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    Draft for the defense first guy, however i have to admit,....

    If we drafted Mike Evans to play opposite of Brown and perhaps even brought Santo back to run out of the slot,...our offense could actually become "High powered".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod Polamalu View Post
    and perhaps brought Santo back to run out of the slot,...our offense could become "High"..
    there, fixed that for ya...

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    there, fixed that for ya...


    Hahahaha,.......hey,....we brought the William Gay kid back bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod Polamalu View Post
    there, fixed that for ya...


    Hahahaha,.......hey,....we brought the William Gay kid back bro.
    Willie Gay didn't tell off the fans and he is a solid citizen. Santonio is a turd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod Polamalu View Post
    If we drafted Mike Evans to play opposite of Brown and perhaps even brought Santo back to run out of the slot,...our offense could actually become "High powered".
    Holmes ain't coming back to be a backup.

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    This is a horrible idea

    No offense to you, or Evans (he may be all that). But drafting that "big WR" #1 is a luxury. I have to believe there will be a better defensive player available--and that is where our #1 pick should be spent.

    I don't even think it is that big a need... e.g. I would much prefer an heir apparent TE (behind Heath).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoe View Post
    No offense to you, or Evans (he may be all that). But drafting that "big WR" #1 is a luxury. I have to believe there will be a better defensive player available--and that is where our #1 pick should be spent.

    I don't even think it is that big a need... e.g. I would much prefer an heir apparent TE (behind Heath).

    I feel you Shoe. I would like to see us land Barr, Nix or Mack with our first selection and come back with with Shazier or Bucannon in the second. Just saying,... i could see how a player like Evans or Amaro could positively impact our offensive productivity in terms of being able to score consistently against any opponent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoe View Post
    No offense to you, or Evans (he may be all that). But drafting that "big WR" #1 is a luxury. I have to believe there will be a better defensive player available--and that is where our #1 pick should be spent.

    I don't even think it is that big a need... e.g. I would much prefer an heir apparent TE (behind Heath).
    I agree. I really like Evans but he is indeed a luxury at this point. Also, I believe Wheaton will develop into a good NFL WR. Lets not forget he is still here. I would like to see a Welker like slot guy picked up in the third or later. It is between DB and LT...with a leaning towards LT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn View Post
    I agree. I really like Evans but he is indeed a luxury at this point. Also, I believe Wheaton will develop into a good NFL WR. Lets not forget he is still here. I would like to see a Welker like slot guy picked up in the third or later. It is between DB and LT...with a leaning towards LT.
    yep... we keep talking about big WR's like we don't have one on our team. I know our record is ehhh but our WR production is pretty good.

    I still think our FO believes our LT is already on the team. No way will we pick one in the first when you have 1 or 2 sacks in the last 5 games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    yep... we keep talking about big WR's like we don't have one on our team. I know our record is ehhh but our WR production is pretty good.

    I still think our FO believes our LT is already on the team. No way will we pick one in the first when you have 1 or 2 sacks in the last 5 games.

    ...and if our FO really believes we have the pieces to a good OL on this team we had better be prepared to be an 8-8 team for many more years. The recent performance of this OL is an illusion because it is more a result of Ben finally doing some of the things that Haley has wanted for two year, i.e. getting rid of the ball quickly, as he did last night against the Bumgals.

    This OL still struggles to create a hole in the run game and is usually completely overmatched in short yardage situations by any decent Def Line.
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