Players you don't want drafted at #10

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by edward nigma, Apr 4, 2013.

  1. RollTide

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    Alabama did not have that great a pass rush last year. None of their 5 up front players was an exceptional pass rusher. Nobody like Upshaw.

    Milliner made numerous exceptional plays throughout the year. He has exceptional ball skills and tackles and plays the run like a safety.He is simply the best Cb in this draft.
     
  2. RollTide

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    What is the difference between Mingo and Zach Brown physically or athletically? 2 very similar guys except they played different positions in college.

    Brown has 4.44 speed and can blitz off the edge but we know he can also play as a will backer and is great in coverage.

    Unless they just like the idea of getting another great athlete to work Mingo doesn't make sense.
     
  3. xhrr

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    If we want a great athlete on the edge I want Jordan not Mingo. But his durability makes me slightly hesitant.
     
  4. Deuce Wayne

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    Yes. And one team's fanbase will think "wtf" at that pick in a few years.
     
  5. RollTide

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    At least Jordan is tall and could possibly add some weight. Mingo will never be more than 245.
     
  6. RollTide

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    So says the guy who predicted failure for Earl Thomas a couple of years ago.

    Milliner is the lowest risk CB pick in this draft.
     
  7. RollTide

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    How many people would take a young Justin Tuck with that 10th pick? Everybody wants a JPP or Von miller type player but which prospect might be the next Justin Tuck type?

    To me that is where the value is on the D-line. Jones, Carridine, guys like that. If we are not going to go with a Warmack or Fluker trade back and take one of those guys.
     
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