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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by JCBRAVE, Mar 1, 2013.
Why is 45, I mean Scarecrow allowed to post as Ghost?
Surely this violates some goTitans rules.
well... we are cousins.
I still think the guy is a bust for where we drafted him. His performance lately doesn't even warrant the 1st round pick we spent on him. A 3rd at best.
Morgan is a good player. He was affected by injuries his first couple of years and turned it around last year.
He did improve second half of the season, but look at who we were playing.
Can use that for any player, you play good teams and you play bad teams. Season stats are season stats.
Brown really came on late in the season as well. He's no bust. The word bust is so overused. It should be reserved for guys who produced nothing for the team that drafted him. Injury shouldn't equal a bust label. Purple Drank was a bust, Jahvid Best had injury problems. Morgan has slightly underachieved when compared to his draft spot but honestly very few guys picked that high live up to the hype either. When I was less knowledgeable I thought Reggie Bush was gonna set the world on fire once he entered the league. Didn't happen. But he's not a bust.
Reggie Bush is gonna help the Lions a lot, when that team can run the ball they're tough to beat
He'll be what Javhid Best was suppose to be. Bush/LeShoure should be a solid duo.
Yea, I'm going to have to agree...I'm pretty excited about Morgan. I wouldn't go to the extent to put him in the same category as JJ Watt, but he's a solid starting DE.
Being an SEC fan, I didn't get many chances to watch FSU/Werner play, but I just think that if Warmack is there at 10 then we'll take Warmack no matter what.
Warmack's as close to a sure thing as you have in this draft...and a long term solution at that.
I agree that we should finish fixing the O line first. But, the reality of the draft is that pass rushers and pocket collapsing D linemen will go first and we may be heading that way. Let's face it there are only a handful of those type of impact players in the draft and they are always high risk/ high reward.