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After all of this, we BETTER draft AJ Green!

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No, we need a QB who can make any WR look like AJ Green.

Witness Phillip Rivers passing for 300 yards and 4 TDs this Sunday to S, Ajirotutu and a cast of scrubs.

No Vincent Jackson, no Antonio Gates, no Malcolm Floyd, no Buster Davis, and no Legedu Naanee.

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We need Luck.

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Hey in his defense he got Calvin Johnson who is the best WR in the league. But he did also take Roy Williams and Mike Williams with top 10 picks... lol

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Hey in his defense he got Calvin Johnson who is the best WR in the league. But he did also take Roy Williams and Mike Williams with top 10 picks... lol

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1 badass receiver hasn't done sh!t for that franchise. It won't here unless Green can Shang Tsung into an O-line & competent QB every play. :P

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We need O-line help with r first pick.... Who says we need a WR? With no time to throw, we can't get the ball to any WR's, u can be sure we will sign a Vet QB, but I can almost guarentee we draft a OL

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We need O-line help with r first pick.... Who says we need a WR? With no time to throw, we can't get the ball to any WR's, u can be sure we will sign a Vet QB, but I can almost guarentee we draft a OL

We're likely going to have a very high first pick in next years draft. somewhere in the top-5 range is my guess. Unless we trade down we won't take an OT because only tackles go that high and there is 0% chance we take a tackle with our first selection. Once we are all healthy, we should be fine at line. We need an impact player with our first pick. I pray that A.J. Green, Andrew Luck, or Patrick Peterson enter the draft so we have a chance at taking one ofthem.

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1 badass receiver hasn't done sh!t for that franchise. It won't here unless Green can Shang Tsung into an O-line & competent QB every play. :P

Any post with an MK reference gets my iPhone version of rep, which is just pie and this pointless reply. Good post good sir!

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1 badass receiver hasn't done sh!t for that franchise. It won't here unless Green can Shang Tsung into an O-line & competent QB every play. :P

remember b plus down down down down? u would throw not one not two but FOUR flaming fireball skulls. mortal kombat was amazing.

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