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 on: Today at 05:56:58 am 
Started by Sunstroke - Last post by Baba Booey
Not sure where you set your bar but we are 30th against the run. I'd consider that a pretty big issue.

He's a CB. Our run defense isn't hinging on if our CB's can tackle vs the run. That is all to do with DT's, DE's, and LB's let's keep it real

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 on: Today at 02:09:39 am 
Started by EDGECRUSHER - Last post by Anton
This was one of those guys who was our best player in a non-sexy position and during a time when the team struggled. I wish him the best. His body just couldn't hold up.

Yeah, it's sad to see him go.

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 on: Today at 12:07:57 am 
Started by Sunstroke - Last post by Tenshot13
Came out this morning Johnson has been removed from many teams draft boards for medical red flags. More than one medical issue.

Tankersley is a fine pick. His 2015 season was amazing. Last year with 8 INT's. I don't care if a CB can come up and tackle on a run, not why a team drafts a CB. If we are hoping a CB is helping our run stuffing game then we have much bigger issues. Can he cover and can he run. This kid can. For pick #97 its a good pick
I agree, good pick.  We're in the third round and this guy has starting lineup capabilities.

I'm liking this draft so far, addressing every need on defense.  We do need a guard though, and it might be tough finding value in the later rounds

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 on: April 28, 2017, 11:59:05 pm 
Started by Sunstroke - Last post by CF DolFan
If we are hoping a CB is helping our run stuffing game then we have much bigger issues.
Not sure where you set your bar but we are 30th against the run. I'd consider that a pretty big issue.

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 on: April 28, 2017, 11:57:32 pm 
Started by Sunstroke - Last post by Baba Booey
Jets have Calvin Pryor who they just took in Rd 1 a couple years back. Taking 2 safeties makes zero sense especially since the Jets offense is utter dog crap right now.

Bills first 2 picks are just replacements for guys they lost (Gillmore and Woods)....so are they better overall...probably not. Bills o-line was good anyway Dawkins is nice but how much better can he make their o-line, they already led the league or were 2nd or up there in total rushing. Not impressed with Bills draft.

49ers, Browns are winning this draft. I mean they might not win more than 4 games combined next year but they are planting seeds for years to come

 6 
 on: April 28, 2017, 11:55:51 pm 
Started by Sunstroke - Last post by CF DolFan
Keeping it in state ... I think both Tampa and Jax got better. Both have added some solid talent.

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 on: April 28, 2017, 11:54:41 pm 
Started by Sunstroke - Last post by Baba Booey
Came out this morning Johnson has been removed from many teams draft boards for medical red flags. More than one medical issue.

Tankersley is a fine pick. His 2015 season was amazing. Last year with 8 INT's. I don't care if a CB can come up and tackle on a run, not why a team drafts a CB. If we are hoping a CB is helping our run stuffing game then we have much bigger issues. Can he cover and can he run. This kid can. For pick #97 its a good pick

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 on: April 28, 2017, 11:25:09 pm 
Started by Sunstroke - Last post by CF DolFan
There are three OGs that should go within the next round or so that I'd be OK with seeing in a Miami uniform, Dorian Johnson, Isaac Asiata and Nico Siragusa. The small school kid I mentioned earlier in thread, Jordan Morgan, might last until Rd 5, but not much further
I thought for sure we'd select Johnson but noooo ... we take a freaking DB who not only can't stop the run ... he refuses to even try many times. Dude thinks he is Deion Sanders.  I really don't understand our thinking.

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 on: April 28, 2017, 11:08:52 pm 
Started by Sunstroke - Last post by Sunstroke

There are three OGs that should go within the next round or so that I'd be OK with seeing in a Miami uniform, Dorian Johnson, Isaac Asiata and Nico Siragusa. The small school kid I mentioned earlier in thread, Jordan Morgan, might last until Rd 5, but not much further.

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 on: April 28, 2017, 10:20:13 pm 
Started by Sunstroke - Last post by Sunstroke

Consider this kind of a digital notepad for draft thoughts not related to those Phunky Phins... Please feel free (or relatively cheap, anyway) to chime in on anything draft related.

* Jets have drafted safeties with their first two picks. Adams, I like a lot. Mayes, not so much. The Unholy Dickwads...um, I mean the Jets have many, many needs aside from safety. I don't see them improving dramatically because of their draft...

* The Bills, on the other hand, have been nothing short of fucking brilliant. CB Tredavious White is a rock, WR Zay Jones could end up as their best WR, and OG Dion Dawkins...well, see the Dolphins wish list thread for the consensus on him. Buffalo will be a better team in the coming years. Let us all just take a moment to offer up a sincere prayer that they don't find a real QB any time soon.

* The 49ers just traded away one of their early 3rd rounders to the Saints for a 2nd rounder next year...and the Saints snatched up RB Alvin Kamara from Tenn, an excellent pick. I'm a little pissed about this trade though, as I wanted Kamara for SF. He would have been a perfect "passing back, change of pace, lighten the load" complement back for Carlos Hyde. I understand what Lynch is doing, stockpiling draft currency for the better-QB class of 2018, in case their not-so-covert plan to lure Kirk Cousins doesn't pan out.. but I still think this was a missed opportunity for my beloved Niners. PS...If they take SDSU RB Donnel Pumphrey here in the next round or so (a poor man's Kamara), all will be forgiven...




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