Do you guy's think it's time to start looking for another QB in the draft ? Lftwich is bit older and though he has a strong arm that about it. Dixon is nnot going to make it as a franchise QB and looks bad this this year so far. I know it's early but I have no confidense.
Walter football has SanDiego State QB Ryan Lindly projected in the 3rd round. At 6-4 215 he has the size NFL scouts look for and it's been said he has gotten bigger in his upper body. Just thought.
If you guys want a "monster" then tune into that station I will not mention on Sept. 3rd at 8 PM, Georgia vs. Boise State. Keep an eye on the Georgia OG, Cordy Glenn. He is 6-5, 348 and moves well.
Rob Rang's 10 udrafted players who could make a roster. Pay close attention to number 2 (burghball), 6 (Steelers), and 9 (yours truly).
1. Doug Baldwin, WR, Seahawks (Stanford): Had impressed brass with his reliable hands, route-running out of the slot and that was before he returned a kickoff 105 yards for a TD against Denver.
2. Nick Bellore, ILB, Jets (Central Michigan): Instinctive and a terrific open field tackler, Bellore made several standout plays Monday against the Giants.
3. Ryan Donahue, P, Lions (Iowa): Seems to have a legitimate chance of unseating veteran Nick Harris for the starting punting (and holder) positions for the Lions.
4. Kevin Kowalski, C, Cowboys (Toledo): I'm told Kowalski's solid play was one of the factors that led to the team's surprising release of former Pro Bowler Andre Gurode.
5. Josh Portis, QB, Seahawks (California of PA): Has easily won the Seahawks No. 3 position and some argue he holds more upside than current No. 2 quarterback Charlie Whitehurst.
6. Weslye Saunders, TE, Steelers (South Carolina): Big bodied blocker with the hands to be a threat in short yardage situations.
7. Ricardo Silva, S, Lions (Hampton): Appeared to be a loooong-shot heading into the preseason, but has proven to be a playmaker (two interceptions, fumble recovery) and is practicing ahead of veterans Aaron Francisco and Michael Johnson, among others.
8. Willie Smith, OT, Redskins (East Carolina): The same athleticism that Brad and I found so intriguing before continues to be obvious. Despite claims from some that he was "only a left tackle," Smith appears to have settled in nicely at right tackle.
9. Cedric Thornton, DT, Eagles (Southern Arkansas): Andy Reid's willingness to shuffle the deck at defensive tackle makes listing Thornton a gamble, but he's shown good athleticism at 6-3, 310 pounds.
10. Will Yeatman, TE, Patriots (Maryland): Won't push Gronkowski or Hernandez for fantasy consideration, but is a big body (6-6, 270) who has stood out as a blocker.
another note is that if Yeatman makes the Patriots do they release the promising TE out of Marshall, Lee Smith? Other than laughing hysterically at the Lions whooping the tar out of Tammy Brady, I have not followed their TE depth past Hernandez and Gronkowski. I hope Pittsburgh keeps Saunders over SUCKMORE. If someone gets hurt, we can always sign SUCKMORE as a vet backup. I would not want to risk relaasing Saunders to get him on the PS, somebody watched the last two games, this kid is making strides. And SUCKMORE, well he is sucking more.