Brian Robiskie/ Jared Cook

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  1. RollTide

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    Both ohio state Wrs are solid route runners and can catch the ball. Robislie in rd 2 or hartline in rd 3 would be worth consideration.

    Jared cook would be a real nice guy to have for the next 5-6 years. I would strongly consider him for our first pick.
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  2. JayMizzle

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    To have Jared Cook...man our team needs that physical presence on the offensive side, Alge is showing his age. Cook is a beast, I saw him doing the combine yesterday, he is built like a steel wall.

    Brian Robiskie could really help out the load on the receivers, he is a hard worker from what I see. He runs hard every play and you can just see that he takes football seriously. Not just playing to get that paycheck. I believe he could really contribute and boost our offensive fire power. WE need that "UMPH" to the passing game.

    Good observation GLINKS
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  3. Ubiq

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    Robiskie may have combine'd his way into the 1st round. If we want a shot at him we either take him at 30 or trade back a couple of spots. No way he's there at pick 62.

    Reminds me a lot of one of his dad's WRs...Roddy White.
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  4. Deuce Wayne

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    The first time I saw Jared Cook play, I wanted him in a Titans uniform ASAP. Much like Morgan Burnett now. He's a monster.
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  5. Brian

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    Agree and Disagree.

    Agree that Robiskie is not worth a 1st round pick. IMO he's a second tier wide-out.

    Disagree on Gonzalez. He's a slot machine. Well worth a 1st round pick IMO.
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  6. Eddyc85

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    As an Ohio State fan and having seen every one of Robiskie's games he's nothing like White. Robiskie stinks, take my word for it, you don't want him on this team.
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  7. GLinks

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    Okay. I think we get it. :lol: If you're right, I hope we don't get him.
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  8. Soxcat

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    If you are saying Gonzalez is a slot WR I'm not sure there are many of those guys worth a 1st round pick. Harvin might be an exception because he can get big yards after the catch. I honetly believe if we had a guy like Gonzalez on the Titans as a 1st round pick we would be dissapointed because he isn't a great playmaker. Maybe I'm wrong but I don't see him as much more than Hawkins.
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  9. GLinks

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    I'm with you. I don't see why not. People are like, "but we got Scaife." Hmm. Gone after a year, possibly. Crumpler gone after a year. Stevens, what is he? Well, we know he's a blocking TE at least. Let's get Cook and freak teams out some more. This guy's going to demand double coverage flying down the seam. LB and safety, buh-bye. Put him out wide, he can bludgeon a corner at the line and take off. This is a guy even Vince should be able to throw to. Let's just take a guy like this rather than get a Tony Gonzalez. Probably looking at 5 years, $12M, like CJ last year at #24. Heimi and Zimmy are probably going nuts. This guy converted from WR as well. I think I'd take this guy over Pettigrew.
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  10. GLinks

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    I think it depends on what you have and what that guy is giving you. I'd give a first for Wes Welker. I think the the thing is they shouldn't be slot-exclusive. Gonzalez can lineup outside as well. I would give a first for a guy "who can make plays from the slot" as well as outside. Jones, Washington, Harvin, Hawkins should all be players who fit that to one degree or another. Lance Moore.
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