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Monday, November 19, 2012

Rutgers Moves to the Big Ten

I became a Rutgers fan roughly six years ago.  I was probably inclined to cheer for them before that but it was one particular night that I became a true fan.  That was the night that Rutgers defeated the #3 ranked Louisville Cardinals.  I was at a sports bar in Manhattan, where I’d moved about 18 months prior, when Jeremy Ito (The Judge) kicked the game winning field goal and the excitement in the bar was immense but when I walked outside to see the Empire State Building lit up in Scarlet Red and saw people running through the streets of NYC cheering like the Yankees just won another World Series was amazing.  It was that moment that got me hooked.


I grew up in Southern New Jersey and played football for roughly 13 years before hanging up my cleats in favor of rowing boats in college.  I graduated High School in 2001 and had friends who went to play “big-time” football before and after my time.  One thing that I never realized until I look back on it now is that big time football never meant Rutgers.  Often in South Jersey schools were measured against Penn State.  Joe Pa might have a cult like following in the backwoods of Pennsylvania but he might as well have been outsourcing those jobs to South Jersey for decades. 

Sometimes I find it amazing that people are legitimately excited about going to play football in places like South Bend Indiana or Ohio, Alabama, Mississippi, and yes even the middle of nowhere Pennsylvania when they could stay home or go to relatively much nicer locales with different scholarship offers.  Most people tend to have some degree of pride in their homestate.  At least people who make good football players probably have enough self-confidence to feel that their surroundings played some part in shaping their better than average abilities.  Which explains why states with big football playing populations have good college programs (California, Texas, and Florida).  However, when I was in high school and started thinking about playing sports in College it never even occurred to me that I could play big time football in New Jersey. Rutgers didn’t even register.  Furthermore I don’t even think they were recruiting my school or area.  Schools like Michigan State, West Virginia, Syracuse, Iowa, and even West Point sent delegations in to talk about recruiting but I don’t remember anyone so much as getting a letter from Rutgers.  Given the number of athletes that I played with who did go on to play in college it’s dually surprising given how Rutgers was doing at the time.  It would make sense that they would look for all the football talent they could find in their home state.

After graduating from Yale and moving to New York City I was somewhat lost as a College Football fan.  I guess I'd always enjoyed cheering for Florida State for no particular reason and in 2005 there weren't many people who didn't enjoy watching USC dominate.  As a New Jersey guy and a New York City resident it was easy to fall for the gritty local team just 30 minutes from my door.  It was clear that they were vastly improved from my days as a potential recruit and almost didn't even resemble the same outfit as before.  This was a different Rutgers.

Rutgers sits in a veritable sports hotbed.  Football is huge in New Jersey and is vastly underrated on a national scale.  I noted above that Florida, Texas, and California are the elite sources of top football talent but New Jersey, I'd argue sits just after them with states like Ohio, Georgia, Louisiana, and Alabama.  When you consider that Rutgers is 30 minutes from NYC and 45 minutes from Philly, that landscape also improves dramatically.  Until about 5 years ago that recruiting area was fertile ground for just about everyone but Rutgers.  While that has changed significantly as of late, it can still improved even more.  This is meant mainly to discuss my fandom or Rutgers Football but the potential for the Hoops team might be even bigger.  I feel like Coach Rice has the basketball team now where the football team was in 2004 or 2005.  They have some talent and there is a $60m development project in Hoops facilities so the future is bright for the team but it's still a few years away.  

What all of this means is that with an impending move to the Big Ten, things are only going to keep improving for Rutgers.  I've been a fan for 6 years and have never been more excited about the future of Rutgers Football and Basketball.  


This is an article I've been meaning to write for about 10 months now.  After Greg Schiano left, I was nervous but had high hopes and wanted to express my continued support and optimism for the school.  During the Penn State scandal and sanctions I wanted to elaborate on what it would mean for Rutgers as their main "local" recruiting rival was weakened while other local teams such as UConn, Boston College, Syracuse, and Maryland were also all suffering from extended poor play.  Now after six years of watching Rutgers and seeing them panned on a national scale it feels good to see such a leader in the area of Collegiate Athletics as Jim Delany vindicate everything I'd been feeling.  How a school with great academics, in a fertile recruiting ground, sitting in the nations top TV market of NYC and next to the number four market in Philadelphia could build a program to become a national power.  

Now as the Big Ten funds start to roll in (a reported $25m per school in 2011 vs. the $6m Big East payout) I expect Rutgers to perform even better in recruiting.  The increase in revenue will directly impact increased exposure, increased clout, and improved facilities.  All of this will directly impact and improve recruiting which is already on par with everyone in the Big Ten save Michigan and Ohio State.  At that point it's just a matter of winning on the field.  As the results on the field and the excitement of the product so will the fan support in the region (Philly, NJ, and NYC) which will also in turn improve recruiting.  I anticipate this resulting in Rutgers being able to regular pull in Top 25 ranked classes if not better.  All of that means that as teams come together, Rutgers should find themselves more often than not in the hunt to win Big Ten league championships.

All in all it's a great day for Rutgers.  I am just as excited today for a potential Big East championship and a shot at the Orange Bowl as I am for the continued development of the Football and Basketball teams.  The future is very bright as they exit the Big East and look to set a new precedent in the Big Ten.  Huge thanks to Greg Schiano the architect of Rutgers Football legitimacy, Tim Pernetti the AD with a vision and a plan to achieve it, all the great players who were proud to be Scarlet Knights and played their hearts out for the fans that bELieved in them, and finally Coach Kyle Flood for keeping everyone's eye on the ball over the eventful last year.  Rutgers was 1-0 this week.



