Drafttek 4 rounds....

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Bobo, Jan 1, 2008.

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  1. Bobo

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    I've seen Early make some excellent plays. I don't know why he hasn't put up better #'s. Didn't catch my eye as much as Bowe, and I'd guess he's maybe a 2nd rounder at least in comparison to Bowe.
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  2. MDTitansFan

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    sounds like the guy the titans will draft...i know what jeff fish is thinking, he will develop nicely, the injuries are apart of football, he will learn how to catch being a titans:moon2:
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  4. Bobo

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    I like their latest mock a lot.

    1. WR Malcolm Kelly - good, big WR

    2. DT Trevor Laws - quick, non stop motor

    3. DE Johnny Dingle - don't know much about him, but he had a very good Jr year

    4. TE Brad Cottam - I think most know he has pretty good potential

    5. RB Tashard Choice - a steal in the 5th imo

    6. CB Jonathan Zenon - if we had a 6th, he seems like another steal here

    7. OT Brandon Keith - massive guy, and probably plays OG no problem

    Offensive weapons, d and o line depth (potential starters), and a RB who could fight for the #2....I like it.
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  5. Austin_Bill

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    Our 1st 3 picks really need to be playmakers.

    I would go Receiver, TE, and possibly runningback. Much of it really goes buy who is available when we pick.

    The receivers I like are
    1. Jackson
    2. Manningham
    3. Kelly

    The TE I like are
    1. Matellus Bennett
    2. Jermichal Finley

    the runningback I like are
    1. Jamal Charles

    Like I said in other threads it now looks like Charles has moved into the 1st round and we are probably not going to take him in the 1st unless our coaches see him the same way I do. But my guess is by the time the draft rolls around he will be taken long before we get the chance to pick.

    If the draft works out the way it is now shaping up I would take

    1. WR Mario Manningham
    2. TE Matellus Bennett
    3. DT Frank Okam
    4. CB Justin King
    5. DE Tommie Blake
    6. RB Justin Forsett
    7. OG Shannon Tevaga
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  6. Bobo

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    Here's their latest, kinda interesting.

    1. WR Devine Thomas

    2. DT Dre Moore

    3. OLB/DE Shawn Crable

    4. DE Brian Johnston

    5. OG Drew Radovich

    6. RB Justin Forsett

    7. FS Dominique Barber

    I'd feel better about Thomas is he was more than just a one year wonder and had better hands. OTOH, he can help with speed and return ability.

    Dre Moore sounds good. Crable is kinda odd because he really seems like the 3-4 OLB type. He was prety skinny when I saw him, kinda like Manny Lawson. Johnston looks like a decent mid round pickup.
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  7. The Playmaker

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    Not a big fan of that one.^
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  8. PAtitansfan53

    PAtitansfan53 Kush & OJ

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    I'm feeling something like:

    1. Phillip Merling DE Clemson - Need someone to be a full time DE. Merling is good vs. the run and provides a good pass rush.

    2. Jordy Nelson WR Kansas St. - Heimerdinger falls in love with this kid and gets the FO to snag him. Big and fast WR who is physical and productive.

    3. Eddie Royal WR Virginia Tech - Revamping the WR core continues, we grab speed and a great return man. His good hands will help as well.

    4. Jack Williams CB Kent St. -CB is definitely in need of some fresh blood. Williams might lack prototype size but he is a fiesty corner who is best in man to man coverage. His 4.33 speed and 41 inch vertical more than make up for his size.

    5. Chad Rinehart G/T Northern Iowa - Small school prospect that has moved up draft boards. Better suited as a G but can play T in a pinch. Very good run blocker.

    7. Jason Shirley DT Fresno St. - Massive DT at 330 but can move running a sub 5.00 40 time. Picked because of his potential to be very good rather than his production in college which didn't match his athleticism or talent. Washburn should be able to get through to him.

    I think we will get a 4-5 round comp. pick which could be used on another CB/DT/ or a RB.
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  9. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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  10. PAtitansfan53

    PAtitansfan53 Kush & OJ

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    Changed a bit but care to eloborate on why you would hurl.
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