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    Chance Warmack over Dee Milner?

    If you could go back and re-draft do you think we would be better of with Chance Warmack over Dee Miliner? I felt it back in April and still feel we should of taken the big fella over a CB. A CB for the most part is only as good as your pass rush (for the most part)

    Running and passing the football is a product of how well your line blocks. We had a glaring need at guard and could of addressed it in April with a true stud. I don't buy the theory that you don't take guards in top ten. If there is one as good as Warmack your draft him. I hope winters comes on because the thought of Peterman or Vlad starting is Ugly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djr44 View Post
    If you could go back and re-draft do you think we would be better of with Chance Warmack over Dee Miliner? I felt it back in April and still feel we should of taken the big fella over a CB. A CB for the most part is only as good as your pass rush (for the most part)

    Running and passing the football is a product of how well your line blocks. We had a glaring need at guard and could of addressed it in April with a true stud. I don't buy the theory that you don't take guards in top ten. If there is one as good as Warmack your draft him. I hope winters comes on because the thought of Peterman or Vlad starting is Ugly.

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    >should of
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    I wanted Warmack too, but it's August 21st of their first rookie camp. Let's give it some time!!

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    I wanted Warmack at #9 and Eifert at #13.

    But it is what it is.

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    At the time I wanted Warmack at 9, but it's way too early to second guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    I wanted Warmack at #9 and Eifert at #13.

    But it is what it is.
    But hey, you nailed the Bohanon pick!! You had him in the 7th round for just about all of your mocks. Good job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    But hey, you nailed the Bohanon pick!! You had him in the 7th round for just about all of your mocks. Good job.
    Thanks

    Loved the kid at Wake. About as well rounded as they come.

    Absolute perfect fit at FB in a west coast system.


    Still...Warmack, Eifert, and Geno?

    That would've been one helluva way to start rebuilding the offense.

    Still happy with Milliner and Richardson though.
    Last edited by Untouchable; 08-21-2013 at 02:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10PennyToColes87 View Post
    >should of
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    Thank you.

    I wanted Warmack too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    I wanted Warmack at #9 and Eifert at #13.

    But it is what it is.
    +1.

    Now you gotta dance with the girl you brought. We will see how it turns out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    I wanted Warmack at #9 and Eifert at #13.

    But it is what it is.
    Same here. And Stedman Bailey in the 3rd. Would be a lot more excited about this season and the future.

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    Rex's defense requires high level secondary play. Wilson wasn't a great #2 and we weren't buying Revis back in. It made sense why Milliner was drafted although I would have liked to see more early round picks on offense.

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    Yeah drafting a guard at 9 would have made the jets O good instantly, give me a break. Colon and winters are good enough OG for us considering the money tied up in LT and C

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    Quote Originally Posted by rex-n-effect View Post
    Rex's defense requires high level secondary play. Wilson wasn't a great #2 and we weren't buying Revis back in. It made sense why Milliner was drafted although I would have liked to see more early round picks on offense.
    Austin was gonna be the pick. All of the other players available were massive reaches

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    Quote Originally Posted by rex-n-effect View Post
    Rex's defense requires high level secondary play. Wilson wasn't a great #2 and we weren't buying Revis back in. It made sense why Milliner was drafted although I would have liked to see more early round picks on offense.
    Don't think our GM cared about REX's defense as REX is mostly likely gone after this season. I believe our GM thought well I just traded Revis and Milliner is there, is highly ranked and making this pick will ease the fan's and media's crying about losing Revis. Hated the pick of Milliner at 9. Wanted the big UGLY. Oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djr44 View Post
    Don't think our GM cared about REX's defense as REX is mostly likely gone after this season. I believe our GM thought well I just traded Revis and Milliner is there, is highly ranked and making this pick will ease the fan's and media's crying about losing Revis. Hated the pick of Milliner at 9. Wanted the big UGLY. Oh well.

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    CB > OG

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10PennyToColes87 View Post
    >should of
    >of
    You will be demonized as a grammar nazi if you don't watch out.

    Seriously though...ware did sum of u lern to talk?

    I'm fine with the milliner pick. Best CB of the Draft and we got him.

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    In this NFL CB play is a must, and Milliner was the best CB on the board.

    And as it was stressed then, Guards don't get taken in the top 10 often.

    From what I hear in reports he has had about the same preseason as Milliner. One good game, and one bad game.

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    Can't judge a draft until year three... Milliner def filled a need with Revis gone and the O-Line was improved with the signing of Colon and drafting of Winters. Look at Bark Mingo, who was at the top of the list of many for the Jets at #9... The dude is out with the bruised lung, which to me is not a good sign once the real hitting starts...

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    I'll take Milliner any day of the week. This kid is a pro bowler next year. Let's see how Winters works out. The guy has a lot of potential . We just lost Revis. Milliner makes more sense than a Guard. Once Powell and Ivory start lighting it up, it will be obvious that Milliner was the right pick. JMO

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