With the 30th pick in the '09 NFL Draft...

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Ubiq, Jan 10, 2009.

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  1. Alex1939

    Alex1939 Old Man Tip Jar Donor

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  2. Ubiq

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    It's Bulluck, and he's a WLB. Cushing is not a WLB. Like I said above, Keglar played well on special teams and looks like he could be Thornton's eventual replacement. I really don't think we'll be drafting another Sam this year; especially not early.

    Taylor Mays wouldn't be a bad replacement for Keith, but he won't make it past Houston.
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  3. Eddyc85

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    I don't care if we take a junior. Everyone is different, just because Young isn't working out doesn't mean another junior wont. I really hope Mark Sanchez comes out myself but I doubt it.
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  4. Chapparal97

    Chapparal97 Grumpy Old Fart

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    Mays is a Safety.
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  5. Ubiq

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    So was Bulluck at one point.

    Mays would be a great WLB in our system, IMO.
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  6. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    he shouldn't have "tons" of INTs throughout his career, but you'd think he would just luck into more than one.
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    Shoot Yeah! 6'3", 220......fastest player on that USC team. Hard to believe. I take him and let him play both ways. LOL
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  8. Chapparal97

    Chapparal97 Grumpy Old Fart

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    So Ubiq.....what do you think......

    Sign Big Al and trade him for a higher pick in the first and second.......Draft Mays in the first and let him be Bullocks heir apparent. Hmmmm....We've been pretty successful in findinding DT's in middle rounds. LOL
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  9. Ubiq

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    Signing Albert then trading him is not happening.

    But to play along, if we were to trade up, I would be looking to get Aaron Curry, Brian Orakpo, Brandon Spikes, Malcolm Jenkins, or Michael Crabtree. Mays is good, but he's not on the same level as those guys I just mentioned, IMO.

    As for DT, I think next year's class will be a little better. Oghobaase, Suh, and McCoy will all be 1st round talents in 2010. So, I think we can hold off until then. Not sure if we will or not, but I would.
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  10. JCarr31

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    I think we definitely need to address CB, LB, and C. Harper, Bulluck, and Mawae are getting old and we need to find guys that are going to hopefully take their spots and succeed in the future. We definitely need a WR but I'm convinced that we won't take a gamble on a receiver in an early round unless we somehow stumble upon Crabtree. Hakeem Nicks out of UNC showed flashes of great potential and big play ability against West Virginia and I think he is going to be a good player in the league. I don't think we will go after Harvin or Maclin if they are available, because they are small speed receivers and we need a big target who can stretch the field and open up the run even more. If Haynesworth is not retained maybe we address DT early in the draft. I don't see the need to draft a QB, but drafting a running back in the 2nd or 3rd round wouldn't hurt because Henry and Ganther aren't working out and I don't think White is the permanent answer behind CJ.
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