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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Sat Nov 28, 2015 4:14 am

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1 Jayron Kearse  SS Clemson
2 Kyle Murphy  OT Stanford
3 Cameron Sutton  CB Tennessee

I really like those first three picks.  That said, I'm a big believer in Villanueva.  Replace Murphy with a LG, and we have ourselves a deal.  

Wait... even better: trade the R2 pick for Mike Pouncey.  


Game. Set. Match!!!  


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Are the Dolphins low on Mike for some reason?  I would do that deal in a heartbeat but I find it hard to believe they would even give that a serious thought.

Mike Pouncey would be a nice addition to our offensive line. He and his brother Maurkice would have inherent chemistry, I'd love for that deal to be made. Maurkice though, wish that guy wasn't made of glass. He's like Samuel L. Jackson's character from Unbreakable.

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Sun Nov 29, 2015 10:11 am

@PhantomJB93 wrote:
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1 Jayron Kearse  SS Clemson
2 Kyle Murphy  OT Stanford
3 Cameron Sutton  CB Tennessee

I really like those first three picks.  That said, I'm a big believer in Villanueva.  Replace Murphy with a LG, and we have ourselves a deal.  

Wait... even better: trade the R2 pick for Mike Pouncey.  


Game. Set. Match!!!  


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Are the Dolphins low on Mike for some reason?  I would do that deal in a heartbeat but I find it hard to believe they would even give that a serious thought.

Last off-season, there were rumblings of the Dolphins parting ways with Mike. I don't remember the specifics.

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Sun Nov 29, 2015 10:53 am

Su'a Cravens, Noah Spence and Jayron Kearse.

Remember those three names come April.
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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Wed Dec 09, 2015 11:43 pm

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Su'a Cravens, Noah Spence and Jayron Kearse.

Remember those three names come April.

Cravens: yes
Kearse: yes
Spence: no way


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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Fri Dec 11, 2015 1:34 am

Speaking of Desmond King



An interesting video explaining the story behind Desmond King's success. I love this kid. I think he's going to be an impactful player in the NFL, and I sincerely hope that somehow he ends up in the Black & Gold at the professional level. I'd be the first to buy his jersey.

http://btn.com/2015/12/10/big-ten-football-iowas-desmond-king-wins-jim-thorpe-award/

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Sat Dec 12, 2015 3:49 pm

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Speaking of Desmond King



An interesting video explaining the story behind Desmond King's success. I love this kid. I think he's going to be an impactful player in the NFL, and I sincerely hope that somehow he ends up in the Black & Gold at the professional level. I'd be the first to buy his jersey.

http://btn.com/2015/12/10/big-ten-football-iowas-desmond-king-wins-jim-thorpe-award/


I am on board with King. I wouldnt object to taking him in round 1 if hes still there

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Mon Dec 14, 2015 12:41 am

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Speaking of Desmond King



An interesting video explaining the story behind Desmond King's success. I love this kid. I think he's going to be an impactful player in the NFL, and I sincerely hope that somehow he ends up in the Black & Gold at the professional level. I'd be the first to buy his jersey.

http://btn.com/2015/12/10/big-ten-football-iowas-desmond-king-wins-jim-thorpe-award/


I am on board with King. I wouldnt object to taking him in round 1 if hes still there

Quite possible he will be on the board in the 2nd. While great technique and physical player, tackler, he doesn't look to have the speed that a 1st round CB would have. Doesn't look explosive on film, so if he doesn't have the 40 time or vertical, it will confirm those thoughts.

If he jumps something like 36" vertical or runs a 4.4, then he could make the 1st round. If not, then he ends up projecting as a nickel CB or even potential convert to Safety.
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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Tue Dec 15, 2015 8:16 am

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Speaking of Desmond King



An interesting video explaining the story behind Desmond King's success. I love this kid. I think he's going to be an impactful player in the NFL, and I sincerely hope that somehow he ends up in the Black & Gold at the professional level. I'd be the first to buy his jersey.

http://btn.com/2015/12/10/big-ten-football-iowas-desmond-king-wins-jim-thorpe-award/


I am on board with King. I wouldnt object to taking him in round 1 if hes still there

Quite possible he will be on the board in the 2nd.  While great technique and physical player, tackler, he doesn't look to have the speed that a 1st round CB would have.  Doesn't look explosive on film, so if he doesn't have the 40 time or vertical, it will confirm those thoughts.

