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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Ensconatus, Feb 25, 2013.
55 reps and a 4.1
I'd take a risk on that
Imma be really sad if we get the short end of the stick at 10 with no options.
Kc just traded their second for Alex smith. So that drops a qb and most likely takes joeckal.
One less player to push talent to 10
I'm not saying you're wrong. Just that he would be a high draft pick if it wasn't for the ACL thing. Some team will take that gamble in the first. Late but still
Zach Brown didn't work out too bad now did it? Not sure he would be the example I would use.
Every draft you have to weight production and athleticism. Some guys have one or the other and some have both. For every awesome production guy who fails in the NFL there is an awesome athlete who fails and vice versa. Coaching and schemes have a lot to do (understatement) with success at the NFL level.
Someone will still reach for Geno count on it.
I agree he had a terrific season I feel bad for guys like him who get hurt at the end of the year before the draft.
What happens when the Browns take Anash before us?
Yea he will probably go top ten but I was hoping for more qb reaches, like az and raiders as well as the chiefs
What happens when AZ takes Barkley top ten??'
I'm almost certain that the Bills want to select a QB with their 1st round pick. I think the Cardinals might also want to, but i'm confident the Bills are gonna go in that direction.
not the best example, but Brown also played much more college ball than Ansah. He was also a 2nd round pick, not the number 10 pick, but I do see your point. I should have used chris brown or something along those lines. Or even Britt.
I am the last person you want to listen to about the draft, I havent watched college ball in years. What I do know is that he is a huge risk and this team has many needs, we need to hit on our #10 pick, and not take a chance hoping someone will live up to his potential.
We dont have the luxury of gambling like that this year imo.