Discussion in 'Raiders War Room' started by CrossBones, Apr 28, 2016.
I know who Bob Sanders is. I was making fun of Bunyan not knowing who Earl Thomas is...
5'9", but 6'3" with the afro
I agree Jerry, should have closed the deal and prevented Horseface from saving a little face. http://mweb.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-o...i-probably-shouldve-overpaid-for-paxton-lynch
You'll get what I'm saying when the season starts.
That's the jersey, not the player.
TBH I see some helmet to helmet stuff in Kujo's tape that is cause for concern.
He needs to clean that up.
meh... sometimes it's worth it. As long as he's smart about it I'm not going to complain.
yup. Seems to me they are intent on building a nasty ass D and I'm totally down with that...
I don't remember much helmet to helmet with guys who wouldn't be considered runners, but I saw some that could have been called leading with the helmet or targeting by NFL refs in a Raiders game.
Seriously, how could he? He's 5-9 and form tackles pretty well, which makes him shorter still.
So ...if a guy is considered a runner then H to H is okay?
Don't know what the rule is today, but remember when Pryor got his concussion with a helmet to helmet hit. No penalty because he was considered a "runner".
BR.net #Dump: This guy nailed Joseph has Red's pick.
it's still a fuzzy rule.
Joseph seems to have a real knack for getting his hat on the ball, seems like he caused a ton of fumbles that way.
He does the D.Johnson - Charles Woodson ball strip move often too. Always good for one TO a year haha
Too many variables to compare mocks drafts to reality (others do that anyway). More interested in comparing Big Boards (listing perceived BPA) to reality (where GMs are influenced by needs, scheme and fit).
Day 1. PFF/Mayock/Brugler
1. Goff: 4/10/9
2. Wentz: 14/1/10
3. Bosa: 1/8/4
4. Elliot: 7/6/5
5. Ramsey: 3/2/3
6. Stanley: 16/4/14
7. Buchner: 2/7/7
8. Conklin: 13/14/17
9. Floyd: 19/11/57*
10. Apple: 31/22/26
11. Hargreaves: 18/9/15
12. Rankins: 8/12/8
13. Tunsil: 5/3/1
14. Joseph: 30/19/56*
15. Coleman: 9/25/22
16. Decker: 52*/18/28
17. Neal: 176**/58*/59*
18. Kelly: 42/15/34
19. Lawson: 11/13/11
20. Lee: 81*/33/12
21. Fuller: 60*/34/44
22. Doctson: 10/27/27
23. Treadwell: 28/23/6
24. Jackson III: 15/16/21
25. Burns: 144**/47/50
26. Lynch: 55/20/19
27. Clark: 58/39/32
28. Garnett: 50/46/73*
29. Nkemdiche: 44/21/25
30. Butler: 32/31/33
31. Ifedi: 182**/28/64*
*Denotes out of whack (32+)
**Denotes way out of whack (64+)
Conclusion: In the 1st round, Mayock was by far closer to the pulse of GMs (closer on 20 out of 31 picks, and only out of whack once).