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    Let's also not forget the cap help you get from having good cheap backups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegreatone View Post
    Looks like the bears agree with your assessment
    Greene is awesome, slip is crazy.. I think the bears know just alittle bit about LB's as well..lol Watch em play, and he looks like one of the best lB's in the country...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talorin2 View Post
    Let's also not forget the cap help you get from having good cheap backups.
    U can find a cheap QB to sit and hold a clip board.. Its not like Nassib is some sure thing anyways, hence why teams passed em by for so long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmen0820 View Post
    Man the Giants have really cultivated a QB friendly environment. They addressed OL very early, and they're stacked at WR and RB. Nassib will have time to develop any flaws in his technique and familiarize himself within the system.

    I like the pick. Eli's been incredibly durable, but we'd be screwed without a backup plan. Early? Well, like Pugh, we wanted him and he wouldn't have been there at our pick -- let alone our next pick.
    WHo woulden't u of liked ??lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    It shows that Reese REALLY trusts our LB way more than even I do...
    Well with the signing of Connor and re-signing of Rivers, we're -- in a way -- getting value equivalent to that of a third day LBer.

    That's just how I see it, but I could see us taking a LBer next round. I did predict fourth round, though, so I'll admit I was wrong with that prediction.

    Aaaand there goes Hodges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycsportzfan View Post
    U can find a cheap QB to sit and hold a clip board.. Its not like Nassib is some sure thing anyways, hence why teams passed em by for so long.
    Not just cheap, but a project that could have an impact down the road. Eli wont be on top of his game forever. No one is guaranteed future success. Any given Sunday, just ask Bledsoe.

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    He looks like a young phil simms

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycsportzfan View Post
    WHo woulden't u of liked ??lol
    *Have, and I don't understand the basis of your question. Are you suggesting that I blindly accept everyone of Reese's picks, because if you fallaciously think that I'd counter-suggest opening your eyes in the Thursday night Pugh threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    Where is this "greene is great" stuff coming from? Watch him play, hes like 5th-6th round talent.
    Mayock just said most people had a 2nd-3rd round grade on him

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    Jerry reese called hima 1st or 2nd round talent

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