Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by theanswer000, Feb 4, 2010.
They both actually look good.
Both...one early, one late, both giving us NICE RB depth.
I'll take Blount as a late late late round pick.
Yep, the question is... how late?
I'm sure other teams are eyeing him as well, knowing that they will get a good RB for possibly a 4th-5th round pick. You can never have enough RBs in this league, and even a team like Ravens or Cowboys could pick him up just for insurance.
How many teams have a need at RB this year?
Eagles? Saints? Bengals? Redskins? 49ers?
If we want Blount I think we will have to take him with our 3rd. Other teams will probably be after him in the 4th.
Blount is the guy that went ape schit against Boise st and has had other issues. I wouldn't risk anything higher than a fifth rd pick. The guy is about as unstable as he is talented and he is very talented.
lol yeah I know who he is. But as we get closer to the draft a lot of teams are starting to "forget" that the fight ever happened. Here we are talking about getting him. A few months ago I would have passed on him in the 7th.
My point is I think were all starting to realize how good he really is. And if the Texans want him they might as well as grab him early.
Maybe at the 4th pick
Here's the punch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgCVZxzcZ1s
I think that's the sort of attitude that can be coached into a competitor. He will be a project, but he's a risk worth taking if the price is right. a 5th round pick would be ideal. It may be worth it to take Travis Johnson's pick (5) and a 6th to trade up to the bottom of the 4th to get him too.
I know what you mean. The guy is a player but it is a risk that comes with a potentially high reward.
I think we would get him for sure if we did this.
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