View Poll Results: Which Mangini/Tannenbaum Draft Pick Will Have The Best Career?

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  • D'Brickashaw Ferguson

    7 3.89%
  • Nick Mangold

    24 13.33%
  • Leon Washington

    8 4.44%
  • Darrelle Revis

    102 56.67%
  • David Harris

    6 3.33%
  • Vernon Gholston

    8 4.44%
  • Dustin Keller

    25 13.89%
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    0 0%
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Thread: Which Mangini/Tannenbaum Draft Pick Will Have The Best Career?

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    Which Mangini/Tannenbaum Draft Pick Will Have The Best Career?

    Poll coming

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    Good question... I think Mangold because he is already so good and just three years in the league. Centers don't hit their peak until later on in their career. At this pace, Mangold will be a future HOFer. Revis should be a HOFer too though by the end of his career.

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    Tough one...

    I think Mangold will be the most solid year in and out... but b/c he plays on the OL, there won't be alot of hype.

    I think Revis will make the most money in his career and is turning into one of the league's best

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    Great poll, so many good choices. At the moment, I think Revis is closest to elite level, with Mangold not far behind.

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    Mangold will be the best, but Revis is going to be the one most well known. Keller has a little spark to him as well and could be pretty well known too.

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    Keller

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    Mangold.

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    Gholston

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    We've had some good drafts, no doubt... When was the last time we could really, honestly debate six recent draft picks for best career and not snicker. (I say six because at this point there's more likelihood of Lowery or Stuckey being on this list than Gholston).

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    Keller...move over Mickey Shuler. Barring any major injury, in 10 years Keller will be considered the best Jets TE ever.

    If Brett Favre can say this guys doesn't how good he can be, then I'm sold!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AceBoy View Post
    Keller...move over Mickey Shuler. Barring any major injury, in 10 years Keller will be considered the best Jets TE ever.

    If Brett Favre can say this guys doesn't how good he can be, then I'm sold!
    +1 this kid is the real deal...This guy could be the first down field TE threat since we've had Richard Caster. This guy I could see already has better hands then Caster did who droped a few balls on Joe back in the day.

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    Best pick?

    Not taking Leinart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JETS_for_life View Post
    Gholston



    Hey, the guy had his first non ST's tackle against the Titans.

    Here comes the avalanche. He'll have 20 sacks by the Giants' game

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    Revis, this guy is a shutdown guy right now pretty well and he's still plenty young. He will be scarey good with a couple more years of experience.

    btw, why is the Boar hunter not listed?

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    Revis...but you can make a strong case for most of the others too.

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    Revis. He'll be a pro bowler for a long time to come, elite at his position.

    Other candidates are Mangold, Keller, Harris, and maybe Brick.

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    1) Mangold
    2) Revis
    3) Keller
    4) Lowery
    5) Gholston

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    With out a question Darrelle Revis. Hes has been amazing from day 1. I would say Nick Mangold is second. I love the fact that there are so many good picks from the Mike Tannenbaum/Eric Mangini era. They are awesome at drafting. We just need Gholston to turn it up!

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    Tough poll! Revis seems to be a lock as a perennial pro-bowler.

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