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  • #16
    DE/Pass Rusher, and CB are the most important positions we should address.

    Unless Warmack is on the board. I know most people wouldn't be stoked with a Guard in the first, but we need maulers on the OL and it'd be nice to get the dependence of the offense off of the skill position players who might get too pricey in the rapidly approaching future.
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    • #17
      Off subject.. i realize this a a LB thread. but By the way they are projecting Barrett Jones (who I've watched for 4 yrs at Alabama) which I feel will be an excellent pro in second round. He won 3 Titles with Alabama at 3 different OLine positions. We could use a guy like this
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      • #18
        I think we should go Oline in the 2nd round

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        • #19
          Originally posted by KillaRich View Post
          If the looney TE'O is there and Rutgers/Elizabeth, NJ's own Khaseem Greene is there in the 2nd.... I say do it......

          LB core would be Greene/TE'O/Boley .... I know its 2 rookies...but we cant be any worse...Greene rotates with J-Will.....I always liked Chase but Herz will obviously be the backup MLB


          Lose Osi no problem...Move Kiwi back to his natural position and watch him thrive....

          then go O-Lineman ...Unless an O-lineman is BPA in the first..... then this whole idea is pointless lol
          I doubt Boley is on the team next season. He's a very likely cap casualty candidate.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by miked1958 View Post
            Off subject.. i realize this a a LB thread. but By the way they are projecting Barrett Jones (who I've watched for 4 yrs at Alabama) which I feel will be an excellent pro in second round. He won 3 Titles with Alabama at 3 different OLine positions. We could use a guy like this
            Very versatile which would be nice here. I really hope our front office can overlook the fact that his ceiling, although not to high, still provides us a solid player.

            I'm sick of these project tackles/turned guards/turned tackles again that leave us WITH NO ONE! The more solid guys we can get on the OL, the better we will be moving forward. If we do decide to go the heavy (pardon the pun) route of offensive lineman, it'll be a testament to how we approach the looming contract situations of Cruz and Nicks.

            With either offensive dynamic, whether the focus lies heavily on the OL or the skill position players, I'm confident that we can be very successful. We've won with both formulas in the past.
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            • #21
              Originally posted by Cloud57 View Post
              I think we should go Oline in the 2nd round
              there should be some good linemen in the 2nd.. Lane Johnson, Dallas Thomas & Pugh..

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              • #22
                Originally posted by gmen0820 View Post
                Very versatile which would be nice here. I really hope our front office can overlook the fact that his ceiling, although not to high, still provides us a solid player.

                I'm sick of these project tackles/turned guards/turned tackles again that leave us WITH NO ONE! The more solid guys we can get on the OL, the better we will be moving forward. If we do decide to go the heavy (pardon the pun) route of offensive lineman, it'll be a testament to how we approach the looming contract situations of Cruz and Nicks.

                With either offensive dynamic, whether the focus lies heavily on the OL or the skill position players, I'm confident that we can be very successful. We've won with both formulas in the past.
                the more i think about it, the more id look to trade outta 19 (depending on what the boards look like near draft day of course) and get two 2nd round picks that can be used on 2 quality OL. maybe trade 19th for the first pick of the 2nd and a 3rd or something. spend 2 picks on OL in the 2nd. and 2 picks on situational defensive players in the 3rd. like pass rushing specialist DE and a run stopping DT...id be ecstatic with that...

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                • #23
                  Greene and Ogletree both cant shed and are crap with their hands.

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                  • #24
                    I want Kevin Red**** (UNC), A.J. Klein (IOWA ST.) or Bruce Taylor (VT) as darkhorse middle linebackers that can be had in the middle rounds. We really need to strengthen the lines and get another cornerback in the worst way. I don't want small linenackers that weigh less than 245 anymore. We already have Williams and Paysinger who are on the small side. That is enough.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by gmen0820 View Post
                      DE/Pass Rusher, and CB are the most important positions we should address.

                      Unless Warmack is on the board. I know most people wouldn't be stoked with a Guard in the first, but we need maulers on the OL and it'd be nice to get the dependence of the offense off of the skill position players who might get too pricey in the rapidly approaching future.
                      Games are won in the trenches so we really do need to have both lines in mind during the draft.
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                      • #26
                        They should go DE then RT or RT then DE.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by slipknottin View Post
                          Greene and Ogletree both cant shed and are crap with their hands.
                          Can they get Brown in the 3rd?

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Buddy333 View Post
                            Can they get Brown in the 3rd?
                            no chance. Brown is the best stack/shed LB in this draft.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by slipknottin View Post
                              no chance. Brown is the best stack/shed LB in this draft.
                              What about the 2nd? Go DE in the 1st, Brown in the 2nd, and RT in the 3rd unless they are able to find a good veteran for cheap. Then they can go S or CB in the 3rd.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Buddy333 View Post
                                What about the 2nd? Go DE in the 1st, Brown in the 2nd, and RT in the 3rd unless they are able to find a good veteran for cheap. Then they can go S or CB in the 3rd.
                                Thats what I did in my mock, but Im not sure Brown will be there when they pick in the 2nd.

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