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Old 05-10-2014   #21
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Default Re: What grade would you give this draft?

To me, the "grade" is -- what is your opinion of how well this group of players is going to do. To say you can't give a grade, to me, is just saying that you think you're being asked something you aren't being asked.

No one's going to know how good these guys are going to do but it is entirely possible to have an opinion on how well you THINK they're going to do.
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I liked the fact that they like size and speed .

I give them an A .
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Default Re: What grade would you give this draft?

Really like how we started out. The later rounds were hit or miss but overall I loved the draft.

1 (#1) Jadeveon Clowney - DE/OLB, South Carolina
- Really can't hate the pick. The guy has all the physical talent in the world, but needs to put it all together. He needs to be coached up and I think he can be and he will obviously start somewhere on the defense, likely at SOLB.
- A

2 (#33) Xavier Su'a-Filo - OG, UCLA
- Loved this pick. This is the pick that made me realize that Kubiak is truly gone and so is our random drafting strategy. He's just about a lock to start at LG and he was my favorite OG in the draft.
- A+

3 (#65) C.J. Fiedorowicz - TE, Iowa
- Great pick. I love his game and think he will be a huge part of BoB's offense going forward.
- A

3 (#83) Louis Nix - NT, Notre Dame
- Finally got our NT. Nix has 1st round talent, but has dealt with injuries. He's a sure-fire starter in the middle if he can stay healthy.
- A

4 (#135) Tom Savage - QB, Pittsburgh
- I'm not a Savage fan at all, but getting him here is much better than getting him in the 2nd-3rd round like many "experts" were predicting. He has potential, but he will 24 this year and is a major project. O'Brien likes him though and I trust his judgement.
- B

6 (#177) Jeoffrey Pagan - DE, Alabama
- Pagan is a perfect scheme fit and is a young player who offers a ton of upside.
- B+

6 (#181) Alfred Blue - RB, LSU
- High upside pick at RB. Not a ton of production and has dealt with injuries, but has the measureables. Would have preferred a few other RB's here though.
- C+

6 (#211) Jay Prosch - FB, Auburn
- I would have preferred Millard, but he does need a redshirt and Prosch is considered the best pure blocking FB in the draft.
- B

7 (#216) Andre Hal - CB, Vanderbilt
- Decent player, but not a lot of upside. He's also strictly a slot CB. Not a horrible pick, but not a great one.
- C

7 (#256) Lonnie Ballentine - S, Memphis
- This is what you look for in the later rounds. Sure, the production wasn't always there, but 6'3 220 lbs and he runs a 4.3? Yea, I'll take that chance.
- A

Overall: A
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Default Re: What grade would you give this draft?

I give this draft an A simply because we got that fatboy in the middle. NT has been a need for such a long time and to see it finally addressed in a legitimate manner made me really happy. Oh Clowney ain't too shabby either.
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Default Re: What grade would you give this draft?

Every year the majority in here seem to feel like we had one of the best drafts in the league despite the fact that the Texans have historically been a bad team. I'm not surprised to see that majority gave it an A as usual. Most fans always seem to think "their team" got all of these guys that should have been drafted earlier and look for all of the pros and tend to ignore the cons.

I gave it a B. It's hard to see really since we got so many guys on the line. Not mad about that at all though. It's good to build the trenches when you get a new regime. Didn't like the Clowney pick due to his reputation, but maybe it will work out. I like it a little better since we added that DT in the middle. I really like that Guard we got with the 2nd round pick. Have no idea what this TE is about, but I'm hoping that he's a sleeper type of guy. Way to many unknowns that could go North or South and we won't know for at least two seasons. Savage looks to have a really nice arm, but isn't really mobile which is disappointing. He's tough though and will take a big hit to make a throw.
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First Round

1.1 Jadeveon Clowney DE/OLB Best player in the draft. A

Second Round

2.1 Xavier Su’a-Filo G One of the top OG's in the draft. Should start at LG right away. A

Third Round

3.1 C.J. Fiedorowicz TE A TE that fits the mold of O'Brien offense B

3.19 Louis Nix NT A beast of a NT that this defense has needed for years. A+

Fourth Round

4.35 Tom Savage QB A tough developmental QB B

Sixth Round

6.1 Jeoffrey Pagan DE A rotational DE that is a mammoth B

6.5 Alfred Blue HB Solid downhill runner that catches the ball out of the backfield, he's built like Adrian Peterson & he doesn't fumble the football. B-

I won't rate the final two picks since I know very little about them.

Overall I would give this draft an "A".
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Ask me again in 3 years.
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Every year the majority in here seem to feel like we had one of the best drafts in the league despite the fact that the Texans have historically been a bad team. I'm not surprised to see that majority gave it an A as usual. Most fans always seem to think "their team" got all of these guys that should have been drafted earlier and look for all of the pros and tend to ignore the cons.

