Dion Sims weighed in almost 25 pounds lighter than what he was listed. He looks huge on tape so I'm not sure if he just lost all of it to run better. He was not the most agile athlete, but he was a beast to take down and had good hands for the position.
Syracuse's Justin Pugh on #Redskins' need at right tackle: "That'd be awesome, man. I mean, RGIII? He'll make any tackle look good
Syracuse OT Justin Pugh says he thinks he could play all five positions along the offensive line. Comfortable in the zone-blocking scheme.
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And I love London to death, he's one of my favorite football players to watch. But the risk with re-signing him last offseason was going to be "will injuries catch up and will his production take a nose dive". And then it did. And he (like the rest of the defense) picked it up at the end of the season, but if you break down the tape, he still wasn't that good. Perry clearly outplayed him for most of the season, and while there's no surefire guy that can take his place in the draft, we still have Perry, Keenan Robinson flashed, plus Zo can play ILB. We pick up another guy to groom for a season and we may be better off at ILB.
It's hard to make the "cut Meriweather" argument and the "keep Fletcher" argument at the same time.
What are the draft prospects for AJ Francis, Joe Vellano, and Alec Lemon? Im assuming Francis will be an udfa and Vellano and lemon will be late rd picks
Just living the dream of a college kid wanting to be something
NFLDraftMonsters.com--- check it
I really hate how the moment we all start really liking a safety prospect, they shoot up the boards. Case in point, Cyprian. As soon as DG, Monk, and crew posted stuff and got me all excited for the kid, he starts getting mocked in the early 2nd or late 1st.
I don't know whether to start liking inferior prospects hoping they get taken and a legit guy falls, or to start hating on good prospects hoping hatred makes them fall, or a combination of both.
Very short arms. Lacks ideal offensive tackle size. Doesn't possess a lot of core strength, can be bull rushed back. Not a quick twitch athlete, doesn't respond well to sudden moves. Hand usage is inconsistent.
Pugh is a seasoned starter at offensive tackle with very good movement skills. However, he lacks adequate arm length and size to stick at offensive tackle going forward. His best fit will likely be as an offensive guard in a zone-blocking scheme.
We already have a guard coming up with LeRib. I'd like to block for RG3 too!!
A Dallas fan is like a fake Christmas tree........
(you get to put them away come January)
Considering how often our linemen got injured in previous years (last year was a surprising exception), and that Lich might not even be back, adding someone like Pugh in the 4th or later would not be terrible.
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