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  1. Patspsycho

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    This draft talk in jan and 1.50 will get u a coffe at dunking donuts... Not worth getting excited one way or another.. besides, we will be trading down for a number 1 pick in 2013:D
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    That pick makes me go: ew.
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    it's hard to say where guys will go befor the combine and pro days. sapp, could jump up to a top 10 pick or drop to the 2th round


    the few times i seen him i think at best he will be as good as rosie colvin. thats who he looks like to me when he gets after the QB. but he dose not have the size to set the edge in BB's 3-4 ya he's 6.5 but only 240lbs kinda built like shawn crable, who BB put on IR two years in a row cause he can't set the edge. i don't see BB drafting him


    i want Jerry Hughes,
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    Heard he had steroid problems, no thanks.
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    In the 2nd round I could see the Pats going TE, RB and OL.
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    You could see the Pats drafting a tight end? Way to go out on a limb there... ;)
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    i wonder how that gresham kid's doing in his rehab. before the injury, he was a freak.
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    He's about 3 inches too short to fit BB's criteria for OLB.
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    I agree. He's flat out productive. I think he's solidly built and can hold up at the point.

    I thought this too at first, but so is Tully Banta-Cain...and Adalius Thomas. James Harrison is only about 5'11" I think. Elvis Dumervil? About the same.

    The perfect physical prototype? Pierre Woods! He's a carbon copy of Carl Banks. The only problem is that he's nowhere near the same player. It may be time to re-think the criteria.
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    Physical makeup is important. Mental makeup is most important.
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    I got a good chuckle out of this. I'm a big fan of Fresh Prince.
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    Better than taking a TE
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    We've been going strong on the draft forum for about 6 months now. :p
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    Heheheheheheh
    I got a big laugh out of this, Carl Banks definitely has the weight Billy is looking for, and he can sub for Wilfork when he needs a breather! :D
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    I don't see the Patriots actually going OLB in the first round. I expect the Pats to go OL or DL in the first, and get back to building out from the trenches. My preference would be a top tier, long term replacement for Seymour.
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    i'm hoping this is a joke.
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