I gave it a B. It's hard to see really since we got so many guys on the line. Not mad about that at all though. It's good to build the trenches when you get a new regime. Didn't like the Clowney pick due to his reputation, but maybe it will work out. I like it a little better since we added that DT in the middle. I really like that Guard we got with the 2nd round pick. Have no idea what this TE is about, but I'm hoping that he's a sleeper type of guy. Way to many unknowns that could go North or South and we won't know for at least two seasons. Savage looks to have a really nice arm, but isn't really mobile which is disappointing. He's tough though and will take a big hit to make a throw.
The only time you have is now and until the start of the season to be giddy . Coaching youth sports is the same thing . Everybody says they killed at the draft .
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Really like how we started out. The later rounds were hit or miss but overall I loved the draft.

1 (#1) Jadeveon Clowney - DE/OLB, South Carolina
- Really can't hate the pick. The guy has all the physical talent in the world, but needs to put it all together. He needs to be coached up and I think he can be and he will obviously start somewhere on the defense, likely at SOLB.
- A

2 (#33) Xavier Su'a-Filo - OG, UCLA
- Loved this pick. This is the pick that made me realize that Kubiak is truly gone and so is our random drafting strategy. He's just about a lock to start at LG and he was my favorite OG in the draft.
- A+

3 (#65) C.J. Fiedorowicz - TE, Iowa
- Great pick. I love his game and think he will be a huge part of BoB's offense going forward.
- A

3 (#83) Louis Nix - NT, Notre Dame
- Finally got our NT. Nix has 1st round talent, but has dealt with injuries. He's a sure-fire starter in the middle if he can stay healthy.
- A

4 (#135) Tom Savage - QB, Pittsburgh
- I'm not a Savage fan at all, but getting him here is much better than getting him in the 2nd-3rd round like many "experts" were predicting. He has potential, but he will 24 this year and is a major project. O'Brien likes him though and I trust his judgement.
- B

6 (#177) Jeoffrey Pagan - DE, Alabama
- Pagan is a perfect scheme fit and is a young player who offers a ton of upside.
- B+

6 (#181) Alfred Blue - RB, LSU
- High upside pick at RB. Not a ton of production and has dealt with injuries, but has the measureables. Would have preferred a few other RB's here though.
- C+

6 (#211) Jay Prosch - FB, Auburn
- I would have preferred Millard, but he does need a redshirt and Prosch is considered the best pure blocking FB in the draft.
- B

7 (#216) Andre Hal - CB, Vanderbilt
- Decent player, but not a lot of upside. He's also strictly a slot CB. Not a horrible pick, but not a great one.
- C

7 (#256) Lonnie Ballentine - S, Memphis
- This is what you look for in the later rounds. Sure, the production wasn't always there, but 6'3 220 lbs and he runs a 4.3? Yea, I'll take that chance.
- A

Overall: A
The last pick harkens back to the days of Tex Schramm and Tom Landry. Tom told Tex, "Just get me athletes and I'll make them Football Players."

I don't know if it's possible to do that in this day of instant success or failure.
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The only time you have is now and until the start of the season to be giddy . Coaching youth sports is the same thing . Everybody says they killed at the draft .
Even Patriots fans think they had a good draft, and they totally stunk at their draft. Bellicheck taking a QB in round 2 and a project player in round 1?


Fans always want to look for the positives.

I think in our draft the coaches did what they intended to do for the most part. Nothing goes as planned the entire time, but they probably wanted to bring in their guys for the system they want to implement which will need to start in the trenches. My favorite pick is that NT assuming he ends up being a good space eater in the middle who can cause some havoc as well. With him going in there, it makes me feel better about the Clowney pick.
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Even Patriots fans think they had a good draft, and they totally stunk at their draft. Bellicheck taking a QB in round 2 and a project player in round 1?


Fans always want to look for the positives.

I think in our draft the coaches did what they intended to do for the most part. Nothing goes as planned the entire time, but they probably wanted to bring in their guys for the system they want to implement which will need to start in the trenches. My favorite pick is that NT assuming he ends up being a good space eater in the middle who can cause some havoc as well. With him going in there, it makes me feel better about the Clowney pick.
I liked the 3rd round because we went from smaller NGs and TEs to bigger guys who are athletic . A 6'6 265 TE can help on blocking and the red zone .
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The "eye" test says A. Now they got to prove theyre worthy of a spot on the 53.
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I gave it a B. Love the defensive picks, but I really wanted either Garappolo or McCarron. But either way, solid job and hopefully we get many starters from this group.
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They got what should be 4 starters and I think Savage has a chance to be a quality backup QB. The rest address some of their depth issues.

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They got what should be 4 starters and I think Savage has a chance to be a quality backup QB. The rest address some of their depth issues.

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I really like our NT Nix, the kid seems to have a high motor, and he is pretty good at batting down passes as well. Man our D-Line is going to be nasty with Clowney, Nix, Watt not to mention the safties we picked up in FA. Man we look tough on D
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I give us an A overall. I like the way they had a plan and philosophy and stuck to it.

My favorite pick: we finally got our bubble-butt NT. Thank-you, BOB!
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Ask me after we win the Superbowl!
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If we can get four players offering various levels of positive contribution to this team, I'll be happy.
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