Anselmheifer

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  1. It’s good to see McLaurin get some much publicity. We haven’t had a player that exciting on offense since Desean left and I think McLaurin and be better than Desean.
  2. Anselmheifer

    2021 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    So, he’s going to miss the season. Does he declare, and how high would he go? This is so bad for his draft stock.
  3. Anselmheifer

    2021 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    I agree with every ounce of this. I'm hoping next year also looks good. Chase, Lawrence and Sewell are a very good top 3, but I don't know if the top 10 will be as good as this draft.
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    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    Nice to see Haskins building chemistry with his WR's. Also, he looks like an entirely different human being. He has a basketball build now.
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    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    The weight loss to me also says a lot about work ethic and professionalism. He’s taking things seriously. Doesn’t mean he’ll be successful, but it’s a good sign.
  6. Anselmheifer

    2021 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    https://247sports.com/college/ohio-state/ContentGallery/Who-are-the-fastest-players-on-the-Ohio-State-Buckeyes-2017-football-roster-52032323/#52032323_7 So physical in these highlights and was faster than Terry McLaurin as a freshman. He’d look great on this team if we miss out on Sewell.
  7. Anselmheifer

    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    Jones has ball security issues in college. This isn’t a one off.
  8. Anselmheifer

    4-3 Starting Lineup

    Ugh. I must be tired. Yes, Kyle Smith! Thanks! We are in agreement about Khaleke Hudson. Also, Matt Judon is getting franchised for 16.8 million dollars. In 4 years, he posted 4, 8, 7, and 9.5 sacks. I think we can expect Sweat to be a lot better than that. It's going to be really expensive to keep this DL group together. We might need to look at moving some of the pieces for picks, similar to the Deforest Buckner trade.
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    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    I wonder what he would have looked like with a competent OL and receiving options. I think he has a high ceiling if we can protect him and get some weapons. Still need a TE1 and a WR2, and a LT and RT. That's a lot of needs, unless AGG and Saahdiq Charles really pan out quickly.
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    4-3 Starting Lineup

    I agree with all of this, but also with the above posters. Hudson is small, but plenty athletic. He's competitive, has a great work ethic and had major production at a big time program. And he was a special teams contributor. Seems like a Kyle Smith type pick. Hudson also seems like the type of player that a team with some stars and a winning defensive culture could develop into a solid contributor. He looks like the type of player the Ravens would draft and then get major contributions out of in 2 or 3 years
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    4-3 Starting Lineup

    I think that if we are going to be an elite defense, we still need to add an elite LB and an elite CB, and I don't think that's too much to ask for. Those pieces to come available in FA and aren't impossible to find in the draft. I think our LB's can be solid, but I don't expect anything extraordinary. I actually think our DL will also be good but not extraordinary this year. I think 2021 is the year this becomes a defense to be feared. Hopefully we can add a few more offensive pieces before then. In any case, I'd love to see a Micah Parsons or a CJ Mosley in the middle for us.
  12. In terms of McLaurin, I don't know that he needs to play all 3 positions, but I think he'll play both outside positions and hopefully we do a good job of moving him around to exploit matchups. I think that given Turner's history, Sims is going to eat in the slot. You should be right. We can expect WR screens, shovel passes, jet sweeps, slants and short crossers. Nobody will confuse Sims with Tyreek Hill. Sims isn't going to run away from a defense at 23mph and nobody is ever going to ask themselves if Sims might be the fastest player in the NFL. He just doesn't have ELITE deep linear speed. He can still be very good for us, but a big part of what makes Tyreek Hill so good underneath IS his elite long speed. You have to give Tyreek some cushion and that gives him more space to work underneath. Sims isn't going to get as much space and doesn't have as much speed to run away from tight coverage. I have to say though, that I LOVE some of Sims' route running. He's going to be a very tough cover as he puts it all together. I don't think Kareem Hunt is a good model for Antonio Gibson. IMHO, Gibson should never be a work horse RB that runs the ball 272 times in a season. Especially not on a team with Guice. Guice, I actually could see in a Kareem Hunt role. I think Guice is a much better receiver than given credit for. The best case scenario for Gibson is that he's a rich man's Chris Thompson. In Thompson's only 16 game season he ran the ball 68 times for 356 yards and cought 49 balls for 349 yards. In the following season, Thompson nearly doubles his ypc going for 510 yards on 39 catches. Gibson doesn't have the injury history that Thompson did, and is much bigger, which hopefully will also lead to better durability. I'll also say that I think Gibson is more explosive than Chris Thompson, if anything. The other area that Chris Thompson was excellent however was in pass protection. Who knows how Gibson will look there.
  13. People are seeing what they want to see.
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    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Does anyone else look at how the draft fell and think that maybe we should have moved up for Denzel Mims? Mims was chosen at 59 by the Jets and we obviously took Gibson at 66. I like Gibson, but Mims has Julio Jones caliber athletic numbers, was productive in college, I believe met all of the markers in terms of breakout age and dominator score etc, and looked good at the Senior Bowl. I know a lot of people here like AGG, but I view him as more of a 4th WR type, like Harmon. Would be really nice to have a 1A 1B type receiving corps, like we did with DJax and Garcon. We need another outside playmaker.
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    Welcome to the Redskins Chase Young DE Ohio State

    I don't think Sweat has a sullied reputation with fans. He came on late in the year and looked better as the year went on. He was effective vs the run. Seven sacks from a rookie is nothing to sneeze at. If anything, I don't think people pouted about the Sweat selection until we were sitting in the 2nd round looking at everyone that would have been available if we still had that pick. Sweat I think was a really good choice. I think he was worth the trade up and that we won't have any regrets long term. I'd love to see him training in the summer with Chase Young and the Bosas and working on his hands and pass rush plan. This DL has a lot of pieces that are very complementary and Chase Young could be the piece that makes the machine hum.