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Old 09-18-2012, 09:02 PM  
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I need to rewatch the Oregon/USC game from this year. Barkley just went off despite getting rocked all game long.
That was his best game IMO.
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Old 02-16-2013, 11:49 PM   #1187
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That was his best game IMO.
It was good seeing him target Agholor. He was going all over the field with his passes.
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The Syracuse game is the worst IMO but I'm also of the belief that Syracuse had an underrated D.

Overall, there are a lot of things to like and dislike from Barkley this year as opposed to last.

I feel that coupled with ineffective coaching + OL struggles, he lost confidence at times, had poorer drops, and his accuraccy and decision making was affected. I still like Barkley but I wouldn't draft him over Geno. If it was between him and Wilson, it would be tough for me personally.
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Old 02-16-2013, 11:55 PM   #1189
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Personally I'm hoping to see Barkley fall to us at 33. Though I have doubts we would draft offense that early.
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Personally I'm hoping to see Barkley fall to us at 33. Though I have doubts we would draft offense that early.
Given the fact that there aren't that many "top-tier" guys in this draft and the numerous teams that are QB desperate, I can't see Barkley falling that far currently.
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Old 02-16-2013, 11:58 PM   #1191
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Personally I'm hoping to see Barkley fall to us at 33. Though I have doubts we would draft offense that early.
I think it'd be a miracle for him to fall that far.
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Old 02-17-2013, 12:05 AM   #1192
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Given the fact that there aren't that many "top-tier" guys in this draft and the numerous teams that are QB desperate, I can't see Barkley falling that far currently.
I think Foles/Flynn/Smith will shake that up though. I don't see the Raiders or Eagles drafting a QB in the first round, and I can see the Jets going for guy in the league already.

The Bills are the only team I am worried about but I could see them going for Glennon or Wilson.
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I think Foles/Flynn/Smith will shake that up though. I don't see the Raiders or Eagles drafting a QB in the first round, and I can see the Jets going for guy in the league already.

The Bills are the only team I am worried about but I could see them going for Glennon or Wilson.
Yeah I think the Jets will go for a guy in the league as well. Rex isn't looking to have a work in progress. He doesn't have that amount of time left.
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Yeah I think the Jets will go for a guy in the league as well. Rex isn't looking to have a work in progress. He doesn't have that amount of time left.
Only way I could have seen the Jets taking a QB IMO is if Glennon fell to them and they had Cameron as OC.

I think they get A. Smith.

However, I think that the Browns, AZ, Buffalo, and possibly the Texans/Bucs draft a QB in the first.
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Only way I could have seen the Jets taking a QB IMO is if Glennon fell to them and they had Cameron as OC.

I think they get A. Smith.

However, I think that the Browns, AZ, Buffalo, and possibly the Texans/Bucs draft a QB in the first.
And that's another thing about making it hard for Barkley to fall. I think at least one team is going to go QB that experts aren't looking at.

From Dec. on I have been thinking Vick for the Jets. It's a Woody and Rex move. At this point though Alex would be more likely, although I don't know what the hell they are going to do about Sanchez's salary.
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I can't see the Texans or Bucs spending a first round pick on a QB. Both of them have huge gaping holes in their defense. Texans horrible secondary is clearly responsible for their early playoff exit and their inability to get the #1 seed.
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And that's another thing about making it hard for Barkley to fall. I think at least one team is going to go QB that experts aren't looking at.

From Dec. on I have been thinking Vick for the Jets. It's a Woody and Rex move. At this point though Alex would be more likely, although I don't know what the hell they are going to do about Sanchez's salary.
Probably say **** it and send a big "**** You" card to Tannenbaum.

Drafting a rookie wouldn't put them in cap hell, while signing Smith would probably cost anywhere from 6-9M per year IMO. They could probably get around it via losing Landry, pace, and a few others but IMO their best solution would be to draft a QB (Glennon probably fits their O best previously but I can't recall who they hired as their new OC. Nassib might fit as well).
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Probably say **** it and send a big "**** You" card to Tannenbaum.

Drafting a rookie wouldn't put them in cap hell, while signing Smith would probably cost anywhere from 6-9M per year IMO. They could probably get around it via losing Landry, pace, and a few others but IMO their best solution would be to draft a QB (Glennon probably fits their O best previously but I can't recall who they hired as their new OC. Nassib might fit as well).
We still don't know what the Jets are going to do with their CBs. Dumping Revis for picks could free up 6million.
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Probably say **** it and send a big "**** You" card to Tannenbaum.

Drafting a rookie wouldn't put them in cap hell, while signing Smith would probably cost anywhere from 6-9M per year IMO. They could probably get around it via losing Landry, pace, and a few others but IMO their best solution would be to draft a QB (Glennon probably fits their O best previously but I can't recall who they hired as their new OC. Nassib might fit as well).
Their OC is good ol' Mornhinweg. I believe their new GM is from SEA. Maybe they go after Flynn.
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I can't see the Texans or Bucs spending a first round pick on a QB. Both of them have huge gaping holes in their defense. Texans horrible secondary is clearly responsible for their early playoff exit and their inability to get the #1 seed.
Texan's secondary isn't responsible for their loss, it was their inability to convert 3rd downs early that ****ed them.

Their secondary played lights out when they weren't consistantly ****ed over by their inability to move the football (Pats 2X, GB, etc).

Schaub took a big step backwards this year. Possibly due to him coming off injury and having rust/lacking confidence but I think they really would think hard at QB if a QB like Barkley fell to them, especially considering they play in a dome 9X year and can reduce his arm-strength/weather issues(if they exist).
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