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Kirwin & Gosselin: Draft thoughts

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    Draft buzz: Two offensive tackles separating themselves from the pack
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    re: Kirwin & Gosselin: Draft thoughts

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    re: Kirwin & Gosselin: Draft thoughts

    The 2 best strong safeties (Troy Polamalu and Bob Sanders) in the NFL play at 207 lbs. and are both under 6'. Sanders might be an argument for the "pounding" theory since he has trouble staying uninjured for a full season, but he has much more of an impact in half a season than Pollard has in 16 games (unless you count injuring Tom Brady).
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    if the pats pick a DB at 23, I get the feeling there will be a big run on OLB/DE types in the late first round.
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    "Let's get them before the Pats do at #34"?
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    Falls in line with my thoughts on the inside LB'S in this years crop. Maualuga maintains the top spot -thus becoming more improtant as the draft nears. Trend of big power backs means guys like Maulaluga are needed to thump them. So forget about the negatives-this guy is the best at what he does this year. I would dummy down my thought process on Maualuga. He is what he is. At 23 he would fill a big need. After Maualuga the drop off is enormous.
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