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    Which of the following would you prefer (hypothetical 2014 WR/TE)

    What you're working with --

    Kerley, Nelson, Hill + Sudfeld on the bubble


    Scenario #1
    Maclin
    re-Cumberland

    Lee
    CJ Fiedorowicz
    C. Gilmore
    R. Herron


    Scenario #2
    J. Jones
    B. Pettigrew

    J. Amaro
    D. Adams
    B. Coleman
    J. Najvar

    Scenario #3
    E. Sanders
    G. Graham

    J. Landry
    ASJ
    P. Richardson
    AC Leonard



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    R u taking Landry at 18.

    I don't like any of em, but if i had to choose, i take #3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinstar View Post
    R u taking Landry at 18.

    I don't like any of em, but if i had to choose, i take #3
    I'm not going as far as to specify which pick each one was taken. Just relative placement.

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    Here's my offer:

    The free agents from Scenario #1

    The picks from Scenario #3 but all 1 RD later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinstar View Post
    R u taking Landry at 18.

    I don't like any of em, but if i had to choose, i take #3
    I'd like option 3 a lot more if the first pick was Beckham instead of Landry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinstar View Post
    Here's my offer:

    The free agents from Scenario #1

    The picks from Scenario #3 but all 1 RD later.
    Again, i'm not saying Landry goes #18

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    1 looks like a nightmare. I'd be happy with 2, 3 is major overkill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronxville Jets Fan View Post
    I'd like option 3 a lot more if the first pick was Beckham instead of Landry.
    Here is my feeling in regards to those 2 LSU Receivers.

    I think Landry is an upgrade on Holmes and Beckham JR is an upgrade on Kerley.

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    Definitely Scenario #3 Richardson can stretch the field he reminds me of desean Jackson lite. asJ is a huge Redzone target plus Landry also and Emanuel Sanders ...

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    I guess #3, but none are that great

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody56 View Post
    I guess #3, but none are that great
    All 3 scenario's actually is a big time improvement what we trotted out last season.

    Can't wait for free agency and the draft.

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    almost anything is an improvement over last season. setting the bar low.

    wheres the ebron scenario?

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    Which of the following would you prefer (hypothetical 2014 WR/TE)

    Quote Originally Posted by Woody56 View Post
    I guess #3, but none are that great
    You guys are a tough crowd. Seriously.

    None of these are my dream scenarios. I just laid out a few combinations. Am I to take that the only thing you're happy with is Ebron in the first?

    Ok here's the ebron scenario.

    Nicks
    Myers

    Ebron
    Crooks
    D. Street
    A. Lynch


    You'd rather have that?
    Last edited by Paradis; 02-16-2014 at 11:56 PM.

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    No, I would be happy with a couple guys, but if you are doing a TE scenario, should atleast have one with a guy who could be a realistic choice for us.

    And that combo isn't great either, would still stick with #3

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    #3, give the the big TE's and the WR's with good hands

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    I think garret graham is the best TE on the market for us to target (not best in talent but best fit). He is young, is a decent blocker (and by decent that is also 20X better then what we have had the last 5 years) and can get downfield as a receiver. He also has excellent size for the position and should be able to come cheaply.

    Personally I think we should address TE with graham and then safety in free agency and spend 2 of our first 4 picks on receivers. This draft is so deep at the position that we could go defense in the first round, and then take guys like allen robinson, matthews in the second round and someone like josh huff or martavious bryant in the 4th. You will also have guys like abberderis available in the 5th or so which is a nice value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglenj View Post
    I think garret graham is the best TE on the market for us to target (not best in talent but best fit). He is young, is a decent blocker (and by decent that is also 20X better then what we have had the last 5 years) and can get downfield as a receiver. He also has excellent size for the position and should be able to come cheaply.

    Personally I think we should address TE with graham and then safety in free agency and spend 2 of our first 4 picks on receivers. This draft is so deep at the position that we could go defense in the first round, and then take guys like allen robinson, matthews in the second round and someone like josh huff or martavious bryant in the 4th. You will also have guys like abberderis available in the 5th or so which is a nice value.
    Isn't he only 6'3" 240 pounds ??? That is on the smaller size for TEs.

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    I'm surprised that many of you like #3. It's easily my least favorite despite having my favorite draftable TE.

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    I like 2. Petti & Amaro are a nice set of TE's. I also think either Adams or Coleman (if not both) will develop nicely down the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    Isn't he only 6'3" 240 pounds ??? That is on the smaller size for TEs.
    Hes 6'3 and about 245 - which isn't huge but in my opinion, is good for someone to be both a receiving TE and a blocker.

    Oddly enough that Ebron is listed at 6'4 and 240.

    I think the big thing that we all need to take into account with FA is that any player that a teams lets leave, has some red flags attached to them - precisely why the Jimmy Grahams of the world rarely switch teams.

    Graham is far from perfect but he would be a HUGE upgrade over what we have on our roster so far and could be a nice complement to a guy we draft

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