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2013-02-13 07:29:29 AM
"The jaguars punter"


I wouldn't wish that on even my worst enemy
 
2013-02-13 08:04:15 AM

Branniganslaw: "The jaguars punter"


I wouldn't wish that on even my worst enemy


Hey, practice makes perfect.
 
2013-02-13 08:28:35 AM

Branniganslaw: "The jaguars punter"


I wouldn't wish that on even my worst enemy


Chris Hanson decided he'd prefer trying to chop his leg off than be the Jags punter.
 
2013-02-13 08:56:45 AM
I'm not really that bitter; it's hard to be when you get a franchise QB when your team has never had one before.

But when every single fan and player voted "this" team and "that" team Russell Wilson above the others, you really have to wonder if the media voted for the more marketable RoTY instead.
 
2013-02-13 09:00:53 AM

Branniganslaw: "The jaguars punter"


I wouldn't wish that on even my worst enemy


Hey, at least he gets to stay busy.

The best part is he was drafted ahead of the QB on this under-25 team.  But hey, at least he's a good punter.

As for the choice of the aforementioned QB, as a Seahawk fan, frankly I'm not prepared to say I'd take Wilson over Luck and Griffin, but it's close.  Wilson was easily the best of the three over the second half of the season, but that's a small sample and the others do have great potential.
 
2013-02-13 09:03:08 AM

Fade2black: But when every single fan and player voted "this" team and "that" team Russell Wilson above the others, you really have to wonder if the media voted for the more marketable RoTY instead.


RotY is a regular season award.  Most of these "all team" awards include playoff performance as well.  If regular season was the only thing that counted, then Blair Walsh probably would have beaten out Justin Tucker.
 
2013-02-13 09:17:32 AM

degenerate-afro: Fade2black: But when every single fan and player voted "this" team and "that" team Russell Wilson above the others, you really have to wonder if the media voted for the more marketable RoTY instead.

RotY is a regular season award.  Most of these "all team" awards include playoff performance as well.  If regular season was the only thing that counted, then Blair Walsh probably would have beaten out Justin Tucker.


That answers a question for me then. I wasn't expecting to see Justin Tucker on there even after a solid playoff performance.
 
2013-02-13 09:48:01 AM
I'm going to sound like a total homer and I really like Russel Wilson, but if I pick here I'm going with Cam Newton.
 
2013-02-13 09:58:49 AM

calm like a bomb: I'm going to sound like a total homer and I really like Russel Wilson, but if I pick here I'm going with Cam Newton.


On sheer athletic talent I would absolutely agree but I think Cam is a bit of a headcase. I hope he matures but with their cap situation the Panthers are only going to get worse and he's probably going to regress.

I remember the first play I saw him make. He made a great catch on a long pass and scored a touchdown and I thought to myself that kid is going to be a special reciever. Then as the commentary unfolded and I realized he was the quarterback and they split him out on a trick play I was completely gobsmacked.
 
2013-02-13 10:04:10 AM

calm like a bomb: I'm going to sound like a total homer and I really like Russel Wilson, but if I pick here I'm going with Cam Newton.


I'd put them in this order: (1) Luck, (2) Griffin, (3) Wilson, (4) Newton, (5) Dalton, (6) Tannehill, (7) Foles, (8) Locker, (9) Osweiler, (10) Cousins, (11) Ponder, (12) Mallett.

(For anyone who asks "why no Kaepernick?":  He's already 25.  I'd slot him in at #4 if he were eligible.)
 
2013-02-13 10:15:36 AM

Super Chronic: calm like a bomb: I'm going to sound like a total homer and I really like Russel Wilson, but if I pick here I'm going with Cam Newton.

I'd put them in this order: (1) Luck, (2) Griffin, (3) Wilson, (4) Newton, (5) Dalton, (6) Tannehill, (7) Foles, (8) Locker, (9) Osweiler, (10) Cousins, (11) Ponder, (12) Mallett.

(For anyone who asks "why no Kaepernick?":  He's already 25.  I'd slot him in at #4 if he were eligible.)


Why are Foles, Osweiler, Cousins, and Mallett on there and not any other backups? I guess Foles and Cousins have at least started a game, but Osweiler and Mallet didn't.
 
