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Old 03-08-2014, 05:35 PM    (permalink
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I guess Bridgewater and Lee/Beckham would be far more valuable, I feel. Derek Carr isn't that intriguing of a prospect. I basically have the same beef Vidae does.
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Personally, I'd rather just roll with Hoyer for another year than take Carr at 26.
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Not really, no. Maybe in the later rounds, but what do you think a first round WR is going to do for us? Is Alex going to turn into Peyton? Is this new WR gunna eclipse 1k receiving yards? No. We need a DE since Tyson is leaving, we need DBs (mostly a FS, but a CB isn't bad either) and we probably need an interior body, if Asamoah and Schwartz both walk.

WR is probably 5th on the list of needs for this team.
Honestly that really surprises me.

Do most Chiefs fans feel that way or are you in the minority?

I think adding another stud wideout would really open up the Chiefs offense, especially someone who can not only stretch the field vertically but also take a short pass and create after the catch. I'm certainly not saying the other positions that you mentioned aren't areas that can be addressed, but I'm not sure there is anything the Chiefs could do that would have a greater impact on their team next season than adding a dynamic weapon to the passing attack.
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I just don't THINK Lewan would be the pick by the Giants. It makes sense but I, for some reason, just get the sense that he wouldn't be the pick. I feel like the Giants would go maybe Martin or a CB.

That top 11 might be the worst way for it to fall for the Giants. No QB falling to trade back, Evans and Ebron gone. It'd be tough if that were the scenario
I don't know, getting Taylor Lewan at #12 would be quite a coup.

I truly believe Lewan is right on par with Eric Fisher, who went #1 overall a year ago.
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First round picks bust. I have a good chance of being right.
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Yeah I hope he meant Dimitroff sucks, because that definitely raised an eyebrow. I think Matthews would be the best pick the Falcons could make. But I understand, it's a boring selection.
Might of read it wrong. If I did, my bad. Otherwise he doesn't know what he's talking about.
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Might of read it wrong. If I did, my bad. Otherwise he doesn't know what he's talking about.
Because scouting is an exaxt science, yes? Our offense is a position to put up points, even without a standout line. Our defense is in position to stop nobody. I would be fine with Robinson but the upside isn't there for Matthews to take him over a defensive playmaker.
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Because scouting is an exaxt science, yes? Our offense is a position to put up points, even without a standout line. Our defense is in position to stop nobody. I would be fine with Robinson but the upside isn't there for Matthews to take him over a defensive playmaker.
I could see the argument for Mack, he'll probably be gone though. To say though that Matthews sucks and to back it up by saying first round picks some times bust, not sure what to say to that.
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But who better than Kelvin Benjamin to catch those jump balls that Cam Newton likes to throw up when Steve Smith is no longer in the picture, whether it be this year or next? I wouldn't be shocked if they preferred / went with Marqise Lee, Brandin Cooks or Odell Beckham though. If it's polish that Carolina wants they should be hoping that Lee slides a bit, which is a possibility.
I'd rather have someone that can get open consistently and knows how to give Cam a reliable target. Jump balls are great, and probably the main reason so many Panther fans want Benjamin, but we need someone that can do more and understands the nuances of the position.

If a more polished receiver is not available, I think they go OT with someone like Moses and wait until round 2 for the receiver.
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Personally, I'd rather just roll with Hoyer for another year than take Carr at 26.
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Don't see what makes Mack's upside clearly higher than Matthews. Mack spent 5 years in college, is a year older than Matthews, and only had 1 year in which he had double digit sacks(10.5 in 2013). I'm not convinced he's going to come in and solve the Falcons need for a big time pass rusher in a 4-3.
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Robinson and Dix to the Rams would be pretty sweet. OT and FS are easily their top 2 needs. If they can somehow sign Byrd, they would be looking hard hard at Gilbert or Dennard at 13. That would be huge. Their D would be top 5. They would then need to look at OG in rd 2 if Saffold is not re-signed, which looks to be the case.
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As always, great read Scott, and well thought out reasoning behind your selections.

As far as the Ravens go, I would be extremely surprised to see them select Gilbert.

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Long story short, I think/hope that the Ravens will go offense early and often in this draft.
If the board plays out this way come may 8th, I am praying that Zack Martin is the pick. (And I am not a religious man in any way :-) )
Pretty much all of that including the stuff I cut out to make it shorter. Even though Gilbert might be the best player available Newsome wouldn't just take him regardless of need when cornerback is probably the strongest position on defense right now. He could project to safety but I doubt they would be interested in taking a safety in the first round two years in a row either.
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Don't see what makes Mack's upside clearly higher than Matthews. Mack spent 5 years in college, is a year older than Matthews, and only had 1 year in which he had double digit sacks(10.5 in 2013). I'm not convinced he's going to come in and solve the Falcons need for a big time pass rusher in a 4-3.
He is a playmaker, something the team lacks. It's not just about sacks, especially for a linebacker. And college production for Mack was outstanding, so putting it off as if he only had one good season is misleading.

