Best CB?

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Gut, Nov 19, 2006.

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  1. Gunny

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    besides the point, one good game doesn't set the position of CB. It could have been a fluke.
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  2. ur right about that, i should have said if he continues to play like that, but i do think that he deserves another start
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  3. Snookus

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    I like Daymeion Hughes but still don't think CB is our biggest concern. I'm liking alot of the 2nd-3rd round talent at safety.
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  4. Gunny

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    I agree.
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  6. Titans2008

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    I really haven't seen a CB yet this year that makes me say "we should get that guy". Or safety for that matter.
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  7. Slipjack

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    Houston, out of Arkansas, will be a first round talent if he comes out.
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  8. GLinks

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    Upon further review, give me Johnathan Wade from UT. Reminds me of Pacman, how he can play man coverage and the run. Very physical. Good tackler. Good cover guy. And smart as well as instinctive. No idea where he'd go, but I'd guess rd 2-3. I'd take him over Heffney, of course, and upon further review, I'd take him over Houston, who I think has great talent. Wade is a smart playmaker. I think of Pac without the emotions and the return game.
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  9. GLinks

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    Got to get that Woolfolk thing out of my signature.
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