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2012-02-28 02:48:09 PM  

moefuggenbrew: OK I think RG3 is good but they are expecting at least "two first-round picks, a third-round pick and a fifth-round choice."

I don't know how many active, proven QB's I would trade that many draft picks for.
Well yes I do: (no particular order)
Rodgers
Manning
Brees
Newton
Brady
R Burger


Manning I'd hesitate to trade that much for. Even if he comes back 100%, he's got what...2-3 years left tops? You can't toss away a large talent pool for one guy that near the twilight of his career.
 
2012-02-28 02:55:53 PM  

Why Would I Read the Article: germ78: I just hope Michael Floyd, Alshon Jeffrey, or a decent OT will be available for the Bears at 19.

You'll be able to get Jeffrey with the 19th pick of the 4th round. No need to waste a 1st rounder on the guy.


Reading up on the guy, you might be right. Problem is that Michael Floyd might have combined his way out of the reach of the Bears.
 
2012-02-28 02:58:38 PM  

AdmirableSnackbar: for instance they have absolutely nothing at LB and safety. Trading for RGIII would mean that they practically have to ignore those holes. So I guess I'm all in favor of that.


They're so young at LB and S that I think it's hard to even evaluate what they have there. They definitely need a more traditional "coverage" safety, though, since Asante is a gambler and needs help over the top for most of the game. Coleman looks to be more of a hitter back there.
 
2012-02-28 03:04:49 PM  

germ78: Reading up on the guy, you might be right. Problem is that Michael Floyd might have combined his way out of the reach of the Bears.


Floyd should be there at 19, based largely on the needs of all the team picking ahead of you. Floyd's gonna be a nice #2 receiver, but he isn't Megatron, and given how unimportant receiver is compared to the other positions on the field, I think he's gonna slide on draft day. I actually would not be too surprised to see him fall even past 19 and into the mid to late 20s, where I want the 49ers to trade up and grab him.
 
2012-02-28 03:04:52 PM  

Treygreen13:

Although Rivers spectacularly shiat the bed (and tanked my fantasy team) he's been a stud guy every other year.


Maybe you have some funky scoring in your FF league, but I'm not sure I would categorize his performance as "shiatting the bed". He was a top 10 fantasy QB.
 
2012-02-28 03:05:14 PM  

germ78: Why Would I Read the Article: germ78: I just hope Michael Floyd, Alshon Jeffrey, or a decent OT will be available for the Bears at 19.

You'll be able to get Jeffrey with the 19th pick of the 4th round. No need to waste a 1st rounder on the guy.

Reading up on the guy, you might be right. Problem is that Michael Floyd might have combined his way out of the reach of the Bears.


Their best option is probably either to trade back or stay put and take Stephen Hill if he's there at 19. I might take him over Floyd.
 
2012-02-28 03:06:29 PM  

Dimming: Maybe you have some funky scoring in your FF league, but I'm not sure I would categorize his performance as "shiatting the bed". He was a top 10 fantasy QB.


He came on real strong at the end of the season, but his performance early on torpedo'd a lot of fantasy teams, mine included.


Given how good he's been his entire career, i'm willing to call it an anomaly (some say he was hiding injury), but he wasn't good last year, at least not to his normal standards.
 
2012-02-28 03:09:26 PM  

ihatedumbpeople: moefuggenbrew: OK I think RG3 is good but they are expecting at least "two first-round picks, a third-round pick and a fifth-round choice."

I don't know how many active, proven QB's I would trade that many draft picks for.
Well yes I do: (no particular order)
Rodgers
Manning
Brees
Newton
Brady
R Burger

Manning I'd hesitate to trade that much for. Even if he comes back 100%, he's got what...2-3 years left tops? You can't toss away a large talent pool for one guy that near the twilight of his career.


I kinda assumed he meant Eli... Mr. Gamer himself. Payton, someone will take a flyer on him, but that's about it.

IDK, RG3 made a huge difference at a perennial Big XII doormat Baylor, made them relevant, and put up freakish numbers at the combine. RG3 is not worth 2 1s, a 3 and a 5... unless those 1s are really late in the round.

St. Louis needs way more than what they'll get in one draft. Get enough to protect Bradford this year, and make some moves to run in the next.
 
2012-02-28 03:12:25 PM  

Killer Cars: AdmirableSnackbar: for instance they have absolutely nothing at LB and safety. Trading for RGIII would mean that they practically have to ignore those holes. So I guess I'm all in favor of that.

