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You guys need to quit slobbering over the sleek sports cars as we need road graders, bull dozers, etc. this draft.

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You guys need to quit slobbering over the sleek sports cars as we need road graders, bull dozers, etc. this draft.

Grab the oline in free agency. I wouldnt mind a DT in the first round if he is BPA.

The scenerio I would actually like to see is DT in teh first round and pick up Bailey in the 2nd.

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Yep, we have to get stronger up front or nothing we do on the corners is going to mean anything

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Yep, we have to get stronger up front or nothing we do on the corners is going to mean anything

If you don't think we need to find a replacement for Smitty in a hurry you're fooling yourself, or lying to yourself....take your pick....

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WRs who look good to me: Patton, Woods, Patterson, vernon, wheaton, Melette.

WRs who looked bad: Da'Rick Rogers, Swope

Ryan swope will be a baller in the league. I would be ecstatic if we got him. Dude ran a 4.34 at his size. And lol at the guy saying Woods is nothing more than a slot reciever.

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Ryan swope will be a baller in the league. I would be ecstatic if we got him. Dude ran a 4.34 at his size. And lol at the guy saying Woods is nothing more than a slot reciever.

Swope looked good running, and I had high expectations for him going in, but I saw a lot of bobbles, a few drops, and some body catching when he ran his drills. Speed is almost a bad thing for some WRs at this time because they have been able to use it while others have to develop hands, routes, and intelligence to get to this level. I fully expected Swope to push himself into the second round conversation, but I think the scouts and coaches will see that he is a project. Nobody knows how good he will be--not me, not you, not even the guy.

I hope you are right though. I liked him in college. Woods (to me) looked smooth and sneaky fast.

I am not sure we draft a WR early.

What did you think of Wilson from Wash St and Mellett from Elon? Potential in the late rounds.

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DID SWOPE REALLY RUN A 4.34?????

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Yes because 252 receptions for 2,930 yards and 32 touchdowns in three seasons isn't proven enough for a receiver....absolutely ignorant statement man....

What'd Jarretts numbers look like?

Please try to look past the homerism lol

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What'd Jarretts numbers look like?

Please try to look past the homerism lol

What does Jarrett have to do with Woods. They're completely different WRS. Please try to actually bring some knowledge/facts to this debate. Unless you think DJ and Robert Woods have similar work ethic/drive and if that's the case I don't know what to say to you....

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why Kenny Stills not getting any love? and im no USC homer but all i have heard about Woods is he is a student of the game and works his butt off.put that with good route running and production, and it looks like a prospect that will translate to the next level.

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why Kenny Stills not getting any love? and im no USC homer but all i have heard about Woods is he is a student of the game and works his butt off.put that with good route running and production, and it looks like a prospect that will translate to the next level.

Kenny Stills is another WR I really like in this draft. Absolute playmaker in college, and looked solid in the position drills today. Woods is a film room junkie, and often stayed after practice working with the jugs, refining his routes etc. He's an absolute technician when it comes to running his routes and catching the football which is why I think somebody questioning him just because of the logo on his helmet is ignorant at best. Robert Woods is the polar opposite of Mike Williams, and Dwayne Jarrett, two guys who just were more physically gifted then their competition and never worked for it. Woods never stopped working since Spring practice his Freshman year. He's not the biggest, he's not the fastest, but you would be hard pressed to find a WR with a better set of hands, route running/tree and work ethic....

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What does Jarrett have to do with Woods. They're completely different WRS. Please try to actually bring some knowledge/facts to this debate. Unless you think DJ and Robert Woods have similar work ethic/drive and if that's the case I don't know what to say to you....

USC receivers do not work in the NFL. I know you have a hard time accepting that but you just gotta face it. I never said that Woods and Jarrett were the same player, I like woods just like I liked Jarrett, but woods is nothing more than a slot receiver.

Do you ACTUALLY think JR would approve of drafting another USC receiver in the first or second round hahaha?

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