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Monday, August 20, 2012

2012 Wide Receivers to Draft


Getting this close to the NFL season means only one thing, Fantasy Football drafts.  As a service to you, dear reader, I am going to be creating a few lists of who I think will be able to help win you some fantasy games this season.  That isn't to say that these guys are the only guys you should draft, but rather guys who I think will be more valuable to own than those being drafted around or perhaps just before them.  Basically I think that there are some underlying factors causing the market to undervalue their fantasy potential in this upcoming season.  

Today we kick things off with the Wide Receivers.  I am just working off of ESPN's Top 200 list and checking off the guys who I think should be ranked higher.  I'll also note why I like some of them as we go.


-Roddy White
-Mike Wallace
Rumor has it that he will be in camp starting this week and given his clear connection with Roethlisberger last year I think there is no reason to doubt that he can't repeat that performance.  When you consider the addition of Todd Hailey, who has favored a #1 WR in the past, I think Wallace has the potential for a huge season.

-AJ Green
Green lit it up in his Rookie year and I think he and Dalton feel like they have something left to prove despite a solid first year together.  Without any new offensive weapons to worry about competing for touches look for Green to further establish himself as the next bigtime WR in the NFL.

-Julio Jones
Jones had a solid performance in his rookie year but was competing with the number 1 guy on our list for touches.  While he'll still have limited touches due to White, Jones is going to breakout this season because defenses will be forced to choose between one of the two stud WRs plus his improved understanding of the offense and connection with QB Matt Ryan.
-Brandon Marshall
Marshall is back with QB Jay Cutler who helped Marshall establish himself as a top flight #1 WR in the NFL and I expect much more of that to happen now that they are a little more seasoned and reunited in Chicago.

-Marques Colston
-Brandon Loyd
Lloyd had a great year two seasons ago before going to St. Louis where he suffered from playing on the Rams.  Despite being in a super crowded offense, being the only true WR playing in a Tom Brady led offense should help anyone's numbers.  If he comes anywhere close to his numbers from 2010 he'll be a huge value.

-Miles Austin
-Percy Harvin
Harvin is THE ONLY offensive weapon on the Vikings right now.  Seriously, Toby Gerhart and Jerome Simpson aren't scaring anyone.  Harvin is going to get the ball a thousand times this season and if he stays healthy should have a monster year.  
-Jeremy Maclin
Maclin is healthy this year and that is important.  He played okay fantasy wise last season but was coming off a terrible off-season where he suffered from a mysterious illness that prevented him from doing any kind of workout.  You can see it took him nearly the first three quarters of the season to catch up as he really turned it on over the final few weeks.  There is no reason that production can't continue right where it left off.
-Steve Johnson
Johnson is far and away Ryan Fitzpatrick's favorite target.  He has all the skill needed to be a top WR and if the Bills offense can get back to peak form like it did a few times last year I think Johnson can easily be a top 10 fantasy WR

-Demaryius Thomas
Thomas went from catching passes from his Fullback to Peyton Manning.  Yes, I think his numbers should improve a bit.

-Pierre Garcon
-Denarius Moore
-Kenny Britt
Britt was headed for a monster season last year before injury derailed his season.  Then arrest after arrest caused Goodell to take notice and we can expect him to get at least a game suspension if not more.  I realize that those are some pretty giant red flags but he's being drafted in the 60s right now and if comes back healthy even in the third week, he will automatically be a very high WR2.
-Reggie Wayne
Reggie Wayne is going to be Andrew Luck's new best friend.  I expect Wayne to see a small resurgence after what was essentially a lost year for everyone in Indy last season.  Through two preseason games, Luck looks like the real deal. 

-Justin Blackmon
Blackmon dominated college football for the past two years and taking this guy somewhere after the 100th pick is a no brainer despite potential disciplinary action and questionable QB play.  
-Brandon LaFell
I know he's an LSU wide receiver and the NFL waiver wire is full of "stud" LSU wide receivers but I think he can really take off this year especially if Cam Newton continues to blaze a trail of awesome across the league.


These guys will give you more bang for your buck on draft day so if they still hanging around when you are up, feel free to draft them and enjoy all the extra points they'll be scoring for your team this season.

Runningbacks are coming tomorrow!



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Thursday, August 16, 2012

It's Almost Time for Football!

It's been too long.  Seriously, I feel like I haven't watched or really thought about Football that much in like YEARS.  Well weeks really.  That's of course save for the occasional daily checking in on a few camps through detailed reports from people who more often than not get paid to write about sports.  Nerds.

But here I am tonight watching preseason football, like a champ, and TOTALLY loving it.  Like it never abandoned me for months at a time.  And who would go out there and score but Mohamed Sanu.  Out of?  You guessed it, Rutgers.  


Anyway, I'm writing this little note to let you know that I'm going to start writing some fantasy football previews over the next two weeks.  I don't want to make a list of a TK's Top 200 or anything like that but I will go through position by position and list who I think will be the most valuable players.  That is guys who will outperform their current draft position for one reason or another.  If I'm right about guys like that and you draft them on your team, you will win many games.  While this isn't much of a secret I feel like I should just say it because maybe there are some beginners out there just DYING to figure out how to make this whole fantasy football thing work.  The trick is getting the most value out of your players.  (polite pause so you can gather your mind grapes)  That is getting guys who score points at a rate that is better than what their draft position would lead you to believe.  

Don't get me wrong, guys like Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers are valuable players.  However, let's say you wait until the third or fourth round and take Mike Vick and he ends up putting up nearly the same amount of points as those guys over the course of the season.  Well then you just found yourself an undervalued asset in Mike Vick and are well on your way to winning some fantasy football games.  

