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GGTM_1977
03-01-2012, 03:07 PM
1 - Mark Barron SS
2 - Amini Silatolu G/T
3 - Brian Quick WR
4 - Coryell Judie CB
5 - Terrance Ganaway RB
6 - Brandon Lindsey OLB
7 - Julian Miller DE

bleedblue78
03-01-2012, 03:16 PM
Doubt your number one pick...coughlin and co. Are pretty high up on Tyler sash

Seducer
03-01-2012, 03:17 PM
At this rate, you will have 50+ mock drafts by April 26th.

GGTM_1977
03-01-2012, 03:31 PM
Doubt your number one pick...coughlin and co. Are pretty high up on Tyler sash

Ok...but what if Deon decides to retire? We have no idea if Chad Jones will be able to come back from his injury....

GGTM_1977
03-01-2012, 03:32 PM
At this rate, you will have 50+ mock drafts by April 26th.

I know, I know.......just killin time man. The board did shift again....and Barron slide down another spot closer to our pick.

Giants Of New Jersey
03-01-2012, 03:34 PM
1 - Mark Barron SS
2 - Amini Silatolu G/T
3 - Brian Quick WR
4 - Coryell Judie CB
5 - Terrance Ganaway RB
6 - Brandon Lindsey OLB
7 - Julian Miller DE

no offense to you, but if that was our draft, I would be pretty PO'd

Seducer
03-01-2012, 03:40 PM
Doubt your number one pick...coughlin and co. Are pretty high up on Tyler sash Ok...but what if Deon decides to retire? We have no idea if Chad Jones will be able to come back from his injury....</P>


Even if Grant does retire, we still would have 3 safeties that they like. I don't see them spending a 1 on a 4th safety. </P>

GGTM_1977
03-01-2012, 04:02 PM
Doubt your number one pick...coughlin and co. Are pretty high up on Tyler sash Ok...but what if Deon decides to retire? We have no idea if Chad Jones will be able to come back from his injury....</P>


Even if Grant does retire, we still would have 3 safeties that they like.* I don't see them spending a 1 on a 4th safety.* </P>

We will always need good secondary players......and if he is BPA, I think its a need.

GGTM_1977
03-01-2012, 04:03 PM
1 - Mark Barron SS
2 - Amini Silatolu G/T
3 - Brian Quick WR
4 - Coryell Judie CB
5 - Terrance Ganaway RB
6 - Brandon Lindsey OLB
7 - Julian Miller DE

no offense to you, but if that was our draft, I would be pretty PO'd

Ok.....why? Please explain your comment....

myles2424
03-01-2012, 04:26 PM
1 - Mark Barron SS
2 - Amini Silatolu G/T
3 - Brian Quick WR
4 - Coryell Judie CB
5 - Terrance Ganaway RB
6 - Brandon Lindsey OLB
7 - Julian Miller DE
IMO, no TE? We have to have a higher priority for LB than the 6th,7th round DE is a far shot of being worth a crap,towards that side of the draft I think interior Oline is safest..

critters
03-01-2012, 04:29 PM
Doubt your number one pick...coughlin and co. Are pretty high up on Tyler sash Ok...but what if Deon decides to retire? We have no idea if Chad Jones will be able to come back from his injury....</p>


Even if Grant does retire, we still would have 3 safeties that they like. I don't see them spending a 1 on a 4th safety. </p>

Doesn't really matter. If Barron is there at 32, he's more than likely the BPA.

Seducer
03-01-2012, 04:57 PM
Doubt your number one pick...coughlin and co. Are pretty high up on Tyler sash Ok...but what if Deon decides to retire? We have no idea if Chad Jones will be able to come back from his injury....</P>


Even if Grant does retire, we still would have 3 safeties that they like. I don't see them spending a 1 on a 4th safety. </P>




Doesn't really matter. If Barron is there at 32, he's more than likely the BPA.
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Yes, because despite what everyone thinks Reese doesn't draft literally the best player available. It's need/bpa. If there is a player rated just a hair under Barron but fills a need, we will take it.</P>

critters
03-01-2012, 05:29 PM
Doubt your number one pick...coughlin and co. Are pretty high up on Tyler sash Ok...but what if Deon decides to retire? We have no idea if Chad Jones will be able to come back from his injury....</p>


Even if Grant does retire, we still would have 3 safeties that they like. I don't see them spending a 1 on a 4th safety. </p>