They're so young at LB and S that I think it's hard to even evaluate what they have there. They definitely need a more traditional "coverage" safety, though, since Asante is a gambler and needs help over the top for most of the game. Coleman looks to be more of a hitter back there.


They're not just young at LB and S they're young and BAD at those positions. The LBs are too small and can't shed blocks or tackle. That's not going to get better with experience - you can't coach size or aggression. Coleman can hit a bit but he's too slow and you can't coach speed. Their other safeties are either injured all the time or flat incompetent. None of those players are going to get drastically better; they need players who are at least competent at all 5 of those positions.
 
2012-02-28 03:12:50 PM  

Why Would I Read the Article: germ78: Reading up on the guy, you might be right. Problem is that Michael Floyd might have combined his way out of the reach of the Bears.

Floyd should be there at 19, based largely on the needs of all the team picking ahead of you. Floyd's gonna be a nice #2 receiver, but he isn't Megatron, and given how unimportant receiver is compared to the other positions on the field, I think he's gonna slide on draft day. I actually would not be too surprised to see him fall even past 19 and into the mid to late 20s, where I want the 49ers to trade up and grab him.


*knucklebump* This is what I'm hoping for too.
 
2012-02-28 03:13:51 PM  

MoveZig: I kinda assumed he meant Eli... Mr. Gamer himself.


Really?
 
2012-02-28 03:15:55 PM  

MoveZig: St. Louis needs way more than what they'll get in one draft. Get enough to protect Bradford this year, and make some moves to run in the next


I think the Rams might regret it later if they trade down and pass on Matt Kalil. They still don't have a LT.

Although given the performance of recent USC tackles drafted into the NFL I would say it's equally likely that my prediction there looks ridiculous in a few years.
 
2012-02-28 03:17:15 PM  
Can the Browns give the Rams their former 1st round picks they used on Tim Couch, William Green, Kamerion Wimbley, Gerard Warren, Braylon Edwards, and Kellen Winslow?
 
2012-02-28 03:19:46 PM  

JerseyTim: After seeing this, I'd keep RGIII.


I've always been curious. How did Rodgers (24th pick), Brees (32nd), and Brady (lol-199th) look in the combine?
 
2012-02-28 03:24:03 PM  

Cubicle Jockey: and Brady (lol-199th) look in the combine?


nflsfuture.com
 
2012-02-28 03:28:41 PM  

The Homer Tax: MoveZig: I kinda assumed he meant Eli... Mr. Gamer himself.

Really?


Really. Eli can clang his super bowl rings together. Peyton, not so much.
 
2012-02-28 03:29:22 PM  

AdmirableSnackbar: My point is that Holmgren get a ton more credit than he deserves. And I think his tenure in Cleveland is likely to finally open people's eyes as to his average-ness at best as a GM.


We're going to be average? FINALLY!!!!!!

/ Go Browns. Would love to keep the picks and wait for next year in terms of QB. Give Colt a little more of a chance. Any QB would have been hard pressed with that receiving corps in a throw first league.
 
2012-02-28 03:30:09 PM  

AdmirableSnackbar: MoveZig: St. Louis needs way more than what they'll get in one draft. Get enough to protect Bradford this year, and make some moves to run in the next

I think the Rams might regret it later if they trade down and pass on Matt Kalil. They still don't have a LT.

Although given the performance of recent USC tackles drafted into the NFL I would say it's equally likely that my prediction there looks ridiculous in a few years.


Most predictions do... but your statement of fact is correct, they don't have a L.T. They've gotta do something to keep Sam off his @ss.
 
2012-02-28 03:34:11 PM  

ksobby: AdmirableSnackbar: My point is that Holmgren get a ton more credit than he deserves. And I think his tenure in Cleveland is likely to finally open people's eyes as to his average-ness at best as a GM.

We're going to be average? FINALLY!!!!!!

/ Go Browns. Would love to keep the picks and wait for next year in terms of QB. Give Colt a little more of a chance. Any QB would have been hard pressed with that receiving corps in a throw first league.


To get that team to average it would take a very good GM and coach, not an average-ish GM and mediocre coach.
 
2012-02-28 03:36:12 PM  

AdmirableSnackbar: ksobby: AdmirableSnackbar: My point is that Holmgren get a ton more credit than he deserves. And I think his tenure in Cleveland is likely to finally open people's eyes as to his average-ness at best as a GM.

We're going to be average? FINALLY!!!!!!

