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    Re: King Dunlop views on him?



    After McKinnie getting hurt and showing up late and out of shape for camp I just dont see Ozzie giving him another contract. Dunlop is about the same size and his strength is also as a pass blocker. Putting him next to KO might improve his game. He is only 27 years old and made it into the starting line up despite being a 7th round pick. Would rather him him than McKinnie for the same money. We could draft Faulk, Watson or Qussenberry and develope them for a year ot two and have a really good offensive line put together to last a few years




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    Long>Beatty>McKinnie>Dunlap>Oher>Bushrod

    And Albert is in there somewhere as well, but won't be a good value at all, IMO. So he might be last, due to my assumption he will be HIGHLY priced.

    As others have stated, a LT in teh draft no later then 4th round accompnaies all but Long and Perhaps Beatty in thsi scenario.




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    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    I think I'd rather have McKinnie back for another year, but I'd certainly take Dunlap over Oher at LT.
    I agree.

    I don't think much of Dunlap at all, but we have to do everything possible to not have Oher back at LT.


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    Re: King Dunlop views on him?

    Quote Originally Posted by jonboy79 View Post
    Long>Beatty>McKinnie>Dunlap>Oher>Bushrod

    And Albert is in there somewhere as well, but won't be a good value at all, IMO. So he might be last, due to my assumption he will be HIGHLY priced.

    As others have stated, a LT in teh draft no later then 4th round accompnaies all but Long and Perhaps Beatty in thsi scenario.
    The Ravens have met with nearly half the OT prospects, they even met with Lane Johnson who will be going in the top 15. The Ravens will 100 % be taking a OT with one of their first four picks IMO, unless they make a big splash on a guy like Long or Beatty, which I don't see happening at all.




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    Re: King Dunlop views on him?

    Well, I'm calling it right now. Jake Long will be a Raven.
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    Re: King Dunlop views on him?

    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    After week 7, he played ever snap for the Eagles, and I totally disagree with you. He gave up less sacks, pressures, and hits than Oher did down that stretch at LT.

    Dunlap gave up 4 sacks after week 7, Oher gave up 8. Oher gave up 17 QB pressures while Dunlap gave up 15. Dunlop also had Nick Foles playing QB who was a rookie.
    Let's see if the Eagles even try to resign him. I have a feeling they are so sick of him that they won't
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Well, I'm calling it right now. Jake Long will be a Raven.
    What happened to all those Clady predictions?
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    Re: King Dunlop views on him?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Well, I'm calling it right now. Jake Long will be a Raven.
    I was thinking the same thing. If it's one thing the playoff run proved, it's how deadly the offense can be with a good offensive line. I think hiring Castillo is part of the plan to eventually dominate in that arena. Perhaps they've decided to stop pussyfooting around and really shore up a solid young line that can work with Joe for years to come.




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    Re: King Dunlop views on him?

    Pass on Dunlop.... Hoping McKinnie is back and under 360 in 2013 !!!




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    The few games i saw i didnt really care for dunlap. Most eagles fans i know dont really care for the guy much amd quite frankly, sounds pretty similar to our fanbases thoughts on oher. I dont think he was really "better" than oher id say both are pretty much proving not to be NFL LTs. If its dunlop Oher or a rookie... Id take the rookie. Even inexperienced at this point i have to assume if we draft one in the first two rounds hell be better than either or atleast have more upside and be better with more experience. To me Dunlap is only an option if we lose out on drafting one we targeted early and hes still available after the draft for depth. Even then we may wait to see if a vet gets cut later.
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    Re: King Dunlop views on him?

    Dunlop is going to be available latter on in free agency. He's not someone that any team will be in a rush to sign but he eventually will make a roster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    What happened to all those Clady predictions?
    he's getting tagged.




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    Re: King Dunlop views on him?

    I think Dunlap is going to be one of the best value to price relationships.

    He'll be 28 in September, McKinnie will be 34 just 2 weeks later. That matters less if we're talking about a 1-2 year deal, but the projected decline in even a full season of activity for McKinnie is non-trivial.

    McKinnie and Dunlap have a lot of similarities, particularly in terms of height, and natural pass blocking advantages, while neither is an effective run blocker.

    Assuming they were the same price, I'd take Dunlap first. I'm not sure how the market will value them.




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    Re: King Dunlop views on him?

    Quote Originally Posted by Filmstudy View Post
    I think Dunlap is going to be one of the best value to price relationships.

    He'll be 28 in September, McKinnie will be 34 just 2 weeks later. That matters less if we're talking about a 1-2 year deal, but the projected decline in even a full season of activity for McKinnie is non-trivial.

    McKinnie and Dunlap have a lot of similarities, particularly in terms of height, and natural pass blocking advantages, while neither is an effective run blocker.

    Assuming they were the same price, I'd take Dunlap first. I'm not sure how the market will value them.
    There are no questions that he's better than Oher at LT right?




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    Re: King Dunlop views on him?

    Quote Originally Posted by jonboy79 View Post
    he's getting tagged.
    I know. It's kind of a joke with Excellector and me. For months he was posting that Clady would be a Raven and I would always reply that there is no way the Broncos don't tag Clady. Looks like he finally agrees and has moved on to Long. Honestly I don't the Ravens able to sign any contracts of that size this year.
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