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    Thumbs up Aaron Rodgers: Not a cerebral QB

    It should be obvious to anybody that Aaron Rodgers can't read a defense. I mean, why else would he have been sacked eight times in one half of football?
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    Because the seattle defensive back can actually cover 1-1.

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    He needs to spend more time in the film room

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    After watching Seattle I think teams will be looking for a new type of corner. Ones that are 6'2" or bigger that are very physical. They did a great job on the GB receivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikestops85 View Post
    After watching Seattle I think teams will be looking for a new type of corner. Ones that are 6'2" or bigger that are very physical. They did a great job on the GB receivers.
    All of our corners are 6 feet tall or larger, and all are capable of being physical.

    28 Allen, Cortez CB 6-1 196 23 2 The Citadel
    23 Lewis, Keenan CB 6-0 208 26 4 Oregon State
    24 Taylor, Ike CB 6-2 195 32 10 Louisiana-Lafayette
    30 Van Dyke, DeMarcus CB 6-1 187 23 2 Miami (Fla.)
    31 Brown, Curtis DB 6-0 185 24 2 Texas


    If Roquan Smith falls to late teens, trade 1.28 & 2.60 to SEA for 1.18 & 4.120:

    1.18 LB Roquan Smith
    3.92 FS Jessie Bates
    4.120 RB Royce Freeman
    5.148 DT Ken Norton
    5.165 TE Chris Herndon
    7.220 WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling
    7.246 OT Brett Toth

    If not:

    1.28 LB Leighton Vander Esch
    2.60 C/G Billy Price
    3.92 FS Jessie Bates
    5.148 DT Ken Norton
    5.165 TE Chris Herndon
    7.220 RB Ito Smith
    7.246 WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    All of our corners are 6 feet tall or larger, and all are capable of being physical.

    28 Allen, Cortez CB 6-1 196 23 2 The Citadel
    23 Lewis, Keenan CB 6-0 208 26 4 Oregon State
    24 Taylor, Ike CB 6-2 195 32 10 Louisiana-Lafayette
    30 Van Dyke, DeMarcus CB 6-1 187 23 2 Miami (Fla.)
    31 Brown, Curtis DB 6-0 185 24 2 Texas
    Did they grow? They sure play much smaller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    All of our corners are 6 feet tall or larger, and all are capable of being physical.

    28 Allen, Cortez CB 6-1 196 23 2 The Citadel
    23 Lewis, Keenan CB 6-0 208 26 4 Oregon State
    24 Taylor, Ike CB 6-2 195 32 10 Louisiana-Lafayette
    30 Van Dyke, DeMarcus CB 6-1 187 23 2 Miami (Fla.)
    31 Brown, Curtis DB 6-0 185 24 2 Texas
    So then let's make them play zone defense all the time. If the opposing defense needs x yards to convert, give the WRs a cushion of x + 2 yards. Always.
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