Rams #2 overall – 2600 points
Browns #4 – 1800 points
Browns #22 – 780 points
Browns 2nd round (#37) – 530 points
Browns 3rd round (#68) – 250 points
Browns 4th round (#100) – 100 points
Browns 5th round (#131) – 41 points
Browns 6th round (#164) – 25.8 points
Redskins 1st round (#6) – 1600 points
Redskins 2nd round (#39) – 510 points
Redskins 3rd round (#70) – 240 points
Redskins 4th round (#102) – 92 points
Redskins 5th round (#133) – 39.5 points
Redskins 6th round (#162) – 26.6 points
I think my definition of “realistic” differs from what these Rams fans are thinking. In fact, in my experience reading blog posts, whenever the title says “realistic,” there’s a 99% chance the content isn’t even close to reality. The author typically only thinks to add the word “realistic” because at some point they’ve already questioned it’s “realisticity” (I know that’s not a word) in their own head.
Not to mention, I’m not so sure those “draft value charts” are relevant anymore.
I know nothing about Daniels’ personality or capability to move into a front office / coaching position, but in every article I seen on this, the move has generally been met with praise.
Giants, Eagles, and Cowboys after the jump…
Ha, remember Bill Sheridan, Giants fans? The Bucs just hired him to be their DC, and yeah, the Bucs fans already know what’s in store for them.
I hate you, Victor Cruz.
Graz Danny and I are on the same page here.
Great stuff here from Brian.
Looks like Tommy has a new man crush, which means that you need to do a little homework on the guy.
Who are the leaders on the Dallas Cowboys?
“Dude. I gotta be honest with you: That’s a good question. That’s a good question. I really don’t know. It’s just another thing we really need … like the Ravens, we don’t have that. We’ve got the talent. We’ve got everything we need. I think we get like a Ray Lewis-type. Everybody buys into him. When Ray Lewis speaks, everybody listens to him. A guy like that. We really don’t got that. I think we definitely need somebody like that.”
Bailey hit 26 consecutive field goals without a miss when his own head coach knocked him off the tracks. Jason Garrett called a timeout as Bailey set up to kick the game winning field goal against the Arizona Cardinals. It iced Bailey and he missed the next attempt and that shook his confidence. The next week, Tom Coughlin called a time out at the end of the game when Bailey attempted to tie it up, icing him for another miss.
Two losses, thanks to the foot of Bailey.
Wait, so the loss to the Giants when JPP wasn’t blocked up the middle and blocked the FG attempt… the game in which the Cowboys went up by 12 with less than 6 minutes left and blew the lead… that game… for real… that game was a loss “thanks to the foot of Dan Bailey?” You sure about that?