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Old 03-07-2013, 09:19 AM   #109
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I like both of those guys, but it seems like the Broncos are looking at Geathers (Jenkins teammate) and Barnes (GT) as mid-round options. Of course, those were just combine interviews, but I wouldn't doubt that they are both brought in for private workouts as we get closer to the draft.

What is the value of Denver selecting a two-gap DT whose primary job is to clog up lanes at #28? IMO, not very good. I think Geathers and Barnes are much better value picks in the fourth round for what Del Rio wants to do with this defense and although "lesser" of prospects, with some good coaching and refining of technique, can be valuable players in our defense. They are also massive (6'5 -- 345). I just don't see the value of Jenkins or Hankins (who is quite disruptive for his size) for us in the 1st round.

Would much rather get a guy who is going to be a TRUE difference maker on offense or defense with that selection. Hypothetically, lets say a linebacker. Someone whose production has a definitive value rather than relative. Just my thoughts. I feel that both of those guys will be there in the fourth round. Perhaps even later, depending on how long it takes for the top defensive tackles to get off the board. What say you Mr. Clemson?
I agree. I think the entire FO are completely on board with drafting DT in the mid rounds. However, if a specific player were to fall into the 2nd, they would do exactly what they did with Wolfe to get him and trade back.
I just dont think they are looking at a DT high this year.
I think its the same guys i have been preaching for months now.
Rhodes-Trufant-Te'o-offensive weapon player (Austin,Hopkins,Bernard etc.)
And draft another DT in the mid rounds with another RB.
Just my 2 cents.
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