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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by JCBRAVE, Jan 8, 2013.
Jerod Mayo was worth his pick I think.
That shows that bad teams are bad because they pick bad players.
I'm of the thinking that this is a distinct possibility, esp. with Lewan and Matthews going back for their Senior years. They need OL help badly as well, but they may be looking to jump up and grab the second rated OT at 10, before the Chargers pick. The Combine will tell us if any OT jump into the Top 10 other than Loeckel (sp?).
This is exactly why I don't like it when we try to get 'value' at the picks. Just because someone is projected to go top 10 doesn't mean he should. If there is a guy that can help your team take him. I don't care if its 5 spots to soon or whatever. That junk doesn't matter on sundays.
Yup, if you have a need and the guy as the best player is there you take.
Unless you just know he will be there real late.
But say we just thought Elam was the next Ed Reed, we should take him at 10 instead of waiting to see if he falls into the second.
Considering OG is tied for biggest need I would just go Warmack.
Well I mean in this case yea, but would you pass on what could be an Ed Reed for what might end up a Zach Pillar?
This is all hypothetical of course.
If I thought he was the next Ed Reed then yeah or trade back a little.
right, again im not comparing him to Reed, I just think the 'order' 1-10 are supposed to go are shams