Discussion in 'Football, Baseball, and Hockey' started by TheeTFD, Jan 3, 2014.
I side with Beer.
Run for 3yd, Pass for 4yd, 3rd down incomplete and punt.
Have you guys ever heard of Joey Harrington? Be grateful.
Stafford is going to have a great year. The Lions changed coaches and just need to stay healthy and acquire one more receiver.
I DO think the NFC will be tough this year.
Seahawks, 49ers, Panthers, ( yikes that's the Eagles schedule) . Add in the Eagles? and Lions?
I actually agree with you. I don't think offense will be an issue for Detroit. They will put up some big numbers.
Looking forward to some predictions for this season...
today...I see 6-10...could change later though.
I'm feeling a Super Bowl.
Shut it, Bill.
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Love the optimism...
I'd settle for 15-5
Don't need Stafford any more...
Lions sign Orlovsky as backup QB - Yahoo Sports
All in favor of trading up in this draft please excuse yourself from this thread !
Agreed...don't need any of the flash...just some good old fashioned substance.
You want to trade down to get some more picks?
You've got to look at the board. See who is gone. See who remains. Think what the likelihood coveted players will remain when it's your turn if you move.
According to the draft value chart, the Lions pick at number 10 is valued so high that if they were to move down to only the 14th spot, they would get number 14's first round pick AND their third round pick!
I don't know that they have the money to sign draft picks.
200 pts. would be the #78 - according to this site.
Draft Value Chart — FootballPerspective.com
You can't be afraid to reach for the body you need.
Exactly right. #78 would be #14's third round pick.
The Eagles have reached twice in the first round In my recent memory. Once was fair and once was bad when they reached a few spots for Michigan's Brandon Grahm passing on stud Jason Paul Pierre. The Redskins gave up tons for RG3. The jury is still out. You better be damned sure if you're going to play around with your first round pick.
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I remember the '70s when Detroit was on the outside looking at Dallas' "Blesto"[sp]
computer. Dallas was regular in the playoffs and Detroit was envious. Some how
we got in. It sounds to me Xanders just gave the [draft group] a set of networked laptops so everyone is on the same page. Which begs the question, who's in the draft group ?
Bill Ford, Lewand, Mayhew, Caldwell, Austin and Lombardi...?
Separate names with a comma.