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  • Uhhhhh.. I have a little problem. We knock OSACKpo for not being able to cover TEs and RBs yet we haven't seen Peppers do it. I'm not saying he's not capable of doing so I'm just saying.


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    • Originally posted by Brent View Post
      It seems his philosophy is look in FA for needs and BPA in the draft.
      That works great...if you are playing Madden Football.




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      • Originally posted by CJSchneider View Post
        That works great...if you are playing Madden Football.
        FA starters: Nate Clements, Justin Smith, Walt Harris, Takeo Spikes, Michael Lewis, Issac Bruce, Shaun Hill, Marvel Smith.

        Seems to work.

        Originally posted by YAYareaRB View Post
        You know it's very possible to draft Eric Berry AND Taylor Mays.

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        • We DO need another Corner though.

          New Corner - Eric Berry - Taylor Mays - Nate Clements

          Forgive the bulge in my pants.


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          • Originally posted by YAYareaRB View Post
            Uhhhhh.. I have a little problem. We knock OSACKpo for not being able to cover TEs and RBs yet we haven't seen Peppers do it. I'm not saying he's not capable of doing so I'm just saying.
            Bro, Peppers and O-Sack-po aren't even on the same planet when it comes to talent. I know you love him (and I was very high on him as well) but Orakpo has a long way to go to compare to Peppers.

            Peppers is a extremely rare talent - A workout warrior that CAN play football as well at a very high level and has been consistently dominant throughout his career. He is a game changer and therefore he is easily worth a chunk of cash and a first round pick in a trade. He has played in coverage, and because of his speed and rare athletic ability for a player his size (remember he played Basketball at UNC as well), I think he would be a DOMINANT OLB and would demand double teams constantly. He's a home run player if he can be landed.


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            • That is a STEAL in my opinion. We'd be getting Peppers for a 2nd and 4th.
              Originally posted by Babylon
              It's called Karma for all the years with Montana and Young.

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              • Originally posted by Brent View Post
                Mike Sando is incapable of talking about any thing other than how great Seattle is.
                He really does seem to be biased in that direction doesn't he? I think the best thing for him (and all of us) would be if they really sucked hardcore for the next few years so we could stop hearing about this dynasty that never was.

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                • I think he's worth a 5 or 6 year deal averaging around 10-12 Mil per year. I'm NOT big on trading a high pick AND signing him to a deal beating Haynesworth's contract (which he may want). I only hope that he would take elite money for a pass rusher and be happy, while being welcomed to a team that desperately needs him to rush the passer as a 3-4 OLB.

                  With the current situation (His contract killing the Panthers cap, them drafting a possible replacement, their need to get a higher draft pick back, etc.) this isn't a pipe dream. It's a real scenario that I would LOVE to see play out.


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                  Operation Pile Up Draft Picks for Re-Build: In progress, with much work to be done


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                  • nice article on Scotty Mac

                    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news;_yl...yhoo&type=lgns
                    Originally posted by Babylon
                    It's called Karma for all the years with Montana and Young.

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                    • Originally posted by king2am View Post
                      Actually, I don't know if i've ever heard him say we're targetting such and such position. I only hear him say "we're looking to draft good football players". So, by that vague statement, he can't ever really be wrong by not going in a position that we feel is a need.

                      As far as moving up to get Oher, it all depends on our board at the time. For instance, we moved up to get Staley because our FO only graded 21 or so players with a first round grade. They saw him slip, and decided to go get him. I imagine we still had a number of players with similar grades to Oher and that's why we felt comfortable standing pat. But then, like they said, the players they were targetting went off the board shortly before we picked, Alphonso Smith, Ron Brace, Eben Britton maybe?

                      And I personally believe Mac sticks to his board, so if he doesn't like it, then he trades out. If he needs it, he trades up. But like I said, I would imagine a number of guys had a similar grade to Oher, or maybe we were okay with keeping picks, hoping Britton would fall.

                      But as far as what he says vs. what he does, I don't think he's inconsisent. I think he's too vague to be inconsistent, but to be fair, I think all general managers and coaches are like that. Exception: Mike Singletary
                      see my issue is not so much what he believes in but it could be his tunnel vision. once his mind is set on 1 guy its been sold to the coaching staff. the crabtree pick to me was his boldest move to date to me. oher / britton/ darius butler / clint simtim / everette brown made tons of sense in the 2nd to me.

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                      • Originally posted by Madirishman View Post
                        I think he's worth a 5 or 6 year deal averaging around 10-12 Mil per year. I'm NOT big on trading a high pick AND signing him to a deal beating Haynesworth's contract (which he may want). I only hope that he would take elite money for a pass rusher and be happy, while being welcomed to a team that desperately needs him to rush the passer as a 3-4 OLB.

                        With the current situation (His contract killing the Panthers cap, them drafting a possible replacement, their need to get a higher draft pick back, etc.) this isn't a pipe dream. It's a real scenario that I would LOVE to see play out.
                        OK, I soooo wanted to sit here and say, "yes, this is a pipe dream," but one thing sticks out which is telling me that there is a real possibility of acquiring Peppers. It's the fact that we dealt the 2nd AND the 4th in that deal for the future first. Normally, a mid-2nd is worth a future first straight up. Nobody can actually trade for Peppers until he signs his tender. So it could be possible that we dealt the 2nd AND 4th picks in exchange for Peppers and the future 1st is kind of like collateral while the contract details are worked out. Then we send the 1st back in trade for Peppers once everything is worked out. It's probably a long shot, but it would make sense.
                        The Brian Sabean sig is no more. I disagreed with you on so many levels. And then you went out and built a dynasty. I am lame.

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                        • Originally posted by Borat View Post
                          OK, I soooo wanted to sit here and say, "yes, this is a pipe dream," but one thing sticks out which is telling me that there is a real possibility of acquiring Peppers. It's the fact that we dealt the 2nd AND the 4th in that deal for the future first. Normally, a mid-2nd is worth a future first straight up. Nobody can actually trade for Peppers until he signs his tender. So it could be possible that we dealt the 2nd AND 4th picks in exchange for Peppers and the future 1st is kind of like collateral while the contract details are worked out. Then we send the 1st back in trade for Peppers once everything is worked out. It's probably a long shot, but it would make sense.
                          So you're sayin there's a chance?! :)


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                          • http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs...es/021998.html

                            Cal linebacker Worrell Williams was at camp today on a try-out basis. Williams, however, is hurt and did not work out. No word yet on the injury.
                            I know how some of you love Worrell.

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                            • Originally posted by Madirishman View Post
                              So you're sayin there's a chance?! :)


                              Had to be done.

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                              • I don't think we will make a play for Peppers. He's 29 and is brand new to the 3-4 after playing the 4-3 for so long. Plus he's going to want a gigantic contract and i wonder how motivated he will be after he gets paid. Not to mention this whole thing started from a opinion provided by Matt Barrows.

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