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rainierjef
02-18-2012, 08:58 PM
" to me the depressing part of winning the superbowl is the pick order we get."

Kinda pisses me off we won't get a shot at Iowa receiver #7 Mcnutt.

this kid is hakeem nicks part 2. can play all receiver spots, has big hands, can take a hit or bounce off one and once the burners are on its hard to close in on him. hes not a low 4's 40 runner but the kid has sneaky speed.

which players you know we wont get a shot at piss you off?

Aye redeye can i get some more tape on him please?

Voldamort
02-18-2012, 09:19 PM
when Jerry trades out of the first round or Osi is traded they will have 3 2's to pick!

888888
02-18-2012, 09:49 PM
In Jerry we trust.. Come on Boss.. keep our future bright!!

Neverend
02-18-2012, 09:52 PM
Eh, dunno if Mcnutt is a great comparison for Nicks. I can see some similarities. He's very polished as a route runner like Nicks coming out. However, Mcnutt is a bit of a stiff receiver kind of like Sidney rice coming out a couple of years ago. And I don't believe he has the burst down the field and in his cuts that Nicks does.

Lets remember, Nicks is a guy who 99.9% of the time catches the ball with his hands out of the air. Sanu or Alshon Jeffery is more comparable to Nicks in that aspect than Mcnutt who isn't really a guy who always catches the ball away from his body, if he rarely does at all save for a few career highlights

rainierjef
02-18-2012, 10:55 PM
Eh, dunno if Mcnutt is a great comparison for Nicks. I can see some similarities. He's very polished as a route runner like Nicks coming out. However, Mcnutt is a bit of a stiff receiver kind of like Sidney rice coming out a couple of years ago. And I don't believe he has the burst down the field and in his cuts that Nicks does.

Lets remember, Nicks is a guy who 99.9% of the time catches the ball with his hands out of the air. Sanu or Alshon Jeffery is more comparable to Nicks in that aspect than Mcnutt who isn't really a guy who always catches the ball away from his body, if he rarely does at all save for a few career highlights

fair assesment only tape i had to go off of was the one in the film room thread and a couple off youtube but you cant deny he would be great for us at 64 even with mario staying.

give E-10 more missiles :)

Shockeyitus
02-19-2012, 01:07 PM
McNutt at 64? No Way! Way too early to grab a guy like McNutt. More like round 4.

vinnie_vegas69
02-19-2012, 02:00 PM
when Jerry trades out of the first round <font size="6">or</font> Osi is traded they will have 3 2's to pick!

The "or" implies that receive two 2nd rounders in either trade scenario... We're definitely not going to get two 2nds for trading down from #32.

If we traded Osi we could potentially get two 2nds, but they wouldn't likely be both this year, considering that at this stage, the only teams that have two 2012 2nd round picks are New England and Philly... I don't think we'll be trading with either of those teams.

It could theoretically happen, but it's a massive longshot.

gmen0820
02-19-2012, 02:11 PM
It could theoretically happen, but it's a massive longshot.
We could also theoretically trade up for Andrew Luck, but it's a massive longshot.

buddy33
02-20-2012, 05:55 PM
There are great players in all the rounds. It is just a matter of finding them. Some guys don't get drafted and become great players. Again, it is a matter of finding them.

Reese is a good at evaluating talent.

Iowa Giant
02-21-2012, 10:28 AM
Eh, dunno if Mcnutt is a great comparison for Nicks. I can see some similarities. He's very polished as a route runner like Nicks coming out. However, Mcnutt is a bit of a stiff receiver kind of like Sidney rice coming out a couple of years ago. And I don't believe he has the burst down the field and in his cuts that Nicks does.

Lets remember, Nicks is a guy who 99.9% of the time catches the ball with his hands out of the air. Sanu or Alshon Jeffery is more comparable to Nicks in that aspect than Mcnutt who isn't really a guy who always catches the ball away from his body, if he rarely does at all save for a few career highlightsAs a guy who watched every snap of McNutt's career at Iowa, I find a lot to disagree with here.

1. His route running needs quite a bit of work. He has only been playing WR for 3 years(and managed to rewrite the record books at Iowa in that time).

2. He is actually more consistent when catching the ball away from his body. A LOT of circus catches/jump balls where he takes the ball away from the DB. Where he had trouble was bringing in the "easy" passes. He gets his eyes downfield before he secures the pass.

3. Speed I agree with. He's so-so in this dept.

critters
02-21-2012, 11:19 AM
Does our first pick count?

Trent Richardson
Justin Blackmon
Courtney Upshaw

Raptor22
02-21-2012, 11:30 AM
How do you know who we'll miss out on, or how good they'll be?

Look pissed everyone was that we "Missed Out" on Rolando McClain, and had to settle for JPP.

Right now, I'd be WAY more pissed if Oakland took JPP and we "lucked" into McClain, or if San Fran took Nicks and we "lucked" into Crabtree.

critters
02-21-2012, 12:07 PM
How do you know who we'll miss out on, or how good they'll be?

Look pissed everyone was that we "Missed Out" on Rolando McClain, and had to settle for JPP.

Right now, I'd be WAY more pissed if Oakland took JPP and we "lucked" into McClain, or if San Fran took Nicks and we "lucked" into Crabtree.





Perhaps he's referring to players he likes. We all know that any player can turn out to be great or be a bust. Some of us still enjoy discussing players we really like before their NFL career starts and guys that we would like to see in Blue.

2178
02-21-2012, 06:05 PM
I will gladly pick last in each round. Means we won the SB :-)

Kruunch
02-22-2012, 10:14 AM
" to me the depressing part of winning the superbowl is the pick order we get."

Kinda pisses me off we won't get a shot at Iowa receiver #7 Mcnutt.

this kid is hakeem nicks part 2. can play all receiver spots, has big hands, can take a hit or bounce off one and once the burners are on its hard to close in on him. hes not a low 4's 40 runner but the kid has sneaky speed.

which players you know we wont get a shot at piss you off?

Aye redeye can i get some more tape on him please?


McNutt is a 4th or 5th round talent.

He's also not remotely in Nicks' level of competition. You sure you're not thinking of Sanu from Rutgers?

McNutt is more like Amani Toomer (in latter years) ... possession type receiver with great ball skills and a good build. Not particularly fast and has trouble getting open on routes.

I like the kid, but I think you're over hyping him a bit.

Giants Of New Jersey
02-22-2012, 10:28 AM
we will get a shot at him, probably 3 times ...my guess is that we dont take him at all

Giants Of New Jersey
02-22-2012, 10:28 AM
Does our first pick count?

Trent Richardson
Justin Blackmon
Courtney Upshaw


none of them will be around at 32, not even close

critters
02-22-2012, 11:50 AM
Does our first pick count?

Trent Richardson
Justin Blackmon
Courtney Upshaw


none of them will be around at 32, not even close

Wasn't that the point of this thread?

Giants Of New Jersey
02-23-2012, 12:04 AM
Does our first pick count?

Trent Richardson
Justin Blackmon
Courtney Upshaw


none of them will be around at 32, not even close

Wasn't that the point of this thread?


what was the point of saying does our first pick count and then naming players who are top 15 picks?