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13th overall pick...done deal

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by vinceisalive, Jan 3, 2010.

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  1. PAtitansfan53

    PAtitansfan53 Kush & OJ

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    I like Brian Price and could definitely see him as our pick. Weatherspoon hasn't looked like his dominant self lately and see him slipping into late 1st early 2nd.

    I would like to see us trade down if we can still get our guy say Brandon Graham/Patrick Robinson. I hope JPP and Romeus declares they could both be around at our pick or later.

    Whats everyones thoughts on Graham he reminds me of Woodley another Michigan alum?
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  2. GLinks

    GLinks Titans on the Rise

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    I like Brandon Graham. I also like Donovan Warren, CB from Michigan.

    Also looking at:

    Brian Price, DT, UCLA
    Sean Weatherspoon, LB, Mizzou
    Jason Paul Pierre, DE, South Florida
    Jerry Hughes, DE, TCU

    Would of course consider Derrick Morgan, Joe Haden and Rolando McClain, but not sure any of those would be there at #17 (assuming worst case scenario).
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  3. Austin_Bill

    Austin_Bill Camp Fodder

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    The way I see it our needs are DT, DE, CB, and OG, maybe a TE or WR if a great one drops in our lap like say Dez Bryant or Jermaine Gresham.

    The DTs I like are both going off the board early that leaves Price. There should be some good DE but I really like the kid from Georgia Tech or Sergio Kindle from Texas. I also like Jerry Huges, but for some reason I think he has the same issue Brian Cushing has. Chemically induced greatness.

    At CB I don't see too many impact guys available that I would take in the first round all the impact guys are safeties so they are really unneeded.
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  4. PAtitansfan53

    PAtitansfan53 Kush & OJ

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    We already have a Jermaine Gresham type in Jared Cook who will light it up once Bo takes his average game else where.

    Jerry Hughes on tha juice? Have you seen him? He's very undersized for a DE and will most likely go to a 3-4 team looking for a OLB with pass rush skills. I don't get how you can call that out without any sources or info to back up your claim. He's not a thick and dense looking dude like Cushing who I'm pretty sure never tested positive. Cushing is a beast because of his size/speed/football IQ/ and instincts with the last two being more important. Keglar would be a beast if he had instincts and a football IQ but he just has size/speed and isn't and won't be very good.

    It's like Barry Bonds people act like steroids hit all his HR's and his incredible hand eye coordination, plate discipline, and quick compact swing had nothing to do with his success. Get real muscle isn't everything. Chemically induced greatness...so A-Rod, Bonds wouldn't have been good without juice? Rediculous if your bad and use your still gonna be bad just a little bigger/stronger if your great and you use your still gonna be great.

    end rant/
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  5. TitansBlue

    TitansBlue Camp Fodder

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    someone should change the title to reflect that we're picking 16/17
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  6. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    Brandon Graham should have broken Woodley's sack record... if that tells you anything.
    He was the ONLY player on UM's defense that did anything well this year. He's got tons of heart and kills people.


    I'd LOVE to have him at either LB or DE. Either, he'd be a nightmare for opposing teams.
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  7. Pacman 4 HoF

    Pacman 4 HoF Special Teams Standout

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    we need to trade down for 2 second rounders. or a late 1st, early second. DLinemen are deep and i dont really know of any highly ranked CBs beside hayden and the florida state guy

    late 1st, early second would actually be pure money if thats even a reasonable trade, i dont know
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  8. Carp

    Carp Special Teams Standout

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    Yeah Berry won't make it past the 3rd pick. He may even go first overall. People are saying he's the best S to come out of college since the late Sean Taylor. They are calling him a Ed Reed clone. Suh is great as well, but the Berry is the best player in this draft and is about as sure of a bet as you can get. If I had the number 1 pick, I'm picking Berry.
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  9. Carp

    Carp Special Teams Standout

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    While Bonds was great prior to taking steroids, his numbers obviously spiked after taking them. Steroids are called a "performance enhancer" for a reason.
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  10. BigD73OT

    BigD73OT NFL Free Agent

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    I agree, I think we should trade down to get a late first and a second.
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