2013-02-13 10:44:37 AM

Deneb81: Super Chronic: calm like a bomb: I'm going to sound like a total homer and I really like Russel Wilson, but if I pick here I'm going with Cam Newton.

I'd put them in this order: (1) Luck, (2) Griffin, (3) Wilson, (4) Newton, (5) Dalton, (6) Tannehill, (7) Foles, (8) Locker, (9) Osweiler, (10) Cousins, (11) Ponder, (12) Mallett.

(For anyone who asks "why no Kaepernick?":  He's already 25.  I'd slot him in at #4 if he were eligible.)

Why are Foles, Osweiler, Cousins, and Mallett on there and not any other backups? I guess Foles and Cousins have at least started a game, but Osweiler and Mallet didn't.


Because I've seen Ryan Lindley play and it's not pretty.  Is there someone else who you think should be included?
 
2013-02-13 11:29:04 AM

elguerodiablo: calm like a bomb: I'm going to sound like a total homer and I really like Russel Wilson, but if I pick here I'm going with Cam Newton.

On sheer athletic talent I would absolutely agree but I think Cam is a bit of a headcase. I hope he matures but with their cap situation the Panthers are only going to get worse and he's probably going to regress.

I remember the first play I saw him make. He made a great catch on a long pass and scored a touchdown and I thought to myself that kid is going to be a special reciever. Then as the commentary unfolded and I realized he was the quarterback and they split him out on a trick play I was completely gobsmacked.


Cam's going to improve, because next year (2014 season), he's going to face off against the NFC North, and AFC South (i think).  Anticipating some regression of the Bears defense, he'll have had 2 years or relatively difficult defensive matchups (2013 feautres the NFC West where every defense is good and a potentially improving AFC East).  So even if he struggles early in 2013, not a given after the crucible of 2012, he'll end up with more favorable SoS matchups with a more polished game.

But it won't matter if the Panthers can't put talent around him.
 
2013-02-13 11:36:53 AM

elguerodiablo: On sheer athletic talent I would absolutely agree but I think Cam is a bit of a headcase. I hope he matures but with their cap situation the Panthers are only going to get worse and he's probably going to regress.


It will be interesting to see who they wind up cutting to get under the cap.  Getting rid of Gamble would help immensely, and while I like the guy, a cheaper rookie or free agent could be had.  Getting rid of him and Edwards and seeing if Beason and Gross will restructure their contracts would probably fix the problem without too much loss of talent.
 
2013-02-13 11:39:38 AM
As I figured with any top NFL list, not a single Titan to be had. If only there was a dumbest owners list
 
2013-02-13 11:41:53 AM
I went to Cal, so Bryan Anger was all we had.  Please don't hate on Bryan Anger.  Outside of Aaron Rodgers, he's the best player Cal has had in about 20 years.  Well, actually Nick Harris, the punter from about a decade ago, may have been better.

So I guess Cal is good at developing punters.
 
2013-02-13 11:58:21 AM

Super Chronic: Deneb81: Super Chronic: calm like a bomb: I'm going to sound like a total homer and I really like Russel Wilson, but if I pick here I'm going with Cam Newton.

I'd put them in this order: (1) Luck, (2) Griffin, (3) Wilson, (4) Newton, (5) Dalton, (6) Tannehill, (7) Foles, (8) Locker, (9) Osweiler, (10) Cousins, (11) Ponder, (12) Mallett.

(For anyone who asks "why no Kaepernick?":  He's already 25.  I'd slot him in at #4 if he were eligible.)

Why are Foles, Osweiler, Cousins, and Mallett on there and not any other backups? I guess Foles and Cousins have at least started a game, but Osweiler and Mallet didn't.

Because I've seen Ryan Lindley play and it's not pretty.  Is there someone else who you think should be included?


Tyrod Taylor - BAL (sole backup for both his NFL seasons but not a household name)
Terrelle Pryor - OAK (a more household name)

And I just saw that Tebow, Clausen and McCoy are 25 now so they're out.
 
2013-02-13 11:59:19 AM

Deneb81: Super Chronic: Deneb81: Super Chronic: calm like a bomb: I'm going to sound like a total homer and I really like Russel Wilson, but if I pick here I'm going with Cam Newton.

