#29: Who can and can't you live with.
I know I know, I trust whatever Tanny and his crew decide. they've proven me wrong before (sanchez) :O
But for sake of discussion, gimme your list of ppl you could live with and those you couldn't. You don't have to want everyone on your can list, just those you could tolerate (within reason of being available)
I could live with...
Terrence Cody - If MGMT decides he's worth it, then fine.
Jerry Hughes - We don't need him, but we do. not enough production from that position
Taylor Mays - he's got flaws, but again, if we take him it's cause FO thinks they know how to use him
Maurkice Pouncey - Not only could i live with this, i would love it. O-line glory.
Damian Williams - I would be flabbergasted that we spent #29 on him, but he's USC money, and Sanchez-bondable. I would accept it.
J. Odrick - If he checks out with Rex, then sign me up. We have the need.
Sergio Kindle - it's a stretch of course, but i'd be all over it.
L. Houston - consensus 2nd rounder, but might be seen as the answer to a problem that won't be there 32 picks later.
I can't stand the thought of..
Ryan Matthews - just no need. at all.
Nate Allen - he's underrated, but not that underrated. There's reaching, and then there's stupid.
Brian Price - just don't like this guy in our system. really don't.
Everson Griffen - not sold on him being anything more than just "a guy" out there.
Carlos Dunlop - with so much talent in the draft, why settle for a guy who's lack of committment is legendary
Demaryius Thomas - Teams will continue to reach on not-NFL ready WRs. i hope my team doesn't
D. McCourty - too much to spend, not the hugest need. If it was K. Wilson, then sure, but he's not Wilson.
G. Tate. - Cotchery says hi... and does everything better. thats not the WR we need to spending #1 on.