Discussion in 'NFL Draft Discussion' started by SRW, Apr 28, 2011.
yeah and Kolb is going to Seattle and Miami now. lol
Official...Jets take an Alabama QB...
I'd rather hear Separate Ways any day.
Wheel in the Sky is a better Journey song......
Surprised Derrick Locke is still out there. Maybe the Rams take him if he makes it that far, but Clay could be the guy too if they go RB.
Come on Spags......are your going to blow smoke up your butt saying its a priority to take a RB to spell Jackson and then not take one?
Also, I know people were down on Ziemba, but not drafted so far over some of the ones that have been drafted is a shocker.
Also, other players still surprised they are out there Nick Belore, Lawrence Guy, Jeremy Beal, Greg Romeus
Zach Clayton is a definite sleeper.....the other DT alongside Nick Fairley.
Rams do have 3 picks left. One has to be a RB, right?
Rams pass on DT and RB again, lol
The Rams are going to rely on FA for a back......whenever that is.
That is stupid.
Patriots take Malcolm Williams from TCU
Cowboys just took a short yardage blocker and runner in Shaun Chapas.
Love Da'Rel Scott.....very versatile.
Good runner and receiver with great speed and explosiveness.
he's a pure boom/bust, injury risk that doesn't break tackles at all and a liability in pass protection which will reduce his chances in the passing game. worth a shot in the 7th after the draft you guys had sure, but love him, not likely.
I know the injury concerns are there but when he was on the field....he did make plays.
It's a shot worth taking here.
If healthy.....he could be a Kevin Faulk type back who can be a great receiver on third downs.
He would have to do A LOT in improving his pass protection to be like Kevin Faulk.
He's more of a receiving version at this point...but he is a better receiver at RB right now than Bradshaw and Jacobs.
We could use someone like that out of the backfield. And he can also play special teams. Two guys we've taken to improve that area.....that was our weak link last season.
Yay a fullback
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