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Old 01-27-2014   #221
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Trading down and getting picks for next two drafts looks enticing.
I would love to to see a perfect storm of trades go down. Move down to four for both Cleveland's first and and next years first. Then trade back up to two swapping two for four and give them our second round pick and our first next year.

We now have improved next years first round pick. Surely we will be better than Cleveland. And we turned our second round this year into a first.


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@MockingTheDraft @SI_DougFarrar I don't think its a system thing. Think NFL is going to obsess over Robinson, might be No 2 player for some

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@SI_DougFarrar @JoshNorris They're both good enough to transcend system, to me. Better than last year's top OTs.

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@MockingTheDraft @JoshNorris I've also seen Robinson lose on pad level and just get absolutely trucked.

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@MockingTheDraft @JoshNorris Is a system thing, though? Matthews is more proficient to me, but Robinson is just a freakin' snowblower.

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@MockingTheDraft @JoshNorris Agreed, Robinson's footwork is still raw and we have to work harder to project him at the next level.

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@ryanlownes @JoshNorris I still have some questions about Robinson's footwork in pass protection. Not so much with Matthews.

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@MockingTheDraft @JoshNorris Sorry to jump in, but I agree. Robinson more of a sexy option. His tape + size/athleticism will win teams over.

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@JoshNorris I still prefer Matthews myself, but they're close and I can see why teams would prefer Robinson.

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@MockingTheDraft Agree. I think it is an upset if Matthews goes ahead of Robinson.

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Ignore your loved one and listen to our podcast: http://sbn.to/1e9EzzI I may have predicted Greg Robinson gets picked before Jake Matthews.

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From a physical skills point of view I'm told Greg Robinson/T/Auburn looks like a freak during combine training- absolute beast...
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So these so called scouts are just now realizing what some of us have been saying for over a month.
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That said, I'm taking nothing away from Greg Robinson. He's a top six player in this class in my opinion and is an exciting talent.

If there is an injury and I need to make some changes up front, I trust that Matthews can step in at just about any offensive line spot.

I have always been very high on Greg Robinson and he may be the first off the board in May, but I don't care who I am - I'm going Matthews.

Me? I'm taking Jake Matthews. Polished, NFL-ready player with strong technique, good feet/balance, and the necessary toughness.

If you were picking near the top of the draft, which would you take to be your franchise left tackle: Greg Robinson or Jake Matthews?
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If you were picking near the top of the draft, which would you take to be your franchise left tackle?
If the question is "franchise" LT, then I think the answer is clearly Robinson. He has the potential to be that guy. I don't see Matthews as a "franchise" LT. He's a guy who can probably play any position on the front at a high level, but I don't see him as a pro-bowl caliber LT. Robinson could bust, but if he hits he will be a pro-bowl caliber LT and I think a "franchise" LT is someone who performs at that level. That's my take on it anyway.
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Itís that time of year again, the pre-draft period, when your favorite NFL blogs overflow with the opinions of former scouts, wannabe scouts, critics of scouts, girls that have dated scouts, and every other scout except Scout from To Kill a Mockingbird. Many of these people do outstanding work, but thereís only so much of it one can stomach. In an effort to bring a little variety to the melange of player reports, Iíve asked a few fomer NFL players to give their opinions on some of this yearís prospects. I call them my Stable of Bros, and you will read them because Iíll go Incognito on you if you donít. Also, I figure theyíll have a slightly different perspective. Cool, right?

My first Bro Scout is Drew Hodgdon. He lives in Chicago and heís awesome. He was a center for several years with the Texans. He survived on guile, scrappiness, and a tempered scorn for defensive tackles. Drew knows his stuff. I used to make him take extra reps against me in practice because he did such a good job of exploiting my weaknesses. Hard to say that with a straight face, since I had zero weaknesses (You donít have access to film, right?). Drewís got an eye for this stuff and knows what heís talking about. Heíll be doing a player a day until he quits or at least until his form starts to suffer...
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Matthews said he'll do all drills at the combine.

Matthews on A&M being O-line university "I like that."

Jake Matthews said he never had any issues with what Johnny Manziel did off the field.
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Matthews commanding the room. Clearly intelligent and confident. Articulate and detailed answers pic.twitter.com/7AWwERLiFO

Matthews on Manziel: "You never know what to expect. He's all over the place." Also called him a good leader.

Matthews: "I thought Kony Ealy was tough. Big and strong. Mixed up pass moves well. Guys who mix it up are tough"

Jake Matthews on family NFL bloodlines: "I'd like to think I wasn't grandfathered in". Said no pressure

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I could not remember him. Here is his time with Texans per wiki:

He was selected by the Texans in the fifth round (151st overall) of the 2005 NFL Draft. He saw action in four games during his rookie season, starting three, before being placed on the injured reserve list. He increased his playing time in his second season, when he saw action in eight games and started in five. He was released just before the 2007 season, but was resigned on December 4, 2007. Some time after, he was released once more, never to be seen or heard from again. However, that changed on November 2013, when he talked on a Houston radio station. He talked about the Texans miserable season and a bike wreck.[1]
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Probably not what he wanted, but 24 is still a good number. Wont be in the top 15 performers in the OL though.
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Exact same as Duane Brown's.
This is one of those drills that make you go hmmmm?

I dont understand how this gives them insight to a players ability to play football and I dont understand how their number of reps can help differentiate them from one another.
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This is one of those drills that make you go hmmmm?

I dont understand how this gives them insight to a players ability to play football and I dont understand how their number of reps can help differentiate them from one another.
Strength in the upper body in a series of reps which mimicks the number of plays in a long controlled drive seems pretty significant to me. The weaker ones will have problems in the NFL unless they find an alternative like hand skills.
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I'd rather see a powerball toss than a Bench Press burnout. How likely is it that Matthews will ever be forced to push a defender 24 consecutive times without any rest whatsoever?

Powerball toss measures explosive power, which is far more important than muscular endurance.
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Strength in the upper body in a series of reps which mimicks the number of plays in a long controlled drive seems pretty significant to me. The weaker ones will have problems in the NFL unless they find an alternative like hand skills.
Thats what you are going with? Bench press simulates a series of plays in a long drive down the field? Significant?

Bench press has little to do with a players ability. I dont think I have to spell it out but if a player does 5, then yes you have a problem, but all these prospects do about 20-30.
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I'd rather see a powerball toss than a Bench Press burnout. How likely is it that Matthews will ever be forced to push a defender 24 consecutive times without any rest whatsoever?

Powerball toss measures explosive power, which is far more important than muscular endurance.
Exactly. I am more worried about explosion (broad jump/vertical leap) and change of direction (cone drills) than bench press.
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Matthews 33 3/8" & 24 reps
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People are getting overly concerned about bench reps. They shouldn't. It is not an indicator of power. It's more endurance strength
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Thats what you are going with? Bench press simulates a series of plays in a long drive down the field? Significant?

Bench press has little to do with a players ability. I dont think I have to spell it out but if a player does 5, then yes you have a problem, but all these prospects do about 20-30.
BP is important for OL and DL, it indicates upper body strength. Important indicator for initial punch, controlling and directing opponent, leverage. < 25 225 reps says player needs to get stronger.
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