Last edited by bda28; 12-27-2012 at 08:23 PM.
Janoris Jenkins is a Master Baiter.
I always liked Polo! Agree if SJax walks we will need a change of pace for DRich. A couple of guys I like for that role are Montee Ball and I also like Stepfan Moore as wellas Lacy
i know we cant give up on quick but say he develops in to a stud we need some one out side of him i like givens and danny more as slot guys also say danny cant stay healthy and then we have givens in the slot while danny is hurt then we have quick on the outside and i would rather have some one other than gibson on the other side since we are in the middle to the latter of round one the wr will be best available i feel te pos is deep
the number guy i want in this draft is warmack
Givens is best served on the outside stretching the defense.
Quick/Givens/Danny has potential to be really good. I'm ok with Gibson as #4 and Pettis as #5. If we added someone in FA line I said to buy some time for Quick to evolve, I'm good with that too.
What a ****** draft for us to have 2 firsts in. Just about nothing offensively to look at. No real RB's or WR's...Maybe the Skins will let us trade their ****** draft picks back for RGIII
If we draft a RB or wr in this draft I'd be pissed anyway! There are plenty if options at positions we need in the 1st. OG/OT/FS/TE?/OLB
We need playmakers incase you didnt watch many games this year we still can't get open except for givens and our best wr is always injured
This is what i hate about that tie with the niners.
we are 7-8-1. There are FIVE teams with a 7-9 record. That just cost us FIVE spots in the draft. I think we are the 16th pick right now.
and we don't know where the redskins finish, but it's definitely going to be a 20th pick or higher.
So with the 16th pick, I'm hoping Warmack drops to us. Then we should grab Vaccaro, that'd be awesome if he fell to us with the skins pick.
Then we go TE in the 2nd and OLB in the 3rd. That'll fill plenty of holes.
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Updating a previous item, USC junior WR Robert Woods received a second-round grade from the NFL Draft Advisory Board prior to declaring for April's Draft.
Woods also had some interesting words after the team's bowl loss, saying, "if the coaches wanted to keep me another year, they would've probably got me the ball." Woods defended those comments after the game and said they were taken out of tone. Draft grades from the NFL universally understate prospects' talent, playing it safe so to not be blamed for the impending decision, but Woods looks like a top-64 talent.
USC junior WR Robert Woods announced that he will enter the 2013 NFL Draft.
Woods does not possess the same top-end receiver skills as his sophomore teammate Marqise Lee, but the junior will help whoever drafts him. We think Woods does his best work on intermediate routes, creating separation with quick and decisive cuts. A second day selection is likely.
Auburn junior DE Corey Lemonier has declared for the NFL Draft.
Lemonier said he may be a third-rounder and added he can play defensive end or linebacker as a pass rusher in the NFL. It was a down year for the entire Auburn program, so teams will need to spotlight Lemonier's performances and see where he projects best.