while our QB Situation is not what you'd call powerful, though i love penny, hopefully he can be a good mentor and locker-room influence. nobody seems to think FS is a big need but Abram Elam can't be out solution....i liked what a saw from him but he's a solid back up at best. i really love kenny phillips from miami and i think him paired with kerry rhodes, along with revis brings us a strong secondary........i just can't think of a trade scenario that would put us in the middle of the first round to draft phillips
[QUOTE=RidgeJetsFan;2441546]For you to please change your username.
i get a lot of Sh1t for my love of chad pennington from my friends.....but its a misnderstood love, i know pennington is not the best answer for our team and to be honest i like what i saw from clemons last season with another off season of polish i think he could be our guy. i like pennington as a player and i wish the best for him...just somewhere else, i think if he were to play in say baltimore he would be one of the best game managers the league has seen in a long time. thats what i want a penny trade to baltimore good line and a very powerfuly run game perfect for playaction haha sorry for the rant but i really want penny to be good again just not with us haha.....also if clemons struggles even his haters have to agree pennington is a servicable backup to say the least
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Cromartie is an athletic phenom, but it would be wasteful at #6 most likely.[/QUOTE]
i love cromartie and would love to have him opposite revis, his draft value has fluctuated so much though is he a better corner then leonidas mclevin, or are people falling in love with him for his athletic ability and potential?......he went to a small school didnt he? DII i think
LEt it go, LET IT GO: The cold never bothered me anyway
[QUOTE=Penningtology101;2441606]i love cromartie and would love to have him opposite revis, his draft value has fluctuated so much though is he a better corner then leonidas mclevin, or are people falling in love with him for his athletic ability and potential?......he went to a small school didnt he? DII i think[/QUOTE]
The highest on anyones draft board that ive seen him is at #10. Even there seems like kind of a reach for the # 6 pick.
Trading back can be risky too, because he is all over the board..(from #10- top of 2nd round).
6'1 183:eek: Tennessee St.