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    Thumbs up No more b!tching about or O-line depth!!!

    Teague, Clement, Brick, and Mangold along with Jones, Moore, Kendall and Cavka.

    I don't think Depth on the O-line is a concern now.

    A solid 1st round by Tangini, as I expected.

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    Even cooler is that it is, almost overnight, a relatively young line, too, that can develop. With Brick, Mangold, and Jones, you've got 3 young starters (though Mangold may develop behind Teague for a while).

    If the Jets go for a G at #35, wow. But, they may go RB, WR, or QB.

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    Yep, very nice, now lets get that Qb of the future

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ohio State NY Jets fan
    Yep, very nice, now lets get that Qb of the future
    Could be at #35 but I expect it with our 1st 3rd rounder. Whitehurst, Clemmons,Croyle or Jacobs.

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    Inside out.

    Now let land a DT.

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    great job re building the line, now that thats out of the way LETS GO GET SOME PLAY MAKERS, we passed on chad jackson which personally i am very upset about right now even though we got two second round selections for the pick jackson was a guy i really wanted on this team. but i guess lets see who we get at 53 and lets start drafting some playmakers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARodKeyWestJetsFan
    Could be at #35 but I expect it with our 1st 3rd rounder. Whitehurst, Clemmons,Croyle or Jacobs.
    Kellen Clemens
    Height: 6-2
    Weight: 223
    40 Speed: 4.75 E
    Position: Quarterback
    College: Oregon

    SUMMARY
    Clemons is a very smart and fundamentally sound quarterback with a very quick and compact release and when he strides into his throws, he can make all the throws with very good zip. Clemons shows impressive ability to consistently step up and make big plays -- mostly with his arm, but occasionally with feet -- when it matters most; even vs. heavy pressure/blitzes. For Clemons to become the starter he is capable of being, he needs to stride into every throw he makes and do a better job of not forcing throws when he feels he has to make the big play. Overall, Clemons will probably get drafted much lower than anticipated, but he has the ability to become a very good NFL starter. Aside from Matt Leinart, Clemons might be the only other quarterback who is more ready mentally to step into the NFL and contribute early in his career.

    http://www.nfl.com/draft/profiles/2006/clemens_kellen

    and a 2nd next year

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