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    Only DE's worth #12 pick

    Ezekiel Ansah BYU
    Dion Jordan Oregon
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    I would like Dion Jordan, but we need a WR much more, and Dion will not be there in the second. In fact I don't think he will be there when we pick in the 1st. I think Chip Kelly may try to take him when they pick in the 1st.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zildjianz View Post
    I would like Dion Jordan, but we need a WR much more, and Dion will not be there in the second. In fact I don't think he will be there when we pick in the 1st. I think Chip Kelly may try to take him when they pick in the 1st.
    Drafting for need almost always leads to failure. Just because something isnt a hole today(and Defensive End is actually a hole for us now) doesnt mean it wont be tommorow. Solid receivers can be found in the second or third round, the only way a defensive end falls is if he is a flawed player. Not to mention good wideouts hit free agency more often than good pass rushers.

    We know have a franchise quarterback. With such a quarterback, we shouldnt be picking high in the draft anytime soon. We need to take the chance we are given to shore up a critical position for years to come. Wideout can be filled in free agency or in the second round. Our pass rush cant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spesh View Post
    Drafting for need almost always leads to failure. Just because something isnt a hole today(and Defensive End is actually a hole for us now) doesnt mean it wont be tommorow. Solid receivers can be found in the second or third round, the only way a defensive end falls is if he is a flawed player. Not to mention good wideouts hit free agency more often than good pass rushers.

    We know have a franchise quarterback. With such a quarterback, we shouldnt be picking high in the draft anytime soon. We need to take the chance we are given to shore up a critical position for years to come. Wideout can be filled in free agency or in the second round. Our pass rush cant.
    Well a area we both agree on great and I predict that Ireland will go that position in the draft. We will see how many of our free agent we resign first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spesh View Post
    Drafting for need almost always leads to failure. Just because something isnt a hole today(and Defensive End is actually a hole for us now) doesnt mean it wont be tommorow. Solid receivers can be found in the second or third round, the only way a defensive end falls is if he is a flawed player. Not to mention good wideouts hit free agency more often than good pass rushers.

    We know have a franchise quarterback. With such a quarterback, we shouldnt be picking high in the draft anytime soon. We need to take the chance we are given to shore up a critical position for years to come. Wideout can be filled in free agency or in the second round. Our pass rush cant.
    I don't think you can say that " we know we have a franchise QB " .......well I guess you can say what ever the hell you want, haha....but I think it's way to early to say that.
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    I like Mingo as well, and I'm gonna tell u right now, don't be surprised if Margus Hunt starts getting buzz as a top 20 pick. The kid's athleticism is off the charts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by insomnia411 View Post
    I like Mingo as well, and I'm gonna tell u right now, don't be surprised if Margus Hunt starts getting buzz as a top 20 pick. The kid's athleticism is off the charts.
    Kid?? He's going to be 26 when the season starts
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    Quote Originally Posted by miamiron View Post
    Kid?? He's going to be 26 when the season starts
    Not that he'll go in the first round but there's always that one idiot in the league that will draft a 29 year old QB in the first round & everyone involved be without a job come the next draft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miamiron View Post
    Kid?? He's going to be 26 when the season starts
    He's in better shape than most of the "kids" though. Completely mechanically and kinesiologically sound and his body hasn't taken the beating that the rest of them have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by insomnia411 View Post
    I like Mingo as well, and I'm gonna tell u right now, don't be surprised if Margus Hunt starts getting buzz as a top 20 pick. The kid's athleticism is off the charts.
    Doubt it. Everyone already knew Margus was gonna test out of this world so this just reinforces that opinion. His game tape & lack of position is what will keep him as a day two prospect.
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