Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by kastofsna, Jan 8, 2007.
the thread title says it all.
Beautiful, that moves everybody on the draft board down one.
I think that Oakland will end up taking him and try to trade Moss. If that doesn't happen, Matt Millen will draft him on principle.
Oh # 8 pick is looking kind of sweet. There is really no way we can screw that one up.
please- kastofsna screwed it up in another thread- it can be done.
I hope he falls to the second pick just to see what Millen does. Will he be able to resist the urge to take a once in a lifetime WR? Especially when they now need a WR?
i agree- everyone is waiting for that. yes, it's a no-brainer for them to take CJ, but yes, i think they'd perhaps choke and pass on him.
I'm not surprised he declared...
What is the consensus on this board if by some miracle this guy falls to us?
you take him. period.
I wouldn't mind trading AJ if we have CJ. Moulds and Walter are a must on the team, though.
If Calvin Johnson falls to 8, IMO the sky is falling.
It ain't happening.
there was only an outside chance the Texans would have a shot @ CJ but that was before winning the last two games of the season. any hope that the Texans could steal the best player in the draft picking #8 is dillusional
Well you have to keep your expectations open.
Hey if Detroit will pass on him, no telling how far he can fall.
if he fell to #8 I trade the pick. Seems to me the piling that much cap dollars into the WR position would be a big mistake. sure, Indy did it, but they have proven guys in a proven system.
yeah, maybe as far as all the way to the bucs.
No way he falls past 3-4 the best player in the draft period.
Calvin Johsnon is going to look sick in that black and silver
I will wait to see what they do with Randy Moss, and who the new head coach is.
I think the go with Russell, and keep Moss due to a lack of good trade offers.
IMO, Al will not pass on a guy who can throw bombs like Russell.
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