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 Posted: Mon Apr 22nd, 2013 10:39 am
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Tell us the needs of your hometown or favorite NFL team. 

Who do you think your team will draft in the First Round?

Who would you personally like to see them draft?

If you have a mock draft, throw it out there. 

Do you see any players and being busts or dark horses?  Put your predictions out there.




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 Posted: Mon Apr 22nd, 2013 12:22 pm
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Bears

Middle Linebacker or Defensive back

Defensive Back

I hope the Bears don't select T'eo from Notre Dame.



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 Posted: Mon Apr 22nd, 2013 02:07 pm
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The Eagles have the #4

I think all of the Geno Smith talk is a ruse. Different regime now also.

From their free agency signings they seems to believe "several good players" is better than 1 "very good" player and I think they are looking to trade that pick in exchange for a later first round pick and whatever else they can hold someone up for.

The whole defense needs revamping. Line, linebackers, secondary, everybody. You can envision their first pick/second pick/third pick being plugged into any of those spots and playing right away.

I think they'll take [QB] EJ Manuel in the second round if he is still there otherwise I expect them to draft for the defensive side of the ball and set up a "competition at every position" training camp.

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Packers

RB

O-line

D-line

TE

LB

Backup QB

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Colts -

DE - they shored up some players on the Dline.  But they still need a presence here as Cory Redding is getting old and didn't play all 16 games last year.

WR- They got Heyward-Bey on a one year deal.  But they lost Avery to KC and only have Reggie Wayne for this final year.  They need a number one guy to groom.

As for who they draft?  I dunno.  Grigson had a successful year last year and really spent some money in FA this year.

There's talk of the Jones kid as a DE/DT from UCLA and Jonathan Hankins as a DT from Ohio State.

However, I wouldn't be surprised if they took at CB.

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 Posted: Tue Apr 23rd, 2013 12:14 am
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Rams 1st round

WR
Safety

Other needs

OLB
CB
G/T

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beejmi wrote:

I think they'll take [QB] EJ Manuel in the second round if he is still there otherwise I expect them to draft for the defensive side of the ball and set up a "competition at every position" training camp.


I think Manuel is the best QB in this years draft.



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They have 13 picks(5 in the first 75 picks).

I hope they are used for all defense.

Another pass rusher , another safety and a center/Olineman is a must.



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Gmen-need an OL badly but will likely take a DE (possibly Tank Carradine of Florida State).

Need LB's, a safety, and more OL. Their Offensive skill positions are set. It's their OL that needs help.

The Giants would be most aided by changing both coordinators.



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Texans need to tweak the secondary, badly. Matt Schaub , as much as he is liked as person by the fans, his killer instinct has been in question the past two seasons. Myself and other fans would like to see another guy ready to take the QB spot if Schaub doesn't pull it together this season.

 



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cheapseats wrote: Texans need to tweak the secondary, badly. Matt Schaub , as much as he is liked as person by the fans, his killer instinct has been in question the past two seasons. Myself and other fans would like to see another guy ready to take the QB spot if Schaub doesn't pull it together this season.

 

Sorry, I had to laugh at Schuab and "killer instinct" being used in the same sentence.

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DaNkinator wrote: cheapseats wrote: Texans need to tweak the secondary, badly. Matt Schaub , as much as he is liked as person by the fans, his killer instinct has been in question the past two seasons. Myself and other fans would like to see another guy ready to take the QB spot if Schaub doesn't pull it together this season.

 

Sorry, I had to laugh at Schuab and "killer instinct" being used in the same sentence.

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Don't feel bad. I was trying to be kind by not saying "lack of."



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One of my best friend's is a diehard Texans fan.  Has season tickets but also manages to sneak in a few away games each year.  We have fun at each other's expense since I'm a Colts fan.

But the poor guy can't stand Schuab.  And his biggest complaint is that he's a weenie and not tough at all.

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My biggest gripe with him is that he is afraid to run the damn ball. You'd think he had a shock collar around his neck and there was an electrical wire at the line of scrimmage.



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The Cowboys currently sit at # 18 in the 1st round and have 6 picks in total.


Round 1 - 18th pick
Round 2 - 47th pick
Round 3 - 80th pick
Round 4 - 114th pick
Round 5 - 151st pick
Round 6 - 185th pick



Dallas's biggest needs are on the Offensive Line, Defensive Line and Safety. Dallas would love to grab Offensive Guard Chance Warmack ( Alabama ) or Offensive Guard Jonathan Cooper ( North Carolina ) if they were still around but those 2 big OG will likely be gone by the time Dallas picks unless they move up a few spots. Another option is to pick a Defensive Tackle like Sylvester Williams ( North Carolina ) or Sheldon Richardson ( Missouri ) to fit in with new Defensive Co-Ordinator Monte Kiffin's 4-3 scheme. Dallas could also use an upgrade at Safety which could mean that Kenny Vaccaro ( Texas ) could be taken at # 18. One final option is trading down and picking up some extra picks or hope that some team might want a certain player so badly at the #18 spot that they offer Dallas their top pick in next year's draft.



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