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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by J Falk, Mar 5, 2013.
I almost high-fived you, then I saw that bit about Mathieu.
Why don't you like Mathieu?
I would be down with Leodis McKelvin. He is not a starter but is a strong NB. And an amazing return guy. Be nice to have a return guy who can also contribute as a return guy.
Plus, it would give someone to talk to as Leodis also sounds like Boomhauer when he talks
He's cuntry! I admire the fact that he went back and got his degree. Gotta love the accent.
He's short, didn't cover well in college and doesn't project to the outside. We have a guy who has shown he can excel at NB in Verner, we need someone outside.
Revis and Sherman would have been highly exposed in our scheme and lack of consistent pressure last year.
This is the main reason why I think CB is not really an issue that needs to be addressed early.
I'd agree with that. I'd prefer to go Tank (or another DE) or a 0-tech NT with our 2nd, before we went CB.
Blidi Wreh Wilson - I wanted us to sneak him on a private jet to Nashville in the 4th round, but he is climbing up everyone's board these days and probably won't even sniff the late 2nd.
If we must take a CB in the 2nd, I want Jamar Taylor. He is the next Cortland Finnegan.
Like I've said before, cornerbacks are too expensive...we won't get one of the good ones. I believe Amerson could possibly be our best cover corner and it would allow us to move Verner back to the slot where he would dominate. You all are very naive if you don't think corner is a huge need(did you even watch us play?). Sensaubaugh and Tommie Campbell are backups for life. Yes, I like them as backups and special teams players, but if you think one of them will ever start for us you're crazy.
I'm down for getting a DRC or Sean Smith in free agency, but they will want a lot of money that we won't throw at them. Why not get a 6'1 CB in the 2nd round that has proven that he can(and probably will) be a great player.