Koolblue13

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About Koolblue13

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    1980
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    I'd also be curious to find out if folks around here are more inclined to use old lady soft bottom paper like a cottenel or northwestern, or a real business taking care of type, like a scottie. ME: Folder, Over, Back to front, Scottie. Good to know
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  1. Yeah, wouldn't be mad if we traded back twice and ened up out of the first altogether, but with 3 2s, 3s and 4s. Theres a slew of talent in there and we need all the at bats we can get.
  2. I could see edge, CB, NT with our first 3.
  3. My personal choice, Hooker, Adams, Allen slipping to us. Or Howard.
  4. I go back and forth with McCaffery and Cook. I'm leaning towards McCaffery though, as he's just more reliable and healthy. He would be a fantastic addition to our offense and really help on 3rds and RZ targets. I'd be fine with him, but Im definitely more excited about defensive targets. Im also much more excited about rounds 2- 4, than the first and baring a drop of only a couple players, I'd be fine to trade out of it.
  5. @Panninho, whats Davis doing to **** up?
  6. Steve was very low on Foster from day 1. He's dropping for good reason. He's an undersized MO, who doesn't understand the playbook, doesnt really make game changing plays and excels because he's surrounded by a ton of guys who will excel in the NFL. Now, a lot of that might be arguable, but theres truth to all of it. Now he makes questionable decisions off the field and had a failed drug test, was injured and kicked out of the combine, which was the most important day of his professional life. And then theres the concussion concerns to boot. Add in Reddick who looks to be a fast versatile team player, Cunningham who is a tackle machine and perfect MO and Davis who is a team leader and I see exactly why Foster should drop. He's a bigger red flag than McDowell, without being a physical monster.
  7. I wouldn't touch Foster at all now.
  8. Sure. Remember when he fumbled multiple times in consecutive games? Remember when he fumbled his helmet? Remember when he was worse at blocking than Reed? Remember when he was tackled by a hand grazing him? Remember him being talked by almost being touched? Remember him falling backwards because he liked to dance instead of lowering a shoulder? I seriously can not think of a worse running we've had and seeing a 235 pound 6'3" man run that freaking soft and scared, with a 4.35 40 and insane potential was one of the most frustrating and disappointing moments for me towards one player. If you need reminding why Jones was on the bench, you must not have seen him play.