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  1. #1701

    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="thegreatone"]if we are picking low id love to see sean spence lb'r the U but i know it'll never happen.
    [/quote]dream pick would be jayron hosely

  2. #1702

    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="thegreatone"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]


    [quote user="thegreatone"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]Since none of U gave me a suggestion im going to give us Devin Taylor DE South Carolina. Just dont see glaring holes on the roster besides TE.[/quote]who are our fa's for next year and players with 1 year left?
    [/quote]




    FA's




    Mario Manningham




    Terrel Thomas




    Kareem Mckenzie




    Jon Goff




    Aaron Ross







    1 year left




    Kiwi




    Osi




    Phillips




    Jacobs




    Barden




    Beckum




    Beatty




    Koets




    Sintim







    I considered CB but I think Thomas will be retained, WR I dont know the Giants have become very passive with there negotiations and I think teams will be extremely interested in him. I think the Giants will lowball him and lose him in all honesty. OT, depends on how Beatty plays this year but it is possible. FS- IF Phillips knee acts up.LB Ive given up on a 1st round LB




    Id put it




    DE




    WR




    OT




    FS




    CB




    in likeliness of 1st round pick




    [/quote]do you have us picking in the same spot or are you projecting a lower pick?
    [/quote]




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    Aaron Aloysius


    Ryan Lownes

    1. Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford
    2. Quinton Coples – DE – North Carolina Alshon Jeffery – WR – South Carolina
    3. Matt Barkley – QB – USC Landry Jones – QB – Oklahoma
    4. Alshon Jeffery – WR – South Carolina Luke Kuechly – LB – Boston College
    5. Trent Richardson – RB – Alabama Trent Richardson – RB – Alabama
    6. Matt Kalil – OT – USC Justin Blackmon – WR – Oklahoma State
    7. Alfonzo Dennard – CB – Nebraska Dre Kirkpatrick – CB – Alabama
    8. Riley Reiff – OT – Iowa Stephon Gilmore – CB – South Carolina
    9. Brandon Jenkins – DE/OLB – Florida State Matt Kalil – OT – USC
    10. Landry Jones – QB – Oklahoma Matt Barkley – QB – USC
    11. Justin Blackmon – WR – Oklahoma State Donte Paige-Moss – DE – North Carolina
    12. Luke Kuechly – LB – Boston College Quinton Coples – DE – North Carolina
    13. Jonathan Martin – OT – Stanford Vontaze Burfict – LB – Arizona State
    14. Donte Paige-Moss – DE/OLB – North Carolina Cliff Harris – CB – Oregon
    15. Stephon Gilmore – CB – South Carolina Brandon Jenkins – OLB – Florida State
    16. Michael Floyd – WR – Notre Dame Jonathan Martin – OT – Stanford
    17. Jerel Worthy – DT – Michigan State Michael Floyd – WR – Notre Dame
    18. Cordy Glenn – OL – Georgia Alfonzo Dennard – CB – Nebraska
    19. Zach Brown – LB – North Carolina Riley Reiff – OT – Iowa
    20. Alameda Ta’amu – NT – Washington Devin Taylor – DE/OLB – South Carolina
    21. Knile Davis – RB – Arkansas Marcus Forston – DT – Miami
    22. Manti Te’o – ILB – Notre Dame Courney Upshaw – LB – Alabama
    23. Devin Taylor – DE/OLB – South Carolina Manti Te’o – ILB – Notre Dame
    24. Dre Kirkpatrick – CB – Alabama Brandon Lindsey – OLB – Pittsburgh
    25. Brandon Thompson – DT – Clemson Jerel Worthy – DT – Michigan State
    26. Chase Minnifield – CB – Virginia Zach Brown – OLB – North Carolina
    27. Ben Jones – C – Georgia Dont’a Hightower – ILB – Alabama
    28. Jared Crick – DE – Nebraska David DeCastro – OG – Stanford
    29. Greg Childs – WR – Arkansas Juron Criner – WR – Arizona
    30. Morris Claiborne – CB – LSU Knile Davis – RB – Arkansas
    31. Levi Ad**** – OT – Oklahoma State LaMichael James – RB – Oregon
    32. Andre Ellington – RB – Clemson Jared Crick – DE – Nebraska


  3. #1703

    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    Patriots draft was strong out of the gate
    3rd round RB Stevan Ridley - 64 yds rushing 2 TD's, 47 yds receiving 1 TD
    3rd round QB Ryan Mallet- 12/19 164 yds TD


  4. #1704

    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="juice33s"]Patriots draft was strong out of the gate
    3rd round RB Stevan Ridley - 64 yds rushing 2 TD's, 47 yds receiving 1 TD
    3rd round QB Ryan Mallet- 12/19 164 yds TD

    [/quote]I was watching tape on Ridley very underrated. If Mallet can improve his footork in the pocket he can be pretty damn good. When he got time he ripped teams to shreds. He did have probably the best WR corp in the Nation though

  5. #1705

    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="juice33s"]Patriots draft was strong out of the gate
    3rd round RB Stevan Ridley - 64 yds rushing 2 TD's, 47 yds receiving 1 TD
    3rd round QB Ryan Mallet- 12/19 164 yds TD

    [/quote]I was watching tape on Ridley very underrated. If Mallet can improve his footork in the pocket he can be pretty damn good. When he got time he ripped teams to shreds. He did have probably the best WR corp in the Nation though[/quote]
    When Mallet has a pocket to stand in the guy can flat out sling it. Kind of reminds me of a young Kerry Collins, but I think Mallets arm is even better then Kerry's was.

    As for Ridley, he's the prototypical patriots back. Down hill runner with a nice low pad level that can contribute in the passing game. Reminds me of a young Sammy Morris

  6. #1706

    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    Happen to notice both Mason Foster (Bucs) and Casey Matthews (Eagles) are already starting for their respective teams. Thought I'd point that out since both got so much pub on the boards pre draft

  7. #1707

    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    Im sure most of U guys have seen this but Knile Davis broke his ankle and is out for the season. Its his 3rd broken ankle in 3 years. His chances of being drafted high in 2013 are most likely gone. No way would I use a high pick on a RB with reoccurring ankle breaks.

  8. #1708

    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="Redeyejedi"]Im sure most of U guys have seen this but Knile Davis broke his ankle and is out for the season. Its his 3rd broken ankle in 3 years. His chances of being drafted high in 2013 are most likely gone. No way would I use a high pick on a RB with reoccurring ankle breaks.[/quote]

    The rumor is he has the same affliction to his ankle that Yao Ming has.

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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    I've been outta commish for a bit while i was moving and switching internet service, was wondering if anyone knows anything about COMP PICKS for Boss/Smith/Cofield???

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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="nycsportzfan"]I've been outta commish for a bit while i was moving and switching internet service, was wondering if anyone knows anything about COMP PICKS for Boss/Smith/Cofield???
    [/quote]

    from what I understand, based on contracts/playing time, we should get some for Cofield and Boss. Smith's injury, and signing Baas might limit it to two picks, but we could wind up with a 3rd and 4th.

    Just imagine this past draft with two 3's and two 4's rather than three 6's.

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