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    What positions do you want in rounds 4-7?

    We still have 4 more picks: 2 in the 4th round (32 and 36, a compensatory pick), 1 in the 6th, and 1 in the 7th. Obviously we will take BPA, but what positions do you hope are BPA when we pick? In no particular order I want an offensive lineman, a linebacker, a defensive end, and either a 2nd offensive lineman or a safety.

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    Re: What positions do you want in rounds 4-7?

    [quote user="Giants10Joe"]We still have 4 more picks: 2 in the 4th round (32 and 36, a compensatory pick), 1 in the 6th, and 1 in the 7th. Obviously we will take BPA, but what positions do you hope are BPA when we pick? In no particular order I want an offensive lineman, a linebacker, a defensive end, and either a 2nd offensive lineman or a safety.
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    Re: What positions do you want in rounds 4-7?

    Still want Iloka, but its getting too crowded at DB now... Thought he could be a good player on STs and against the larger TEs.

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    Re: What positions do you want in rounds 4-7?

    i would think a coupla o-linemen a linebacker and maybe another d-end!

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    Re: What positions do you want in rounds 4-7?

    i'd like to see a TE even if its a flier and we bring him in to see how he does at camp.

    We could also get a good G later in most drafts.

    maybe a pass rush specialist DE...

    honestly, i look at our roster, and i cannot find one hole. even our OL may improve just bc we arent changing it up and experience together is what they need.

    this may be the best first 3 rounds JR has ever put together, and picking last each round?!?!

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    Re: What positions do you want in rounds 4-7?

    Pass rusher. Need to keep fueling the fire that drives this defense.

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    Re: What positions do you want in rounds 4-7?

    Ideally 'd love at least 1 safety and at least 1 o-lineman -- preferably a tackle.

    Is Turbin still around? I don't remember seeing his name drafted yet. If he were around in the 4th, I'd be tempted to take him because we have no idea what Scott and that other RB who was suspended can really do, plus I'm not high on Ware.

    But at the end of the day, I would take BPA at each pick.

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    Re: What positions do you want in rounds 4-7?

    Interior Oline sounds safe.....also would like Nigel Bradham....
    But regardless of drafting Randle, I'd still love Joe Adams in the 4th...
    Also wouldn't mind Vick Ballard to replace extremely average Dj Ware

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    Re: What positions do you want in rounds 4-7?

    Offensive line depth. And another pass rusher. And DB, if it's a safety.

    We're good at LB: Boley, Blackburn, Rivers, Herzlich, and Williams are all potential starters. Give the young guys time to develop.

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    Re: What positions do you want in rounds 4-7?

    O-Line, O-Line, TE and D-Line. In that order.

    BTW, did anybody hear the fantastic rant Rich Eisen did on nfl network when the Jags drafted a Punter.

    Absolutely Solid Gold by Eisen. "XOXOXO Punters!!! " Totally hysterical....

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