We never lose twice to the Pats in one season... we'll see them another time.
I can see us trading for Brandin Cooks this offseason.
what makes you think we trade for him?
Tavon Young is a steal. He's our future free safety.
I know he's a CB but I see him as a good safety too. I think he'll make the switch like Webb or we can use him like Tyrann Matheiu. He's a great open-field tackler.
Tavon is a beast! He plays like a Tavonian Devil!!!
Requesting Ban. Seriously, can we go 1 day without X should be moved to safety even though he is a good corner.
Does anyone know if Webb has gained weight for the safety position?
I really liked Ramsey but I think Stanley ends up being our LT for the next 10 years.
It's not a popular opinion but I always thought Ramsey was a bit overrated, he's a safety in the NFL, I don't think he could be an outside CB and I'm hesitant to take a safety all the way at 6.
I think Ramsey is the real deal but I do agree with you, he's a safety because of his instincts, range and lack of ball-skills.
Ramsey could be another Michael Huff for all we know, we're not going to know how good or bad this draft is for 3 years.
Of all the guys who left in FA who are you rooting for the most or will have the most success. My guy would be Tyrod Taylor (he has Watkins, Woods, Harvin, Clay to throw to, McCoy out of the backfield and a decent OL).
I'm on Steelers websites and the fans are either very salty or are in denial about being played by the Ravens for Maxx. Ozzie, U DA MAN.
Greg Jennings anyone?
My point isn't about last year, or the last 3 years, I am talking about the last decade. If you think there have not been more than 2 WRs in the last 10 drafts worth taking in the first 3 rounds, you'd be dead wrong.
A decade is a long time. Have you factored in how much technology has changed the way scouts evaluate prospects in the last decade. With nowadays's technology anybody can find any prospect no matter how small a school he comes from and evaluate them. Back in the day, the draft was a crap shoot, nowadays, it isn't as much so.
So? It was a crap shoot either way. No difference taking a risk on a WR than a defensive player. My point still stands. WR is a position we ignore come draft time (at least in the high rounds, where you might actually hit one) in relation to other positions. Why do we do that? I can only speculate.
Just heard this Bill Polian character on ESPN saying that Ngata is a cap casualty because of Flacco's contract and that the Lions won the trade. He couldn't be more wrong and ignorant.
Timmy J. time.. Bottom line. It Hurts to see Ngata go. Even more of an impact will be felt by the versatile McPhee. Homeboy is a DAWG. Big mistake.
This team will be middle of the pack unless the Oz reveals stunning results. McPhee and Ngata were stalwarks in the D
McPhee played less than 50% of all defensive snaps. I'm fine with staying pat with Suggs and doom. With the young guy getting more experienced (particularly BW, Mosely, and Jernigan) plus jimmy back and a full year of will hill, I think the defense should actually be overall much better.
Heartbreaker but Campanaro, Jernigan, BWill and obviously Mosley have a very bright future.