Walter Football 4 Round Mock.

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  1. Troysif

    Troysif A True Fan Donator

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    http://walterfootball.com/draft2010.php

    As of 2/16/10

    Has us taking...

    1. Rolando McClain ILB
    2. Ricky Sapp OLB
    3. Jeremy Williams WR
    4. Ed Dickson TE

    I think Williams might be a little bit of a reach. Maybe not, im using my lack of prospect knowledge to make that opinion. Kinda think i would rather see Graham at TE in the 4th round.
     
  2. X-Pacolypse

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    No NT? That's a problem.
     
  3. j-off-her-doll

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    I don't see the point of the Williams pick. I've been on the DON'T draft McClain bandwagon. But, we could do worse. I don't think Sapp will be there in the 2nd, but he's a more impressive athlete than I thought (got an early glimpse of Confucius' video cut up - minus the essay). I think he's a gamble, but in the 2nd, he'd be a reasonable gamble.

    And, yes, that sound was me eating my words.
     
  4. dphin13

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    i don't like the sapp pick because kindle is still there and i'll take jimmy gramah over ed dickson
     
  5. mmikel30

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    make it-
    1.) Brandon Grahm
    2.) Cam Thomas
    3.) Demariyus Thomas
    4.) Jimmy Grahm

    then I'll like it a lot more

    2 Thomas and 2 Grahms ...lol
     
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    Love the first two picks. However, Jeremy Williams over Demaryius Thomas and Reshad Jones? Ed Dickson over Demaryius Thomas and Jimmy Graham?
     
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    screw his mock... the PERFECT mock offseason for us would be

    Sign Dansby
    4th and player for Boldin

    Draft-

    1) Derrick Morgan/Brandon Graham/Everson Griffin, SOLB
    2) Terrence Cody/Cam Thomas, NT
    3) Alex Carrington, DE

    We completely renovate our front 7 replacing all the weeklinks.

    We give Henne a legit #1, though he is only a stop gap, it would be an amazing pickup.

    Next year we can draft one of the following:
    Julio Jones
    AJ Jones
    Jonathan Baldwin
    Michael Floyd
    Deandre Brown

    and a RB in the 2nd.
     
  8. Mr_Freezetag

    Mr_Freezetag Knowledge Hunter

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    So your content with Mr. Wilson being our safety net next year?

    In a "PERFECT mock offseason" we would include some sort of change at FS....
     
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    Im pretty confident in clemons ability, i say move wilson to SS and Clemons to FS, you cant fix every whole in one offseason and getting pressure from Griffin, wake, starks, cody, and Carrington, sometimes even dansby, can only improve this secondary. Not to mention the improving CB's should improve it and us maybe possibly finally being able to cover a TE with dansby..

    Im not saying they often did but with a MUCH improved front 7, the safties can worry about the pass more and play deeper with run stopping guys like griffin, cody, carrington, and dansby..
     
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    Mr_Freezetag Knowledge Hunter

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    When you say perfect it means perfect. No holes.

    I am not willing to sacrifice Bell so Wilson can move to SS and fail there. As far as Clemons, I just don't know. It would be a toss up for me.
     
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    Not bad but what player and a 4th for Boldin? Ginn? I think they'd ask for more than that.

    If we didn't land Boldin and Dez Bryant was gone at 1.12, then how about....

    FA) Karlos Dansby LB
    FA) Ben Watson TE
    1.) Dan Williams NT
    2.) Demaryius Thomas WR
    3.) AJ Edds LB
    4.) Larry Asante FS

    That looks solid b/c Henne has veteran TEs (Watson and Fasano) and RBs (R&R) to compliment the young WRs (Thomas, Hartline, Bess). The defense gets a young NT, 2 LBs and a FS.

    A WR1 (like Marshall or Austin or Boldin) will be harder to land than a TE1 which we can get in Watson who is an UFA.

    Same goes for NT where Wilfork, Hampton, Franklin and Pickett will all be franchised but we could find a free agent LB like Dansby or at least Antonio Pierce.
     
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    You want to sacrifice a pro bowl SS to replace him with Wilson who showed no signs of being a pro bowl caliber player.
     
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    Idc what the votes say, he was NOWHERE near pro bowl caliber. he is also much older than Wilson and is being paid like 13 million i believe which is ABSURD.
     
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    3 years difference isn't much older. I would much rather have a good older player than a bad "younger player" Your also right 13 million is absurd. BUT i doubt there is anyone on our team that is making that kind of money. Jake Long is probably only making 9 and is the highest paid player on the team.
     
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    If you READ my post you will see that it says the opposite.

    "I am NOT willing to sacrifice Bell so Wilson can move to SS and fail there"

    And Pro Bowl don't mean squat these days. I'm not a fan of trying to replace every other player on this squad. IMO Bell should remain where he is. Simple as that. But I hear those who are not satisfied with his performance. But I believe Nolan will want him out there because Bell can be the playmaker.

    As much as people defend Wilson for the lack of the front 7 not being solid, or our rookie DB's need time to develop, just as much of that argument can be made for Bell.
     
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    Sorry i did not see that you said "not" Anyways someone else decided to argue with that logic.
     
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    My bad. I guess my response came off a bit d**k. Didn't mean it that way.

    Cheers
     
  18. state06

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    if that is the way the draft works out, i personally don't have TOOO much of a problem with it. Revamping the front 7 with those draftees could significantly increase our pass rush and hurry the QB, which in turn makes the secondary job easier.
     
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    Any scenario that doesn't cut WILSON outright sux Moosecock. He can't cover his anus. His strength was supposed to be against the run. But he misses way too many tackles to even be considered mediocre against the run. Oh, and BELL in fact IS A PRO BOWL SS, according to a lot of TEs, including T GONZALEZ.

    I'm looking for a doable plan, which co-ordinates F/A and the Draft. The best that I can come up with is this: (A) F/A--(1) DANSBY: if he's there, don't cheapskate out of it. If you could give GROVE bigbucks, you can do so to get DANSBY. (2) A ROLLE: unless his $$$ demands are ridiculous, get him,too. (3) A BRYANT: he has enough size, speed and talent i/m/o to be a legit bigtime #1 WR. He had maturity issues while young, but seems to have grown up. His problem lately has been a weak team w/a bunch of DONALD DUCKS masquerading as QBs, throwing him the ball. He shouldn't cost TOO much...and he costs no draft picks at all. THAT's IT FOR F/A, unless...WILFORK hits the market, in which case, all bets are off. But I doubt that it'll happen. (B) THE DRAFT--(a) McCLAIN: Even if I got DANSBY, I'd draft McCLAIN, and if needs be, I'd try to move up past DENVER to get him...whatever it takes, short of givng up our 2d and 3rd Round picks. (b) FOR OUR 2d ROUND PICK, whoever's still there of EVERSON GRIFFIN, CAM THOMAS, RICKY SAPP, BRANDON GRAHAM and TERRENCE CODY, in that order. Hopefully, at least one of them will be there. (C) FOR OUR THIRD ROUND PICK, I'd take anyone listed as a prospect for the 2nd Round who is still available...or if none, then best available OLB or TE. I personally hope it's a TE...named GRAHAM. I rate GRAHAM higher than everyone else.

    I'm assuming that we used our 4th and one of our 6th Round picks to jump past DENVER to get McCLAIN. The remaining 6th and 7th is strictly for quality depth/role players.
     
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    As would I. Dickson is good, but Graham is a local product with a much higher ceiling. :up:
     

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