Re: Eugene Lockhart (On Trial)
posted at 3/25/2011 3:03 PM EDT
Is this the same guy who doesn't know how to build a team that barely is better than .500?
Maroney was a cheap 1st rd bust and BB's only bust. Watson does not quality as a bust, but a disappointment. Watson started on many a good Pats teams.
The Jets corner the market on blowing the draft and have for 2 decades. Your team is like a blind squirrel, stumbling across a nut once in a while.
You do a dance when this happens, Pats fans EXPECT to hit on 1st rounders.
Your team has TWO busts in the last 10 years in the top 10. Christ, I may even be forgetting one.
Sanchez is not even All Pro. He went 4th overall.
Is that a bust? Not yet. "Yet" being the key word there. When you take someone in the top 5, you better be getting All Pro material.
Starting on a SB team, regardless of where you were drafted, means you were good enough to start on that team.
Is this really that hard for you? Do you think you were dropped more than once as a baby?
Also, what is a "doosey"? Is that the name of your adult toy?
Phat Rex exposed:
Guess who the Packers took with one of those picks? Guess what? THAT GUY CAUGHT THEiR GAME WINNING TD IN THIS YEAR'S SB.
You have taken an absolute beating here today. Might be your worst week yet.
The New York Jets sent a 2nd and 4th round picks to the Green Bay Packers to move back into the 1st round.
The Jets used the 29th pick on Purdue h-back Dustin Keller, a converted wide receiver who may or may not have seen a blocking sled during his career.
Keller enjoyed a meteoric rise up NFL draft boards after a scintillating workout at the Combine in February, and supplanted USC's Fred Davis as the top tight end in the minds of many draftniks. Keller is useless playing on the line, and I expect the Jets to use him much in the same manner as Indianapolis uses Dallas Clark.
"who may or may not have seen a blocking sled "
We get ours in Round 4 and we don't toss picks to do it, especially valued WRs who actually help a team win a SB.
Get it yet, skippy?