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 Post subject: How To Draft All Florida Players
 Post Posted: Thu Mar 07, 2013 9:24 pm 
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Trade:

Matt Flynn, 2013 2nd, 2014 1st
For Jacksonville 2013 1st and 2nd Rounder

Draft:

1. Shariff Floyd, DT, Florida
2. Matt Elam, SS, Florida
3. Jordan Reed, TE, Florida
4. Jelani Jenkins, OLB, Florida
5. Lerentee McCray, ILB, Florida
5. Josh Evans, FS, Florida
6. Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin
7. Caleb Sturgis, K, Florida

Sign:

Tim Tebow QB/FB (LOL!), Alan Branch DT/DE

Depth Chart:

QB: Russell Wilson | Mike Rob | Tim Tebow
WR1: Sidney Rice
WR2: Percy Harvin
WR3: Golden Tate | Doug Baldwin
TE: Zach Miller | Anthony McCoy | Jordan Reed**
FB: Mike Rob | Tim Tebow
RB: Marshawn Lynch | Robert Turbin

LT: Russell Okung | Ricky Wagner**
LG: James Carpenter | John Moffitt
C: Max Unger | Lemuel Jeanpierre
RG: Paul McQuistan | J.R. Sweezy
RT: Ricky Wagner** | Breno Giacomini

LDE: Red Bryant | Alan Branch | Greg Scruggs
LDT: Shariff Floyd** | Alan Branch | Jaye Howard
RDT: Brandon Mebane | Clint McDonald
RDE: Cliff Avril | Bruce Irvin | Chris Clemons

LOLB: Jelani Jenkins** | Malcom Smith
MLB: Bobby Wagner | Lerentee McCray**
ROLB: K.J. Wright | Mike Morgan

LCB: Richard Sherman | Jeremy Lane
RCB: Brandon Browner | Byron Maxwell
Nickel: Matt Elam**
SS: Kam Chancelor | Matt Elam**
FS: Earl Thomas | Josh Evans**


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 Post subject: Re: Mock Draft + Trade + FA
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Really, Bush? Bryant more likely then Bush me thinks.


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 Post subject: Re: Mock Draft + Trade + FA
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I may not love all the picks but I like the rationale behind them. Can Bush do kick returns? Not sure I see that move happening unless he has zero market and the Seahawks think he could make Washington expendable.


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 Post subject: Re: Mock Draft + Trade + FA
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Cleveland doesn't have a second rounder.

Jacksonville won't give us the #33 pick for Flynn and a 5th rounder.


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 Post subject: Re: Mock Draft + Trade + FA
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i would like to see them take tank carradine with the first pick without the injury he would be top ten pick possible steal of the draft


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I think if Carradine really was a stealth top 10 pick that's being knocked down for an injury he had a long time ago, you'd see that reflected in his draft stock. He might not go top 10, but he'd probably be mocked in the top 25.

In other words, I think the top 10 talk for Carradine was probably off the mark in the first place.


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Carradine is Okayish. He's a bit cumbersome sometimes. Not a great speed guy. Sometimes a bit slow off the snap. Likes a hand swipe move that works more often than it should. Will it work in the NFL? Not sure. He doesn't really use anything else. Has a nice lean. More consistent in causing problems than Werner. Can't knock his production since he started for FSU. But he was always a solid second rounder, maybe late first. And the injury is a turn off.


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I'm by no means a Reggie Bush fan but think he could be had for relative value and can be a real weapon in the offensive game. Our offense would be stacked with Lynch, Bush, Rice, Tate, Hunter, Miller, Reed and we would have many many packages to work with and give defense all kinds of trouble.


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I've been hip to bringing Bush in as well. He adds depth at RB/Slot/HB. I think having a Bush type as Wilson's safety valve would be deadly.

To be fair to Bush though, he's earned a gig like the Lions one. He played tough and hard for the Dolphins. He's not QUITE ready to resign himself to situational type.


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pehawk wrote:
I've been hip to bringing Bush in as well. He adds depth at RB/Slot/HB. I think having a Bush type as Wilson's safety valve would be deadly.

To be fair to Bush though, he's earned a gig like the Lions one. He played tough and hard for the Dolphins. He's not QUITE ready to resign himself to situational type.


What makes the Lion's situation much better? Leshoure is their lead back and Joique will give him competition. Just as Marshawn will be our lead back and Turbo will give Bush competition here.

The advantage we have is the environment. Players want to play in Seattle. Who actually wants to live in Detroit?


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Leshoure wouldn't be ahead of Bush.


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Bush couldn't wrestle the lead back job away from Daniel Thomas, what makes you think that he can from Leshoure? Bush IS a situational RB... it only took 7 years to figure that out


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pehawk wrote:
Leshoure wouldn't be ahead of Bush.


They like Leshoure a lot over there.


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Am I the only one who wants to sign Delanie Walker at right price?

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 Post subject: Re: Mock Draft + Trade + FA
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No discussion on Cornelius Washington?



My take is that he doesn't shed blocks very well, doesn't always demonstrate good pad levels and needs better awareness vs the run. Still, I think he has rare athleticism and a high ceiling for a mid round pick and could be a great fit for our scheme with some polish.


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theENGLISHseahawk wrote:
pehawk wrote:
Leshoure wouldn't be ahead of Bush.


They like Leshoure a lot over there.


Meh, could be. I forget how dysfunctional they are. Unless I'm missing something on the guy. You like him?


