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  1. #37

    Re: The BR.com Explanation for Correa



    Quote Originally Posted by bt12483 View Post
    Maybe they should stop drafting "value" players that don't fit the scheme.

    How valuable are they if they can't carve a role?

    This is my problem with recent picks like jernigan, Correa, etc.

    They are taking them without a plan just because they see them at a certain spot that just screams "value", all the while passing on , gulp, playmakers...



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    Re: The BR.com Explanation for Correa

    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Puppy View Post
    Don't post in the Tim Williams thread....GreatWhiteNorthRaven will have an aneuyrism responding to you.
    Lol another dumb post. Racking em up!

    You went into two threads and said the posters are just hyping players.

    Meanwhile, it's the offseason and we're talking about players on the team. Would you prefer we just return to our regular scheduled program of shitting on everyone and everything?
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  3. #39

    Re: The BR.com Explanation for Correa

    Man, I miss Orr already.

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    Re: The BR.com Explanation for Correa

    Quote Originally Posted by Jazz1988 View Post
    I don't think it's about Correa not being fit or a good fit. Correct if I'm wrong but I don't think Boise State runs a pro style defense. If true then Correa was bound to go through some growing pains or trouble adjusting to NFL playbook.
    YOU were the main one touting how Correa handled so many various responsibilities!
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    Re: The BR.com Explanation for Correa

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    YOU were the main one touting how Correa handled so many various responsibilities!

    I said Correa played various position in college and I even said Boise State had him cover in space but that does not mean Correa was playing in pro defensive system. That didn't mean Dean Pees or any defensive coordinator playbook at The NFl level wouldn't be a big jump from what he was learning in college.
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    Re: The BR.com Explanation for Correa

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    It's not just about year one, there is plenty of time for this guy to develop and contribute. He has the skills
    True, but a high (2nd round) draft choice should be able to contribute something in his rookie season, while still developing. A team only has control for four years. When one is virtually wasted, as was the case with Correa, it's almost like starting back at square 1... Bc





  7. Re: The BR.com Explanation for Correa

    Quote Originally Posted by GreatWhiteNorthRaven View Post
    Lol another dumb post. Racking em up!

    You went into two threads and said the posters are just hyping players.

    Meanwhile, it's the offseason and we're talking about players on the team. Would you prefer we just return to our regular scheduled program of shitting on everyone and everything?
    Lol, thank you for this.


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  8. Re: The BR.com Explanation for Correa

    Quote Originally Posted by BcRaven View Post
    True, but a high (2nd round) draft choice should be able to contribute something in his rookie season, while still developing. A team only has control for four years. When one is virtually wasted, as was the case with Correa, it's almost like starting back at square 1... Bc
    So much this.

    But Pees is married to his scheme, so that's that.





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    Re: The BR.com Explanation for Correa

    I don't have much faith at all in him becoming a Will LB, and think he'd probably be better suited at Sam. Even then, I see Bowser beating him out and either McClellan or Judon will become the Sam LB. Tim Willliams will take the snaps on 3rd down and Sizzle will either take reps off the field or move inside.





  10. #46

    Re: The BR.com Explanation for Correa

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Then why draft someone who doesn't fit in the 2nd round?
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    Re: The BR.com Explanation for Correa

    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    I don't have much faith at all in him becoming a Will LB, and think he'd probably be better suited at Sam. Even then, I see Bowser beating him out and either McClellan or Judon will become the Sam LB. Tim Willliams will take the snaps on 3rd down and Sizzle will either take reps off the field or move inside.
    So then he ends up being another redundant, wasted pick on defense.

    This is why I harp on this overload on defense philosophy.

    We're going to have a prime 2nd Rd pick that could have been used to address other areas not contributing. It's a waste of resources.

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  12. #48

    Re: The BR.com Explanation for Correa

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Then why draft someone who doesn't fit in the 2nd round?
    "value"

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