I'd put them in this order: (1) Luck, (2) Griffin, (3) Wilson, (4) Newton, (5) Dalton, (6) Tannehill, (7) Foles, (8) Locker, (9) Osweiler, (10) Cousins, (11) Ponder, (12) Mallett.

(For anyone who asks "why no Kaepernick?":  He's already 25.  I'd slot him in at #4 if he were eligible.)

Why are Foles, Osweiler, Cousins, and Mallett on there and not any other backups? I guess Foles and Cousins have at least started a game, but Osweiler and Mallet didn't.

Because I've seen Ryan Lindley play and it's not pretty.  Is there someone else who you think should be included?

Tyrod Taylor - BAL (sole backup for both his NFL seasons but not a household name)
Terrelle Pryor - OAK (a more household name)

And I just saw that Tebow, Clausen and McCoy are 25 now so they're out.


And Yates also 25. So I'm about 6 months late on really critiquing your post...
 
2013-02-13 12:09:55 PM

ModernPrimitive01: As I figured with any top NFL list, not a single Titan to be had. If only there was a dumbest owners list


I'm pretty sure the Titans wouldn't win that either.

CIN, DAL, NYJ, KC, CLE (at least pre-season's end), and WAS until recently.
 
2013-02-13 12:13:29 PM
Blair Walsh (K-MN) should be on that list.
 
2013-02-13 12:16:39 PM

Deneb81: ModernPrimitive01: As I figured with any top NFL list, not a single Titan to be had. If only there was a dumbest owners list

I'm pretty sure the Titans wouldn't win that either.

CIN, DAL, NYJ, KC, CLE (at least pre-season's end), and WAS until recently.


KC's owner isn't a dumb guy. He hired the best GM candidate on the market four years ago, and that guy happened to fail spectacularly. However, if Dorsey/Reid don't work out you'll be on to something.
 
2013-02-13 12:18:38 PM
Petty solid list really. There are a few guys I might choose another player instead of, but I couldnt see any mistakes or glaring omissions.
 
2013-02-13 01:01:03 PM

Super Chronic: calm like a bomb: I'm going to sound like a total homer and I really like Russel Wilson, but if I pick here I'm going with Cam Newton.

I'd put them in this order: (1) Luck, (2) Griffin, (3) Wilson, (4) Newton, (5) Dalton, (6) Tannehill, (7) Foles, (8) Locker, (9) Osweiler, (10) Cousins, (11) Ponder, (12) Mallett.

(For anyone who asks "why no Kaepernick?":  He's already 25.  I'd slot him in at #4 if he were eligible.)


I would switch around the top three, with Wilson, Luck, and Griffin being the order.  Here's why: Wilson has proven himself not only to be a solid QB, but also someone who is a definable leader that even vets look up to.  While Wilson will occasionally miss a throw on the field, he does know when to slide and when to throw the ball away.  Griffin hasn't learned these things quite yet, and the Shanahans almost murdered him last year.  Also, Griffin is a little too quick to run rather than let a play develop.  He is still very much a first-read-not-open, so run guy, much like Kaepernick has been.  Luck is hard to compare to these two guys, as he is a pocket passer for the most part.  Even so, I'll take his accuracy and his football "knowledge" before I would Griffin, who is exciting to watch, but usually has a "I don't know what the hell I'm doing" look about him while he is running around.

Also, Wilson and Luck have two functioning legs each.

\disclaimer: I, in no way, have said that any of these QBs are "bad."  They are all very good.
\\I do, however, question the Shanahan coaching ability
 
2013-02-13 02:46:34 PM

Why Would I Read the Article: I went to Cal, so Bryan Anger was all we had.  Please don't hate on Bryan Anger.  Outside of Aaron Rodgers, he's the best player Cal has had in about 20 years.  Well, actually Nick Harris, the punter from about a decade ago, may have been better.

So I guess Cal is good at developing punters.


IDK, that Marshawn Lynch guy has worked out pretty well.
 
