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View Poll Results: Who do you select with our 3rd round pick?
Robert Lester, SS, Alabama 4 5.13%
Sean Porter, OLB, Texas A&M 3 3.85%
Bacarri Rambo, FS, Geogria 35 44.87%
Cornellius Carradine, DE, FSU 1 1.28%
Tony Jefferson, FS, Oklahoma 7 8.97%
Kenny Stills, WR, Oklahoma 1 1.28%
Leon McFadden, CB, San Diego State 8 10.26%
Sean Porter, OLB, Texas A&M 1 1.28%
Jamie Collins, OLB, Southern Mississippi 7 8.97%
Alvin Bailey, G, Arkansas 0 0%
Travis Kelce, TE, Cincinnati 2 2.56%
Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina 7 8.97%
other: say who 2 2.56%
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I'd be surprised if Rambo was there at 85, but I would take Lester if he wasn't.
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Where is Dj Swearinger at? We already have Rambo in Reggie Nelson. We need a physical guy like Dj.
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Easily take Rambo here. Ball-hawk and turnover machine. Bengals need that type of player on their team. They can get sacks with the D-line, now if they can get players to get INTs and FFs, this defense could end up being the best in the league. The pieces are there, just have to add in some pieces.

Adding Ogletree and Rambo could definitely make this defense deadly.

Say what you want, but defense does win championships. Defenses came up big in the conference games. Ravens held the Patriots to 13 points and forced turnovers, and 49ers had to stop the Falcons numerous times because of their slow starts.
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He has been killing it at the Senior Bowl.
Has all the markings of a top CB.
I have been incredibly high on him for awhile now.

Probably my #2 CB behind Milliner.
I think Milliner,McFadden,Trufant,Alford will end up being the best CB's from this draft.
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Where is Dj Swearinger at?
Waiting on the 4th round
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Where is Dj Swearinger at? We already have Rambo in Reggie Nelson. We need a physical guy like Dj.
He was listed as a 4th round prospect on Scouts Inc/CBS Sports so I did not include him in this pick as an option.
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I went McFadden. Steal at this point.
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I went McFadden. Steal at this point.
I'm torn between the two. McFadden has impressed me a lot lately, but Rambo has been my guy ever since last year. Either one I would be happy with, but still going with Rambo
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I chose Rambo even though I'd love Jefferson. I think Reggie Nelson can play a pretty mean SS. We need a big time ballhawk. I think Rambo gives us that.

Power also got strong consideration from me.

Now I hope you'll list a couple of WRs as 4th round options.
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Now I hope you'll list a couple of WRs as 4th round options.
The 3rd round offered squat for WR prospects, the 4th looks to be much more interesting. I have been trying to keep it to 12 or less choices, but there are so many viable targets for us in the 4th it might end up closer to 20. LB, CB, WR, RB, DE, Oline; its all there.
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He probably wont be available but I picked Lattimore....tell me you wont be stoked if we get this guy to see what he can do after his surgery ALA AP.
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Two failed drug tests for Rambo = no thanks. I'll go with Jefferson.
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I chose Rambo even though I'd love Jefferson. I think Reggie Nelson can play a pretty mean SS. We need a big time ballhawk. I think Rambo gives us that.

Power also got strong consideration from me.

Now I hope you'll list a couple of WRs as 4th round options.

4th Rd WR's I wouldn't mind having would be Harper,Dobson,King( I think King will move up the boards a little).
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C'mon Burma......im on the edge of my seat waiting for the next poll!!!!!!!!

Youre killing me man!!!!!



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C'mon Burma......im on the edge of my seat waiting for the next poll!!!!!!!!

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