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Postby frankcal20 » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:24 pm

No. This is sounding like a franchise that is fully prepared. If RG3 stays healthy and is a stud like we expect him to do and tears it up, then we'll trade Cousin for more than the 4th round pick we used. We drafted for value. Plain and Simple.

Let me ask this question. Why did the Patriots take Mallot last year when they had Brady at starter and also have Hoyer as the #2. Did that create controversy? No. They draft value players

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Postby funsho2 » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:30 pm

frankcal20 wrote:No. This is sounding like a franchise that is fully prepared. If RG3 stays healthy and is a stud like we expect him to do and tears it up, then we'll trade Cousin for more than the 4th round pick we used. We drafted for value. Plain and Simple.

Let me ask this question. Why did the Patriots take Mallot last year when they had Brady at starter and also have Hoyer as the #2. Did that create controversy? No. They draft value players


Did the colts draft another QB after andrew luck?....or is it because griffin fits the stereotype of Qbs that run? Is that why?...

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Postby the poster » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:36 pm

FanofallthatisGibbs wrote:From an impartial fan of the NFC North (ESPN's NFC East Blog):

emmettvm
dropping in from the NFC North to note that, aside from the whole "2 quarterbacks" thing (which may or may not end up turning out well, who really knows at this point) the redskins seem to be hitting this draft out of the friggin park.


oh you cherry picked across the nation and found that little comment that you delivered like a stork here? good for you. it mustba been quite an effort working through hundreds of others who are laughing at Washington right now. one giants fan just said on behalf of his organization I want to thank the redskins for being what they are.

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yeah Im aware wash beat ny twice last year. get over your one accomplishment already. I also know who won the super bowl and who was 5-11)

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Postby Red_One43 » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:40 pm

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frankcal20 wrote:Love the last sentence. Sounds like he's going to come in and most likely be our backup RT.


I think you're jumping the gun a little bit. He's a late 6th rounder.


Here was the Texans O line starters for 2011. One 6th rounder who was sought after in FA in 2012 and one UDFA who was also sought after in FA this year. The make up of the majority of O lines in the NFL have late round and UDFAs. I don't think that Frank is jumping the gun. Being a late rounder, or not being drafted at all, for an O lineman has not been a problem in developing into a star.

Texans 2011 Starters

Myers - 6th round 2005; Starter 2007
Smith - Free Agent 2010(No Big Splash here); Starter 2010
Brisiel - UDFA 2007; Starter 2008
Winston - 3rd round 2006; Starter 2007
Brown - 1st round 2008; Starter 2008 .



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Postby Red_One43 » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:41 pm

finally we draft a DB!!!

Richard Crawford SMU

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Postby Red_One43 » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:46 pm

Richard Crawford 5-11 191 DB

Junior (2010): Started 13 games and saw time in all 14... Named to All-Conference USA honorable mention... Recorded 59 total tackles, including 42 solos... Intercepted four passes... Had nine punt returns for a total of 83 yards (9.2 avg.)... Started season off with seven tackles and a TFL against Texas Tech... At Rice, intercepted a pass tallied seven stops... Picked off two throws, registered six solo tackles and had a 35-yard punt return against Marshall.

Saddleback (2008 & 2009): A three-star Rivals.com recruit... First-team All-Mission Conference... Notched 34 tackles, six interceptions and five pass breakups as a sophomore... Also returned 18 punts for 211 yards and three TDs... Chose SMU over offers from Portland State and San Diego.



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Postby frankcal20 » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:49 pm

With our final pick in the draft, Skins select Jordan Berstein DB - Iowa

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Postby Red_One43 » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:52 pm

Two DBs to finish the draft.

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Postby gibbsfan » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:56 pm

a solid draft all in all and i hope we get a few gems in the udfa department as well.....wait and see


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Postby 1niksder » Sat Apr 28, 2012 5:15 pm

frankcal20 wrote:No. This is sounding like a franchise that is fully prepared. If RG3 stays healthy and is a stud like we expect him to do and tears it up, then we'll trade Cousin for more than the 4th round pick we used. We drafted for value. Plain and Simple.


Drafting Cousins was a good value move, it could also mean the time Kyle spent with him told them that he's not that far off and another Rookie at QB won't take away from his development


frankcal20 wrote:Let me ask this question.


You keep ssaying that like you're waiting on permission.... but then you don't and ask anyway. If you're not careful you might start a conversation.

frankcal20 wrote: Why did the Patriots take Mallot last year when they had Brady at starter and also have Hoyer as the #2. Did that create controversy? No. They draft value players


Teams draft rookie QBs all the time, some are drafted to step right in as starters.... (Eli, his big bro, Brees, Cam, Luck, Weeden, and Big Ben) others are drafted to develop into starters but something forces a teams hand... (Ponder, Gabby, and Dalton). Then you have those that are drafted to sit and they sit....(Brady, Rogers, and others)

Drafting QBs create options. Drafting a QB when you need a QB creates a solution.... Drafting more than one equals solutions with options.

One option won't be reacting if option A fails, because there is a plan in place with a plan A1 instaed of looking for a Plan B. Like the Jags will be doing very soon, as well as the Browns if Weeden turns out to be a better baseball player than QB
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Postby cowboykillerzRGiii » Sat Apr 28, 2012 5:20 pm

I know the pukes moving up to get Claiborne was a good move but why did they get an A and us a B? I think its to early to tell but we had more picks and added a lot of competition at areas of need.
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Postby Red_One43 » Sat Apr 28, 2012 5:21 pm

frankcal20 wrote:With our final pick in the draft, Skins select Jordan Berstein DB - Iowa


How about nicknames? Those are cool. After he made this hit early in the season, the BHGP commentariat wuickly latched onto the "BOOMSTINE" moniker. It fits, it's fun to say, it sounds cool -- what more do you want in a nickname?


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Postby Countertrey » Sat Apr 28, 2012 5:24 pm

cowboykillerzRED wrote:I know the pukes moving up to get Claiborne was a good move but why did they get an A and us a B? I think its to early to tell but we had more picks and added a lot of competition at areas of need.
Franky, I don't get this at all... The Cowboys are not in decent (not great) shape at corner... but their Safety situation is horrendous... a selection of Barron would have been a home run, and would have been a very astute response to both Vick and Griffin, whom they must deal with twice each per year.
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Postby Red_One43 » Sat Apr 28, 2012 5:28 pm

Jordan Bernstein is the nephew of former NFL tight end/running back Rod Bernstine.


Some useless Trivia.


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Postby Countertrey » Sat Apr 28, 2012 5:29 pm

Red_One43 wrote:
frankcal20 wrote:With our final pick in the draft, Skins select Jordan Berstein DB - Iowa


How about nicknames? Those are cool. After he made this hit early in the season, the BHGP commentariat wuickly latched onto the "BOOMSTINE" moniker. It fits, it's fun to say, it sounds cool -- what more do you want in a nickname?


http://www.blackheartgoldpants.com/2012 ... -bernstine


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