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AnAngryAmerican


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 2:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

An idea scenario would be to move back about 10 spots from #28 and get an extra third. Then use our 4th to move up 15 or so spots from #58. We could do a lot of damage with 2 picks in the 35-45 range and then two more in the 75-90 range.

elliot878 wrote:
Russell2Bailey wrote:
If we take a CB in the first 2-3 rounds, I will RAGE.


I'd be ok with a 3rd. I think I've been crying foul about the Denver Post idea that we need a first round corner longer than anyone. A first round corner would be a mistake if we want to prepare for a super bowl run in 2013-14... That first rounder wont see the field.

Whoever our first pick is theyll be expected to see the field and contribute from week 1. Thats how Elway and Fox operate. No rookie cb will see the field enough this year for them to bite on that position in the first.

So, i too will rage, if its a first round cb.

Well you guys might want to get ready to rage. I think it's highly possible that Elway takes a CB with one of our first two picks.
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