Next up Wide Receivers you should be interested in drafting.


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Friday, July 6, 2012

Map of College Football's Home Stadiums


What is that awesome looking map of America there?  Oh it's a map to the home stadium of every Division 1 College Football team.  Now you can figure out distances for road games, decide out just how far away you can actually stand to move from your team, or stalk recruits* as they take visits into enemy territory for what are certainly NCAA violations.

The picture above is static so to really zoom in on your favorite stadiums you can check out that link above or this handy embedded map below.  


View College Football Stadiums in a larger map

Enjoy!

*don't do that


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Friday, April 27, 2012

2nd Round NFL Mock Draft 2012

Stephen Hill can play at any altitude

Now that the 1st Round divas are all off the board it's time to start drafting some football players.  Who's with me?  Here is SKOHRboard's best guess at what we could see happen in the 2nd Round.

33 - Rams - Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech 
34 - Colts - Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford 
35 - Ravens - Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama 
36 - Broncos - Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin 
37 - Browns - Cordy Glenn, OG, Georgia 
38 - Jaguars - Amini Silatolu, OG, Midwestern State 
39 - Rams - Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State 
40 - Panthers - Rueben Randle, WR, LSU 
41 - Bills - Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford 
42 - Dolphins - Andre Branch, DE, Clemson 
43 - Seahawks - Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska 
44 - Chiefs - Zach Brown, LB, UNC 
45 - Rams - Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State 

Bobby Wagner leveling a Cowpoke
46 - Eagles - Bobby Wagner, LB, Utah State 
47 - Jets - Alameda Ta'amu, DT, Washington 
48 - Patriots - Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers 
49 - Chargers - Bobbie Massie, OT, Mississippi 
50 - Bears - Kelechi Osemele, OG, Iowa State 
51 - Eagles - Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia 
52 - Titans - Devon Still, DT, Penn State 
53 - Bengals - Ben Jones, OG, Georgia 
54 - Lions - Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama 
55 - Falcons - Orson Charles, TE, Georgia 
56 - Steelers - Brandon Thompson, DE, Clemson 
57 - Broncos - Lamar Miller, RB, Miami 
58 - Texans - Devon Wylie, WR, Fresno State 
-- - Saints - Steve-O - Brett Farve's bad ankle in 2010 
59 - Packers - Josh Robinson, CB, Central Florida 
60 - Ravens - Jamell Fleming, CB, Oklahoma 
61 - 49ers - Ronnell Lewis, LB, Oklahoma 
62 - Patriots - Markelle Martin, S, Oklahoma State 
63 - Giants - Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall


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Thursday, April 26, 2012

SKOHRboard's 2012 NFL Mock Draft Picks 60-63

It's NFL Draft Day! Tonight at 8pm the real draft kicks off so go enjoy it.  Before that though SKOHRboard is coming at ya with our final installment of the SKOHRboard & Friends 2012 NFL Mock draft.  Please let us know what you think of the picks, how our GMs have fared for each team and what you would have done in a similar position.  The full rundown of every pick from both rounds is below.

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Round 2 Pick 28 (60): Baltimore Ravens select Ronnell Lewis, OLB, Oklahoma 
The Ravens worked to shore up their center position in the first round, and Ozzie Newsome has been pretty clear that his top priority is to improve the left guard position. That's great and all, but Ozzie isn't welcome in my war room. What the Ravens need is a hybrid linebacker that they can move all over the field and create matchup nightmares, just like they used to do with Adalius Thomas. Lewis had the best shuttle time and the best bench press results for his position at the Combine, so you know he is a great athlete. He played as a Mike, a Sam, and a rush defensive end in college; he played 8-man football in high school, lining up in the secondary, linebacker, and running back positions. Most importantly, he was productive in college, proving to have exceptional skills shedding blocks and finishing tackles. He is also a guy who can stay on the field all three downs. Sergio Kindle was supposed to be the answer at OLB after he fell to the Ravens, but when a talent like Lewis falls into your lap, you need to pull the trigger. - Justin!!!

Round 2 Pick 39 (61): San Fransisco Forty Niners select Chris Givens, WR, Wake Forest 
The Niners have tried to address one of their biggest weaknesses from last season through free agancy by signing Randy Moss and Mario Manningham. But they need a long term answer at the position and Givens might be just that. He is an explosive player who plays as fast on the field as he runs on the track. Some scouts have described him as the best route runner in the class and a hidden gem. The Niners are hoping that to be the case. - Joe-l



Round 2 Pick 40 (62): New England Patriots select Trumaine Johnson, CB, Montana 
Well, guess the Pats won't be taking Dennard at CB anymore. We considered both Mike Martin and Ben Jones at this spot, but figure to get other help at C and DT in the coming rounds. It is time to address the elephant in the room. The Patriots secondary needs some playmakers. We made selections to put pressure on the QB (with more selections coming), but now it is time to stop the ball when it does leave the QB's hands. Trumaine might not play in a prestigious conference, but he has ability greater than you can expect coming from the Big Sky. He is a little slow- which can get him burned on double moves- but his size (6'2", 200 lbs) and jumping ability (35 inches) should make him almost impossible to throw the goal line fade that teams seem to depend on. He has understandably dominated every receiver he has ever faced, but don't underestimate him just for playing in the FCS- he is NFL-ready. As a former receiver, he has strong hands that can easily pick the ball from the air. He is also a strong tackler, and matches up well in press coverage. He will need to develop his skills against top-notch receivers, so expect a bit of a learning curve for Trumaine. He should fit well in zone as well as man coverage. Given the Pats actions with last year's secondary, Trumaine could even find himself playing a few snaps at FS. Hopefully his skills develop quickly in practice against quick receivers like Brandon Lloyd and Wes Welker. - Jeremy

