12th overall* and most likely BPA.

*what ever the Browns are right now.
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DawgSoldier wrote:
ditchdigger wrote:
Quality selections, proper distribution of assets, good FA signings.

Not sure about Te'o, but if he's all that he's hyped to be, it's good. He'll probably be long gone when we pick, though.

Didn't think he was a reach around 12th overall* and most likely BPA.

*what ever the Browns are right now.


Lions are losing, so probably 13th right now. Te'o will be gone before 10, I'm guessing.

I'd rather see a CB like Milliner or Banks there, but I can live with Te'o if he is actually available when we pick.
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My buddy talked to Wilson last week and he got invited to the senior bowl. He asked him where he felt he would go in the draft and he said he had no idea. He's excited to play in the game but said he's more excited for the chance to talk to NFL coaches.
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idk people can call me a hater or what but I just dont see anyhtign elite about T'eo I think he will be a good LB but I dont think he is ever going to be near the top of his position in the NFL
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