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Old 02-21-2012   #8
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Default Re: ESPN Sports Science on 2012 Draftees

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Originally Posted by Insideop View Post
No! I know Luck will probably end up being a great QB (barring injury), but I just couldn't see giving up all of our draft picks for him. We need at least 1 WR and depth at several positions including, but not limited to, ILB, OC, OG, S, NT, etc..... Besides, how did trading all those picks away for Ricky Williams work out for New Orleans?
Franchise QBs are infinitely more valuable than any other position in sports, including a top of the line RB prospect who, despite people's obvious bias against the guy, still finished his career with a whole helluva lot of yards. If you needed anymore proof, how about that the lot of our picks probably wouldn't get the trade down because it wouldn't be enough value?
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