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    Karl Paymah visiting

    http://blogs.twincities.com/Vikings/2009/03/cb_paymah_coming_in_for_visit.html
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    A third-round pick out of Washington State, Paymah started just five games for the Denver Broncos in four NFL seasons. Paymah struggled when given a chance to replace injured perennial Pro Bowl cornerback Champ Bailey last season, and he was replaced by rookie Josh Bell.
    I dont know, but i guess depth is good, he is also good on special teams.


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    Re: Karl Paymah visiting

    This was talked about a little in a couple of other threads ... but at least this is it's on thread.
    This would be a pretty good pick up I think. I would prefer Chris Carr ... but either way it is good for depth.

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    Re: Karl Paymah visiting

    This would be a decent pick up.
    Special teams ace and depth at CB.
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    Re: Karl Paymah visiting

    Sounds like Childress' kind of guy...

    Paymah struggled when given a chance to replace injured perennial Pro Bowl cornerback Champ Bailey last season, and he was replaced by rookie Josh Bell.

    Let's pick'em up!!!


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    Re: Karl Paymah visiting

    Who?
    I would much rather have Carr making a visit however, not a bad find I guess.
    Seems to fit the scheme, at least that was the way he was projected coming out.....

    Analysis: A prospect well sized for press coverage, Paymah’s best shot could be in a zone system where he is facing the action and can immediately find the ball. A solid athlete, he must improve his ball skills to have a chance at the next level.
    http://profootball.scout.com/2/363643.html

    ANALYSIS: A prospect well sized for press coverage, Paymah's best shot could be in a zone system where he is facing the action and can immediately find the ball. A solid athlete, he must improve his ball skills to have a chance at the next level.

    PROJECTION: Late Sixth Round
    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/foo...ers/64725.html
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    Re: Karl Paymah visiting

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Who?

    I would much rather have Carr making a visit however, not a bad find I guess.
    Seems to fit the scheme, at least that was the way he was projected coming out.....

    Analysis: A prospect well sized for press coverage, Paymah’s best shot could be in a zone system where he is facing the action and can immediately find the ball. A solid athlete, he must improve his ball skills to have a chance at the next level.
    http://profootball.scout.com/2/363643.html

    ANALYSIS: A prospect well sized for press coverage, Paymah's best shot could be in a zone system where he is facing the action and can immediately find the ball. A solid athlete, he must improve his ball skills to have a chance at the next level.

    PROJECTION: Late Sixth Round
    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/foo...ers/64725.html
    So... basically he sucks.

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    Re: Karl Paymah visiting

    "C" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Who?

    I would much rather have Carr making a visit however, not a bad find I guess.
    Seems to fit the scheme, at least that was the way he was projected coming out.....

    Analysis: A prospect well sized for press coverage, Paymah’s best shot could be in a zone system where he is facing the action and can immediately find the ball. A solid athlete, he must improve his ball skills to have a chance at the next level.
    http://profootball.scout.com/2/363643.html

    ANALYSIS: A prospect well sized for press coverage, Paymah's best shot could be in a zone system where he is facing the action and can immediately find the ball. A solid athlete, he must improve his ball skills to have a chance at the next level.

    PROJECTION: Late Sixth Round
    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/foo...ers/64725.html
    So... basically he sucks.

    Or a late bloomer who was in the wrong scheme.........Perhaps.......?
    (Marrdro takes the high road).
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    Re: Karl Paymah visiting

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Who?

    I would much rather have Carr making a visit however, not a bad find I guess.
    Seems to fit the scheme, at least that was the way he was projected coming out.....

    Analysis: A prospect well sized for press coverage, Paymah’s best shot could be in a zone system where he is facing the action and can immediately find the ball. A solid athlete, he must improve his ball skills to have a chance at the next level.
    http://profootball.scout.com/2/363643.html

    ANALYSIS: A prospect well sized for press coverage, Paymah's best shot could be in a zone system where he is facing the action and can immediately find the ball. A solid athlete, he must improve his ball skills to have a chance at the next level.

    PROJECTION: Late Sixth Round
    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/foo...ers/64725.html
    So... basically he sucks.

    Or a late bloomer who was in the wrong scheme.........Perhaps.......?

    (Marrdro takes the high road).

    ;D
    lol, someone said this in another thread somewhere.....why is it that Marrdro hates all big name players and thinks every no-name player is going to be a hero?
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    Re: Karl Paymah visiting

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Who?

    I would much rather have Carr making a visit however, not a bad find I guess.
    Seems to fit the scheme, at least that was the way he was projected coming out.....

    Analysis: A prospect well sized for press coverage, Paymah’s best shot could be in a zone system where he is facing the action and can immediately find the ball. A solid athlete, he must improve his ball skills to have a chance at the next level.
    http://profootball.scout.com/2/363643.html

    ANALYSIS: A prospect well sized for press coverage, Paymah's best shot could be in a zone system where he is facing the action and can immediately find the ball. A solid athlete, he must improve his ball skills to have a chance at the next level.

    PROJECTION: Late Sixth Round
    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/foo...ers/64725.html
    So... basically he sucks.

    Or a late bloomer who was in the wrong scheme.........Perhaps.......?

    (Marrdro takes the high road).

    ;D
    lol, someone said this in another thread somewhere.....why is it that Marrdro hates all big name players and thinks every no-name player is going to be a hero?
    Whoever said that must be a yutz.....

    I was jazzed they signed Phat Pat, just as happy they signed Sauce.
    If they have some gas and can perform for the life of the contract I'm all for them.

    Problem seems to stem from some yutz who doesn't understand that concept and probably wanted a washed up proven big name player that I didn't think had anything left in the tank.
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    Re: Karl Paymah visiting

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Who?

    I would much rather have Carr making a visit however, not a bad find I guess.
    Seems to fit the scheme, at least that was the way he was projected coming out.....

    Analysis: A prospect well sized for press coverage, Paymah’s best shot could be in a zone system where he is facing the action and can immediately find the ball. A solid athlete, he must improve his ball skills to have a chance at the next level.
    http://profootball.scout.com/2/363643.html

    ANALYSIS: A prospect well sized for press coverage, Paymah's best shot could be in a zone system where he is facing the action and can immediately find the ball. A solid athlete, he must improve his ball skills to have a chance at the next level.

    PROJECTION: Late Sixth Round
    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/foo...ers/64725.html
    So... basically he sucks.

    Or a late bloomer who was in the wrong scheme.........Perhaps.......?

    (Marrdro takes the high road).

    ;D
    lol, someone said this in another thread somewhere.....why is it that Marrdro hates all big name players and thinks every no-name player is going to be a hero?
    He's like the hipster kid that gives up on his favorite band after they've been signed to a major label and become famous. They're no longer "Indie" enough.

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