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    Params: post, 149089, a:1:{i:0;s:488:"Some really need to take into consideration that TT knows he is in his third year and wants to win just as much as anyone else here. Why "should" he have taken that deal? Apparently there was only one other team there that though the deal to be worth it and that was the Eagles(whom were 6 spots behind us and cleveland had been trying to make that deal since Miami passed on Quinn). You're assuming that somehow Harrell is already a failure by saying he "should" have taken that deal.";}, 1470665447, 1472080731
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    Params: post, 149091, a:1:{i:0;s:1615:"Dallas made that deal...not Philly. I never once said, or assumed, Harrell was, or will be, a failure. Would you rather have the opporunity to draft one Justin Harrell or two Justin Harrell's? I'll take two. It's undeniable that Harrell is injury prone and still wasn't 100% at the time of his drafting. Just because TT is a GM in his 3rd year doesn't mean he knows what he's doing. Mike Sherman traded up for BJ Sander and that wasn't in his first draft rather it was his LAST. Mike Sherman didn't get progressively better at his drafting acumen over time. He appeared to get worse. The Packers job was Mike Sherman's dream job, but that doesn't mean he wasn't a failure as a GM. He was. TT is our current GM and in another year, or two, may be judged a failure the same as Sherman whether his heart was in the right place, or not. Just because we had a lot of last year's picks start doesn't mean it was a good draft. We had nobody on the Oline where most of our picks got playing time. Just because Nick Collins, Jason Spitz, Tony Moll, and Colledge are getting playing time, does NOT mean they were great picks, or that Ted is a great drafter. Hawk was a TOP 5 pick. It gets harder to fail the higher you pick. Jennings was a nice pick but he's not the second coming of Jerry Rice. We haven't gotten a star out of the first two drafts. Sherman's best pick, and only true star, Javon Walker, is gone. Kampman in on the cusp of greatness if he can put another season together like last one. I hope we get some studs out of these past drafts. I'm not expecting it though.";}, 1470665447, 1472080731
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    Params: post, 149092, a:1:{i:0;s:1615:"Dallas made that deal...not Philly. I never once said, or assumed, Harrell was, or will be, a failure. Would you rather have the opporunity to draft one Justin Harrell or two Justin Harrell's? I'll take two. It's undeniable that Harrell is injury prone and still wasn't 100% at the time of his drafting. Just because TT is a GM in his 3rd year doesn't mean he knows what he's doing. Mike Sherman traded up for BJ Sander and that wasn't in his first draft rather it was his LAST. Mike Sherman didn't get progressively better at his drafting acumen over time. He appeared to get worse. The Packers job was Mike Sherman's dream job, but that doesn't mean he wasn't a failure as a GM. He was. TT is our current GM and in another year, or two, may be judged a failure the same as Sherman whether his heart was in the right place, or not. Just because we had a lot of last year's picks start doesn't mean it was a good draft. We had nobody on the Oline where most of our picks got playing time. Just because Nick Collins, Jason Spitz, Tony Moll, and Colledge are getting playing time, does NOT mean they were great picks, or that Ted is a great drafter. Hawk was a TOP 5 pick. It gets harder to fail the higher you pick. Jennings was a nice pick but he's not the second coming of Jerry Rice. We haven't gotten a star out of the first two drafts. Sherman's best pick, and only true star, Javon Walker, is gone. Kampman in on the cusp of greatness if he can put another season together like last one. I hope we get some studs out of these past drafts. I'm not expecting it though.";}, 1470665447, 1472080731
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    Params: post, 149093, a:2:{i:0;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"quote";s:6:"option";N;s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:7:"[quote]";i:1;s:8:"[/quote]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:1615:"Dallas made that deal...not Philly. I never once said, or assumed, Harrell was, or will be, a failure. Would you rather have the opporunity to draft one Justin Harrell or two Justin Harrell's? I'll take two. It's undeniable that Harrell is injury prone and still wasn't 100% at the time of his drafting. Just because TT is a GM in his 3rd year doesn't mean he knows what he's doing. Mike Sherman traded up for BJ Sander and that wasn't in his first draft rather it was his LAST. Mike Sherman didn't get progressively better at his drafting acumen over time. He appeared to get worse. The Packers job was Mike Sherman's dream job, but that doesn't mean he wasn't a failure as a GM. He was. TT is our current GM and in another year, or two, may be judged a failure the same as Sherman whether his heart was in the right place, or not. Just because we had a lot of last year's picks start doesn't mean it was a good draft. We had nobody on the Oline where most of our picks got playing time. Just because Nick Collins, Jason Spitz, Tony Moll, and Colledge are getting playing time, does NOT mean they were great picks, or that Ted is a great drafter. Hawk was a TOP 5 pick. It gets harder to fail the higher you pick. Jennings was a nice pick but he's not the second coming of Jerry Rice. We haven't gotten a star out of the first two drafts. Sherman's best pick, and only true star, Javon Walker, is gone. Kampman in on the cusp of greatness if he can put another season together like last one. I hope we get some studs out of these past drafts. I'm not expecting it though.";}}i:1;s:890:" How in the world can you judge TT's drafts yet about "stars" ? Aj Hawk is the best bet and he's had ONE SEASON in the NFL. Just because "your not expecting it" doesn't mean it won't happen. In fact that just tells me your only looking at negatives. But like I said to say TT SHOULD HAVE made that deal is assuming(wether you like it or not) that Harrell is already a failure(you already just said you aren't expecting it). Like I said many other teams didn't deam that deal worth it. If the Browns were willing to offer a proven player like a winslow then it would have been worth it because as the draft falls you have a better shot at getting help for your team at 16 than the second round. I don't really care for the "we would have had two top 15 picks next year" when that is pure speculation. No ones crystal ball can tell them what is in the cards for this year or next.";}, 1470665447, 1472080731
