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Draft Rumor: Jets Might Want To Move Up Into The Top Ten For Ingram

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Lol ask a Jets fan and you'll get the opposite.

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The question is, will Ingram be there at #9?

Doubt it

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Everyone on this thread may be surprises when we take Ingram @9 and KEEP him. He is the most versatile player in the draft and that's what Rivera is looking for. He can play the 7,9 and even 3 technique on 3rd downs, and drop into coverage when we blitz LBs. He can also play OLB and cover TEs. If he's there @9, I'd definitely take him.

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Everyone on this thread may be surprises when we take Ingram @9 and KEEP him. He is the most versatile player in the draft and that's what Rivera is looking for. He can play the 7,9 and even 3 technique on 3rd downs, and drop into coverage when we blitz LBs. He can also play OLB and cover TEs. If he's there @9, I'd definitely take him.

If Rivera announced we'd be moving to a 3-4 then yes.

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This is what I think will happen:

1 - Luck

2 - RGIII

3 - Kalil

4 - Blackmon

5 - Richardson

6 - Claiborne

7 - Floyd

8 - Tennahill

Well that is what you think might happen I think something else could happen. But it is all prediction until the draft begins. A few of these players you picked in the top 8 could fall past 8. Anything could happen in the NFL draft. It all depends on the teams and their needs at the momet. Things don't always go according to what people think will happen. It is a wait and see game right now until draft day.

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If Rivera announced we'd be moving to a 3-4 then yes.

3-4 and 4-3 I doubt it matters that much. Good players are good players. When you're getting picked #9 you'll make for a solid linebacker no matter what the system is.

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What's up with the " Ingram can only be a 3-4 lb" talk???

Because of his size? Well lets take a look at the DEs on the Panthers roster

Greg Hardy- 6'4" 276 lb

Antwan Applewhite- 6'3" 258 lb

Thomas Keiser- 6'3" 261 lb

Jyles Tucker-6'3" 258 lb

Charles Johnson 6'2" 275 lb.

Eric Norwood 6'1" 241 lb

Doesn't look like size is much of an issue

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Everyone on this thread may be surprises when we take Ingram @9 and KEEP him. He is the most versatile player in the draft and that's what Rivera is looking for. He can play the 7,9 and even 3 technique on 3rd downs, and drop into coverage when we blitz LBs. He can also play OLB and cover TEs. If he's there @9, I'd definitely take him.

Yes, he can play it like a Raptor.

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