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Barrett Jones - draft this dude!

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Whoa. I'd take Jones right now bc he just shoved his QB outta the way. Thats the kinda guy we need on this line

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Yeah we need a rookie linemen shoving our superstar QB.

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Taking Jones in the 2nd is hell of a REACH. Why take Jones over Warmack (a better prospect) when you could take Warmack and cross your fingers for Jones to be there in the 2nd when your clock start; very well could happen.

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Amazing how the screaming and shove, were met with an "aww shucks, boys will be boys" attitude. Where was the questioning of leadership? Guess the benefit of doubt only applies to a SELECTED few.

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This drafts strength is supposed to be OL/DL

I'd be fine if they rotated between the two each round

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Yeah we need a rookie linemen shoving our superstar QB.

Jones is a senior and Mccaron is a Junior. Jones has seniority and he'll snap the ball after he makes the line calls, which he obviously had not. Plus, Jones would not be playing center.

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Amazing how the screaming and shove, were met with an "aww shucks, boys will be boys" attitude. Where was the questioning of leadership? Guess the benefit of doubt only applies to a SELECTED few.

McCarron's tattoo, btw. Looks like a thug, if I've ever seen one.

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lol, is that real?

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