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    Params: post, 149094, a:1:{i:0;s:190:"Ted could have traded that 5th overall last year but chose to take Hawk. Why do some not give Ted credit for that? I remember Tony Mandrich was supposed to be a 'safe' pick back in the day.";}, 1470665447, 1472080731
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    Params: post, 149096, a:1:{i:0;s:2343:"We're all going to see where those two picks would've been. It's funny how the "crystal ball" argument is brought up in reference to what "might" happen with those picks, and as a way to discount making the deal, but it's ignored when we're talking about how Harrell will turn out. We don't have the exact same crystal ball to tell us that an injured Harrell is a better move than taking two likely, yes...likely, top 15 picks. Logic dictates those picks will be Top 15 picks. There's a stronger argument for those picks being Top 15 than there is for Harrell being better than what those two future picks would've brought to the table, a lot more. Let's cut to the chase... If those picks turn out to be Top 15 picks, as they should, will hindsight tell you it was a mistake to not make the deal? What numbers does Harrell have to put up to make his selection a better move than taking the Cleveland deal? Corey Williams had 7 sacks last season at DT. I think it's fair to say Harrell better have more than 7 sacks and a huge improvement to our run and overall defense. If he misses half the season due to injury this will be a monumental blunder. It's important to point out that the teams who passed on the Cleveland deal after Green Bay were... Jacksonville, NY Giants, Tennessee, Cincinnati, and Denver. Everyone of those teams has reasonable expectations to make a playoff run. These teams appear to subscribe to a "win now" philosophy meaning they would bypass such an offer. Dallas is in the same boat, but Jerry Jones makes bold moves. We aren't on the verge of any sort of playoff run, therefore, we should've taken that deal. Why isn't anyone upset with him trading down the two times he did? The trade downs were not as valuable as picking up an extra 1st, and likely high first next year but people seem comfortable with getting Brandon Jackson, James Jones and Aaron Rouse. Go on record all those who think it was wise to take Harrell over the Cleveland deal. Tell me what he has to do to justify passing on that deal? Also, tell me what record we need to have to make this wise. I think it's an uphill climb to get back to 8-8 this season. Also, tell me where Cleveland's pick has to fall to justify not adding it. It's really going to sting if Cleveland is picking 3rd again.";}, 1470665447, 1472080731
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    Params: post, 149097, a:10:{i:0;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"quote";s:6:"option";N;s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:7:"[quote]";i:1;s:8:"[/quote]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:663:"We're all going to see where those two picks would've been. It's funny how the "crystal ball" argument is brought up in reference to what "might" happen with those picks, and as a way to discount making the deal, but it's ignored when we're talking about how Harrell will turn out. We don't have the exact same crystal ball to tell us that an injured Harrell is a better move than taking two likely, yes...likely, top 15 picks. Logic dictates those picks will be Top 15 picks. There's a stronger argument for those picks being Top 15 than there is for Harrell being better than what those two future picks would've brought to the table, a lot more. ";}}i:1;s:612:" I feel an argument can be made for both, but am not going to judge this by hindsight. Harrell is a risk, just as hoping for two top 15 is a risk. By saying they "should" be top 15 you are saying the Packers are either A.) going to fail this season or B.)should give up the season in hopes for two top 15 picks next year. Then you are also leaving your fate in the hands of what the Browns do next year. Sorry, but that scenerio will provide itself more often than you can imagine and you don't just jump on it at every whim. Harrell is a DT that has a ton of potential and is ok'ed by the doctors. ";i:2;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"quote";s:6:"option";N;s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:7:"[quote]";i:1;s:8:"[/quote]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:507:"Let's cut to the chase... If those picks turn out to be Top 15 picks, as they should, will hindsight tell you it was a mistake to not make the deal? What numbers does Harrell have to put up to make his selection a better move than taking the Cleveland deal? Corey Williams had 7 sacks last season at DT. I think it's fair to say Harrell better have more than 7 sacks and a huge improvement to our run and overall defense. If he misses half the season due to injury this will be a monumental blunder.";}}i:3;s:758:" No it won't be a mistake to me because it's all a crapshoot and a big risk. Your statement about Corey Williams vs Harrell shows me how little you know about the game of football. Gilbert Brown never had big numbers, but how valuable to the team do you feel he was at stopping the run and freeing up other players? Ever since the days of Jackson and now Pickett we have had a revolving door at the other DT position and Harrell offers a chance at not only stability, but to have another major run stuffer that gets a push up the field on passing downs which leads to more production from the linebackers as well as more sacks off the edge. You don't judge a DT in numbers. That's like saying a corner that doesn't have many ints is a bad corner. 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