Chance Warmack

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  1. Dolfan4life

    Dolfan4life Starter Donator

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    I know a G at #12 may piss everyone off but the guy should be a serious consideration

    The guy along with Pouncey would help solidify the interior of the line.

    DE is the other strong possibility

    Warmack is a monster though
     
  2. AFCMiamiEast

    AFCMiamiEast A True Fan

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    Yeah, he is a 321 lbs monster who does not fit our zone blocking scheme. Picking him at 12 would be a complete catastrophe, trade down (gain an additional 3rd 2nd round pick while you're at it) and get me Tyler Eiffert or Justin Hunter.
     
  3. kloud_9

    kloud_9 Well-Known Member

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    He is a top 3 player in this draft...if we are going bpa at our spot and he is there.take him
     
  4. Kdawg954

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    No, no, no. . . We cant overlook skill players for a guard in a ZBS. . . not with the 12 pick

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  5. jlfin

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    A Guard is never a top 3 player in any draft. I was on board with the Long pick and the Pouncey pick, but not this draft. Drafting Warmack will not make much of an impact on offensive PPG next season.
    A Guard will never have the impact of a pass rusher, shutdown CB, WR or TE. There are some solid O-lineman in FA and that is the direction the FO should go.
     
  6. kloud_9

    kloud_9 Well-Known Member

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    Reaching in the 1st round for any position except QB and you will always get good not great players...(Ted ginn)

    ---------- Post added at 11:40 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:39 PM ----------

    Or a bust..
     
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    Gonzo Widerstand Administrator Finheaven VIP Donator

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    Going with the extremes, eh? We have enough need as multiple skill positions to be able to walk away with one of the BPA's available and still fill a need. Cam's mistake at that spot wasn't the fact that he attempted to pick a skill position, it was the fact that he chose what was obviously the wrong one (Willis).
     
  8. kloud_9

    kloud_9 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah,just because it isn't sexy,doesn't mean they won't greatly impact your team..look at martin in the 2nd..arent we ecstatic we pick the bpa at that spot? We need a guard,offensive tackle (if Jake leaves) safety,corner,receiver,tight end,defensive end etc..im not saying pick the guy,but whoever is the bpa besides QB,running back,center and maybe defensive tackle..you pick him at 12,not to fill a need,but to get a great player
     
  9. justdev7

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    You're right it does
     
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    Gonzo Widerstand Administrator Finheaven VIP Donator

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    You still prioritize positions. A guard will impact this team about as much as a left tackle has the past 4 or whatever years, especially one that doesn't fit this system at all. It would be an absolutely retarded pick.
     
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    Warmack is a can't miss All-Pro.....As long as we address the holes on this team....I'd have no problem adding him.

    They ran behind him all game last night.
     
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    Please, don't even try that....a guard at 12? Even Ireland can't be that stupid. Even John Hannah and Hutchinson were NOT drafted that high. Do people on this board ever learn anything? We took a LT #1 and a center at 15 and now you want a guard at 12?......Yeah, maybe Tannehill can complete passes to Pouncy and this damn guard.

    Ozzy rules!!
     
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    Yeah, I have to agree. Picking him there at 12 is just too much to swallow, considering the positions that will appear available. I'm all about BPA, but starting the BPA argument with "Warmack is a top 5 prospect!" as some sort of clear cut fact is just dishonest.
     
  14. j-off-her-doll

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    Jonathan Cooper is a better fit for what we're trying to do. Warmack would be pretty awesome in San Fran or Baltimore.
     
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    He's most likely our first round pick, so I guess we should get used to the idea.
     
  16. mrhankey81701

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    No. Decastro worked so well for Pittsburgh after being a first round pick. The positional value just isn't there
     
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    A center had never been taken as high as Pouncey before we took him either.
     
  18. finsfan1972

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    He is a great player but not sure he fits best in the zone blocking the fins want to use. We need a big playmaker at #12 i.e. WR, DE, CB or TE if one grades out that high.
     
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    If he fits what Fins look for... why not.

    However... id perfer to go DE with the first selection... with CB perhaps being a close second.
     
  20. MichaelWC

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    lets get a guard in round 3
     
  21. utahphinsfan

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    Barrett Jones is the only Bama OL I'd consider (3 positions in 3 title games) but only if he were still around in the 2nd.

    Otherwise, this team needs to be more dynamic & less like a Parcells team from 1987.
     
  22. Buff

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    I like Jones too, but not in the 1st where we are picking. if we traded down to the mid/late 20's, yeah, probably.
     

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