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Why Passing on a WR in the first might not be a option

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Taking the best guard in the draft last year didn't help Roethlisberger now did it

Too many people are getting sucked in to the "draft Warmack----->cam upright" false guarantee

Taking the best WR in the draft didn't help Gabbert.

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Can't pass the ball if you can't protect the QB. Give me a plug and play guard or tackle at 14 instead of a project WR like Patterson. If the best OL guys are gone then sure, take the best looking midget. We are gonna be mediocre this year anyway. Go WR in 2014.

i don't expect any "plug and play" OTs to be available at #14. i wouldn't draft an OG in the first when you can find nice value in FA if you have a good eye (which we have in FA). you don't start rookie OL and expect them to not look bad/sloppy.

you want cam protected this year, you don't draft his protection this year and expect it to start and not make a poo ton of mistakes.

we have to win now. we need more experience on the OL to protect cam. starting a rookie every year has to stop.

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Will you also put fourth what Mcshay and Kiper said as well.

so what does that have to do with % of drops?

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Taking the best WR in the draft didn't help Gabbert.

nothing could help gabbert. hes jimmy clausen.

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Taking the best WR in the draft didn't help Gabbert.

it helped Henne.

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Who ever said he was the best number 2 wr in a option offense. Show me the link?

You've said before that LaFell has been on of the "top WRs of the teams who run the same offense." I think it it was in the 'why the panthers won't draft a WR' thread but I can't be arsed to go through that thread to find out.

I also like how you pointed out lafell small improvement (in your opinion) without mentioning he did on 3 less games. But of course your not bias.

Except I said that he had more gameplayed in 2011? He still has more starts in 2012 though ik how that's biased.

And are you really saying improving the #2 WR isn't a big deal in Read-option ffense? Okay sure that's why we're scouting WRs.

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Taking the best WR in the draft didn't help Gabbert.

Yes because there's no player more comparable to cam newton than the dynamic high-flying blaine gabbert

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so what does that have to do with % of drops?

im still trying to see why anyone would pay attention to kiper or even mcshay. esp. kiper tho. "who the hell is mel kiper anyway?"

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Taking the best guard in the draft last year didn't help Roethlisberger now did it

Too many people are getting sucked in to the "draft Warmack----->cam upright" false guarantee

BUT WARMACK IS THE BEST OG TO COME ALONG IN YEAR

THE BEST OG TO COME OUT SINCE UH...David DeCastro...just last year.

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im still trying to see why anyone would pay attention to kiper or even mcshay. esp. kiper tho. "who the hell is mel kiper anyway?"

Patterson is so raw that he had such a low drop %, compared to his teammate who was the better pro prospect according to KKL.

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