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  1. MARSHALL~LAW

    MARSHALL~LAW Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys/gals, I have been a lot of research, and I put together my own mock. I put our needs first, and added depth in the later rounds, obviously. Tell me how you would like this first 5 rounds.
    Round 1. Eric Reid FS LSU
    Round 2a. Robert Woods WR USC
    Round 2b. Desmond Trufant CB Washington
    Round 3a. Joseph Fauria TE UCLA
    Round 3b. Kyle Long OT Oregon
    Round 4. Johnathan Bostic ILB Florida
    Round 5. Hugh Thornton G Illinois
     
  2. AFCMiamiEast

    AFCMiamiEast A True Fan

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    I like the Robert Woods pick but hitting on a FS is absurd in the 1st. If anything we HAVE to go for WR/TE/DE/CB, this team has no business going for any safety with their 1st pick in this draft.
     
  3. MoFinz

    MoFinz Uwe Von Schamann's Bastard Son

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    Appreciate the thought and effort you put into it

    Not a fan of your draft though. FS w/ 1st pick? How about a DE or CB instead?
     
  4. MARSHALL~LAW

    MARSHALL~LAW Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for your input, although, I would feel a little more safe drafting a FS in the first round, than I would a WR. This years WR class is not very good. Eric Reid, to me, is a safer pick than any WR coming out in the draft this year. Eric Reid and Rashaad Jones would be a wonderful uberella for our secondary. Again, I appreciate your input, and thank you for having an open mind.
     
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    Our first round pick will be a pass rusher WR or TE.
     
  6. DolphinDevil28

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    As big of an LSU freak as I am, I'd be disappointed with that. Eric Reid was a liability in coverage for us this year. I'd rather Mingo or Montgomery at 12 if no big time playmaker on offense is available.
     
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    Why pick the 3rd best safety in the first round?
     
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    miamiron A True Fan

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    Whose going to help Wake with the pass rush?
     
  9. MARSHALL~LAW

    MARSHALL~LAW Well-Known Member

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    Whos telling you that hes the 3rd best safety? T.J. McDonald out of USC will be drafted late in the first rd. and Kenny Vaccaro our of Texas is not a 1st round pick. Who else?

    ---------- Post added at 11:16 AM ---------- Previous post was at 11:16 AM ----------

    I think we get a free agent in here to help with that.
     
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    kcbrown Life is what we make it. Donator

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    I like your draft - but I would go DE or LB at 12 if there are no skill position playmakers worthy.

    I believe that there will be no beast-level TE's available at 12.

    WR's? We'll see...right now, it seems that no WR has a top 15 pick grade - however, one may pull a Stephen Hill at the combine and move up the boards.

    Speaking of Hill, as GT fan I liked the kid, but I think he was drafted too high AND he's going to take 3 years to develop as none of the GT WR's were excellent route runners.

    Megatron (a GT grad as well) is a different story altogether, he is, was and will always be a beast and was worthy of a top 10 pick.

    I think Bey-Bey (Demarious Moore - Broncos) another GT grad is a hell of a ball player too, but I'm not sure he would be our pick if he were coming out this year at #12. Still too high. I could be wrong though.
     
  11. MARSHALL~LAW

    MARSHALL~LAW Well-Known Member

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    I agree, though I do see Buffalo reaching for Keenan Allen at #8.
     
  12. foozool13

    foozool13 #12 #13 #23 #29 #54 #99 Donator

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    :thanks: for the post, but like everyone else...I like mine better. :lol: (See Below)
     
  13. MARSHALL~LAW

    MARSHALL~LAW Well-Known Member

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    I like your draft BUT.....I see Buffalo reaching for Keenan Allen at #8. I wouldnt even draft him at #12 though.
     
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    foozool13 #12 #13 #23 #29 #54 #99 Donator

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    Keenan is an IDEAL pick for a west coast team. His route running doesn't get much better for a player coming out and has deceptive speed because of how well he setups up his defenders with his route running. He has excellent hands and size at 6' 3" 205lbs. He isnt afraid to go over the middle. As a prospect he is very polished. and If Buffalo reaches as you say then so be it, but at #12 its a worthy pick.
     
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    kcbrown Life is what we make it. Donator

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    I guess I need to research Keenan Allen - I saw the YouTube stuff and he looks outstanding. But can someone please tell me if this kid has the goods and is worthy at 12?

    Does he have the body(size-strength)/the leadership/the YAC ability/the work ethic/the "getting into the endzone" ability that we need to pick him at 12 (if he is available)?
     
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    You mean we're gonna go the Joey Porter route to address our pass rushing need?

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  17. MARSHALL~LAW

    MARSHALL~LAW Well-Known Member

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    Hes has good size, hands, and hot route running is good. He drawback is injuries. He is coming off of a pretty serious PCL injury. If he is healthy, I change my pick to him, but again....I believe he is gone by #12.
     
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    man, i hope we draft Manti Teo
     
  19. MarinoEqualsGod

    MarinoEqualsGod The man, the myth, the legend

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    No way we take a TE with the 12th pick. IMO, we'll go DE, CB or WR in the first.

    That being said, I desperately want us to get a really good TE sometime in the first couple round, but the two best TEs (Ertz and Eifert) are both likely to be taken late in the first. What would everyone think about trading a second and a third to move up into the back end of the first and take one of those two TEs? We'd still have a second and third rounder and would pick twice in the first. Is that fair value for a late first rounder, would anyone else do that, am I crazy?
     
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    MarinoEqualsGod The man, the myth, the legend

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    I thought he was 6'1". Although I wouldn't be disappointed if we got him at #12, I'd be equally fine with going a different direction with that pick and selecting C.Patterson, J.Hunter, D.Hopkins or R.Woods with a second rounder. This year's WR class doesn't have an "elite" guy, but this is one of the deepest WR classes I remember in recent years.
     
  21. DolphinDevil28

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    Is this sarcasm? Did you actually see him when he faced an NFL offensive line and a pro-style rushing attack? Kevin Minter is better than Teo.
     
  22. MarinoEqualsGod

    MarinoEqualsGod The man, the myth, the legend

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    He does seem to have a nose for the ball (7 INTs). Hey, lets draft him and turn him into a safety! /sarcasm/
     
  23. Digital

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    This thread should probably be in the Draft Forum tbh.
     
  24. MARSHALL~LAW

    MARSHALL~LAW Well-Known Member

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    This. I agree with you. I'd stay away from Teo. Good kid though.
     
  25. maralieus

    maralieus Lets get those balls deep!!

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    I think they will probably go BPA in the 1st or trade down. I don't see any WR's we would take with the #12 pick, that leads me to think we will trade down and try to pick up another pick. Then draft a Wr at 22 or whatever. but its all just guessing. We all know we will be surprised when the pick comes through.
     

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