/ Go Browns. Would love to keep the picks and wait for next year in terms of QB. Give Colt a little more of a chance. Any QB would have been hard pressed with that receiving corps in a throw first league.

To get that team to average it would take a very good GM and coach, not an average-ish GM and mediocre coach.


Don't kill my dreams, dream killer.
 
2012-02-28 03:37:12 PM  

Why Would I Read the Article: germ78: Reading up on the guy, you might be right. Problem is that Michael Floyd might have combined his way out of the reach of the Bears.

Floyd should be there at 19, based largely on the needs of all the team picking ahead of you. Floyd's gonna be a nice #2 receiver, but he isn't Megatron, and given how unimportant receiver is compared to the other positions on the field, I think he's gonna slide on draft day. I actually would not be too surprised to see him fall even past 19 and into the mid to late 20s, where I want the 49ers to trade up and grab him.


Considering the Bears history at the WR position is as storied as their history at the QB, I'd be glad for a guy like him on the Bears. Their receivers weren't much last year, and that was before Knox's career threatening injury. And usually receivers like Megatron are usually gone by the 5th pick, unless they have a 'character issue' like Randy Moss. With how many teams were burned by passing on Moss, I don't think 'character issues' come into play as much anymore (unless it's a very serious offense, unlike Moss' pot problem).
 
2012-02-28 03:40:26 PM  

Dimming: Treygreen13:

Although Rivers spectacularly shiat the bed (and tanked my fantasy team) he's been a stud guy every other year.

Maybe you have some funky scoring in your FF league, but I'm not sure I would categorize his performance as "shiatting the bed". He was a top 10 fantasy QB.


He certainly put up some good numbers at the end, but compared to previous fantasy seasons he started slow, which will cost you games. It certainly did for me.

In 2011, he had 15 INTs to 13 TDs in the first 10 games.
2010? 8 INTs, 19 TDs in the first 10.
2009? 6 INT, 16 TD in the first 10.
 
2012-02-28 03:41:47 PM  

JerseyTim: After seeing this, I'd keep RGIII.


As a redskins fan, that video has made me feel a lot more comfortable, thank you.
 
2012-02-28 03:43:51 PM  

MoveZig: I kinda assumed he meant Eli.


ha! odd that I didn't immediately think the same...Poor Eli...people say Manning and everyone (well most) assume you mean Peyton.
 
2012-02-28 03:46:33 PM  
As a fan of neither the Redskins or Rams, I can't wait to laugh my ass off when Washington sends their 1, 2, 3, and 1 next year to St. Louis, drafts RG3 and sucks for another 10 years.
 
2012-02-28 03:48:39 PM  

ihatedumbpeople: MoveZig: I kinda assumed he meant Eli.

ha! odd that I didn't immediately think the same...Poor Eli...people say Manning and everyone (well most) assume you mean Peyton.


The active part gave it away. Peyton is going to play somewhere if he wants. Too good to not take a flyer on. If he's not cleared, he's OC material immediately. Still a rare, rare guy.
 
2012-02-28 03:53:15 PM  

facisto: The Rams are gonna make out like bandits and have either cleveland or washington to thank for it.


I think the best thing the Browns can do is show that they're willing to give both #1s to St. Louis. That'll make Snyder go crazy and give up half the team for RG3. St. Louis will take that as return for Pat Shurmur, and the Browns get actual ammo in Justin Blackmon and either Coples or Ingram to take the side across from Sheard.
 
2012-02-28 03:56:29 PM  

nmiguy: RG3 > Bradford


Here's the thing I haven't understood: Bradford and Colt McCoy actually have similar numbers through two seasons, and yet the Browns are supposedly in the market for a QB while the Rams aren't? Is it only the fact that Bradford's a #1 pick and McCoy's a 3rd rounder?
 
2012-02-28 03:59:01 PM  

ksobby: AdmirableSnackbar: ksobby: AdmirableSnackbar: My point is that Holmgren get a ton more credit than he deserves. And I think his tenure in Cleveland is likely to finally open people's eyes as to his average-ness at best as a GM.

We're going to be average? FINALLY!!!!!!

/ Go Browns. Would love to keep the picks and wait for next year in terms of QB. Give Colt a little more of a chance. Any QB would have been hard pressed with that receiving corps in a throw first league.

To get that team to average it would take a very good GM and coach, not an average-ish GM and mediocre coach.

Don't kill my dreams, dream killer.


