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 Posted: Fri Apr 23rd, 2010 12:43 am
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Papa Voo wrote: Trade between the 49ers and the Broncos.

It must be somebody that they want bad and are scared that Miami would take them.

 

Niners want Anthony Davis BAD



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Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers is a good pick. 

Considered to be one of finest athletes in the 2010 NFL Draft, Davis has the long wingspan, large hands, balance and body control teams look for in a quality pass protector. With his ability to come off the snap at a low pad level, along with his lateral agility, he could even be considered a potential pulling guard at the next level.



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Another trade between the Chargers and the Dolphins.

Boomer thinks they are going running back.



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Ryan Matthews, RB, Fresno St. going to the Bolts.

Mathews is a classic downhill runner who used his explosive power and burst to put his name in the record books alongside fellow Western Athletic Conference standouts such as LaDainian Tomlinson and Marshall Faulk. The Bulldogs tailback has that great ability to make one cut and burst through the hole for consistent positive gains. He has exceptional balance and undoubtedly one of the strongest stiff arms at the collegiate level, and when put together, it makes for one tough runner.



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Papa Voo wrote: Ryan Matthews, RB, Fresno St. going to the Bolts.

Mathews is a classic downhill runner who used his explosive power and burst to put his name in the record books alongside fellow Western Athletic Conference standouts such as LaDainian Tomlinson and Marshall Faulk. The Bulldogs tailback has that great ability to make one cut and burst through the hole for consistent positive gains. He has exceptional balance and undoubtedly one of the strongest stiff arms at the collegiate level, and when put together, it makes for one tough runner.

Best all round rb in draft



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Philly trades with Denver

Iggles on the clock.

Here comes Earl Thomas to the City of Brotherly love.

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Earl Thomas

One of the youngest players eligible for the 2010 NFL Draft, Thomas is also one of the most debatable. A collegiate strong safety, he has shown the man coverage skills to make a successful move to cornerback, as some teams do not feel that his frame is suited to play strong safety at the next level.

However, with his natural hands and ball-hawking skills, along with playmaking ability, Thomas could be the perfect solution for a team looking for a game-changing type of free safety. One only needs to look at the success and rapid development of New England's Brandon Meriweather as an example of what Thomas can offer a professional defensive backfield.


 

Good pick.

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Papa Voo wrote: Philly trades with Denver

Iggles on the clock.

Here comes Earl Thoms to the City of Brotherly love.

Much needed Safety. I thought they would do this sooner



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Papa Voo wrote: Wow!  Spiller to the Bills is the first surprise for me in the draft.
I figured this early in the week. Lynch has no burst and is toast anyway and Fred Jackson is 30. But they still don't have a QB, offensive tackles, or a defensive line.

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Eagles take Brandon Graham

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In the words of Gomer Pyle, "Surprise! Surprise! Surprise!"

 

Wow!

 

Brandon Graham, DE, Michigan

 

Pass rush: Relentless rusher able to pressure the quarterback lining up on the strong or weak side. Lines up at five-technique in some passing situations. Uses his strength, balance and lack of height to get under shoulder pads of tackle. Strong, violent hands to beat his man straight-out or disengage. Lacks a consistent counter move. Has an inside spin move but rarely shows it. Despite his stout build, Graham drops into zone coverage easily and shows some fluidity in space. Backpedal is slow, as expected, but he will still get a shot as a linebacker for a 3-4 team. Lines up wide so he can turn the corner against slower tackles, will struggle to do so against NFL tackles.


Run defense: Can punch the tackle to disengage or maintain the angle to force the action inside when run plays are coming his way. Occasionally gets skinny to penetrate on inside runs. Stays home to contain, watch for bootlegs and stop reverses. Must be more consistent using his hands to defeat cut blocks, although he can still make the tackle after a cut as he recovers fairly well. Has a good motor, works hard to get down the line on runs away from him. Lacks elite speed to chase down NFL backs consistently.


Explosion: Good first step off the ball and pounds his man's jersey on contact when in pure pass-rush mode. Has some pop off the snap when looking for the run, and is able to stand his ground against much bigger linemen. Brings full effort from the first quarter to the fourth, and smells weakness in his opponent. Closes quickly and explodes into the quarterback on a sack.

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Principal_Raditch wrote: Eagles take Brandon Graham
WOW. That leaves Thomas to Niners if he's around.



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Broncos are trading down because they want Tebow

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LAF wrote: Broncos are trading down because they want Tebow
He is not a First Rounder.  Tebow picked in the First Round is a reach.



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Papa Voo wrote: LAF wrote: Broncos are trading down because they want Tebow
He is not a First Rounder.  Tebow picked in the First Round is a reach.

I think that is why they keep trading down

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