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2013 = Best DT Draft Class ever?

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i'll keep on saying this, i'd rather we address DT in FA or via trade rather than take a huge gamble on one in the draft.

it takes too long to develop them and it's just too important to risk such a high pick on something that is so likely to bust.

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2013 draft is also looking real good for safeties with a 1st or 2nd round grade.

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2013 draft is also looking real good for safeties with a 1st or 2nd round grade.

Yep. Lester, Jefferson, Rambo, McDonald, Reid, the list goes on.

To be honest Amerson looks more like FS than a CB to me. I can see him transitioning to that to the NFL. Just don't see us in position to take him.

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I'd rather go with a pass rusher, TBH. That's our biggest need, IMO.

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I love how so many are absolutely terrified of adding first round talent to a position that hasn't had an impact player since Kris Jenkins.

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I'd rather go with a pass rusher, TBH. That's our biggest need, IMO.

Right there with you. Other than Johnson the other guys are just that. the other guys. We need someone that comes in and rushes like he's on bath salts. To either take Johnsons place or be a complimenting peice to CJ.

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DT is definitely not our biggest need. I would draft a top WR or top CB over a DT

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I love how so many are absolutely terrified of adding first round talent to a position that hasn't had an impact player since Kris Jenkins.

where you getting terrified from?

it's called being pragmatic. it's called being wise. it's called not throwing away a 1st round pick on a position that is more prone to bust because you are desperate to fix that.

if i want a kris jenkins, i'll go out and get one...one that is proven. i'm not going to go and spend that pick on a position that takes too long to develop and has such a high chance of failure. you call that scared? meh....it's just smart and it's better than being stupid which is what setting your sights on a DT just because of need would be.

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I really don't see a problem with drafting a DT in the first if that player happens to be the BPA and fills a major need. Even Kris Jenkins cost a second round pick. Setting your sights on a DT because of need isn't stupid, it just means you want to improve in that area and a first round pick, and all the risk that comes with making that pick, may be necessary. It doesn't automatically mean we'd be "throwing away" anything, especially if it's the right player.

But all things considered, cb might be the best route to go in the first next year.

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Unless there's another Suh in this coming draft. You better get a DE or CB first round.

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