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FuadFan
03-15-2012, 09:46 PM
Scout.com: Geoff Schwartz Profile (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=2&cid=1168166&nid=6108293&fhn=1)

Young guy who has played guard and tackle on the right side but missed last year with an injury.

skum
03-15-2012, 09:56 PM
Who?

Very underwhelming, but it seems he has generated interest from the Lions and 49ers as well, so that is somewhat a good sign.

Quick view on him via google suggest he struggled at RT and is a natural RG, so i guess that would be his position.. But still, very underwhelming..

Braddock
03-16-2012, 01:40 PM
Who?

Very underwhelming, but it seems he has generated interest from the Lions and 49ers as well, so that is somewhat a good sign.

Quick view on him via google suggest he struggled at RT and is a natural RG, so i guess that would be his position.. But still, very underwhelming..

We haven't signed him yet.

tastywaves
03-16-2012, 02:23 PM
Don't underestimate the power of "the Schwartz".

Freakout
03-16-2012, 06:10 PM
Underwhelming simply due to him being a no name but he was real productive the year he started. Jeff Davidson coached him in Carolina.

skum
03-21-2012, 05:25 PM
Signed, but only 1 year deal.. Lets see how it works out..

https://twitter.com/#!/RavensInsider/status/182593301092904960

midgensa
03-21-2012, 05:28 PM
Any help on the oline is good help. Hope he brings something to the table. He is young and still has a lot to prove.

MulletMullitia
03-21-2012, 05:39 PM
Panthers fans LOVE this guy. They were all extremely upset that they didn't resign him. Big, versatile, and young. Not to mention extremely talented. Kind of a cult hero over at Carolina Huddle. Maybe Marty finally got his War Pig?

12purplepride28
03-21-2012, 06:11 PM
Panthers fans LOVE this guy. They were all extremely upset that they didn't resign him. Big, versatile, and young. Not to mention extremely talented. Kind of a cult hero over at Carolina Huddle. Maybe Marty finally got his War Pig?

Ummm... Isn't the War pig a DT?

MulletMullitia
03-21-2012, 06:20 PM
Ummm... Isn't the War pig a DT?

Nope, his last war pig was Ryan Cook. Although I pray to everything that's holy that Schwartz and Cook are nothing alike.

12purplepride28
03-21-2012, 07:41 PM
Nope, his last war pig was Ryan Cook. Although I pray to everything that's holy that Schwartz and Cook are nothing alike.

I guess he applies that term to everyone that's over 300 lbs because I know it's been used in reference to DTs.

And the more I read about this, the more I like it. I think we could actually have a dang good OL if Kalil doesn't bust. Kalil Charlie Sully Schwartz Load

Really this is the most depending on Load because he has been awful lately. If he gets back to his rookie year play (which was made possible by Favre, imo) then we could have a formidable OL. And with a formidable OL comes the development of our young QB. And with the Development of our young QB comes the increased production by our WRs. And with that, comes holes that aren't as glaring as we once thought, leading to more holes on D being filled. And that all leads to a SUPER BOWL!!! Oh and Felton is a key cog in there somewhere.

singersp
03-23-2012, 07:12 AM
Now with the Vikings, it's expected that Schwartz will make an immediate push for the starting right guard spot. He will, however, have some competition in veteran guard Joe Berger. Even if he doesn't immediately earn the starting spot, it's likely that he'll eventually work his way into the role as he becomes accustomed to the Vikings' offense.

Vikings Agree to Terms with OL Geoff Schwartz - NFL - Yahoo! Sports (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ycn-11144146)

Berger will more than likely continue to play the LG position. If he has to compete against DeGeare, Fusco, Valdez & Lewis just to earn the RG spot, how mediocre is this guy?

Marrdro
03-24-2012, 02:08 AM
Nope, his last war pig was Ryan Cook. Although I pray to everything that's holy that Schwartz and Cook are nothing alike.
Cook wasn't a warpig. Cook was a C that our dipshit coaching staff forced to start at RT. While the rest of you blamed him, I refused to and elected to hack on the coaching staff instead.

Doesn't mean I was a Cook fan (even though I eventually became one).

Marrdro
03-24-2012, 02:11 AM
I guess he applies that term to everyone that's over 300 lbs because I know it's been used in reference to DTs.

And the more I read about this, the more I like it. I think we could actually have a dang good OL if Kalil doesn't bust. Kalil Charlie Sully Schwartz Load

Really this is the most depending on Load because he has been awful lately. If he gets back to his rookie year play (which was made possible by Favre, imo) then we could have a formidable OL. And with a formidable OL comes the development of our young QB. And with the Development of our young QB comes the increased production by our WRs. And with that, comes holes that aren't as glaring as we once thought, leading to more holes on D being filled. And that all leads to a SUPER BOWL!!! Oh and Felton is a key cog in there somewhere.
I actually blame the coaches for Loads regression.

And the OL won't make or break Ponder progression. Like Loads issues, it will be the coaches and their dumb ass play calling that will either hinder or help that progression.

On a side note, I do like the looks of the OL with Kalil, CJ, Sully, Schwartz and Load.

Of course you could plug Reif in there at LT as well if we elect to move down.