Monthly Archives: April 2012

MAQB – Mock Draft Edition

by NFL Gimpy (check out his Twitter nonsense greatness) Before the draft talk, I want to address quite possibly the best thing to ever happen to NFL offenses: Brian Dawkins has retired. Here are a few potential things NFL players … Continue reading

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Things I’m Hearing

With four days to go before the NFL Draft the media buzz on certain players has become a bit laughable – not in a sense that there is a lack of credibility – but in that the inconsistency between what … Continue reading

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Draft Notes – What’s the Deal with Kalil?

There is a lot of buzz right now about the Vikings either taking someone other than Matt Kalil or possibly trading back. What is going on? Isn’t Kalil exactly what they need? Here’s the deal. I think the Vikings love … Continue reading

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1st Round Mock – 4/19

1. Indianapolis – Andrew Luck, QB Stanford Jim Irsay gets his quarterback, although given the family’s track record and his penchant for Twitter, I’m not sure this is a good thing for Luck. 2. Washington (f/STL) – Robert Griffin III, … Continue reading

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Top DT Talk

Tommy has been on here talking to you about corners and linebackers lately. I can respect that, but nothing gets me more excited than watching a big, sweaty lineman. Wait – I mean – well Buddy Ryan would be on … Continue reading

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MAQB with the Gimp!!

The NFL Draft is a mere 10 days away. Tommy and Matt are working diligently to update scouting reports, mock drafts, and the top 100 and they’re two of the best in the industry at it. I’m not. I simply … Continue reading

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Sticking to Premier Talent

As the draft approaches the public is constantly inundated with rumors of trade ups, players climbing and players falling. It’s that time of year where those of us sick enough to dedicate our lives to the three-day event are sweaty-palmed … Continue reading

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Draft Notes – The Plight of ILBs

Does the free agency period tell us anything about the draft?  If so, Luke Kuechly won’t be a Top 10 pick.  Top 15?  Could he slide? We just had the deepest crop of ILBs in free agency in a long, … Continue reading

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Draft Notes – CB Talk

Quick stuff today… Texas A&M has a pair of talented Senior CBs.  Coryell Judie missed a lot of time due to injury and then had a strange Combine showing.  He ran in the upper 4.4s, which is plenty fast.  His … Continue reading

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Draft Notes – CB Josh Norman, Pitt DL

I haven’t talked enough about CB Josh Norman. He really came into prominence at the Shrine Game practices. Everyone raved about him. Norman had a terrific career, but he played at Coastal Carolina and it is easy to fly under … Continue reading

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