Second pick: WR

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  1. JCBRAVE

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    We wont use the 10th on a WR, especially considering the two top WR's this draft compare too closely to Kendall Wright style wise.
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  2. The Playmaker

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    If we use our 1st on a WR again I will do something bad, like, you might see it in the news bad.
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  3. mike75

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    Yes since they came here.Those Warren Moon led Oiler teams had some great talent at WR.
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  4. mike75

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    I was wrong about Austin but we still get Justin Hunter who is considered by many to be a first round caliber WR and quite a few mocks had Hunter going in the first before Patterson.Hunter has been compared to AJ Green and thats perfectly fine as well.

    So maybe the WR depth looks like this....Wright,Britt,Washington,Hunter and Walter

    Looks like both Lavelle Hawkins and Damian Williams could be leaving soon

    Anyhow we got a totally revamped line on offense that looks like one of the best in the league not to mention plenty of weapons on offense for Locker to throw to not to mention C.J. should have plenty of room to run.

    No more excuses for Locker the offense has been set up for him to succeed.
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  5. ImATitan

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    Hunter in the 2nd after all! Pretty cool to see some of you guys wanted him weeks back. I have full confidence in the pick.
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  6. Titans2004

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    I just don't see Washington sticking on the roster with his salary. He might make it to camp, but if we go injury free in camp then Washington could be a late cut or get traded to a team that has a key injury at WR in camp.
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  7. sikwiddit

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    Keenan Allen & Robert woods still on the board and the Titans Trade up to pick "Stick figure"Justin effin' Hunter. you gotta be poopin' me.
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  8. RavensShallBurn

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    Quinton Patton is incredibly still available.

    When we traded up to get Hunter, I thought we were getting Tank. That's what we should've done. Then we could've taken Patton at #97 instead of Gooden.

    Warmack, Carradine, Wreh-Wilson, Patton would look pretty damn good through 3 rounds.

    But I like Hunter. Can't complain too much. I also would've taken Damontre Moore instead of Wreh-Wilson.
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  9. RavensShallBurn

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    He is literally the same exact size as AJ Green.

    And I know no one is dumb enough to call the 2nd best WR in the NFL a stick.

    I'm not trying to say Hunter will be like Green. They're just the same size.
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  10. sikwiddit

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    2nd best wr or not he is a Skinny lil stick.... Green is 6'4" 207lbs Hunter is 6'4" 196LBS
    They are TALL BUT STILL STICK MEN