eric ebron

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by sirjesse, Apr 23, 2014.

  1. JR1980

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    I'd take Kelvin Benjamin in a heartbeat. That dude is filthy good and a ball hog...I watched him blow CB's up at the line often...
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  2. RavensShallBurn

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    There's no way he makes it out of the first round though. A lot of those teams 25-32 are in serious need of a WR, especially the Panthers.
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  3. JR1980

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    Yeah I agree....I think he can be as good if not better than Evans hands down...Watch his film...FILTHY!
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  4. Ontario Titan

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    Whiz liked Fitzpatrick too...he's now a Texan...I'd be nervous if I was Stevens lol
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  5. JCBRAVE

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    Stevens is at least good at what he's asked to do, what did Fitz ever do right?
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  6. The Hammer

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    The Ponies shirt
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  7. JCBRAVE

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    I think thats why he was cut
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  8. Msut10

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    Im a few pages late but honestly Ebron isnt going to be the next Gronk. He's going to be the next Finely. Ask a Packers fan about him and you'll understand how bad this could backfire on us! The dude is really good at getting open and subsequently gets like 8 balls a game. Then proceeds to catch like 1/3 of that. PASS!

    As far as Taylor Thompson is concerned he's fine. I think that dude is the closest thing we have on offense to a bulldozer he is a beast as far as blocking goes.
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  9. RollTide

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    Benjamin is similar in size to Ebron and if Ebron's appeal is as a slot receiver you might as well trade back 10-15 spots and take Benjamin. Ebron is not going to be a better receiving threat than Benjamin and Benjamin can play on the outside. Not sure about Ebron.

    Call me old fashioned by my idea of a TE is a guy who can block linebackers and get you 6 yards on a 3rd and 5. The ability to get down the field and play in space is a bonus and the top TEs can do that.

    I want to clarify my comparison of Sefarian-Jenkins to Mercedes Lewis. Lewis is a big physical TE who seems to be 7 feet 350 lbs when he plays against us. Lewis is a good player not a great player but what if you had a guy that big who has the speed to get down the field?

    Somebody asked if Armaro was like Jared Cook. No not at all. He's big, about as big and strong as Craig Stevens but a very polished receiver who runs great routes. He's a good blocker with a lot of experience blocking on the move and in space. Stevens was barely used as a receiver in college Amaro had over 100 catches.

    Sefarian-Jenkins and Amaro are big physical football players not glorified WRs.
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  10. Titanup1982

    Titanup1982 Pro Bowler

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    Damn sure does seem like it.
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