2013-02-13 02:55:33 PM

seumasokelly: Why Would I Read the Article: I went to Cal, so Bryan Anger was all we had.  Please don't hate on Bryan Anger.  Outside of Aaron Rodgers, he's the best player Cal has had in about 20 years.  Well, actually Nick Harris, the punter from about a decade ago, may have been better.

So I guess Cal is good at developing punters.

IDK, that Marshawn Lynch guy has worked out pretty well.


Brandon Mebane too.

Heck, there might even be some Cal players on some of the other 31 NFL teams.  Tony Gonzalez?
 
2013-02-13 03:10:17 PM

Incorrigible Astronaut: Deneb81: ModernPrimitive01: As I figured with any top NFL list, not a single Titan to be had. If only there was a dumbest owners list

I'm pretty sure the Titans wouldn't win that either.

CIN, DAL, NYJ, KC, CLE (at least pre-season's end), and WAS until recently.

KC's owner isn't a dumb guy. He hired the best GM candidate on the market four years ago, and that guy happened to fail spectacularly. However, if Dorsey/Reid don't work out you'll be on to something.


His lack of paying for players and refusal to draft a QB are my counter arguments.
 
2013-02-13 03:24:33 PM
Cal Players in the NFL in 2012

Alexander, Lorenzo Defensive Tackle Washington Redskins 2006
Alualu, Tyson Defensive Tackle Jacksonville Jaguars 2010
Anger, Bryan Punter Jacksonville Jaguars 2012
Asomugha, Nnamdi Cornerback Philadelphia Eagles 2003
Banta-Cain, Tully Linebacker New England Patriots 2003
Best, Jahvid Best Running Back Detroit Lions 2010
Binn, David Long Snapper Denver Broncos 1994
Bishop, Desmond Linebacker Green Bay Packers 2007
Campbell, D.J. Free Safety Carolina Panthers 2012
Carter, Andre Defensive End New England Patriots 2001
Conte, Chris Safety Chicago Bears 2011
De La Puente, Brian Offensive Guard New Orleans Saints 2008
DeCoud, Thomas Safety Atlanta Falcons 2008
Forsett, Justin Running Back Houston Texans 2008
Fujita, Scott Linebacker Cleveland Browns 2002
Gibson, Mike Offensive Guard Philadelphia Eagles 2008
Giordano, Matt Safety Oakland Raiders 2005
Gonzalez, Tony Tight End Atlanta Falcons 1997
Guyton, Trevor Defensive End Minnesota Vikings 2012
Harris, Nick Punter Carolina Panthers 2001
Hawkins, Lavelle Wide Receiver Tennessee Titans 2008
Hughes, Dante Cornerback New York Giants 2007
Jackson, DeSean Wide Receiver Philadelphia Eagles 2008
Jones, Marvin Wide Receiver Cincinnati Bengals 2012
Jordan, Cameron Defensive End New Orleans Saints 2011
Kendricks, Mychal Linebacker Philadelphia Eagles 2012
Ladouceur, L.P. Long Snapper Dallas Cowboys 2005
Longwell, Ryan Kicker Minnesota Vikings 1997
Lynch, Marshawn Running Back Seattle Seahawks 2007
Mack, Alex Center Cleveland Browns 2009
Mebane, Brandon Defensive Tackle Seattle Seahawks 2007
Mohamed, Mike Linebacker Jacksonville Jaguars 2011
Morrah, Cameron Tight End Seattle Seahawks 2009
O'Callaghan, Ryan Offensive Tackle Kansas City Chiefs 2006
Owusu, Ernest Defensive End Minnesota Vikings 2012
Ross, Jeremy Wide Receiver Indianapolis Colts 2011
Rodgers, Aaron Quarterback Green Bay Packers 2005
Schwartz, Mitchell Offensive Tackle Cleveland Browns 2012
Stevens, Craig Tight End Tennessee Titans 2008
Sundberg, Nick Long Snapper Washington Redskins 2009
Ta'ufo'ou, Will Fullback Jacksonville Jaguars 2009
Tepper, Mike Offensive Tackle Indianapolis Colts 2010
Thompson, Syd'Quan Cornerback Denver Broncos 2010
Vereen, Shane Running Back New England Patriots 2011
Walker, Langston Offensive Tackle Oakland Raiders 2002

Hell, there're a couple pro-bowlers on that list.
 
