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    I think we will see a few undefeateds go down this week




    Alabama-LSU one of them is losing




    Oklahoma- Kansas State - Oklahoma coming off that loss Kstate's stay in the Top 10 wont be long




    Oklahoma State-Baylor- Robert griffin could go off




    Clemson Georgia Tech- Dont know how Clemson will respond to the triple option.Branch doesnt play the run well




    USC Stanford- Stanfords played nobody so far. I could see USC upsetting them


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    Rex Burkhead is a beast.. I think he'll get a chance with someone, with success somewhere in between Alstott and Kuhn.. He might be a tad more legit RB then those 2 though...

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    Man, Zach Browns awesome! Sweet sack/forced fumble...

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    Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

    I wonder how much Money Seth Doege QB Tex Tech got for the fixing of his game against iowa st??? What a loser!

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    Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

    [quote user="Redeyejedi"]

    I think we will see a few undefeateds go down this week




    Alabama-LSU one of them is losing




    Oklahoma- Kansas State - Oklahoma coming off that loss Kstate's stay in the Top 10 wont be long




    Oklahoma State-Baylor- Robert griffin could go off




    Clemson Georgia Tech- Dont know how Clemson will respond to the triple option.Branch doesnt play the run well




    USC Stanford- Stanfords played nobody so far. I could see USC upsetting them

    [/quote] Good call.. There is no real football teams anymore in college.. There all spoiled little brats who have no clue on how to play up to all opposition.. Its so disheartening not knowing what the so called best teams in the country will do week in and week out against even the scrubbiest of opposition.. It definetly dosen't make it fun to me, when a team can lose to Virginia one week, comes back the next and destroys your so called top team... How about Texas Tech???LOL What a freaking bunch of losers! When will they start really checking into FIXING of games? I mean, lets be real, with the way todays youth is, it probably happens 100times a week.. I feel sorry for our countrys future with these kids running the show in 20yrs..lol

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    hahah, watching guys like Russell Wilson and these goofy fake idiots play all day makes me realize how pathetic my favorite sport really has become.. I mean, what is Russell Wilson doing??? Is he Re-arded? My niece whos 5 would make better decisons then that idiots today.. Obviously the dude has got to be in on a FIX, because there is no way in hell, a dude can play that pathetic, and if he can, then they better find a better QB, preferably one who can Wake up and isn't so HO HUM and DUHHHHHH all the time.. God, College football sucks!

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    [quote user="nycsportzfan"]hahah, watching guys like Russell Wilson and these goofy fake idiots play all day makes me realize how pathetic my favorite sport really has become.. I mean, what is Russell Wilson doing??? Is he Re-arded? My niece whos 5 would make better decisons then that idiots today.. Obviously the dude has got to be in on a FIX, because there is no way in hell, a dude can play that pathetic, and if he can, then they better find a better QB, preferably one who can Wake up and isn't so HO HUM and DUHHHHHH all the time.. God, College football sucks!
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    You've got me really wishing I had the TT game in my area.

    However, I did get to see Wilson play and left thinking maybe he was sick or something. He looked way off.



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    [quote user="BlueSanta"][quote user="nycsportzfan"]hahah, watching guys like Russell Wilson and these goofy fake idiots play all day makes me realize how pathetic my favorite sport really has become.. I mean, what is Russell Wilson doing??? Is he Re-arded? My niece whos 5 would make better decisons then that idiots today.. Obviously the dude has got to be in on a FIX, because there is no way in hell, a dude can play that pathetic, and if he can, then they better find a better QB, preferably one who can Wake up and isn't so HO HUM and DUHHHHHH all the time.. God, College football sucks!
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    You've got me really wishing I had the TT game in my area.

    However, I did get to see Wilson play and left thinking maybe he was sick or something. He looked way off.


