Best year to have first pick!

Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by F-minus67, Dec 12, 2005.

  1. F-minus67

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    Think about it, this year there is two franchise* type players. So that means that a lot of teams will be willing to trade a number of picks for the first overall. I mean think about it, the Saints traded their entire draft for the rights to draft Ricky Williams. And while Ditka isn't coaching this year the team has a good chance to get some great picks. I do think that the the texans will not draft Bush since Davis signned the big contract and Mathis has already scored two TDs on kick returns.

    * the reason I used the asteric is that any player can be a bust or an allstar in the right situation.
     
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    Thank You!!!
     
  3. texplayer2

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    Who are you saying is the second franchise* player?:confused:
     
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    I think he is talking about Leinart but questions about his mobility, arm strength, and his knee are developing and his draft stock might drop a bit. He would still likely be the first QB taken unless Vince Young comes out and someone wants a more mobile QB, but the value we could get in return for trading down might be dropping.
     
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    If we are gonna draft a QB, then i want somebody who can run fast and can throw.
     
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    I thought he was talking about A.J. Hawk.......leinart is overrated in my opinion. Hawk is going to be pro-bowler for many years:ok:
     
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    Maybe he is talking about the franchise LT position everyone, esspecially the Texans, want...
     
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    yeah he cant be talking about leinart leinart is just a product of the system i mean look at carson palmer the biggest bust ever to date. they will never make it in the NFL:sarcasm:
     

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