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Jakob

Third Day Thoughts

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The draft is coming to a close and we now have Mike Evans, V-Jax, ASJ, Jimmy Graham and Julio Jones in our division. Thats some serious height. One of these names will be in eight of our games this season, obviously. This needs to be addressed and planned for. Gettleman stated he wanted an OL/DE/WR and CB in this draft. I think with our fourth round pick you will see us take Keith McGill, he would be BPA and a position of need. Wouldn't be shocked to see us take another CB later in the draft. Seems only logical to address the height in our division. 

 

 

How say you football fans?

 

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I'm here to pound the table for Carlos fields, Jr. take this man in the sixth round. He will eventually replace TD.

Keek, Klein and fields will be straight NASTY.

Also hoping for Desir/Fleming/Bryant in the fourth and Hurst in the fifth.

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Also its six games not eight.

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Darius Butler said on Twitter he thinks Roberson is the best corner in the draft.

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Also its six games not eight.

 

Yeah I realize I said 8 and I can't edit my post.

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Damn you zod

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Darius Butler said on Twitter he thinks Roberson is the best corner in the draft.

What does Darius butler know about being a good corner?

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Brandon Colemon 4th, 5th, 6th, whatever, just get it done

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WEAKNESSES: Often lines up with his hips open, helping him turn more efficiently to run downfield with receivers. Often sneaks in a strong pop on the receivers deep downfield, which could earn him holding penalties in the NFL. While physically imposing, McGill shows only average toughness, too often hand-fighting with smaller receivers' blocks downfield rather than aggressively defeating them and attacking the ballcarrier.

 
A bit hesitant when forced to break down and make tackles in the open field and can resort to lunging attempts at arm tackles rather than driving through the ballcarrier. Only fair hands for the interception and will occasionally drop easy picks (Arizona State).
 
Missed as many games as he played while at Utah, losing the final eight games of the 2011 season due to a shoulder injury and rehabbing the entire 2012 campaign following surgery to correct the issue.

 

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