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PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 4:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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That's actually the scenario I was hoping for as well


Sweet, love being on the same page Laughing

I say just sit back and wait to see if other teams bid on our guys. No reason to throw out names so other teams know what they have to bid to get them.
Rare Laughing

I'm not sure which OL guy I want. I need to look at the guys some more
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 4:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tatupu_64 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
That's actually the scenario I was hoping for as well


Sweet, love being on the same page Laughing

I say just sit back and wait to see if other teams bid on our guys. No reason to throw out names so other teams know what they have to bid to get them.
Rare Laughing

I'm not sure which OL guy I want. I need to look at the guys some more


I'd be fine with any of the 3 so it's whatever to me. All 3 would be good in our system and all 3 could easily fight for starting spots which is awesome for a 6th rounder.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bucs bid #173 on Montori Hughes so we can stop talking about him.

Kenjon Barner has pick #204 or something bid on him so we'd have to use a 6th there if we wanted him. We'd have to bid on him by 4:25 am.

Omoregie Uzzi has #203 or something like that on him, so we'd have to use a 6th on him as well. We'd have to bid on him by 12:15 am.

Those are pretty much the only guys we've talked about.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 10:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

SaveourSonics wrote:
Bucs bid #173 on Montori Hughes so we can stop talking about him.

Kenjon Barner has pick #204 or something bid on him so we'd have to use a 6th there if we wanted him. We'd have to bid on him by 4:25 am.

Omoregie Uzzi has #203 or something like that on him, so we'd have to use a 6th on him as well. We'd have to bid on him by 12:15 am.

Those are pretty much the only guys we've talked about.
When would we have to get the pick in for Barner by?

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Oops. I didn't read very well. Has AL2 been bid on?
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 10:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tatupu_64 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
Bucs bid #173 on Montori Hughes so we can stop talking about him.

Kenjon Barner has pick #204 or something bid on him so we'd have to use a 6th there if we wanted him. We'd have to bid on him by 4:25 am.

Omoregie Uzzi has #203 or something like that on him, so we'd have to use a 6th on him as well. We'd have to bid on him by 12:15 am.

Those are pretty much the only guys we've talked about.
When would we have to get the pick in for Barner by?

EDIT

Oops. I didn't read very well. Has AL2 been bid on?


Nope, he has no bids.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 10:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

SaveourSonics wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
Bucs bid #173 on Montori Hughes so we can stop talking about him.

Kenjon Barner has pick #204 or something bid on him so we'd have to use a 6th there if we wanted him. We'd have to bid on him by 4:25 am.

Omoregie Uzzi has #203 or something like that on him, so we'd have to use a 6th on him as well. We'd have to bid on him by 12:15 am.

Those are pretty much the only guys we've talked about.
When would we have to get the pick in for Barner by?

EDIT

Oops. I didn't read very well. Has AL2 been bid on?


Nope, he has no bids.
I think I'd just rather wait and try to grab him with our 7th than.

I'd contemplate grabbing Uzzi with our lower 6th.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 10:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tatupu_64 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
Bucs bid #173 on Montori Hughes so we can stop talking about him.

Kenjon Barner has pick #204 or something bid on him so we'd have to use a 6th there if we wanted him. We'd have to bid on him by 4:25 am.

Omoregie Uzzi has #203 or something like that on him, so we'd have to use a 6th on him as well. We'd have to bid on him by 12:15 am.

Those are pretty much the only guys we've talked about.
When would we have to get the pick in for Barner by?

EDIT

Oops. I didn't read very well. Has AL2 been bid on?


Nope, he has no bids.
I think I'd just rather wait and try to grab him with our 7th than.

I'd contemplate grabbing Uzzi with our lower 6th.


That's my thought process as well. Do we prefer Uzzi to guys like Thornton and Holmes?
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 10:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

SaveourSonics wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
Bucs bid #173 on Montori Hughes so we can stop talking about him.

Kenjon Barner has pick #204 or something bid on him so we'd have to use a 6th there if we wanted him. We'd have to bid on him by 4:25 am.

Omoregie Uzzi has #203 or something like that on him, so we'd have to use a 6th on him as well. We'd have to bid on him by 12:15 am.

Those are pretty much the only guys we've talked about.
When would we have to get the pick in for Barner by?

EDIT

Oops. I didn't read very well. Has AL2 been bid on?


Nope, he has no bids.
I think I'd just rather wait and try to grab him with our 7th than.

I'd contemplate grabbing Uzzi with our lower 6th.


