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Otis mock offseason 2.0

I love the mock tho. Hunter its my draft favorite and Goodman has some loooooong arms. I wonder if he can gain 20 pounds in a couple of years.
I would not put the stipulation in any trade that the qb needs to start or play in all 16 games. That is a low probability. Perhaps over 51% of offensive snaps. That makes them the starter and would bump it to a higher pick. Also 2014 picks are worth less than 2013. But the 2014 pick might be better, so it is a moot point.
Originally posted by 80849er4life:
Originally posted by OtisDriftwood:
Originally posted by 80849er4life:
Stop reading at Isaac Sopoage let walk......

Jesse williams stay young and cheaper. Plus soap wasnt impressive this year in my opinion.

In YOUR opinion
Soap is a beast! the reason he didn't get much PT was because he was so effective stuffing the run. I noticed him making plays on goaline and short yardage downs. The weakness in the defense I noticed was coverage vs. quicker WR's like Cruz, Amendola, and Harvin.
Good off season mock. I'd consider Starks over Seymour
Originally posted by OtisDriftwood:
Let walk
Billy cundiff
Leonard davis
Ted ginn
Randy moss
Isaac Sopoaga
Clark Haggans
Larry grant

Release
David Akers
Parys Haralson

Trade
Alex Smith to KC for 2014 3rd round pick could become a 2nd if he starts all 16 games and or makes the pro bowl.

Free Agents
FS- Dashon Goldson
DT- Ricky Jean-Francois
TE- Delanie Walker
LB- Tavaris Gooden
DE- Richard Seymour
PR/KR/CB- Leodis McKelvin

DRAFT
1- Jesse Williams NT - Alabama
2- Jordan Poyer CB Oregon State
3- Justin Hunter WR Tennessee
3- Mallichah Goodman DE Clemson
3- Bacarri Rambo FS Georgia
4- Khaled Holmes C USC
5- Dustin Hopkins K FSU
6- Kerwynn Williams RB Utah State
7- Ryan Griffin TE UConn


Im assuming we move around a bit to get who we want and only end up with 9 or so actual picks. I assume we will sign an undrafted qb also.
I agree with the FA signings for the most part. Only FA signing I would add is Josh Cribbs

The draft I have some mixed feelings about. I like Jesse Williams at 31 but I think it would be more valuble to trade up with those 14 picks. I feel we are going to trade up for a the best WR in the draft Keenan Allen, compares to Anquan Boldin but FASTER! Not as explosive as Cordarrelle Patterson but you can't be explosive if you drop the ball and seeing how Patterson tourched Georgia would stay away from Rambo. D.J. Swearinger looks like a straight beast at Safety, reminds me of Goldson but a bit more explosive. He can cover like a corner and ball hawk, REAL PHYSICAL. The only flag I see on him is the flags he gets. He just may get fined like Goldson does for those defenseless WR hits but I think those hits make more of an impact in that WR's start aligator arming balls or as I like to call Randy Mossing balls
Originally posted by OtisDriftwood:
Originally posted by PTulini:
I think Kawaan Short would be a better fit for us.
Originally posted by 80849er4life:
Originally posted by OtisDriftwood:
Originally posted by 80849er4life:
In YOUR opinion

Thats right, although alot of it may have been from an early season leg injury , he still wasnt the same Soap. Now i can see resigning him if RJF is wanting more or the same money as him but only if. Otherwise move on to a monster NT in Jesse Willaims.

I see him resighning but play time is another story.....vet minimum I think.....hope.....huh this is hard times man.....

Yeah hes been a great player for us and at that price we keep him. He can get more on the market. At this point some of these players have to decide if they want cash or a dynasty.

Big Ice will choose Dynasty
Originally posted by dyNASTYmode:
Originally posted by 80849er4life:
Originally posted by OtisDriftwood:
Originally posted by 80849er4life:
Stop reading at Isaac Sopoage let walk......

Jesse williams stay young and cheaper. Plus soap wasnt impressive this year in my opinion.

In YOUR opinion
Soap is a beast! the reason he didn't get much PT was because he was so effective stuffing the run. I noticed him making plays on goaline and short yardage downs. The weakness in the defense I noticed was coverage vs. quicker WR's like Cruz, Amendola, and Harvin.

This.....if you want to better the "D" look at the corner position
Originally posted by 80849er4life:
Originally posted by OtisDriftwood:
Originally posted by 80849er4life:
Stop reading at Isaac Sopoage let walk......

Jesse williams stay young and cheaper. Plus soap wasnt impressive this year in my opinion.

In YOUR opinion

My opinion too. Soap wasn't good this year. Big drop-off from 2011 when he was a rock. We must let him go and get younger at the position.
Originally posted by 80849er4life:
This.....if you want to better the "D" look at the corner position

Our RUN defense was not nearly as good this year as it was in 2011. Soap was not a dominate force. Slow coming off blocks. No penetration to disrupt plays.

We need our NT to stuff the run at the line of scrimmage, not get blocked out to allow the RB to get an easy 5 yard gain. Soap has declined.