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oubronco 01-23-2013 05:13 PM

Would you be happy with this draft?
 
Like the title says, Would you be happy with this draft?

DT Kawann Short, Purdue (Round 1)

MLB Kevin Minter, LSU (Round 2)

S Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma (Round 3)

WR Ryan Swope, Texas A&M (Round 4)

RB Michael Dyer, Arkansas State (Round 5)

CB Nigel Malone, Kansas State (Round 5-6)

G Spencer Long, Nebraska (Round 5-7)

C Sam Schwartzstein, Stanford (Round 5-7)

http://b.bm324.com/public/?q=ulink&f....UQBuxA.IwE3FQ

SpringStein 01-23-2013 05:51 PM

If we get Short and Minter with out first two picks, we can have a gorilla pick the rest of the names out of a hat and I'll be happy.

NFLBRONCO 01-23-2013 08:15 PM

[QUOTE=oubronco;3787446]Like the title says, Would you be happy with this draft?

DT Kawann Short, Purdue (Round 1)

MLB Kevin Minter, LSU (Round 2)

S Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma (Round 3)

WR Ryan Swope, Texas A&M (Round 4)

RB Michael Dyer, Arkansas State (Round 5)

CB Nigel Malone, Kansas State (Round 5-6)

G Spencer Long, Nebraska (Round 5-7)

C Sam Schwartzstein, Stanford (Round 5-7)

This would add to our weakest areas how could you not like. Not too fimiliar with Short.

lonestar 01-23-2013 08:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by oubronco (Post 3787446)
Like the title says, Would you be happy with this draft?

DT Kawann Short, Purdue (Round 1)

MLB Kevin Minter, LSU (Round 2)

S Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma (Round 3)

WR Ryan Swope, Texas A&M (Round 4)

RB Michael Dyer, Arkansas State (Round 5)

CB Nigel Malone, Kansas State (Round 5-6)

G Spencer Long, Nebraska (Round 5-7)

C Sam Schwartzstein, Stanford (Round 5-7)

http://b.bm324.com/public/?q=ulink&f....UQBuxA.IwE3FQ

Consider we only have 6 picks. Unlikely.

driver 01-24-2013 03:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lonestar (Post 3787681)
Consider we only have 6 picks. Unlikely.

Think we'll have a couple of late round comp picks, which will help.

Back to the OP, apparently Kupe needs another surgury, for a broken tibia.
My priority list is now an OL capable of playing G/C. Then mlb,SS/FS, RB,cb.

That makes B. Jones a good possibility. He's being projected as a bottom 1st rounder.

Momentum 02-09-2013 08:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by oubronco (Post 3787446)
Like the title says, Would you be happy with this draft?

DT Kawann Short, Purdue (Round 1)

MLB Kevin Minter, LSU (Round 2)

S Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma (Round 3)

WR Ryan Swope, Texas A&M (Round 4)

RB Michael Dyer, Arkansas State (Round 5)

CB Nigel Malone, Kansas State (Round 5-6)

G Spencer Long, Nebraska (Round 5-7)

C Sam Schwartzstein, Stanford (Round 5-7)

http://b.bm324.com/public/?q=ulink&f....UQBuxA.IwE3FQ

Not sure about Dyer, he has character issues. Would rather take a diff RB but other than that it looks good.

Dedhed 02-10-2013 09:57 AM

I love Matt Elam S, Florida. We need safety help as much as anywhere, and this guy has a Ray Lewis kind of presence on the field. Plays with violence, is a leader and understands the game.

lonestar 02-10-2013 12:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by driver (Post 3787796)
Think we'll have a couple of late round comp picks, which will help.

Back to the OP, apparently Kupe needs another surgury, for a broken tibia.
My priority list is now an OL capable of playing G/C. Then mlb,SS/FS, RB,cb.

That makes B. Jones a good possibility. He's being projected as a bottom 1st rounder.

Not sure who we lost and if that sum total, is balanced by Mannings signing.

Off the top of my head, NOT.

Requiem 02-10-2013 12:19 PM

Manning was released by the Colts so his signing does not factor into compensatory pick awarding. Don't talk about **** you have no clue about.

02-10-2013 12:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Requiem (Post 3795476)
Manning was released by the Colts so his signing does not factor into compensatory pick awarding. Don't talk about **** you have no clue about.

Beat me to the punch. He's really a genuinely negative poster. He doesn't like free agency, Ryan Clady, college football, mock drafts, anyone who thinks outside the box, or posts to have fun.

Everything with him is business model driven, with analytical matrices. Because unlike anyone else in the country, he's the only person to successfully run a business, where he had a payroll and a real life salary cap.

Is there anything that he enjoys, other than interjecting like a know it all?
You'd kind of wonder if he would be ok with winning the Super Bowl. From what I have gathered, he's got a chip on his shoulder that the old regime is not coaching in Denver anymore, maybe it's his vendetta to verify it was a huge mistake..

Requiem 02-10-2013 12:33 PM

He has been a negative nancy and parade raining poster for over a decade. He is worthless.

02-10-2013 12:46 PM

I wouldn't be irate or anything, but I don't understand why we would wait until the round 5 through 7 to address what are arguably our two biggest needs: interior o-line and running back.

02-10-2013 01:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Momentum (Post 3795218)
Not sure about Dyer, he has character issues. Would rather take a diff RB but other than that it looks good.

In the late rounds he's more than worth the risk. I mean you can draft a guy with great character and marginal talent in those rounds or draft a guy like Dwyer who has the potential to be a star in the NFL if he grows up a bit. I think I'd rather go the latter route.

pricejj 02-12-2013 05:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dedhed (Post 3795371)
I love Matt Elam S, Florida. We need safety help as much as anywhere, and this guy has a Ray Lewis kind of presence on the field. Plays with violence, is a leader and understands the game.

Are you saying Matt Elam is like Ed Reed?


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