2013-02-13 03:59:39 PM
I can't fault the choice of Dez Bryant at all, but I think Randall Cobb will be there shortly, especially if Jennings leaves.
 
2013-02-13 04:12:35 PM
Russell Wilson's accuracy favors comparably to RGIII; both being better than Luck.  They both can make plays with their legs; RGIII gets asked to run more often, and it becomes risky for injury.  Cam may have the legs and physicality, plus a good arm, but his pocket presence and passing ability leaves more to be desired than the other 3.  Giving the nod to RW is the right call.  He has all the tools and will improve; the arm is a cannon.
 
2013-02-13 04:20:51 PM

seumasokelly: Cal Players in the NFL in 2012

Alexander, Lorenzo Defensive Tackle Washington Redskins 2006
Alualu, Tyson Defensive Tackle Jacksonville Jaguars 2010
Anger, Bryan Punter Jacksonville Jaguars 2012
Asomugha, Nnamdi Cornerback Philadelphia Eagles 2003
Banta-Cain, Tully Linebacker New England Patriots 2003
Best, Jahvid Best Running Back Detroit Lions 2010
Binn, David Long Snapper Denver Broncos 1994
Bishop, Desmond Linebacker Green Bay Packers 2007
Campbell, D.J. Free Safety Carolina Panthers 2012
Carter, Andre Defensive End New England Patriots 2001
Conte, Chris Safety Chicago Bears 2011
De La Puente, Brian Offensive Guard New Orleans Saints 2008
DeCoud, Thomas Safety Atlanta Falcons 2008
Forsett, Justin Running Back Houston Texans 2008
Fujita, Scott Linebacker Cleveland Browns 2002
Gibson, Mike Offensive Guard Philadelphia Eagles 2008
Giordano, Matt Safety Oakland Raiders 2005
Gonzalez, Tony Tight End Atlanta Falcons 1997
Guyton, Trevor Defensive End Minnesota Vikings 2012
Harris, Nick Punter Carolina Panthers 2001
Hawkins, Lavelle Wide Receiver Tennessee Titans 2008
Hughes, Dante Cornerback New York Giants 2007
Jackson, DeSean Wide Receiver Philadelphia Eagles 2008
Jones, Marvin Wide Receiver Cincinnati Bengals 2012
Jordan, Cameron Defensive End New Orleans Saints 2011
Kendricks, Mychal Linebacker Philadelphia Eagles 2012
Ladouceur, L.P. Long Snapper Dallas Cowboys 2005
Longwell, Ryan Kicker Minnesota Vikings 1997
Lynch, Marshawn Running Back Seattle Seahawks 2007
Mack, Alex Center Cleveland Browns 2009
Mebane, Brandon Defensive Tackle Seattle Seahawks 2007
Mohamed, Mike Linebacker Jacksonville Jaguars 2011
Morrah, Cameron Tight End Seattle Seahawks 2009
O'Callaghan, Ryan Offensive Tackle Kansas City Chiefs 2006
Owusu, Ernest Defensive End Minnesota Vikings 2012
Ross, Jeremy Wide Receiver Indianapolis Colts 2011
Rodgers, Aaron Quarterback Green Bay Packers 2005
Schwartz, Mitchell Offensive Tackle Cleveland Browns 2012
Stevens, Craig Tight End Tennessee Titans 2008
Su ...


Your list is off.  Ryan Longwell was not the kicker for the Vikings this year, he came out of retirement to play for the Seahawks in the playoffs.
 