No harm intended, I just didn't want others to believe that I agreed with you that the Browns could possibly be average anytime soon under their current management.
 
2012-02-28 04:05:46 PM  

IlGreven: nmiguy: RG3 > Bradford

Here's the thing I haven't understood: Bradford and Colt McCoy actually have similar numbers through two seasons, and yet the Browns are supposedly in the market for a QB while the Rams aren't? Is it only the fact that Bradford's a #1 pick and McCoy's a 3rd rounder?


Well, to be fair to Sam, his offensive line was probably the worst in the league, and his receivers (up until Brandon Lloyd arrived) were probably the least reliable arrangement of fingers and palms since the last time the Bloods got together and all did their hand sign simultaneously.
 
2012-02-28 04:11:27 PM  

ksobby: AdmirableSnackbar: My point is that Holmgren get a ton more credit than he deserves. And I think his tenure in Cleveland is likely to finally open people's eyes as to his average-ness at best as a GM.

We're going to be average? FINALLY!!!!!!

/ Go Browns. Would love to keep the picks and wait for next year in terms of QB. Give Colt a little more of a chance. Any QB would have been hard pressed with that receiving corps in a throw first league.


There's a legitimate chance, without checking the numbers, that we may have had the worst receiving corps in the history of professional football over the past three seasons. When your best receivers are, in this order, your tight end, your kick returner, a rookie 2nd round pick and Jordan Norwood, odds are there aren't many guys out there who can look impressive at the QB position with those passing options.

For years, the Browns succeeded with average-to-good Quarterbacks (Bernie Kosar, I'm looking at you) because they had great options downfield (Newsome, Slaughter, Langhorne and Brennan).

Give Colt McCoy a full offseason to learn the system under a coach with at least a year of coaching under his belt, a healthy running game and offensive line, and somebody to throw to and I have no doubt he can at least post a 3,500/25/10 stat line. Hell, even without all of those things, he's still the best Quarterback we've had (sans Derek Anderson's fluke Pro-Bowl season) since Tim Couch (whose career was ruined by a lack of pretty much everything I just listed as needs for McCoy).
 
2012-02-28 04:15:35 PM  

CavalierEternal: ksobby: AdmirableSnackbar: My point is that Holmgren get a ton more credit than he deserves. And I think his tenure in Cleveland is likely to finally open people's eyes as to his average-ness at best as a GM.

We're going to be average? FINALLY!!!!!!

/ Go Browns. Would love to keep the picks and wait for next year in terms of QB. Give Colt a little more of a chance. Any QB would have been hard pressed with that receiving corps in a throw first league.

There's a legitimate chance, without checking the numbers, that we may have had the worst receiving corps in the history of professional football over the past three seasons. When your best receivers are, in this order, your tight end, your kick returner, a rookie 2nd round pick and Jordan Norwood, odds are there aren't many guys out there who can look impressive at the QB position with those passing options.

For years, the Browns succeeded with average-to-good Quarterbacks (Bernie Kosar, I'm looking at you) because they had great options downfield (Newsome, Slaughter, Langhorne and Brennan).

Give Colt McCoy a full offseason to learn the system under a coach with at least a year of coaching under his belt, a healthy running game and offensive line, and somebody to throw to and I have no doubt he can at least post a 3,500/25/10 stat line. Hell, even without all of those things, he's still the best Quarterback we've had (sans Derek Anderson's fluke Pro-Bowl season) since Tim Couch (whose career was ruined by a lack of pretty much everything I just listed as needs for McCoy).


Agree completely. I think the west coast is the only offense Colt could flourish in ... the kid is a smart qb, not a physical specimen. Let's see what happens with a bit more talent ... especially talent that comes in after him ... give him a chance to lead them. If it doesn't work out, we can roll the dice on Barkley next year or whatever other wunderkind pops up during the course of next college season.
 
2012-02-28 04:16:16 PM  

Treygreen13: IlGreven: nmiguy: RG3 > Bradford

Here's the thing I haven't understood: Bradford and Colt McCoy actually have similar numbers through two seasons, and yet the Browns are supposedly in the market for a QB while the Rams aren't? Is it only the fact that Bradford's a #1 pick and McCoy's a 3rd rounder?

Well, to be fair to Sam, his offensive line was probably the worst in the league, and his receivers (up until Brandon Lloyd arrived) were probably the least reliable arrangement of fingers and palms since the last time the Bloods got together and all did their hand sign simultaneously.


