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Old 03-21-2013   #44
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Default Re: Texans to go WR heavy in Draft

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Originally Posted by Texn4life View Post
There are quite a few guys on the Ramses Barden train. He's relatively young, will come cheap, and is stacked with potential. I can see him making a big impact for us, but I still think we draft a receiver in the first 2 round even with a guy like him on board. I think Jean is the odd man out as much as I had high hopes for him last year. Keyshawn isn't going anywhere until we take Tavon Austin in the 1st. There just really isn't a huge need for him then. That's Jean's only hope if you ask me.
Jean had his shot. Shown he's not really durable, and 1 explosive play every 5 games just isnt enough. If its first round WR or bust, then use the extra 3rd round pick, get creative and get the guy you really want instead of playing catch for whoever's available at the slotted position, that way you're still sending a loud and clear SB message. a 6'6 receiver(Barden-didnt know his last name in first post) would do Matt Schaub some good.
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