TSN 7 round mock draft (thoughts?)

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  1. Janus3

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    i really want mario williams but this isn't bad.

    1.1. Reggie Bush RB USC
    2.33. Eric Winston OT Miami
    3.65 Darryl Tapp DE VT
    3.66 Abdul Hodge ILB Iowa
    4.98. Dominique Byrd TE USC
    6.170. Bruce Gradkowski QB Toledo
    7.251. William Kershaw OLB Maryland
     
  2. Mike Kerns

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    I'd do a happy dance with that draft
     
  3. PapaL

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    I'd be dancing a damn jig if it turned out like that.
     
  4. David's Busted Carr

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    Why do we have to draft a QB every year? With Roselfels and Ragone on the roster I don't see the point. And I don't see any way we won't address the secondary in this draft. I do agree with Bush & Winston 1&2 though. I think that's dead on.
     
  5. God of Wine

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    That really looks like a :drool: good draft.

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  6. MorKnolle

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    We really need at least one DB somewhere in there, preferably a CB and a FS, and I'm not crazy about getting Tapp in the 3rd. He doesn't have real good measurables although he has a high motor and finds a way to get in the backfield, but I still don't think he's worth the #65/66 pick for our team, if we do look for a DE it should be more of a bigger one that can back Weaver up or is a more athletic option at LDE for passing situations, Victor Adeyanju would probably be my top choice in that department, and we should be able to get him at #98.
     

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