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Old 04-10-2012   #21
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The thing that I remember most about David Anderson is that he was drafted one pick ahead of a guy called Marques Colston, that still hurts.
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If Wright AND Fleener are the top 2 guys available who do you choose?

Honestly...I think I'd actually take Fleener.
Imagine Fleener #26 and WR Quick #58. Whooeee!
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Have to make an assessment about your new O-line. Will the losses on the right side require us to keep a TE in to block? I don't know.
Butler will be as good as Winston and we can draft a starting OG in 4th better than what we have even if we have to put that player at LG and move Smith to RG. Right side will be fine. A fast big TE in Fleener and a big fast WR who can catch in Quick really opens up the offense.
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Imagine Fleener #26 and WR Quick #58. Whooeee!
If they go that way, then they don't need to spend a late pick on a WR. That would be the start to an interesting draft. Kubiak does love his tight ends, but I wonder how much of the draft will go to Wade.
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The thing that I remember most about David Anderson is that he was drafted one pick ahead of a guy called Marques Colston, that still hurts.
Yeah.... that's one of those bad memories I try to surpress
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If Wright AND Fleener are the top 2 guys available who do you choose?

Honestly...I think I'd actually take Fleener.
I have to agree with you here. Fleener would be my choice too. I just wonder if the Texans would do the same.
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Breer: Kendall Wright
Reuter: Kendall Wright
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Cherry picking, Zeitler, Perry, Perry, Hill.
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If they go that way, then they don't need to spend a late pick on a WR. That would be the start to an interesting draft. Kubiak does love his tight ends, but I wonder how much of the draft will go to Wade.
As I am not a manic for OLB, I'd could see going for a slot WR later. Take C/OG Blake 4a Broyles (slot) 4b; NT Jean-Baptiste 5.

Use your 3rd for OLB like Ronnell Lewis or another spot like DE Wolfe.
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Height and weight are overrated for receivers... You can have all the tools to be great(great speed, tall, big hands/long arms, etc) and still suck... ie Jacoby Jones and many, many others.

If Kendall Wright if there at 26, I'd pick him in a heartbeat. If not, I'd try to get Nick Perry, Mike Adams, or maybe even Dont'a Hightower.
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Height and weight are overrated for receivers... You can have all the tools to be great(great speed, tall, big hands/long arms, etc) and still suck...
Take a look at the top WRs of 2011. They are either big, have blazing speed, or play with Tom Brady. Kendall Wright will need to be drafted by Patriots to meet any of these criteria.
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Yeah...I've seen David Anderson "start" before as the third WR...

And Kendall Wright isn't a slot receiver...Yeah he's kind of short, but he plays better out wide.
david anderson did not see that much PT...2009 was the high water mark for him......and that was b/c we had no running game & our defense routinely had us down late in the 4th & we had to run 5 WO sets playing catch up.
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