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2019 NFL Draft
Wed Sep 19, 2018 6:04 pm
  • Are we allowed to throw out ideas and opinions of who you want.....or is it waaaaaay too soon.

    I'd like to discuss this since I see this season is almost completely shot....even though it's only been 2 games.

    Top 5 pick here we come!!!!!
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
Wed Sep 19, 2018 6:21 pm
  • Discuss all you want, but if we turn the tide you may look the fool for your top 5 pick statement.
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
Thu Sep 20, 2018 7:05 pm
  • The worst would be if the team went 7-9 just sitting there in the low teens.
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
Sat Sep 22, 2018 9:56 am
  • sdog1981 wrote:The worst would be if the team went 7-9 just sitting there in the low teens.

    Say it ain't so, man!!!!! That's terrifying!!!

    Top 5!!!

    Can we finally get a good offensive lineman?!?!
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
Wed Oct 17, 2018 2:35 pm
  • sdog1981 wrote:The worst would be if the team went 7-9 just sitting there in the low teens.


    This is exactly whats going to happen at this years end. And its not so bad of a position to be in, we don't have to pay top ten money for a player who fell to us.
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
Thu Oct 18, 2018 9:04 am
  • There should be some really good edge prospects in the low teens and beyond. Sweat, Burns, Polite, Winovich amongst others.
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
Thu Oct 18, 2018 10:48 am
  • Funny how things change in a few weeks. We're likely 7-9 now at worst assuming we beat 9ers twice, Arizona and Detroit. Other tougher games are at home as well which helps.

    What pass rushers should we be looking at? Defensive ends and replacements for KJ?

    Possibly a replacement for Baldwin?
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
Thu Oct 18, 2018 12:30 pm
  • Glasgow Seahawk wrote:Funny how things change in a few weeks. We're likely 7-9 now at worst assuming we beat 9ers twice, Arizona and Detroit. Other tougher games are at home as well which helps.

    What pass rushers should we be looking at? Defensive ends and replacements for KJ?

    Possibly a replacement for Baldwin?


    For what reason? We should be replacing Wilson if it's for the reason I think your posting this for, he will be more expensive and we know that Cap comes out of every fans pocket.

    Given the amount we pay him and what he means to the team and to our QB this is like saying hey Largent has been here a few years lets unload him.
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
Sat Oct 20, 2018 10:59 am
  • Ok, here's a player to check out: Texas Tech LB #40 Dokata Allen 6' 1" 235 projected 4th to 6th round, plays both mike and will LB. He has a nose for finding the ball and attacks. Plays both the run and pass, and he stands out around the goal line. Worth checking him out! Cheers
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
Sat Oct 20, 2018 3:07 pm
  • Kaden Smith, TE from stanford
    Jonah Williams, OT from Alabama
    Zach Allen, DE from Boston College
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
Sun Oct 21, 2018 11:21 am
  • chris98251 wrote:
    Glasgow Seahawk wrote:Funny how things change in a few weeks. We're likely 7-9 now at worst assuming we beat 9ers twice, Arizona and Detroit. Other tougher games are at home as well which helps.

    What pass rushers should we be looking at? Defensive ends and replacements for KJ?

    Possibly a replacement for Baldwin?


    For what reason? We should be replacing Wilson if it's for the reason I think your posting this for, he will be more expensive and we know that Cap comes out of every fans pocket.

    Given the amount we pay him and what he means to the team and to our QB this is like saying hey Largent has been here a few years lets unload him.


    I don't think it's regarding the cost. His contract basically can't easily be shed before it expires in 2020. Remember he restructured in order to accommodate Sheldon Richardson. So it's no longer a team friendly deal.

    I expect it'd be because he'll be 32 when that time comes. Honestly, it's not a horrible notion. Don't think of him as a 'replacement' for Doug. More a successor who happens to learn from one of the best and maybe even form a great triple threat with Baldwin and Lockett.

    I would sure rather get a great WR if available than whatever garbage we've gotten in R1/R2 for the last six years because of 'need'. That's a whole different draft philosophy discussion though.

    As for the above suggestion -- I didn't see it as trying to force Doug out the door or to try and trade him for picks. More of a realistic nod that continuity of WR talent during the ebb prime years of Wilson is important. And if we wait until we have to have a receiver it's a very low probability that a great one will be available. And given the average time it takes for good WR talent to reach maturity -- planning ahead at that position is wise.

    sdog1981 wrote:The worst would be if the team went 7-9 just sitting there in the low teens.


    Not necessarily.

    Although the draft position isn't ideal, how you achieved that record is crucial.

    If you're ascending, with a decent allotment of core players who are coalescing into a strong foundation, then draft position really doesn't matter. Because you already have your core established and you're filling out role players and hopefully getting star talent for down the road.

    If you're middling, with no real direction of how to win, or with core players that are ill fitting and more just a collection of talent than a good mix of talent -- that's the worst. There are plenty of teams out there that fit this billing. Rudderless and aimless. Their drafts year to year belie a constipated philosophy of how to win in this league.

    Honestly, I still expect us to be around 7-9 or 8-8. But I feel that this team is not looking to create its core. It seems to already have that. The fact that we're not making a lot of picks in this draft is not a huge liability for me. It's deep where we need it. And results aside, it should feel like we've found our identity.
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