Warmack is not a can't miss prospect. Can't miss guards miss all the time. I don't know how many times I have to say that the best guards in the NFL are almost always later round picks. If you don't want to do the research to back up your argument then just list me who you think are the top 10 guards, and I'll tell you where they were drafted. I'll also correlated them with playoff wins, because we all know that the teams with the best guards win the most playoff games.
We have no one(and have had no one good) at the 2nd most important position. We just happen to be drafting 9th in a year where there are 4 elite prospects. Any of the last 10 years any one of these guys would be a top 5 pick. If we don't take one it would be completely irresponsible. After that I'd say go with best player available regardless of position.
Why don't you post that rosey draft of yours in there and see what's up. You're welcome to check out mine - it's under the thread name "not an idiotic offensive ham sandwhich draft from a guy who doesn't have a clue".
Last edited by Paradis; 04-05-2013 at 12:46 PM.
Brown didn't work out at the Combine due to a shoulder injury. He proceeded to "blow up" his Pro Day workout, according to NFL Draft insider Tony Pauline, tipping the scales at 6-foot-1, 236 and repping 225 pounds 21 times on the bench press. He was reportedly "sensational" in drill work. Writes Pauline of Brown, "We are hearing late-first round is now a possibility." Mar 18 - 3:12 PM
Maybe in your next mock draft, we can snag Geno Smith in the 8th round.