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  1. doyerfan

    doyerfan MODERATOR Staff Member Moderator

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    At least Daniel is good so he can back some of it up... Enright on the other hand fucking sucks
     
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    Yeah I kind of respect Hudson, I would want someone like Billingsley to say the same thing. Enright was just being mean haha, what was that about.
     
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    No.

    Shit talking our fans and organization on the internet? Acting like a 14 year old? I don't respect that at all and am glad Chud doesn't do that.

    If Chud said something about them in an interview it would be great, but not talking to fans on the internet.
     
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    I don't even know who Enright is.
     
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    haha the minute he started talking shit I sent it to him. and Matty lol
     
  7. BigDaddyKaine

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    I used to be a big time draftnik and used to make my big boards of who I thought were the top 300 to 400 prospects ect...
    The past couple of years I have been taking it easier but still get deep into it by the time the draft rolls around.
    I have a few friends from the other site that I talk to regularly with and we talk draft non stop.
    They are HUGE draftniks that go to extreme lengths into making their own scouting reports of a ton of players.
    They use espn3 to rewatch college football games several times to breakdown players and what not. Also they will download the games if espn3 doesn't have a game that they want to watch.

    As far as the Eagles go in the first round I would expect them to be interested in
    Luke Kuechly, ILB, Boston College
    Vontaze Burfict, ILB, ASU
    Donta Hightower, ILB, Alabama
    Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor
    Michael Floyd, WR, ND
    Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina
    Zach Brown, OLB, UNC
    Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama
    Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama
    Perhaps...
    Michael Brockers, DT, LSU
    Devin Still, DT, Penn State
    Mark Barron, S, Alabama

    Of course they could draft a different player that I didn't list depending on who is available and if they decide to trade up or down.
     
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    Wow thats quite extreme lol. I doubt I'd get into it that deep, but you never know. As for now, I just really check out the top 75 players or so and read various scouting reports and watch game film on youtube.

    I really hope we get Luke Kuechly, but idk if he'll be there at 15 or if they will sign a MIKE in free agency. However if we did, LK would be a perfect fit for the Wide 9 and the defense we use. Definite no to Vontaze though...he seems to have the potential but i wouldnt take a chance earlier than the 3rd round. I wouldnt be opposed to WR if they let Djack walk in which I'd be happy with Wright or Floyd. Doubt we take a CB early or a S, since we invested a 2nd round pick the past two years on a S.

    I really hope we sign Lofton/Tulloch in free agency, then select WR or BPA at 15. Possibly even trade up a few slots and take Quinton Coples, then trade up back into the late 1st and take Mohamed Sanu or one of the WR if they fall. Lots of good depth in this draft so we could also take a WR a little later or a SAM. Its really hard to predict, so i guess we'll just wait till after FA to get a better idea.
     
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    Ditto.
     
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    Luke Kuechly will be there imo, he's an ILB and they tend to not get drafted very high.
    Kuechly would be the better pick over Vontaze for you guys because I don't think the Eagles locker room is strong enough to keep Vontaze in check.
    However, Vontaze could very easily turn out to be not only the best ILB but LB as well. The dude has everything he needs to be great but he has to learn how to keep his emotions in check from getting out of line.

    As far as Quinton Coples, I would never trade up for him.
    Sure he has literally every physical tool that there is but he is lacking one major thing, the motor.
    His motor is horrid, he can be as good as he wants to be but he looks like he just doesn't care.
     
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  12. irish

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    mad props to lincecum
    very classy
     
  13. CapnTreee

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    yeah that was nice of him I'll agree... he can keep the long hair...
     
  14. chris

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    he's still stupid and I hate him but that was nice
     
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    ok mallory
     
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    irish DSP Staff Member Administrator

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    unfortunately, he kept talking...

    Tim Lincecum slims down with swim routine, loses appetite for McDonald’s
    By 'Duk | Big League Stew – 23 hours ago

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    Tim Lincecum has dropped 25 pounds this offseason. (AP)

    Tim Lincecum's bank account may be getting a lot fatter, but the Freak's physique is headed the opposite way. After using 2011 to bulk up in an attempt to gain endurance, Lincecum appeared at the Giants fanfest this past weekend and said he had lost 22 pounds over the winter.

    It's kind of hard to believe that Lincecum had 22 pounds to lose in the first place, though not as hard as believing the pitcher's claim that he weighed close to 200 pounds when taking the mound last season.

    With the added poundage not providing the benefit he thought it might, Lincecum took to using a counter-current pool to get down to around 175 pounds from 197. He also cut down on his famous trips to In-N-Out while eliminating other outlets entirely.

    Bad Ronald!

    "You take your first bite of a McDonald's burger and it's like 'Why did I buy this?'" Lincecum said to reporters. "You feel instantly sick. That's what ended up happening with all these places and why I started eliminating them. I take a bite and I'm like 'I can't even finish this.' So I just started going for stuff that made me feel better. I'm not crushing vegetables by any means, but I'm definitely eating better."

    Lincecum said all of this while wearing a hat for Tacolicious, a San Francisco dining phenomenon that relies on local farmers for their ingredients. So perhaps he really is easing his way past the drive-thru routine of an early 20-something.

    Speaking of tacos, Lincecum also expressed doubt that Brian Wilson really eats Taco Bell despite endorsing it all of last postseason. But just like gordita enthusiast Justin Verlander, the super-fit Wilson said he's been known to make a run for the border.

    "Yeah, I've had Taco Bell," Wilson told Bay Area Sports Guy. "C'mon, I'm human."

    Here's the full video of Lincecum talking about his weight, fast food and tacos. (h/t BASG):

     
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    Is the hoodie up while your indoors a thing that 27 year old guys do in CA? Seems kinda old to be doing the hoodie thing. Kids do it here , too...but it's pretty much a teen/gang banger thing here. HS kids cruisin'... looking to score. Just wondering.
    He's smart...to deny or minimize CK, or the LA/SF rivalry, would be bad business first, and the height of jealous douchebaggery, second. It was nice of him to say, though.
    That being said, unless he is going to sign with us, I hope he loses every game... forever.
     
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    irish DSP Staff Member Administrator

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    well said bz
    well said
     
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    SC_Ed DSP Legend Damned

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    Yeah how many of you guys will still hate that guy when he signs with us in 2 years?
     
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    I don't hate him, I like him lol, and I'll love him then
     
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