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Old 03-19-2010   #62
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Default Re: Lance Zierlein - Mock Draft Version 3

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Originally Posted by threetoedpete View Post
You mean like Robinson did for the last two years? Look the defense is fine. They have to have a rushing attack. That's it. If they can't run the ball, they're hanging around five hundred again and also rans. If they can run the ball the opposing defenses will always be on their heels and we can roast anyone in the league. And finally, if you can't run at the end of December though January, you're not going anywhere. If you feel this strongly about it move up and take the free ranging free safety from Texas to play next to Pollard. As for the corners, they are a mixed bag. And I see no one who is going to set anyone that they currently have on the roster on the pine. Sorry. At least draft a starter with the first round pick. Kubiak is not going to start any of these guys out of camp. I don't know what it is about that, that you don't understand.
I pretty much agree with you 3TP but I think Kyle Wilson and McCourty could challenge. i also think Ansah in the 3rd round could challenge for a starter role some time during the season as I think coaches will polish his skills.
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