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MiamiDolfan
11-17-2006, 04:54 PM
Draft threads belong in the draft forum.

He is by far the best WR in the draft this year do u guys think we should get him or try for troy smith or wat should we do ?

Dolfan984
11-17-2006, 04:55 PM
This thread is about 2 weeks late bro

CitizenSnips
11-17-2006, 04:56 PM
troy smith will be a second rounder at the highest, so lets not put him in the same sentence as calvin johnson. As for calvin johnson, it was looking like we were heading for him two weeks ago, but since then we've won two games. I think we're gonna be out of the top ten come draft day, so theres no chance in getting him. I'd say we're lookin at Patrick Willis.

ItsOurTime32
11-17-2006, 04:59 PM
how about after we know where we are drafting we can see who we will get, O line in the first and second round would be best

Hamilton23
11-17-2006, 05:05 PM
Trust Me When Its Our Turn To Draft.... CJ Will Not Be Available! We Are Going To Win More Games So I Think We Won't Be In The Top 5 Picks.

kashbo
11-17-2006, 05:45 PM
What the Heak guys how many times I need to tell u guys we need an offensive line

Geforce
11-17-2006, 05:46 PM
The only way we get a chance to draft Calvin Johnson is if by some chance he has some poor workouts and teams that pick ahead of us has more pressing needs than WR.

Ronski_doodle
11-17-2006, 06:28 PM
That would be nice, we could release Booker and his high cap figure and add a stud at a cap figure that would be spread over a longer contract with a lower cap # in the early years.

TakeIt2DaHouse
11-17-2006, 06:52 PM
troy smith why would we want that bum? his success wont transfer to the nfl at least i dont think so but thats just my opinion

Finsfan 13
11-17-2006, 07:30 PM
What the Heak guys how many times I need to tell u guys we need an offensive line Lets waste a 1st round pick on our Oline. No way! We need receivers that can catch.

Daunt8TDChris84
11-17-2006, 07:58 PM
lets draft adrian peterson casue ronnie brown is a bust.....gosh

lol^^ i know there are some thinking that.

anyway to be honest i want quinn but hey whatever player is gonna help us big time i want but idefinitely will like to see a playmaking olb.

Whitedolphin54
11-17-2006, 08:04 PM
If the Fins lost every game from here on in, we may have a chance at Johnson. But then again, I have faith in my team. I think we will be picking in the second half of the first round, where we have no chance of getting Calvin, unless he loses a leg or goes blind toward the end of his college career.

kashbo
11-17-2006, 08:34 PM
Lets waste a 1st round pick on our Oline. No way! We need receivers that can catch.

then why the heak did we draft hagan, and have wes welker chambers and booker

Roman529
11-17-2006, 08:46 PM
Gaines Adams....if we pick between 5-10.

Whitedolphin54
11-17-2006, 08:52 PM
Gaines Adams....if we pick between 5-10.

Two draft sites i look at had us picking him--Of course that was with the 9th pick overall. I really dont see us picking that low though

MiaDolph99
11-18-2006, 01:00 AM
Did you guys forget about David Ball (name?) from New Hampshire.. dont you think we should get him i mean he only broke Jerry Rice's college TD record this year.. and i believe he's eligible for the draft. We dont need another yardage guy.. we either need a big reciever or a TD scorer to compliment Chambers' big play possibilities.

If anyone knows Mularkey send him this play
Chambers runs a streak lined up to the right
McMichael is lined up at left tight end and runs a 5 yard out pattern
Booker runs a slant to the other sideline
Brown goes out for a swing pass

Someone has to be open in that play

Daunt8TDChris84
11-18-2006, 04:20 AM
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Did you guys forget about David Ball (name?) from New Hampshire.. dont you think we should get him i mean he only broke Jerry Rice's college TD record this year.. and i believe he's eligible for the draft. We dont need another yardage guy.. we either need a big reciever or a TD scorer to compliment Chambers' big play possibilities.

If anyone knows Mularkey send him this play
Chambers runs a streak lined up to the right
McMichael is lined up at left tight end and runs a 5 yard out pattern
Booker runs a slant to the other sideline
Brown goes out for a swing pass

Someone has to be open in that play

lol lmao ''what can madden do for you''

NDIrishPhinPhan
11-19-2006, 02:31 AM
To be honest, me and a lot of other experts project CJ to play FS/SS at the next level. If you watch the tape, you'll see he doesn't have the agility and lateral-change-of-direction quickness to run effective routes in the NFL. In college, he simply exploits his size and leaping ability to have big games against opponents that don't have anyone who matches up with him. However, against teams with tall cover corners, he is mortal (i.e. Clemson, Miami, and even NC). Sure he has good speed and pretty good hands, but those can also make him playmaking DB, where his glaring weakness won't hinder his performance.

jbyrd423
11-19-2006, 02:45 AM
To be honest, me and a lot of other experts project CJ to play FS/SS at the next level. If you watch the tape, you'll see he doesn't have the agility and lateral-change-of-direction quickness to run effective routes in the NFL. In college, he simply exploits his size and leaping ability to have big games against opponents that don't have anyone who matches up with him. However, against teams with tall cover corners, he is mortal (i.e. Clemson, Miami, and even NC). Sure he has good speed and pretty good hands, but those can also make him playmaking DB, where his glaring weakness won't hinder his performance.

HAHAHAHAHAHA thats the funniest thing ive heard all day. you think calvin can play safety better than reciever. I would like to know what "experts" you are getting your information from. how can you be an expert on him when you have most likely never seen him play. P.S. put that gay pic of quinn away.

Vertical Limit
11-19-2006, 02:57 AM
To be honest, me and a lot of other experts project CJ to play FS/SS at the next level. If you watch the tape, you'll see he doesn't have the agility and lateral-change-of-direction quickness to run effective routes in the NFL. In college, he simply exploits his size and leaping ability to have big games against opponents that don't have anyone who matches up with him. However, against teams with tall cover corners, he is mortal (i.e. Clemson, Miami, and even NC). Sure he has good speed and pretty good hands, but those can also make him playmaking DB, where his glaring weakness won't hinder his performance.
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NDIrishPhinPhan
11-19-2006, 01:24 PM
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