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    Day 1: Re-cap

    So what did we see on Day 1? How about the following:


    * Players taken by position:
    OFFENSE (14): OG=1, OT=4, QB=3, TE=1, WR=5
    DEFENSE(18): CB=5, DE=3, DT=2, FS=2, ILB=1, OLB=3, SS=2

    * Players taken by conference:
    AAC=4, ACC=5, B12=2, B10=4, IND=1, MAC=2, PAC12=3, SEC=11

    * Good picks/moves

    - Cleveland: moving up, down and all around; getting the best CB and their QB
    - Minnesota: Taking Barr and then trading back in to ensure they get Bridgewater was smart
    - St Louis: Got Robinson (my #1 rated guy) and then Donald (how many people would love to wake up today and see those two names on Dallas)
    - Green Bay: at that point, getting Clinton-Dix was great value
    - Dallas: sticking to their guns and taking a trench guy (bravo) with Manziel sitting there

    * Head Scratchers (opinion)

    - Philly: too early for Marcus Smith
    - Buffalo: gave up WAY too much to trade up and take Watkins (thought Mack was going to be their pick when they moved up)
    - Jacksonville: taking Bortles @ #3 - I kinda like the pick, but many thought they had better options
    - Tennessee: taking an OL (and one with questionmarks) instead of their perceived other needs
    - Miami: Taking James with the 19th pick? IMO, they could have gotten him in the 2nd
    - Arizona: thought for sure a QB was going to be their pick, even with the trade down, but grabbing a S that may have been there in the 2nd

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    Yeah , not sure what Buffalo was thinking about trading their next years 1st for a wr. Watkins is great but in my opinion, that was a horrible move. No homer, but Dallas just might have the best offensive line this year. Now it's time to get Dline depth. I wouldn't be surprised if Jernigan falls to us. If he does then I give Dallas an A+ thru the 1st 2 rds. Really hoping Dallas lands one of the taller DBs as well. Very happy so far. Martin is a beast to say the least,

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    Day 1: Re-cap

    I understand they gave up a first but buffalo needed a stud wr, I thought they'd sit there and go for ebron which would have been decent too but I don't hate buffalos pick. They needed to get ej someone and they apparently liked him a lot lore than mike Evans. Hated gilbert at 8 and bortles at 3. This is why these 2 franchises continue to be terrible. At least Cleveland traded down and got another first, but Jacksonville had a chance for a once in a lifetime player in Watkins or Mack and they take another qb who, yes has great upside but is unpolished and will probably crumble with bad team around him.

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    Giving up next years 1st for a wr is absurd in my opinion. I understand he is a stud but no way do i give up next years 1st for a wr. This wr may be the difference in 1 or 2 more wins this year, thats it. Not worth it. Bills have a lot of holes

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    just heard that Dallas is trying to move up in the second round without getting rid of their second round pick...hmmm

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    D Lawrence.. I guess this will be our RDE... I hope Marinelli knows what he is doing.

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    Some good watching. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZH4Thv2_MQ
    Worth a 2 and 3? You be the judge

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    Hmmmm after further review, wtf did we waste 2 picks on that pos. He can not get through a LT or RT from Oregon St, but he is going to be able to beat a LT in the NFL??? He was getting whipped 1 on 1!!!! Then he was also out of position ALOT. I coached some hs kids last year that can block this pansy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mysteryman463 View Post
    Hmmmm after further review, wtf did we waste 2 picks on that pos. He can not get through a LT or RT from Oregon St, but he is going to be able to beat a LT in the NFL??? He was getting whipped 1 on 1!!!! Then he was also out of position ALOT. I coached some hs kids last year that can block this pansy.
    WhoA! Easy there big guy. This man had 34 sacks in 32 games.

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