2010 draft

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

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  1. Pacman 4 HoF

    Pacman 4 HoF Special Teams Standout

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    sorry but weve drafted like 8 d linemen in the past two years. i mean, we have needs at pretty much every position, and we need more d linemen? were are going to be the detroit lions of D linemen with a 15 man rotation and no one else. Our D line is doing its job pretty well. they stop the run nicely, with the exception of today and i dont really blame them at 0-5 down 10230 in the first quarter, who really wants to play football.

    DB is the #1 need, best DB is eric berrrrry
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  2. Eddyc85

    Eddyc85 Go Bucks!

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    And with zero QB pressure and inexperienced corners he'll look like pro bowl safety Michael Griffin. Admit it, it's homerism. We need a QB more than anything. It's the #1 need and it's how EVERY SINGLE TEAM starts their rebuilding process.

    The only exception I can think of is Houston but even then they had to get a QB and were fortunate Atlanta had a good QB to trade.
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  3. NYCTitanfan84

    NYCTitanfan84 Special Teams Standout

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    Its one thing to draft a d lineman and its another to draft a quality one. JF's philosophy of quantity over quality has killed this team at many positions and Dline is one of them.
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  4. Finnegan2win

    Finnegan2win hopesfall2win

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    Yes we need a QB, but seriously is there anyone coming out this year that's worth a damn?

    Bradford with busted shoulder, even without it I would question him. He has 0 mobility under pressure. His accuracy is average. Most of his yards are from his playmakers he's had around him. I doubt he'll be that good in NFL.

    McCoy? Doesn't really blow me away, he's like a more mobile Bradford. I think this team is done with scrambling QBs. I wouldn't be against it..but I'd be skeptical..

    Clausen? Uh if the last name doesn't give it away..don't know what will. Overrated as anything I've ever seen.

    Tebow? No. Getthehellout.

    Then who else? I know there are more I just dont know who they are.
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  5. TexasTitan24

    TexasTitan24 Camp Fodder

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    How about we draft "The Tuna".
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  6. Eddyc85

    Eddyc85 Go Bucks!

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    I'll agree on McCoy and Tebow but Bradford has great accuracy. His shoulder and style of offense is a concern but I like the intangibles.

    As for Clausen, your going to disqualify a guy based on his last name? That's stupid. And no he's not overrated, he's been great all year even with an average team around him.
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  7. Jedimasterbyrd

    Jedimasterbyrd Time Traveler/Jewel Thief

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    I say sign Jason Campbell and focus on the defense. We have a RB, decent oline (Kevin is getting really old) and I think Nate and Kenny will look better with a balanced offense and less drops.

    None of that matters if there is no defense. That is our focus.
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  8. Chapparal97

    Chapparal97 Grumpy Old Fart

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    I told you about 10 posts ago.......Tony Pike, Cincinnati
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  9. eds clothing

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    Clausen Has some of the best receiver and Tight end in the Nation. He has Golden Tate All Clausen does is throw it up high and let him go get it. Doesn't work in the League Give me Jake Locker. He has the best skill with the least talent around him.
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  10. BigD73OT

    BigD73OT NFL Free Agent

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    Griff was a corner and moved to FS(although he played some of both in college)....hes not a corner for the Titans...he is a safety.
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