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Old 02-01-2013   #73
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Default Re: QBs in this draft class.

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Originally Posted by Fiddler View Post
I'm sorry, what is it that makes you think the Texans are serious about taking a QB early?

How does this Dysert guy compare to Tj Yates' scouting report?
http://houston.cbslocal.com/2013/01/...rterback-high/

there was quite a bit of talk actually a whole segment on this topic. Here was just a quick blurb from Hub Arkush. I will say this much, if Texans feel that bpa is a QB sitting there #27 or there is a QB they covet little later, maybe trade down not to loose a selection doing so, that would be optimum IMO.


For argument sake, lets say it is Dysert, ok. 3rd rd. grade right? Trade out of the first & nail down ILB without over drafting position, lets just say Minter, LSU. In exchange you pick up another teams 3rd rd. pick, Texans could use that pick on Dysert (early to mid) before their own pick to ensure they get him. Texans would still have two third round picks they could use or trade again, so on & so on. It can happen their are multiple options open to creative minds & Rick Smith has proven, IMO, the ability to bring in talent needed.
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