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Scholarly research: Risk at Positions of Need (heavy reading)

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Going OL early IMO will at least net you a quality starter unless injuries get in the way. It's why I've been on the Moses/OT in the 1st bandwagon. Outside of of the top 3 or 4 WR, with maybe only Cooks being there for us, I don't like any other WR in the 1st when there's going to be plenty of talent there later. 

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I'm on the Morgan Moses bandwagon right now.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(me wanting an O-Line guy is a big shock, right?) :unsure:

 

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I'm on the Morgan Moses bandwagon right now

(me wanting an O-Line guy is a big shock, right?) :unsure:

Where do you rank him among the offensive tackes?

Also do you watch the cut ups of players available on draftbreakdown.com

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Where do you rank him among the offensive tackes?

Also do you watch the cut ups of players available on draftbreakdown.com

 

Definitely high. I'm not sure he has as much immediate impact potential as the top tackles, but he strikes me as a great 'long term' choice.

 

Not familiar with that particular site, but I prefer the 'full game' type videos where you can watch an entire performance.

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Definitely high. I'm not sure he has as much immediate impact potential as the top tackles, but he strikes me as a great 'long term' choice.

Not familiar with that particular site, but I prefer the 'full game' type videos where you can watch an entire performance.

You would love that site then...they have full game tapes of prospects "cut up" to make it to where you can see a players every snap in games in a a few minutes.O-lineman obviously show u every offensive snap but they still consolidate to a matter of minutes

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You would love that site then...they have full game tapes of prospects "cut up" to make it to where you can see a players every snap...I-lineman obviously show u every offensive snap but they still consolidate to a matter of minutes

 

I'll check it out.

 

I don't care for "highlight reel" scouting where you just see all the good plays.

 

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I'll check it out.

I don't care for "highlight reel" scouting where you just see all the good plays.

Exactly! That site is amazing come draft time...I visit it more than any others when forming opinions on prospects. Literally shows you every snap from full games good and bad...

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I'll check it out.

 

I don't care for "highlight reel" scouting where you just see all the good plays.

 

 

But they always feature such great soundtracks!

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IMO, the guy makes a lot of sense. Almost backs up what Gman says he wants to do. I think I may just be beginning to see the light. Nah, just farted to hard.

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In the Marcus Martin thread you were arguing with JOAT that reaching for need was better than going BPA.

 

 

 

So which is it?

 

Well sir it depends because the talent is deeper at wr doesn't mean we should take some 3rd round tackle because everyone feels we should. I just don't think we need to grab a lesser talent in a draft where the pick is just not there. I'm all for getting moses if he is there but,all this benito and turner talk is getting out of hand. With the injuries to thomas and cyrus i just don't think the value is going to be there at tackle.My point was to grab need within reason. The sky is not falling just because gross is gone and i think cyrus will be there in the second(maybe not when we pick).  I don't see any agruement you can make that makes grabing anyone out side of lewhan martin or moses possible.

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