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My lions need.......everything except Calvin Johnson. That is all
I doubt Welker is in New England next season.
If that's true.. I could see them going after Austin bc Austin will be GREAT in the right system, IMO.. But if the Pats have Welker, Lloyd and Eldeman.. There's no way they get another short WR because they don't have that tall WR that can take the top off of a defense.
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Dallas needs stud OL and DL. Our O-Line is almost laughable for a college program let alone be a starting unit in the NFL. DL- Spencer is probably moving on, Ware is getting up there in age now, Ratliff is getting those small lingering injuries that happen with age and we all know about Brent who looked pretty good this season.
Probably grab a RB late to back up/start for injury prone Murray.
Too bad Jerruh will never hire a GM.
Bill loves versatility and Austin screams it despite his size.....we dont need size at WR when we have Gronk and
Make it happen!!!
While this is true.. Bill is not going to field 4 WR's under 6'0''.. It's just not going to happen in my opinion.. If Welker stays, there's no doubt in my mind that he will draft a taller WR.
But, either of us know for sure so agree to disagree because we'll have to wait and see.
Its very possible that Baltimore could draft Austin ahead of New England. Also, Houston could be a team that scoops him up before New England if Houston drafts before them.
This might come out of left field to you and it's just my opinion but I think the Bengals would be a great spot for Austin. Dalton is a decent young QB, have AJ Green on the outside.. Would be a fun team to watch.
Cincinnati will draft too high to take Austin. Austin's value is between 25 and 32 according to most draft analysts.
They're going to make the playoffs so they might draft that high.
Only tall Wideout we have ever had is Moss...during our super bowl years we had Troy Brown, David Givens, and Deion Branch run show....and Bill rarely.drafts Wideouts too so we shall see...I would love Tavon though
Anyone that hasn't watched this, I recommend it. This is Tavon in only 1 game this season against Oklahoma. Broke the Big 12 all time All-Purpose yards in a single game record. I'm gonna miss Tavon
Tavon was also the senior leader this season. He has never once been in any kind of trouble, he is a a team player that wants to win more than he wants to catch a ball. I wish Pittsburgh had a need for Tavon.
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On Nov. 17th 2012 West Virginia's versatile WR/RB/RET Tavon Austin put up arguably the most impressive performance by a single player in NCAA History. Getting his first significant action at running back he ran for 344 yards and 2 Touchdowns, he added 82 receiving yards and 146 kick return yards to give him a total of 572 all purpose yards, good enough for 2nd in the NCAA record books. All this against Oklahoma a team ranked 12th in the Nation at the time.
This post was edited by MarineMountie 16 months ago
Good to hear!!
Packers will take a ton of offensive lineman. Probably someone that can play the end spot in the 3-4. Since Cullen Jenkins left that has been a weak spot.
He'd be a good replacement for Greg Jennings. Jennings is most likely not going to be back in Green Bay. I don't see how the Packers don't go OL in round 1, but who knows.
I guess whomever the 32nd best player is.
Why reach on the 32nd best when you will be picking 26-28th? Seems like a bad strategy to me.
This post was edited by Hskr4Life23 16 months ago
I would love for the giants to get LBers Mike Mauti (5-7 round pick) and Gerald Hodges(round 2/3 2 is possible if he goes ham at the combine) and Matt Stankiewitch(Rounds 6/7) , DT Jordan Hill(Rounds 2/3), but DT is not a position of need(that won't stop the giants from drafting him if he is the best player available though .
If we're including players not entering the draft I'd want TE Kyle Carter, LT Donovan Smith, CB Adrian Amos(S at the next lvl), RB Zach Zwinak(move to FB),
“If you remember me, then I don't care if everyone else forgets.” ― Haruki Murakami
As long as Chan Gailey is the coach, the Bills will continue to suck. I can't figure out how he manages to keep a job.
This post was edited by Clemson 16 months ago
The Falcons need help - in my opinion - at MLB, C and RB.
1st round - if Teo has slipped to the bottom of the first, and I think he will, this could be a good get. Todd McClure is getting old, so taking Barrett Jones might not be a bad idea here either. He can back up at G and C until McClure retires. Wouldn't mind seeing Fluker here too.
2nd round - Wonder if Montee Ball would slip to bottom of 2nd round? Probably not. It would depend on his combine and workout results, but I'd be interested to see if Knile Davis from Arkansas is all the way back yet. He was a Demarco Murray-type back before his injury. Otherwise, the highest-rated RB or Mike on the board.
3rd round - Highest-rated QB on the board. After watching what Kirk Cousins did for Washington, I guess you can just never have enough quality QBs. Maybe this is too high for the Falcons to take a QB though.
There is no way Te'o goes that low. He will be a top 10 pick. But I would love the Falcons to take Tyler Eiffert late in the first. Tony Gonzalez is about to be gone and could be a good replacement in the offense.
Philadelphia......................................................... the kicker. That's it. Everyone else stinks.
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