2nd round wishlist.

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  1. Titanup1982

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    Bowers or Bowers or Bowers haha. I'll take Paea, also.

    I'll be sweating it out while the teams pick ahead of us. I have a feeling someone will get Bowers before we get the chance.
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  2. SuperFreak90

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    Paea, Ayers or Bowers would be great. I'm like alot of other people on here, they need to go best player available.
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  3. Soxcat

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    Either way it does look like we will get a quality defensive player which is good.
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  4. reo

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    Paea or Bowers. I'd also be interested in trading a pick next year to move up and get both.




    btw Nash, sorry I couldn't make it to your draft party. hope it went well. I'm from northern AL and had the tornados to deal w/ the day before.
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  5. The Playmaker

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    Paea or Bowers for sure.
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  6. Jwill1919

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    Brandon Roy?
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  7. Sir_Titan

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    No to Bowers please! Our DL needs the help sure but he would be hurt too much and like they've said before, he's a one-contract player if he's lucky. A good player with a bad knee doesn't mix well.
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  8. reo

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    yeah but at what point is a top 5 talent, 1 contract player worth it? we're getting to that point.
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  9. RavensShallBurn

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    Well Rahim Moore, Da'Quan Bowers, Marvin Austin, Stephen Paea, Akeem Ayers are all still available.

    I'd be shocked if we didn't end up with one of these guys. I think I prefer Moore over the others, but would be fine with anyone I mentioned.
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  10. Sir_Titan

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    A big-time OT will help us out tremendously... especially at the guard position. Palmer's offense is very run heavy and we would not only need the protection for CJ but for whoever is playing quarterback at the time. There is no sense in developing a new QB if we can't protect the guy enough for him to develop. Velasco can't back-up everywhere.

    Since Derek Sherrod is gone, Benjamin Ijalana would be the next best G at this point.

    Defense is where we will likely go with the first pick in the second round. Munch and the FO gave in to the demanding fist-pounding antics of Palmer and went offense first time around, now it's time to kick the defense in the *ss.

    I'm not completely sold on Sen'Derrick Marks and his ability to stay healthly for an extended period of time. Although I still hold some reservations with Marvin Austin he would be a tremendous upgrade to the position over Marks. I like Nevis' motor, but he is undersized and I'm worried about run stopping ability. Stephen Paea could eventually turn into something special but needs some work to polish him up, but can we wait for that? Ayers could be the pick but unless you move him to DE on the right-side he would be stuck behind Witherspoon and McRath at OLB.

    One thing is for sure, there is alot to choose from at this point.
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