Round 2 Pick 41 (63): New York Giants select Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall 
With Osi on his last year and Tuck not being able to stay healthy the Giants need some young talent to pair with JPP and add depth to their pass rush. Curry is a great pass rusher who can do a number of things on the field. The Giants are ecstatic to get him at this point. - Joe-l



Round 1
1 - Colts - Jim Mut - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford 
2 - Redskins - Jeremy - Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor 
3 - Vikings - Justin!!! - Matt Kalil, OT, USC 
4 - Browns - Jim Mut - Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU 
5 - Buccaneers - Steve-O - Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama 
6 - Rams - SKOHR - Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State 
7 - Jaguars - Jeremy - Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina 
8 - Dolphins - SKOHR - David DeCastro, OG, Stanford 
9 - Panthers - Jim Mut - Michael Brockers, DT, LSU 
10 - Bills - Joe-l - Malcolm Floyd, WR, Notre Dame 
11 - Chiefs - Justin!!! - Quinton Coples, DE, UNC 
12 - Seahawks - Jim Mut - Luke Kuechly, LB, Boston College 
13 - Cardinals - Jeremy - Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford 
14 - Cowboys - Justin!!! - Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama 
15 - Eagles - SKOHR - Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M 
16 - Jets - Jim Mut - Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis 
17 - Bengals - SKOHR - Cordy Glenn, OT, Georgia 
18 - Chargers - Steve-O - Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina 
19 - Bears - Jim Mut - Flectcher Cox, DT, Mississippi St 
20 - Titans - Steve-O - Jenoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama 
21 - Bengals - SKOHR - Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor 
22 - Browns - Jim Mut- Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama 
23 - Lions - Steve-O - Mark Barron, S, Alabama 
24 - Steelers - Jeremy - Dont'a Hightower, LB, Alabama 
25 - Broncos - Joe-l - Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State 
26 - Texans - Justin!!! - Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech 
27 - Patriots - Jeremy - Nick Perry, OLB, USC 
28 - Packers - SKOHR - Devon Still, DE, Penn State 
29 - Ravens - Justin!!! - Peter Konz, OC, Wisconsin 
30 - 49ers - Joe-l - Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin 
31 - Patriots - Jeremy - Kendall Reyes, DT, UConn 
32 - Giants - Joe-l - Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State 





Round 2
33 - Rams - SKOHR - Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa 
34 - Colts - Jim Mut - Mohamad Sanu, WR, Rutgers 
35 - Vikings - Justin!!! - Alshon Jeffrey, WR, South Carolina 
36 - Buccaneers - Steve-O - Mychal Kendricks, LB, Cal 
37 - Browns - Jim Mut - David Miller, RB, Virginia Tech 
38 - Jaguars - Jeremy - Rueben Randle, WR, LSU 
39 - Rams - SKOHR - Doug Martin, RB, Boise St 
40 - Panthers - Jim Mut - Whitney Mercilus, DE, Illinois 
41 - Bills - Joe-l - Bobbie Massie, OT, Mississippi 
42 - Dolphins - SKOHR - Shea McLellin, OLB, Boise St. 
43 - Seahawks - Jim Mut - Alameda Ta'amu, DT, Washington 
44 - Chiefs - Justin!!! -Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma St 
45 - Cowboys - Justin!!! - Harrison Smith, S, Notre Dame 
46 - Eagles - SKOHR - Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford 
47 - Jets - Jim Mut - Mitchell Schwartz, OT, Cal 
48 - Patriots - Jeremy - Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska 
49 - Chargers - Steve-O - Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson 
50 - Bears - Jim Mut - Zach Brown, LB, UNC 
51 - Eagles - SKOHR - Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia 
52 - Titans - Steve-O - Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson 
53 - Bengals - SKOHR - Lamar Miller, RB, Miami 
54 - Lions - Steve-O - Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech 
55 - Falcons - Jeremy - Amini Silatolu, OG, Somewhere State 
56 - Steelers - Jeremy - Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State 
57 - Broncos - Joe-l - Chris Polk, RB, Washington 
58 - Texans - Justin!!! - Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State 
-- - Saints - Steve-O - Brett Farve's bad ankle in 2010 
59 - Packers - SKOHR - Josh Robinson, CB, UCF 
60 - Ravens - Justin!!! - Ronnell Lewis, OLB, Oklahoma 
61 - 49ers - Joe-l - Chris Givens, WR, Wake Forest 
62 - Patriots - Jeremy - Trumaine Johnson, CB, Montana 
63 - Giants - Joe-l - Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall 


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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

SKOHRboard's 2012 NFL Mock Draft Picks 57-59


Round 2 Pick 57: Denver Broncos select Chris Polk, RB, Washington 
The Broncos are in need of a RB with a 30 something runner leading their rushing attack. Polk has ideal size to carry the load for an NFL team. Polk is an all-around player who does many things at a high level and is capable of playing within a variety of schemes. He is quick off the ball and a natural runner between the tackles. He is an above average blocker and with a little coaching can become a true featured back. - Joe-l

Round 2 Pick 26 (58): Houstons Texans select Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State 
I know, I know, the Texans already took a receiver in the first round. Well, Andre Johnson is already in his 30s and keeps getting hurt, Kevin Walter is in his 30s and keeps being Kevin Walter, and Jacoby Jones hasn't shown much in the chances that he's gotten. A linebacker would be a good pick here (especially given the losses of Demeco Ryans and Mario Williams), but the Texans have a history of targeting a few positions each draft. I see them grabbing arguably two of the best receivers in the draft and then addressing linebackers/linemen the rest of the way out. Quick is a giant target, and he will be able to learn route-running from one of the best in the business. This would give the Texans three monster targets all over 6'3 in Johnson, Hill, and Quick. - Justin!!!

