Cordarrelle Patterson: Our Changes...

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What Are The Changes That Cordarrelle Patterson Will Be Available At 12?

Poll closed Apr 2, 2013.
  1. 0% chance

    5 vote(s)
    3.3%
  2. 25% chance

    22 vote(s)
    14.4%
  3. 50% chance

    56 vote(s)
    36.6%
  4. 75% chance

    47 vote(s)
    30.7%
  5. 100% chance

    23 vote(s)
    15.0%
  1. CRIOS

    CRIOS PERFECT PHINS '72 Finheaven VIP Donator

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    Cordarrelle Patterson: Our Chances...

    Please vote. Thanks.

    I think that he will be selected in the top 10.
     
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  2. uk_dolfan

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    He will probably be there at 12, I picked 0 because I don't want him. Didn't read the poll question.. sorry.
     
  3. CRIOS

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    I meant CHANCES; and not CHANGES. Typo.
     
  4. Dr. Phin

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    I don' think he is worth a number 1 just because he appears to be one of the best this year. That doesn't make him good enough. There is depth at WR this year, but the top end isn't exactly stellar.

    I actually would prefer Allen and believe Patterson is going to be a primadonna.
     
  5. insomnia411

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    25%. I doubt that he gets past both the Jets and Bills with that kind of ability. It's possible he goes as high as 6 to Cleveland.
     
  6. SCLSU Mud Dogs

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    Patterson > Allen. For a receiver, he's got incredible vision and he's very hard to bring down in the open field.
     
  7. Ikema

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    I certainly hope he's not available at 12. I have no interest in this player unless we picked him in the second round. To me it's all about value. A project at number 12 is not good value in this draft.
     
  8. Digital

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    As everyone knows, I really like the kid and hope he is both available and our pick at 12. I do think he will be available. There are about 5-8 guys that I'm confident will be gone before we pick. I don't think the Bills will take him because they need a QB and need to select him in round 1 or 2, so why not get the QB you want here and pick from the deep selection of guys in round 2? The Jets have a lot of holes really, but they have Stephen Hill and I doubt they invest their top pick on another physically gifted young WR this year. They will likely take a defensive lineman or linebacker. Tennessee has a lot of needs and don't see WR very high for them. San Diego has WR's and probably will go OL or defense. If Lane Johnson is available, I think he's their pick.

    But, Ireland hasn't been good at picking WR's, so I wouldn't be at all suprised to see him wait until round 2 and grab a couple of them. It mitigates the risk he looks foolish, fits with the Green Bay plan, is an area where there are likely to be a lot of good prospects, and Ireland will not be so harshly criticized for taking a WR there. I hope we take Patterson at 12, but I wouldn't be surprised if we waited.

    If Patterson falls past us, then he might fall quite a bit. Sure, Carolina, St. Louis and Pittsburgh could take him, but they have other needs as well. If a starting LT is available that's what St. Louis will take. Pittsburgh also needs to rebuild it's defense and it's likely that a good prospect falls to them on the defensive side of the ball. They'd be just as happy with Markus Wheaton, Robert Woods, DeAndre Hawkins, or Terrance Williams, many of whom may be around in round 2. The next landing spots for him probably are St. Louis again at 22 or almost any team from that point down. So, Patterson could slide from 12 to the 20's simply based on team needs. I'd love to make a miracle trade with Cincinnati to give up the #12 to get the #21 and #37. That would be nice.
     
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    Read post #3. Cool song. Bad typo.
     
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  12. rev kev

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    He will be available but we should pass -> Keenan Allen is the better player and #12 is still too early
     
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    Best wide receiver in the draft and I think there's a 100% chance he's there. He's not a lineman though so he won't be a dolphin.
     
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    I put 50% because he either is there at 12 or he isn't.

    Patterson is the best WR in the draft by far and we need a WR.
     
  16. Dr. Phin

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    Exactly. I just don't see what other do in Patterson. He catches the ball with his body too much. Much of what he did in college was also carrying the ball. He won't do that near as much at this level. He also tends to get stupid penalties...
     
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    I voted 50% that he will be there. I believe the the chance that we pick him should be less than 10%. Assuming we fill our biggest need in FA with Wallace or Jennings. Then we switch gears and get our shut-down corner with our 12th pick or a Left tackle. Pick up a solid reciever with a second or third pick. If we don't get a FA reciever, then we will again have a weak receiving corps. No matter who we choose, the reciever position will take a few years to master. Which will not help us next year.
     
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    YAC is what we see. You make a decent point on the rushing yards though. The situation is similar to Tannehill at 8, Patterson will not be the BPA but the need and upside are there.

    A&O good luck with your health.
     
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    "Much" is such a relative term. If you mean that Patterson carried the ball a third of the time (compared to his receptions) than yes, "much" of what he did was carrying the ball. What I've seen doesn't take into account how many plays Patterson ran at receiver compared to in the backfield, or how many times he was targeted in relation to his receptions.

    Considering that Percy Harvin, as an NFL receiver, has averaged 70 receptions per year and 26 carries per year, your argument that he won't do that "near as much at the next level" doesn't carry much weight.

    So what if the guy can also run the ball? You're dogging the guy because he can do more than what is asked of him as a receiver? Patterson does tend to catch the ball with his body, when he has to shield off a defender.

    He's the most talented receiver in this entire draft.
     
  20. roy_miami

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  21. jason_taylor

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    WELL evadently he is good value at 12 or alot of people wouldnt be sittin here sayin that they dont even think he will be there at our #12 pick , so imo its NOT A REACH IF HE IS THERE AND WE SELECT HIM AT 12 , imo we need to fill a few holes on offence and defence BOTH , and if we select him at 12 imo he would be just as good as anybody else at # 12 for us , just another hole we filled at a possion, Diva or Not as long as he produces on the field and tays out of trouble im all for any player of need at 12.
     
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    I don't think he will be there, and I am happy as such. Of course this all depends on how FA goes. If we can snag Wallace I'd like eiffert at 12. I'm also a big fan if Keenan Allen, and think he can become an effective receiver in a WCO.
     
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    Hopkins and Bailey are better than Patterson and Allen.
     
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    I could careless..I just want this FO to make a STATEMENT at the receiver position. I'm TERRIFIED we are going to get one receiver via FA or the Draft and then consider the need "taken care of." We NEED to bring in at least 2 receiver prospects that can move. Ideally one via FA and one via the draft!

    If we don't get Wallace via FA, then give me Patterson and Ryan Swope!
     
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    I read this and am awful sorry about your health but on the positive side is that you are going to look fabulous you won't be able to keep the ladies off you
     
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    Who here wouldn't want a guy who can do everything Percy Harvin can do? OK, what if Harvin could do all the same things but was 6'2, faster, not injury prone, not a "bad apple," and still had room to develop into a serious perimeter threat? Oh, and Patterson is an even better open-field player.
     
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    So edit the title, silly.
     
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    He should be available, I just don't know whether we'd take him. Probably Werner or Rhodes.
     
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    Hey, remember Ryan Tannehill was supposed to be a project at 8...
    Not saying we should draft Patterson, but you can't count him out merely because he may take more time than others to reach his potential.
     

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