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Thread: Eifert Lacy Swope?

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    Oh and too many early corners. We have Grimes, Marshall and Patterson all on 5 mill deals.
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    Re: Eifert Lacy Swope?

    never happening.
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    Ehh pass on Lacy. He's so overrated. The guy played behind an o-line that could probably contend in the NFL. I wouldn't touch him with a second rounder.
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    There's practically zero chance that Jeff Ireland will take 3 offensive skill position players in the first three rounds of the draft. Not with our current near and long term needs at offensive line (both OT and OG), cornerback, and defensive line.
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    As much as I like those players, Miami has to come out of this draft with a quality corner and a pass rusher opposite Wake. I think that should be the focus early in the draft.
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    I don't have a problem with that, but I'd like to add Woodson and Abraham if that's the case. I still want Rhodes or Trufant first, but that squad you put out there is nice. Meets

    ---------- Post added at 01:04 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:03 PM ----------

    .....the needs we have in certain areas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ITS!MATEO View Post
    That would be bad. All the real D-line talent is between rounds 1-3. You have us a taking a receiver (we don't need a receiver for the 80th time lol) and a rb when the class is pretty deep and we could get a guy of same value in the 5-7th round. Eifert is ok, but only if we can trade down into a 20 something spot.

    We'll go D-line way before that pick.

    And where is your O-line picks at? We need at least 2 of them in this draft.
    We dont really need O-Line if we sign winston. Louis was signed for OG depth so theres that. As for D-Line Jenkins, Smith, and Dawkins are all great picks. Jenkins and Smith are complete monsters and know how to get to the QB but obviously has been injured which lowered their stock. Ireland already showed he is not afraid to take someone who has been injured. Both can be complete steals of the draft if they come back healthy. I'll throw some stats out for you...

    Brandon Jenkins-
    2010- 21.5 TFL, 13.5 Sacks, 2 FF
    2011- 12 TFL, 8 Sacks

    Quanterus Smith-
    2010- 10 TFL, 4 Sacks, 1 FF
    2011- 11 TFL, 7.5 Sacks
    2012- 18.5 TFL, 12.5 Sacks, 3 FF

    As for the Dawkins pick, D-Tackles can be pretty much found all through the draft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ITS!MATEO View Post
    Oh and too many early corners. We have Grimes, Marshall and Patterson all on 5 mill deals.
    This is a pass first league. Can never have too many corners
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fin_Frenzy_84 View Post
    This is a pass first league. Can never have too many corners
    Exactly this team has one good corner and he is coming off of a major injury. Patterson and Marshal are average at best plus both are overpaid. At least one if not both of those guys will be gone or will take a pay cut. Wouldn't surprise me at all if two CBs are taken in the first 4 rounds.

    Also people who keep saying that we don't need any more receivers must like having an average offense. Must not watch the rest of the league. Wallace and ,too an extent, Keller are the only proven playmakers we have on offense right now. Hartline, Bess, and Gibson are not scaring any defenses. We need more playmakers and that includes the receiver position. I am surprised that there are so many people that are not seeing this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ITS!MATEO View Post
    Oh and too many early corners. We have Grimes, Marshall and Patterson all on 5 mill deals.
    Grimes is coming off a major injury, Marshall is average at best and is coming off a back injury. If he's one of your starting corners then your defense is in trouble. Patterson's nickname will be toast if he starts any games this year. Surprised that he is still on the team especially with the amount of money he is making.
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