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  1. An out of the box trade

    Quote Originally Posted by Rxdoxx View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by GreatWhiteNorthRaven View Post
    Only encouraging thing is we don't have to retain too much on defense next year.

    The big ones will be Mosely and Urban (if he has a huge year).

    I think you keep Mosely 100%, but I'd like Urban go if we see something from Wormley/Kaufasi this year.

    Other than that we return most of our players. Only position I'd really draft at is ILB in the mid-rounds. First 3 rounds should be nothing but WR, OL and RB.

    History says
  2. I was excited about Deonte Thompson

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    Justin Harper
    Randy Hymes
    Clarence Moore
    Aaron Mellette
    Demetrius Williams...all those guys were hyped at some point in camp.

    Then there are guys like Derek Abney who was supposed to be a good kick returner, Devard Darling who never showed anything despite being a look like Tarzan, play like Jane guy. Same with Tommy Streeter. Ron Johnson. Marcus Smith.

    I got on a Matt Willis camp bandwagon.
    Some of the
  3. Ravens Strategy - DRAFT DAY!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rxdoxx View Post
    For those who aren't regulars, now is the change of gears for the Ravens if you are not aware of it.
    Early it is take obvious BPA, or if it is a group of choices, then trade back and take whoever on that list falls to us collecting extra picks.

    We have done that textbook style this year (again) we showed our mastery in 2008 with Falcco draft.

    Now we change gears and use the picks/ammo to target specific players
    we will be moving up in rounds or into rounds
  4. No love for James Hurst?

    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    He got some love. I believe there was a thread after the game declaring him our LT of the future.
    Yep and comments on how he didn't face the elite DEs of the league.

    We are very happy he held up as well as he did but he definitely needs improvement
    To quote Ken McKusick
    James was solid, but unspectacular, in his debut. He made 3 blocks in level 2, but missed
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