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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by yanek27, Jan 2, 2011.
Not only all that, but we actually get the easiest SOS in the division next year because of Houston's win. We owe a few teams some thank you cards from today's games.
resign albert and draft a qb
gotta resign big al and draft qb. only way to go.
No doubt. I'd love to see us get Akamura in the first. LB/S/DT/OL would also be ok with me. The other thing about the 8 spot would be if some vets at those positions become available we'll have good picks to offer.
Well we play the AFC North and NFC South opponents, so it's still not completely a walk in the park
wiki claims we'll play at Buffalo and home against Denver; yep we get it based on worse division record
I agree with big al. He should be real cheap too.
But as for QB, I don't think we will/should reach for Mallett or Locker. So which QB, and what round?
And please no Palmer, Fitzgerald or Orton. We need a QB for the next decade, not a band-aid for another one or 2 years (i.e. collins).
well Luck's already gone
other options include gabbert, Newton, and a few more...but I'm not sure anyone warrants a top 10 pick
that is the question
besides luck who is the qb that is going to give you ten good years? we need to find that person. we need the next sam bradford. good player, staying healthy and wants to win.
I'd be more then fine with Mallett, and don't think it would be a reach at pick 8 or 9. I would also be fine with Pat Devlin or Ricky Stanzi in round 2. Other then that, you bring in in a vet, and wait on the QB heavy 2012 draft.
exactly. i guess its more about who falls into later rounds. we have a lot of needs to address. i just hope a qb falls at the right time.