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    Here's a late round replacement for Matt Mulligan


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    Michael Williams from Alabama would be a nice pick up in the 5th. He's one of the best blockers in the draft at TE.

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    I could be an undrafted rookie next year to replace Mulligan and it would still be an upgrade. All I would do is stand still and not move the entire play. Would be an upgrade over committing penalties every play.

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    I really want to see Josh Baker just get a shot.

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    what about Smelley from bama. He has looked good this year. Could be a good mid round pick and he is a balanced TE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jets31 View Post
    what about Smelley from bama. He has looked good this year. Could be a good mid round pick and he is a balanced TE.
    I like Smelley a lot as a pass catcher, and even think he can block for his size.

    But he weighed in at 233.... He simply can't play TE at that weight in the NFL. At least not traditionally anyway. And it's a LOT to assume he can add 20 lbs and maintain athleticism and speed.

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    I still like George Bryan out of N.C. State.

    Damn good blocker and reliable hands. Not much of a threat after the catch but he'll come down with the ball in traffic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jets31 View Post
    what about Smelley from bama. He has looked good this year. Could be a good mid round pick and he is a balanced TE.
    Michael Williams is a better blocker and he's huge 6'6'' 270 so I'm guessing that's what the Jets are going to be looking for since they already have Keller.

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    Lets not talk about TEs. That is how we end up with Coby Fleener in the 1st.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    Lets not talk about TEs. That is how we end up with Coby Fleener in the 1st.
    LOL, I don't think we have to worry about that this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by New York Mick View Post
    Michael Williams is a better blocker and he's huge 6'6'' 270 so I'm guessing that's what the Jets are going to be looking for since they already have Keller.
    I wasnt aware that he was that small. Good point

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetglass View Post
    I could be an undrafted rookie next year to replace Mulligan and it would still be an upgrade. All I would do is stand still and not move the entire play. Would be an upgrade over committing penalties every play.
    Mully needs to be gone next year, what a zombie

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    Quote Originally Posted by jets31 View Post
    I wasnt aware that he was that small. Good point
    Yea Smelley is the size of an hback

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    How about Cory Harkey TE UCLA who I think more the type of Te your new Offensive coordinator looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider9175 View Post
    How about Cory Harkey TE UCLA who I think more the type of Te your new Offensive coordinator looking for.
    You'd be better off getting a small lineman they'll be the same speed but block better. Harkey is slow as ****.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    I still like George Bryan out of N.C. State.

    Damn good blocker and reliable hands. Not much of a threat after the catch but he'll come down with the ball in traffic.
    I like Bryan a lot as well. We don't need big play ability out of our TE, since Keller is more of a pass catcher then blocker. We need someone who can block, help the running game, and when we need a 5-7 yard reception will make it, seems like Bryan fits that mold.

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    get rid of muligan

    a good change for him.would be to draft rhett ellison t.e. s.california

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