---Saints 2nd Round Pick is Forfieted---



Round 2 Pick 27 (59): Green Bay Packers select Josh Robinson, CB, Central Florida 
Robinson really lit up the Combine this year and cornerback is one of the positions where that really matters. Guys can be as technically sound as they want but if they don't have the wheels to compete at the NFL level, it doesn't matter. As the fastest man in the 2012 NFL combine, Josh Robinson has the wheels to compete. He is also a smooth athlete with decent production despite a rather rough style. I think some better coaching and the benefit of playing alongside Charles Woodsen in Green Bay, this guy can turn into a very good NFL Corner. - SKOHR





Round 1
1 - Colts - Jim Mut - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford 
2 - Redskins - Jeremy - Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor 
3 - Vikings - Justin!!! - Matt Kalil, OT, USC 
4 - Browns - Jim Mut - Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU 
5 - Buccaneers - Steve-O - Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama 
6 - Rams - SKOHR - Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State 
7 - Jaguars - Jeremy - Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina 
8 - Dolphins - SKOHR - David DeCastro, OG, Stanford 
9 - Panthers - Jim Mut - Michael Brockers, DT, LSU 
10 - Bills - Joe-l - Malcolm Floyd, WR, Notre Dame 
11 - Chiefs - Justin!!! - Quinton Coples, DE, UNC 
12 - Seahawks - Jim Mut - Luke Kuechly, LB, Boston College 
13 - Cardinals - Jeremy - Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford 
14 - Cowboys - Justin!!! - Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama 
15 - Eagles - SKOHR - Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M 
16 - Jets - Jim Mut - Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis 
17 - Bengals - SKOHR - Cordy Glenn, OT, Georgia 
18 - Chargers - Steve-O - Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina 
19 - Bears - Jim Mut - Flectcher Cox, DT, Mississippi St 
20 - Titans - Steve-O - Jenoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama 
21 - Bengals - SKOHR - Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor 
22 - Browns - Jim Mut- Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama 
23 - Lions - Steve-O - Mark Barron, S, Alabama 
24 - Steelers - Jeremy - Dont'a Hightower, LB, Alabama 
25 - Broncos - Joe-l - Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State 
26 - Texans - Justin!!! - Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech 
27 - Patriots - Jeremy - Nick Perry, OLB, USC 
28 - Packers - SKOHR - Devon Still, DE, Penn State 
29 - Ravens - Justin!!! - Peter Konz, OC, Wisconsin 
30 - 49ers - Joe-l - Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin 
31 - Patriots - Jeremy - Kendall Reyes, DT, UConn 
32 - Giants - Joe-l - Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State 

Round 2
33 - Rams - SKOHR - Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa 
34 - Colts - Jim Mut - Mohamad Sanu, WR, Rutgers 
35 - Vikings - Justin!!! - Alshon Jeffrey, WR, South Carolina 
36 - Buccaneers - Steve-O - Mychal Kendricks, LB, Cal 
37 - Browns - Jim Mut - David Miller, RB, Virginia Tech 
38 - Jaguars - Jeremy - Rueben Randle, WR, LSU 
39 - Rams - SKOHR - Doug Martin, RB, Boise St 
40 - Panthers - Jim Mut - Whitney Mercilus, DE, Illinois 
41 - Bills - Joe-l - Bobbie Massie, OT, Mississippi 
42 - Dolphins - SKOHR - Shea McLellin, OLB, Boise St. 
43 - Seahawks - Jim Mut - Alameda Ta'amu, DT, Washington 
44 - Chiefs - Justin!!! -Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma St 
45 - Cowboys - Justin!!! - Harrison Smith, S, Notre Dame 
46 - Eagles - SKOHR - Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford 
47 - Jets - Jim Mut - Mitchell Schwartz, OT, Cal 
48 - Patriots - Jeremy - Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska 
49 - Chargers - Steve-O - Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson 
50 - Bears - Jim Mut - Zach Brown, LB, UNC 
51 - Eagles - SKOHR - Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia 
52 - Titans - Steve-O - Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson 
53 - Bengals - SKOHR - Lamar Miller, RB, Miami 
54 - Lions - Steve-O - Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech 
55 - Falcons - Jeremy - Amini Silatolu, OG, Somewhere State 
56 - Steelers - Jeremy - Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State 
57 - Broncos - Joe-l - Chris Polk, RB, Washington 
58 - Texans - Justin!!! - Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State 
-- - Saints - Steve-O - Brett Farve's bad ankle in 2010 
59 - Packers - SKOHR - Josh Robinson, CB, UCF


Tomorrow we'll see:
60 - Ravens - Justin!!! 
61 - 49ers - Joe-l 
62 - Patriots - Jeremy 
63 - Giants - Joe-l 



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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

SKOHRboard's 2012 NFL Mock Draft Picks 53-56

Look at that! Our next two picks know each other.


