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Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by LetsGoPats36, Apr 17, 2007.

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  1. LetsGoPats36

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    Well, you might want to get a #25 on your big board.
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    hmm, that was weird, I had Meachem at 25 and it was there when I went to edit it. So I tried re-typing it and it should show up now. Thanks for pointing it out
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    #50 Jersey

    My only qualm is that both Beason and Posluzsny are ticked for the ILB position if they are drafted by the Pats.
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    Mostly, I like it. Craig Davis is a noticable omission on your top-10 receviers. Pitc*ck @ 3 for DT's? Houston #1 CB? Love to hear about it from your side.
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    Ah, I don't know, I like that you took the effort and I agree with some of it.

    I don't agree with some of the rankings but their your rankings, so it doesn't matter.

    Also, I'm to tired to point out the rankings I don't like:D
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    Thanks to everyone who left feedback, I appreciate it.

    In response yo your counterpoints, Craig Davis not being included in the top 10 is a fair enough gripe. He was the toughest one to leave off my list and he if I would have added a #11 to my list, it would have been him.

    Pitc-ck has always impressed me with his consistency and ability to shut down the run. I know he isn't the most physically gifted tackle, but he is a full effort high intensity guy that plays technically sound and has a lot of experience in a complicated defense.

    Houston, while not the conventional #1 cornerback, has done everything to show me that he will be a shut down corner in the NFL. He faced some of the top receivers in all of the NCAA this year and held his own. He also has a lot of Ellis Hobbs in him with his physical play and swagger.
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