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The Possibilities at Eleven: Volume II

| April 18th, 2016

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Prospect Profile: Ronnie Stanley, OT, Notre Dame

Pros: Considered by many to be a franchise left tackle because of his size and athleticism. Has exceptionally long arms and held up very well in pass protection. Would improve the Bears pass-blocking from Day One and give them someone who can hold up against Clay Matthews, Ziggy Ansah and Everson Griffen.

Cons: Not really considered a mauler in the run game, which could be a big problem for the Bears. Some question if he really loves football. Looked really stiff and slow at the combine, but said it was because of a calf injury.

Summary: If NFL teams grade Stanley as a franchise left tackle, he won’t make it to the 11th pick. It’s going to come down the psychological evaluations, something nobody really has access to. Certainly has the talent to be a great left tackle. For the Bears, it’s worth questioning if they should invest such a high pick in the position when they have a quarterback who excels after the play breaks down.

Jeff’s Thought: I don’t know how good Charles Leno can be at left tackle but I think the Bears would be making a terrible mistake not finding out. Drafting Stanley would relegate Leno to the bench immediately.

Prospect Profile: A’Shawn Robinson, DL, Alabama

Pros: Called “Body Beautiful” because he looks the part. Incredibly strong despite being just 20 years old last year. Was able to consistently push blockers into the backfield and rarely, if ever, lost ground. Will immediately improve and anchor any team’s run defense. Much better prospect than Danny Shelton was.

Cons: Didn’t test very well at the combine. Could be because he was only 20 years old or he just might not develop into a great athlete. Lack of speed and athleticism might limit his potential as a pass-rusher. Still needs to learn technique. With two big run-stuffers already on the defensive line, Robinson may not fit.

Summary: As the process has played out, Robinson has become one of my favorite players. I don’t think he’ll ever be Mo Wilkerson, but he can be a better version of Malik Jackson. Would love to have seen him get after the quarterback more in college, but there are plenty of reasons to think he’ll be better at doing so in the NFL.

Jeff’s Thought: Let’s call it a Crimson Flag. There is so much talent on the Alabama defense every year it’s impossible to know which of them will translate to the professional level. 

Prospect Profile: DeForest Buckner, DL, Oregon

Pros: Considered the best defensive line prospect in the draft. Has exceptional size and length, which could help him develop into a premier interior rusher. With the NFL out-lawing chop blocks, Buckner will be even more valuable.

Cons: Not really a great athlete and not really strong. He isn’t going to rack up sacks like Mo Wilkerson or JJ Watt because he simply isn’t that level of athlete. Also struggled against double teams at times at Oregon. Didn’t go against a lot of premier offensive line talent with the Ducks.

Summary: Not hard to see why he’s considered an elite prospect, even if he isn’t at the level of Wilkerson, Watt or even Leonard Williams a year ago. Would be ideal for the Bears because they have big bodies and speed to put around him, but probably won’t make it to 11.

Jeff’s Thought: Something about this guy feels like he’ll be the pick but, I don’t know, something doesn’t fit. 

Prospect Profile: Sheldon Rankins, DT, Louisville

Pros: Very quick and explosive athlete. Had 14 sacks and 26.5 tackles for loss the last two years at Louisville. Might be the most polished interior pass-rusher in the draft. Very good length for his size.

Cons: While he has good length for his size, he lacks length overall. He might struggle playing outside in base downs and isn’t really strong enough to hold down the middle. Didn’t see him take on and beat up double teams a lot. As athletic as he is, we’re not talking about Aaron Donald.

Summary: I like Rankins a lot, but I’m not sure he is what the Bears are looking for to help their defensive line. But, who knows? Maybe they see him as a situational pass-rusher subbing for either Akeem Hicks or Eddie Goldman on passing downs.

Jeff’s Thought: Feels like a position the Bears don’t view as an area of need. 