Round 2 Pick 21 (53): Cincinnati Bengals select Lamar Miller, RB, Miami 
The Bengals will probably be looking heavily at CBs here but they need someone who can step in and play for them this year and there aren't any CBs left in this draft that I would trust that too. Instead I think they find much more value in a great RB here with Lamar Miller. He is fast and fearless. While he might be a little quick to bounce things outside he isn't afraid to cut back and take runs straight up the gut either. Miller can also catch it out of the backfield and will be a fantastic outlet receiver for Dalton. I expect them to find their CB through a trade or in free agency in the days before the draft. Maybe they could trade their 3rd Round pick for Asante? I think both sides would be happy with that deal. - SKOHR

Round 2 Pick 22 (54): Detroit Lions select Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech 
The Lions achilles heel for the past few seasons has been their weak secondary.  They choose Hosley here in an attempt to fix that.  He has started in Virginia Tech's vaunted secondary for several years with solid production in each of them.  Hosley looks like he can be a consistent yet versatile defender at the next level with no glaring weaknesses. - Steve-O/SKOHR

Amini

Round 2 Pick 23 (55): Atlanta Falcons select Amini Silatolu, G/OT, Midwestern State 
The Falcons don't have a lot of picks in this draft after selling out to get Julio Jones last year. What they do seem to have in abundance is a real need for offensive line help at multiple positions. As luck would have it, Silatolu can play multiple positions. He went to a small school, but that is only because he couldn't qualify academically. Some bad habits seem to be appearing on tape, but he has all the physical tools to succeed at either guard or tackle. His versatility makes him the pick over other guard prospects. - Justin!!!

Round 2 Pick 24 (56): Pittsburgh Steelers select Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State 
The Steelers go into this draft with the same weakness they always enter the draft with: they need help along the offensive line. Injuries seem to deplete the offensive line every year, and tackle is a huge priority for protecting a quarterback that holds onto the ball for as long as Big Ben does. Sanders played both tackle positions at FSU, so it makes sense to target a guy like this given the fact that he might be inserted anywhere that a need should appear. - Jeremy

Round 1
1 - Colts - Jim Mut - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford 
2 - Redskins - Jeremy - Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor 
3 - Vikings - Justin!!! - Matt Kalil, OT, USC 
4 - Browns - Jim Mut - Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU 
5 - Buccaneers - Steve-O - Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama 
6 - Rams - SKOHR - Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State 
7 - Jaguars - Jeremy - Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina 
8 - Dolphins - SKOHR - David DeCastro, OG, Stanford 
9 - Panthers - Jim Mut - Michael Brockers, DT, LSU 
10 - Bills - Joe-l - Malcolm Floyd, WR, Notre Dame 
11 - Chiefs - Justin!!! - Quinton Coples, DE, UNC 
12 - Seahawks - Jim Mut - Luke Kuechly, LB, Boston College 
13 - Cardinals - Jeremy - Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford 
14 - Cowboys - Justin!!! - Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama 
15 - Eagles - SKOHR - Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M 
16 - Jets - Jim Mut - Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis 
17 - Bengals - SKOHR - Cordy Glenn, OT, Georgia 
18 - Chargers - Steve-O - Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina 
19 - Bears - Jim Mut - Flectcher Cox, DT, Mississippi St 
20 - Titans - Steve-O - Jenoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama 
21 - Bengals - SKOHR - Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor 
22 - Browns - Jim Mut- Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama 
23 - Lions - Steve-O - Mark Barron, S, Alabama 
24 - Steelers - Jeremy - Dont'a Hightower, LB, Alabama 
25 - Broncos - Joe-l - Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State 
26 - Texans - Justin!!! - Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech 
27 - Patriots - Jeremy - Nick Perry, OLB, USC 
28 - Packers - SKOHR - Devon Still, DE, Penn State 
29 - Ravens - Justin!!! - Peter Konz, OC, Wisconsin 
30 - 49ers - Joe-l - Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin 
31 - Patriots - Jeremy - Kendall Reyes, DT, UConn 
32 - Giants - Joe-l - Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State 

Round 2
33 - Rams - SKOHR - Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa 
34 - Colts - Jim Mut - Mohamad Sanu, WR, Rutgers 
35 - Vikings - Justin!!! - Alshon Jeffrey, WR, South Carolina 
36 - Buccaneers - Steve-O - Mychal Kendricks, LB, Cal 
37 - Browns - Jim Mut - David Miller, RB, Virginia Tech 
38 - Jaguars - Jeremy - Rueben Randle, WR, LSU 
39 - Rams - SKOHR - Doug Martin, RB, Boise St 
40 - Panthers - Jim Mut - Whitney Mercilus, DE, Illinois 
41 - Bills - Joe-l - Bobbie Massie, OT, Mississippi 
42 - Dolphins - SKOHR - Shea McLellin, OLB, Boise St. 
43 - Seahawks - Jim Mut - Alameda Ta'amu, DT, Washington 
44 - Chiefs - Justin!!! -Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma St 
45 - Cowboys - Justin!!! - Harrison Smith, S, Notre Dame 
46 - Eagles - SKOHR - Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford 
47 - Jets - Jim Mut - Mitchell Schwartz, OT, Cal 
48 - Patriots - Jeremy - Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska 
49 - Chargers - Steve-O - Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson 
50 - Bears - Jim Mut - Zach Brown, LB, UNC 
51 - Eagles - SKOHR - Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia 
52 - Titans - Steve-O - Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson 
53 - Bengals - SKOHR - Lamar Miller, RB, Miami 
54 - Lions - Steve-O - Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech 
55 - Falcons - Jeremy - Amini Silatolu, OG, Somewhere State 
56 - Steelers - Jeremy - Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State 

Tomorrow we'll see
57 - Broncos - Joe-l 
58 - Texans - Justin!!! 
-- - Saints - Steve-O 
59 - Packers - SKOHR 






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Monday, April 23, 2012

SKOHRboard's 2012 NFL Mock Draft Picks 49-52


Round 2 Pick 17 (49): San Diego Chargers select Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson 
Allen is arguably the best all-around tight end in this year's class. He's a better blocker than Stanford's Coby Fleener and has a knack for spectacular catches. Allen gets criticized for a lack of production, but that's more of a product of the Clemson spread offense. Antonio Gates has shown over recent seasons that he can't stay healthy. When he's been out, the Chargers haven't had a viable backup who can make a difference in the pass game. When he's healthy Allen can line up at TE and Gates can split out as a WR. Having both of these guys on the field together will give opposing safeties nightmares.

