Michigan players improve stock. (Hart/Manningham)

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Deuce Wayne, Mar 18, 2008.

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  1. Soxcat

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    The Indy track didn't seem to slow up Chris Johnson or McFadden. I guess thsoe guys could run in the sub 4.2s if they ran out in Texas.
    Besides some cooked up fast 40 time just means it is bogus and not realistic so we should go by the Indy times anyway keeping all things equal. Also, the Indy times are electronic so you don't have some homer purposefully waiting 5yards to start his watch.
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  2. utdtitans

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    Actually I'm just a college football fan that watches games from every conference. I would also like to think that ou and ut are respectable teams. And why do you even say he has 4.3 speed? Is it that hard to write 4.38 speed (even though I still don't believe that) We could also say he has 4 flat speed because it's in the 4's.
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  3. For anyone that says that Hart, Henne, and Manningham wont be great picks in the draft because of this last season is just plane ignorant. App state could beat any Division 1 team on any given Saturday and that is exactly why no one else will play them. The three of these players all had excellent careers at Michigan and the Titans should just on Manningham if he is still available come their pick. Manningham is more than a reciever, he is plain and simply a total athlete.
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  4. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    Why would I say he runs a 4.3? 1. Because he does. and 2. You don't torch every corner you line up on if you're slow. He's always been known as a burner. A burner that actually runs good routes.
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  5. Alex1939

    Alex1939 Old Man Tip Jar Donor

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    :ha: Another delusional Michigan fan?


    Manningham has a chance to be a good pro. I'd be happy if the Titans draft him, but he's not my first choice for WR.

    Hart will do nothing. He may have one decent season as a backup but I can't see him being anymore than that.

    Henne will suck. I don't see him doing well in the NFL at all.
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  6. Kid Gloves

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    I was sending out a little.... :sarcasm:

    in Titan2008's honor. Hence, the :rolleyes:!
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  7. HorusKing

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    I think Desean Jackson and Limas Sweed are better fits for us than Manningham would be. I think that we also need to focus on a running back with speed in the second or 3rd round.
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  8. PAtitansfan53

    PAtitansfan53 Kush & OJ

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    Too many Limas Sweed homers in here for some reason.....I'd take these WR's before him...

    James Hardy
    Malcolm Kelly
    Devin Thomas
    DeSean Jackson
    Mario Mannigham

    He didn't do half of what any of those WR's did plus he's slower in games and has durability.
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  9. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    App State would crush UT. Michigan is terrible vs the spread, but UT is even worse.
    And sorry KG, I thought for a second that it was, but you know how text works.

    Manningham > Baylen Edwards. And I'm sure nobody would mind having him.
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  10. Architect

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    :eek: :shocked:

    Draft him now!
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