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Discussion in 'Draft' started by WW85, Mar 7, 2011.
Yea definitely. Thought I wrote his name.
Well then let me ask you this, what makes gabbert a top teir prospect? You just hit him with some of the biggest knocks possible. He isnt a winner, can't beat good teams, was NOT highly productive in the gimmicky offense he player in, and has no pro-style experience. I get that he has a big arm, but so did jamarcus russel, who had nothing else going for him. What makes Gabbert such a top prospect?
I don't think they need to address their offensive line. I'm pretty sure all of their starters are coming back. A left tackle to develop behind Matt Light might not be a bad idea, but it's certainly not a BIG need.
They drafted Sebastian Vollmer relatively high a few years ago and he's been a pretty solid player. Rich Ohrnberger was selected in the same draft and he provides depth at both guard spots.
3) Buffalo Bills (GH) - Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn
7) San Francisco 49ers (GH) - Robert Quinn, DE/OLB, North Carolina
11) Houston Texans (GH) - Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State
15) Miami Dolphins (GH) - Mark Ingram, RB, Bama
19) New York Giants (GH) - Martez Wilson, LB, Illinois
23) Philadelphia Eagles (GH) - Brandon Harris, CB, Miami
27) Atlanta Falcons (GH) - Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa
31) Pittsburgh Steelers (GH) - Derrek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State
Ooooh man. Winning.
Oops, give me a few minutes and I'll submit another one
Gabbert has potential: like you said, he has a strong arm and very, very good size. I think he's a pretty smart kid too. If my team had a top ten pick and needed a quarterback, I'd rather pass on him.
This is a very weak quarterback class and that helps him out a lot.
Carolina Panthers - Cam Newton, QB, Auburn
Arizona Cardinals - Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU
Dallas Cowboys - Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska
Detroit Lions - Tyron Smith, OT, USC
New England Patriots - JJ Watt, DL, Wisconsin
Kansas City Chiefs - Justin Houston, LB, Georgia
Seattle Seahawks - Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada
Chicago Bears - Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin
Could be the weakest since 2002.
Sorry to include Carr.
Coming out of the pistol offense, he'll definitely have to change some things up...coaching will fix his weaknesses.
I could see Kaepernick being used in a role similar to the one Tebow was in last season - situational run/pass option plays.
His little brother Derek is starting next season for Fresno. He'll restore the family name.
I know who he is and I also know hell will freeze over before he's selected in the first round
But hey, nobodies perfect
I don't think so...not so fast!!
2) Denver Broncos (WW)- Marcell Dareus, DT, Bama
6) Cleveland Browns (WW) - AJ Green, WR, Georgia
10) Washington Redskins (WW) - Julio Jones, WR, Bama
14) St Louis Rams (WW) - Aldon Smith, DE, Mizzou
18) San Diego Chargers (WW) - Ryan Kerrigan, DE/OLB, Purdue
22) Indianapolis Colts (WW) - Anthony Costanzo, OT Boston College
26) Baltimore Ravens (WW) - Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado
30) New York Jets (WW) - Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA
Hell froze over about thirteen times already while we were waiting for you to make all of our horrible selections.
Surprised ...Corey Liuget wasn't selected.
I hate to break it to you but Cam Newton #1 Overall was probably the dumbest pick in the entire draft.
Okay, scratch that, not probably, but definitely
I was surprised how well he adapted to being under center @ the Senior Bowl, took to it like a fish to water. Needs help in what comes after the snap, but even an average QB coach can fix your step drops and footwork.
I thought the way they used Tebow was gonna fail badly, but after seeing what he did, I can actually see Kaepernick taking that role in Seattle.
Probably my favorite pick of the night outside the top 10 :beer:
Oh Yeah, and Prince Amukamara will not even sniff the TOP 10
Sorry E, another dreadful selection
JohnnyThaJet knows more about football than you.