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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by TheSureThing, Apr 18, 2013.
That's irrelevant to me.
are you kidding? He torched every defense in the SEC at least once and even out muscled the likes of Florida and Miss St. Yeah he didn't light up the stat sheet, but I'd like to see stats showing his targets and how many balls were catch-able..
He has made some mistakes on punt returns, allowing the ball to go over his head or catching the punt too close to the goal line.
He's a one year wonder, drops too many balls, terrible route runner, but a great athlete. Don't get caught up on combine #s. There's alot of fast/athletic WRs that don't pan out, ever. I'm not saying Cordarelle can't be a stud, but i'm not willing to risk #10 on a project.
Just my thought. If this was next year and we didn't have Kenny.. i'd consider it. Too many other needs (OG, DE, DT, or CB) to go WR Rd 1. I'm not hating on Patterson, just saying it's not logical.
I'm convinced he's either the next Randy Moss or the next Darius Heyward-Bey.....Gotta risk it for the biscuit!
wtf this 'Murika, get outta here with your biscuit you yank.
How many Super Bowl wins does Randy Moss have? Same number as Heyward-Bey.
Point is, you don't build a championship team by reaching for a project WR, or any WR, at number 10. You draft sure fire talent. Whether that's a guard or a corner or a DE, whatever, you make sure that pick will stick. Put that on your biscuit.
Hmm... I don't have anything intelligent to say, so I'll post a meme.
I guess you win.
The comparison of Patterson to moss was humorous. Hunter is far more like Moss.
Patterson was spectacular running with a football under his arm. We don't really need a running back or a return man what we need is a WR who can work up field and outside the hash marks. We don't need a slot guy or a catch and run guy.
Hopkins and Hunter fit what we need and we could get one of them at 39.