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#1 Pejorative Miscreant

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 02:41 PM

Tried to be realistic based on the fact that you are never able to address everything in the draft and you never hit the perfect scenario. There is always give and take. Feel free to throw your daggers.


Scenario 1: Big guys out of the gate

1. Eric Fisher OT – Gross’ age and salary are high. This guy can ball
2. David Amerson CB – Would rather have a safety here. But he slips and we grab
4. Brennan Williams, OT – Good value here. Big nasty falls due to shoulder injury
5. Connor Vernon, WR – Good hands.
6. Shamarko Thomas, S – Hands of stone but can snot bubble anyone. Special teams big man and safety rotation


The Good – Built the offensive line with depth and strengthen defense and ST with Amerson and Thomas

The Bad – No solution for the DT position

Grade B maybe B+

Scenario 2: GM shapes the team
1. Sheldon Richardson DT – Instant starter and creates formidable front 7
2. Kyle Long OT – New gm has the hots for this guy. Great pedigree4
4. Knile Davis, RB - Backfield depth
5. Xavier Nixon OT, Big guy late
6. Devonte Holloman, LB – ST and Rotational player

The Good – Long term interior DL is addressed. Promise for OL rotation. Other solid picks.

The Bad – No excitement in any of the picks

The Maybe – Kyle Long pick shows that the GM is in control of the team. JR would never draft him due to off the field issues. If he turns out solid it will be a definite win for the new regime. Might turn out to be a great draft

Grade C may become an A

Scenario 3

1. Justin Hunter, WR – Steve Smith can now pass the torch
2. Eric Reid, S – Good catch in the 2nd round
4. Larry Warford, OG – OL depth
5. Alex Hurst, OT – SEC OL big nasty
6. Montel Harris – Rb – Depth in the backfield

Good – Potential #1 WR and DB strength

Bad – Neither OL or DL has a solution

Grade B-

#2 carolina-chuck

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 02:47 PM

Scenario 3 > Scenario 1 > Scenario 2

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 03:06 PM

I wouldn't mind a draft where the first two picks are on the o-line

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 03:08 PM

I wouldn't mind a draft where the first two picks are on the o-line


(1) Warmack (2) Dallas (4) Brennan Williams???

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 08:20 PM

Trenches in 1st and second.

CB, WR, S later

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 10:47 PM

i doubt fisher will be there at 14.

nt is a more pressing need than ut.

there is many ways we can go in this draft.

will be interesting to see what happens.

pray we can trade down and get another 2nd or 3rd


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