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Thread: Does this make too much sense?

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    Does this make too much sense?

    Jonathan Martin prefers to play LT and was considered to improve when playing there last year.

    Richie Incognito prefers to play RG.

    Eric Winston in Houston was considered one of the best Zone Blocking RT in NFL just season before last and is reportedly willing to sign a 1 year contract for $4m and has no real injury concerns.

    Jonathan Cooper is considered to be one of the most athletic LG to have entered NFL draft for years and is ideal for ZBS.

    I would prefer this over any trade for Brandon Albert, who is looking for a massive contract and has lingering injury concerns.

    I would be happy going into 2013, with a line consisting of MARTIN-COOPER-POUNCEY-INCOGNITO-WINSTON
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    Another cooper thread from u?
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    I think that is the backup plan. Problem is, I'm not so sure the coaching staff thinks Martin can handle LT.
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    Sounds good to me. I think Martin actually played better when he was switched to LT last year. He looked more comfortable there. I am not thrilled about Albert at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry_Bagpipe View Post
    Another cooper thread from u?
    Think it was more along the lines of the O'line as a whole
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    Quote Originally Posted by JFoxx View Post
    I think that is the backup plan. Problem is, I'm not so sure the coaching staff thinks Martin can handle LT.
    They invested a high pick in his potential, he played LT for Andrew Luck at Stanford and it is his natural position. I don't believe they think that at all.

    I don't think the Albert thing will happen because he has a guaranteed 9 mil+ this year and is not going to accept what the Dolphins are offering.

    I would be ok with Cooper, but I really would rather see Eifert added to this offense and getting an O-lineman in round 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by normaniii View Post
    Jonathan Martin prefers to play LT and was considered to improve when playing there last year.

    Richie Incognito prefers to play RG.

    Eric Winston in Houston was considered one of the best Zone Blocking RT in NFL just season before last and is reportedly willing to sign a 1 year contract for $4m and has no real injury concerns.

    Jonathan Cooper is considered to be one of the most athletic LG to have entered NFL draft for years and is ideal for ZBS.

    I would prefer this over any trade for Brandon Albert, who is looking for a massive contract and has lingering injury concerns.

    I would be happy going into 2013, with a line consisting of MARTIN-COOPER-POUNCEY-INCOGNITO-WINSTON
    This plan is appealing, well to me at least, but i just don't see Cooper getting to us. I have a feeling Tennessee grabs him at 10.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PSU Cane View Post
    This plan is appealing, well to me at least, but i just don't see Cooper getting to us. I have a feeling Tennessee grabs him at 10.
    I think we will have a choice of Cooper or Warmack. Either will be another Pouncey, a pro bowl player who will start for 10 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFin View Post
    They invested a high pick in his potential, he played LT for Andrew Luck at Stanford and it is his natural position. I don't believe they think that at all.

    I don't think the Albert thing will happen because he has a guaranteed 9 mil+ this year and is not going to accept what the Dolphins are offering.

    I would be ok with Cooper, but I really would rather see Eifert added to this offense and getting an O-lineman in round 2.
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