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    Peppers and KiKo in nickel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FSU Truth View Post
    The lack of DeMarcus Walker in the first round is surprising.
    I agree. Even with all the needs at linebacker, I think Miami goes DE in the first. Have to think Walker is on the short-list at around the 22 spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fin Thirteen View Post
    Peppers is a gamechanging talent. We might have Reshad in house already but you find ways to fit talents like Peppers. At #22, very hard to pass up.
    Peppers is interesting, especially if Miami wanted to run a 4-2-5 and use him in that hybrid role. That could be a defense that works better to defend New England's short passing game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philbin's Polo View Post
    Jabril Peppers is an exceptional athlete, who does not play any offensive or defensive position exceptionally.

    He's a Taylor Mays type.
    Taylor Mays had great size and straight line speed but his lack of quickness was a huge problem. Reminiscent of Louis Oliver especially when he was trying to cover Andre Reed of the Bills, but I'd take Louis Oliver over Mays any day. Peppers is a great athlete, not just big and fast like Mays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim1 View Post
    Taylor Mays had great size and straight line speed but his lack of quickness was a huge problem. Reminiscent of Louis Oliver especially when he was trying to cover Andre Reed of the Bills, but I'd take Louis Oliver over Mays any day. Peppers is a great athlete, not just big and fast like Mays.
    I loved Oliver's play, but putting him man on a HoF Wr like Reed on a snowy field in the playoffs was possibly the lowlight of a career of Lowlights by Oliviadotti
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuderinoN703 View Post
    2 certain things in the NFL: Cleveland not having a winning season, and Cleveland always having at least 2 picks in the 1st round yet it never seems to make a difference.
    When the brownstains are playing chutes and ladders on draft day; it seems like they like to move up to #22 to get their next QB of the future.
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