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  • 2012 NYG rookie WR

    It's no secret the FO has flirted with a few potential 1-2 round WRs.....with the years nicks/Cruz had defenses are going to game plan around them, WR IMO is one of your biggest needs.......
    Here's a small list of WRs likely to be a option for us within the first 4 rounds.....pick 2, & in which round would you feel comfortable....

    1.Stephen Hill
    2.Alshon Jeffery
    3.Rueben Randle
    3.Mohamed Sanu
    4.Tommy Streeter
    5.Brian Quick
    6.Marvin Jones
    7.Joe Adams
    8.Chris Givens
    9.Juror Criner
    10.Nick Toon
    11.Marvin mcnutt
    12.Ryan broyels


  • #2
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    Marvin Mcnutt / Tommy Streeter both in the 4th rounds
    Fleener in the 1st
    i would be happier than a fat kid biting into his first quarter pounder

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    • #3
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      Sanu & Criner in rounds 3 & 5 respectively
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      • #4
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        Joe Adams 3 rd round and Marvin McNutt with the second 4th round pick ( compensatory ).
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        • #5
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          Whoever we get is gonna be a big outside guy because I'm sure they want to keep Cruz in the slot so

          Stephen Hill
          Alshon Jeffery
          Juron Criner
          Marvin McNutt
          Sanu
          and Dwight Jones.

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          • #6
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            Hey I am all for a WR between rounds 1-4....but I don't think we draft 2 WRs........one high to mid round one should do us.

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            • #7
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              [quote user="XxBigWhitxX"]Whoever we get is gonna be a big outside guy because I'm sure they want to keep Cruz in the slot so

              Stephen Hill
              Alshon Jeffery
              Juron Criner
              Marvin McNutt
              Sanu
              and Dwight Jones.[/quote]

              Jernigan will be the slot guy write it down. I believe we will look for a big wideout to spell Nicks when he gets hurt, or Cruz for that matter. Jernigan get's hurt Cruz goes to the slot and our drafted wr goes outside. However, our track record with wr even early picks, they don't play much as rookies. Maybe Depalma will step it up. I like McNutt, Childs and White for the gmen in rounds 4-6.

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              • #8
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                [quote user="Shockeystays08"] However, our track record with wr even early picks, they don't play much as rookies.[/quote]

                This is not true. Steve Smith played a ton when he was healthy. Nicks had 800 yards his rookie year

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                • #9
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                  I agree with those that say we probably will only go 1 WR but I also see us going for TE as well. With that in mind---
                  Round-2 Dwayne Allen TE
                  Round 4a/4b- Juron Criner (hope he falls that far if not OK taking with 3rd) or Streeter or Toon.

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                  • #10
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                    [quote user="slipknottin"][quote user="Shockeystays08"] However, our track record with wr even early picks, they don't play much as rookies.[/quote]

                    This is not true. Steve Smith played a ton when he was healthy. Nicks had 800 yards his rookie year[/quote]

                    Tim Carter, moss, Barden, Jernigan, manningham

                    Other WRs we've drafted in the first 3 rounds.

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                    • #11
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                      I really think Sanu would fit in great in New York...Unselfish player with great hands and is beast of a blocker...He just seems like a Giant to me.

                      Others I wouldn't mind:

                      Stephen Hill- Big, athletic and can stretch the field...nice compliment to Nicks, Cruz.

                      Brian Quick: So underrated IMO. I have feeling he's going to turn out to be one the better receivers in this class.

                      Ryan Broyles: If they can get him from the 4th or beyond then it would be a huge steal. IMO he's the best route runner in the draft.
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                      • #12
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                        [quote user="lawl"]

                        Tim Carter, moss, Barden, Jernigan, manningham

                        Other WRs we've drafted in the first 3 rounds.[/quote]

                        Seems its clear if they are talented they play... If they arent, or cant grasp the playbook they sit on the bench.

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                        • #13
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                          It's hard to rank 'em

                          Like, I think TY Hilton and Devon Wylie are going to be absolute studs in the nfl. But wouldn't put them in top 5 though. Then there are receivers that excel at getting separation in intermediate passing game (marvin jones, givens) but there are others who struggle to separate but can grab the football extremely well (toon, jeffery, mcnutt, criner). It's all about preference really

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                          • #14
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                            [quote user="Neverend"]It's hard to rank 'em

                            Like, I think TY Hilton and Devon Wylie are going to be absolute studs in the nfl. But wouldn't put them in top 5 though. Then there are receivers that excel at getting separation in intermediate passing game (marvin jones, givens) but there are others who struggle to separate but can grab the football extremely well (toon, jeffery, mcnutt, criner). It's all about preference really[/quote] lastthing I want are WRs that can't seperate...

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                            • #15
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                              [quote user="myles2424"][quote user="Neverend"]It's hard to rank 'em

                              Like, I think TY Hilton and Devon Wylie are going to be absolute studs in the nfl. But wouldn't put them in top 5 though. Then there are receivers that excel at getting separation in intermediate passing game (marvin jones, givens) but there are others who struggle to separate but can grab the football extremely well (toon, jeffery, mcnutt, criner). It's all about preference really[/quote] lastthing I want are WRs that can't seperate...[/quote]

                              "Can't" separate is harsh. More like average at getting separation.

                              There are plenty of receivers in the NFL that are pretty good even if they aren't overly quick or explosive out of their breaks. Guys like Brandon Marshall or Marques Colston come to mind. You can compensate for it by having elite body control and box out skills. That's why I'm high on guys like Criner.

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