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Bucky Brooks' latest mock (has us passing on Patterson). Hmmph.

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With Dwan? so Richardson and Dwan on the inside with Kraken and Johnson. That will not go well. Maybe you mean rotational?

Well, that's the whole point of drafting a DT. Don't know why you are saying that it won't go well.

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What is flawless about Warmack? Showed up at the Combine out of shape and had meh workouts. I don't doubt he can be a helluva road grader, but can he pass protect at an elite NFL level?

I'm a huge UNC fan and I can tell you that Cooper is very, very good. But, he doesn't scream 1st round NFL OG to me. A guy has to be special to go in the 1st round as an OG and a near once in a generation type guy to go in the top half of the 1st round. I don't see Cooper as that type of prospect.

No such thing as a flawless prospect anyway. Plenty of "can't miss" guys have proven to be busts.

I like Cooper more than Warmack because of his strength, technique, athletisism AND his ability to play all 3 interior spots. He also showed up big at the combine and looked like he actually cared.

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I have yet to see anything that indicates Patterson couldn't get significant action right away as a WR, I also feel confident he'd be the KR right away.

agreed and if he didn't "start" right away he'd still get a poo ton of playtime not too far off from what our "starters" would be getting since we run 3 WR sets a lot anyway and he's got so many ways he could be used. he's a guy you try and create opportunities for because of how dangerous he is with the ball and you use your coaches to iron out the wrinkles.

like the vast majority of patterson bandwagoners, it wouldn't crush me if we didn't get him and there's several directions we could go and do well....unlike those who would be absolutely crushed and pissed if we did actually draft him. there would be no melt down if we didn't draft him, but at least one (and probably just one) would meltdown if we did. that's funny to me.

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Well, that's the whole point of drafting a DT. Don't know why you are saying that it won't go well.

Nope, I mean it would be a nasty pass rushing DL that can hold up against the run and let the LB's run downhill and do what they do.

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Well, that's the whole point of drafting a DT. Don't know why you are saying that it won't go well.

Because we need a space eater. Richardson and Dwan are neither of those.

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Nope, I mean it would be a nasty pass rushing DL that can hold up against the run and let the LB's run downhill and do what they do.

Richardson and Dwan are not good run defenders.

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20 years ago, Warmack was an ideal road grading type of OG. But, you're right about Cooper. He seems to fit the bill for the new breed of OG. This ain't the three yards and a cloud of dust NFL anymore. An OG can't get by with just mauling somebody on every snap. There's a lot more finesse in the game at that position these days.

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Star Lotulelei is still my dream pick at #14 as long as his ticker checks out. Star at #14 would have me doing fuging back flips.

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Richardson and Dwan are not good run defenders.

Now you're just talking out of your ass. Go back and watch Dwan against the run all season and try to make that comment.

As for Richardson, I don't care if he's "good" against the run. All we need him to do is hold his spot and occupy his blocker and let our exceptional LB Corps do their jobs.

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