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    Poyer has some very good skills but you're right his long speed may not be very good. He does have a lot of quickness, excellent change of direction, good closing speed and he anticipates routes extremely well. The ball also finds him, he makes plays. He'd be a definite upgrade in the slot over Jimmy Wilson. Wilson, while a good hitter and good on the blitz, has really poor coverage skills.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fanfin View Post
    Trufant is a first round pick, Poyer got arrested so we may take him off our draft board.
    I don't think Poyer getting arrested and charged with second-degree criminal trespass will remove him from anyone's draft board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by datruth55 View Post
    Poyer has some very good skills but you're right his long speed may not be very good. He does have a lot of quickness, excellent change of direction, good closing speed and he anticipates routes extremely well. The ball also finds him, he makes plays. He'd be a definite upgrade in the slot over Jimmy Wilson. Wilson, while a good hitter and good on the blitz, has really poor coverage skills.
    this my understanding from senior bowl. great at sitting and breaking on routes. and the tipped ball INT he made in SB shows his ball awareness.

    I like all these cb's mentioned but it becomes numbers game and draft boards.

    BTW, i have been seeing mocks where qb enters picture with bills and Arizona and then saw Milliner drop past us after we take Patterson. ???

    this is why you cant judge first rd players on flashy potential ala ted ginn while a willis is wafting past you.
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    It would be the amazing if we could get dee
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