so this years CB, S, and OL class couldnt be any deeper and couldnt come at a better time. What do ya say we stock the **** up on all 3 spots!!!
the only reason i say no LB is cause we do have Tulluch,Levy,Duurant,Hogue,Lewis,Palmer,and Whitehead. Now i know Levy and Durant are both FAs but they arent gone yet, and i dont think ur gonna find an upgrade later in the draft, as we need other positions earlier in the draft.
Edit: And Amerson gives up on a play which results in a TD. Stay the **** away from this guy. All hype, no results. Miami isn't even a good team and he's getting torched.
Last edited by StriveGreatness; 09-29-2012 at 12:47 PM.
AAL: Darius Slay
AAP: Chauncey Billups
This class is pretty deep...we should have the option to select a good LB, DB, or OL in the 1st
AAL: Matthew Stafford
Anyone know anything about;
Matt Elam S Florida
Desmond Trufant CB Washington
Stack up the secondary and Im happy.
Rd 1 - Jarvis Jones (If top 5 pick) or Best CB/S (No CB or S worth picking in top 5)
Rd 2 - Best CB/S avail
Rd 3 - Best CB/S/OL avail
On a side note I can't believe Lions gave up a top 4th round pick its looking like for Tahir ****ing Whitehead
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draft a special teamer in the 1st round.
2013 Adopt-A-Lion: Nick Fairley
Quick look at the first 3 rounds (based off walterfootball rankings). Also under the assumption we have a top 15 pick again.
1. Bjoern Werner DE Florida St - With Avril probably leaving and KVB aging, we get a guy who can come in and immediately make an impact.
2. Tony Jefferson S Oklahoma - Guy is fast, can play either FS or SS and can actually tackle. Plays good against the run and in coverage
"Reliable sources have told Walterfootball.com that Jefferson is a high-character individual and does not have off-the-field concerns. They say that he comes from a good family and is a positive locker-room presence."
Sounds like a Mayhew type pick. Him and Delmas could make for a wonderful S duo
3. BEST CB available