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Old 04-26-2013   #141
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we need depth pretty much everywhere else except NT. In the first round I think you draft your starter. I like the pick, we have needed a #2 WR for years and I think we finally got it.
I totally agree with the unbolded part.

I don't know that I agree with the bolded part at all.

NT: It all depends on how Wade feels about Mitchell. If he thinks Earl's ready for the starter spot, then we just need someone we can rotate in with him. So we need depth at that spot although someone to push Mitchell for the starting spot would be great.

ILB/OLB: This is where it gets tricky. At ILB, we've got Cushing and we've got depth but we don't have the other ILB. Unless we're sure Brooks Reed is going to slide over and take that starter ILB spot.

If Brooks Reed ISN'T sliding over, then we need a starter for that second ILB spot. And we need someone for our OLB rotation with Reed and Mercilus.

If Brooks Reed IS sliding over, then we need a starter for the OLB spot AND we need a second OLB for the rotation.

So those are the places where I think we definitely need more than depth. Right tackle is possibly an issue; depending on Newton's recovery, we may need a starter there.

Everywhere else, it's all about if we can upgrade or prepare for the future.
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we need depth pretty much everywhere else except NT. In the first round I think you draft your starter. I like the pick, we have needed a #2 WR for years and I think we finally got it.
The only NT they have on the roster is .... Earl Mitchell.

DE - Watt , Ninja and Crick are the only healthy DE's on the roster.

Only three (3) OLB's on the roster.- Reed , Mercilus and Braman.


CB and Safety are also positions of concern depth wise.


I had heard that they planned to move Crick inside to NT/DT when they let Cody walk .... but that makes the DE depth that much thinner and Im not sold that Crick can handle playing inside.

They had 22 FA's hit the market and it has affected their depth up and down the roster.
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I know this will probably change now that Hopkins in the NFL and i don't want this to change anyones perception of him but i thought i'de pass this along. I go to a college in South Carolina and its pretty well known that both him and Sammy Watkins both smoke a lot. Not only that but a couple of my buddies say that their friends at Clemson happen to get weed from Hopkins. Like i said, hopefully he puts this behind him now that he's in NFL because he has all the physical attributes to be a great receiver.

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At one point, LSU's DBs just wave the white flag and start tackling him and pulling his jersey during his routes. LOL, almost every catch attempt he's got guys draped all over him.

The TD catch at the beginning of that clip was special. He'll need those skills to dig up Schaub's subterranean passes that everyone has to lay out for.
I was thinking the same thing, he did good catching those low passes
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I know this will probably change now that Hopkins in the NFL and i don't want this to change anyones perception of him but i thought i'de pass this along. I go to a college in South Carolina and its pretty well known that both him and Sammy Watkins both smoke a lot. Not only that but a couple of my buddies say that their friends at Clemson happen to get weed from Hopkins. Like i said, hopefully he puts this behind him now that he's in NFL because he has all the physics attributes to be a great receiver.
I'm pretty sure a lot of these college players smoke pot. As long as he doesn't take it to Tyrann Mathieu levels (and I'm sure Andre's influence will make him cut back) he'll be fine.
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Looks like he'll be wearing #10

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I don't know why but I love the number 10 on a WR...

Who else wore number ten?
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I don't know why but I love the number 10 on a WR...

Who else wore number ten?
Desean Jackson is number 10...

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I don't know why but I love the number 10 on a WR...

Who else wore number ten?
Didn't Plexico wear #10 in the 'Burg?
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Didn't Plexico wear #10 in the 'Burg?
No. He was #80.

EDIT: Santonio Holmes was #10.
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Santonio....

I think that's who I was thinking of...
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I don't know why but I love the number 10 on a WR...

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didn't Vince Young wear it when he was here?
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didn't Vince Young wear it when he was here?
Not sure. There was some guy named Young who wore 10. All the Texans saw of him was the back of his jersey.

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Thanks for bringing that up. Not.
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At one point, LSU's DBs just wave the white flag and start tackling him and pulling his jersey during his routes. LOL, almost every catch attempt he's got guys draped all over him.

The TD catch at the beginning of that clip was special. He'll need those skills to dig up Schaub's subterranean passes that everyone has to lay out for.
Eric Reid, picked #18, pretty much just resorted to hitting him before he caught the ball. He just abused those guys when he played LSU.
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Hopkins reminds me of Cris Carter. Not a bad thing at all.
The older more mature Cris Carter w/ Minnesota or the younger Cris with the Eagles?
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The older more mature Cris Carter w/ Minnesota or the younger Cris with the Eagles?
As long as he catches touchdowns...
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I had heard that they planned to move Crick inside to NT/DT when they let Cody walk .... but that makes the DE depth that much thinner and Im not sold that Crick can handle playing inside.
I haven't heard that, but I do remember seeing Crick take a few snaps at NT, so I assume it may be part of their plan. However, I doubt their plans are written in stone at this point.

As far as roster spots go, I think that's the main reason for our subpar ST play of late. Too many big guys. OL & DL. We need to trim down at those spots, stock up on receivers, TEs, DBs, & LBs.

Watt, Mitchell, Smith, Jamison, & Crick should be enough bodies. If there's an upgrade over any of them, I'm fine with that, but we don't need to carry six DLmen for our 3-4.
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I didn't have time to follow the draft year, but after watching highlights and Nuk's skills I love this pick.

We now have a "Nuk-lear Option"!!!

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82 catches for a 17.1 yard per reception average. That's a lot of receptions to still manage such a high average. And 18 TDs. Imagine if he were fast.
No kidding. Lots of hating going on for this pick and I just don't get it.

For the "2nd best receiver on his team" comment:
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6 DeAndre Hopkins, WR 13-13 82 1405 17.1 6.3 108.1 18 24 62
2 Sammy Watkins, WR 10-7 57 708 12.4 5.7 70.8 3 10 61

Andre's last collegiate seasson for comparison. (Granted Andre had better competition that year)

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