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  • Ribeyes for Operators

    You be the judge:

    Against Orangeman (undersized opponents, IMO): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOhKsrBr2dY
    USC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YX4hjonnRIc
    Texas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYq2bgtgmsI

    Interviewed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-Wx9JmIJgA

    NFL.com book on him, omit Strengths since you can see those for yourself:

    WEAKNESSES In need of more functional, core power. Has to hang on for a ride when engaging against a physical defender who plays with leverage. Will need to win with feet and technique. Doesn’t have upper body strength to maul when his rep gets off track. Has athleticism to recover when he’s beaten but is just average at redirecting his man off-­course once defender gets the advantage. Is more quick that explosive. Gives ground to bull rushers when his feet aren’t set at punch. Balance is average.

    NFL COMPARISON Lane Johnson

    BOTTOM LINE Three-year starter with the outstanding foot quickness and pass protection talent expected from an early round left tackle prospect. Stanley showed great maturity in acknowledging his weaknesses and returning to school to work on them and improve his game. While Stanley’s core power is still a concern, he showed improved strength and run blocking prowess this year and should be ready to come in and start right away for a team looking to protect a high-­end quarterback.

    • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

      I won’t be pissed if we get him. I won’t be excited that we ignored D. I wish Jaylon Smith was not hurt because another team would have picked him in top 5 and that would have meant with the 2 QB’s going and Tunsil and Megaquon at WR that a true top 4 D pick would most likely have fallen to us.

      • Irish Sweetness

        I don’t know, he doesn’t jump off the page at you for a number 11 pick, given our needs.

        You’ll be pissed when he gets pushed around in the run game. 312 ain’t no load. Remember, this guy needs to be a starter, meaning (a) he needs to be better than the vet Leno (b) he needs to be better than a sophomore Tayo Fabuluje who weighs 350lbs and looks good in pass pro and is an obvious road-grader in the run-game. Stanley might not even make it to backup OT on merit. Doesn’t sound like an 11 pick to me.

        • CanadaBear

          You keep talking about Tayo like he’s already done something in the NFL. No he hasn’t. Just because he’s huge means nothing. By that line of thinking Andre the Giant would have been the best of all time.

          • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

            Tayo Fabaluje: A portrait in greatness
            By Irish Sweetness

          • Irish Sweetness

            He’s a good kid. We’ll see. I hope he does well.

          • willbest

            But that is why we love Irish

          • MB30SD

            Practice Squad Heros

            ~ By Irish

          • Irish Sweetness

            You bastards! Have a little heart!

          • Ososfan

            Dang, Canada, I’m a huge Tayo fan as well but agree thatbhes done nothingbyet to warrant future greatness/mediocrity..

          • CanadaBear

            I’d like nothing more than to see him develop into a 10-year LT. Who knows, he might? I’m just not going to count on it until I see something during the real games.

          • Ososfan

            Definitely, all we have is hope and a big dude who moves tremendously fast atm..

          • Huge Bear’s Penis

            you know who else was huge? J Webb. we all know how great he was.

          • Irish Sweetness

            But he was a goon from day one. Dudes were eating his lunch from the first minute.

          • Huge Bear’s Penis

            which dudes? 4 and 5 string d-line and LBs?

          • Irish Sweetness

            He’s still on the team and has done nothing wrong. Kept a clean pocket in pre-season, and until he has shown us he’s a busted pick, he’s a backup. Being huge does mean something, it’s not eveything, but it helps. A guy like Stanley could be pushed around in the run game. If you can bring on a guy of Tayo’s size on obvious run-downs, that’s a great thing to have.

            Plus there’s character. Tayo has a great tory, he’s clearly motivated to do whatever it takes. Stanley ‘s motivation has been called into question by those who know him.

            And we don’t need to waste a pick on Tayo.

          • Huge Bear’s Penis

            6th round busted pick?? can you truly say a 6th rounder is a bust, most 6th rounders don’t make it anyway.

          • CanadaBear

            Preseason? Really? Bring him in on running plays? The D will never figure that out. Not convinced.

      • MB30SD

        If smith hadn’t have been cursed by the deveel himself, that kid would have gone #3 after the 2 qbs. He would have won the combine.

        I watched his tape, he was special. Poor kid.

        • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

          He’ll be picked in the middle late second round because of the off chance that he recovers. That would be one of the biggest steals in recent memory. If he never plays again that stupid cheap shot in a more stupid bowl game cost him 50 million dollars. FIFTY MILLION.

