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    Re: Drafting under Childress: Pretty good, or was it?

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    in taking Cook and Gerhart. Something that will hurt us moving forward.
    How so. Toby continues to improve each and every game and was really making some nice plays yesterday until he fumbled.

    Cook started out good, got hurt and is struggling a bit, but its his first year. He can/will only improve over time.

    If we stay in the Cover 2 scheme, I think we have two fine looking DB's in Asher and young Cook.

    I would have taken a DT, but don't think we did anything wrong by drafting the best CB available or the best RB available with those two picks.
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    Re: Drafting under Childress: Pretty good, or was it?

    Marrdro wrote:
    Freakout wrote:
    in taking Cook and Gerhart. Something that will hurt us moving forward.
    How so. Toby continues to improve each and every game and was really making some nice plays yesterday until he fumbled.

    Cook started out good, got hurt and is struggling a bit, but its his first year. He can/will only improve over time.

    If we stay in the Cover 2 scheme, I think we have two fine looking DB's in Asher and young Cook.

    I would have taken a DT, but don't think we did anything wrong by drafting the best CB available or the best RB available with those two picks.
    I think Cook has decent potential. Asher however, not so sure. Haven't seen much from him to impress me. He's nowhere near as effective as Ced. I see Asher as a 4th or 5th corner at best.

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    Re: Drafting under Childress: Pretty good, or was it?

    Marrdro wrote:
    Cook, again, stepped in and played a decent game at RG and is developing into a pretty good swing man.
    What game were you watching?

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    Re: Drafting under Childress: Pretty good, or was it?

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    Marrdro wrote:
    Cook, again, stepped in and played a decent game at RG and is developing into a pretty good swing man.
    What game were you watching?
    The one where Favre threw a predictable pass that got picked off and then the new head coach's fabulous defense gave up 31 unanswered points, I'm guessing.

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