That's my thought process as well. Do we prefer Uzzi to guys like Thornton and Holmes?
I'm not sure. What do you think about AU6?
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Thorton or Uzzi is fine with me, so maybe it's better to just play a wait and see on Thorton for a little. I like that Thorton could be fairly versatile. With Lemuel Jean-Pierre as a good backup C on the roster who can play Guard in a pinch, does Holmes offer anything that different?
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 10:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Thorton or Uzzi is fine with me, so maybe it's better to just play a wait and see on Thorton for a little. I like that Thorton could be fairly versatile. With Lemuel Jean-Pierre as a good backup C on the roster who can play Guard in a pinch, does Holmes offer anything that different?


Not really, which is why I've been so reserved to put him on my "most wanted" list.

As far as AU6 is concerned, I'm really not impressed with him as a prospect and really think he was benefited by the players around him. He was exposed in individual drills.
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Tatupu_64 wrote:
Thorton or Uzzi is fine with me, so maybe it's better to just play a wait and see on Thorton for a little. I like that Thorton could be fairly versatile. With Lemuel Jean-Pierre as a good backup C on the roster who can play Guard in a pinch, does Holmes offer anything that different?


Not really, which is why I've been so reserved to put him on my "most wanted" list.

As far as AU6 is concerned, I'm really not impressed with him as a prospect and really think he was benefited by the players around him. He was exposed in individual drills.
He may be a solid Guard, but I'd rather not chance it.

I think stick with the gameplan. Try and grab BD6 with our first 6th, and then grab Thorton and AL2 with our 6th and 7th.
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Tatupu_64 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
Thorton or Uzzi is fine with me, so maybe it's better to just play a wait and see on Thorton for a little. I like that Thorton could be fairly versatile. With Lemuel Jean-Pierre as a good backup C on the roster who can play Guard in a pinch, does Holmes offer anything that different?


Not really, which is why I've been so reserved to put him on my "most wanted" list.

As far as AU6 is concerned, I'm really not impressed with him as a prospect and really think he was benefited by the players around him. He was exposed in individual drills.
He may be a solid Guard, but I'd rather not chance it.

I think stick with the gameplan. Try and grab BD6 with our first 6th, and then grab Thorton and AL2 with our 6th and 7th.


Agreed, that is the plan as of now.
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SaveourSonics wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
Thorton or Uzzi is fine with me, so maybe it's better to just play a wait and see on Thorton for a little. I like that Thorton could be fairly versatile. With Lemuel Jean-Pierre as a good backup C on the roster who can play Guard in a pinch, does Holmes offer anything that different?


Not really, which is why I've been so reserved to put him on my "most wanted" list.

As far as AU6 is concerned, I'm really not impressed with him as a prospect and really think he was benefited by the players around him. He was exposed in individual drills.
He may be a solid Guard, but I'd rather not chance it.

I think stick with the gameplan. Try and grab BD6 with our first 6th, and then grab Thorton and AL2 with our 6th and 7th.


Agreed, that is the plan as of now.


We should go after AK1 with one of those. SoS, he would be exactly what you have been asking for in at that position.
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chpjns15 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
Thorton or Uzzi is fine with me, so maybe it's better to just play a wait and see on Thorton for a little. I like that Thorton could be fairly versatile. With Lemuel Jean-Pierre as a good backup C on the roster who can play Guard in a pinch, does Holmes offer anything that different?


Not really, which is why I've been so reserved to put him on my "most wanted" list.

As far as AU6 is concerned, I'm really not impressed with him as a prospect and really think he was benefited by the players around him. He was exposed in individual drills.
He may be a solid Guard, but I'd rather not chance it.

I think stick with the gameplan. Try and grab BD6 with our first 6th, and then grab Thorton and AL2 with our 6th and 7th.


Agreed, that is the plan as of now.


We should go after AK1 with one of those. SoS, he would be exactly what you have been asking for in at that position.


I'm just not as big of a fan. I wanted a guy that would be a distinct upgrade from Anthony McCoy, and I don't think he's it. I'm fine with McCoy as the #2 as of now.
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chpjns15 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
Thorton or Uzzi is fine with me, so maybe it's better to just play a wait and see on Thorton for a little. I like that Thorton could be fairly versatile. With Lemuel Jean-Pierre as a good backup C on the roster who can play Guard in a pinch, does Holmes offer anything that different?


Not really, which is why I've been so reserved to put him on my "most wanted" list.

As far as AU6 is concerned, I'm really not impressed with him as a prospect and really think he was benefited by the players around him. He was exposed in individual drills.
He may be a solid Guard, but I'd rather not chance it.

I think stick with the gameplan. Try and grab BD6 with our first 6th, and then grab Thorton and AL2 with our 6th and 7th.


Agreed, that is the plan as of now.


We should go after AK1 with one of those. SoS, he would be exactly what you have been asking for in at that position.
That's a guy we can just get in UDFA imo
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