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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by Claymation View Post
    That's unbelievable.

  2. #32
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    How about Oshane Ximines from Old Dominion

    Player bio
    Despite 35 career sacks in high school - including six in one game as a senior - Ximines (pronounced Zim-ah-nes) generated little interest from top college programs, earning just two stars from recruiting services and ultimately signing with Old Dominion, where he redshirted his first year on campus.
    Ximines' speed off the edge made him a standout, leading the team in tackles for loss and sacks the next four years, ultimately leaving with 51 and 32.5, respectively, to go along with 176 overall tackles. As a senior in 2018, he registered 12.0 sacks, 18.5 tackles for loss and four forced fumbles, ranking among national leaders and earning an invitation to the Senior Bowl.
    Ximines performed well in early contests against top competition (including a seven-tackle, two-sack performance in Old Dominion's stunning upset over Virginia Tech), he was mostly held in check at the Senior Bowl. He measured 10 pounds lighter (245) than his listed playing weight for the Monarchs, suggesting that his initial role in the NFL may be as a third-down pass-rush specialist.
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    PROJECTION: Fourth Round
    Smooth accelerator off the snap, flashing an explosive burst out of the three-point stance to cross the face of tackles. Possesses the core flexibility to run the arc efficiently, wrapping tightly around the corner without losing speed.
    Shows good awareness of quick throws, getting his hands to deflect passes and even tipping an interception to himself (vs. Marshall). Terrific hand-eye coordination to get his hands on the ball often, forcing an eye-popping 11 fumbles over his career and deflecting 12 passes, as well as one kick. He wasn't asked to drop back into coverage at Old Dominion but shows intriguing agility (including quick reactions to cut-blocks), which suggest that he may be able to handle these duties.
    He'll have to help against the pass or on special teams as Ximines is currently pushed around in the running game, struggling to break free once blockers latch on.

    He might not be too good against the run, but we have the Williamses for that.

  3. #33
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    Are we gonna add any protection for Darnold? If not, what's the point of this all? We won't do **** with the same poor OL we had last year. I wouldn't mind using both 3rds on OL, then go for secondary help and whatever else.

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    Taylor and Risner will be gone, doubt we are going to draft a OL starter/upgrade this year. We gotta hope KO dominates and everyone else improves this year. I don't know why were weren't bigger players in FA when it comes to offense and I don't know why we focused out efforts where we did. We could have signed flat out studs to anchor our line and a great #2 WR in Tate who seems like he would fit ideally with Sam's strengths (intermediate passing) for really good contracts. Instead we overpay an LB when we are pretty strong there and overpay a injury prone slot WR that has never put up great numbers.

    Outside of him getting lucky the Giants passed on Darnold I think Mac has been pretty bad when it comes to GM... we are just lucky Gettleman is worse.
    Last edited by Dmagic387; 04-26-2019 at 03:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmagic387 View Post
    Taylor and Risner will be gone, doubt we are going to draft a OL starter/upgrade this year. We gotta hope KO dominates and everyone else improves this year. I don't know why were weren't bigger players in FA when it comes to offense and I don't know why we focused out efforts where we did. We could have signed flat out studs to anchor our line and a great #2 WR in Tate who seems like he would fit ideally with Sam's strengths (intermediate passing) for really good contracts. Instead we overpay an LB when we are pretty strong there and overpay a injury prone slot WR that has never put up great numbers.

    Outside of him getting lucky the Giants passed on Darnold I think Mac has been pretty bad when it comes to GM... we are just lucky Gettleman is worse.
    I agree that Mac is bad and have been pounding the table for OL for years. He totally blew it in the offseason by not signing a center or tackle, thoug he did get a good guard. I also agree the Gettleman is terrible and his first two picks last night were laughable, but I can't fault him last year for taking Barkley over Darnold, since it was a matter of choice and Barkley is the closest thing to Barry Sanders that we've seen in quite a while.

    All that being said, I hope there is some decent OL help in the third round when we pick again, barring any trades up of course.

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    I wonder if we can package lee and a third to move into the second, that would be awesome.


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    haha delusional
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyi View Post
    How about Oshane Ximines from Old Dominion

    Player bio
    Despite 35 career sacks in high school - including six in one game as a senior - Ximines (pronounced Zim-ah-nes) generated little interest from top college programs, earning just two stars from recruiting services and ultimately signing with Old Dominion, where he redshirted his first year on campus.
    Ximines' speed off the edge made him a standout, leading the team in tackles for loss and sacks the next four years, ultimately leaving with 51 and 32.5, respectively, to go along with 176 overall tackles. As a senior in 2018, he registered 12.0 sacks, 18.5 tackles for loss and four forced fumbles, ranking among national leaders and earning an invitation to the Senior Bowl.
    Ximines performed well in early contests against top competition (including a seven-tackle, two-sack performance in Old Dominion's stunning upset over Virginia Tech), he was mostly held in check at the Senior Bowl. He measured 10 pounds lighter (245) than his listed playing weight for the Monarchs, suggesting that his initial role in the NFL may be as a third-down pass-rush specialist.
    Analysis
    PROJECTION: Fourth Round
    Smooth accelerator off the snap, flashing an explosive burst out of the three-point stance to cross the face of tackles. Possesses the core flexibility to run the arc efficiently, wrapping tightly around the corner without losing speed.
    Shows good awareness of quick throws, getting his hands to deflect passes and even tipping an interception to himself (vs. Marshall). Terrific hand-eye coordination to get his hands on the ball often, forcing an eye-popping 11 fumbles over his career and deflecting 12 passes, as well as one kick. He wasn't asked to drop back into coverage at Old Dominion but shows intriguing agility (including quick reactions to cut-blocks), which suggest that he may be able to handle these duties.
    He'll have to help against the pass or on special teams as Ximines is currently pushed around in the running game, struggling to break free once blockers latch on.

    He might not be too good against the run, but we have the Williamses for that.
    Love Ximines, can be had in the 4th


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    Quote Originally Posted by Claymation View Post
    Love Ximines, can be had in the 4th
    Yeah, that's what I thought, but the Giants snagged him and got a good player.

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    "You don't know how to drink. Your whole generation, you drink for the wrong reasons. My generation, we drink because it's good, because it feels better than unbuttoning your collar, because we deserve it. We drink because it's what men do."

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    He blesses himself. #ibelieve


    "You don't know how to drink. Your whole generation, you drink for the wrong reasons. My generation, we drink because it's good, because it feels better than unbuttoning your collar, because we deserve it. We drink because it's what men do."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claymation View Post
    He blesses himself. #ibelieve
    And thanks himself...

    Uh oh




    **** off. Where's my title

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claymation View Post
    He does it all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    And thanks himself...

    Uh oh

    Thatís great, I like the kid. I hope he succeeds not only for us, but heís a good dude. Loved his quick interview with Deion Sanders

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry M View Post
    Thatís great, I like the kid. I hope he succeeds not only for us, but heís a good dude. Loved his quick interview with Deion Sanders

    He's authentic and seems like a solid character. I think Leo and him will be a very nasty combo that makes Avery and CJ even nastier which will open up or soften the edges.



    **** off. Where's my title

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    "You don't know how to drink. Your whole generation, you drink for the wrong reasons. My generation, we drink because it's good, because it feels better than unbuttoning your collar, because we deserve it. We drink because it's what men do."

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