Round 2 Pick 18 (50) Chicago Bears select Zach Brown, LB, UNC 
The Bears pick Brown to come in and start as their weak-side LB. Brown is a perfect fit in the Bears 4-3 cover 2 scheme. Brown can play all 3 downs exhibiting decent cover skills and can close in space. Bears are excited to pick their LB of the future to learn from the legends already on the roster.


Round 2 Pick 19 (51): Philadelphia Eagles select Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia 
The Eagles are very excited to welcome Brandon Boykin to the squad. His experience playing in the slot against SEC competition will be a huge asset as he'll give the Eagles the freedom to move their star CBs around as they see fit. He is also a prolific return man, which has been a huge position of need for the Eagles in the recent past. There is a very good chance that the Eagles look to move Asante Samuel before the draft which means that Rogers-Cromartie and Asomugha can play the outside as Boykin/Hanson rotate in the slot.

Round 2 pick 20 (52) Tennessee Titans select Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson 
The Titans were heart broken that country music star Zach Brown went just 2 picks before them to the Chicago Bears. Instead of adding a sure thing LB, the Titans decided to add the 311 lb Thompson to help a defense that finished 24th against the run last season. Thompson can be a disruptive force at the line of scrimmage. He has the ability to bust through the line and cause havoc in the run game. He has a low center of gravity, which really helps him get under some of the bigger offensive lineman. He is a force on run downs and also can generate a good bull rush at times. If it weren't for his questionable pass rush, he would have gone much earlier in the draft. 

Round 1
1 - Colts - Jim Mut - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford 
2 - Redskins - Jeremy - Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor 
3 - Vikings - Justin!!! - Matt Kalil, OT, USC 
4 - Browns - Jim Mut - Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU 
5 - Buccaneers - Steve-O - Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama 
6 - Rams - SKOHR - Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State 
7 - Jaguars - Jeremy - Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina 
8 - Dolphins - SKOHR - David DeCastro, OG, Stanford 
9 - Panthers - Jim Mut - Michael Brockers, DT, LSU 
10 - Bills - Joe-l - Malcolm Floyd, WR, Notre Dame 
11 - Chiefs - Justin!!! - Quinton Coples, DE, UNC 
12 - Seahawks - Jim Mut - Luke Kuechly, LB, Boston College 
13 - Cardinals - Jeremy - Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford 
14 - Cowboys - Justin!!! - Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama 
15 - Eagles - SKOHR - Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M 
16 - Jets - Jim Mut - Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis 
17 - Bengals - SKOHR - Cordy Glenn, OT, Georgia 
18 - Chargers - Steve-O - Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina 
19 - Bears - Jim Mut - Flectcher Cox, DT, Mississippi St 
20 - Titans - Steve-O - Jenoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama 
21 - Bengals - SKOHR - Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor 
22 - Browns - Jim Mut- Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama 
23 - Lions - Steve-O - Mark Barron, S, Alabama 
24 - Steelers - Jeremy - Dont'a Hightower, LB, Alabama 
25 - Broncos - Joe-l - Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State 
26 - Texans - Justin!!! - Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech 
27 - Patriots - Jeremy - Nick Perry, OLB, USC 
28 - Packers - SKOHR - Devon Still, DE, Penn State 
29 - Ravens - Justin!!! - Peter Konz, OC, Wisconsin 
30 - 49ers - Joe-l - Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin 
31 - Patriots - Jeremy - Kendall Reyes, DT, UConn 
32 - Giants - Joe-l - Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State 

Round 2
33 - Rams - SKOHR - Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa 
34 - Colts - Jim Mut - Mohamad Sanu, WR, Rutgers 
35 - Vikings - Justin!!! - Alshon Jeffrey, WR, South Carolina 
36 - Buccaneers - Steve-O - Mychal Kendricks, LB, Cal 
37 - Browns - Jim Mut - David Miller, RB, Virginia Tech 
38 - Jaguars - Jeremy - Rueben Randle, WR, LSU 
39 - Rams - SKOHR - Doug Martin, RB, Boise St 
40 - Panthers - Jim Mut - Whitney Mercilus, DE, Illinois 
41 - Bills - Joe-l - Bobbie Massie, OT, Mississippi 
42 - Dolphins - SKOHR - Shea McLellin, OLB, Boise St. 
43 - Seahawks - Jim Mut - Alameda Ta'amu, DT, Washington 
44 - Chiefs - Justin!!! -Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma St 
45 - Cowboys - Justin!!! - Harrison Smith, S, Notre Dame 
46 - Eagles - SKOHR - Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford 
47 - Jets - Jim Mut - Mitchell Schwartz, OT, Cal 
48 - Patriots - Jeremy - Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska 
49 - Chargers - Steve-O - Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson 
50 - Bears - Jim Mut - Zach Brown, LB, UNC 
51 - Eagles - SKOHR - Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia 
52 - Titans - Steve-O - Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson 

Tomorrow we'll see
53 - Bengals - SKOHR 
54 - Lions - Steve-O 
55 - Falcons - Jeremy 
56 - Steelers - Jeremy 









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Sunday, April 22, 2012

SKOHRboard's 2012 NFL Mock Draft Picks 45-48


Round 2 Pick 13 (45): Dallas Cowboys select Harrison Smith, S, Notre Dame 
The Cowboys continue to focus on improving their secondary in this draft, this time targeting the best safety remaining in what is a pretty weak class after Barron. Smith edges out Markelle Martin here, but either one is going to be a vast improvement over the guys that started last year for the Cowboys. He's also regarded as a high-character guy in the locker room, something that Dallas surely needs. - Justin!!!

