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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by titans1839, Mar 31, 2014.

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  1. RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    I would be so excited if we got Barr and Mason. That'd be sick. Then if we came around in the 4th and took Murray all the sudden I would have extremely high hopes for this team.
  2. ImATitan Starter

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    A giant sleeper imo, really like this guy


    #West Virginia RB Charles Sims is scheduled to make a pre-draft visit to the #Titans later this week. He's a projected 3rd-4th round pick
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    Eastern Illinois QB Jimmy Garoppolo is scheduled to make a pre-draft visit to the #Titans later this month. His stock is rising
    GTFO my pancakz, The Hammer and xpmar9x high five this.
  4. Cajun_Titan_33 Starter

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    I've never wanted a 3rd round pick more that I do this year...
  5. UrbanLegend3 Starter

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    I think we would've wanted it just as bad last year.
  6. Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    Justin Hunter better live up to expectations. The depth at WR this year and the overall depth throughout makes that selection very important. Could have stayed at 40 last year and gotten a damn good WR in the second this year without giving anything up. Gotta have more foresight than that, Ruston.
  7. Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    An updated version.

    Antonio Andrews, RB, Western Kentucky (COM)
    Anthony Barr, LB, Falcons (PRI)
    Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida (COM)
    Preston Brown, LB, Louisville (LOC)
    Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State (PRI)
    Kadeem Edwards, OL, Tennessee State (LOC)
    Cameron Fleming, OL, Stanford (VINT)
    Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois (PRI)
    A.C. Leonard, TE, Tennessee State (LOC)
    Tre Mason%, RB, Auburn (PRI) (COM)
    Jordan Matthews%, WR, Vanderbilt (LOC) (SR)
    Demetrius Rhaney, OL, Tennessee State (LOC)
    Bradley Roby, DB, Ohio State (PRI)
    Charles Sawyer, DB, Ole Miss (PRO)
    Charles Sims, RB, West Virginia (PRI)
    David Van Dyke, DB, Tennessee State (LOC)
    Terrance West, RB, Towson (PRI)
    Avery Williamson, LB, Kentucky (LOC)
  8. ImATitan Starter

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    What do you guys think of a likely option at 11, Anthony Barr?

    He's clearly raw as he's only played defense for 2 years, but he's an athletic freak. 6'5, 255 with 4.4 speed! His first step is unbelievably quick, and his spin move is nasty. He has a nice motor and just gets to the QB. He also has a GREAT knack for stripping the ball from the QB. His timing there is great.

    At the same time, his tape doesn't show me much power, which scares me vs NFL Tackles. Of course a guy isn't going to get to the QB every play (and he faced a lot of double teams) but sometimes it's concerning how long it takes him to get off a block (if he gets off it). He'll also struggle dropping into coverage early in his career imo, he's raw & has a lot to learn about passing schemes.

    I wouldn't be super happy or super pissed if we take him. I'd be content & excited about his potential.

    Let's remember his UCLA DC Lou Spanos is now our LB coach. He should have a big say whether we draft him or not (not final decision but he should be able to sway the decision one way or another).

    Have to admit, adding him to a group with Ayers, Brown & Woodyard would definitely give us the most athletic LB group in the NFL (if we don't already have that).
  9. Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    I see a lot of the things McShay has talked about lately. Stalls when he tries to convert speed to power, lacks game-strength, isn't exceptionally quick twitch. Then you look at the production. 40-something tackles for a loss and 20+ sacks over a two-year period having never played defense before.

    I think if you draft him he has a steep learning curve and will disappoint initially and people will get on him. I'm not sure he's a draft and start player.
  10. 520 Starter

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    lololol wait a second is this for real your questioning why whiz and co deserve more respect im sure you already been torn up about this pages 2-4 but I couldn't read it before jumping on this dude if you gonnna troll at least be subtle bout it you losing your touch hombre

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