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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Xplayer52, Mar 14, 2007.
DE! A devistating pass rush would make Lamont look like an NFL safety.
That could never happen.
As much as i would love for us to get our hands on Ginn, i'd rather we have a solid defense first. I'd go with safety, and try to make up for WR with our later picks or even through a trade.
if the secondary makes the QB hold onto the ball longer .......
if the QB is pressured into making errant reads .......
unless we are able to snag Gaines Adams ,Jamaal Anderson or Adam Carriker I wouldn't reach out for Moss or Spencer
there's a good bunch of S and CB available at that time (possibly) and BPA @ #19 appears to be in that group
then there's always Ginn / Meacham / Bowe and Jarret
of the strength of the draft during that particular time, S (imo) should be the most loaded ..... I could almost see us taking Reggie Nelson here if available
if Landry is there @ 19 then that would be a blessing
DE- biggest need
Safety we can get Hamlin and plenty of WR's in 2nd round.
I think we should go towards Safety, but at the moment it looks like receiver could be a more likely option than before, say a couple of months back...
Safety, we need someone to complement the otherside of the field... That would be the side other than Hope's side...
To the people who said "DE":
You guys are like goldfish: short term memories.
None of these guys are rated the prospect that Mario Williams was last year, and look what he did. This is a deep draft for DE, and is just as uncertain. Did Mario Williams outproduce Travis LaBoy? I don't think we're getting more here by drafting higher for the position. I think we could take anyone from Adam Carriker all the way down to Jay Moore or Francis in round three to four. If they're not going to outproduce Travis LaBoy, why spend a high draft pick on them? No reason at all. I feel a lot more certain about the top few safeties and WRs than the top DEs. Anything could happen, but even when you gamble, you usually do so with a degree of certainty.