          • MB30SD

            yup. so brutal.

    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      Maybe I don’t know what to look for, but honestly, I thought Stanley looked better run-blocking than he did in pass protection, especially against when he had a smaller pass rusher outside of him.

      • Irish Sweetness

        I wasn’t that impressed with either types of blocking on the tapes I watched, but it was only a couple. I just get no good feelings from either Stanley or Conklin, and I think they would both get pushed about by grown-ass men in the NFL.

        Again. Priorities. I don’t love Leno, but somebody does. We KNOW nobody would push Tayo around. But those draft priorities are there. Is the roster screaming Left Tackle? I just don’t think it is. Defensive end, corner has no depth, and we need a banger at HB. LT is down the list there IMHO.

        • MB30SD

          We have 5 decent rbs maings… we don’t NEED the next forte. Not this year at least. We’ve moved to pox’s rb by committee, and I’m fine with that.

          IMHO @ 11 we need:

          1. the 2 or 3rd DE
          2. the 2nd DB
          3. the 2nd OL

          In that order, although I wouldn’t be at all sad if 1 and 2 were swapped. Just pick the fucking painfully obvious best guy still on the board in the one or two big places of need in the first and 2nd. You can get cute in 3 – 7

          • Irish Sweetness

            Zeke isn’t another Forte – he does what Forte could never do, and that’s run them over. We don’t have that guy on the roster.

          • MB30SD

            Sure we do. .. just a less talented version . We don’t NEED another rb yo. No, seriously

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            “opportunity cost”

          • Are you sure we don’t have a guy who can run over Ds? (Keep in mind that was BOWMAN, not a scrub)

            http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-highlights/0ap3000000595172/Bears-Ka-Deem-Carey-motors-for-4-yard-touchdown-run

            Carey seemed to run pretty tough (and I disliked that pick initially). Carey also might not win best buddy award, but he does bring attitude.

            This is a somewhat odd probation year for the Bears.

            We’re going to find out if.

            1. Leno is a real LT
            2. Massie can hold the RT
            3. Langford is foreals, Carey short yard banger, Jizz change of pace
            4. Cutty can repeat not being a turnover machine under new OC
            5. If White can ball and if Alshon is made from marshmallows
            6. If Fangio wil become more aggressive now that he actually fields REAL players.

          • Irish Sweetness

            I tought Perry was 210. He’s not. He’s listed at 187(!).

            We need a banger even more! There’s the FB Lasike, but he’s a rugby dude I think, very little experience and prefers blocking. Probably goes back on the PS or gets cut.

  • Ribeyes for Operators

    Buckner playing inside against the Spartans: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KDhFeqRKVIc

    What am I missing with this guy that the Chargers are talking about taking him at 3?

    • MB30SD

      They’re the chargers

    • Ososfan

      They see potential maybe and things that can be fixed technique-wise. One of Buckner’s weaknesses is that he stands up straight way too much and too often and doesn’t use his arm length against inferior linemen. Fix that up and Buckner has decent speed and power to win battles and get to the QB constantly imo

    • Irish Sweetness

      Wow. He certainly doesn’t jump off the screen at you does he? Could that be to do with Jack Conklin? Conor Cook looks good too.

      I see he had 10.5 sacks and 13.5 TFL, so maybe it was being up against Conklin.

  • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

    Haha, i understand the comparisions when writers put together Prospect Profiles but doesn’t anyone still find it slightly amusing when tiny white men call guys like DeForest Buckner, “not really a great athlete and not really strong”…..

  • Irish Sweetness

    The questions over Stanley’s desire for the game is a huge red card. And what size is being referred to? 312lbs? That’s a little light if anything these days. His deficiencies in the run game is another red card.
    If he’s there at 11, I hope we pass, and take a W Jax III or an Elliott if he’s there. Even another damn DT, anything but drafting another Carimi. Have to hit this one out of the park.

    • 312 for a LT is not that light, esp since he’s fresh out of college and likely to add more man-meat.

      Lack of desire though, that’s more concerning.

      Vernon Davis was a physical freak but never really lived up to it cuz he didn’t seem to like football that much.

