In partnership with CBSSports.com
We aren't just committed to college football; we're early enrolling in it.
Where the madness isn't just in March.
You have no favorite boards.
The most viewed topics.
The most replied to topics.
The most up-voted topics.
The most down-voted topics.
The most up-voted posters.
The most down-voted posters.
The most followed posters.
viking fan, but I'm sick of shitspatrick killing tje bills
Steven Jackson in FA.
Lutzenkirchen in 4th/5th round.
Swearinger or Amerson in the 2nd round. I love Amerson, but it depends on how he can transition to S.
This is probably wishful thinking, but Jarvis Jones is starting to slip down to the 15-20 range in some mocks, and I'd love to see us move up and get him to be a pass-rushing DE.
This post was edited by mizAU 17 months ago
Huddles are for rookies.
Steelers fan here.
Probably the least I've followed the draft in quite a few years, but here's what I would like to see from the first three rounds:
Not particularly sure which exact players, but if they come away with those three positions then I'll probably be happy. Just behind those positions, I'd like to see a midround RB and WR. Strangely enough, the Steelers have had much better luck with their offensive skill position players late in the draft than early.
Time and change will surely (truly) show
How firm thy friendship ... OHIO!
First round-OT Fisher, OG Warmack either one
Second round-if Lacy drops then him or Matt Barkley
Third round-CB Mathieu, Peterson said he wants to take him under his wing
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by z28 foody 17 months ago
You are nuts if you think the Ravens can trade back and get Rhodes. He will not make it past the Bucs at 13. Im not saying this either because Im a Nole fan but he is the 2nd best DB in the Draft. He is a big corner and it seems NFL teams are wanting to transition to the taller athletic corners ala the Seahawks. NFL.com had this to say about him.
Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State: It is hard to find corners with size, speed and athleticism, which is why Rhodes' impressive combine workout has scouts salivating. Rhodes measured in at 6-foot-1, 210 pounds and posted a 4.43-second 40-yard dash, answering any questions about his top-end speed and likely solidifying his status as a mid-first-round selection. Additionally, Rhodes logged 14 reps on the bench press while posting a 40.5-inch vertical jump and an 11-0 broad jump. Factor in his solid display of movement skills in positional drills and Rhodes becomes an intriguing "shutdown" corner candidate on most draft boards across the league.
Bills need everything.
Given Nix's history, I think odds are that he'll pick a CB. QB and WR are next up.
Won't be specific enough as far as an actual 'gameplan' is concerned. You can scrap CB, WR, and possibly S for the first round and focus on ILB, T, G and then if we lose a combination of Kruger, Ellerbee, of Mcphee then we start looking at 3-4 fits at DL
Better be 1st Rd OL, 2nd DL, 3rd Safety or OL/DL
yeah rhodes wont get past the Bucs at 13 unless schiano decides he likes trufant more
atlanta would be dumb to draft lacey. eifert should be the only choice. runningback is a devalued position nowadays and you can get good back in the second. plus i dont think that highly of lacey, i dont even think he was the best back on Bama this year.
actually i hope the falcon do take lacey because it means we wont have to stop eifert and we might be able to move up and grab him
FSU Ambassador to the masses
247Sports In partnership with CBS Sports