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The Official 2010 NFL Draft Thread: Round 1

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View Poll Results: Grade the pick of Trent Williams
A 102 57.95%
B 60 34.09%
C 9 5.11%
D 2 1.14%
F 3 1.70%
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Old 04-22-2010, 09:13 PM   #196
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Re: The Official 2010 NFL Draft Thread: Round 1

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The scouts didn't do their homework on this guy. That's the last thing we need is an undisciplined thug making 4th overall pick money. We need to trade back into the first and draft Okung!

LOL. Are you aware of how the scouts operate? You are amusing.
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Old 04-22-2010, 09:13 PM   #197
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Re: The Official 2010 NFL Draft Thread: Round 1

So SmootSmack, Are we going to make any moves for more in the first?
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Old 04-22-2010, 09:14 PM   #198
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Jesus, some people act like we just drafted a f'ing kicker. Have some f'ing football intelligence and stop bitching for the sake of bitching. Ugh.


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So SmootSmack, Are we going to make any moves for more in the first?
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Kiper said that Williams may be the most versatile of any of the 1st round picks:

Through the workout process, both at the combine and individually with teams, he's proved himself to be perhaps the most versatile talent in the draft at any position. You're talking about a guy NFL teams believe could play virtually anywhere on the offensive line. That many believe he can develop into a solid NFL left tackle is cause for his continued rise.
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Old 04-22-2010, 09:14 PM   #200
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We got ONE Linemen, Hope everyone is happy.
Safe Pick and one we needed...

Can't believe some people are giving this an F or a D or a C...

WHY
I gave a C, why?
Okung was a far safer bet, heck Berry is more talented.
With the 4th pick you don't pick for "potential"... but thats what the skins did.
I do like that they picked an OT though....its just a shame we couldn't trade back to get him...no one else would have taken him this high
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Old 04-22-2010, 09:15 PM   #201
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Good words by Kiper.
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Re: The Official 2010 NFL Draft Thread: Round 1

is there an a-/b+ option
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I gave a C, why?
Okung was a far safer bet, heck Berry is more talented.
With the 4th pick you don't pick for "potential"... but thats what the skins did.
I do like that they picked an OT though....its just a shame we couldn't trade back to get him...no one else would have taken him this high
Many mocks had williams slipping no further than 6... if you like him better than Okung at 4, you take him. Skins obviously preferred Williams.
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I can understand an A, B or C, If you wanted Okung for known ability a C makes sense on the wait and see side. If you like Williams, but are nervous a B makes sense. A is obvious. But D or E???? This guy is a staple of our line for 10 years, maybe LT, maybe RT, but a staple none the less.
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Old 04-22-2010, 09:16 PM   #205
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We got one of the top tackles available. What else do people want? THE FO must have thought Williams would be a better fit with the blocking schemes, etc.
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Old 04-22-2010, 09:16 PM   #206
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Alright you guys need to settle down. Williams will fit better with our scheme than Okung would have.
Great pick by the Skins!
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Old 04-22-2010, 09:17 PM   #207
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Re: The Official 2010 NFL Draft Thread: Round 1

If the SEC is so great then how come the draft now has 5 of the first 6 players from the Big XII?



Also turns out that Okung is in the same boat as Iupati, a holder.
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I gave a C, why?
Okung was a far safer bet, heck Berry is more talented.
With the 4th pick you don't pick for "potential"... but thats what the skins did.
I do like that they picked an OT though....its just a shame we couldn't trade back to get him...no one else would have taken him this high
For the people that are whining about the pick, learn from this guy on how to make an intelligent point about something that you don't agree.

It seems that there's definitely high risk/high reward from Williams. But I trust our coaches and like I said, I'm sure Samuels will be involved in this kid's upbringing as a pro player.
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Old 04-22-2010, 09:18 PM   #209
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i'm just so happy that it isn't Clausen
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Old 04-22-2010, 09:18 PM   #210
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It's not what we drafted, it's who we drafted. He the equivalent of Pacman Jones playing OT. When the money hits his hands, or when he gets hurt, or when he's not performing he'll act a straight fool.
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