      Then again, Peanut’s fav sport was Bball, and he really didn’t seem to love football like Ray Lewis types. Peanut was just professional about it.

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse
  • Irish Sweetness

    So with Akiem Hicks, Terry fuckin Williams and Eddie Goldman et al already on the roster … are we seriously okay with drafting another DT? We don’t appear to have a DE worth a damn yet.

    I’ll head the cheeky boys off at the pass by saying, yes, I’m okay with us drafting another RB, because we don’t have one like Zeke.

    • Sactowns#1

      THIS. I want a DE for our first pick and any linemen with our 2nd.

    • I think we all want a bad ass DE.
      The problem is, after QB, EVERY team ahead of us covets one too.

      I have a strong suspicion that the Jets will indeed trade Mo to the Bears by draft day.

      It just makes too much sense for both parties.

      • Sactowns#1

        From your lips to Gods ears.

        • Ososfan

          Let us now pray to papa bear Halas…..

      • Irish Sweetness

        God I hope so, even allowing for development, there just doesn’t seem to be a DE in the draft that makes you go “HIM!! THAT DUDE!!”

    • Ososfan

      Deforest Buckner please!

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    Just do it.

    • willbest

      Where is he projected to go?

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        Nearly every mock draft has him going somewhere between 10-20…and the Falcons at 17 are the far and away favorites to go after him because we took Freeman and Trevathan in FA (both targeted by Atlanta as well).

    • Irish Sweetness

      I like. Fox wants a guy that slippery too.

    • BC

      I don’t like that dropping the ball just after crossing the goal line garbage. You should be holding that thing like a Newborn until the official demands it back. Last thing the team needs is a TD overturned because you want to be a jackass.

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    Yikes…but tend to agree with most that this is a “source” for a team that wants him to drop.

    NFL source calls Myles Jack "a time bomb" whose knee could give him several good years, or not. Bone and cartilage starting to break away.— Les Bowen (@LesBowen) April 18, 2016

    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      IANAD but why put it out there if you’re not trying to get a reaction? Otherwise, you’d let other teams roll the dice and get burned.

      • willbest

        My thought is some NFL team is pushing this info to try and get another NFL team to blink so he drops a bit further.

        • MikeBrownhadaPosse

          Yes.

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    Willbest, you completely and utterly missed my point and the point of what Jobs pulled off with Apple…but that’s OK.
    Just like Android and iOS, as with Netflix vs. Amazon, there are pluses and minuses to their respective user experience. I think Hulus is absolute dogshit, but not all people watch TV the same way.
    The larger point is that there is not a winner take-all in content. There never has been. Digital providers are slicing the marketplace up in a way that the cable providers never could or wanted to. That is the outcome of what Amazon is doing, not beating Netflix.

    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      The satellite providers are already moving in this direction; they can read the writing on the wall. Next up will be a la carte pro sports subscriptions online.

    • willbest

      Cable providers could, it just wasn’t in their best interest. Thing with cartels, even legal ones thanks to Congress and the FCC, there is always incentive to cheat. But cable will get their blood money one way or another. Because none of these guys are looking to lay new pipes.

      I am not knocking the Amazon vs. Netflix competition. Just noting that Netflix doesn’t as of yet have too much to worry about. Original content is only 1 element. new content, Interface, library, price, stream quality, etc. Stream quality being the particular touchy one since the cable companies are already shaking Netflix down.

      I don’t know why you say its not WTA though. Yes at $35/mo for my pipe and $8-12/month per content, I can afford 3-4 for what the cable bill was (though I haven’t had a cable bill since 2006), but then my cable provider was just dictating which 4 instead of allowing me to choose. Plenty of people are going to be left out of my dollars.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        What I mean by non-WTA is that the consumer is now able to quickly and easily control, on a month-to-month or even episode-to-episode basis, what they are paying for and consuming. And even Amazon is slicing up their content into segments. Ultimately, it won’t be choosing Amazon vs. Netflix, it will be choosing between which segment you want to watch that month or week, etc. Traditional cable still has shown little capability of making that transition for its consumers. They’re going to end up just being pipes for the streaming companies. 10 years from now, talking about Cox will be like talking about Ma Bell.

