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    Scariest draft thought thus far

    with the 32nd pick in the 2013 nfl draft

    the new england patriots select

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    tavon austin

    i would die , , , literally and figuratively

    oh yeah , , , , , the most pleasant

    the jets select matt barkley
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    As much as you think that one guy will make or break the draft, the draft is never about just a player. There are numerous individuals that can improve your ball club. It is the ability to identify those players, utilize them correctly and to their full potential. Something that this team seems to be severely lacking in recent years.
    "It happens all the time," Taylor said. "It's not an exact science and personnel guys aren't the end-all, be-all. " Jason Taylor,2011
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    We can't concern ourselves with who other teams draft. The Jets and Bills pick before us and are both likely to get really good players. We just have to outdraft, outcoach and outplay these guys when the games count again in 2013.
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    Scariest draft thought thus far

    I'd rather see that than that big athletic te falling to them and they take him imagine adding him to Gronk/ah
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    Wait... Who said they're going to the Super Bowl and going to win?


    You mean with the 25th-29th pick right?
    2015 Mock Draft: Year of The U

    1. (Trade down) Denzel Perryman - ILB - UM
    2. Phillip Dorsett - WR - UM
    2. Duke Johnson - RB - UM
    3. Clive Walford - TE - UM
    4. Laken Tomlinson - OG - Duke
    5. Clayton Geathers - FS - UCF
    6. Ladarius Gunter - CB - UM
    7. Anthony Chickillo - DE - UM


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    I would much rather the Jets take Mike Glennon than Matt Barkley.
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    I think you should think harder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckparrothead View Post
    I would much rather the Jets take Mike Glennon than Matt Barkley.
    I don't understand people's fascination with Glennon. His accuracy just isn't there & he makes way too many bad decisions. I'd rather have Barkley, Geno, Wilson, & Nassib over him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMadison29 View Post
    I don't understand people's fascination with Glennon. His accuracy just isn't there & he makes way too many bad decisions. I'd rather have Barkley, Geno, Wilson, & Nassib over him.
    And A. Murray.
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    quite frankly I think BB would rather just draft another CB and get Brian Hartline in FA. That is scary.

    plus NE gave away a pick for Talib and now I think they only have four picks in the draft. So he might not want a smaller guy since he has a couple of those who do just fine.
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    My offseason:
    Resign Clay and Odrick
    Cut Starks, Gibson, Fields, Finnegan early
    Cut Ellerbe and Wheeler June 1. Wallace stays so long as he sings coombaya with the team.

    Draft:
    1. Melvin Gordon RB
    2. Bernard Mckinney ILB
    3. Tyler Lockett WR
    4. John Miller G (and nothing but a G)
    5. Xavier Williams DT
    6. Anthony Chickillo DE
    7. Kevin White CB

    but it never turns out the way I see it. never. but maybe it should.
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