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PostPosted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 1:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

drew39k wrote:
I'd much rather lee then amaro. Lee is a first round lock where as amaro is a late first early second round value. We'd be better off taken lee and looking at te in the second or third if both Evans and ebron are gone by our pick.

I originally had Lee as your 1st-rounder. I reconsidered, because I think Amaro would be an ideal safety valve. He's a 6'5", 250-pound TE who plays basically like a giant slot receiver, and has excellent hands. This particular draft is very deep at the WR position, so you can get STILL more in the later rounds. Amaro and Coleman would give Geno a couple of targets with huge catch radiuses, who are consequently open even when they're not open. Another WR such as Herron, Huff, or Richardson in the 4th round would be my next choice.
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Flip that 2nd round pick from Cooks to Allen Robinson and thats damn good for Washington
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BuckleyBoy wrote:
Flip that 2nd round pick from Cooks to Allen Robinson and thats damn good for Washington

Tough call right now for me, actually. Robinson is the bigger, true #1 WR, sure, but Cooks is a phenomenal talent in his own right. If he was the same size as, say, Sammy Watkins, he'd be maybe the top receiver IN this draft.
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BuckleyBoy wrote:
Flip that 2nd round pick from Cooks to Allen Robinson and thats damn good for Washington

Okay; check out your new 1st AND 2nd-rounders. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 3:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

49ers Finest wrote:
swanson with the first third. and yes please

Okay; done. Wink
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MrOaktown_56 wrote:
Nice Raiders draft. Mettenberger is a steal in the 3rd. Same with robinson at the top of the 2nd. And clowney at 5... You know where I'm going. Keep up the good work.

Well, you got Beckham now, instead of Robinson, but don't fret. Still a great selection.
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PatriotBeast wrote:
Still perfect even with the changes

Well, you've got a new DT with your 1st-rounder, now, but still a selection that I figure you could understand and appreciate.
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Mack in the first is fine.

Jackson def hits a need but with who is left on the board i would rather take Jernigan or Ealy jus cause of the value. DT is a major need as well and Osi might be a cap causality.

in the 3rd give us Travis Swanson or Tyler Larsen.
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Mack in the first is fine.

Jackson def hits a need but with who is left on the board i would rather take Jernigan or Ealy jus cause of the value. DT is a major need as well and Osi might be a cap causality.

in the 3rd give us Travis Swanson or Tyler Larsen.

Ego Ferguson in the 3rd doesn't work just as well?
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mjmiller wrote:
Mack in the first is fine.

Jackson def hits a need but with who is left on the board i would rather take Jernigan or Ealy jus cause of the value. DT is a major need as well and Osi might be a cap causality.

in the 3rd give us Travis Swanson or Tyler Larsen.

Ego Ferguson in the 3rd doesn't work just as well?


if the draft came out the way u have it, i would be fine with it. but im jus looking at the value as a whole. Jernigan/Ealy in the 2nd and Swanson/Larsen in the 3rd jus seems to hold more value than Jackson and Ferguson.

Jackson jus seems like a lock in the 2nd round while Jernigan and Ealy are legit 1st rounders that slipped.
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I'd take Dennard over Gilbert, probably, but all-in-all, I would love that draft. You know what the Eagles need and you've done a good job getting the BPA at positions of need in this draft.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 16, 2014 8:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Noooo. Odell Beckham Jr over Brandin Cooks for the Raiders all day every day.
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MrOaktown_56 wrote:
Noooo. Odell Beckham Jr over Brandin Cooks for the Raiders all day every day.

Can do! Very Happy
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mjmiller wrote:
Suffering_Bills wrote:
mjmiller wrote:
Mack in the first is fine.

Jackson def hits a need but with who is left on the board i would rather take Jernigan or Ealy jus cause of the value. DT is a major need as well and Osi might be a cap causality.

in the 3rd give us Travis Swanson or Tyler Larsen.

Ego Ferguson in the 3rd doesn't work just as well?


if the draft came out the way u have it, i would be fine with it. but im jus looking at the value as a whole. Jernigan/Ealy in the 2nd and Swanson/Larsen in the 3rd jus seems to hold more value than Jackson and Ferguson.

Jackson jus seems like a lock in the 2nd round while Jernigan and Ealy are legit 1st rounders that slipped.

In a draft this deep, there'll be more than a couple of 1st-round talents that slip. Wink I understand what you're saying, though.
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Johnnygunnz wrote:
I'd take Dennard over Gilbert, probably, but all-in-all, I would love that draft. You know what the Eagles need and you've done a good job getting the BPA at positions of need in this draft.

Thank you, Sir.
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