With the exception of the Browns-Rams laugh-o-rama this past season, I assume you didn't watch the Browns much (what sane person outside of Ohio would?). With Eric Steinbach out, Cleveland's offensive line turned to an absolute pile of sh*t, leaving McCoy to run for his life while trying to wait for guys like Mohammed Massaquoi to get open. McCoy and Bradford are actually in very similar situations, with St. Louis' running game being slightly better than Cleveland's. I still say we landed an absolute steal getting McCoy in the third round and I'd be extremely disappointed in our management (AGAIN) if they decided already that McCoy didn't have what it takes to be a starting Quarterback.

/(I love parentheses)
//(.)(.)
 
2012-02-28 04:18:44 PM  
I'll bite. Who is R. Burger?
 
2012-02-28 04:19:06 PM  

Treygreen13: Well, to be fair to Sam, his offensive line was probably the worst in the league, and his receivers (up until Brandon Lloyd arrived) were probably the least reliable arrangement of fingers and palms since the last time the Bloods got together and all did their hand sign simultaneously.


Came in here to say this. I challenge any non Rams fan to name one WR on that team before they got Brandon Lloyd. I think they had one of the St. Louis arena custodians catching the ball there for a while. Not to mention, Bradford was hurt and in the few Rams games I saw, looked like he was getting rushed every other play.

I think it would be smarter for the Rams to trade down for the picks, build a team around Bradford and focus on winning the NFC West (aka not that hard) Although if Seattle makes the right moves and 9ers can hold, that could actually end up being a tough division.
 
2012-02-28 04:19:37 PM  

HaywoodJablonski: I'll bite. Who is R. Burger?


Ah, the rapist. Duh...
 
2012-02-28 04:20:18 PM  

InferiousX: Came in here to say this. I challenge any non Rams fan to name one WR on that team before they got Brandon Lloyd.


Danny Amendola. What do I win?
 
2012-02-28 04:23:16 PM  
CavalierEternal

And holy hell, do I miss Brian Brennan. I used to get into fights with the neighborhood Bengals and Steelers fans about how Brennan was better than Largent (HEY! I was 11 years old - stats didn't matter then.)
 
2012-02-28 04:24:08 PM  

CavalierEternal: Treygreen13: IlGreven: nmiguy: RG3 > Bradford

Here's the thing I haven't understood: Bradford and Colt McCoy actually have similar numbers through two seasons, and yet the Browns are supposedly in the market for a QB while the Rams aren't? Is it only the fact that Bradford's a #1 pick and McCoy's a 3rd rounder?

Well, to be fair to Sam, his offensive line was probably the worst in the league, and his receivers (up until Brandon Lloyd arrived) were probably the least reliable arrangement of fingers and palms since the last time the Bloods got together and all did their hand sign simultaneously.

With the exception of the Browns-Rams laugh-o-rama this past season, I assume you didn't watch the Browns much (what sane person outside of Ohio would?). With Eric Steinbach out, Cleveland's offensive line turned to an absolute pile of sh*t, leaving McCoy to run for his life while trying to wait for guys like Mohammed Massaquoi to get open. McCoy and Bradford are actually in very similar situations, with St. Louis' running game being slightly better than Cleveland's. I still say we landed an absolute steal getting McCoy in the third round and I'd be extremely disappointed in our management (AGAIN) if they decided already that McCoy didn't have what it takes to be a starting Quarterback.

/(I love parentheses)
//(.)(.)


I'm just looking at the stats, really. They (the Rams) allowed 11 more sacks than the Browns and have a 2.4% adjusted sack rate disadvantage as compared to Cleveland.

But Cleveland does have more dropped passes than anyone. 9 more than the Rams.

It's probably a wash as to who fails more.
 
2012-02-28 04:25:40 PM  

CavalierEternal: InferiousX: Came in here to say this. I challenge any non Rams fan to name one WR on that team before they got Brandon Lloyd.

Danny Amendola. What do I win?


Mike Sims-Walker was there too. Something Alexander, I believe also.
 
2012-02-28 04:25:57 PM  

HaywoodJablonski: I'll bite. Who is R. Burger?


The Hamburglar. Ronnie McD likes to keep it on the DL though, so don't tell anyone.
 
2012-02-28 04:26:26 PM  

ksobby: CavalierEternal

And holy hell, do I miss Brian Brennan. I used to get into fights with the neighborhood Bengals and Steelers fans about how Brennan was better than Largent (HEY! I was 11 years old - stats didn't matter then.)


