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If all 3 still available at #8, who do you take?


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If these three are still available at #8  

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  1. 1. Who do you draft?

    • Sewell
      47
    • Pitts
      23
    • Surtain
      0


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Who do you want and why?

Sewell - best left tackle 

Pitts - arguably the best player available regardless of need

Surtain - best CB in the draft

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39 minutes ago, NAS said:

Who do you want and why?

Sewell - best left tackle 

Pitts - arguably the best player available regardless of need

Surtain - best CB in the draft

Sewell - best player at greatest position of need.  “They (BPA) are more like guidelines than actual rules”

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46 minutes ago, imminent rogaine said:

Use the hype for those players to maximize return for trading back.

Luke, CMC, Sewell.  You don’t get to pick from the top ten players very often...

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The better question might be if you replaced Sewell with Slater.  I still go Slater over Pitts--but I would hate life about it later.  Here is how I see it:

1. A good LT protects the blind side about 30 times each game.  A good LT keeps bad things from happening, so he is less admired by fans.

2. A good pass-catching TE is targeted 10-12 times per game.   A good TE causes good things to happen, so fans cheer for him. 

A LT is more valuable than a TE in general.  A lot more valuable.

 

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39 minutes ago, MHS831 said:

The better question might be if you replaced Sewell with Slater.  I still go Slater over Pitts--but I would hate life about it later.  Here is how I see it:

1. A good LT protects the blind side about 30 times each game.  A good LT keeps bad things from happening, so he is less admired by fans.

2. A good pass-catching TE is targeted 10-12 times per game.   A good TE causes good things to happen, so fans cheer for him. 

A LT is more valuable than a TE in general.  A lot more valuable.

 

Fair. Looks like Sewell is our consensus pick, not even a debate. It’s debatable if he will drop that low or if Dolphins or Bengals snag him before us. 

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I need more time...

50- Sewell

50- Pitts

0- surtain

If pitts, its almost a must the 39th pick needs to be a LT.

Sewell offers the least stress for the next pick/S. 

Gun to my head today its Sewell, could change within the hour. 

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