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  1. Titantonic

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    Six teams came into Sunday with 4-8 records, and they all lost. The Titans are now one of seven teams with a 4-9 record, and if the Saints somehow upset the Falcons Monday night, there will be eight. Sunday's win will probably drop the Titans down from fifth in the draft order for now, but I'll wait for GBN to come out with its winning percentages Tuesday to know for sure.
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    yeah, I noticed that today. Preety crazy. But with 3 games to go I could probably see the top 5 looking like Houston, San Fran, NY Jets, Green Bay, Tennessee. Houston take D'Brick, San Fran grab Bush, Jets nab Leinhart, dunno what GB and we would take.
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    if that was the Scenario Green Bay may take DeAngelo Williams and we take A.J Hawk.
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    I keep hearing Houston will take Bush, even though they don't really need a running back.
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    If Capors for some odd reason isn't fired and still the HC, they might take Bush. But the likely scenario here is that they will get someone new in there that knows what their doing (Mariucci) and they'll take D'Brick. They gotta solidify that OLine of theirs, because if Domink Davis can run like he is with a crap OLine, imagine what he could do with a good one. I don't wanna know.
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    Houston should take Bush and then trade him to the highest bidder. They can pick up multiple OL later in the draft. One good O Lineman isn't enough to make their line any good.
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    They could also just trade the top pick to someone lusting after Bush and get enough picks to fatten up on offensive linemen. I think that would be the wise way to go since this draft is extremely deep in what are considered top-flight OL guys.
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    I was thinking the same thing. Instead of passing on Bish trade out for someone else. But then again the Texan GM doesnt exactly strike me as a genius.
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