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Old 10-08-2013   #16
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Default Re: Kevin Hogan from Stanford

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Originally Posted by Doppelganger View Post
If we look at that list again, according to average drafting, if the Texans were picking at 23, Bridgewater, Manziel, and Hundley/Mariotta/Hogan(one will likely come out early) will be off the board. The Texans could elect to take Boyd at 22 or opt for Murray, McCarron, Metzenberger, or Morris in the second.

We can reset our numbers, depending on where Houston is picking as the season continues and certainly once the draft order is official.
With the way the Texans are playing now they're probably going to get a top 10 pick!

I do like your logic and thought process in this but at this stage of the season you might as well throw darts at the names on a board. Just too many variables and scenarios that can play out. Still, it's fun to speculate!
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