I doubt Seattle goes DE in round 2, more likely to go O-line or possibly CB. But hey they have been a crapshoot the past couple years.
Love any draft that lands us Geno
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#Forg1v3!Originally Posted by CC Sabathia
Hate it for the Lions
We have Reiff, 1st pick in 2012 sitting on the bench, so I don't really know why they'd take another OT that high, with Backus still signed.
And we also have Ryan Broyles a 2nd round pick last year on the bench because there's no room for him with CJ, Burleson and Titus Young, Scheffler and Pettigrew.
I would much rather see Bjoern Werner in the first and a S in the 2nd. I think the fan base would probably flip if they took another WR that high
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Justin Hunter in Rd 1 for Mia. Rd 2 is great
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I guess they could take an OT again in the first round, but I wouldn't count on it even though it would really set us up nicely for the future.
And WR could be up in the air, but I seriously don't think they'd get another one that high, I don't know, Burleson is iffy, but he's still on pace for ~90 receptions and ~800 yards.
Broyles may be best suited for the slot, but it's not like Burleson and Young can't play there as well. They're even putting CJ in the slot more this season and since we practically never play 4 sets, there's really no need to add a 5th WR into the mix, I don't know, I just can't see it. CJ, Young, Broyles and even Burleson seem like enough since we use TEs a lot in the passing game.
Rogers would be nice, but then Burleson would have to go and then there's the whole we have basically no leaders on this team and he's basically the only one on offense.
I don't know, though. Our FO is pretty unpredictable at drafts and I just think we'd be better off addressing the defense since we're losing like 5-6 starters and lots of depth this year to free agency.
And I should explain why I hate it. I only hate it from a fan perspective I guess, since most of the D is going to be FAs I just feel we should address our weaknesses rather than build on something that really has no problems for another few years.
But if that draft happened I really wouldn't mind at all. We'd have 2 great, young tackles who would play a long *** time in the league and an actual WR who's over 5'11 to play opposite of Calvin. So it's really not that bad at all, but then our D would still be ****
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If the Bucs have a top 7 pick this year, I would have to imagine that a Quarterback would be the pick in round one.
Milliner makes a lot of sense, though. The Bucs could really use another solid defensive back.
Last edited by Quikdraw; 10-12-2012 at 04:18 PM.
Yeah, it's no problem. I could see them selecting Eifert in the late 1st then trading up in the 2nd to get Alex Okafor, or vice versa, since Dimitroff has no problem making big deals to get a player he wants (Julio, Asante, Tony G, etc).Originally Posted by TDjacksonville
Last edited by Bravo95; 10-12-2012 at 04:44 PM.
Saints biggest needs are DE and OT before DT, but BPA is the name of the game, so if a DT is higher on the board it could happen. With that said, why'd you go with Hankins over Star? IMO he's the best DT in the draft and fits more of what the Saints want to do under Spagnuolo
Last edited by neovenator250; 10-12-2012 at 05:35 PM.
Cameron Jordan is awesome
12.5 sacks and this http://instagram.com/p/jfs5DemKo3/