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Old 04-29-2011, 12:46 PM   #76
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He is worse than the first two IMO. I think Paea will be gone by 41 but he would be a nice pick up.

SS, who is Matich? I think you owe me lunch too. I've been pushing for Kaepernick since day 1. I'm cheap though. I'll be happy just going to subway. Eat fresh! lol
I don't know if he'll be gone by 41 but I'm thinking gone by 49 is a definite possibility
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41: Dalton
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I concur.
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You'd really be happy with a 4-5 year career?

With as many needs as we have, I don't think we can gamble on a guy with a possibly significant medical concern.
Agreed, total luxury pick. if i'm New England, i'm all over him though.
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Agree. Paea might end up being the best NT in the whole draft. I hope we have him in our trick-or-treat bag tonight.
NE just might pick him at 33rd.
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Re: NFL Draft Day 2: Predictions

I think most of us agree on a QB at 41 (Kaepernick, or Mallet). #49 is a toss up, but I'm thinking if we get a QB at 41, then we'll probably take the best available WR (Little, Hankerson, Smith) and Little IMO, seems like the best out of the 3. There are some good NT's later in the draft, and wouldn't mind a guy like Kenrick Ellis from Hampton (but he might be gone) Kenrick Ellis, Hampton, NFL Draft - CBSSports.com - NFLDraftScout.com.

We still have needs (CB, C, NT, ILB, OT) after are two picks, but getting a QB and WR adresses two needs.
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Listening to sportstalk radio- espn980's Chris Russell thinks Ryan Mallett is the guy.
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Oh and this doesnt have anything to do with the draft really but I mentioned it before so just an update, my buddy Andre Davis is apparently still wanting to sign with Washington, not sure it will all work out but hoping it does!
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Wow, he's worse than I thought.

I'm counting on you, Shanny...don't BLOW this pick on Mallett.
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Old 04-29-2011, 01:03 PM   #85
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Why do people keep thinking Paea's a NT, none of these draft guys say that he'd be good at NT, he's a 4-3 DT people.
This is why I want Dalton and a new Center from Penn State for him in Round 2.
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I think most of us agree on a QB at 41 (Kaepernick, or Mallet). #49 is a toss up, but I'm thinking if we get a QB at 41, then we'll probably take the best available WR (Little, Hankerson, Smith) and Little IMO, seems like the best out of the 3. There are some good NT's later in the draft, and wouldn't mind a guy like Kenrick Ellis from Hampton (but he might be gone) Kenrick Ellis, Hampton, NFL Draft - CBSSports.com - NFLDraftScout.com.

We still have needs (CB, C, NT, ILB, OT) after are two picks, but getting a QB and WR adresses two needs.
Kenrick Ellis could be a great pickup. Obviously, i haven't seen much of him, but going from what you hear on the radio he got in some trouble at a big school as a Freshman, transferred played 3 years at Hampton as a model citizen and has been dominant. Don't know any further details.
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This is why I want Dalton and a new Center from Penn State for him in Round 2.
We do need a new center.
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Pick 41 - Dalton (QB) TCU

Pick 49 - Hudson (C/G) FSU

Grossman starts week one, Dalton has a clipboard, and hopefully doesn't have to replace Grossman this season. Hudson starts day one, and Rabach is cut.
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Although, I wouldn't be against getting Little (WR) NC. The more I see of him, the more I see a really top tier WR that is big and can take a hit, a nice commodity. Then we can move Santana to the slot, and be REALLY dangerous.
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Talking with Pats about a move up, but they're probably holding out for more than we're willing to offer.

If trade doesn't happen, and I don't think it will, expect them to go for inside line help at 41 (or 49) and use the other pick to move down and add picks.

Don't be surprised if we don't go QB in round 2
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