"Draft Daddy" Two Round Mocktacular

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  1. titanbuoy

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  2. fitantitans

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    JJ Watt, a Wisconsin boy. 6-6 @290 DT
    Mike Pouncey, 6-4 @310 C
    The Titans wanted to get bigger on the line. But this isn't FisherBall anymore, this is the Munch Bunch. Who knows what direction he'll take.
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  3. JCBRAVE

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    The real question I have is; who do we go for in round 3?

    This Pouncey is a G, what are we to do about needing a C?
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    Put LeRoy Harris there, where he should be.
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    I'm really curious where JJ Watt ends up being drafted. I think 8 might be 5-10 picks too high, maybe.

    I'd be ecstatic if we draft Pouncey in the 2nd round.
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  6. chamgel2

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    So we pass on Fairley at #8, and come out of the first two rounds without a QB? Barring an unforeseen trade for Palmer, Kolb, Orton, or Flynn, there is noway doing that could be seen as a successful draft.

    I should note that I have no problem with either of the guys they have us taking, but QB has to be addressed.
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  7. steverife

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    Bower/Quinn 20/21?
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  8. RavensShallBurn

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    Pretty terrible mock. They have too many guys dropping way too far.
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    I just don't agree. We should not force ourselves to take a QB at #8 or in the 2nd round unless the front office and coaches are set on that QB being the QB of the future.

    Barring several major breakout players in 2011, we aren't a superbowl contender, so we don't HAVE to draft the future franchise QB this year. We might end up finding that QB as a free agent this year or even next.
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  10. chamgel2

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    If QB is addressed elsewhere, or If there are no QBs the front office likes, then I agree, but those are two pretty big ifs. QB is not a position you wait on if there is a guy there you like. I'm in the camp that believes they need to find that guy and be aggressive to get him. If there isnt one they like, then we have to find another route, but something tells me that wont be the case.
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