2019 Draft Thread

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  1. Seegara

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    Looks like the secondary poses an even greater need than the OL.
     
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    Better not draft anyone that doesn't play offensive line or the secondary.
     
  3. Thorn

    Thorn Dirty Old Man

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    I think we'll go with a defensive lineman or a TE in the first round. And our two second round picks will be a RB and a WR, both with injury histories. For our third round I'll be to stoned to care anymore.
     
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    OL
    Corner
    OL
    Corner
    OL
    Corner
    TE
    WR

    That should be our draft
     
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    Yeah no....the o-line should be the priority..1st & 2nd should be o-line. use the other 2nd on a db though...I wonder if we can pry Patrick Peterson away from Ariz. He has stated he wants to be traded & we will have lots of cap space.

    Think it's time to move on from J-jo.
     
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    Give somebody our first round pick to take OB.
    Throw in a second, if needed. :hides:
     
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    :thinking:
     
  8. honored82

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    so we pick anywhere between 21-24th in the draft? with 8 teams left in the playoffs after this weekend.

    We probably had the best record 11-5 , so may be 24th pick ?

    Seattle better loose today. Dallas looks prepared, unlike the Texans. We may have back to back 2nd round picks.
     
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    This team is deep no where. Draft BPA all the way. I would say sign FA but what the hell happened to Colvin.
     
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    powda Team BLEACH!

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    Want

    1 ol
    2 ol
    2 cb
    3 ol
    4 cb
    5 wr/RB with return skills
    6 wr/rb with return skills
    7 bpa
     


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    I'd like to add a RB or ILB as well as OL & CB.

    A QB or edge rusher I would pass on, but the best player available I'd take.
     
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    JB Old Curmudgeon

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    I would have thought that this thread would be in the draft forum
     
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    When I look at the list of QB’s the Texans are scheduled to play against in 2019, the Texans backfield will be cooked.

    I’m not really fond of the top of this draft class. Greedy Williams will probably be the first one taken but he’s rail thin. I think the real value is later on in round one or early 2nd. I like Amani Oruwariye. I’d like to see Gaine trade back a little and take him. Then start drafting o-line.
     
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    Over the Cap is projecting the Texans receiving zero compensatory picks in the 2019 draft. Link
     
  15. FuzzyLogic

    FuzzyLogic Mathematically Possible

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    Looks like we are picking 23rd.

    "The Texans own the 23rd overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft."

    Link
     
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    I'd prefer to even overpay a bit in FA on OL than use up our 1st rounder. OT is a difficult position to draft well. We have plenty of needs, I'd really prefer BPA in 1st.

    Could we pick-up someone like Ja'Wuan James in FA?
     
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    I want us to draft the A&M TE Jace Sternberger in the mid rounds. Use top rounds on OL and DB
     
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    All offensive line positions are hard to draft because you don't know how they're going to interact with the guys playing at their shoulders. Your run stoppers can be a bunch of individuals in good-natured competition with each other. But an OL must work as a unit to be effective. That's why—I'm going to come right out and say it—you need a lot of white skin on your offensive line in most cases. For example, look at the Dolts. They have a better OL than we'll probably ever have.
     
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    JB Old Curmudgeon

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    Why you gotta bring race into it?

    :eek::vincepalm::toropalm::facepalm: [​IMG]
     
  20. CloakNNNdagger

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    Two of Alabama's players are expected to enter the NFL Draft early...................RB Josh Jacobs and TE Irv Smith.
     
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