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    The Best Value Picks of the 2012 NFL Draft

    I've been thinking on this question for a few weeks now, but I have been holding off for the season to be closer to the end. So, who would you consider the best value pick(s) of the 2012 NFL Draft.

    For the purpose of this thread I want to exclude 1st Rd picks, and Russell Wilson because that answer is too easy. Wilson is the answer IMO but I'm looking for some other players. Alfred Morris is also an easy answer, but I'm going to list him.

    The first guys who come to mind for me are:

    CB Casey Hayward for the Packers (2nd Rd)
    WR T.Y. Hilton for the Colts (3rd Rd)
    RB Alfred Morris for the Redskins (6th Rd)
    LB Miles Burris for the Raiders (4th Rd)

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    Kinda homer-ish, but I'd put in Dennard for the Pats as well. He's been fairly solid so far. You could consider Wagner too.

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    I think Bryce Brown ends up being a stud

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    homer side:
    should Consider UDFA C/G Mike Brewster and UDFA OLB Julian Standford. Both starters this year and should have a place on the team for some years to come.

    id give K Greg Zuerlein a good value. RB Bryce Brown as well. ill give vontaze Burfcit good value as well.

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    Pretty much nailed it so far.

    I supposed Lavonte David and Bobby Wagner look good.

    How about Kirk Cousins as silly as it sounds.

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    Lavonte David and Janoris Jenkins

    I said time and time again Janoris Jenkins was the best corner in this draft, should of been drafted in the Top 10.

    Lavonte David best 4-3 OLB in the draft, taken at end of round 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by jneises21 View Post
    I think Bryce Brown ends up being a stud
    Bryce Brown was ranked above Trent Richardson coming out of high school, trouble in Tenn. and at K State blew his draft stock up, steal for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwallstreet View Post
    Lavonte David and Janoris Jenkins

    I said time and time again Janoris Jenkins was the best corner in this draft, should of been drafted in the Top 10.

    Lavonte David best 4-3 OLB in the draft, taken at end of round 2
    Yeah Jenkins is a good one. I was there with you on that, I know we had a few here that all thought it was silly how late it sounded he would go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwallstreet View Post
    Bryce Brown was ranked above Trent Richardson coming out of high school, trouble in Tenn. and at K State blew his draft stock up, steal for sure
    That was a pretty obvious one. I suppose the idea wasn't talent just that he'd walk again.

    It kind of reminds me of Lattimore or Tyrann this year.

    Both will go later than they should. Lattimore might no go at all but if you sit on him for a year and let him rehab you won't regret it. Mathieu is more about how he gets used.

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    still have to say RG3 and Luck are good values. i mean without those 2 i know the colts wouldnt be in the playoffs and its debatable wether cousins would have lead them to where they are now.

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    Do UDFAs count, cuz if so Burfict surely needs to be mentioned

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwallstreet View Post
    Do UDFAs count, cuz if so Burfict surely needs to be mentioned
    Good point.

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    Bobby Wagner was the first that came to mind for me outside of the incredibly obvious ones. For the Panthers, Frank Alexander has been better than a 4th rounder.
    On Cam Newton:

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    So it's official.

    This jerk off is going to be the first QB taken in the first round (or maybe the first 5) in the modern era to throw less than 300 passes at DI level. and he might go #1 overall.


    hahahahahahahahahahahaha

    Nfl scouting is a joke.

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    Jonte Green in the 6th round for the Lions has been pretty good. He's been starting at CB for us some and playing basically the whole game when he doesn't start. Obviously not a shut down CB by any means but he has been pretty consistent with the exception of the Falcons game. When you can get a CB in the 6th round who can start and only get burned 3-4 times all year, I think that's pretty damn good.



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    Billy Winn
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    Rod Streater (UDFA)
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