2nd round wishlist.

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by nickmsmith, Apr 29, 2011.

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  1. ScotTitan

    ScotTitan Starter

    Bowers is worth a risk at 39(or Higher), Ayers can cover TE's, Austin and Paea if those two are gone. Could always trade down a wee bit.
    I closed my eyes just before Goddell gave our pick and just prayed it was Locker not Gabbert. Delighted.

    Alot of first round talent available in round two now. Tonight should be great.
  2. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x The Real Slim Shady

    #1 - DaQuan Bowers
    #2 - Akeem Ayers
    #3 - Stephen Paea
    #4 - Martez Wilson
    #5 - Rahim Moore

    In that order.
  3. Finnebosch

    Finnebosch I am vengeance.

    Stephen Paea
    Da'Quan Bowers

    In fact, trade up for Bowers then take Paea at #39
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  4. tomachek2009

    tomachek2009 LEGEND

    Moore, Rahim FS 6'0" 202 UCLA
    Little, Greg WR 6'3" 220 North Carolina
    Wilson, Martez OLB 6'4" 250 Illinois
    Sturdivant, Quan LB 6'1" 241 North Carolina
    Austin, Marvin DL 6'2" 309 North Carolina
    Paea, Stephen DT 6'1" 303 Oregon St.

    In no particular order this is my 2nd round wishlist

    Ideally I would love either Paea or Wilson

    I believe with Pats with get Ayers
    Cinci, Bills, 49ERS, Cards will be fighting over the last of the Qb
    Leaving us to the pick of the best defensive players left

    Greg Little I would love to see us get in the 3rd or 4th I put him on my day two wish list because ive heard of him moving up the board with the recent Kenny Britt stuff going on it will be nice to get another big physical reciever since I believe we are looking for one since we brought in Randy Moss last year
  5. Nash

    Nash Starter

    Austin or Paea would begin to solve our next problem.. getting bigger at DT.. hopefully we either move, trade, or release Jovan Haye.. also would love to see Jason Jones at LDE..
  6. Architect

    Architect Pain Train

    Im all for Greg Little if we trade down or in the next round. He is going to be a steal
  7. tomachek2009

    tomachek2009 LEGEND

    AGREED. I really hope he falls to us in the 3rd or we move back up into the second to get him, but i doubt we will even take a chance on him
  8. titanbuoy

    titanbuoy medium rare ®

    Other than Bowers (let someone else worry about that knee), I'd be intrigued by any of the top D players left on the board. Marvin Austin or Aaron Williams would likely be my top choices. In Williams case I simply like the kid... and perhaps having him on the club may inspire Griff to raise his game (setting an example for his new Longhorn DB teammate). Martez Wilson also seems like a solid choice... any way it falls the Titans should be able to pick up a solid player.... an instant starter

    I'm praying the Titans and Munch land Wisniewski in the third (Munchak getting to draft a fellow Penn State guard... and the son of a peer). Rodney Hudson or bRuce Carter would be a decent fall back options in the third if Wisniewski is gone.
  9. Titanic_Sub

    Titanic_Sub Starter

    Austin, Paea, or Bowers for me. Bowers worries me with his knee injury, but I think it would be worth the risk, he is an elite talent, and if he stays healthy than we more or less got our QB of choice, and a top 10 defensive prospect, plus if his knee does turn out to be a problem it's not like we're hooped because of it.
  10. Titans2004

    Titans2004 Pro Bowler

    The rest of the draft you go BPA. You totally forget about need. You take guys with high potential and worry about filling out your roster in FA.

    One guy that hasn't been mentioned yet is Kyle Rudolph.

    I think he could be very similar to Heath Miller.

    Then we could turn Cook into the BIG WR opposite Britt. Having Cook put his hand in the dirt is a total waste of his talent. Cook needs to be lined up in the slot or out wide.

    I'm not an Ayers fan. Film doesn't impress me much and his combine and proday workouts show that he lacks explosion.
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