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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 5:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

mtdowner wrote:
You have Cards taking two players who will be playing the same position.


I'll be switching their first pick too Ealy.

What would you do in the 2nd?
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JaguarCrazy2832 wrote:
too much syrup, not enough Teddy Bridgewater. id prefer teddy and kyle fuller or Van Noy


Teddy over Clowney?!
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 5:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

IDOG_det wrote:
I still prefer Ebron for the Lions at #10. While it's fairly easy to see that we struggled against the pass last season and just throw a CB there, that's not really the best thing to do. FS was our weakest position in the secondary, and we do have talent at CB, they just got injured a lot last year. Slay showed promise, and Houston had the worst year of his career in Detroit last year. Having a competent coach to teach the DB's should help. If we draft any CB in the first I really think Jason Verrett would be the guy (preferably through a trade down). He has the ability to be drafted high and be a #1 CB, but he could also be the nickel CB when needed (which is where we would need help actually).

Benjamin is nice in the 2nd, but Kyle Fuller would be nice. He can play boundary CB/nickel CB/FS/whatever which would be really nice.


Fair Enough. In the next mock Ebron may no longer be available however.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 5:26 pm    Post subject: Re: hmmm Reply with quote

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Mastercheddaar wrote:
Great Cleveland draft. Love the trade. However I would take Carr in the 2nd and the Guard with #26 so it all works out in the end. With Hyde though, I would probably be looking for a #2 CB or an ILB. Hyde will more than likely be there in the 3rd.

that is all

Mastercheddaar


Agree with Cheddaar on Hyde, but I don't think Carr lasts until the 2nd like he does, so I absolutely love the trade & first 3 picks for the Browns.
Keep drinking that maple syrup!


Thanks guys! I was really excited for Cleveland when I did this draft. I'll keep that in mind about Hyde.
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ttitansfan4life wrote:
I like both Titans picks but who's D.Jackson?


I definitely had a brain fart and mixed up D'Qwell Jackson signing with Indianapolis.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 6:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Two inside linebackers? We kind of don't even need one.


C.J. is ok in the first as BPA, but we really don't need to double dip there.
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Trentwannabe wrote:
JaguarCrazy2832 wrote:
too much syrup, not enough Teddy Bridgewater. id prefer teddy and kyle fuller or Van Noy


Teddy over Clowney?!


Dudes be crazy!
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This board works out great for the Packers, Pryor or Mosley in the first and Amaro or Robinson in the second and you couldn't go wrong. Thank you for not giving us a DE.
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Trentwannabe wrote:
JaguarCrazy2832 wrote:
too much syrup, not enough Teddy Bridgewater. id prefer teddy and kyle fuller or Van Noy


Teddy over Clowney?!


Yes. Teddy over Clowney.

Especially if the alternative is Jimmy Garrapolo. Confused
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We just resigned Strief to a new deal, and Armstead looks to be the LT of the future. WR would be a better choice in the second. Position is good in round 1, but I'm not too high on Roby.
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Tugboat wrote:
Trentwannabe wrote:
JaguarCrazy2832 wrote:
too much syrup, not enough Teddy Bridgewater. id prefer teddy and kyle fuller or Van Noy


Teddy over Clowney?!


Yes. Teddy over Clowney.

Especially if the alternative is Jimmy Garrapolo. Confused


It's because of decisions like this that teams like the Jaguars are perennial celler dwellers.
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I like it for the Hawks, Moses can also play guard and Bryant has a ton of upside.
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you have Arizona taking two OLB/DE's please change one (because we don't need two)
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With Mack and Clowney gone then Robinson is the perfect pick at Rt for the Falcons A+ choice there.

Now 1 question about our 2nd round pick does Ward translate to a FS at the next level? I don't know much about all the safety's quite yet as it just now started being one of our top needs and i haven't had time to look at them all.

I seen you put SS so thats why i asked if he is a SS then were set there with William Moore a Pro Bowl quality top 5 or 7 SS.

Decoud is the one who got cut and he was a terrible FS lol. Good ball hawk but nothing else.

I have seen Joyner and Buchannon's tape a bit and i know they can play FS but not sure on Ward.

Any info on Ward you can provide for him being a FS would be appreciative thanks.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2014 12:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Trentwannabe wrote:
bucstopshere wrote:
This is so bad for the Bucs it needs more maple syrup....

We already have a very good RT in Demar Dotson.

Evans, Barr, Ebron or Manziel make way more sense. Heck even Justin Gilbert makes more sense...

Tuitt has no fit in our defense. A TE or Shazier makes more sense


Maybe they'd kick Dotson inside to Guard? I'll likely make the switch to Manziel or Evans.

I'll give you a TE in the 2nd.


Dotson was a stud at RT, why move him? I hate that everyone thinks that. Well let's take this guy And move a guy that played extremely well...

An explosive WR is a bit more important but if we could get Paul Richardson in the third id be alright with the TE in 2nd
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