Wozzy's Draft Guide 2013

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    In response to prolate0spheroid's comment:

    One thing I noticed in BB's press conference is that he talked about how well Ryan and Harmon communicated with each other when they played at Rutgers.  I know he's been frustrated with secondary players like Merriweather and (I believe) Chung who just weren't good at the mental part of the game.  I know he loves McCourty exactly because he is a smart player who communicates well.  A. Wilson is the same and so is Arrington.  I think he's drafting brains as much as anything . . .


    Agree with this, that being said this kid is a lot like James Sanders but a little more athletic.  If he is smart and lays the lumber than he may have a future.

     
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    In response to anonymis' comment:

    do you think Collins can get pressure on the QB if he plays OLB?



    I have to think we'll play more 3/4 now; Vince at nose, Kelly at one end and a combination of Armstead/Love/Deaderick at the other end.  This will give us Spikes and Mayo in the middle, put Chandler Jones at the elephant OLB spot on one side with Collins as the weakside linebacker.  This would also allow Nincovich to play all the way across, he has the versitility to play every position.  They can also run the 4 man front they've been running and it will have more pop with Kelly in the middle next to Vince and Jones and Collins or Ninc playing end.  Collins is an every down linebacker, he can play in coverage but he is explosive rushing the passer and getting in the backfield.

     
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    I predicted the Harmon selection.....I just forgot to post it Sealed

     
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    Not sure how anybody can complain about the 1st 3 picks. Dobson's 1 handed back handed td catch was the best I've seen in a while. Collins is the athletic cover lb who can also rush the passer that most wanted,and Logan was the highest rated CB available(and looks great btw)With Tommy Kelly we no longer needed another DT. Id like to see another receiver added In the 4rth, and let's not forget the Dennard type players BB finds in the 7th!

     
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    Josh Boyce is an outstanding pick.  He had really impressive shuttle and three cone drills, was blazing fast, super strong, good jumping ability and production.  He is dangerous inside or out.

     
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    Bravo Wozzy .  good thread, look forward to next years    

     
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    In response to rameakap's comment:

     

    Sorry, but it was your opinion that we could lump Floyd in with a bunch of guys actually projected to be around in rd 2 or when the Pats picked. That was your 'depth chart' not a projection of future talent, that was only your spin.

    Seriously, I said I was done with this, but for you to continue to insult Floyd while at the same time claiming you actually were aware he wouldn't be anywhere close to where the Pats picked (so why isn't he in rd 1 on your depth chart?) is sad. You ranked 11 DT's ahead of a likely top 10 pick, then acted like a defiant a** when called out on the error.



    Rameakap, are you out there anywhere buddy or did you go back to hiding your face on the Celtics board?

    I thought after a few games we could recap where the rookie defensive tackles stood, specifically a hand full I had ranked ahead of your favorite, you remember the one I said was overrated, the one you said would be taken with the 4th pick by the Raiders and 99% sure wouldn't last past the teens but ultimately was taken 23rd by the hapless Vikings...

    Star Lotulelei - Listed as the starting nose tackle for the Panthers, my favorite DT in the draft Star has started all three games so far and recorded his first sack Sunday against the Giants, you would have taken Shariff over this guy... good work.  Here's a good article about how the Panthers have a superstar in the making with SL: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/09/23/4337643/panthers-star-lotulelei-needs.html#.UkGUvCh4Z04

     

    Johnathan Hankins - Came out as a junior, just turned 21, working his way up the depth chart after some injury setbacks, ultimately will be better than Floyd.              

    Sylvester Williams - Firmly entrenched behind two behemoth starters and the best run stuffers in the league with the Broncos, Williams still has played and worked his way into the rotation of the best run stuffing team in the NFL.

    Johnathan Jenkins - currently listed as a backup he has started two games out of three for the Saints. Looking pretty good to me...

    Jesse Williams - blew out his knee, put on the IR by the Seahawks                    

    Kwame Geathers - Has played in all three games, listed as the back up nose tackle for the Chargers. Even has a highlight:

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-highlights/0ap2000000234042/Kwame-Geathers-blocks-Cardinals-FG                     

    Akeem Spence - Starting for the Bucs, sacked Tom Brady on Sunday.

    Brandon Williams - Currently 2nd on the depth chart at DT for the Ravens.  http://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/article-1/Brandon-Williams-Gets-First-NFL-Sack-On-Cam-Newton-/8320f0b4-a1c7-4ec0-abdb-d1a62ac4abb1

    Sheldon Richardson - Currently starting for the Jets, has 1.5 sacks.

    Shariff Floyd in the meantime, the guy you wanted to take with the 4th overall pick and attacked me for saying he was overrated is currently sliding backwards on the Vikings depth chart, has 1.5 tackles on the season.  

    It's not really fair to judge rookies after three games but if you take a player in the top 5 you expect them to start and contribute right away.  Like I said, he looks like a world beater to me, a real impact player.  Sure glad I didn't listen to Kiper and the rest of the experts...

     

     
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    Star was my fav DT too. He was an NT who had a knack for getting into the backfield.

    For the longest time, he was a top 3 pick, until the combine when there was that scare on his health. For some reason, when doctors cleared him eventually, he did not get back up into the top 5. I thought it was a bargain where he was picked.

     
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    Am actually curious to find out how the 2013 class of heavies do by end of the season. I thought this was an exceptional class. Yet, there were draft gurus who were saying it was a weak DT class.

    I thought it would not be bad to take any of Lotulelei/ Hankins/ Jenkins/ S Williams/ J Williams/ B Williams.

     
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