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    I say tyrann matheiu in 3rd round if he is there

    With hixon gone and Wilson more then likely number 1 running back we can use a kick returner and truth be told he can blister in some of our 5-3-3 packages I mean wasn't this guy defensive player of year ,top db in the same year and heisman nominee also he is definitely worth a risk !!!!!!hell we took Braddy and manningham with there college problems I think matheiu would help out more then ppl think put him on a one strike you out verbal and written contract plus coughlins hard nose old school approach he would be fine gimme ya thoughts giants nation

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    A 3rd pick on a return specialist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy333 View Post
    A 3rd pick on a return specialist?
    That actually made me laugh. Pound for pound the guys a beast at cb and yes special teams. I love the pick in 3rd round

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAILGATIN' View Post
    That actually made me laugh. Pound for pound the guys a beast at cb and yes special teams. I love the pick in 3rd round
    Is he really that good of a cover corner? He is also very small. If they want a small guy they have Bing and he is much faster for the return game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAILGATIN' View Post
    That actually made me laugh. Pound for pound the guys a beast at cb and yes special teams. I love the pick in 3rd round
    Per the pro scouts, they feel he has too many red flags and may not have the strength in the pros, only doing 4 reps with the weights.
    If the Giants like him, I hope they look at him as early as the 4th round or later, if he is available. He can be a good return man on ST and another cog in the wheel in the secondary, although we do have Hosley.

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    We already have Hosley. You want an even shorter CB? Thanks but no thanks.

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    He is small but why should that matter if you've got great coverage (and ups)? I think he possibly could have been at least a round 2 guy if not for the off field issues. I think in round 3 that he is a great bargain and well worth the risk/reward factor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAILGATIN' View Post
    He is small but why should that matter if you've got great coverage (and ups)? I think he possibly could have been at least a round 2 guy if not for the off field issues. I think in round 3 that he is a great bargain and well worth the risk/reward factor.
    You can think all that all u want but your in the minority on this one

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAILGATIN' View Post
    He is small but why should that matter if you've got great coverage (and ups)? I think he possibly could have been at least a round 2 guy if not for the off field issues. I think in round 3 that he is a great bargain and well worth the risk/reward factor.
    He was never great at coverage. His value was more in the blitz, against the run and forcing turnovers via FFs. He was never adept in coverage in college, which should exacerbate against better receivers in the NFL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by penguinfarmer View Post
    He was never great at coverage. His value was more in the blitz, against the run and forcing turnovers via FFs. He was never adept in coverage in college, which should exacerbate against better receivers in the NFL.
    Looking a little closer his skill-set seems to be best matched against a slot receiver rather than the outside. I can't say I agree with Deon Sanders calling him a day one starting #1 CB but I think he can be very productive if used correctly.

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