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Old 09-06-2012   #229
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In general pretty weak class. I look forward to next season crop to address WR position. Hill, Jeffery, Randle, Sanu all did not warrant a 1st rd. grade. Nor did AJ Jenkins who went #30th to San Francisco or Brian Quick #33rd St. Louis. This is what separates elite teams, those who build & stick to their draft board despite wanting a specific position. Posey fits right in with the rest of them but Texans valued him worth 68th pick, pick despite needing WR help. Salary constraints keep them from going free agency route or trading for established one as well.
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