Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by The Dude Abides, Mar 23, 2006.
weird, I read somewhere else that one of the biggest surprise of the proday was that the Raiders were one of the only teams without a rep there.
I think it was the Redskins.
FYI: The Raiders just signed A. Brooks.
FYI. 2 year contract.
I don't think it's gonna happen, but what would we need from the Raiders to make that trade down?
Swap spots, Randy Moss, and either their 2nd rd'r or 3rd rd'r. Or just a swap of the spots and Moss.
The Raiders weren't there yesterday according to ESPN Radio. Probably means they'll take him. LOL.
The Oakland Raiders organization simply do not deserve someone as MAGNIFICENT as the VY. PERIOD!
Why don't they simply stick to their own.......someone who just loves to walk around with a California area code upon his head......."espn's very own reggie bush".
For us REAL TEXANS are quite certain that he will indeed be lurking around somewhere..........he will look JUST DIVINE in a Raider's uniform, area code and all.......
VINCE YOUNG IS COMING HOME TO HOUSTON WHERE HE BELONGS! For it's high time to STOP THE SPINNING, AND START THE WINNING!
dude you make reading Vince-loving posts bearable .... I'm a MONARCH fan
I say we draft Monarch w/the #1 pick
Now you on the other hand ...... kidding kidding
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Oh beautiful and bountiful Monarch, god speed to you.
EDITING to inlcude a . I do not want people to think that I hate Monarchs nor our member under the same name. In fact I just built a butterfly alley on the side of my yard.
Wow Kaiser that was maybe the most thought out and well orchestrated way to say on your way to hell I have ever read. Kudos to you.
Would one think that the Raiders gave A. Brooks a two year deal so he can tutor VY. A QB who is a vet and has the running tendency and is from the south. VY could learn alot from Brooks, not how to play (maybe a little) but more or less how to be a pro. The offense would not need to be changed too much when/if VY takes over and since it's only a 2 year deal (most players never see the last year of a contract), VY could be the projected starter in '07.
I'd much rather see him here but my other choice is Tenn but with Leinert possibly still on the board they may take him so my next choice would be the Cards.
A. Close to home.
B. Running game (Edge).
C. Stud receivers (Bolden, Fitzgerald, and Bryant).
D. New stadium.
E. Denny Green, who has plenty of exp with that type of QB (Cunningham and Culpepper).
F. K. Warner would be the best at teaching him how to read Defensive coverages.
G. The possibility to start sooner rather than later.
They just need to work on the line and get better production out of their D. This would probably require a trade up to 4, 5, or 6.
Sorry for going off topic.
Am I a 2nd day guy or an undrafted FA.
I'm still doing my evaluations ..... don't call me, I'll call you
I'll run the 40 and re-take my Wonderlich if it helps.
I dunno....going all the way back to "The Mad Bomber" (Daryl Lamonica ), the
Raiders have always liked the vertical game, the long bomb. And the same guy, ole Al Davis, is still running the show out there. That's really not VYs game is it ?
He has a big and consistent arm in my opinion. In looking at yards per completion for 2005 it broke down like this:
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