this will do it!!

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  1. Spoda

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    we trade 1st round pick to Jets and swap 1sts and get their second...we probably get more but we'll go with this

    RD1(jets) mario williams...we are switching to 4-3..we need him
    RD2 leonard pope ...please be there..please be there
    RD2(jets)whichever stud T is left ..there will be one
    RD3 take a guard..there are a ton of good guards
    RD3(saints) repeat last pick
    RD4 there will be someone everyone missed or we trade it for a good deal as everyone will be salivating over who got missed


    with that we will be on our way.....if we don't trade down take bush not young
     
  2. MorKnolle

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    I would look for our OT before getting a TE, I think that would be more important and we can get a decent TE later. I would change it to:
    Trade with Jets, swap 1sts, get their 2nd and next year's 1st (I'd like to add John Abraham in there and drop one of the picks to a later round, but if we're getting Mario then I think Babin is serviceable enough as a 4-3 DE).
    Pick up LeCharles Bentley in free agency.

    1.4) Mario Williams
    2.1) Eric Winston (I don't think he'll fall this far, but some including Kiper have him here so if he is that's a great steal for us)
    2.4) Davin Joseph/best CB available (if a real nice CB falls this far grab him, otherwise continue to solidify the OL)
    3.1) best CB available/best interior OL (depends on what we do with #36 pick)
    3.2) if a good, fast WR is available get him, otherwise get best available TE
    4.1) best TE/OL/WR/LB/CB (if we go WR at #66 get TE here, if not then go for best/most athletic WR/LB/CB or interior OL if one falls)
    5.1) BPA at position of need
    6.1) BPA at position of need
    7.1) BPA at position of need
     
  3. Spoda

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    i sort of agree..i am torn between taking a TE or not..i know there are some "good" ones we can get later but there are 3 studs and if one falls to us i would love to have him...and i do like the idea of getting a corner but i am still holdoing out that pbuch will be our starter since hopefully we won't be playing a 3-4 soft zone with no pass rush whatsoever...faggins moves to nickel..sanders dime plus whatever rookie gem we may find from round 4 on
     
  4. mexican_texan

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    I just don't want Eric Winston any earlier than a late second. I've seen him play and I'm am not at all impressed. I would rather have Colledge from Boise St.
     
  5. beerlover

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    the Texans should not trade down, they take either Vince Young or Reggie Bush. Don't pass on one of these talents period, you still have 7 more picks which include the 1st pick of the 2nd round and the 1st TWO picks of the 3rd rd.

    If we go Bush we grab the best tackle with the 2nd pick if its Vince we take the best tackle with the 2nd pick unless Leonard Pope is still available.

    Third round go D, ILB/S or CB.

    Fourth round go TE if we didn't get Pope, I'd take Dave Thomas, UT or Jeff King, VT.

    5th round O-Lineman Will Allen, UT

    6th round- BPA
    7th round- BPA
     
  6. dcarey20

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    or they could just save alot of time and effort and take reggie bush
     
  7. YodAa

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    We wouldn't trade down with the Jets because they're probably looking to trade down as they have many holes to fill, weird QB/RB situations, and don't have the kind of money for a 1st overall pick. If we trade down and don't get Reggie or Vince then we would take DaBrick as he is the best OT to come out in years (The Reggie Bush of OTs) Leonard Pope won't be there, not if the Bears have anything to say about it. In a draft this deep there isn't too much of a reason for our team and many others to trade down.
     

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