        • willbest

          My bad, for some reason WTA got interpreted as zero sum game in my head. Though I suppose in theory it could be ZSG eventually. I have both Prime and Netflix now, but if they were $25/month I would choose one because I don’t watch that much TV to justify it.

          And it wouldn’t surprise me if certain content providers required annual contracts. ESPN for example would seem like a prime candidate.

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            I do the same thing, but I also switch between Sling and HBO now based on what is in season.
            I think it’s the best thing since sliced bread.

          • MB30SD

            Sliced bread’s pretty fucking good yo

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            I do like sammiches.

          • MB30SD

            me too, but I haven’t had onea dems in alike 2 years. Seriously.

            #eatingpaleosuckssometimes

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            Sometimes???

          • MB30SD

            Young single chicks dig abs yo.

          • BC

            Gospel.

          • MB30SD

            Bc!!! Preach it baby!

            Where you been

          • BC

            Wife, three ankle biters, teaching horny young coeds accounting. I lurk every now and again but I don’t have much draft input this year because I whiffed on Brock Vareen.

          • MB30SD

            yes, fuck you for that.

            Nice. Stay in the game maings. Can I come guest-teach? Have one or two picked out for me already?

          • willbest

            I tried my hand at baking bread a while back, sliced bread is pretty meh. Its nice to get whatever thickness you feel like at that moment.

          • MB30SD

            that’s what she said will… thaaaaat’s what she said

          • MikeBrownhadaPosse

            ESPN, btw, is available as part of the standard Sling package…which you can do on a month by month basis – no annual contract.
            They have the poorest streaming performance overall, but it’s live. Their servers took massive beatings during the NLCS and the Walking Dead season premieres but got better.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Love him or hate him, see this? Robert Cringeley in the ‘lost’ interview with Jobs (he wrote maybe the best book I ever read on computers, Accidental Empires – turned into youtubeness in Triumph of the Nerds).

      http://putlocker.is/watch-steve-jobs-the-lost-interview-online-free-putlocker.html

      HE admits on screen (although Cringely talks about it in the book), when he walked into Xerox Palo Alto research lab he was shown object-oriented programming. Nothing. Networked pcs with email. Nothing. But when he saw the GUI, he thought “I’ll have that, that’s amazing!”.

  • That Guy

    Still waiting for Jeff to post a positive comment about one of these draft prospects.

    I prefer Buckner to Robinson (as most do), but I doubt he’s there at 11.

    Jackson seems a good prospect at corner, and we need some competition at corner for Fuller and Porter.

    Elliot is a really good player. Its never bad to add really good players, even if you already have really another really good player on your team at the same position.

    Logic dictates adding a left tackle or edge rusher at #11 since those guys don’t stick around to the back end of the draft. The problem is there doesn’t appear to be a clear winner at either of those positions. I don’t want to draft a position, I want to draft a player.

    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      He just hasn’t gotten to my man, #43, yet.

    • In Jeff’s defense, the guys theoretically available at #11 seem meh. Like starters, not stars.

      Surprised not many are talking about taking best ‘pure’ S at #11. That’s right around the range where they usually get drafted.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        Best pure safety in the draft is coming off a season ending knee injury.
        And I would love to get him in the second.
        Karl Joseph, baby.

    • Irish Sweetness

      My feelings exactly on this draft. If Zeke’s gone, I’m leaning towards a WJAX III pick. Hope we hit on a no-name/under-the-radar rusher down below.

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    Draft pron for Irish…

    Derrick Henry looks like a Marvel super hero standing next to Eddie Lacy. That's crazy. (via @JoshMenschNFL) pic.twitter.com/GzE8g5WphC— Rand Getlin (@Rand_Getlin) April 18, 2016

    • MB30SD

      comments are funny. EL sucks.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        He was fat before, but now he just looks like a skinny fat dude.

        • MB30SD

          Hahahahaha… he looks like the guy you see buying chilli cheese weenies at the 7/11 and think to yourself. .. hmmmm, wonder if that dude played college ball back in the dizz

    • Irish Sweetness

      I think I’d like Henry more than Zeke. Can you imagine that dude behind a jumbo set with Tayo and Urnein? That’s my ultimate draft boner.

