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Browns dump Garcia

Discussion in 'Professional Football' started by strohs, Feb 14, 2005.

  1. GoofyBuckeye

    GoofyBuckeye Nutis Maximus

    I've never read a thing saying a QB is out of the question with the #3 pick. Not saying it isn't true, I just haven't seen it. Savage was the one that grabbed the Ravens QB in the first round, you know. Considering Crennel just got the job and it's totally stupid for any team to give away any clues on who their using their top pick on, I think I'd wait as it gets closer to draft time to make that statement. could very well be right about Johnson. A 3-4 design is much harder to build around as you know. Ideally, if he did put on 20-30 pounds, he'd be one hell of an edge rusher in that scheme. Maybe that is alot to ask out of him but I've seen quite a few guys at 240 play in a 3-4 with no problem. I guess the knock on Johnson is his ability to get out of blocks, which is obviously something he has to be good at to play the OLB position..that's why I thought the ILB would be better suited for him since the front 3 absorb alot of the blockers on the inside. Channing Crowder interests me as an ILB. So does Morrison from SD State..what a machine. One guy that seems like he's shooting up is Dan Cody..he's the ideal OLB/DE in that scheme.

    If he can really kick butt in the combine, Marcus Spears is a guy I'm watching at a 3-4 DE position, as well as , Justin Tuck at OLB/DE

    AS far as Alex Smith's arm strength goes, I'd say it's above average. His intellect is what sets him apart. I am interested to see how he fares in a system not designed around the shotgun.
  2. tsteele316

    tsteele316 Mr. Such and Such

    they took boller, not in the top 10, when they had 2 1st round picks. remember its the same baltimore team that rode trent dilfer to the superbowl. baltimore had a solid OL and a rock solid D before they took a qb. cleveland has none of those.

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