If he jumps something like 36" vertical or runs a 4.4, then he could make the 1st round.  If not, then he ends up projecting as a nickel CB or even potential convert to Safety.

He's actually deceptively fast. 4.4 speed.

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Wed Dec 16, 2015 6:38 pm

@IowaSteeler927 wrote:
@El-Gonzo Jackson wrote:
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Speaking of Desmond King



An interesting video explaining the story behind Desmond King's success. I love this kid. I think he's going to be an impactful player in the NFL, and I sincerely hope that somehow he ends up in the Black & Gold at the professional level. I'd be the first to buy his jersey.

http://btn.com/2015/12/10/big-ten-football-iowas-desmond-king-wins-jim-thorpe-award/


I am on board with King. I wouldnt object to taking him in round 1 if hes still there

Quite possible he will be on the board in the 2nd.  While great technique and physical player, tackler, he doesn't look to have the speed that a 1st round CB would have.  Doesn't look explosive on film, so if he doesn't have the 40 time or vertical, it will confirm those thoughts.

If he jumps something like 36" vertical or runs a 4.4, then he could make the 1st round.  If not, then he ends up projecting as a nickel CB or even potential convert to Safety.

He's actually deceptively fast. 4.4 speed.
Like I said, if he posts a 4.4 and something explosive in the vertical and 3 cone, then the NFL teams will grade him as such, but on tape you watch his kick returns and he doesn't look to be that explosive of an athlete.

This time last year, the reports for Doran Grant was that he runs a 4.32. His 4.44 at the combine in Indy says otherwise.
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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Thu Dec 17, 2015 1:15 am

@El-Gonzo Jackson wrote:
@IowaSteeler927 wrote:
@El-Gonzo Jackson wrote:
@ImperialFan wrote:
@IowaSteeler927 wrote:
Speaking of Desmond King



An interesting video explaining the story behind Desmond King's success. I love this kid. I think he's going to be an impactful player in the NFL, and I sincerely hope that somehow he ends up in the Black & Gold at the professional level. I'd be the first to buy his jersey.

http://btn.com/2015/12/10/big-ten-football-iowas-desmond-king-wins-jim-thorpe-award/


I am on board with King. I wouldnt object to taking him in round 1 if hes still there

Quite possible he will be on the board in the 2nd.  While great technique and physical player, tackler, he doesn't look to have the speed that a 1st round CB would have.  Doesn't look explosive on film, so if he doesn't have the 40 time or vertical, it will confirm those thoughts.

If he jumps something like 36" vertical or runs a 4.4, then he could make the 1st round.  If not, then he ends up projecting as a nickel CB or even potential convert to Safety.

He's actually deceptively fast. 4.4 speed.
 Like I said, if he posts a 4.4 and something explosive in the vertical and 3 cone, then the NFL teams will grade him as such, but on tape you watch his kick returns and he doesn't look to be that explosive of an athlete.  

This time last year, the reports for Doran Grant was that he runs a 4.32.  His 4.44 at the combine in Indy says otherwise.

King plays conservatively on kick returns just like he's coached and protects the ball. I don't think the tape tells the truth about his true speed. Speed doesn't always translate into pure talent, look at Darrius Heyward-Bey. World class speed, mediocre hands, and route running abilities.


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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Thu Dec 17, 2015 8:21 am

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@El-Gonzo Jackson wrote:
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@IowaSteeler927 wrote:
Speaking of Desmond King



An interesting video explaining the story behind Desmond King's success. I love this kid. I think he's going to be an impactful player in the NFL, and I sincerely hope that somehow he ends up in the Black & Gold at the professional level. I'd be the first to buy his jersey.

http://btn.com/2015/12/10/big-ten-football-iowas-desmond-king-wins-jim-thorpe-award/


I am on board with King. I wouldnt object to taking him in round 1 if hes still there

Quite possible he will be on the board in the 2nd.  While great technique and physical player, tackler, he doesn't look to have the speed that a 1st round CB would have.  Doesn't look explosive on film, so if he doesn't have the 40 time or vertical, it will confirm those thoughts.

