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->Freeman is by far the most frustrating part of every week.
Helping his cause is the upcoming QB draft class, which IMO is quantity over quality:Barkley - Not worth the position it would take to get him. He's a 16-32 pick QB who may go #1.Geno Smith - No way. Watch him on TV and then tell me if you think he's not a system QB. Colt Brennan shakes his head at Geno Smith.Tyler Wilson - OK, I do think he's actually good. Not an elite arm, but definitely NFL-caliber, is accurate, tough, and makes good decisions. If we are taking a QB this year, he'd be my pick.Tyler Bray - As an SEC fan, I can say... very immature. If there was a guy in this class who could "Ryan Leaf" himself out of the league, its Bray.EJ Manuel - He's not as bad as people make him out to be, but is it worth it to trade Freeman's inconsistency for his?Logan Thomas - Better than Geno Smith, still not that good.Landry Jones - Awful. I thought he looked good when he took over for Bradford, but it seems he's completely regressed, and they are handling him with kid gloves in his redshirt senior season.
->Doug Martin is not as bad as people are making him out to be, but it's clear he would benefit from being in a timeshare.
Smith would be a great fit on this defense.
Quote from: Ft Myers Buc Fan on January 06, 2013, 12:49:48 PMSmith would be a great fit on this defense.I agree on the fit, but I think Sean Smith is overrated at this point. Unless his best football is still ahead of him, I'm thinking he'll be way overpaid this offseason.We are very needy at CB, though. And hey, it'd be better than signing a lesser corner to big money, say Eric Wright...
Man, I hope Sean Smith hits the free agent market. He's 25 years old, 6'3" 214 lbs, and his physical play would match up well with the bigger WR we see each year. He's got a competitive spirit, he reportedly asked Miami to be put on opposing teams #1 WR earlier this season. At the midseason point, Pro Football Focus mentioned him as a potential pro-bowler. He's had some poor games down the stretch, but he's still far better than anything we have currently. He's also a very good tackler, so that should fit into Schiano's scheme as well. He'd probably be better off as a #2 CB, but since the pickings are slim and we are so desperate I'd say pay the man.
Not interested in DRC, I don't see him fitting in here. Wouldn't mind trading for Antonio Cromartie, though.
Quote from: mgchat76 on January 06, 2013, 02:41:43 PMNot interested in DRC, I don't see him fitting in here. Wouldn't mind trading for Antonio Cromartie, though. why do you believe that DRC wouldnt fit in but cromartie would?