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PostPosted: Sun Oct 15, 2006 12:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Be Tough to pass on Willis, but The Giants really need another corner.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 15, 2006 7:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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can rouse cover or is he another LB playing S?

He can cover pretty well. He is not a Meriweather caliber cover safety but he can cover well. He is underrated in that department
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 15, 2006 10:46 am    Post subject: Re: ah, what the hell, I'll do one. Reply with quote

Jayme96 wrote:
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14. Pittsburgh Steelers: LaMarr Woodley, OLB, Michigan
With Porter set to depart after this season, the Steelers will need to add new raw material to that D!ck LeBeau linebacker factory.

24. Cincinnati Bengals: Paul Posluszny, OLB, Penn State
Unfortunately, it looks as if David Pollack won't be able to make it back to the football field.


I think (hope) the Steelers would take the Poz if he was still around, unless there are more injury concerns I haven't heard of with him. Pollack's neck injury was career ending then? Hadn't read anything on him since he got hurt. That sucks if that's the case, he is one of 2 Bengal players I don't hate.

first, I don't think Poz fits the 3-4 at all. He's a smaller, sideline-to-sideline player, which doesn't really suit that scheme, and he's poor in pass coverage and unproven as a blitzer.

Second, It's highly unlikely that Pollack would be able to come back from a broken neck. He'll be lucky if he can live normally again.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 15, 2006 1:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good Cards pick, solid mock overall.
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same as StChamp98 said.
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07. Miami Dolphins: Jared Gaither, OT, Maryland
It'll be tough for Nick Saban to pass over his recruit LaRon Landry, but this team's offensive line has been a complete failure this season and Gaither provides the second best option for this team outside of Thomas along the OL.


Gaines Adams is BPA there I think Nick will take BPA there. According to past statements nick believes in later round Offensive linemen
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07. Miami Dolphins: Jared Gaither, OT, Maryland
It'll be tough for Nick Saban to pass over his recruit LaRon Landry, but this team's offensive line has been a complete failure this season and Gaither provides the second best option for this team outside of Thomas along the OL.


Gaines Adams is BPA there I think Nick will take BPA there. According to past statements nick believes in later round Offensive linemen
O Rly? Jason Allen certainly wasn't BPA for them this year.
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I agree with Jayme96, the Vikings don't need another raw WR, Troy Williamson is exactly that. We need a bigger possession guy with good hands.
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Teddy Ginn is a playmaker and we would be lucky to have him. IMO, he's a poor man's Reggie Bush.
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I like seeing Troy Smith in the 1st rd
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I cant help but think the Browns would take Gaither over Thomas...but good position nonetheless
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I like your mock, especially the saints pick. We need a playmaking LB
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24. Cincinnati Bengals: Paul Posluszny, OLB, Penn State
Unfortunately, it looks as if David Pollack won't be able to make it back to the football field.


If David can't play again we will need a LB replace him but dunno about pols....but atm signs pointing david will be back aslong as he doesnt require surgery.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 18, 2006 2:46 pm    Post subject: Re: ah, what the hell, I'll do one. Reply with quote

Tzimisce wrote:
Jayme96 wrote:
Tzimisce wrote:

14. Pittsburgh Steelers: LaMarr Woodley, OLB, Michigan
With Porter set to depart after this season, the Steelers will need to add new raw material to that D!ck LeBeau linebacker factory.

24. Cincinnati Bengals: Paul Posluszny, OLB, Penn State
Unfortunately, it looks as if David Pollack won't be able to make it back to the football field.


I think (hope) the Steelers would take the Poz if he was still around, unless there are more injury concerns I haven't heard of with him. Pollack's neck injury was career ending then? Hadn't read anything on him since he got hurt. That sucks if that's the case, he is one of 2 Bengal players I don't hate.

first, I don't think Poz fits the 3-4 at all. He's a smaller, sideline-to-sideline player, which doesn't really suit that scheme, and he's poor in pass coverage and unproven as a blitzer.

Second, It's highly unlikely that Pollack would be able to come back from a broken neck. He'll be lucky if he can live normally again.


Poz is bigger than he looks. He's 6'2, 238 lbs.....Larry Foote is 6'1" 239 lbs, Farrior is 6'2 243 lbs, Haggans 6'4" 243 lbs, Porter 6'3" 250 lbs. So he's almost the same size as all of them, with Porter being the only one considerably bigger. I'm sure they got heavier once they got to the NFL.....just genetics to keep filling out into your 20s. Instincts go a long way, and he has them. If the Steelers are going to resort to taking a 1st round LB, I think he'd be the choice. (He's played both MLB and OLB in PSU right?)

As for Pollack, I never have heard any details on his neck, just that it was broken. Could've been a hairline fracture for all I knew...haven't taken the time to look into it further.
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I dunno, Poz just doesn't seem to have the frame to be effective in the 3-4. I don't see him being too effective at taking on blocks at the pro level. He's another 'space' player like Pat Willis.
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