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Thread: Jim Turner helped Jerry lose 35lbs since start of camp

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    Quote Originally Posted by datruth55 View Post
    We took him #15 and yeah even though he's playing very well I'm ticked about it. Top 15 picks should be spent on playmakers, skill positions. If we wanted him we should hvae tried to trade down a few spots and still got him plus an extra 3rd rounder.
    Do you know who was the cornerstone pick of the Ravens team that went to the Superbowl?

    Jonathon Ogden in the 1st round, then Ray Lewis at the bottom of the 1st round. Great teams are built from the lines out.

    Matt Millen was a GM who liked to always draft skill players on day 1. How did it work out for him?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dolfan_101 View Post
    Because it's formal goon

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    Ingram and Baldwin could be on my team any day
    Yeah, I agree. But I wouldn't take them over Pouncey, would you ? They are not even on Pouncey's level right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZYDOLFAN305 View Post
    Pittsburgh was ready to trade in order to take him, this theory has already been put to bed long time. What good is a playmaker if you can't protect your Qb? How are you suppose to get the ball to them? This is football 101. And if you're stubborn truth, Pouncey has been the best center in the league this year, and hes just in second season and you're still mad? Tell me who you have drafted after the trade down? If you don't have a good line you have squad.

    And without so call playmakers we had 60 +20 Yard Plays Last year, and we are currently on par to shatter that total this year and that's without Marshall
    First off we had 56 pass plays of 20+ yards and this year the 20+ yard pass plays are a product of the offense and our rookie QB more than anything else.

    2nd since you know that Pittsburgh was going to trade up...which was rumor and never confirmed...why don't you enlighten us with where they were going to trade up to?

    3rd, I believe PFF has Pouncey ranked the 2nd best Center right now...can't remember who's first.

    And like I said if you wanted Pouncey trade down and pick up an extra 3rd....but Ryan Kerrigan, Corey Liuget, Prince Amukamara and Phil Taylor are all darn good players...Liuget and Taylor would not have been needed though...Kerrigan would have been nice to pair with Wake and given our lack of depth Amukamara would be nice right about now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcdrover View Post
    Do you know who was the cornerstone pick of the Ravens team that went to the Superbowl?

    Jonathon Ogden in the 1st round, then Ray Lewis at the bottom of the 1st round. Great teams are built from the lines out.

    Matt Millen was a GM who liked to always draft skill players on day 1. How did it work out for him?
    So you're comparing a LT to a Center...OK whatever makes you feel better, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dolfan_101 View Post
    Because it's formal goon

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    Ingram and Baldwin could be on my team any day
    INGRAM? Really? Dude is terrible.

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    You're one of those guys that still thinks LT is this end all be all important position right behind the QB, huh?

    Try to avoid using ESPN for your analysis, Mr. Draft.
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    [QUOTE=Crazy685;1064452918]INGRAM? Really? Dude is terrible./QUOTE]

    *notes to self*if you're going to simply mutter such ridiculousness there is no reason to further argue.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzo View Post
    Been one of my biggest issues with him. Every single year, EVERY YEAR, he makes one completely boneheaded signing that makes you think he went on a massive coke bender the night before, slept in the office, woke up still high as **** and started making calls to anybody that would answer at 4 AM on a weekday; which is apparently **** players like Naanee, Colombo, Barbie Carpenter, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy685 View Post
    INGRAM? Really? Dude is terrible./QUOTE]

    *notes to self*if you're going to simply mutter such ridiculousness there is no reason to further argue.
    Ingram so far has been a fairly big disappointment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by registeredguy View Post
    That fluke 2008 season only hurt this organization in the long run. Tony shoulda been gone after 2010.
    Hopefully something tops it soon so we can stop talking about Chad Pennington. Sure he was better than average, but he was grown by the Jets.
    A strong sign we have not improved, is the same tired threads on the forum every year.
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