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Old 01-25-2009, 03:39 PM   #1
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The Broncos trade down with Detroit for 20 plus top pick in 3 round.
1. Rey Rey, prefect player to play inside linebacker in 3-4.
2. Larry English, could be a real good stong side outside linebacker.
3a. Donald Brown, North - South runner that fits Broncos Scheme.
3b Terrance Taylor, Stong and Wide Body nose Tackle
4, Jarron Gilbert,3-4 De
5a Skip Vaughn ,Looked good at senior bowl
5b. Andre Brown, best running back at senior bowl
6a Victor Butler, Speed 3-4 outside linebacker
6b Brandon Fletcher, 5 Cb
7. Brian Hartline, 5 receiver.
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Old 01-25-2009, 05:46 PM   #2
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Youre addressing possibly the most important position on the defense with a 4th round pick? And youre very possibly reaching if youre banking on Taylor.
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Yep, right now to me its Raji in the first. That depends on how he rebounds from a lackluster Senior Bowl at the combine. But I think that is where Denver goes.
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Yep, right now to me its Raji in the first. That depends on how he rebounds from a lackluster Senior Bowl at the combine. But I think that is where Denver goes.
I think the Broncos would love to go with Raji, but if he has a decent combine, I doubt he's there at 12.

It's even more unlikely the Maualuga is there at 20.
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I think the Broncos would love to go with Raji, but if he has a decent combine, I doubt he's there at 12.

It's even more unlikely the Maualuga is there at 20.

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Nah Raji will be there. There is a lot of other needs above Denver. Especially with at least 2 teams who will reach for a franchise QB when there really isn't one. So I can see Raji easily falling like Clady did last year.
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The Broncos trade down with Detroit for 20 plus top pick in 3 round.
1. Rey Rey, prefect player to play inside linebacker in 3-4.
2. Larry English, could be a real good stong side outside linebacker.
3a. Donald Brown, North - South runner that fits Broncos Scheme.
3b Terrance Taylor, Stong and Wide Body nose Tackle
4, Jarron Gilbert,3-4 De
5a Skip Vaughn ,Looked good at senior bowl
5b. Andre Brown, best running back at senior bowl
6a Victor Butler, Speed 3-4 outside linebacker
6b Brandon Fletcher, 5 Cb
7. Brian Hartline, 5 receiver.
Rey Rey most likely will be a chief i doubt he gets past them.

Larry English had a pretty good senior bowl. but he is gonna have to show me more.

Donald Brown i am ok with

Terrance Taylor would be a good reserve in this leauge. Pair him up with Powell and it might work until we can find a True NT

Skip Vaughn is a good pick and hopefully he can pull off ST duties his first year.

Gilbert is a good pick although with 3-4 Defenses popping up and his ability to play UT i think he maybe long gone by that point

And i like what collier had to say you build from the inside out on a 3-4 so i think you need atleast one more prospect. maybe jasper brinkley?
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I think the Chiefs go offense in the first so Ray Ray could easily get pat them but then again I think he falls to the later 1st. Jamie Dukes said on NFL Network that 5 to 6 OT's will go in the first round. That will be interesting to see. All I know is I am glad Clady came out last year or he wouldn't be in Denver.
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I think the Chiefs go offense in the first so Ray Ray could easily get pat them but then again I think he falls to the later 1st. Jamie Dukes said on NFL Network that 5 to 6 OT's will go in the first round. That will be interesting to see. All I know is I am glad Clady came out last year or he wouldn't be in Denver.
I personally think Rey M is a bit over rated but he very well could be a packer or 49er. i dont see him slipping past SD
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I think the Chiefs go offense in the first so Ray Ray could easily get pat them but then again I think he falls to the later 1st. Jamie Dukes said on NFL Network that 5 to 6 OT's will go in the first round. That will be interesting to see. All I know is I am glad Clady came out last year or he wouldn't be in Denver.
I agree. Denver is so fortunate to have a darn good Oline right now. Only need backups or just replace the C position. I think Casey will do one more year....
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I agree. Denver is so fortunate to have a darn good Oline right now. Only need backups or just replace the C position. I think Casey will do one more year....
No, there are some good centers in this draft and we need two good young interior Olinemen to enter the picture and take over for Hamilton and Wiegmann. Wiegmann is long in the tooth and Hamilton gets ragdolled too much.

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Youre addressing possibly the most important position on the defense with a 4th round pick? And youre very possibly reaching if youre banking on Taylor.
nope you are wrong .
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IMO Broncos will select a OG/C and for sure a safety.
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No, there are some good safeties in this draft and we need two good young interior Olinemen to enter the picture and take over for Hamilton and Wiegmann. Wiegmann is long in the tooth and Hamilton gets ragdolled too much.
great post I totally agree. Hamilton way smaller then what Mcdaniels will want plus he's getting older. We need a center for sure IMO.

Hamilton played well last yr i don't agree with he get's ragdolled, but he does have trouble in the redzone moving bigger players out of the way.
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great post I totally agree. Hamilton way smaller then what Mcdaniels will want plus he's getting older. We need a center for sure IMO.

Hamilton played well last yr i don't agree with he get's ragdolled, but he does have trouble in the redzone moving bigger players out of the way.

FYI, even though you seem to know this, I meant Center and not Safety in my post. Ive changed it.
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Nah Raji will be there. There is a lot of other needs above Denver. Especially with at least 2 teams who will reach for a franchise QB when there really isn't one. So I can see Raji easily falling like Clady did last year.
Clady fell partly because of Sedrick Ellis. With the top of the draft heavy on OT talent this year, Raji will have even more value as the top rated DL.

A number of teams could use help on the DL, Cincinnati at number 6, Jacksonville at 8 who needs to replace Stroud, Green Bay at 9 are switching to 3-4 and need a NT and San Fransisco need a NT for their 3-4.

San Fransisco and Cincinnati both need OT, but if they only have Oher left on the board, they could look elsewhere.
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No, there are some good centers in this draft and we need two good young interior Olinemen to enter the picture and take over for Hamilton and Wiegmann. Wiegmann is long in the tooth and Hamilton gets ragdolled too much.
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LMAO wow .... a Great MLB'er keeps the stink down .. but have at it huckleberry !!!
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FYI, even though you seem to know this, I meant Center and not Safety in my post. Ive changed it.
I thought you meant both which is still true we do need both.

You can't neglect the oline though it's transformation is not complete. Now if the center whose name I cant type, Lichten%#^%^@ works out then thats great. The thing is we really don't know about him yet and would be wise to bring in some depth in that area.

Somehow I knew what you meant.
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I am not sayin NT is not important but that drafting not is not easy . MLB seem to be easy compared to drafting DT's in the first round worth there salt
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DT's take years MLBer take drafting .
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Draft Brace in the 2nd round .
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I thought you meant both which is still true we do need both.

You can't neglect the oline though it's transformation is not complete. Now if the center whose name I cant type, Lichten%#^%^@ works out then thats great. The thing is we really don't know about him yet and would be wise to bring in some depth in that area.

Somehow I knew what you meant.
I would prefer to sign Atogwe as opposed to relying on FA to get DLinemen.
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