Davis v Ross - Draft Wars Rd. 1

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by The Hammer, Apr 15, 2017.

Which prospect would you rather the Titans take?

Poll closed Apr 18, 2017.
  1. Davis

    78.0%
  2. Ross

    22.0%
  1. xhrr

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    Never said I was against Hooker or guys with one year of college production so don't put words in my mouth. It does however still need to be taken into consideration. Guys with chronic key word chronic injury issues I do however tread very carefully with and would not touch a player in the top ten with the injury history of a Ross or Lattimore. I drop them each a round because of the extensive injury history which is well documented.
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  2. Gut

    Gut Pro Bowler

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    So where does Hooker fall for you? Obviously he only had one season and needed TWO surgeries after a single college season. Is that a concern? Or you don't care or drop him half a round? What's your mindset on a player like him?

    Where do you take a Foster who has shoulder issues (have had recurring shoulder stingers and now shoulder surgery), off the field issues, and a positive drug test?
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  3. xhrr

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    Why are you so concerned with Hooker and Foster when the topic is Lattimore and Ross? Do you not care about chronic hamstring issues and all Ross's injuries. Stay on one topic. I'm not talking about them because I don't believe Foster is in play at five and his drug test most likely solidified that. Yes his concussions and stingers scare me. He's in play at 18 potentially although not my first choice but his background needs to be extensively studied.

    I don't take safeties at five so no Hooker is not in my board with our first pick. If we trade down he gets consideration but he's still a round 1 talent. He has no prior injuries to this season so while it needs to be taken I to consideration he doesn't have a injury list that dates back years and he showed toughness at least playing through his injuries.
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