Best Case Scenario

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by SARGO127, Apr 4, 2007.

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  1. SARGO127

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    1. WR Robert Meachem
    2. S Aaron Rouse
    3. CB Jonathan Wade
    4. DE Quentin Moses
    4. RB Michael Bush
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    Santa? Is that you?
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    switch rouse with moses round wise, IMO, is the most realistic scenario
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    I like it but SEARS would look better in 2. Yeah thats an all UT first day but thats not my reasoning, It gives us young quality talent at all of those spots. We are gonna need a replacement at gaurd within the next two years.

    Safety kinda falls down the totem pole with Lowry and Fuller being drafted. They honestly havent been given the chance.
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  5. i would rather have bowe than meachem
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    yeah
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    You two actually agreed on something? :ha:
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  9. hey, its tough love sometimes
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    1. Patrick Willis (ILB)
    2. Anthony Gonzalez (WR)
    3. Anthony Spencer (DE)
    4. Mansfield Wrotto (OG)
    4. Tarell Brown (CB)
    5. Michael Allen (TE)

    I'm gonna assume we are set at safety (if LT starts one more game for us, I'm going to punch my dog) and I don't think there is any way that Wade drops to us in the 3rd round. I really want to take a HB and DT but I just don't see the value. I always emphasize quality over filling a hole, as you can probably tell. Anthony Gonzalez might be a little stretch at the 19th pick in the 2nd. I wouldn't mind throwing in a later round pick to move up a few slots for him though. I figure he'll be taken in the 10-15 range of the 2nd. I wouldn't mind Harrell at that spot either if he falls and Gonzalez is gone. Spencer is another player that could jump up if a team is willing to develop him into a 3-4 OLB. If he is not there, there are numerous other DE's around his caliber that should be available (Crowder and Woodley both being good options).
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