Jeremy Hill, Hyde, Tre Mason

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  1. Wolverine

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    And your not going to get production from a late round back?
    5th Stacy
    6th Ellington
    6th Morris
    3rd Ridley

    There is a lot more productive RB in the later rounds that can be named but those are the most noticeable. Not including all the UDFA that are having success.
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  2. RavensShallBurn

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    He had sex with a 14 year old when he was 18 in high school.

    That's pretty much statutory rape, and carnal knowledge would mean he was well aware of her age, I think.

    Not good, but I still think we'll take him.
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  3. The Hammer

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    There are but it is still a diamond in the rough thing. For each of those guys you mentioned there are give other guys who never did much of anything. The Titans have never actually gotten anything out of an RB taken beyond the third round. Ringer was actually the best RB we have had that was taken later than the third. Pretty sad :(

    There is a much much better chance of getting another Ringer or Jamie Harper than there is another Zac Stacy.
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  4. JR1980

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    I don't disagree, and there are many backs I like in the draft. I don't care where they get a good one, if it is later and someone good is sitting there, that's awesome! That isn't always the case though. My point was, we do need a back to get the bulk of the carries and the organization has said that.
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  5. HeadOnASwivel

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    Hill, no question the best of the group.
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  6. JR1980

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    I really like his running style. Hyde worries me, just a little bit for some reason, but I love his aggressive running style. He could pull a Lendale or T Richardson though possibly..lol. Give me any of these guys, or Sims and I am happy. What do you guys think about Sankey? I don't know much about him.
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  7. Wolverine

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    Greene was a lead back for Jets, yeah he got hurt early on and it hampered him the majority of the season. Before that he was pretty stable health wise. He's a good talent, however I do realize we need depth and better production at the position. Round 3-4 is the sweet spot for me.

    Also what happen to all the love for Ka'Deem Carey.
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  8. JR1980

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    Exactly! That is why I am praying they trade back and grab some extra picks, win-win for everyone and we fill needs with good quality.
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  9. The Hammer

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    Even with all I said about later RBs it is pretty much the same for all positions. So why not roll the dice if you like someone. I kinda like Lorenzo Taliaferro

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  10. The Hammer

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    I am hoping a trade back with SF to 30. They have a ton of extra picks and are looking to move up. The team figures they have more picks than expected open roster spots. Grab Jimmy G at 30 and go from there.
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