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  1. #136

    Re: All Things Draft:



    That feeling that I had back Dec/Jan (i.e., Eifert will be on the board for us [whenever we picked]) is back.

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    Source confirms Tony Gonzalez is coming back to the #Falcons, as @JayGlazer reported.
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  2. #137

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPlayReceiver View Post
    That feeling that I had back Dec/Jan (i.e., Eifert will be on the board for us [whenever we picked]) is back.
    It would be hard for Eifert not to be a possible BPA at #32. Phenomenal player, IMO the best (most complete) TE of the past 3 years. Don't get all the internet draftafarians trying to put Ertz (vastly inferior prospect) ahead of him.

    He would be a massive upgrade over Dickson as our in-line TE, kicking Pitta into the slot. I don't think the Falcons hanging onto Gonzalez for another year takes him out of the equation for him, though--they could always just run more 2TE sets and have him take over in 2014. Their offense would be scary with Julio, Roddy, Gonzo and Eifert as the top 4 targets.




  3. #138

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    I love the idea of Pitta replacing Boldin as the slot reciever with Eifert at TE. Could run a lot of formations similar to the Pats. Jacoby and Torrey on the outside to cause deep zones. Teams are going to be scared of Jacoby after what he did in the post season
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  4. #139

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    And to compare speed, Pitta is faster than Boldin, not by much, but just to get rid of that argument against Pitta in the slot
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  5. #140

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmorecareful View Post
    It would be hard for Eifert not to be a possible BPA at #32. Phenomenal player, IMO the best (most complete) TE of the past 3 years. Don't get all the internet draftafarians trying to put Ertz (vastly inferior prospect) ahead of him.

    He would be a massive upgrade over Dickson as our in-line TE, kicking Pitta into the slot. I don't think the Falcons hanging onto Gonzalez for another year takes him out of the equation for him, though--they could always just run more 2TE sets and have him take over in 2014. Their offense would be scary with Julio, Roddy, Gonzo and Eifert as the top 4 targets.
    I wouldn't want to face that corps at all...man.
    "On their way to the podium, the Ravens FO is going to collectively step over my dead body and select...Breshad Perriman." -- Me, the day before the Draft

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  6. #141

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    Quote Originally Posted by runrayrun27 View Post
    I love the idea of Pitta replacing Boldin as the slot reciever with Eifert at TE. Could run a lot of formations similar to the Pats. Jacoby and Torrey on the outside to cause deep zones. Teams are going to be scared of Jacoby after what he did in the post season
    I'm not a Combine monkey at all, but Eifert demonstrated some serious explosion in Indy.
    There's soooo much that an OC can do with Eifert. Similar to Austin, he could make the entire passing game light up.
    "On their way to the podium, the Ravens FO is going to collectively step over my dead body and select...Breshad Perriman." -- Me, the day before the Draft

    Settle down. John Harbaugh and Joe Flacco's Baltimore Ravens can beat any team, anywhere.

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    Re: All Things Draft:

    Quote Originally Posted by BigPlayReceiver View Post
    I'm not a Combine monkey at all, but Eifert demonstrated some serious explosion in Indy.
    There's soooo much that an OC can do with Eifert. Similar to Austin, he could make the entire passing game light up.
    He really could.

    They could run an offense with Torrey, Jacoby, Eiffert, and Pitta. Lots of mismatches there.
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  8. #143

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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    He really could.

    They could run an offense with Torrey, Jacoby, Eiffert, and Pitta. Lots of mismatches there.
    I've been thinking about that the last couple days...would we ever huddle with that personnel? lol




  9. #144

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    Heard Elam looks great at pro day today, i been back and forth on him because of his height but there is no denying he's a really good football player.




  10. #145

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    I think DeAndre Hopkins could really be Boldin's replacement. Great size and really strong hands. He mostly plays outside, but I could see him being a coverage nightmare in the slot
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  11. #146

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    Quote Originally Posted by runrayrun27 View Post
    I think DeAndre Hopkins could really be Boldin's replacement. Great size and really strong hands. He mostly plays outside, but I could see him being a coverage nightmare in the slot
    I think he's going to be gone by #32. Too many teams ahead of us with WR needs.
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  12. #147

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    Definite possibility. His range is wide. Middle of the 1st -> middle of the 2nd
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    Re: All Things Draft:

    Arthur brown ran a 4.58 40 and was meant to be terrific in drills

    My other choice for pick 32.

    Brown, armstead, Cyprien, three guys I've been pushing for a while now.

    In fact, I've even said brown will be the first MLB of the board




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    Re: All Things Draft:

    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    Arthur brown ran a 4.58 40 and was meant to be terrific in drills

    My other choice for pick 32.

    Brown, armstead, Cyprien, three guys I've been pushing for a while now.

    In fact, I've even said brown will be the first MLB of the board
    I would love it if we draft Arthur Brown, I hope he's on the Ravens radar.




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    Finally someone on this board agrees with me! Lol




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