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Old 02-17-2013, 01:04 PM
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Default Mike's offensively offensive draft

1-D.J. Fluker Offensive Tackle, Alabama
I am becoming more and more convinced Andre's time here is done. Fluker could jump right in and take over where Dre left off.
2a-Da'rick Rodgers WR Tennessee Tech
I know the character concerns, but we need playmakers, and this kid is a playmaker
2b-Barrett Jones-C Alabama \
Love this kids versatility. He can play wherever we can plug him in at.
3. Gerald Hodges-OLB Penn State
Gotta have one defensive pick in the draft
4. Kenjon Barner RB-Oregon
We have the need, the need for speed
5. Marcus Lattimore RB-South Carolina
Leader, not hurt as bad as we thought, and would be part of a rotation so he wouldn't be overworked.
6a Colin Klein QB, Kansas State
Was in the Heisman race, then took the biggest draft fall that I can remember. But what is really to lose?
6b Tyran Mathieu-KR/PR/S
Why not? A sixth round pick isn't worth much, and I don't consider it much of a risk.

So there you have it. We need offense much more than defense.
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Old 02-17-2013, 01:26 PM
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1-D.J. Fluker Offensive Tackle, Alabama
I am becoming more and more convinced Andre's time here is done. Fluker could jump right in and take over where Dre left off.
2a-Da'rick Rodgers WR Tennessee Tech
I know the character concerns, but we need playmakers, and this kid is a playmaker
2b-Barrett Jones-C Alabama \
Love this kids versatility. He can play wherever we can plug him in at.
3. Gerald Hodges-OLB Penn State
Gotta have one defensive pick in the draft
4. Kenjon Barner RB-Oregon
We have the need, the need for speed
5. Marcus Lattimore RB-South Carolina
Leader, not hurt as bad as we thought, and would be part of a rotation so he wouldn't be overworked.
6a Colin Klein QB, Kansas State
Was in the Heisman race, then took the biggest draft fall that I can remember. But what is really to lose?
6b Tyran Mathieu-KR/PR/S
Why not? A sixth round pick isn't worth much, and I don't consider it much of a risk.

So there you have it. We need offense much more than defense.
so I guess we're sticking with the same pathetic safeties opposite of Nelson again this year.
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Old 02-17-2013, 01:30 PM
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so I guess we're sticking with the same pathetic safeties opposite of Nelson again this year.
We need an offense that can score more than one td in a game. If that means we have to look at free agency for a safety, so be it

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We need an offense that can score more than one td in a game. If that means we have to look at free agency for a safety, so be it

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Any offensive coordinators in there we can draft as well?
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Any offensive coordinators in there we can draft as well?
That's what Hue Jackson is for, in case Jay struggles. We could end up seeing the best offense we've had in several years.
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That's what Hue Jackson is for, in case Jay struggles. We could end up seeing the best offense we've had in several years.
In case???? I think the playoff game spoke for itself.
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Collin Klein didn't fall in the draft he's not an NFL QB, and I don't mean it in the terms like Tebow and such he's really not an NFL QB he's a terrible passer and he's too lanky and slow to play another position.
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Any offensive coordinators in there we can draft as well?
Barrett Jones. As we learned in the National Championship game, he calls the plays.
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In case???? I think the playoff game spoke for itself.
He gets another year to prove himself and some more tools in the shed to help the cause. Last year's over. Lay it to rest. The offense will be a whole 'nother animal this year, you wait and see.
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Unfortunately the only guy that probably starts on offense out of this draft is Fluker and that would be out of pure need.

I don't see this team drafting Barrett Jones, and if they did, I would bet a ton of money that he would be sitting on the pine next year while Boling, Cook and Zeitler play.

It's hard enough for a rookie WR to make and impact, but Rodgers would struggle making the jump.

You could draft one of the top 2 safeties with one of those picks and it would make a huge difference on this team.
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