    [/quote] After yesterday, i'm fully convinced College football needs to investigate FIXING GAMES.. It just dosen't make sense at all.. And i've heard more then any other yr from tons and tons and tons of people that the belief of FIXING games is real and is a problem in college football... Of course, people like to act like its just something that woulden't happen, but if u watch these games, its litteraly the only explenation.. Sometimes its just to obvious, in my opinion.. Of course i could be wrong, but i would feel i was being way to nieve to think that... Russell Wilson looked as if he just simply didn't care, and if u seen Seth Doege of Tex Tech playing, you would almost wonder why he isnt a cheerleader, instead of a football player.. Everything he did was mind-boggling and made no sense, and i've seen him play before, and i promise he coulden't play that bad unless he was trying.. THey scored 1td at home against Iowa ST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!lol

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    My power went out missed all the games.saw the first half of the nb msu game

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    [quote user="Redeyejedi"]My power went out missed all the games.saw the first half of the nb msu game[/quote] I was disspointed in this weekends games.. I wanted to see a bit of crisp ball, and felt i didn't get that much at all.. Oh well, i'm over it..

    Anyhow, its time for the Weekly Mock.. Its been 2wks because of the BYE, and all though we WON, i sure didn't feel like that for much of the afternoon, and again, there is a lot that needs working out.. I will say, unless the GIANTS go like 7-2 , they should start fresh with coaches next yr.. Its just time... We need to start with a fresh regime.. I'm really impressed with Rob Chudzinski OC Panthers.. Just a new name i am throwing out there from the assistant ranks.. Hes done great with CAM, and mixing Run with Pass, and really exelerating the learning curve for Cam... I like a few others, but hes now on my radar to go with Brian Van Gorder DC Falcons, Clarence Shelmon OC Chargers, Bill O'brien OC Pats, Mike Zimmer DC Bengals, and Kirk Ferentz HC Iowa... I would take Bill Cowher, but wonder if the Money is gonna be worth it.. I say take a shot on a young OC or Ferentz(hes a really good coach!), and lets go..

    Anyways, i'm saying were picking 26th this week, as i think we'd move up a slot on NO, and were 25th as of now... I'm giving us a 4th round Comp pick this week, because we should get one for either boss or cofield.. I will not add the other, because i really don't know if we'll get 2 or not..

    1. Michael Brewster C Ohio St- I'm really beggining to think this guy would be the smart pick.. We gotta get better at running between the Guards and Center, and Baas can go back to G or whatever, or Decastro is another option.. I just Think Brewster would really make our Run Game better in the middle...

    2. Chris Polk RB Washington- I know we need some defense, but in this mock i'm hoping guys like TT, Goff, Austin, and Amukumura are some key additions to the new season, along with another yr under the belts of guys like Joseph, JPP, and Jaquian WIlliams.. Jacobs is talking about being outta here after this yr(see ya!), and we could use the upgrade anyways, as i said we gotta get better in the wear and tear, up the gut run game... Polk can catch some as well.. Hes a tough runner...

    3. Markelle Martin S Oklahoma St- We need some speed in the secondary, and Martin has that with a nice ability in the run game(which giants love) and he can cover.. He hasen't made a ton of huge game changing plays, but hes defended enough passes(ESPN records have 7) and he can lay the lumber... Martin has a nice overall skill set, with speed, which our secondary can use a shot of..Deon Grant is terrible, and who knows about Chad Jones?

    4. Derek Wolfe DT Cincy- a playmaker at the DT positon... Could use one more DT for the rotation to go with Austin and Joseph going forward...

    4(comp) Cameron Chism CB Maryland- I've been follwing him for a couple yrs now, and Chism has a nice skill set with size, speed and some ball skills... I think he could develop into a quality starter or nice depth.. Chism reminds me of a Giant CB..

    5. B.J Cunningham WR Michigan St- A really solid player with quality size and nice resume.. Not a total burner, but can get deep, and has quality hands.. Has been huge part of the success State has had over past couple yrs and seems to have the "it" factor and with Mario Mannihgams future unknown and Barden being so injury prone, its not such a bad idea adding a player at the postion...

    6. Chandler Harnish QB No Illinois- Just a developmental QB to take a chance on.. Harnish has done wonders for No Illinois, and can use his feet as well as his arm.. Kinda a similar player to a Tony Romo(lets hope not with the choke jean..lol)...

    7. Phillip Lutzkerchin TE Auburn- Looks like a good old "football player".. Could iron out niche as 2nd TE in a 2 TE set and find a niche on the right team.. Lutzenkirchen is the type of player u look up one day, and say, "wow, hes been in league 7yrs all ready?"..lol A quality 7th rounder..

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