      Grab WJAX, then somehow Henry is there in the second. Christmas time.

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    MB, bad news…the other BM is set to sign a waiver on his RFA tender with the Broncos and will participate in workouts according to Rapoport.
    Ah well.

    • MB30SD

      sigh :_ (

      • Irish Sweetness

        That would be ripping the piss out of the Broncos.

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    I’ve been saying this for two months now.

    Kind of my same thinking with Lee and the Bears. https://t.co/NR25tVuxk0— Andrew Dannehy (@ChiBearsAD) April 16, 2016

  • Doc Nitty

    uuuuggggh.

    • MB30SD

      Stop that for fuck sake!!! Man Christmas less than 2 weeks?!?!?!?!

      • Doc Nitty

        A Monte Hall Christmas maybe.

        • MikeBrownhadaPosse

          Have faith, young Nitty. It will be a glorious day, full of hybrid safeties and anticipation of the second round pick yet to come.

          • Doc Nitty

            ugh.

            Faith keeps taking a shit on my lawn. I shot it dead.

          • MB30SD

            You’ll be ok my maings… this time next year and you will be as right as rain

  • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

    The thought of building a Jets quality D line makes my bears bone stir.

    • Irish Sweetness

      If Zeke and Buckner are gone, what’s to stop Pace picking up the [hone and swapping picks with the NYJ? At this point I’d pretty much just give up the pick for Wilkerson.

  • RenoBear

    So Twitter just told me to follow sarahanne Trestman ( @sarahtrest) and her sister Chloe… Their dad is a weird dude…. But gawwwwd are his daughters freakin hot

    • MB30SD

      jeeeeeees

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        • Irish Sweetness

          You’ll be getting a shot in the face of Sticky McGunk if you do that in here again …. GTFO.

        • MB30SD

          Why me?!?! I hate you brande

        • BC

          Nevermind that a base McClaren (notice the spelling you piece of shit) P1 is roughly $1.5MM and earning $98/hour works out to $203,840 a year assuming a 40 hour work week (which you don’t). It would take you forever to afford that car on that salary. Now piss off, on second thought I see that the URL in that hyperlink has a .de TLD meaning it’s a German domain so what I should be asking is would you like to be pissed on?

    • Irish Sweetness

      Did you see what she posts?

      • RenoBear

        Just kinda glanced through her and her sisters Twitter feeds, just saw basic frivolous tweets and cute pics of them both

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse
    • Karl Joseph fucked up his knee?

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        Back in October.

        • MB30SD

          you had me at “3”

          • Isn’t that 3 more than our entire secondary had in the whole season?

          • MB30SD

            Yes

          • MB30SD

            (weeping softly)

    • MB30SD

      Oh myyyyyyyyyy!

      15 yards in the NFL (VERY sadly)

    • Irish Sweetness

      PHWEEP!
      15 yards and half his paycheck!

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    MB – did you know your namesake lives up in San Clemente now?

    • MB30SD

      No shit?!

      Dude… LOVE SC. super fun little town. I should shoot him a whatup.

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        Sounds like a road trip if i ever make it to southern Cali.
        “Scuse me, you know where Mike Brown live?”

        • MB30SD

          Hahaha… I like that

  • Ribeyes for Operators

    Yo Al

    Drew Rosenhaus dropped Johnny Football as a client today. Johnny said

    Drew wants me to go to rehab
    But I said no no no

    And so it ends. A marriage of scumbags ends in divorce

    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      When Drew Rosenhaus thinks you’re a chronic f-ckup, son, you are a chronic f-ckup.

    • CanadaBear

      JF should probably follow this advice.

  • this site is acting funky.

    So I’ll just post here

    mmm. Like that Joseph is a leader with lil regard to his body (MB 2?)

    http://www.nfl.com/draft/2016/profiles/karl-joseph?id=2555342

    But that ACL will determine where he goes.

    Mayock ranks him as the 2nd best S (behind Ramsey), and I tend to trust Mayock with safeties.

