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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by corymiller, Jan 2, 2013.
I understand he was hurt. He's been hurt his entire career. Dates all the way back to college.
I've said it numerous times, turn him into the worlds best back-up MLB and move on. At that point anything he does is a bonus, like toppings on ice cream.
I wouldn't be willing to give up on our second round pick so quickly. If anything, I'd rather have an extra second and a later first. We need preferably 3 starters out of this draft.
Guard. Safety, (DT/MLB)
Basically how I see it. If we could trade back and get Warmack in the first and Elam at the top of the second, the third cat wouldn't even really bother me if we missed on him.
For the people that are thinking Safety at #10...how did Barron do this season? I was high on him but I wouldn't of picked him at #20 last draft even if he was there.
Out of the three options, DL/DT.
I would like to see a QB in the first 2-3 rounds, as an insurance policy, so they and our 2014 top 5 overall pick can fight for the job once Locker is gone.
#10 is simply too good of a pick to blow on an interior OL. Safety and CB are needs.. but I feel like a pick there would be a waste as well.
Barron started all 16 games and had 1 INT, 10 break ups, 1 FF, and 89 tackles
Pff graded him a (-4.9)
I didn't watch him much so it's hard to say, but I trust their judgement.
DL, OL, or DB?
My answer is YES
You know, thats a decent idea. We could draft Teo (if he falls) and draft Warmack if we can trade a few picks to move back into the first early enough to get him.