Saying Matthews sucks is hyperbole but it's all the same if he isn't the right move. The team needs defense. Passing up a guy like Mack would be reasonable for an elite talent such as Robinson but for Matthews it isn't thw case.
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But who better than Kelvin Benjamin to catch those jump balls that Cam Newton likes to throw up when Steve Smith is no longer in the picture, whether it be this year or next? I wouldn't be shocked if they preferred / went with Marqise Lee, Brandin Cooks or Odell Beckham though. If it's polish that Carolina wants they should be hoping that Lee slides a bit, which is a possibility.
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I'd rather have someone that can get open consistently and knows how to give Cam a reliable target. Jump balls are great, and probably the main reason so many Panther fans want Benjamin, but we need someone that can do more and understands the nuances of the position.

If a more polished receiver is not available, I think they go OT with someone like Moses and wait until round 2 for the receiver.
I don't really think it's an issue of jump balls, it's the fact that Cam tends to overthrow his receivers numerous times a game. We need someone who can reliably go up and catch those passes, whether its in a traditional jump ball situation (say in the redzone) or just on a regular 1st and 10 pass.
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Whether you label his talent elite or not, Matthews is a pretty safe bet to step right in and be a quality starting lineman for a long time. You can argue Mack and Robinson have a higher ceiling, but it can also be argued they have a lower floor.
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Whether you label his talent elite or not, Matthews is a pretty safe bet to step right in and be a quality starting lineman for a long time. You can argue Mack and Robinson have a higher ceiling, but it can also be argued they have a lower floor.
The floor word gets tossed around too often in the NFL. The players with "low floors" bust nearly just as often. Guys like Matt Leinart, Aaron Curry, trent Richardson etc. A guy like Tyson Jackson may start but he is a bust.

If you have a pick as high as the Falcons do, you are failing if you don't land a probowl player. A quality starter isn't the goal. Or it shouldn't be. That is how you get to paying Matt Ryan 100m.

When we took Konz in round 2, I am sure he was regarded to have a high floor as well.
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The floor word gets tossed around too often in the NFL. The players with "low floors" bust nearly just as often. Guys like Matt Leinart, Aaron Curry, trent Richardson etc. A guy like Tyson Jackson may start but he is a bust.

If you have a pick as high as the Falcons do, you are failing if you don't land a probowl player. A quality starter isn't the goal. Or it shouldn't be. That is how you get to paying Matt Ryan 100m.

When we took Konz in round 2, I am sure he was regarded to have a high floor as well.

The Falcons should just forfeit their pick by your logic. Jason Smith and Lavar Arrington were high upside players. Better not take Robinson or Mack in case they are the next Jason Smith and Lavar Arrington.
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Comprehension problems? All players have a chance of busting. Choosing a player because he has a "high floor" is faulty.

What's more, Lavar Arrington made a few pro bowls with the Redskins. You have no idea what you are talking about.
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Nobody with an opinion that matters thinks it's bad for a player to have a high floor.

And Arrington's name was bigger than his game. He was a head case to boot.
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Really dissapointed in the D-lineman pick for SF which is probably not even in our top 5 in regards to positional needs. WR, CB, and Safety should be our 1st 3 picks if at all possible.
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If we take Clowney over Bridgewater.... Damn I really don't know how I'd feel.
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Robinson and Dix to the Rams would be pretty sweet. OT and FS are easily their top 2 needs. If they can somehow sign Byrd, they would be looking hard hard at Gilbert or Dennard at 13. That would be huge. Their D would be top 5. They would then need to look at OG in rd 2 if Saffold is not re-signed, which looks to be the case.
Well said. I like this mock a lot for the Rams, but if they come out of free agency with a top safety, then Gilbert or Dennard would make a lot of sense with the #13 pick.
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I don't know, getting Taylor Lewan at #12 would be quite a coup.

I truly believe Lewan is right on par with Eric Fisher, who went #1 overall a year ago.
I fully agree, the Giants would be grateful to get a Lewan at 12, he's a top 5 pick in almost any other draft and they have a history about drafting Big 10 OL.
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Alright Jets pick I guess? I think there are some tendencies about Lee that might not do it for Idzik, his scouts and Marty M. His durability issues have to be considered.

I think Beckham Jr might be the guy at 18....we hired the LSU Special Teams coach to be ours(Beckham provides huge potential as a punt returner) and we really need a home run hitter, especially if we sign someone like an Emmanuel Sanders.
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