    I wonder if we can steal him in the 2nd.

    That would be odd if we get Myles Jack and Joseph in 1st and 2nd then Jaylon Smith in 3rd.

    All-knee team

    • MB30SD

      you kidding me, I would spank it right there if that was our draft.

      • Some math medical expert will have to do some equation about risk-reward that sprawls across three chalk boards.

        • MB30SD

          jes

        • MikeBrownhadaPosse

          I would take that gamble every day.

        • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

          I’d be willing to sit all 3 for the year, redshirt them and come out with the ballingest team ever next year. It’s not tanking, it’s just a weird situation that needs to be looked at. (kind of kidding)

          • Sactowns#1

            Lets not try to become the Niners.

          • MB30SD

            my neighbor is a 9ers fan. He played FS for BYU. He’s about 6’2″ 220 now… nice guy.

            And yes, he’s bleck! (said with south african accent)

          • Irish Sweetness

            I’ll slap the bleck off you boy!

          • MB30SD

            Oh, forgot my original point… I told him his 9ers were going to be even more dogshit next hear than they were last and that is gm and head coach are obviously smoking crack and bathsalts simultaneously together in their office this offseason.

          • Irish Sweetness

            “It’s not tanking!”

            That should be a DBB T-shirt yo.

            It could be a Dr.Evil masterplan though.

      • DaMurph

        Youd spank it anyway!

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    Watch this pop at the 1:21 mark. Good lawd.

    • MB30SD

      Ummm, yes fucking please!!

      • DaMurph

        I’ll second that with a Hell Yeah!

        • MB30SD

          that’s pronounced, “hellS yeah!” murph.

          How’s the new garage door working my maings?

          • DaMurph

            Working really well so far!! Im gonna have him tweak it some and see if I can achieve stronger, longer lasting erections! Ha!!!

    • Huge Bear’s Penis

      i was going to say something like one hit does not make a great player then link a video of Bostic. BUT then i watch the rest of the video. He looks pretty damn great in run support and playing downhill, but I would like to see more of him in coverage. So far, I have to agree with others “yes fucking please!!”

      • MikeBrownhadaPosse

        3 picks in a game last year, 5 in the first four games of the season. He’s pretty much money in coverage. Don’t you fret.

  • Ribeyes for Operators

    Conor McGregor spontaneously quit the UFC in a tweet today. I guess the Diaz rematch is off.

    Also he was at ringside when that guy died in his fight. That may have shook him

    • Cutty of Mt. Olivet Nazarene

      I didn’t know if that was a joke or not.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Wow. And I hear it first here! He’sa ll over my YT feed.

      If he’s retiring, then good for him. Money in the bank. Risk it all for what?

      I saw that fight where his team mate killed a guy. The ref wasn’t in ‘late’ … it was a typical finish, nothing major … guy dies. That could be anybody. My cousin passed away last week in the gym. Fit guy, late forties. Started working out, aneurysm, dead. Gone.

      If Conor walks, good for him. Although I feel a massive comeback-payday coming up next year!

      • MB30SD

        Sorry maings. I always worry about that one.

  • MB30SD
  • AlbertInTucson

    With large, and only getting larger, question marks about the health of Jaylon Smith and Myles Jack, I don’t see Buckner falling out of the top 10.

  • Ruthmpolk

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    • Ribeyes for Operators

      Ruth –

      No offense, honey buns, but you seem like a lying bitch.

  • Ososfan

    I’m liking that QB Blog father mentioned before: Doughty, I believe is his name. Decent arm and accurate and just looks like he can ball and could be had way down in the draft(hopefully) he threw for like 5500yrds and 44TD’s…..

    • The thing is, is he BETTER than Fales (who now has been in the league and our system)?

      I think we should invest in a vet in case Fales flames out like Clausen, which is a real possibility.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Y’all are hard! Remember his TD to Ify Omodu ? Until he pulls a Todd Collins ….

  • Irish Sweetness

    Conor McGregor ‏@TheNotoriousMMA 13h13 hours ago

    I have decided to retire young.
    Thanks for the cheese.

    Catch ya’s later.

    https://twitter.com/thenotoriousmma?lang=en

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