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  1. jimrat

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    1st Rd #24 Michael Griffin- Safety
    1st Rd #28 Anthony Spencer OLB/DE
    No 2nd Rd pick
    3rd Rd #91 Paul Williams WR
    I'm actually a 49er fan who's happens to have your team in a mockdraft I was just wondering if you would be happy with these picks.
     
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    I'm not a fan of Griffin considering the Longhorns pass D was awful.

    Spencer is a good value, but he doesn't fit the need of an ILB.

    Paul Williams is a guy admittedly I never heard of, but looking at his resume sounds like a workout warrior. If the scouting report from Sporting News is accurate then he doesn't fit the mold of a Patriot WR.
     
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    The reason I picked Griffin was because all of the top WR where gone and Harrison is getting up there in age as is Vrabel and Tully Banta Cain is gone.(Spencer pick)
     
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    I'm OK with Griffin although like bakes said he was part of an atrocious Texas secondary. Perhaps his game could improve if he was surrounded by smarter players. I still prefer Meriweather.

    I was a big Spencer guy up until the signing of AD. With AD, Colvin and Vrabel in the mix I think we should use our 1sts on more pressing needs.

    We don't really need WR's at the moment either.
     
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    Replace the third round pick with Booker/bush/jackson :)
     
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    Bruschi is older and we need help at ILB pretty bad. plus..dont worry about any WR..we have Stallworth-Washington-Welker-Jackson-Caldwell-Gaffney
     
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    Fixed it for ya, lol!:)

    Personally I'd take Woodley or Harris but I like Spencer too, so I'd be fine with the pick.

    Besides they could get Desmond Bishop or Anthony Waters later...
     
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    I think that would be a solid draft. Spencer looks like he would be a good rush LB in the 3-4 scheme.
     
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    I am assuming there were no trade allows much like ours was I think that we will find a way to trade for second round pick this year a possabliy a first next year
     
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    Well. No. I wouldn't be happy with it.

    1) I don't care for Spencer. Something about him just rubs me wrong. But if the Pats chose him, I always defer to them.

    2) Paul Williams - Well, considering that he supposedly likes defense better than offense, taking him in the 3rd round as a Corner might be a stretch because he'd be a conversion project. I'd rather go after a true corner instead. But, again, I would defer to the Pats if they felt he was better as a corner.

    3) I think this draft could be much better than what you've posted.
     
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    paul williams was a corneR?
     
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    According to NFLDraftScout.com, he played on both sides of the ball, though primarily on offense. Supposedly he prefer's defense though.
     
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    I'm no fan of Griffen (as those on the board already know), after he lead his pass D to a 90th ranking in 1a. Spencer wants to remain a DE, so he really fits a Tampa-2 D rather than a 3-4. Paul Williams; it must be a home town pick. I would expect him to go late 5th. Sorry, no love from me tonite...
     
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