If he jumps something like 36" vertical or runs a 4.4, then he could make the 1st round.  If not, then he ends up projecting as a nickel CB or even potential convert to Safety.

He's actually deceptively fast. 4.4 speed.
 Like I said, if he posts a 4.4 and something explosive in the vertical and 3 cone, then the NFL teams will grade him as such, but on tape you watch his kick returns and he doesn't look to be that explosive of an athlete.  

This time last year, the reports for Doran Grant was that he runs a 4.32.  His 4.44 at the combine in Indy says otherwise.

King plays conservatively on kick returns just like he's coached and protects the ball. I don't think the tape tells the truth about his true speed. Speed doesn't always translate into pure talent, look at Darrius Heyward-Bey. World class speed, mediocre hands, and route running abilities.


All I am saying is that he was productive in college, but there are questions about his skillset that might not translate the same in the NFL. Brandon Flowers was a guy without great 40 time, but his quickness and ball skills made him productive. King might be the same, but I think there are some questions that workouts will answer and that will determine if he is a 1st round pick or 3rd round pick.
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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Thu Dec 17, 2015 8:32 am

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Speaking of Desmond King



An interesting video explaining the story behind Desmond King's success. I love this kid. I think he's going to be an impactful player in the NFL, and I sincerely hope that somehow he ends up in the Black & Gold at the professional level. I'd be the first to buy his jersey.

http://btn.com/2015/12/10/big-ten-football-iowas-desmond-king-wins-jim-thorpe-award/


I am on board with King. I wouldnt object to taking him in round 1 if hes still there

Quite possible he will be on the board in the 2nd.  While great technique and physical player, tackler, he doesn't look to have the speed that a 1st round CB would have.  Doesn't look explosive on film, so if he doesn't have the 40 time or vertical, it will confirm those thoughts.

If he jumps something like 36" vertical or runs a 4.4, then he could make the 1st round.  If not, then he ends up projecting as a nickel CB or even potential convert to Safety.

He's actually deceptively fast. 4.4 speed.
 Like I said, if he posts a 4.4 and something explosive in the vertical and 3 cone, then the NFL teams will grade him as such, but on tape you watch his kick returns and he doesn't look to be that explosive of an athlete.  

This time last year, the reports for Doran Grant was that he runs a 4.32.  His 4.44 at the combine in Indy says otherwise.

King plays conservatively on kick returns just like he's coached and protects the ball. I don't think the tape tells the truth about his true speed. Speed doesn't always translate into pure talent, look at Darrius Heyward-Bey. World class speed, mediocre hands, and route running abilities.


All I am saying is that he was productive in college, but there are questions about his skillset that might not translate the same in the NFL.  Brandon Flowers was a guy without great 40 time, but his quickness and ball skills made him productive.  King might be the same, but I think there are some questions that workouts will answer and that will determine if he is a 1st round pick or 3rd round pick.

Very true. I just hope he pans out.

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Sun Dec 20, 2015 1:21 pm

Are there any good QBs in the draft class?

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Mon Dec 21, 2015 6:56 pm

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Are there any good QBs in the draft class?

Top of the draft is weak at QB outside of Lynch but there are definitely some guys (Hackenberg and Cardale off the top of my head) who will go in the mid-rounds who have better tools/pedigrees than your usual mid-round QB prospects.

I doubt we go that route now that Landry finally looks like a decent backup but wouldn't be upset with either of those guys I mentioned after R3. I fucking hate Cardale though as a person, he's a huge douche, but as a football player he's worth a shot.
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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Tue Dec 22, 2015 2:13 am

@PhantomJB93 wrote:
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Are there any good QBs in the draft class?

Top of the draft is weak at QB outside of Lynch but there are definitely some guys (Hackenberg and Cardale off the top of my head) who will go in the mid-rounds who have better tools/pedigrees than your usual mid-round QB prospects.

