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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    Nothing like drafting a guy in the first to sit on the bench for at least 2 years
    If you are talking about Lewan at #12 he isn't sitting down for any our mediocre tackles.

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    Hill ahead of Brown and I think hyno ahead of conner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    Edit: added Reynolds and Bowman to the list, as they have a statistically possible chance of making it.

    FA pickups in bold.

    QB: Manning, Painter, Nassib
    RB: Jennings, Wilson, Hillis, Cox
    FB: Conner, Hynoski
    WR: Cruz, Randle, Jernigan, Manningham, Holliday (KR)
    TE: Donnell, Robinson
    OT: Beatty, Pugh, C.Brown
    OG: Schwartz, Snee, Jerry, Mosley, (Brewer)
    C: Walton, Reynolds

    DE: JPP, Ayers, Kiwi, Moore
    DT: Jenkins, Hankins, Patterson, Kuhn
    OLB: McClain, Paysinger, Williams, Bradford
    MLB: Beason, Herzlich
    CB: Prince, DRC, Thurmond, McBride, Hosley, C.James, Bowman
    S: Rolle, Stevie, Hill, Taylor, Demps (PR)
    Thanks for doing this. Interesting. This is 52 men. Plus K, DeOssie, Weatherford = 55. Plus 7 draft picks = 62. That means 9 must be cut (plus there will be UDFAs and a camp body or 2 could impress. Not bad considering the number of FAs the giants had...I think the final 53 will look real nice on paper

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Men Surg. View Post
    So that's practically a full depth chart. I guess Mr. Reese is going to skip the draft after all.
    Seems like he's done it in the past, OOPS….

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    QB: Manning, Painter, Nassib
    RB: Jennings, Wilson, Hillis, Cox
    FB: Conner, Hynoski
    WR: Cruz, Randle, Jernigan, Manningham, Holliday (KR)
    TE: Donnell, Robinson
    OT: Beatty, Pugh, C.Brown
    OG: Schwartz, Snee, Jerry, Mosley, (Brewer)
    C: Walton, Reynolds

    DE: JPP, Ayers, Kiwi, Moore
    DT: Jenkins, Hankins, Patterson, Kuhn
    OLB: McClain, Paysinger, Williams, Bradford
    MLB: Beason, Herzlich
    CB: Prince, DRC, Thurmond, McBride, Hosley, C.James, Bowman
    S: Rolle, Stevie, Hill, Taylor, Demps (PR)

    K: Brown
    P: Watherford
    LS: De Ossie

    Reckon strikethroughs are most in risk of lsing job to Rookies and camp bodies

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    Quote Originally Posted by BleedingBlue123 View Post
    If you are talking about Lewan at #12 he isn't sitting down for any our mediocre tackles.
    Uh, yeah he will. Money talks and the money says Beatty isn't losing his starting job or moving to RT so a rookie OT who has personal/off-field issues up the wazoo can start. Oh and Pugh isn't sitting on the bench or moving to Guard. They didn't re-sign Snee and sign John Jerry so that Lewan can start at RT and Pugh can move to Guard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krusty View Post
    QB: Manning, Painter, Nassib
    RB: Jennings, Wilson, Hillis, Cox
    FB: Conner, Hynoski
    WR: Cruz, Randle, Jernigan, Manningham, Holliday (KR)
    TE: Donnell, Robinson
    OT: Beatty, Pugh, C.Brown
    OG: Schwartz, Snee, Jerry, Mosley, (Brewer)
    C: Walton, Reynolds

    DE: JPP, Ayers, Kiwi, Moore
    DT: Jenkins, Hankins, Patterson, Kuhn
    OLB: McClain, Paysinger, Williams, Bradford
    MLB: Beason, Herzlich
    CB: Prince, DRC, Thurmond, McBride, Hosley, C.James, Bowman
    S: Rolle, Stevie, Hill, Taylor, Demps (PR)

    K: Brown
    P: Watherford
    LS: De Ossie

    Reckon strikethroughs are most in risk of lsing job to Rookies and camp bodies
    Only one I disagree with there is James. I think he's proven his value to the team, even if only as a special teamer. If anything, it might be Hosley's job that's in danger if he doesn't show us anything this offseason.

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    I think you might be right but Reese doesn't usually abandon draft picks after 2 seasons

    Bowman I think was signed primarily for ST so he may replace James' workload

    Very crowded backfield and that's before draft

    Other canditates for chop include 1 of Conner or Hynoski, Mosley and Brewer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krusty View Post
    I think you might be right but Reese doesn't usually abandon draft picks after 2 seasons

    Bowman I think was signed primarily for ST so he may replace James' workload

    Very crowded backfield and that's before draft

    Other canditates for chop include 1 of Conner or Hynoski, Mosley and Brewer
    I think Brewer is gone (Mosley has shown some promise as a backup though), and the Conner/Hyno will basically be an open competition...

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    I dont think both Demps and Holliday make it. One is strictly a PR and the other a KR. thats 2 roster spots for very little return. Demps has more experience on D so he might have a better chance. Holliday has done nothing as a WR is his career. both signed 1 yr minimum deals so no guarantee they make the roster and can be cut.

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