Hakeem Nicks, I am now a believer!

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  1. thejetssuck

    thejetssuck Seasoned Veteran

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    Sho'Nuff!
     
  3. thejetssuck

    thejetssuck Seasoned Veteran

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    LOL!! Word!
     
  4. playmaker1

    playmaker1 Get the ball to the PLAYMAKER!

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    Nick's has major pimp juice.
     
  5. skipp2myloo13

    skipp2myloo13 Rookie

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    Every night before the boogeyman goes to bed, he checks under his bed for Hakeem Nicks
     
  6. SR 7

    SR 7 Banned Hammered

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    best WR in the draft i think.
     
  7. skipp2myloo13

    skipp2myloo13 Rookie

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    O boy, someone spiked the Nicks coolaid, and you drank too much!
    Crabtree, Maclin are better. DHB and Harvin are questionable (i dont think so)
     
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    I love this guy reminds me of Boldin
     
  9. SR 7

    SR 7 Banned Hammered

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    crabtree is very good but also similar to nicks but the diff is nicks is far more powerfull and better at YAC.

    Maclin is a very good WR and in my eyes is right with Nicks.
     
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    hes a mix of boldin, TO, and Irvin but i think a bit slower then TO.
     
  11. thejetssuck

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    Much better hands than T.O.
     
  12. SR 7

    SR 7 Banned Hammered

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    thats why hes a mix of all 3. he has the game of each one almost.
    he runs like TO uses his body and moves like TO and Irvin with the hands of Fitz or Boldin. huge hands like fitz.
     
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    BESS4LAST AFC EAST CHAMPS

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    Talk About Catch Radius...throw It Anywhere From Head To Toe>>>hakeem Nicks Will Get It.....draft Him Please!!!!
     
  14. JT-forpresident

    JT-forpresident Believe In Miami

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    count me in. the guy is gooooood
     
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    phinfan33 A True Fan

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    hey,i'm on board the draft hakeem nicks trainwagon...
     
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    TonySporanoTuna I'm a huge douchebag Hammered

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    He had a super crappy pro day and showed up like Mike Williams.
     
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    He took one for the team already.

    Parcells told him to lay around and eat cupcakes so he'd fall to us.:d-day:
     
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    zach8111 Pro Bowler

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    no way, crabtree is by far better and will be better in the NFL IMO. Nicks is good and i wouldnt mind him, but we have better options than him and looks like he will falls after that ****ty proday. he came in 14-17 lbs over weight!. and stunk on his workout
     
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    LOL!! That bad pro day was the best thing that could have ever happened for us. I know he had an injury he was dealing with that didn't allow him to workout for a while, making him put on some weight. I just hope it is enough for him to fall to us!!
     
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    FinaticalOne DieHard FinFan 4 Life

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    :lol2:

    True team player, gotta love him.

    All jokes aside. If there is any truth this bad pro day, I want to see the results. If it holds up, then that works out even better for us because we could get great value grabbing him with our #2a pick.
     
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    I agree completely. When I see Nicks I see a guy who physically reminds me a lot of TO and/or Michael Irvin, but not as fast as TO obvioulsy. This kid has the hands, the strength, the arms, and enough quicks to separate. He is going to be a very productive receiver and after Crabtree, I think Nicks is the most can't-miss WR prospect.

    On the flip side, I keep seeing us linked with Hayward-bey and it scares me to death. That kid has disaster potential ... a real boom-or-bust type, and I think his chances of being a bust are high. DHB reminds me of a less talented David Boston.

    I highly doubt Parcells & Co. draft a WR in round 1, and Nicks will not be available later, so I'm not worrying about him or that eschelon of WR in the least. I really think we'll go LB in round 1 and OL in round 2, leaving us one other round 2 pick to select whatever we want.
     
  22. Rio

    Rio Competition-The Elixir Of Success!

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    I like Hakkeem Nicks butI think the Bears have expressed a major interest in Nicks & remember the Cheaters draft ahead of us. that being said, he would be an excellent pick. However, there are other excellent WR's available that could, like Hakeen, fall in the draft: Crabtree, Maclin & Harvin are rated above Nicks, unfortunately, they should all be gone by our pick. But you never know.
    I am not a pundit but have my own ideas of how things could fall:
    1-Hakeem Nicks-WR-NC
    2-Sean Smith-Cornerback-Utah
    2-Michel Johnson-DE-Georgia
    3-Brace-Nose Tackle-BU
    4-Pat White-WR/QB/RB
    mid to late round Center, DE & RB
     
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    I can tell you this...BP is not going to pick any damn WR who showed up 17 lbs overweight in the first round let alone NEVER!!!!! he wants character and work ethic. Bottom line.
     
  24. nolefin

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    i will go on record and say i dont think he will be that good. he looks slow and stiff.
     

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