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Thread: ON THE CLOCK: Dion Jordan or Jonathan Banks?

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    If we go defense the first round Ireland needs to get fired right away. But it would be typical of Ireland to draft a DT in the first round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spiketex View Post
    Don't be surprised if we go WR in round 1. The biggest team need is on Offense.
    BINGO......we have a winner, clearly da Phinz must go WR in round 1, hopefully it's --Keenan Allen WR Cal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertical Limit View Post
    If we go defense the first round Ireland needs to get fired right away. But it would be typical of Ireland to draft a DT in the first round.
    That's a foolish statement. You draft the highest graded player that matches need.
    Some of you act as if there is only ONE round.
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    DE is way more important than CB in my book. It's one thing if the 2nd coming of D.Revis is on board then grab him otherwise an improved pass rush will always improve the backend play...just see NYG's two Superbowl wins one being against the number 1 offense of all time!
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    IF we sign Starks we will not go DE first round. Gauranteed.
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    If I can only choose one out of these 2 guys, I'd have to take Jordan. Just too much potential there to pass on. Banks is good, but having a good rotation of pass rushers is essential if you want to compete in this league.
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    I think david amerson is better fit then banks,but Jordan would be great addition ,but I would take Montgomery or mingo over him this draft is deep enough that we don't need to reach for players lots of value in 2013 draft!!
    Round 1 - Brian Cushing OLB
    Round 2 - Ron Brace DT
    Round 2 - Sean Smith DB
    Round 3 - Jasper Brinkly ILB
    Round 4 - Augustus Parrish OT
    Round 5 - Marko Mitchell WR
    round 7 - Marlon Lucky RB
    round 7 - Greg Carr WR
    round 7 - Ryan Purvis TE
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlfin View Post
    That's a foolish statement. You draft the highest graded player that matches need.
    Some of you act as if there is only ONE round.
    Oh right we should continue to use 5th, 6th, 7th round picks on acorns for our skill positions, right? No the only one who is foolish is Ireland.
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    Jordan would be a better pick at our spot. we shouldn't force drafting for need if it's too high
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