I rather draft Reggie Mc. Neil

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  1. Daonly

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    top of the 4th round. Take Reggie Bush 1st overall.Then will have an Aggie Coach, and take all the Aggie Fans and turn them to Texans Fans!

    Pick up my boy Rocky Benard DT from Seattle in free agency. another Aggie. Life would be great! I think Kubes can teach both Carr, and Mc Neil, plus we can use Reggie like how the Steelers us Randle EL/Slash.

    If Carr don't work out will have Reggie Already groom to take over.He's just as good as Vince Young just a slight below, but you don't have to pay him 50 million bucks to start out with during growing pains.

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  2. Kaiser Toro

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    I hope they do not draft this kid. I had to suffer watching his games over his career and it drove me insane.
     
  3. Jack Bauer

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    Why did it drive you insane? Until this year, Reggie had developed more than Young and had many impressive games.
     
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    Your right, I should rephrase. I would not mind them drafting him as a flier in the 6th or 7th round.
     
  5. Jack Bauer

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    I would consider him in the 5th round. I think he might be gone by this pick, however.
     
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    We need another DT like my male boxer needs another nipple.
     
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    Thats actually a great idea. I would draft him as a WR I think he runs a 4.3. So he could help stretch the field for AJ once he gets some experience.That would give us so many options for trick plays.
     
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    And you would only have to carry 2 QBs on your roster. McNeil could have a small portion of the playbook and if worse comes to worst he could do it.
     


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    I agree. If we move to the 4-3 we will have 4 or 5 guys at the position. All we need on the d-line or de's.
     
  10. Daonly

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    I feel someone may get cut like Payne.
     
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    McNeal is a young Aaron Brooks, great one game and horrible the next. No thanks.
     
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    Payne is one year into a new contract. He would cost as much to cut as to keep. He isn't going anywhere next year.
     
  13. profan

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    Yea, cause Mc Neil was such a great leader at Texas A & M. When this happens, tell all the Aggie fans i have eight psl's i will gladly sell them.
     
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    We dont mean as our starting Qb or even second string. He could play WR and QB if needed while only taking up one roster spot and he would give us the option for some WR passing plays. Not to mention he runs a 4.30.
     
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    Rumor has it that Reggie is extremely unwilling to change positions, though...Even if he were to change positions, it would be to FS, not WR...I've heard he has bad hands, so if we converted him, he'd be like another Bradford...
     
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    Well if he is unwilling to change positions then he is going to have an excellent career in Arena Football or the CFL. Maybe he can lead his team to the Gray Cup.
     
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    I would'nt be upset if we picked him and i have a great disdain for aggies but this is the NFL. Having said that i would'nt use anything higher than a sixth round pick on him.
     
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    I guess that settles that. We have one to many Bradfords on our team already.
     
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    Something tells me that may change this offseason...
     
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    God I hope so.
     

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