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  1. #61
    Quote Originally Posted by Mainejet View Post
    Personally, I do not see the need for WR this season. I mean after all, WTF is going to throw him the ball. There will also be several more great WR prospects in future years.

    Warmack, on the other hand, If he's as great as Sal says, then I think the Jets should take him at #9 assuming he is there. He'll also likely be the BAP at pick 9.
    First Round WR's scare me. Sooooooo many busts over the years. The Millen Boys, Peter Warrick, DHB, even last year people on this site were screaming for Blackmon and he was ok nothing great last season and struggled for a big chunk of the year.

  2. #62
    Quote Originally Posted by IndianaJet View Post
    Don't buy that argument at all. Sure there have been plenty of 1st round WRs that needed time to develop, but young WRs in the right situation with good QBs can produce. Look at these rookie #s:

    Randy Moss 1311 yds 17 tds
    Anquan Boldin 1377 yds 8 tds
    Michael Clayton 1193 yds 7 tds
    Marques Colston 1038 yds 8 tds
    Dwayne Bowe 995/5
    Lee Evans 843/9
    Larry Fitzgerald 780/8
    Chris Chambers 883/7

    And that's just a list I googled from a 2008 blog.

    WR is like any other position in the NFL. You don't really know what you're drafting until it's time to suit up on Sundays.
    That's like 8 WR's out of the hundreds that have been drafted the past 20 years. Even the great WR's need time to develop Calvin Johnson got off to a slow start in Detroit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetster View Post
    +1
    We have all our picks this year.
    If we have 9 & 13, I'm going Austin & Eifert!
    Use the high 2nd rounder for an OG if there is one that floats your boat.
    Or if a RB that you love in the 2nd is there grab him & wait until the 3rd for an OG.
    I don't think there would be many Jet fans complaining if the Jets had a draft was looking like this:
    9-Tavon Austin WR
    13-Tyler Eifert TE (From Bucs)
    2nd Round
    Deandre Hopkins WR
    3rd Round
    Monte Ball RB
    Aurthur Brown OLB (From Bucs)
    4th Round
    Alvin Bailey OG
    5th Round
    Bacarri Rambo FS (gotta luv the name)
    6th & 7th rounds should be for OGs with potential (bring a bunch into camp & sort them out)
    This is the worst draft ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradis View Post
    This is the worst draft ever.
    Yea, OK
    Lets see yours so I can respond

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradis View Post
    This is the worst draft ever.
    I love seeing Jet fans so confident that they are the only ones that know anything about drafting.
    These posts never go away so we'll get to see how this plays out.
    You will be revisited either way, I'm betting you don't know chit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradis View Post
    This is the worst draft ever.
    +1

    A midget in the first and seven mediocre offense picks

    A pile of trash including trading revis. A classic example of needs drafting vs BPA.

    Thankfully Idzik believes draft choices are precious things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny Testaverde's Niece View Post
    It would be for a WR with the 13th pick (in the OP's scenario)
    I noticed that too, but chose not to be snarky. Well I was still snarky, but not about that.

    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetster View Post
    I'm betting you don't know chit.
    And I'm betting you haven't spend 10 minutes in the draft forum.

    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 11:46 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetster View Post
    I'm betting you don't know chit.
    By the way, i love how you have Brown going to us in the 4th...

    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beerfish View Post
    No, this is incorrect. He is not a selfish player, your post indicates that he is a problem in the dressing room or on the field and that simply is not the case. He and his agents can be called greedy for wanting to be paid top dollar so you could call him a selfish person but he is not a selfish player.
    Holding out = selfish; he's selfish. Love him on the field, but he's in it for #1 (himself) versus the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradis View Post
    By the way, i love how you have Brown going to us in the 4th...




    Maybe in your next mock draft, we can snag Geno Smith in the 8th round.
    that's some major league lolz right there!

  12. #72
    Quote Originally Posted by Paradis View Post
    By the way, i love how you have Brown going to us in the 4th...




    Maybe in your next mock draft, we can snag Geno Smith in the 8th round.
    You keep waiting for Ryan Mallet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradis View Post
    By the way, i love how you have Brown going to us in the 4th...




    Maybe in your next mock draft, we can snag Geno Smith in the 8th round.
    There is no 8th round smarty pants......

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