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  • PuppyPuncher
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    Originally posted by FL_Dawg View Post
    I don’t think that’s a relative statement, because the only thing that counts is game time. Plenty of players perform good in practice, but fail to produce in game situations.
    The point I'm making is that DEs dominate these positions because they know it's pass. When the Patriots throw the ball 90% of them time and have an ineffective Maroney running the ball, the defensive line is going to dominate. It would have taken an all-star team of OL to stop the Giants.

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  • FL_Dawg
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    LOL..thats when its all decided

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  • Matt McGuire
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    Brady was protected extremely well for 18 games of the regular season. One game against the best DL in football doesn't refute that. The Patriots aren't picking OL at No. 7.

    No chance the Pats go with OL, and I think a very good chance Jake Long is still on the board after the Rams pick.

    We'll see who is right on draft day.

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  • FL_Dawg
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    Originally posted by PuppyPuncher View Post
    Who do you think always wins the pass protection drills in practice?
    I don’t think that’s a relative statement, because the only thing that counts is game time. Plenty of players perform good in practice, but fail to produce in game situations.

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  • PuppyPuncher
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    Originally posted by FL_Dawg View Post
    If The Patriots line would have given him more time Brady would have picked them apart, because when you simply rush the passer as a defense you have then put more pressure on your secondary defense. All the good offenses are predictable, they just execute their will better then the defense they are facing.
    Who do you think always wins the pass protection drills in practice?

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  • FL_Dawg
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    Originally posted by PuppyPuncher View Post
    I don't see any problems with their offensive line. They were a predictable offense, which allowed the Giants' defensive line to pin their ears back and all out pass rush. Logan Mankins and Stephen Neal are solid guards and Matt Light, is pretty good even though he struggles against speed.
    If The Patriots line would have given him more time Brady would have picked them apart, because when you simply rush the passer as a defense you have then put more pressure on your secondary defense. All the good offenses are predictable, they just execute their will better then the defense they are facing.

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  • PuppyPuncher
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    Originally posted by FL_Dawg View Post
    Well I think Jake Long is a Lock to go top 2 and because he wont be there when the Chiefs are on the clock at #5 they will take Ryan Clady, because they are about as compelled to taking an offense tackle as they have totally neglected to address the biggest need on their team. it’s a shame too, because they would otherwise had been looking at Sedrick Ellis.

    Everyone thinks Bill Belicheck has to pick defense with this pick, but I think its been dually noted that their interior offense line play in the Super- Bowl is a glaring hole. Belicheck’s forte
    Is defense and he typically thinks he can get more for less talent on that side of the ball and he does every year. That’s why when a CB that has had success in his system wants top 5 dollars, he lets them go. that’s a fact. Unless Chris Long or Vernon Gholston would somehow drop to them (not likely) they will take Branden Albert.
    I don't see any problems with their offensive line. They were a predictable offense, which allowed the Giants' defensive line to pin their ears back and all out pass rush. Logan Mankins and Stephen Neal are solid guards and Matt Light, is pretty good even though he struggles against speed.

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  • FL_Dawg
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    Originally posted by Matt McGuire View Post
    Well you are wrong because Clady has a lot of upside.

    Okay you say 3 OLs in the top 10 picks.

    Tell me who and tell me where and tell me why. Otherwise, as usual, you are just talking and not backing up your statements with logic.
    Well I think Jake Long is a Lock to go top 2 and because he wont be there when the Chiefs are on the clock at #5 they will take Ryan Clady, because they are about as compelled to taking an offense tackle as they have totally neglected to address the biggest need on their team. it’s a shame too, because they would otherwise had been looking at Sedrick Ellis.

    Everyone thinks Bill Belicheck has to pick defense with this pick, but I think its been dually noted that their interior offense line play in the Super- Bowl is a glaring hole. Belicheck’s forte
    Is defense and he typically thinks he can get more for less talent on that side of the ball and he does every year. That’s why when a CB that has had success in his system wants top 5 dollars, he lets them go. that’s a fact. Unless Chris Long or Vernon Gholston would somehow drop to them (not likely) they will take Branden Albert.

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  • Matt McGuire
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    Originally posted by PuppyPuncher View Post
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    Why don't you just **** on my entire life?
    There isn't much to **** on.

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  • PuppyPuncher
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    Originally posted by Matt McGuire View Post
    Um this has been going on for a while. Mario Williams did this in his rookie season.

    It is nothing new and teams do draft pass rush specialist DTs. Derek Landri is a perfect example for the Jaguars.

    Also most teams know the value of 3 tecniques...problem is the DT talent in the draft has been horrid, but this draft is loaded at that position.
    ...


    Why don't you just **** on my entire life?

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  • Matt McGuire
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    Um this has been going on for a while. Mario Williams did this in his rookie season.

    It is nothing new and teams do draft pass rush specialist DTs. Derek Landri is a perfect example for the Jaguars.

    Also most teams know the value of 3 tecniques...problem is the DT talent in the draft has been horrid, but this draft is loaded at that position.

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  • PuppyPuncher
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    I meant moving your DEs inside on 3rd down. The Saints are already prepared to do it next year with the signing of Bobby McCray.

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  • Matt McGuire
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    Originally posted by FL_Dawg View Post
    I think their could be as many as 3 OL players in the top 10 picks, but in most years the only player I could foresee going in the top 10 picks would be Jake Long.
    Well you are wrong because Clady has a lot of upside.

    Okay you say 3 OLs in the top 10 picks.

    Tell me who and tell me where and tell me why. Otherwise, as usual, you are just talking and not backing up your statements with logic.

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  • Matt McGuire
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    lol oh yeah what a recent trend...it is called the Warren Sapp trend it has been around for a very long time.

    I've already outlined the draft trend in my blog.

    www.walterfootball.com/mattblog.php

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  • FL_Dawg
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    Originally posted by Matt McGuire View Post
    Thomas was an elite LT prospect. LT and RDE are the most valuable positions in the NFL.

    You are wrong that there will be a lot of T top ten picks this year.

    Only ones that can go top 10 are Jake Long and Ryan Clady to the Chiefs at #5.
    I think their could be as many as 3 OL players in the top 10 picks, but in most years the only player I could foresee going in the top 10 picks would be Jake Long.

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