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It seems he can go anywhere in the 2nd, but after a solid combine, are we forced to get him at 37 if we want him?
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It seems he can go anywhere in the 2nd, but after a solid combine, are we forced to get him at 37 if we want him?
Charlie Brown?...I have seen him kick....no earlier than 6th round for me?
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Charlie Brown?...I have seen him kick....no earlier than 6th round for me?
Charlie Brown? Nah man, he's a first round kicker. I mean, how many other kickers can kick so far, the ball doesn't even move?

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It seems he can go anywhere in the 2nd, but after a solid combine, are we forced to get him at 37 if we want him?
Did not really want him at 53 and certainly not at 37.
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Did not really want him at 53 and certainly not at 37.
That's nice. Some other fans like him though. And perhaps the Bengals like him. The point of the topic was whether the Bengals would have to take him earlier than pick 53 if they wanted him, as he may not be available at that pick. It was not about whether fans like him or not.
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Charlie Brown? Nah man, he's a first round kicker. I mean, how many other kickers can kick so far, the ball doesn't even move?

Arthur Brown.
Oh...Arthur Brown...no first name in the post...Brown is an unusually common name in the United States of America...including the 3 Brown's that are available in the draft this year...also that is the name of our owner Mike "Mikey Boy" Brown....anyway...Arthur Brown will be no more than a WLB, at least to start in the NFL...great speed and coverage skills...a bit light for MIKE but could become a MIKE after a few years and adding some additional weight...unfortunately most analysis of him say that he does not have much room to put on additional weight without affecting his abilities...I for one would say "NO"...we are not in need of a WLB and one way or another I believe we already have our MIKE in Burfict
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That's nice. Some other fans like him though. And perhaps the Bengals like him. The point of the topic was whether the Bengals would have to take him earlier than pick 53 if they wanted him, as he may not be available at that pick. It was not about whether fans like him or not.
Oh my mistake thought this was a public forum. The 37th selection is way to high for Arthur Brown. Are your panties unbunched now?

So still do not want him at 37 or 53.
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It seems he can go anywhere in the 2nd, but after a solid combine, are we forced to get him at 37 if we want him?
Brown at 53 has been pretty unrealistic for quite some time now in most places, 37 might be to late for Brown right now. I know he doesn't have many fans on this board but in quite a few other places Brown is expected to be a first round player when it is all said and done.
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The interesting thing about prospect ratings is that they go up and down rather fluidly, as 2nd tier guys get noticed as being truly talented. But, the thing is that it usually ends up going full cirlcle, after the combine, and the guys that were rated highly from the get-go reclaim their prospect rankings on the back of stellar performances at the combine.

So, if a guy jumps way up the draft boards, it means he displaced someone that was previously rated higher than him at the same position. Guys are competitive, they don't like having their stock drop.
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Oh my mistake thought this was a public forum. The 37th selection is way to high for Arthur Brown. Are your panties unbunched now?

So still do not want him at 37 or 53.
Oh those pesky LB's who shed blocks, cover, tackle and read offenses....just a bad combo right there.
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Oh my mistake thought this was a public forum. The 37th selection is way to high for Arthur Brown. Are your panties unbunched now?

So still do not want him at 37 or 53.
It is a public forum. You can post as you wish, as I can as well. I personally like to actually answer actual questions given. Not saying you don't, as you have made many good points throughout your posts over the years, but this particular case is a bit out of character. Maybe you meant it as "if I were the Bengals, I would not take him at 37." Not quite what the OP was asking though.
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Oh those pesky LB's who shed blocks, cover, tackle and read offenses....just a bad combo right there.
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Oh...Arthur Brown...no first name in the post...Brown is an unusually common name in the United States of America...including the 3 Brown's that are available in the draft this year...also that is the name of our owner Mike "Mikey Boy" Brown....anyway...Arthur Brown will be no more than a WLB, at least to start in the NFL...great speed and coverage skills...a bit light for MIKE but could become a MIKE after a few years and adding some additional weight...unfortunately most analysis of him say that he does not have much room to put on additional weight without affecting his abilities...I for one would say "NO"...we are not in need of a WLB and one way or another I believe we already have our MIKE in Burfict
How are we not in need of a wlb since Howard is unsigned and coming off an injury.Arthur Brown is 6'1 and about 230 lbs and can do everything a wlb needs to do so if hes there at 53 I will take him but I think our pick at 37 is already made if hes available and that is Gio Bernard.
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Currently there's a good chance Brown will still be on the board at 53. Walter's latest mock has him going 58 to Denver. Draftek has him going 33 to Jax. CBS has him as the 4th best OLB and projects a late 2nd round pick.
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Currently there's a good chance Brown will still be on the board at 53. Walter's latest mock has him going 58 to Denver. Draftek has him going 33 to Jax. CBS has him as the 4th best OLB and projects a late 2nd round pick.
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Oh those pesky LB's who shed blocks, cover, tackle and read offenses....just a bad combo right there.
I would prefer the team grab a SLB in FA and re-sign Howard to play WLB and continue to groom Lemur. I as well think Gerald Hodges is one of the best LB prospects in this draft.
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Doubt we pick him. Marvin normally has pretty big LB's. I've watched him a little. He gets a really quick read. However if he doesn't or doesn't read it right he is toast. No way I would take him at 37.
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Khaseeme Green or Arthur Brown?
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What's your favorite color. They are both earth tones.
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Brown at 53 has been pretty unrealistic for quite some time now in most places, 37 might be to late for Brown right now. I know he doesn't have many fans on this board but in quite a few other places Brown is expected to be a first round player when it is all said and done.
I look at it this way, if the Ravens want him and are talking about him being their first pick, then we need to re-evaluate him and see what we are missing, because he will have to be our first pick, cause he won't be there for 2a. I think he's pretty good, and would not be to upset with this pick.
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Currently there's a good chance Brown will still be on the board at 53. Walter's latest mock has him going 58 to Denver. Draftek has him going 33 to Jax. CBS has him as the 4th best OLB and projects a late 2nd round pick.
Rotoworld has him going in the first to the Rams.
http://www.rotoworld.com/articles/cf...ock-draft?pg=2
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I can't see enough in Brown to seperate him away from that group of LBs to reach for him with the high 2nd, but if they staff likes him they'll take him. For the most part, they've done a good job of putting themselves in position to not have to take a need early. It is likely that they'll resign Howard and then sign another versatile LB to pair with Burfict so they can take either a MLB or OLB within the top 3 picks. I'd be okay with Minter that high but not Brown.
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Rotoworld has him going in the first to the Rams.
http://www.rotoworld.com/articles/cf...ock-draft?pg=2
"They" also have Johnathan Cyprien, Travis Kelce and DJ Sweariger going in the 1st round.
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"They" also have Johnathan Cyprien, Travis Kelce and DJ Sweariger going in the 1st round.
And, I wouldn't say that's crazy. I think Kelce and Cyprien could go in the first. Did you think Aj. Jenkins, Harrison Smith, or Zietler would go where they went in the first last year?
Or that DeCastro and Rieff would fall to the twenties and Upshaw out of the first?
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I look at it this way, if the Ravens want him and are talking about him being their first pick, then we need to re-evaluate him and see what we are missing, because he will have to be our first pick, cause he won't be there for 2a. I think he's pretty good, and would not be to upset with this pick.
I personally would not believe a single thing that is being stated about a team and what they have supposedly stated about draft interest at this point in time. They are going to give away nothing of any value.
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