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Thread: Don Banks 2012 re-draft: Tannehill at #5, Martin at #18

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    Lets just hope Ireland can land some Qaulity Free agents, and hit on the 1st 5 draft picks..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smith21 View Post
    Still would take Tannehill over Griffin... sorry a guy on IR isnt very productive
    Where do you come up with this garbage?
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    Don Banks 2012 re-draft: Tannehill at #5, Martin at #18

    I'd take Tannehill over RG3 too...long term. Better investment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dcnr226 View Post
    I'd take Tannehill over RG3 too...long term. Better investment.

    maybe only time will tell. year one goes top griffin
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    Quote Originally Posted by SQuinn17 View Post
    Where do you come up with this garbage?
    Not garbage. It's an opinion. Rg3 is a great player but he tore his knee up.. We are talking a draft right now? For the future??
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    Still started 15 games and lead his team to playoffs . Long term he may not hack it but was easily best rookie in league this year on offense
    I get your point, but saying "easily" is going too far. Wilson had a tremendous year, some feel the best ever for a rookie QB.
    Why so gloomy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by where's th'fish View Post
    I get your point, but saying "easily" is going too far. Wilson had a tremendous year, some feel the best ever for a rookie QB.
    20 tds 5 int 65 percent 102 qb rating 3200 yards 815 yards rushing 7 rushing tds.
    Easily is still how I feel. Wilson was great also but RG3 was on another level and in my opinion had the best rookie season ever for a qb.
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    If RGIII hadn't been knocked out of four games I would give it to him but Wilson played almost as good, was more durable and beat RGIII in the playoffs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Awsi Dooger View Post
    Meanwhile, TY Hilton is listed at 22. We could have had him a tad lower.

    There's not much weight to that article. He's nuts if he thinks Alfred Morris would be taken above Trent Richardson.

    I'd take Mitchell Schwartz above Jonathan Martin without thinking twice.
    I love how everyone forgets that every RB does that in a Mike Shannahan offense.

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    Last year, Cleveland should have drafted Tannehill. Weeden sucks. I said it from the start. I got so much **** from people around here talking about how great the ancient rookie was.

    I do not see the "Weeden throws vapor trails" threads much anymore.

    The best thing that happened to Weeden is Chudinski and Norv.
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