Doesn't really matter. If Barron is there at 32, he's more than likely the BPA.
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Yes, because despite what everyone thinks Reese doesn't draft literally the best player available. It's need/bpa. If there is a player rated just a hair under Barron but fills a need, we will take it.</p>

I agree... but Barron is considered the only elite safety in this draft by many... he has been projected as a top 15-20 pick. I could easily see us taking him if he's still there simply because of the value. I also don't think safety is so far from our needs to eliminate him as a pick. We had the 29th ranked pass defense in the NFL (I know injuries had a lot to do with that)

Kruunch
03-02-2012, 11:30 AM
Doubt your number one pick...coughlin and co. Are pretty high up on Tyler sash Ok...but what if Deon decides to retire? We have no idea if Chad Jones will be able to come back from his injury....</p>


Even if Grant does retire, we still would have 3 safeties that they like.* I don't see them spending a 1 on a 4th safety.* </p>




Doesn't really matter. If Barron is there at 32, he's more than likely the BPA.
</p>


Yes, because despite what everyone thinks Reese doesn't draft literally the best player available.* It's need/bpa.* If there is a player rated just a hair under Barron but fills a need, we will take it.</p>

I agree... but Barron is considered the only elite safety in this draft by many... he has been projected as a top 15-20 pick. I could easily see us taking him if he's still there simply because of the value.* I also don't think safety is so far from our needs to eliminate him as a pick. We had the 29th ranked pass defense in the NFL (I know injuries had a lot to do with that)


Barron is starting to slip out of the first round in some boards due to his injury history.

While the injuries themselves aren't related or lower leg, they could be indicative of a guy like Bob Sanders who plays harder then his body can handle.

When I look at Barron on tape, that's who I think of ironically.

critters
03-02-2012, 11:41 AM
If teams want to let him drop because of his "injury history", let them miss out and we'll reap the rewards. The guy had <u><font size="4">38 starts in the 3 years</font></u> in the SEC. That tells me he played against the baddest boys out there and barely missed any games. He pulled a pectoral muscle trying to strip a football and finished the game. He apparently has a double sports hernia right now, which will heal fine. If he performs at Alabama's pro day then it obviously wasn't too serious. I'd be thrilled if other teams are thinking this guy is injury prone and let him slide. THRILLED! He's a top 15 to 20 player. Taking him at 32 could be the steal of the draft.

Kruunch
03-02-2012, 02:17 PM
If teams want to let him drop because of his "injury history", let them miss out and we'll reap the rewards. The guy had <u><font size="4">38 starts in the 3 years</font></u> in the SEC. That tells me he played against the baddest boys out there and barely missed any games. He pulled a pectoral muscle trying to strip a football and finished the game. He apparently has a double sports hernia right now, which will heal fine. If he performs at Alabama's pro day then it obviously wasn't too serious. I'd be thrilled if other teams are thinking this guy is injury prone and let him slide. THRILLED! He's a top 15 to 20 player. Taking him at 32 could be the steal of the draft.



Maybe ... I like that the injuries aren't lower body related.

I don't like that he keeps getting them.

But I definitely agree on the talent part ... kid is a gamer. I wouldn't be upset if we nabbed him in the first.

critters
03-02-2012, 02:23 PM
Agree on liking that they aren't leg injuries. With 35 starts in 3 years though, I don't think to myself that he's a guy that keeps getting injuries. I mean, that would mean he missed like 2 games his entire career as a starter.

Kruunch
03-02-2012, 03:07 PM
Agree on liking that they aren't leg injuries. With 35 starts in 3 years though, I don't think to myself that he's a guy that keeps getting injuries. I mean, that would mean he missed like 2 games his entire career as a starter.


True ... but those injuries tend to amplify at the next level. Bob Sanders didn't miss a lot of time at the college level either (and that was in 4 years).

Captain Chaos
03-03-2012, 07:42 AM
Ditto, TE and LB should be up there in the top 3 rounds somewhere...

GMENAGAIN
03-03-2012, 07:56 AM
Doubt your number one pick...coughlin and co. Are pretty high up on Tyler sash Ok...but what if Deon decides to retire? We have no idea if Chad Jones will be able to come back from his injury....</P>


Even if Grant does retire, we still would have 3 safeties that they like.* I don't see them spending a 1 on a 4th safety.* </P>KP is a FA in 2013