Coby!
Round 2 Pick 14 (46): Philadelphia Eagles select Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford 
This one is going to make a lot of people happy in Eagles country. Fleener is easily the class of this year's TE crop. He is a big target at 6'6" 250lbs who has great athleticism and even better hands. As the primary target in the pro-style Stanford offense he can also run just about any route asked of him. Andy Reid has to be extremely excited about putting Fleener all over the field creating mismatches everywhere. He'll also immediately fill the forever vacant role in the Eagles offense of red zone target.

Round 2 Pick 15 (47): New York Jets select Mitchell Schwartz, OT Cal 
Everyone knows the Jets are extremely weak at right tackle, so they address that position in the 2nd round. A 4 year starter at Cal, Schwartz is a better run blocker than pass protector, which is exactly what the Jets want to get back to this season. Being a fellow Jew, Schwartz is naturally intelligent and will be able to pick up the Jets offense right away and will upgrade the running game as a Day 1 starter. - Jim Mut

Round 2 Pick 16 (48): New England Patriots select Lavonte David, OLB, Nebraska 
The Patriots select a three-down linebacker that will help get to the quarterback as well as neutralize any attack across the middle. David is an anchor that can stop the pass as good as he can stop the run. He has a knack for getting to the ball, as he has high football intelligence paired with speed and excellent read-and-react skills. In two years at Nebraska (JUCO transfer), David was in on 285 tackles, 28 tackles for loss, 12 sacks, three forced fumbles, two interceptions, and ten passes broken up. Do you think the Patriots care that the guy is only six feet tall?  - Jeremy

Round 1
1 - Colts - Jim Mut - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford 
2 - Redskins - Jeremy - Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor 
3 - Vikings - Justin!!! - Matt Kalil, OT, USC 
4 - Browns - Jim Mut - Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU 
5 - Buccaneers - Steve-O - Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama 
6 - Rams - SKOHR - Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State 
7 - Jaguars - Jeremy - Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina 
8 - Dolphins - SKOHR - David DeCastro, OG, Stanford 
9 - Panthers - Jim Mut - Michael Brockers, DT, LSU 
10 - Bills - Joe-l - Malcolm Floyd, WR, Notre Dame 
11 - Chiefs - Justin!!! - Quinton Coples, DE, UNC 
12 - Seahawks - Jim Mut - Luke Kuechly, LB, Boston College 
13 - Cardinals - Jeremy - Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford 
14 - Cowboys - Justin!!! - Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama 
15 - Eagles - SKOHR - Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M 
16 - Jets - Jim Mut - Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis 
17 - Bengals - SKOHR - Cordy Glenn, OT, Georgia 
18 - Chargers - Steve-O - Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina 
19 - Bears - Jim Mut - Flectcher Cox, DT, Mississippi St 
20 - Titans - Steve-O - Jenoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama 
21 - Bengals - SKOHR - Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor 
22 - Browns - Jim Mut- Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama 
23 - Lions - Steve-O - Mark Barron, S, Alabama 
24 - Steelers - Jeremy - Dont'a Hightower, LB, Alabama 
25 - Broncos - Joe-l - Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State 
26 - Texans - Justin!!! - Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech 
27 - Patriots - Jeremy - Nick Perry, OLB, USC 
28 - Packers - SKOHR - Devon Still, DE, Penn State 
29 - Ravens - Justin!!! - Peter Konz, OC, Wisconsin 
30 - 49ers - Joe-l - Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin 
31 - Patriots - Jeremy - Kendall Reyes, DT, UConn 
32 - Giants - Joe-l - Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State 

Round 2
33 - Rams - SKOHR - Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa 
34 - Colts - Jim Mut - Mohamad Sanu, WR, Rutgers 
35 - Vikings - Justin!!! - Alshon Jeffrey, WR, South Carolina 
36 - Buccaneers - Steve-O - Mychal Kendricks, LB, Cal 
37 - Browns - Jim Mut - David Miller, RB, Virginia Tech 
38 - Jaguars - Jeremy - Rueben Randle, WR, LSU 
39 - Rams - SKOHR - Doug Martin, RB, Boise St 
40 - Panthers - Jim Mut - Whitney Mercilus, DE, Illinois 
41 - Bills - Joe-l - Bobbie Massie, OT, Mississippi 
42 - Dolphins - SKOHR - Shea McLellin, OLB, Boise St. 
43 - Seahawks - Jim Mut - Alameda Ta'amu, DT, Washington 
44 - Chiefs - Justin!!! -Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma St 
45 - Cowboys - Justin!!! - Harrison Smith, S, Notre Dame 
46 - Eagles - SKOHR - Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford 
47 - Jets - Jim Mut - Mitchell Schwartz, OT, Cal 
48 - Patriots - Jeremy - Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska 

Tomorrow we'll see:
49 - Chargers - Steve-O 
50 - Bears - Jim Mut  
51 - Eagles - SKOHR 
52 - Titans - Steve-O 






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