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Re: 2010 NFL mock draft (in depth) 3 rounds

I saw that Lions WR joke coming and it was still funny. Fucking Matt Millen lol.

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Yeah, Jerry isn't known for trading up, but this is one draft where we really don't need anything but that ONE position. A lot of these NFL Network guys seem to think we might too. I was actually estatic when HOLDzel Adams got the boot last month, but we need someone that can dominate people like Jared Allen they way he did. I doubt Free is that guy, and it wouldn't hurt to trade up and get some re-assurence. The only other thing we really need help at is corner/safety, but I doubt there is going to be anyone of merit left at pick 27. Those positions tend to go fast.
Holdzell lol. I don't mind holding, that shit happens. It's the all his false starts that made me want to hire ninjas to assassinate him on the spot. False starts are the easiest penalties to not commit. Get your fucking head in the game Holdzell...Jesus! I'm getting worked up just thinking about it. I'll miss his good blocking, as he was a solid blocker for the most part. But I will NOT miss his false starts.

This offensive line draft class isn't the most stellar we've seen. I'm not sure it's worth trading up and losing a bunch of picks that could be used for depth elsewhere. I just don't see it happening. I'm like you...Dallas NEEDS a real Left Tackle. I'm not sold on Free either, though he was solid taking Colombo's place last year. Left Tackle is a completely different animal than Right Tackle. It's one of the critical positions, if not the most critical, on any team that has a right handed QB. Don't get me wrong, I will not bitch at all if Dallas trades up to get a Tackle.

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I dunno, Williams could just be a bargaining chip to throw in with our current 1st round pick and maybe a 2nd or 3rd to move up. He isn't worth much on his own, but a team like Washington that is in as much dying need of a WR might just consider the offer if it also gets them a few more picks.
He's worthless. Don't kid yourself. Of course, trading him to Washington isn't a bad idea. Then he can not get open and drop passes when wide open with them. I used to love Roy, as I'm a Texas homer as well. So it sucks to hate him now. I just don't know what happened to him. He was outstanding those first few years in Detroit. It's gotta be a mental thing. His head's not right.

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Re: 2010 NFL mock draft (in depth) 3 rounds

Well... the RAMS ARE ON THE CLOCK.

Expecting a shocker with the first pick


EDIT: I guess not

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Well, this mock is garbage now.

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Well, this mock is garbage now.
every mock is garabage way to many trades went on
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there were certainly some sketchy picks. a few guys rose a bit too much, and a few guys dropped down way too low.

the NFL draft: crapshoot galore.

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there were certainly some sketchy picks. a few guys rose a bit too much, and a few guys dropped down way too low.

the NFL draft: crapshoot galore.
That's exactly why I don't ever bother keeping up with all the mock drafts. No one knows what's going to happen come the actual draft.

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No one predicted that Tebow would go in the 1st Round and he did, infront of Clausen too, I thought he'd definetly be the 2nd QB to go after Bradford. So now the Broncos have Tebow and Quinn, Tebow is a rookie and Quinn isn't that experienced, I bet they wish they still had Jay Cutler (even if he is a douche off the field)

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You sure about that Jack? Cutler led the league in INT's last season. He's a clusterfuck waiting to happen, a walking snafu. I'm not convinced he'll be any better with mad scientist Martz as OC. There's no doubt Culter has a great arm, but he relies on that arm way too much. He's not Dan Marino. Someone needs to teach him how to read a defense.

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No one predicted that Tebow would go in the 1st Round and he did, infront of Clausen too, I thought he'd definetly be the 2nd QB to go after Bradford. So now the Broncos have Tebow and Quinn, Tebow is a rookie and Quinn isn't that experienced, I bet they wish they still had Jay Cutler (even if he is a douche off the field)
Some people had Tebow in round 1. I don't think anyone had Teboe AHEAD of Clausen, though. That's just boggleworthy.

I'm not sure that Broncos fans wish they still had Cutler. I bet they wish they did more with the picks they got from trading him. Tebow is the crown jewel of that trade. Uh...

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Cutler throws too many int's that's for sure but he is a Pro Bowl level QB who gives them a better chance to win than Tebow or Quinn.

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