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My Plan for the Draft

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Here it is. We lose out, the other teams win out and give us the 2nd overall pick. If Kalil is there, we draft him. If he stays in school, we trade back, pick up an extra 1st this year and next year, along with an extra 2nd this year, and draft accordingly. Then next year with our two 1sts, we trade up and select Kalil. How about it?:cool:

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good plan

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I do not see us loosing out. I think we loose in Houston Sunday....Reliant Stadium has been a house of horrors for us, and the Texans D is stout. I think we beat Tampa Bay Christmas Eve at BoA ( a glimpse of the future and a stocking stuffer for the fans). New Orleans?, if they rest their starters we win, if not...?? Anyway the draft will be interesting. I think we all know the needs are many. My "wish" list includes a big athletic WR, plus help at LB and of course secondary help. And for God's sakes get a kicker!!!!

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I'm down to go straight secondary...Claiborne and Lester..giving up what we did to matt Ryan was just disgusting and Martin has been straight nauseating this year

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ugh. you don't make a team better by losing out and getting better draft picks.

it just doesn't work.

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Get off the Kalil train.. it's not going to happen man. The Rams and Vikings may not win another game all season.. neither will Cleveland. 2 of those 3 teams need an OT.. and Kalil fits the bill.

And we are not going to lose to the Bucs.

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oh wow, lose out, get a high pick and then trade down

I've never heard this proposal before on this message board

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[quote name='Raging Bull']oh wow, lose out, get a high pick and then trade down

I've never heard this proposal before on this message board[/QUOTE]

really? That is surprising raging bull, it's a pretty common idea.

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I think realistically, we may be picking either 3rd or 4th overall. It could be that the Rams trade out with another team looking to take a QB. So if we are in the third position, Kalil could fall to us. I know I ramble on and on about Kalil, but you saw what Ryan did out there yesterday. How he was getting down the field and making blocks. His brother is a much better prospect coming out. It's time we had a sure fire star at LT, to give Cam sufficient protection.

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Anyone who want to lose or "loose" out is a fake fan- simple and plain.

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WE ARE NOT DRAFTING KALIL EVEN IF HES AVAILABLE. Some of you want him purely because of his last name. Get over it

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If Kalil is available, there's no way we shouldn't draft him. His last name bumps his value to our team *a little*, but you'd think his value to our team would be a little more than others too because (assuming they have a good relationship) it would help the chemistry of the O-line (probably the most important single group in the game to have good chemistry) and also help with resigning the both of them. They might be more willing to take a little less pay to stay together and be less tempted to leave in free agency with the two of them together. His value to the Panthers goes beyond the simple value of a potential elite LT. With Gross getting up there in age, and his play seeming to decline the past couple years (at least in my opinion) we could extend Gross's career a little by putting him on the right side where a quick step is less vital and have Cam's blind side protected for the next decade+.

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