Draft Levin Brown Now!

Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by Ali4Real, Mar 6, 2007.

  1. Ali4Real

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    For once, why don't the Texans seriously consider drafting Levi Brown. If they don't want him at #8, why not trade the pick for another position in the 1st round and pick up extra picks?

    Texans Offense


    WR, Andre Johnson

    WR2, ????? ???????


    OT, Levi Brown

    OG, Charles Spencer (If he is healthy, or maybe keep Chester Pitts)

    C, Ryan Kalil????

    OG, Fred Weary

    OT, Eric Winston

    TE, Owen Daniels


    QB, David Carr

    FB, Vonta Leach

    RB, Ahman Green, w/ Ron "Bowser" Dayne




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  2. htownfoozball

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    youre gonna get made fun of for not spelling his name right.
     
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    no levi brown please. the only reason he is even being mentioned is because he is in a very underwhelming class of offensive line talent. we are better off going for more depth at 2nd and 3rd round.
     
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    Not a fan. I'd rather go after Joe Staley in the second round.
     
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    Thank you! Okoye or Landry in 07 @ 8.
     
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  9. beerlover

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    lets face it the growing consensous around here is that Kubaik is gonna pull another LT out of the hat in the 3rd rd. who will impact & start opening day :)

    while the reality is - teams who draft LT's in the 1st increase their chances of landing a franchise type of tackle prospect (left side/right side) for years to come so they can focus on their skill players.

    this is one of my favorite bittersweet learning processes regarding the draft- you study & you watch all the game film you can get your hands on, sign up for draft services, read message boards/post, listen to the radio & watch the TV for any draft events (Senior Bowl, Combine, etc. etc..) so when draft day comes your not only prepared, you have a better understanding of the future stars in the NFL and can follow their careers & pathways even if they don't get drafted by the Houston Texans. the draft makes anyone who relishes it a better student of the game, adds layers of information about its players & a reason its become the largest televised non-sporting event on the market. :twocents:
     
  10. El Amigo Invisible

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    I just read in another thread that Levi Brown lack ideal speed and should be starting as a RT instead of a LT. We need to go after Joe Thomas but it would be so hard to pass on CJ!!! ARGHHHHHHHHH!!!!

    OK I just read Levi Brown's scouting report. The report says he lacks a mean streak and does not show up on some plays. He might not even be able to handle the load of LT?We need a LT.
     
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    brown is such a boring pick, but he's going to be very good.
     

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