I doubt we go that route now that Landry finally looks like a decent backup but wouldn't be upset with either of those guys I mentioned after R3.  I fucking hate Cardale though as a person, he's a huge douche, but as a football player he's worth a shot.

No way would I want Cardale Jones. I just don't think he's got the tools for the NFL level. He didn't exactly blow me away this season playing for Ohio State, and I think he has maturity issues. I would take Hackenberg over Jones any day of the week.

I think we should just sign a cheap, solid, free agent this offseason honestly and wait to draft a quarterback in the next couple of years that has some definite potential.

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Thu Dec 24, 2015 6:53 pm

I need to start paying more attention to college football...I watch a lot of college hoops but college football for some reason just doesn't excite me that much, downside is when it comes to the draft I don't know any of the players until like the week of the draft.

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Thu Dec 24, 2015 9:36 pm

I watch a lot of college ball, even teams I don't much care for, or know anything about. I just love the sport so much. I read mock drafts ahead of time and try to get a feel as to who some of the big names are so I can watch them play prior to the draft. I watch the combines, the Senior Bowl, and the East-West Shrine Game, and the draft itself.

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Fri Dec 25, 2015 11:21 am

Desmond King drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the second round.

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Sat Dec 26, 2015 2:10 am

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Desmond King drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the second round.


For the King's sake, I hope not. But it wouldn't surprise me if he ended up in Cleveland, or Baltimore as a lot of my favorite Hawkeyes players do (Christian Kirksey, Carl Davis, Marshal Yanda...)

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Sun Dec 27, 2015 4:23 pm

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Mon Dec 28, 2015 8:47 am

I'll take Desmond King, or any of the other top CB prospects at this point.... Especially after our secondary let a scrub like Ryan Mallett who just got kicked off the Texans for acting like a bitch, beat us, and possibly squash our playoff hopes for good this season. It is high time the secondary is the PRIORITY in the draft, and in free agency.

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Mon Dec 28, 2015 9:42 am

The OLB position will need to be addressed again. Or do they hope Dupree becomes a star next year while hoping Jarvis & Harrison combine around 7-8 sacks?. (Last 3 games, zero sacks from the OLBs).

ILB is a possibility with Timmons getting older(no way does he deserve more $$$).

Safety will be a high priority, but I think they'll target a player like Eric Weddle in FA as a stopgap at that position. And take one in rounds 3 or 4.

No need to explain the CB position.

I think Beachum is brought back(1 year deal?) but the question is at Left Guard. If they target a guy like Weddle(what I'd do) doubt they'll have the money to bring him back. Is BJ Finny the answer? They gave him a pay raise about a month ago, so I'm assuming he's showing some nice things.
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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Tue Dec 29, 2015 2:47 am

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The OLB position will need to be addressed again. Or do they hope Dupree becomes a star next year while hoping Jarvis & Harrison combine around 7-8 sacks?. (Last 3 games, zero sacks from the OLBs).

ILB is a possibility with Timmons getting older(no way does he deserve more $$$).

Safety will be a high priority, but I think they'll target a player like Eric Weddle in FA as a stopgap at that position. And take one in rounds 3 or 4.

No need to explain the CB position.

I think Beachum is brought back(1 year deal?) but the question is at Left Guard. If they target a guy like Weddle(what I'd do) doubt they'll have the money to bring him back. Is BJ Finny the answer? They gave him a pay raise about a month ago, so I'm assuming he's showing some nice things.

I wouldn't mind seeing Weddle in the black and gold at all.

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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Wed Dec 30, 2015 8:30 pm

RD 1 TreDevious White CB LSU
RD 2 Jeremy Cash, S Duke
Rd 3 Sebastian Tretola, OG Arkansas
Rd 4 Chris Jones, DE Miss St

I would go for Cravens in the 2nd, but I think somebody else will pick him higher in the 2nd round.
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PostSubject: Re: 2016 nfl draft    Sat Jan 02, 2016 1:39 am

Apparently Desmond King's parents want him to stay in school, but he hasn't decided yet. If I were King I'd leave for the draft. Iowa football hit it's ceiling as evidenced by that piss poor Rose Bowl showing... King actually played quite well despite the horrible loss. Go make your money kid, you can finish that education later on.

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