Type: Posts; User: big blue dog
it doesn't have to be #9 but they would be wise to get it done buy the second round, it's been a pressing need for 3 years now.
ohara UDFA suebert UDFA diehl 5th mc kenzie2nd snee 2nd , they been trying to duplicate that with low round picks but they have missed so many that they need to get guys who can play now and they...
a perenal pro bowl guard and posible allpro would be worth that pick.
correct thank you.
i stated he was in the other category not afraid to reach for a player they like.
JRs not afraid to take a small school guy in the second round, it could happen it would be a reach but when did that ever stop them from taking a player they liked.They took bromely in the third last...
thats the great thing about this debate know one is wrong i'd be happier with a versatile stud oline men, but if they drafted a stud dline inside or out i wouldn't complain
thats why under reese he took a solid roster and stripped down to bare bones by building from the outside in.
agree but it doesn't have to be in the top two rounds unless cooper or white fall to us,but the proof is there if you can get a difference maker on the oline the way martin solidified dallas's line...
+100 we don't need receivers and running backs think they already have 8 WRs on the roster as far as backs go they can grab one in the third or forth round they got to get both lines straightened out.
agree the big guys are always in demand.
exactly in no particular order.
dude you got that right were lucky both jennings and williams take care of the ball there were times when they got molly whopped 3-4 yards deep,theres no excuse for that to happen the amount of times...
agree but no matter how you slice it both lines need attention they were pushed around most of the year in the run game,where they it get from 1st 2nd 3rd round doesn't matter,i'll agree jags have a...
agree with what your saying but i don't think there are many 4-3 ends outside of dupree who are #9 worthy i woiuld be happy with dline or oline 1 and2 or vice versa.
have to agree the mid to late round picks build the coor of your roster special teams and such.and the and sometimes with a little luck you get a guy like cruz or armstead late or undrafted.
i heard on big blue kickoff live one of the draft experts said he wouldn't touch waynes with a first round pick slow lateral and change of direction and face guarded constantly to make up for poor...
if they can do this or something like this ticking of boxes with pretty good value it would be great.
our oline was man handled by the jags and with Eli getting the ball out in 3 seconds, still gave up a lot of pressure the film shows them playing in our own backfield on a ton of running plays they...
but would you say the later you draft them the better chance of a miss or maybe a2 or 3 year project, which a few years ago would have been fine.
they have been trying to duplicate that for more than a few draft cycles,it's hard enough to hit with the guys that are 1st 2nd and 3rd round draft choices,they were fortunate not to have to spend...
agree in this draft maybe andrus peat or dj humphrys would fit the tackle mode for a year or two down the road ,they both can play if need be but can use a year or two to get some experience.
lol only ray guy
so with the #9 pick there going to draft a guy coming off an acl who probably won't be readytill october being he had the injury in november.