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I don't mind him. Had him in a couple of fantasy teams last year and some weeks he'd win you a week, others he'd score a couple of points and you'd want to cut him on the spot. They had another guy (Bell?) taking a lot of his touches away. But I think they like the extra physicality of a big back to go with a smaller pass catcher.


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theENGLISHseahawk wrote:
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Leshoure wouldn't be ahead of Bush.


They like Leshoure a lot over there.


They don't like him enough to keep him on the field the last two minutes of the game. Leshoure is a one dimensional back, who really isn't that physical for a "big back", and isn't a polished enough pass catcher or blocker to stay on the field on third downs or in hurry up/2min drill. While the depth chart may not indicate this, I think if Detroit had a chance to upgrade they would, and they also wouldn't hesitate to give another RB (that fit their profile a little better) the lions share of the carries.

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theENGLISHseahawk wrote:
pehawk wrote:
Leshoure wouldn't be ahead of Bush.


They like Leshoure a lot over there.


They don't like him enough to keep him on the field the last two minutes of the game. Leshoure is a one dimensional back, who really isn't that physical for a "big back", and isn't a polished enough pass catcher or blocker to stay on the field on third downs or in hurry up/2min drill. While the depth chart may not indicate this, I think if Detroit had a chance to upgrade they would, and they also wouldn't hesitate to give another RB (that fit their profile a little better) the lions share of the carries.


Dont do that again.


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They don't like him enough to keep him on the field the last two minutes of the game. Leshoure is a one dimensional back, who really isn't that physical for a "big back", and isn't a polished enough pass catcher or blocker to stay on the field on third downs or in hurry up/2min drill. While the depth chart may not indicate this, I think if Detroit had a chance to upgrade they would, and they also wouldn't hesitate to give another RB (that fit their profile a little better) the lions share of the carries.


Dont do that again.


Ha, didn't even notice it. That is bad.

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I like some of the players you mocked to us, they fit the size/speed type of players the Seahawks like. I like Elam, but we already have a lot of quality depth at safety...So what is your reasoning for selecting Elam? Do you envision him as the nickel CB or big nickel?


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cover-2 wrote:
I like some of the players you mocked to us, they fit the size/speed type of players the Seahawks like. I like Elam, but we already have a lot of quality depth at safety...So what is your reasoning for selecting Elam? Do you envision him as the nickel CB or big nickel?


Isn't Kam an FA after next season?


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HawksFTW wrote:
theENGLISHseahawk wrote:
pehawk wrote:
Leshoure wouldn't be ahead of Bush.


They like Leshoure a lot over there.


They don't like him enough to keep him on the field the last two minutes of the game. Leshoure is a one dimensional back, who really isn't that physical for a "big back", and isn't a polished enough pass catcher or blocker to stay on the field on third downs or in hurry up/2min drill. While the depth chart may not indicate this, I think if Detroit had a chance to upgrade they would, and they also wouldn't hesitate to give another RB (that fit their profile a little better) the lions share of the carries.



Looks like the Lions signed Bush, with a promise of being the starting RB. Who woulda thunk it? :snack:

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 Post subject: Re: How To Draft All Florida Players
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Trade:

Matt Flynn, 2013 2nd, 2014 1st
For Jacksonville 2013 1st and 2nd Rounder

Draft:

1. Shariff Floyd, DT, Florida
2. Matt Elam, SS, Florida
3. Jordan Reed, TE, Florida
4. Jelani Jenkins, OLB, Florida
5. Lerentee McCray, ILB, Florida
5. Josh Evans, FS, Florida
6. Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin
7. Caleb Sturgis, K, Florida

Sign:

Tim Tebow QB/FB (LOL!), Alan Branch DT/DE

Depth Chart:

QB: Russell Wilson | Mike Rob | Tim Tebow
WR1: Sidney Rice
WR2: Percy Harvin
WR3: Golden Tate | Doug Baldwin
TE: Zach Miller | Anthony McCoy | Jordan Reed**
FB: Mike Rob | Tim Tebow
RB: Marshawn Lynch | Robert Turbin

LT: Russell Okung | Ricky Wagner**
LG: James Carpenter | John Moffitt
C: Max Unger | Lemuel Jeanpierre
RG: Paul McQuistan | J.R. Sweezy
RT: Ricky Wagner** | Breno Giacomini

LDE: Red Bryant | Alan Branch | Greg Scruggs
LDT: Shariff Floyd** | Alan Branch | Jaye Howard
RDT: Brandon Mebane | Clint McDonald
RDE: Cliff Avril | Bruce Irvin | Chris Clemons

LOLB: Jelani Jenkins** | Malcom Smith
MLB: Bobby Wagner | Lerentee McCray**
ROLB: K.J. Wright | Mike Morgan

LCB: Richard Sherman | Jeremy Lane
RCB: Brandon Browner | Byron Maxwell
Nickel: Matt Elam**
SS: Kam Chancelor | Matt Elam**
FS: Earl Thomas | Josh Evans**


Edited OP. Realistically mocking our draft is fruitless so I went for something that's a bit more fun.


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 Post subject: Re: How To Draft All Florida Players
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Epic. Love the Florida mock followed by a bunch of comments on players you don't have in the OP. : )


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 Post subject: Re: How To Draft All Florida Players
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Epic. Love the Florida mock followed by a bunch of comments on players you don't have in the OP. : )


HAH, thanks. Yeah I figured it was better to edit the OP than to start a whole new thread. There are so many new mocks everyday it makes my head spin.


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