with the 8th pick of the 13th round, the r2 trickstas select
demarcus ware, lb
my LBs are set for the next 8 years or so.
With a dudes balls selects:
LB New York Jets
dude should have got more attention as a rookie, he had 126 total tackles and 5 sacks. Now that Vilma is leaving, he should improve. If Willis wasn't around, he would have got some looks for rookie of the year.
The B&G screwed me by not only stealing my LB right from underneath my nose - I even had his picture saved on my desktop ready to load...
...but he also forces me to use my pick on yet another New York giant. Joining Eli and Brandon Jacobs on the Cereal Killers is none other than...
DE Justin Tuck.
I'm thinking Strahan will retire and Tuck will become a major force to be reckoned with...I also like him because Spags stayed in place as D Coord and that can only be good for Justin.
With the 155th overall pick in the 13th Round of the Extremeskins Dynasty League Draft, Beatdown Inc selects......
And with the 156th overall pick in the 14th Round of the Extremeskins Dynasty League Draft, Beatdown Inc selects......
Had to solidify my IDP's here with a pair of highly talented and VERY valuable linebackers.
Last edited by KNGwithOUTaCrwN; March-6th-2008 at 07:49 PM.
All recent picks and trades have been updated, some very interesting moves going on here.
The Cereal Killers gave up a lot to trade up into this spot...more than we wanted to part with, but I thought this kid would be gone by the next time I pick.
We select Carolina Panthers safety Chris Harris...
not sure if anyone had him on their radar or not but I sure did....
Sean Jones.... SS Browns...
only 25 and had 111 tackles in 2006 and 96 tackles in 2007.... 5 INTs each year...
only going to get better as the Browns continue to improve....
WIth the 161st overall pick in the 14th Round of the Extremeskins Dynasty League Draft, Beatdown Inc selects.......
NEW YORK GIANTS DEFENSE!!
For the most part, this is a young defense with plenty of highly talented players....and some veteran leadership in the right places. They led the league in sacks last year with 52 as a team, and these guys know what it takes to play quality football at a high level. I hope they have another huge year as a unit.....except the two times we play them. They can give up 40 points in those games for all i care.
double post, sorry
Last edited by Drop; March-7th-2008 at 06:03 PM.
It's time to go young, but old-school. A guy who should solidify my linebacker corp. for the next 8-10 years.
It's no secret I'm a big Penn State guy, and I cheered for this man for four years. I wish the Redskins had drafted him, but it was not to be.
Last season, he started at middle linebacker for the Buffalo Bills as a rookie, recording 11 tackles in the first game, and 12 the second. He had two tackles in the first quarter of game 3, against New England, before a broken forearm ended his season.
25 tackles in 9 quarters equals about 178 tackles a year. I watched this man at Penn State, he is all over the field, and rarely if ever misses a hit. Playing the middle for a team like Buffalo, he'll have every opportunity to hit that mark.
For The Plow Hards, and for everyone who enjoys a linebacker who evokes the toughness of the 60's and 70's.
For the glory of Penn State.
The Plow Hards select the cornerstone of their IDP's.
The Plow Hards select Paul Posluszny.
Breking news: Baby Dolphins for Dinner makes another questionable pick
In a shocking move GM ArmchairQB has drafted the recently maligned linebacker Jonathan Vilma. Vilma struggled last year under Boy Wonder Eric Mangini as the Jets switched from a 4-3 to a 3-4. Injury questions still surround Vilma as he recovers from a season ending knee injury suffered in week 7 of last year.
The move to New Orleans will suit Vilma well if he can regain his prior form. Look for him to be a standout tackling machine on a defense with few stars. When asked about the pick Armchair simply said, "I just love linebackers from the U." ESPN writer Peter Pastabelly continues to be skeptical of Armchair and asks "Who does he think he is? Vinny Cerrato?"
Not crazy about picking a Defense this high... but the other folks I want just were not ready to be taken yet....
They did allow the fewest points against last year and were tied with the 2nd highest amount of INTs.....
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