what olinemen are available?
how about safeties?
seems to be the biggest need.
ok (i guess) at qb wr rb te dl lb cb - good enough at least to not waste an early pick on them.
Philadelphia Eagles: Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State
The Eagles may have to grab some cornerback help. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is in a contract year, and they traded away Asante Samuel. They're going to need a third corner to go with Nnamdi Asomugha and Brandon Boykin.
Xavier Rhodes (6-2, 217) has a special skill set. He is big, fast and agile; all while having good hands. Rhodes started 14 games as a redshirt freshman in 2010 and was the ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year. He recorded 58 tackles with four interceptions and 12 passes defensed.
Rhodes displays natural shutdown skills. He played well against Oklahoma receiver Ryan Broyles in 2011, and was fabulous at covering up Notre Dame wide receiver Michael Floyd. Rhodes totaled 43 tackles with an interception and four passes broken up last year. Teams stayed away from him and attacked the Seminoles' other corners.
Rhodes passed what will likely be his biggest test of the season two weeks ago. He didn't play a lights-out game in coverage against Clemson's dynamic duo, Watkins and Hopkins, but Rhodes was solid and kept either of them from big plays when he went against them in man coverage.
Florida State mixed in zone and man assignments, so Rhodes did not have to go against Sammy Watkins and DeAndre Hopkins exclusively in man coverage. The junior Hopkins had 88 yards on five receptions, but 60 came on one touchdown reception against zone coverage where the safety failed to pick him up running down the field. Watkins had 24 yards on six receptions. Rhodes finished with three tackles and a pass breakup versus Clemson.
The redshirt junior has 21 tackles, five passes broken up and two interceptions this season.
Pick change; previously Johnthan Banks, CB
Relocate the team.
Charlie Manuel on the brief injury delay involving Carlos Ruiz in the bottom of the 8th. "He got hit in the crystals. Better him than me."
Tony Jefferson from Oklahoma is probably the top safety available. I don't think he's supposed to go in the top 10 or anything, but he's a first rounder. However, he is a junior.
They need a RG. Unfortunately the same asshole who wasted the high pick on the last one will be the guy who picks the next one.
Depending on how Peters' recovery goes, LT could be a first round need.
And MT, why not a corner? Nnamdi is barely average and could end up here only a short time. DRC is a free agent, and while he's fast and athletic he is also a dumb asshole. Boykin has potential but he's one guy. They desperately need to address this position.
wow a good post from Justin
welcome back jerkoff
How many first rounders can they collect? They need a lot of help
Ricky Jordan on Kyle Kendrick:
But the simple fact of the matter is we would not have made the playoffs in 2007 without him. There is just no way to argue with that.
south carolina has a stud DL.
"one more day, i find myself alive"-Jerry Garcia
Iíve got Nebraska to think about, I canít worry about this.
"..and you canít find any oxygen from outside the aircraft to get in the aircraft, because the windows donít open. I donít know why they donít do that. Itís a real problem. So itís very dangerous."- my nugga, Mitt