While we're talking about players from Cleveland's semi-glory days, you know Frank Minnifield's son, Chase, is projected to be a second round pick this year, right? Kid has some skills, I wouldn't mind bringing him in opposite Joe Haden, and that's without taking the whole "family legacy" thing into consideration.
 
2012-02-28 04:28:48 PM  

CavalierEternal: ksobby: CavalierEternal

And holy hell, do I miss Brian Brennan. I used to get into fights with the neighborhood Bengals and Steelers fans about how Brennan was better than Largent (HEY! I was 11 years old - stats didn't matter then.)

While we're talking about players from Cleveland's semi-glory days, you know Frank Minnifield's son, Chase, is projected to be a second round pick this year, right? Kid has some skills, I wouldn't mind bringing him in opposite Joe Haden, and that's without taking the whole "family legacy" thing into consideration.


Which is why Green Bay should give us Clay Matthews immediately and apologize for barring him from taking his rightful spot on the Browns.
 
2012-02-28 04:29:24 PM  

ole prophet: Mike Sims-Walker was there too.


Oh shiat how could I forget that....he was a late round draft pick for me in FF this year. Ended up not working out obviously....

I did however, get Sproles in the 15th. I looked like a goddamned genius on that one.
 
2012-02-28 04:30:43 PM  

Backwards Cornfield Races: Rwa2play: Yanks_RSJ: Komplex: I wonder how the Giants with Eli worked out?

Here's what is rarely said about that trade - the Giants got the player they wanted (Eli) without trading the guy the Chargers really wanted (Osi).

The fact that the Chargers blew the two picks on an overrated LB/DE and one of the worst clutch kickers in NFL history is a bonus.

And Charger fans still hate on Eli....LOL. They should vent their hate on AJ Smith and the Spanos family for being cheap bastards.

My hate for Eli the little biatch will never cease. I bet his daddy manages his money too


Well then...

i.qkme.me

/Eli 2, Rivers zilch.
 
2012-02-28 04:31:07 PM  

ksobby: CavalierEternal: ksobby: CavalierEternal

And holy hell, do I miss Brian Brennan. I used to get into fights with the neighborhood Bengals and Steelers fans about how Brennan was better than Largent (HEY! I was 11 years old - stats didn't matter then.)

While we're talking about players from Cleveland's semi-glory days, you know Frank Minnifield's son, Chase, is projected to be a second round pick this year, right? Kid has some skills, I wouldn't mind bringing him in opposite Joe Haden, and that's without taking the whole "family legacy" thing into consideration.

Which is why Green Bay should give us Clay Matthews immediately and apologize for barring him from taking his rightful spot on the Browns.


Hell, I'd take Casey Matthews over what we have at outside linebacker right now.

/Who am I kidding? I'd take Chris Matthews.
 
2012-02-28 04:32:58 PM  

CavalierEternal:

Hell, I'd take Casey Matthews over what we have at outside linebacker right now.

/Who am I kidding? I'd take Chris Matthews.


His giant head would easily fill both A gaps. I'd move him middle or nose.
 
2012-02-28 04:39:43 PM  

moefuggenbrew: OK I think RG3 is good but they are expecting at least "two first-round picks, a third-round pick and a fifth-round choice."

I don't know how many active, proven QB's I would trade that many draft picks for.
Well yes I do: (no particular order)
Rodgers
Manning
Brees
Newton
Brady
R Burger


Rodgers, Manning, Brees, yes.

Newton? After one year? Please.
Brady? He's Tom fricking Brady, but he's also getting up there in years. He's still playing well, but do you basically mortgage your team for a 34 year old QB?
Rapelisburger? Yeah right. He's good, but not that good.
 
2012-02-28 04:40:10 PM  

InferiousX: I challenge any non Rams fan to name one WR on that team before they got Brandon Lloyd.


Brandon Gibson!

/only know who he is because he went to WSU and I was pissed at the Seahawks for not grabbing him in the 4th or 5th round (I forget). He's better than Butler.
 
2012-02-28 04:42:29 PM  

InferiousX: ole prophet: Mike Sims-Walker was there too.

Oh shiat how could I forget that....he was a late round draft pick for me in FF this year. Ended up not working out obviously....

I did however, get Sproles in the 15th. I looked like a goddamned genius on that one.


Bradford and Sims-Walker where two of my last picks. For sure not the poor-man's Stafford/Johnson I pictured in my head.

/grabbed Sproles right before the waiver lock down that first week.
 
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