Speculation on Pick #33

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by The Hammer, Apr 30, 2015.

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  1. Fry

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    I think we're in the range.

    NFL.com has him ranked as the #5 guy left on the board. McShay has him as #3 and the best offensive player available.
     
  2. Roscoes Wetsuit

    Roscoes Wetsuit Pro Bowler

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    Once again, it'll be hard for them to screw this up and make a pick i'll be unhappy with. Only player I can think of I'm not completely sold on is DGB. Lots of good talent still available though.

    Would like to see them take Gregory, Clemmings, or even Strong.

    Even though they would be considered reaches. I'd love to see Darby or Ajayi picked cause I doubt either of those two slide to the third round.
     
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  3. ImATitan

    ImATitan Pro Bowler

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    Yeah, going to be hard to really upset me with this pick also. Few guys I prefer to others, but I like about 10-12 guys here at 33.
     
  4. 615nick

    615nick Starter

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    I would love to trade back and stay in the top 8 in round 2. There are a few guys left that teams would want to move up for. Trading back 5-7 spots and gaining 2 more picks would be awesome and we could still get fisher (mm's teammate), in the second. But i wouldn't be mad at all sticking at #1 and getting a tackle, wr or Gregory.
     
  5. JR1980

    JR1980 Pro Bowler

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    Titans haven't had a sure handed big receiver in what feels like eternity....I think they HAVE to go weapon here or get your starting RT.
     
  6. 2ToneBlueBlood

    2ToneBlueBlood Pro Bowler

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    Would rather take Ifo Ekpre-Olomu in the 4th.
     
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  7. The Playmaker

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    I saw a couple with the Collins kid as well, CB out of LSU. Apparently the country thinks CB is a bigger need than what the board thinks. I think we're solid, would be okay with a depth pick later on.

    I'm firmly on the trade back a few spots and take Devin Smith bandwagon.
     
  8. The Playmaker

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    I can get on board with the DGB pick, maybe even Gregory, but after just seeing a team in our own division bust with a highly questionable WR (Blackmon) why take that chance? Strong is going to be a good one and Devin Smith looks like a DeSean Jackson clone.
     
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  9. GLinks

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    To me that would be better. The Titans would still have the opportunity to get a top level player at a key position that can contribute immediately. Again, not sure how good that looks in the back half, for various reasons.
     
  10. JR1980

    JR1980 Pro Bowler

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    I agree. I am fine with Smith or Strong. I REALLY like DGB upside, but he is risky and has baggage. I think Strong is the most complete WR left. He has AWESOME hands, something this team needs considering Hunter's hands suck, Wright can't stay upright, and Delanie Walker who is in his 30's is our best receiver. Not to mention he is a big WR with Red zone threat skills.
     
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