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PostPosted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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skrILL wrote:
Honestly, I can't think of a better team for Mingo to land on than the Jets. He is literally tailor-made for Rex's blitz-heavy defense.

Yes. I don't think there is a better player-coach fit in this draft than Mingo and Rex.



Care to offer some sort of insight instead of just being obnoxious? Rolling Eyes
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skrILL wrote:
quietjetsket wrote:
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skrILL wrote:
Honestly, I can't think of a better team for Mingo to land on than the Jets. He is literally tailor-made for Rex's blitz-heavy defense.

Yes. I don't think there is a better player-coach fit in this draft than Mingo and Rex.



Care to offer some sort of insight instead of just being obnoxious? Rolling Eyes



I don't.
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quietjetsket wrote:
skrILL wrote:
quietjetsket wrote:
green24 wrote:
skrILL wrote:
Honestly, I can't think of a better team for Mingo to land on than the Jets. He is literally tailor-made for Rex's blitz-heavy defense.

Yes. I don't think there is a better player-coach fit in this draft than Mingo and Rex.



Care to offer some sort of insight instead of just being obnoxious? Rolling Eyes



I don't.

Figured as much.
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I think it would be smarter of you NOT to reply to any post of mine.
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I think it would be smarter of you NOT to reply to any post of mine.

Probably good advise for all of Footballs Future to follow.
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I saw someone in an Urlacher jersey and a Dolphins hat today.

Was it Colin Kaepernick?
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I want them both....

How awesome would that be to get Jordan at 9 and Mingo at 13?

Then the rest of the draft could go something like

2-WR
3-S
4-G
5-Ivory (or RB via draft)
6-OL
7-S or CB
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I think it would be smarter of you NOT to reply to any post of mine.

Probably good advise for all of Footballs Future to follow.

Roasted.
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quietjetsket wrote:
I think it would be smarter of you NOT to reply to any post of mine.

Probably good advise for all of Footballs Future to follow.




I remember you from when I was a lurker here. Welcome back!


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So Aaron Maybin is 6-4 240... how is that any different from Mingo? Im just concerned we cut one OLB that couldn't play 3 downs for another.
Maybe its just me, but Im a little hesitant on Mingo. Id much prefer Ziggy.
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So Aaron Maybin is 6-4 240... how is that any different from Mingo? Im just concerned we cut one OLB that couldn't play 3 downs for another.
Maybe its just me, but Im a little hesitant on Mingo. Id much prefer Ziggy.


Maybin couldn't turn, Mingo can.
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Care to offer some sort of insight instead of just being obnoxious? Rolling Eyes
I don't.

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jimbo1904 wrote:
So Aaron Maybin is 6-4 240... how is that any different from Mingo? Im just concerned we cut one OLB that couldn't play 3 downs for another.
Maybe its just me, but Im a little hesitant on Mingo. Id much prefer Ziggy.


So because they're roughly the same size they'll be roughly the same player?
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skrILL wrote:
jg6041 wrote:
quietjetsket wrote:
I think it would be smarter of you NOT to reply to any post of mine.

Probably good advise for all of Footballs Future to follow.

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Raoul Duke wrote:
jimbo1904 wrote:
So Aaron Maybin is 6-4 240... how is that any different from Mingo? Im just concerned we cut one OLB that couldn't play 3 downs for another.
Maybe its just me, but Im a little hesitant on Mingo. Id much prefer Ziggy.


So because they're roughly the same size they'll be roughly the same player?




No, I share the same concerns as jimbo, so I get what he is saying. A lot of what people say about Mingo they said about Maybin. Tireless motor, quick off the snap, great speed, ect ect. And yes, they are of similar stature. Now I've already heard some reasoning in another thread why Mingo should be better than Maybin. But still, I'm not totally sold on Mingo. Like I said in that other thread, I won't be thrilled if we pick him, but I won't jump out of a window either. Hopefully he will be more like an Irvin than Maybin.
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jimbo1904 wrote:
So Aaron Maybin is 6-4 240... how is that any different from Mingo? Im just concerned we cut one OLB that couldn't play 3 downs for another.
Maybe its just me, but Im a little hesitant on Mingo. Id much prefer Ziggy.


I love Ansah as well. To me he is the ideal Rex Ryan OLB. Speed, size to set the edge v the run. I want him.

That said, Mingo does not equal maybin.

Maybin ran a 4.88 40 time, Mingo ran a 4.58
Maybin 7.53 3-cone, Mingo 6.84 3-cone

They are not the same player, Mingo is much more instinctive and fluid in his movements. Maybin just over-ran tackles and chased from behind.
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jimbo1904 wrote:
So Aaron Maybin is 6-4 240... how is that any different from Mingo? Im just concerned we cut one OLB that couldn't play 3 downs for another.
Maybe its just me, but Im a little hesitant on Mingo. Id much prefer Ziggy.


I love Ansah as well. To me he is the ideal Rex Ryan OLB. Speed, size to set the edge v the run. I want him.

That said, Mingo does not equal maybin.

Maybin ran a 4.88 40 time, Mingo ran a 4.58
Maybin 7.53 3-cone, Mingo 6.84 3-cone

They are not the same player, Mingo is much more instinctive and fluid in his movements. Maybin just over-ran tackles and chased from behind.




I do hope all you guys are right. I won't be able to stand watching another guy just run laps around OTs while not getting close to the QB at all. Maybin ended up perfecting that.
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