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Old 02-03-2012   #1
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Default [Radical Idea] Quin Back to CB?

Hey guys, i've been reading TT for a while now but haven't posted much, but I'm very interested to see what you guys would think about this possible scenario.

I know this is a pretty crazy idea, and I am aware that Glover performed much better this year as a safety than he did in the past as a Corner, but I'm thinking his performance increase may have had just as much to do with maturing as a player and learning under a much better DC in Wade than it did switching positions.

Anyways, I have been looking at the top upcoming free agents, and one name stuck out to me as he has always been a favorite of mine: LaRon Landry. With Landry ending the season on the IR in two consecutive years, I think he can be signed for a lot less money than his play on the field warrants.

At first glance, I thought there was no way the Redskins would let a guy like LaRon go, but then I read this article:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/sports...ywO_story.html

I'm not quite sure how much money we will have left over after hopefully resigning most of our FA's, but, if the price was right, would you guys consider picking up LaRon and moving Glover back to CB? IMO, this would take our defense to the next level. The defense is amazing as is, but that 2nd CB spot leaves me a bit worried.

CB, as we have learned, is a very tough position to find an instant upgrade at via the Draft. So if we were to fill that 2nd CB spot with Quin, we could focus our draft on either WR, a position where rookies can actually have a pretty decent impact, or NT, which would then be our weakest position on defense.

I know there is a very little chance of something like this happening, but what do y'all think?
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Default Re: [Radical Idea] Quin Back to CB?

2 things.

1. Landry has an injury problem and it requires surgery, he is denying the surgery, thus making him expandable to the skins, so unless he does this only to get cut and get out of that hell hole then does the surgery, no thanks

2. I would not mind Quin moving down to corner, he did play that a lot of the season, Nolan and Demps saw a ton of action.....BUT I think we then need to draft a 1st round safety, are there any great ones?
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Hey guys, i've been reading TT for a while now but haven't posted much, but I'm very interested to see what you guys would think about this possible scenario.

I know this is a pretty crazy idea, and I am aware that Glover performed much better this year as a safety than he did in the past as a Corner, but I'm thinking his performance increase may have had just as much to do with maturing as a player and learning under a much better DC in Wade than it did switching positions.

Anyways, I have been looking at the top upcoming free agents, and one name stuck out to me as he has always been a favorite of mine: LaRon Landry. With Landry ending the season on the IR in two consecutive years, I think he can be signed for a lot less money than his play on the field warrants.

At first glance, I thought there was no way the Redskins would let a guy like LaRon go, but then I read this article:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/sports...ywO_story.html

I'm not quite sure how much money we will have left over after hopefully resigning most of our FA's, but, if the price was right, would you guys consider picking up LaRon and moving Glover back to CB? IMO, this would take our defense to the next level. The defense is amazing as is, but that 2nd CB spot leaves me a bit worried.

CB, as we have learned, is a very tough position to find an instant upgrade at via the Draft. So if we were to fill that 2nd CB spot with Quin, we could focus our draft on either WR, a position where rookies can actually have a pretty decent impact, or NT, which would then be our weakest position on defense.

I know there is a very little chance of something like this happening, but what do y'all think?
Welcome to MB & good thread which has been discussed before. As a fan of Quin since he was drafted, I saw him as a natural FS & he was ranked as #7 in nation. I think the mind set of Phillips is to leave Kareem @ CB2. We have very good talent waiting in wings like Brandon Harris who was evaluated bysome as a first round prior to draft & I mocked him in 2nd round only to be disappointed he was not taken. Surprise! Wade trade back into first & got him in a move that was noted favorable by talking heads. ANother guy Roc Carmichael could prove to be a starter. I just don't see Texans picking a CB in any round except maybe 6 or 7. I also don't see a FA at that position. Check out the forum under national football on mocks for info & discussion on college players.
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2 things.

1. Landry has an injury problem and it requires surgery, he is denying the surgery, thus making him expandable to the skins, so unless he does this only to get cut and get out of that hell hole then does the surgery, no thanks

2. I would not mind Quin moving down to corner, he did play that a lot of the season, Nolan and Demps saw a ton of action.....BUT I think we then need to draft a 1st round safety, are there any great ones?
No. Mark Barron is a pure SS & doesn't fit our role for safety. Lester does but is a mid to late 2nd round. Here is a guy I followed for 2 years that has exploded up charts Winston Guy

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No this is not a "radical" idea per say. I proposed that the Texans signed Tyvon Branch from the Raiders and mover Quin back to the CB in the other MB. Of course, that was before I realized other priorities we needed to address in the offseason. So if we were to ever mover Quin back then we would probably have to get a safety in the draft.
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No this is not a "radical" idea per say. I proposed that the Texans signed Tyvon Branch from the Raiders and mover Quin back to the CB in the other MB. Of course, that was before I realized other priorities we needed to address in the offseason. So if we were to ever mover Quin back then we would probably have to get a safety in the draft.
I'm certainly not opposed to getting another good safety. Landry is an amazing player. However, I don't think Quin should move, though he becomes depth at CB. Wade runs a lot of 3 safety sets. Having Quin as the 3rd safety isn't a bad idea. I don't think he has the speed to play CB at a high level with the amount of man defense the Texans play.
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I think they sign another corner before moving Quin once again.
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not a new idea several people have posted this
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2 things.

