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    Tinstar's top 2 at Pick 9

    QB:
    Tyler Bray
    Zack Dysert

    LT:
    Eric Fisher
    Chris Faulk

    OC:
    Barrett Jones
    Travis Ferderick

    RB:
    Christine Michael
    Knile Davis

    WR:
    Da'Rick Rodgers
    Chris Harper

    OLB:
    Zeke Ansah
    Damontre Moore

    NT:
    Star Lotulelei
    Jesse Williams

    CB:
    David Amerson
    Leon McFadden


    Who would u pick in each round base on this.

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    I have no idea what any of this is supposed to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMikeIsHot View Post
    I have no idea what any of this is supposed to be.
    +1

    Most of these guys aren't even going within the first 2-3 rounds.

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    Anyone else.

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    What exactly are you asking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMikeIsHot View Post
    I have no idea what any of this is supposed to be.
    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    What exactly are you asking?
    +1

    There's not even an OG listed, which is a bigger need than C or LT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetworks View Post
    +1

    There's not even an OG listed, which is a bigger need than C or LT.
    I don't draft OGs or RT. I take OC who can play the OG position and LTs who are strong run blockers to play RT. It's kind of why i have no problem with the development of Austin Howard.

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    So are you going to explain what you are asking, no one seems to get the original post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    What exactly are you asking?
    If you match up the Jets needs with where they pick in each round, based on my list who would u take in each round . Understand that some of the players listed will probably not be around in certain rounds. This is my list, and it may vary from the list you may have.

    The Jet needs as I see it.

    QB
    OLB
    OG
    RB(Feature)
    S
    OT
    TE

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    Damontre Moore and it isn't close

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinstar View Post
    I don't draft OGs or RT. I take OC who can play the OG position and LTs who are strong run blockers to play RT. It's kind of why i have no problem with the development of Austin Howard.
    That's quite a position to take. Seeing how none of those positions are slam-dunks for interchangeability, I can now understand the bulk of your posts here on the Strip. Seriously, playing C doesn't automatically mean you can play OG. There are 3-4 centers and 4-3 centers, just like there are 3-4 OGs and 4-3 OGs. I'll give you a bit more leeway on the OT spot, but your assessment is largely football ignorant, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetworks View Post
    That's quite a position to take. Seeing how none of those positions are slam-dunks for interchangeability, I can now understand the bulk of your posts here on the Strip. Seriously, playing C doesn't automatically mean you can play OG. There are 3-4 centers and 4-3 centers, just like there are 3-4 OGs and 4-3 OGs. I'll give you a bit more leeway on the OT spot, but your assessment is largely football ignorant, sorry.
    The 2 OC that i listed, what type would u say they are ? Forgiving my ignorance if u would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzershot18 View Post
    Damontre Moore and it isn't close
    Love Moore in the 1st, but prefer Ziggy. From my list, how would u complete your Jet 7 round draft.

    Forgive my ignorance please..
    Last edited by Tinstar; 02-24-2013 at 07:51 PM.

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    I think everyone is confused because your subject says "at pick 9". Pick 9 is the 1st round, pick 9. That's a single pick.

    I think you meant to say "at pick 9 in each round" - though we don't actually have the 9th pick in each round...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinstar View Post
    The 2 OC that i listed, what type would u say they are ? Forgiving my ignorance if u would.
    Frederick is a 3-4 C that would not excel as a ZBS OG. Jones is just the opposite, a 4-3 C that could excel as a ZBS OG.

    Upon re-reading, I'm sorry, didn't mean for my post to come across as harsh as it did.

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    LOL im hysterical reading this thread, I have no idea whats going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thshadow View Post
    I think everyone is confused because your subject says "at pick 9". Pick 9 is the 1st round, pick 9. That's a single pick.

    I think you meant to say "at pick 9 in each round" - though we don't actually have the 9th pick in each round...
    And yet u somehow managed to figure out what i meant. You of course are right to correct me by saying the jets don't have the 9th pick in the rounds following the 1st, but by thinking outside the box, u got the general idea.

    There's no QB worthy of the 9th pick in the 1st, and since we already have a LT, that leaves the Pass rusher as the top need on this team at a premium position.

    At 9, the choice may come down to Moore or Ansah.

    I pick Ansah because i think he has the bigger upside. I do love Moore and could live with him.

    In the 2nd round, on my list i again go through the rotation and i have a hard time passing on Tyler Bray.

    In the 3rd : Chris Faulk. LT/RT/OG

    In the 4th : Knile Davis : RB

    In the 5th : Chris Harper : WR

    In the 6th : Mike Williams : TE

    In the 7th : Sean Renfree : QB

    I come away with 5 potential starters a solid backup at QB and at WR .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetworks View Post
    Frederick is a 3-4 C that would not excel as a ZBS OG. Jones is just the opposite, a 4-3 C that could excel as a ZBS OG.

    Upon re-reading, I'm sorry, didn't mean for my post to come across as harsh as it did.
    Thanks, appreciate that.
    By the way, Tony thinks Barrett is a risk at OG while a few others think Ferderick is too slow play OG. I like both Players at OG and either could replace Mangold in case of injury.

    That's how i run a draft. If i can't use u somewhere else in a pinch, you better be a world beater where u play.

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