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  1. carolinatony

    carolinatony In the Starting Line-Up

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    If we go LB at 23 and he is there at 34 in the second would he be a good pick? Most of the OT's will be gone and he is one of the top OG's in the draft.
    Is this a Good value for us?
     
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    Nope.

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    #11 Jersey

    This year, I'd look to the top centers for the Pats' guard candidates. And if you see a player like Robinson described with strengths like "Massive player who can engulf defenders and physically dominate his opponent" and weaknesses like "only marginal balance and lateral quickness to block at the second level," look elsewhere. :)
     
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    Very flabby body, more of a leaner than a mauler. One of the draft magazines called him immature and lazy.
     
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