1. Landry has an injury problem and it requires surgery, he is denying the surgery, thus making him expandable to the skins, so unless he does this only to get cut and get out of that hell hole then does the surgery, no thanks

2. I would not mind Quin moving down to corner, he did play that a lot of the season, Nolan and Demps saw a ton of action.....BUT I think we then need to draft a 1st round safety, are there any great ones?
I totally disagree with the bolded, I think we have to go WR or NT in the first round.
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I totally disagree with the bolded, I think we have to go WR or NT in the first round.
I said if we move quin that means we have to draft a safety in round one......never said I agreed with moving Quin.....

I think the defense as a whole stays pat, minus Mario.....maybe a few depth players moved around, but the starters will stay pat IMO, well maybe we get a new nt


I think wr and g are our biggest needs, with wr BY FAR taking the spotlight in round 1.....
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I'd rather see Quin play quarterback. We don't know how Schaub will be next August and TJ Yates isn't mobile enough to run the ball. Quin could be our wildcat guy and play FS on defense. It's a win-win!
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I'd rather see Quin play quarterback. We don't know how Schaub will be next August and TJ Yates isn't mobile enough to run the ball. Quin could be our wildcat guy and play FS on defense. It's a win-win!
I see your radical idea and would like to raise it to a "cowabunga dude!" by suggesting Quin also play receiver because he wears gloves.
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I see your radical idea and would like to raise it to a "cowabunga dude!" by suggesting Quin also play receiver because he wears gloves.
If we do that, we should also move Mario to TE where he'd be a beast. You can never have to many TEs.
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I'd rather see Quin play quarterback. We don't know how Schaub will be next August and TJ Yates isn't mobile enough to run the ball. Quin could be our wildcat guy and play FS on defense. It's a win-win!
Did you forget the or do you really think Schaub is more mobile than Yates?
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I see your radical idea and would like to raise it to a "cowabunga dude!" by suggesting Quin also play receiver because he wears gloves.
What if he wore a glove on his left hand to help him catch, but didn't wear it on his right so he could throw the ball too? Hybrid WR/QB/FS/PR!

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If we do that, we should also move Mario to TE where he'd be a beast. You can never have to many TEs.
That's a great idea too! Mario as a TE as well as an OLB would really make it easy to give him more than 8 million a year. I think the anti-mario crowd would be more inclined to re-sign him if he played both ways.

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Did you forget the or do you really think Schaub is more mobile than Yates?
Well, since Matt got the Rascal, I don't think TJ can out run him. However, the NFL likely wont let Matt play with the scooter, so I guess TJ is more mobile. But Quin is faster than both of them, he's like a cheetah on a skateboard going down a halfpipe!
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What if he wore a glove on his left hand to help him catch, but didn't wear it on his right so he could throw the ball too? Hybrid WR/QB/FS/PR!
Also, he could play barefoot so he can kick field goals old school style! Think of the money Bob McNair will save?! Just think of it! McNair will be raising the roof to the max!
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If they could get Landry for a short contract that doesn't break the bank, then I would be all for it. I'm not sure where that would leave Quin though. Would he become a backup safety or would the Texans move him back to CB? He wasn't awful as a CB and I think I may prefer him over Jason Allen as our 3rd corner.
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What if he wore a glove on his left hand to help him catch, but didn't wear it on his right so he could throw the ball too? Hybrid WR/QB/FS/PR!



That's a great idea too! Mario as a TE as well as an OLB would really make it easy to give him more than 8 million a year. I think the anti-mario crowd would be more inclined to re-sign him if he played both ways.



Well, since Matt got the Rascal, I don't think TJ can out run him. However, the NFL likely wont let Matt play with the scooter, so I guess TJ is more mobile. But Quin is faster than both of them, he's like a cheetah on a skateboard going down a halfpipe!
WHAT? Put the crack pipe down, dude. You usually make at least SOME sense.
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WHAT? Put the crack pipe down, dude. You usually make at least SOME sense.
Have you not seen him on the sideline zooming around on this:

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He moves about twice as fast as he did before, probably runnin a 4.4 40 in that thing. If the NFL lets him use it when he comes back he will be the next Michael Vick, but with the arm of Dan Marino and the wheels of Abe Vigoda. He'll be an allstar!

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WHAT? Put the crack pipe down, dude. You usually make at least SOME sense.
Have you not seen him on the sideline zooming around on this:



He moves about twice as fast as he did before, probably runnin a 4.4 40 in that thing. If the NFL lets him use it when he comes back he will be the next Michael Vick, but with the arm of Dan Marino and the wheels of Abe Vigoda. He'll be an allstar!

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