Huddle report computer 7 rnd mock

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  1. Soxcat

    Soxcat Starter

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    MOss may end up a better player than Chad Jackson IMO. Still I don't see us going WR until further in the draft if at all.
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  2. GLinks

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    I'm right there with you.
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  3. Tonye209

    Tonye209 209 Cali

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    i feel ya
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  4. Tonye209

    Tonye209 209 Cali

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    Yea
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  5. #1TitansFan

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    Take a Florida Gator over a Miami Hurricane...I don't think so. Cane players always have more potential then those lousy Gators.
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  6. thnom

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    Where has potential got anybody who hasn't produced? Potential doesn't even make you a career backup, it makes you off the pile. An overachiever is usually the backup of choice as they're pretty limited.
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  7. Broken Record

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    The Hackney pick is interesting, though I don't know where he's rated and where he'd be a value. I saw him play a few times and he has potential. He's rough around the edges, but definitely plays with a lot of heart. If the Titans draft a QB at #3, Hackney could be a good second stringer in a year or two. That leads up to the question, "at what round would you choose a 3rd string QB who could be a solid 2 in a year?"
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