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geauxtigers1989 wrote:


GreatLordBalzak wrote:

Stephone Anthony has the body for the inside and can move pretty well in coverage. Hopefully they can get his technique fixed up so the Saints won't keep getting burned by runs up the gut.


Curious what they do in round 2 now. Could get really interesting if Gregory or Strong is there at 44.


Gregory is a dangerous pick, the combine is a situation where he should have known he was going to be drug tested and still wasn't clean. He needs to put on some more weight to avoid being pushed around. He is truly boom or bust... if they pick him they better hope for a Warren Sap-like boom.

Jaelen Strong could be a great underneath threat or even a good red zone player if he can train himself to catch the ball away from his body. He already is good at positioning himself for the catch so if he can just finish up he could be great.

If we are talking about taking a risk at 44 I would pick Hau'oli Kikaha. If he can overcome that injury history he has nice size for a jack and very good hand technique. Hands are extremely important on the line of scrimmage and his background in Judo and wrestling likely helped develop him. He won't need much polish at all.
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JETS >>>>>>>>>>>>>> NFL
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I think you mean jets <<<<<<<<<<<<< All NFL teams

Jokes aside the Jets are starting to look like a dangerous team and that's coming from a Patriots fan. I can't believe you guys got Leonard Williams!
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Jets' defense is going to be good.
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Must kill Ted Thompson.

Can't fucking believe the Packers took an undersized safety who can't tackle. I was training earlier so I don't know who was on the board when their number came up, but a decent ILB or ANY cornerback would have been better than this.

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Must kill Ted Thompson.

Can't fucking believe the Packers took an undersized safety who can't tackle. I was training earlier so I don't know who was on the board when their number came up, but a decent ILB or ANY cornerback would have been better than this.

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The way my board fell at the time I was expecting ILB for the Packers as there were several while I didn't really see a corner with a good enough grade for that spot. They were definitely looking for turnovers with that pick, but I subscribe more to the belief that you can create more frustrating the opponent by limiting yards after contact/catch especially when you have a good offense.
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As a Steelers fan I have to say Alvin Dupree will learn from one of the best LB's in the game in James Harrison and he is a pretty good pickup.
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I know this is off-topic but 49ers unveiled their alternate uniform for 2015 and it's...ugh...ugly

Yeah because black has ALWAYS been the 49ers premier color.
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I was hoping the Gordon or Gurley would fall to the 27th pick so that Cowboys could draft one of them, but I'm pretty satisfied with the Byrus Jones pick. Hopefully they pick up some quality defensive lineman in the next few rounds. It's a glaring weakness for this team atm.
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ghostwarrior88 wrote:

Must kill Ted Thompson.

Can't fucking believe the Packers took an undersized safety who can't tackle. I was training earlier so I don't know who was on the board when their number came up, but a decent ILB or ANY cornerback would have been better than this.

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Yeah, I'm not really enthralled with it either, especially since Kendricks and Denzel Perryman were there for the taking, or (if they really wanted a safety) Landon Collins.
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geauxtigers1989 wrote:


ghostwarrior88 wrote:

Must kill Ted Thompson.

Can't fucking believe the Packers took an undersized safety who can't tackle. I was training earlier so I don't know who was on the board when their number came up, but a decent ILB or ANY cornerback would have been better than this.

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Yeah, I'm not really enthralled with it either, especially since Kendricks and Denzel Perryman were there for the taking, or (if they really wanted a safety) Landon Collins.


With Ha-ha Clinton-Dix and Morgan Burnett, I think the Green Bay is okay at the safety spot. I'm guessing Thompson and McCarthy are thinking to start this guy as a slot corner and leave Hayward and Shields as the starters but that fixes nothing. The Packers need a lockdown CB to avoid having to rely on lucky calls like with Dallas last year in the playoffs and get blown up with big passes like Seattle did to them in the NFC title game. They have been inconsistent and vulnerable in the secondary for years.

I thought for sure they were going to take DP, having someone to regularly get after the QB would have been more useful.
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Round 2 about to start. I'm working, so I'll probably learn the picks from the Bleacher Report app.
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Jordan Phillips would fit a need at NT, but I worry about his stamina. Looks like he might fall to 44.
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GreatLordBalzak wrote:
If we are talking about taking a risk at 44 I would pick Hau'oli Kikaha. If he can overcome that injury history he has nice size for a jack and very good hand technique. Hands are extremely important on the line of scrimmage and his background in Judo and wrestling likely helped develop him. He won't need much polish at all.


Damn Hau'oli Kikaha was it, I'm good lol... and I'm a double posting idiot
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Kikaha has 32 sacks over last 2 seasons. I like.
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