2013-02-13 05:07:34 PM

Md37: seumasokelly: Cal Players in the NFL in 2012

Alexander, Lorenzo Defensive Tackle Washington Redskins 2006
Alualu, Tyson Defensive Tackle Jacksonville Jaguars 2010
Anger, Bryan Punter Jacksonville Jaguars 2012
Asomugha, Nnamdi Cornerback Philadelphia Eagles 2003
Banta-Cain, Tully Linebacker New England Patriots 2003
Best, Jahvid Best Running Back Detroit Lions 2010
Binn, David Long Snapper Denver Broncos 1994
Bishop, Desmond Linebacker Green Bay Packers 2007
Campbell, D.J. Free Safety Carolina Panthers 2012
Carter, Andre Defensive End New England Patriots 2001
Conte, Chris Safety Chicago Bears 2011
De La Puente, Brian Offensive Guard New Orleans Saints 2008
DeCoud, Thomas Safety Atlanta Falcons 2008
Forsett, Justin Running Back Houston Texans 2008
Fujita, Scott Linebacker Cleveland Browns 2002
Gibson, Mike Offensive Guard Philadelphia Eagles 2008
Giordano, Matt Safety Oakland Raiders 2005
Gonzalez, Tony Tight End Atlanta Falcons 1997
Guyton, Trevor Defensive End Minnesota Vikings 2012
Harris, Nick Punter Carolina Panthers 2001
Hawkins, Lavelle Wide Receiver Tennessee Titans 2008
Hughes, Dante Cornerback New York Giants 2007
Jackson, DeSean Wide Receiver Philadelphia Eagles 2008
Jones, Marvin Wide Receiver Cincinnati Bengals 2012
Jordan, Cameron Defensive End New Orleans Saints 2011
Kendricks, Mychal Linebacker Philadelphia Eagles 2012
Ladouceur, L.P. Long Snapper Dallas Cowboys 2005
Longwell, Ryan Kicker Minnesota Vikings 1997
Lynch, Marshawn Running Back Seattle Seahawks 2007
Mack, Alex Center Cleveland Browns 2009
Mebane, Brandon Defensive Tackle Seattle Seahawks 2007
Mohamed, Mike Linebacker Jacksonville Jaguars 2011
Morrah, Cameron Tight End Seattle Seahawks 2009
O'Callaghan, Ryan Offensive Tackle Kansas City Chiefs 2006
Owusu, Ernest Defensive End Minnesota Vikings 2012
Ross, Jeremy Wide Receiver Indianapolis Colts 2011
Rodgers, Aaron Quarterback Green Bay Packers 2005
Schwartz, Mitchell Offensive Tackle Cleveland Browns 2012
Stevens, Craig Tight End Tennessee Titans 2008
Su ...

Your list is off.  Ryan Longwell was not the kicker for the Vikings this year, he came out of retirement to play for the Seahawks in the playoffs.


Wikipedia is not a reliable source, dammit. Either way - Longwell kicked in the NFL in 2012.
 
2013-02-13 10:19:51 PM
I really, really wish people would open their friggin' eyes.

If you take Cam Netwon and give him better decision making ability and lighter skin , you have Andrew Luck.

Yet noone ever equates the two, even though their combine numbers are just about equal across the board. No, really, go compare them.

THAT is why Luck makes plays with his feet a lot. He's kinda got the tools for it.

RG3 is more off-the-cuff and gunslingerish, making it up as he goes. Hasn't learned to not take hits yet.
 
2013-02-13 11:23:02 PM
I'd be interested to see a poll of fans of the 28 teams that are NOT the hawks, skins, colts, or niners, as to who they'd take first in a draft of Wilson, Luck, RG3, or Kaepernick.

I'm an admittedly very biased Niners fan, so no surprise that I'd take Kap.  I suspect it's a similar story with hawks, skins and colts fans, though.  Interesting to see who the most disinterested fans would take.  At any rate, there's no wrong answer, so it may just be a matter of personal taste and fit within an offense.
 
2013-02-14 08:15:54 AM
A Badger at the top of each column.  Never thought I would see the day.

/On Wisconsin
 
2013-02-14 01:23:49 PM

xaks: I really, really wish people would open their friggin' eyes.

If you take Cam Netwon and give him better decision making ability and lighter skin , you have Andrew Luck.

Yet noone ever equates the two, even though their combine numbers are just about equal across the board. No, really, go compare them.

THAT is why Luck makes plays with his feet a lot. He's kinda got the tools for it.

RG3 is more off-the-cuff and gunslingerish, making it up as he goes. Hasn't learned to not take hits yet.


I was actually really surprised you were right. I thought Newton was appreciably faster and a bit more agile but he's not. I found this cool GIF of luck, bobby 3 sticks and cam running their 40s simultaneously like the ghost car in racing video games.

http://assets.sbnation.com/assets/971739/simul.gif
 
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