chris98251 wrote:but RT is not our weakness
chris98251 wrote:Moffit , Carpenter and Sweezy all guys that can play gaurd,
kearly wrote:Luker, thank you for providing rationale behind picks. No disrespect to some of the other mocks, but a lot of them just feel like names picked at random.
theENGLISHseahawk wrote:But two thing -- one, there's no way on earth he lasts until #25 because somebody is going to draft him to play left tackle in the top-20.
Two, he just doesn't translate to the right side. He's a bit like Antony Castonzo. You wouldn't move him to the right either.
And they're not going to draft a tackle in round one. I'd put money on that and I barely ever gamble.
lukerguy wrote:I would have put money that we wouldn't have drafted a Saftey last year as well, but JS said post draft they were going to take Barron if he was there at 12...so I think they look at things a bit differently then you and I.
Recon_Hawk wrote:lukerguy wrote:I would have put money that we wouldn't have drafted a Saftey last year as well, but JS said post draft they were going to take Barron if he was there at 12...so I think they look at things a bit differently then you and I.
Small correction. JS never said he was for sure going to take Barron if he was there.
He said they had two other defensive players graded above Irvin, Barron and I believe Kuechly, but that doesn't necessarily mean they would have pick them if they were available.
pehawk wrote:No offense, but last year I heard Seattle believes so strongly in Cable's ability that they'll never take a OL high in the draft (from now on). This was in regards to DeCastro. Cable may be achieving Gibbs status who once famously said "I can get any bum off the highway to play guard". Carp returning adds depth to both guard spots AND tackle. Frank Oma(sp)whatever also played well.
Unlike others, I see the OL as stacked.
Unless he's SO good the Sehawks have no choice...which is how they got Hutch (gee, the one pick Holmgren didn't draft for need).
Appreciate this though, homey.