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  1. Patriot Missile

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    Although I know there is only a 00000% chance we are getting Calvin Johnson I must admit his pro day was mighty impressive. Not to mimic NFL.coms words but he had a 11 feet 7 inch broad jump. Is that the best broad jump ever from a athlete out of the combine? He also had a 42 inch vertical leap to go with his 4.3 times. They say he ran some good routes too.

    I know combine and pro day numbers don't always equate to play on the field but for a 6'4 WR he really does seem to have it all. If I were the Raiders I'd snag him number 1 regardless if Ken Walters or Aaron Rodgers was my QB. I just couldn't pass on the vast potential of this kid,regardless of the team needs.
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    I wouldn't be shocked if the Raiders gave Detroit a cheap trade up to snag Russell, then took Johnson #2.
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    Ken Walters made randy moss look like reche caldwell and ken walkters will make CJ look like jabbar gafney. The radiers would be stupid not to take a QB with the first pick as they have been sitting on their thumbs when it comes to picking one up in FA. Look how well it has worked out for Tenn last year.
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    I assume you mean Andrew Walter, and not the former Patriots punter, whose name was Ken Walter?

    Andrew Walter is not the problem in Oakland. Having no running game and .9 seconds to throw because of a NCAA-Div. 2 caliber offensive line is the problem in Oakland.

    Calvin Johnson, or even Joe Thomas, are much safer picks than the two quarterbacks.
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