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Old 04-26-2013, 01:08 PM   #16
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I'm calling a RB in Round 6!
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Old 04-26-2013, 01:28 PM   #17
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Come on Honey badger!! Actually I think he'll be gone before we pick so I'm sticking with a WR. But I'd rather go DB
I think taking Homey Badger in the 2nd round might be a little bit of a reach. If he's there in the 3rd round then fine, but with all his issues, plus sitting out for a year = 3rd round grade.
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Old 04-26-2013, 01:35 PM   #18
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I'd be happy if the Horny Badger never sees the inside of our locker room, so I hope we draft him in the 8th round.
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Old 04-26-2013, 01:43 PM   #19
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I am now hoping for the first three picks to go like this...

Round2 DJ Swearinger
Round3 Tyrann Mathieu
Round4 Da'Rick Rogers

I know there alot of head cases here, but I believe in our coaches and the attitude at Redskins Park right now.
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Old 04-26-2013, 01:55 PM   #20
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I'd be happy if the Horny Badger never sees the inside of our locker room, so I hope we draft him in the 8th round.
He smoked some weed, big deal. A lot of guys just need to grow up and he probably learned his lesson. I don't think we should take him in the 2nd round but the 3rd round would be ideal. Doubt he lasts that long though..
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Old 04-26-2013, 01:56 PM   #21
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Shanahan just said last week that they won't take risks on character concerns. I think Honey Badger brings way too much baggage. All it takes is one bad apple to ruin a good thing.
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Old 04-26-2013, 02:00 PM   #22
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^ This is the same guy who took Maurice Clarrett. I don't put too much stock in Shanahan pressers.
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Old 04-26-2013, 02:01 PM   #23
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He smoked some weed, big deal. A lot of guys just need to grow up and he probably learned his lesson. I don't think we should take him in the 2nd round but the 3rd round would be ideal. Doubt he lasts that long though..
To some, it is a big deal to use illegal drugs.

I agree, with his risks, we should let him slide to the 3rd Round to we don't lose as much if he can't grow up.
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^ This is the same guy who took Maurice Clarrett. I don't put too much stock in Shanahan pressers.
Yeah but his track record so far with the Skins says he puts a premium on character guys. Sure you gamble and lose sometimes, but for the most part he's been true to his word.
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Old 04-26-2013, 02:09 PM   #25
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If he or I'll even say Te'o are availble, we need to take them. Talent-wise, they're elite. Otherwise, they're a gamble but I say take the risk.

Te'o will have to put up with a year of taunting fans and idiotic media coverage, but long-term, he'll have a solid career. He could be a great Fletcher replacement in the middle of the D.
I told my wife who doesn't follow football about Te'o and his fake dead girlfriend and she said "That kid is bat shit crazy! I wouldn't draft him". I understand why she (and others) would feel that way about drafting him but I still rank him as the #1 ILB in this draft.
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I'd be happy if the Horny Badger never sees the inside of our locker room, so I hope we draft him in the 8th round.
Hilarious typo
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Old 04-26-2013, 02:16 PM   #27
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I told my wife who doesn't follow football about Te'o and his fake dead girlfriend and she said "That kid is bat shit crazy! I wouldn't draft him". I understand why she (and others) would feel that way about drafting him but I still rank him as the #1 ILB in this draft.
Exactly, if he's available, we cannot pass over him. We lucked out when Orakpo fell as far as he did but if Te'o is available in Round 2, pick #51....that could be the greatest draft value ever.

That situation is so odd...his friend who made the phone calls and pretended to be the girl could be mostly at blame anyway...seemed like some kind of joke against Te'o and his worst sin was being gullible.

ON the field...talent.
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I'll say this. If DaMontre Moore of Texas A&M or Alex Okafor of Texas are available when we pick, throw out the secondary needs for one round and get one of these guys. They can get to the QB on a consistent basis. DaMontre Moore sacked RG3 3 times in one game. No other player did that in college. He doesn't have the timed speed, but he has the football speed and quickness to get to the QB. Throw in the fact that Orakpo is in the final year of his deal and Kerrigan isn't all that effective without Orakpo, and OLB looks even better to pick up.
Didn't Kerrigan match his rookie year sack output and get named a Pro Bowl alternate?
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He smoked some weed, big deal. A lot of guys just need to grow up and he probably learned his lesson. I don't think we should take him in the 2nd round but the 3rd round would be ideal. Doubt he lasts that long though..
It's not about him 'smoking some weed', it's an indication of the decisions that he makes, his self discipline and reliability.

If he's there in the 4th or 5th, maybe if we've already got a CB, S and WR but he's a luxury pick for us. Even at best he's not going to be an everydown starter at CB for anyone, he's a slot CB/returner.
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Anyone want to take odds on a Jarvis Jenkins/Josh LeRebious type guy we've never heard of or seen linked to the team being picked tonight with our first selection?
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