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Old 03-07-2010   #57
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Default Re: Here is my Mock 2.0

I know I'm late to the party, but anyone who thinks Iupati can't be a really good player in any scheme is really missing out. Drafting a guy of his size and athletic ability will only take whatever scheme the texans run to another level. His size,feet,arms are all great attributes to have. The texans are a primary zone team, but every team has some power runs inside. They may not have the classic g-power like what faneca perfected in pittsburgh, but at some point and time, every team runs a power. Iupati on the same side as brown would give them a power side to run and pick up quality yards. I know they're loyal to myers, but if they ever get a guy that can handle some of those bigger 0 techniques without getting rag dolled, the texans can be a really good running team. Unless a top 10 projected player is off the board, the texans would be a fool to pass iupati. They could come back in the 2nd rd and get a kareem jackson from alabama if they need to replace a corner.
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