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Old 12-31-2004   #5
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enjoyed the read Grid, Jags are either still rationalizing or in denial it seems I know they wanted Roy Williams and seemed set on a WR thats why they drafted Reggie when they should have taken a DE either Udeze or Will Smith.

sarg01 I like the point you make it was teams picking non-elite prospects or prospects in positions they didn't need. as to a common mistake among losing organiaztions. The Texans needed a CB and were in perfect position to be patient just as the latter teams who had success. Casserly did not press the panic button and attempt to move up like the Browns did for instance with Winslow.

also in agreement with arlington there is more pressure to not screw up the higher the pick, therefore it makes selecting prospects later more focused & pratical based on need.

ah yes the Chargers they screwed things up (or was it Manning?)
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