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    Quote Originally Posted by blah3 View Post
    I wasn't commenting on your conclusion. I was commenting specifically on the conclusion that STL is not sold on Bradford or he would have been extended by now. I find that a huge reached based on he is signed for 2 more years as is coming of significant injury.

    I think the issue that is going on here is that I am viewing the Rams as they view themselves (as best I can) and you are picking based on you being their new GM.
    Ok, I see now.

    And yes, you are right. For pick-by-pick mocks, I carry on as if I'm GM.
    If ever I do an all-32 mock again (it's been awhile), it would be based on what I think that franchise would do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ravenmaniac1123 View Post
    You have already f...ed this mock draft up by making an idiotic selection that doesn't have a snowball's chance in hell of being correct
    I'm not piling on or dismissing your opinion, although you could have expressed it in a more courteous manner.
    BPR had his reasons for the Bridgewater pick. While that may seem "unrealistic" to some, consider many of the draft choices the Browns, Jets, and other disfunctional teams have made over the years. It's not just amateur posters, but actual pro GMs who make some head-scratching choices... Bc




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    Re: RSR 2014 NFL Mock Draft - Picks Thread

    As the GM for the Steelers, i have sent my head coach to trip the card carrier of the Jags pick, may take a bit before we get it to come in.




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    Codypka is on the clock with the Jags. He still has till late tonight (Eastern time) to make the pick.

    To be fair, I did say we'd start Friday, so hopefully he sees this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by runrayrun27 View Post
    Codypka is on the clock with the Jags. He still has till late tonight (Eastern time) to make the pick.

    To be fair, I did say we'd start Friday, so hopefully he sees this!
    Maybe you should send him a PM so he knows it started earlier
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    Aw, Bridgewater wouldn't make a pimple on Bert Jones ass...but that's just me. Or maybe not just me...😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravenmaniac1123 View Post
    You have already f...ed this mock draft up by making an idiotic selection that doesn't have a snowball's chance in hell of being correct
    Seriously?

    Knock it off.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ravensnhokies View Post
    I agree.... but in a much kinder way of expressing that sentiment.

    The Rams would have already gotten rid of Bradford if they are not committed to him.
    Disagree. If they were committed then they would have signed him to a longer term deal and lowered his cap number.

    He will have this year to show what he has and even then, I could see the Rams moving on because I can't see the Rams (or anyone) paying him $15+ mill per year.

    Bridgewater is a good player and playing in a dome with guys like Tavon Austin and Jared Cook is not a bad fit at all .


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    Quote Originally Posted by ravenmaniac1123 View Post
    You have already f...ed this mock draft up by making an idiotic selection that doesn't have a snowball's chance in hell of being correct
    No mock draft is correct no matter who does it
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    Re: RSR 2014 NFL Mock Draft - Picks Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by runrayrun27 View Post
    What else can you see in that crystal ball?

    His philosophy is pretty clear and I agree with it. The Rams have a very good young defence. They have pick #12 which I would assume would focus on a tackle so there's the protection.

    It's a very interesting pick and could very well happen. That's the point of a mock draft. We get to see different perspective.

    Don't like it? Don't read it
    They could also trade Bradford after the draft. Not every QB-needy team is going to get "their guy" in the draft.

    Jacksonville, Minnesota, Dallas, Houston, Oakland, Arizona, Cleveland...from my perspective only Bortles and Carr are good enough to try and build a team around...not enough good QB prospects to go around.


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    Good pick BPR, franchise QB trumps all IMO.




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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Disagree. If they were committed then they would have signed him to a longer term deal and lowered his cap number.

    He will have this year to show what he has and even then, I could see the Rams moving on because I can't see the Rams (or anyone) paying him $15+ mill per year.

    Bridgewater is a good player and playing in a dome with guys like Tavon Austin and Jared Cook is not a bad fit at all .


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    I thought the Rams could have released Bradford this year without huge dead money ... Guess not?? My thinking is the Rams are undecided if Sam is the franchise QB moving forward and he would have a make it or break it season (Flaccoesque). They are 'committed' to at least this level which means they won't draft a 'replacement QB' at #2. Since Bridgewater is nowhere near the slam dunk QB prospect as a Luck, or RG3, I really don't foresee the Rams taking him at #2. Risky as hell. If Sam flops this year, I think next year's draft is the all out we need a franchise QB one.

    Now if TB is on the board for their 2nd #1.... I could see them maybe taking him.




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    I don't blame the jags for taking their time in this draft they just worked an agreement with Mack from Cleveland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darksouleyez View Post
    I don't blame the jags for taking their time in this draft they just worked an agreement with Mack from Cleveland.

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    At Midnight eastern time the clock will expire.

    Who would like to volunteer to make the pick in case that happens?
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