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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 10:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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1 15 New Orleans LB *Jarvis Jones


Good pick

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3 13 New Orleans MID/G *Travis Frederick


Bad pick. Doesn't fill a need at all. Look at Brandon Williams, NT Southern Missouri or even Bacarri Rambo, S Georgia here. Preferably Williams but both work as picks here and are going later in the same round

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4 12 New Orleans OT *Chris Faulk (injured)


Good pick, OT is definitely more of a need.

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5 11 New Orleans TE Travis Kelce (injured)


Not a bad pick, TE depth is a need, but not huge. Better picks would be a press man CB, S, ILB, deep threat WR, or even another OT like Reid Fragel as our depth at the position is ok with two late round picks, but one is always injury prone, other is project, and another could easily end up inside once Jahri Evan's time is up.

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6 15 New Orleans RB Theo Riddick

Repeat previous pick. Saints don't need another RB, we already have so many that we can't find enough carries for all of them.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Raves wrote:
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1 15 New Orleans LB *Jarvis Jones


Good pick

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3 13 New Orleans MID/G *Travis Frederick


Bad pick. Doesn't fill a need at all. Look at Brandon Williams, NT Southern Missouri or even Bacarri Rambo, S Georgia here. Preferably Williams but both work as picks here and are going later in the same round

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4 12 New Orleans OT *Chris Faulk (injured)


Good pick, OT is definitely more of a need.

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5 11 New Orleans TE Travis Kelce (injured)


Not a bad pick, TE depth is a need, but not huge. Better picks would be a press man CB, S, ILB, deep threat WR, or even another OT like Reid Fragel as our depth at the position is ok with two late round picks, but one is always injury prone, other is project, and another could easily end up inside once Jahri Evan's time is up.

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6 15 New Orleans RB Theo Riddick

Repeat previous pick. Saints don't need another RB, we already have so many that we can't find enough carries for all of them.


Thanks man....Had it marked and everything that NO was moving to a 3-4 and still failed to get them a NT.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pretty bad for Oakland. Barely addressed either line.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Silver&Black88 wrote:
Pretty bad for Oakland. Barely addressed either line.


Was talking about that in an earlier post. I think CB is a need and perhaps taking a defensive lineman instead would of changed the draft picks down the road, but not having the second round IMO really forces Oakland to reach in the later rounds to fill the voids.

Personally, I think Oakland's best move would be to lock down a trading partner even if its less the "draft value".
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

For the Jagaurs, your odd numbered round picks are all pretty bad picks. Short in the 2nd is not terrible although there are better options. As for Wilson in the 4th, that is a great pick. As for RB in the 6th, I really don't see it with MJD and Forsett on the team right now.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I can see the argument that Buffalo needs to fix the line with the departures of Levitre and Rinehart. Still, with Joeckel and Fisher off the board, I'd rather just take Warmack. You'd plug the hole directly, get a better player even if at a lower need position, and not have to shuffle players out of the positions they spend a year or more playing and learning.


I would have to agree with this, also Dion Jordan would possibly be the pick at 8.


Bills also badly need another WR. IMO more to then LB.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ny92jefferis wrote:
Raves wrote:
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1 15 New Orleans LB *Jarvis Jones


Good pick

Quote:
3 13 New Orleans MID/G *Travis Frederick


Bad pick. Doesn't fill a need at all. Look at Brandon Williams, NT Southern Missouri or even Bacarri Rambo, S Georgia here. Preferably Williams but both work as picks here and are going later in the same round

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4 12 New Orleans OT *Chris Faulk (injured)


Good pick, OT is definitely more of a need.

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5 11 New Orleans TE Travis Kelce (injured)


Not a bad pick, TE depth is a need, but not huge. Better picks would be a press man CB, S, ILB, deep threat WR, or even another OT like Reid Fragel as our depth at the position is ok with two late round picks, but one is always injury prone, other is project, and another could easily end up inside once Jahri Evan's time is up.

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6 15 New Orleans RB Theo Riddick

Repeat previous pick. Saints don't need another RB, we already have so many that we can't find enough carries for all of them.


Thanks man....Had it marked and everything that NO was moving to a 3-4 and still failed to get them a NT.


NT isn't a huge need as Hicks is capable of playing both NT and DE, but we need to address the DL as outside of Hicks and Jordan, we have almost no 3-4 DL, Bunkley is ok at NT, but he's not going to do it for us in the long run if Hicks play DE as well.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

JagsFanInNY wrote:
For the Jagaurs, your odd numbered round picks are all pretty bad picks. Short in the 2nd is not terrible although there are better options. As for Wilson in the 4th, that is a great pick. As for RB in the 6th, I really don't see it with MJD and Forsett on the team right now.


