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Old 01-15-2012, 08:43 PM    (permalink
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I'm a big Kendall Wright fan, unlike Torrey who is simply a deep ball guy Wright's explosiveness and athleticism translates to the full route tree. Having two explosive guys like him and Smith with Boldin/Pitta/Dickson/Doss working the inside, Joe Flacco would have no more excuses.
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Wright is a first round pick I wouldn't mind. I would prefer getting a receiver with size since we lack that big threat on the outside but Wright is good prospect. Of course we actually already have two guys with explosive speed, just one of them was hurt for the first half of the season and Flacco doesn't seem to have chemistry with him at all now. Evans is under contract for another year though so maybe he does something next season.

I want to bring back the RB debate. In my opinion we shouldn't spend a high pick on the position since we're already going to be investing quite a bit in Rice this offseason and we have other holes that are more important to fill with a 1st-3rd round pick. I don't envision a 1st round scenario at all where a RB would be the best pick and even in the 2nd round it would be tough to justify from my point of view. There's a few guys projected in the 3rd round that seem to be good values at this point but still I would rather look somewhere else. Of course this all depends on what the situation is when we pick but I really want us to focus on another position. Especially if Cameron is back...
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The Ravens are looking likely to get a 4th round compensation pick for Dawan Landry. Maybe we use that pick on a guy like Isaiah Pead?
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I want to bring back the RB debate. In my opinion we shouldn't spend a high pick on the position since we're already going to be investing quite a bit in Rice this offseason and we have other holes that are more important to fill with a 1st-3rd round pick. I don't envision a 1st round scenario at all where a RB would be the best pick and even in the 2nd round it would be tough to justify from my point of view. There's a few guys projected in the 3rd round that seem to be good values at this point but still I would rather look somewhere else. Of course this all depends on what the situation is when we pick but I really want us to focus on another position. Especially if Cameron is back...
Given that our offense rides one player as much as anyone in the league, I think it's pretty important to have someone behind him who can step in a continue to play at a high level. I actually really like Ricky's contribution this year. He doesn't have the ability to rip off random big runs like Willis did but he's very reliable and you can count on him getting four-five yards every time he touches the ball. Still, I'm not sure anyone really sees him as a long term solution. If Ray goes down, it's hard to see the offense taking a big step back. On a team that is clearly run first, you gotta think it's pretty key to have a talented #2 back long term.

Now coordinatior, where should we draft one? I'd be fine with a RB anywhere outside of round 1 but like you said, it really comes down to value. If we can get a better value in the 4th round, I'd be on board with passing on one early. But if the value with there in the 2nd round, I'd support that as well.
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Given that our offense rides one player as much as anyone in the league, I think it's pretty important to have someone behind him who can step in a continue to play at a high level. I actually really like Ricky's contribution this year. He doesn't have the ability to rip off random big runs like Willis did but he's very reliable and you can count on him getting four-five yards every time he touches the ball. Still, I'm not sure anyone really sees him as a long term solution. If Ray goes down, it's hard to see the offense taking a big step back. On a team that is clearly run first, you gotta think it's pretty key to have a talented #2 back long term.

Now coordinatior, where should we draft one? I'd be fine with a RB anywhere outside of round 1 but like you said, it really comes down to value. If we can get a better value in the 4th round, I'd be on board with passing on one early. But if the value with there in the 2nd round, I'd support that as well.
It's true that we probably need another guy who can step up and run the ball should Ray go down.

I personally feel that a top 100 pick is too high for a running back that your going to sit on the bench but if the value is there and certain other players are off the board, then I guess I wouldn't mind it so much.

My issue is when people mock us one with a talented player at a position of need is on the board.
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It's true that we probably need another guy who can step up and run the ball should Ray go down.

I personally feel that a top 100 pick is too high for a running back that your going to sit on the bench but if the value is there and certain other players are off the board, then I guess I wouldn't mind it so much.

My issue is when people mock us one with a talented player at a position of need is on the board.
I'd be very alright with Chris Polk in the 2nd for Baltimore.
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Given that our offense rides one player as much as anyone in the league, I think it's pretty important to have someone behind him who can step in a continue to play at a high level. I actually really like Ricky's contribution this year. He doesn't have the ability to rip off random big runs like Willis did but he's very reliable and you can count on him getting four-five yards every time he touches the ball. Still, I'm not sure anyone really sees him as a long term solution. If Ray goes down, it's hard to see the offense taking a big step back. On a team that is clearly run first, you gotta think it's pretty key to have a talented #2 back long term.

