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Thread: This past draft

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    I'd have taken Tannehill, but if he was out of the equation I would have considered topping the deal the Redskins made to move up. If not, Kuechly or Coples. Other offensive players I liked in the first 4 rounds were Hill, Wilson, Hilton, Massie, Childs. I'd probably have gone Tannehill, Hill, Massie, Hilton. But maybe Kuechly, Hill, Wilson, Massie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbunglez View Post
    I wanted them to draft Tannehill over anyone else. Was actually jumping up and down when they did draft him.
    Same here
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    I started a thread on it before the draft and wanted this guy:

    http://www.finheaven.com/show...t-8&highlight=

    And if anyone has been paying attention he has been an absolute stud since his first PS game looking years beyond his age. Definitely the front-runner for rookie of the year on his side of the ball if he stays healthy. And if he stays healthy throughout his career I predict hall of fame material (don't laugh, I'm f*ckin serious... I know pure gold when I see it)... or at the very least a good amount of hall of fame votes when all is said and done.
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    Even though we needed help on offense, I really wanted to get Luke Kuechly. Thought he could be the second coming of Zach Thomas for us.
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    Upshaw. Shared a sack and had a QB hit for the Ravens last night against the Bungles. Didn't see it. He's had an injury during preseason, so hard to know how he'll pan out. I think he's legit.

    Fletcher Cox was the other guy I liked. Had a sack against the Browns. Seems like he did OK, kept Weeden on the back foot all night. Very early to tell.
    Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better. - S. Beckett
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    I wanted Coples, but Kuechly may have been the best pick. I didn't want Tannehill and got blasted for that opinion. He is a nice guy, but T A&M led pretty much every game at halftime and lost half of them. I can't see past that stat, I'm myopic.
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    I see Tannehill as a good bogey golfer. You know, the guy who hits most shots as good as the scratch golfer, yet always finds a way to make bogey. Uh-oh, here come the thumbs-down crew.....
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    I was fine with us taking Tanny but in the 2nd round I wanted a WR to give him a weapon like Indy did with Luck. They game him a top TE to throw to. We needed a WR in round 2. I think Martin will be a god player for us but I wanted a playmaker, not another lineman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaxOn WaxOff View Post
    I wanted Coples, but Kuechly may have been the best pick. I didn't want Tannehill and got blasted for that opinion. He is a nice guy, but T A&M led pretty much every game at halftime and lost half of them. I can't see past that stat, I'm myopic.
    Surprisingly TAMU did the same exact thing this past weekend without Tannehill at QB...they lost the lead at halftime...imagine that.
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    Michael Floyd definitely
    I believe any man's finest hour - his greatest fulfillment to all he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle...Victorious

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