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Old 12-08-2009, 05:49 PM   #121
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I understand, it's because he could be the second comming of Reggie White. Adding that type of talent to a top tiered defense is scary
Suh is going to require double-teams. Haynesworth already requires that. By next year, its possible Orakpo will, too. Its a very scary proposition, indeed. If he's available, we simply can't pass on him.
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Old 12-08-2009, 05:52 PM   #122
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Re: Dream Draft Pick of the 2010 Draft

If the draft were today we would draft 6th. If Suh goes in the top 5 then he is not relevant to our conversation as things stand right now.
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Old 12-08-2009, 06:00 PM   #123
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If the draft were today we would draft 6th. If Suh goes in the top 5 then he is not relevant to our conversation as things stand right now.
except for the fact that if he fails to us it's a must take, i think thats what the majority of people are saying
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Old 12-08-2009, 06:01 PM   #124
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The thread title is Dream draft pick, not logical pick.
Fair point
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Old 12-08-2009, 06:03 PM   #125
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trading down is another option, as i doubt suh will even be available. alot can change between now and the draft, but he's definitely a top 3 pick and i dont think we'll be picking that high anyways.

I wouldn't count on Samuels coming back, but if he did, id plug him in at RT, relegate Heyer to a backup, start Levi Jones at LT, and draft his replacement in the 2nd round.

If we're picking in the top 5-8 and there's not a complete stud of a player that falls to us (like orakpo this year), then i agree we should try like hell to trade down. with so many juniors expected to declare for the draft in 2010, this draft should be especially deep at pretty much every position. if theres no stud, "can't miss" prospects, i'd absolutely love to trade down out of the 1st round entirely, and pick up as many 2nd rounders as we can.
while i agree it would be great to trade down the chances of that happening are slim to none, if we have a top ten pick which we most likly will have. no one will want to trade down to pick up that cost with this most likely being the last year with out a rookie wage scale.

we could however trade down our second pick for a later second and a 5th which would be nice since we don't have a third
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Old 12-08-2009, 06:04 PM   #126
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Suh is going to require double-teams. Haynesworth already requires that. By next year, its possible Orakpo will, too. Its a very scary proposition, indeed. If he's available, we simply can't pass on him.

thank god your not the G.M. or wait a minute, are you Vinny incognito? because that is something that dumb-ass would do. what do you propose we do about our biggest liability, the o-line?
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Old 12-08-2009, 06:09 PM   #127
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thank god your not the G.M. or wait a minute, are you Vinny incognito? because that is something that dumb-ass would do. what do you propose we do about our biggest liability, the o-line?
same thing happened this year, do you honestly think they had orakpo as their pick? he was top ten talent and thanks to the radiers and the bills he fell in our lap
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Suh is going to require double-teams. Haynesworth already requires that. By next year, its possible Orakpo will, too. Its a very scary proposition, indeed. If he's available, we simply can't pass on him.
I've been saying that we need to draft an o-lineman with our first pick no matter what. Someone like Okung preferrably. There are good defensive players available in the draft every year..but...my gosh does Suh look good. The more I read about him, and after seeing him in the Texas game, the same scenario as BHA describes has been playing in my head over and over and over..... Fortunately there is plenty of time to think this thing out and there should be some options with trades and such. There is a lot of time between now and the draft and a lot could happen. Restraint requires discipline, it should be interesting. My dream would be that we somehow acquire another #1 and get them both. Defininitely a dream.
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Old 12-08-2009, 06:20 PM   #129
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same thing happened this year, do you honestly think they had orakpo as their pick? he was top ten talent and thanks to the radiers and the bills he fell in our lap
They had been eyeing Orakpo for a while, they didn't just stumble upon him on draft day
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They had been eyeing Orakpo for a while, they didn't just stumble upon him on draft day
they had been eyeing him yeah, so had a lot of other teams. if al davis wouldn't have pushed the button on dhb, him we might not have gotten him.

had orakpo not been there i think we probaly would have got cushings or oher
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Old 12-08-2009, 06:32 PM   #131
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they had been eyeing him yeah, so had a lot of other teams. if al davis wouldn't have pushed the button on dhb, him we might not have gotten him.

had orakpo not been there i think we probaly would have got cushings or oher
I think on draft day itself Maualauga was option #2
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I think on draft day itself Maualauga was option #2
maybe, it was definitly a lb from usc, and i just like to say oher just to think they might have been thinking about it
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Old 12-08-2009, 06:41 PM   #133
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maybe, it was definitly a lb from usc, and i just like to say oher just to think they might have been thinking about it
I'd like to think that too but I don't think it was the case. Cushing was the first guy they were interested in (as in back in January) but Maualuga grew on them as the off-season progressed to the point that he was the #2 choice. But really they rotated a lot among the three USC guys so at any point on draft day the answer could have been different
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Old 12-08-2009, 07:35 PM   #134
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Colt Mcoy all the way with the first pick.
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Old 12-08-2009, 07:42 PM   #135
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I've been pimping Suh for a couple months now, not going to stop. The kid is sick. Him and AH = No pocket.

I realize we need a lot of OL help, but Id rather get a steal with Suh than a reach for the best T.
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