Now coordinatior, where should we draft one? I'd be fine with a RB anywhere outside of round 1 but like you said, it really comes down to value. If we can get a better value in the 4th round, I'd be on board with passing on one early. But if the value with there in the 2nd round, I'd support that as well.
That's just the thing, do we really need to draft one? Williams still has a year left after this season and I don't think we'll be cutting him this offseason. Of course he's not a long-term option but for another year he's fine. I'd rather pick through the cheap free agents for a backup RB than waste a draft pick on one, especially a high pick. Sure if Rice went down we'd be in trouble but I don't think that's a particularly strong argument since it could be made for any position.
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Would you be with an Audie Cole or Mike Brewster still on the board?
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31-27
This is it boys.
I see this game being one to remember.
Obviously, the team is hard at work in preperation to not only stop New Englands passing game, but attack it as well.
Known for stuffing any running game, Baltimores defense will shy away from loading the box, instead relying on a tight inside pass rush and mostly nickle packages.
#1 Problem is Gronk. If he's doing deep, surely Reed will shadow, but underneath look for Pollard to deliver the hit.
Wes Welker is tough to handle in space, so tackling will be essential.
Our D must;
- Be physical at the line; jam the recievers and be relentless.
- Mixed up inside stunt blitzes to force Brady outside the pocket.
- Communicate and play nasty.
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I see the Ravens D coming out strong in the first half.
Ray Rice will get his chances and capitalize.
Ravens fluster Brady and eliminate Welker at the line.
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I really hope we end up with one of the top 4 centers. The free agent class is pretty uninspiring and I'd rather not bring back Birk or Gurode. Right now I'd say our targets should be LT, C, ILB, WR, S, DE, and CB in that order. Throw in OLB before WR if Johnson leaves.
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We gotta get faster and more athletic at linebacker.
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AKA just say no to Hightower.
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If we have Ray coming back next season we MUST Get Taze!!!!!!
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You guys know how much I love Taze but if for some reason that doesn't work out, I would be totally on board with Zach Brown from UNC even if he isn't the best fit in a 34.
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True i could live with a 43 of McClain/Lewis/Brown at LB if we get him.
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I didn't mean move to a 43, I meant play him inside next to Ray.
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I would like to know your thoughts on.....

Pick #29 CB Janoris Jenkins which moves CB Jimmy Smith over to FS Eddie Reed's replacement
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I would keep Smith at CB he is too talented to not be a CB. I will be fine w/ Jenkins,Webb,Smith. That would be a sick ass trio
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I didn't mean move to a 43, I meant play him inside next to Ray.
I have often thought about this as a BPA move.

I think he could put on a few pounds to help as well... I'm not completely opposed to it and it's growing on me as an option if Taze Kuechly Konz and Mike Adams are off the board.

He's kind of right there with Alshon Jeffery and Courtney Upshaw for me
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Pick #29 CB Janoris Jenkins which moves CB Jimmy Smith over to FS Eddie Reed's replacement
I might be a bit opposed after he measured up to 5'9" today, if he could be a #1/#2 type I would be okay with it but I'm just not as sure anymore with his height.

I know that these triangle #s aren't the end all be all, but being 5'9" makes it tough.
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Old 01-23-2012, 09:29 PM    (permalink
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I might be a bit opposed after he measured up to 5'9" today, if he could be a #1/#2 type I would be okay with it but I'm just not as sure anymore with his height.

I know that these triangle #s aren't the end all be all, but being 5'9" makes it tough.
Not implying he is the same exact guy, but Finnegan has been a terror with his size & in all actuality Jenkins is the #1 CB off the board this year if it weren't for the off the field issues.
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I hope you guys have finally realized we don't need to draft a CB in the 1st.
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yea but when do you ever draft for need. There is a legit chance that Jenkins is the BPA at our pick. Its not like Cary WIlliams is a stud
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I hope you guys have finally realized we don't need to draft a CB in the 1st.
I would only be for it in a last case scenario type deal but I will say that the best way to eventually replace Reed might be to have a solid CB corps.

If Jimmy Smith becomes the #1 guy we hope he will be, it would be nice to get a guy who would push Webb down into the nickel position where we can really utilize his blitzing ability and he is generally flat out dominant.


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Not implying he is the same exact guy, but Finnegan has been a terror with his size & in all actuality Jenkins is the #1 CB off the board this year if it weren't for the off the field issues.
The odds are against him and to be honest I would still probably take Claiborne first
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Pick #29 CB Janoris Jenkins which moves CB Jimmy Smith over to FS Eddie Reed's replacement
That's an absolutely terrible idea. One of Smith's biggest advantages is his size for the CB position and since he can turn in man coverage very well there's no reason to turn him into a S. We bb would be far more likely to be moved there since that's where he actually played in college but I'd rather keep him at CB too since he's another guy that can stick in man coverage. My god that's just a bad idea.
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