2010 draft

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by loulou, Oct 18, 2009.

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  1. AH3

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    Just curious, can that happen? I'm pretty sure it's never happened, but didn't know if it was allowed. I know you're joking (though it's not a bad idea).
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  2. Titans256

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    Snead is an overrated college QB. What makes you think that the TITANS staff is gonna wipe a magic wand on him and turn him into Joe Flacco?

    You people are hilarious.
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  3. nate42104

    nate42104 Camp Fodder

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    Go ask Oakland, Houston, and Cleveland how those QB's who had wonderful college performances turned out.
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  4. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    the bucs traded for jon gruden.
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  5. ONUV

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    how many terrible college quarterbacks become great nfl quarterbacks?

    there's always going to be busts. look at the franchises you listed. they're bad for a reason.
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  6. AH3

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    I didn't know that, thanks. Pretty steep price for him too.
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  7. Eddyc85

    Eddyc85 Go Bucks!

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    You used to be allowed to trade for coaches, not anymore.

    Snead has physical tools to be a good QB but without the numbers to back him up I'm not sold yet.
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  8. MadDog

    MadDog GOING OUT OF BUSINESS!

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    Jason Campbell got benched today... maybe he'll be available in the FA during the off-season.

    As for the draft, I feel we need to go D-Fence... Were going to be losing more players on that side of the ball when the season is over. Plus, I don't see any strong QB's in this draft... Although, if Bradford is available we should take a chance on him.
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  9. Chapparal97

    Chapparal97 Grumpy Old Fart

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    If we go for a QB, I'd like to see us draft Cincinnati's Tony Pike. he's got the tools and will probably last till the 3rd or 4th round.

    As for 1st rounders.....we screwed up last year. Great D draft. I kept calling for Clay Matthews, but look at the success of all the rookie LB's. We perhaps missed out on the best LB core in years.
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  10. SawdustMan

    SawdustMan Pro Bowler

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    Agreed. Not that I would hate getting Berry or anything but it isn't as if he's the hands down guy we have to take. Based off the play we're seeing all over the field this season we could go in any number of directions with the first pick. Preferably I'd like to get a big nasty guy up front for our defense. DE... DT... I don't care. Regardless of its depth our D-Line has plenty of room for improvement.
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