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    Quote Originally Posted by HowFit View Post
    yes, but everyone heals differently. Besides, for Adrian just jump back so quickly and run like nothing happened has me suspicious. If that's the case with Revis then that's fine...
    Its hard work my man (re: AP).
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    Last edited by Bravo95; 01-27-2013 at 04:41 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo95 View Post
    Boom. Lets steal him away for a couple of mid-late round picks just like we did with Asante.

    L.A. Angels/ Atlanta Falcons/ Anaheim Ducks/ L.A. Clippers

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    Quote Originally Posted by FalconsNation02 View Post
    Boom. Lets steal him away for a couple of mid-late round picks just like we did with Asante.
    It must be nice to dream [Although if we do, I would no longer tolerate people badmouthing Dimitroff on here]




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    TD's boy Pioli ranked his Top 10 underclassmen in Peter King's latest MMQB column:

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/nfl...r_a2&eref=sihp
    1. Luke Joeckel, T, Texas A&M. Strong candidate for the first overall pick. Three-year starter at left tackle in the Big 12 and never red-shirted. A true height-weight-speed prospect who plays with good athleticism and body control. Will play early while he develops better hip and core strength. Good teammate too.

    2. Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama. One of the youngest players in the draft (20), but a very experienced corner from the best-coached DB group in the country. Milliner has the flexibility, intelligence and experience to play outside corner and also line up in the slot. Should contribute on special teams early in his career.

    3. Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida. Also 20, Floyd is a strong, athletic defensive lineman who, at 6-foot-3 and 303 pounds, has position and scheme versatility. Good competitor and tough player against the run and pass. Not great sack numbers, but consistently disruptive in the pass rush, and the type of player who makes those around him better by making the offense concentrate so much on stopping him.

    4. Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State. Born in Germany, Werner learned football while at a Connecticut prep school as an exchange student. Played just two prep years before signing with Florida State. Two-year starter at left end in FSU's base and sub packages who shows surprising natural instincts, good hand strength and athletic ability. Pretty impressive to see he had 13 sacks in the ACC in the 2012 season.

    5. Johnathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State. At 6-3 and 335, he still has the athleticism to line up at multiple positions on the line -- not just at the nose. Active and instinctive, and showed improvement from 2011. Very good player versus the run that needs to continue to improve his every-down consistency.

    6. Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama. Low-mileage rusher (355 carries in three seasons with the Tide) who played behind two outstanding backs early in his career (Mark Ingram, Trent Richardson). Averaged 6.8 yards per rush in his college career behind an offensive line better than some NFL lines. Good receiving skills, and a willing blocker. He should be an every-down back in the NFL.

    7. Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia. Began his college career at USC in 2009 and transferred closer to home after suffering a neck injury his true freshman year. Highly instinctive and productive college player, but at 6-3 and 241, could be a tough positional fit. Dominated certain games (Florida), disappeared in others (Alabama).

    8. Keenan Allen, WR, Cal. Originally committed to Alabama out of HS, but decided to join his QB brother Zach to play together at Cal. Allen is a big (6-3, 210), savvy and highly competitive WR who has played the slot and outside. Lacks top speed, but is very natural and quick. In a WR class that appears to lack elite players, he may be the best.

    9. Alec Ogletree, MLB, Georgia. Tremendously talented athlete at 6-3 and 232, and should be an every-down NFL inside 'backer or middle 'backer. Has the skill and ability to contribute immediately all defenses as well as special teams. Jumps off the tape and could have the most upside of any underclassman in the draft. But some off-the-field issues will need to be studied before giving him a final grade.

    10. Gavin Escobar, TE, San Diego State. Three-year starter who was hampered this season by a knee injury that he played through. Good height-weight-speed prospect at 6-6 and 255 who right now is more receiver than blocker. I'm high on his ability to produce as an offensive tight end right now in the more wide-open NFL offenses. He's what we call an "F-type'' tight end, a receiver who can play off the line probably more productively than as a blocker right now.

    Pioli will be doing some work for NBC Sports Network at the Super Bowl.
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    Interesting, I've seen [I think] Floyd mocked to us quite a bit.




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    Dolphins respect Reggie Bush's work ethic and production. But team thinks Lamar Miller, who's bigger and faster, could be better.
    And if Bush is going to ask for $4-$5 million per year, it makes sense to offer what team is comfortable with and if he balks, let him walk.
    So Reggie Bush will likely test free agency, as I've written, without certainty about where he'll land -- in Miami or elsewhere.
    @ArmandoSalguero / Miami Herald columnist

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo95 View Post
    @ArmandoSalguero / Miami Herald columnist
    I dont see us going after Bush to be honest.

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    PFF chart on cornerbacks allowing the highest percentage of first downs and touchdowns:

    http://www.profootballfocus.com/blog...d-cornerbacks/
    Last edited by Bravo95; 01-29-2013 at 07:38 AM.

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    And now the cornerbacks with lowest percentage of first downs and touchdowns allowed:

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    Impending free agent Leodis McKelvin said he'll be looking for an opportunity to play on defense in 2013.

    McKelvin has already established himself as one of the league's top return men, but he started just four games at corner this season. "Most definitely we'll be considering the positions I'm playing," he said. "That's what I'm looking for. [The] return game is always going to be there, but I'm going to be looking for a chance to play on defense."
    rotoworld

    OK, so he was the Bills' primary slot corner this past season, and finished 1st and 4th in punt and kick return average, respectively, with two TDs. They would simply cut Robinson, move McClain outside to RCB opposite Samuel, and McKelvin is your new slot DB/PR/KR. Bobby Mac is one inch shorter than Dunta, but Leodis is 3 years younger than DR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo95 View Post
    rotoworld

    OK, so he was the Bills' primary slot corner this past season, and finished 1st and 4th in punt and kick return average, respectively, with two TDs. They would simply cut Robinson, move McClain outside to RCB opposite Samuel, and McKelvin is your new slot DB/PR/KR. Bobby Mac is one inch shorter than Dunta, but Leodis is 3 years younger than DR.
    I actually like that. He is a gamebreaker for sure. Could be a good corner. He has his moments.

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    Regardless, some more speed at corner can't hurt us.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramon Nivar View Post
    Regardless, some more speed at corner can't hurt us.
    Yeah and i think he is 6 ft. Too so more size is also an addition.

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    PFR has McKelvin listed at 5'11" 190 so he's bigger than both McClain and Robinson. He's also from Waycross, GA so there's the sorta-local connection if that matters.

    I've been looking at free agent linebackers also, specifically strongside in case TD just blows up our front seven and drops Nicholas (among others). The one I'm focused on is Philip Wheeler, who played at GA Tech and looked like the best player on the field when the Raiders came to town. Don't know how well he covers, but as far as a pass rusher and run stopper, he has been a difference maker.

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