Wednesday, April 10, 2013
RTC: Jags have two they 'really like'
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage ...
The Texans offered Mohamed Massaquoi a contract before he decided on Jacksonville, says Tania Ganguli of the Houston Chronicle.
Matt Schaub on what went wrong down the stretch for the Texans: “We lost our consistency level that we had maintained for the better part of the season, just our ability on first down to be successful and put ourselves in manageable situations, make our third downs manageable. We had some penalties; we had some turnovers that hurt us. When you have those things and you’re in a lot of long-yardage third-down situations, that’s hard to convert." From Texans Radio.
Player-by-player cash and salary-cap numbers for the Colts from Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.
The seventh-worst Colts draft pick was corner Don Anderson and the eighth-best was left tackle Tarik Glenn, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Based on draft history, what the Colts can expect at each of their slots, from Nate Dunlevy of Colts Authority.
"There are two we really like," GM David Caldwell told NFL 32 (via Rotoworld) of prospects for the No. 2 overall pick. "And then there are three to four we're still looking through."
“If you don’t absolutely love (Geno Smith) -- meaning, you’ll be devastated, disappointed and disconsolate if he’s not waiting for you at the beginning of Round 2 -- then you don’t take him at No. 2. You don’t take any player that high if you don’t want him that much,” writes John Oehser of Jaguars.com.
A seven-round Jaguars mock draft from Matthew Fairburn of Big Cat Country.
Fans can vote at the team’s Facebook page on the patch the Titans will wear to commemorate their 15th anniversary.
Considering how defensive rosters under Gregg Williams have been constructed in the past, with Tom Gower of Total Titans.