Thanks for the input. The running back in the 6th was bpa on the board and you guys did produce some low numbers in the running game last season as well as a low time of possession.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Trentwannabe wrote:
EccentricFan wrote:
I can see the argument that Buffalo needs to fix the line with the departures of Levitre and Rinehart. Still, with Joeckel and Fisher off the board, I'd rather just take Warmack. You'd plug the hole directly, get a better player even if at a lower need position, and not have to shuffle players out of the positions they spend a year or more playing and learning.


I would have to agree with this, also Dion Jordan would possibly be the pick at 8.


Bills also badly need another WR. IMO more to then LB.


What round would you be looking for receiver? 3rd?
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ny92jefferis wrote:
Silver&Black88 wrote:
Pretty bad for Oakland. Barely addressed either line.


Was talking about that in an earlier post. I think CB is a need and perhaps taking a defensive lineman instead would of changed the draft picks down the road, but not having the second round IMO really forces Oakland to reach in the later rounds to fill the voids.

Personally, I think Oakland's best move would be to lock down a trading partner even if its less the "draft value".


We're looking at a few CBs in FA right now. Plus drafting a Man CB in the top 3 is a big time mistake since we run more zone now. Horrible value on top of it too. No matter how you slice it, Dee Milliner at 3 is a bad move for us.

Not trying to be a pain or anything, but thats just whats up.
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Raves wrote:
ny92jefferis wrote:
Raves wrote:
Quote:
1 15 New Orleans LB *Jarvis Jones


Good pick

Quote:
3 13 New Orleans MID/G *Travis Frederick


Bad pick. Doesn't fill a need at all. Look at Brandon Williams, NT Southern Missouri or even Bacarri Rambo, S Georgia here. Preferably Williams but both work as picks here and are going later in the same round

Quote:
4 12 New Orleans OT *Chris Faulk (injured)


Good pick, OT is definitely more of a need.

Quote:
5 11 New Orleans TE Travis Kelce (injured)


Not a bad pick, TE depth is a need, but not huge. Better picks would be a press man CB, S, ILB, deep threat WR, or even another OT like Reid Fragel as our depth at the position is ok with two late round picks, but one is always injury prone, other is project, and another could easily end up inside once Jahri Evan's time is up.

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6 15 New Orleans RB Theo Riddick

Repeat previous pick. Saints don't need another RB, we already have so many that we can't find enough carries for all of them.


Thanks man....Had it marked and everything that NO was moving to a 3-4 and still failed to get them a NT.


NT isn't a huge need as Hicks is capable of playing both NT and DE, but we need to address the DL as outside of Hicks and Jordan, we have almost no 3-4 DL, Bunkley is ok at NT, but he's not going to do it for us in the long run if Hicks play DE as well.


Some DE/OLB tweener types?
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Silver&Black88 wrote:
ny92jefferis wrote:
Silver&Black88 wrote:
Pretty bad for Oakland. Barely addressed either line.


Was talking about that in an earlier post. I think CB is a need and perhaps taking a defensive lineman instead would of changed the draft picks down the road, but not having the second round IMO really forces Oakland to reach in the later rounds to fill the voids.

Personally, I think Oakland's best move would be to lock down a trading partner even if its less the "draft value".


We're looking at a few CBs in FA right now. Plus drafting a Man CB in the top 3 is a big time mistake since we run more zone now. Horrible value on top of it too. No matter how you slice it, Dee Milliner at 3 is a bad move for us.

Not trying to be a pain or anything, but thats just whats up.


Won't argue that, you know your team better than me. Its like I don't want linebacker for my giants in the first unless its Jones.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great first three rounds for the Cards. Would rather have Monte Ball in e fourth. A DT doesn't make much sense but I could live with it, just seems like a waste of a pick
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

LuckyNumber11 wrote:
Great first three rounds for the Cards. Would rather have Monte Ball in e fourth. A DT doesn't make much sense but I could live with it, just seems like a waste of a pick


Thanks. I love the big uglies and Barnes is every bit of 369 lbs of ugly. Can't ever have enough on the roster, imo.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sorry man but its pretty awful for Philadelphia.

Ogletree in the second round is a bad pick. Tyler Wilson following him ruined it completely.
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