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    NFL draft pick your player first round

    Chiefs..... Berry
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_r8q8aYIyFc]YouTube - Eric Berry Highlights - The Incredible One[/ame]



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    Question Re: NFL draft pcik your player first round

    Packers - If one of the top four offensive tackles "falls" to them at #23, I think they pull the trigger there. That'd apparently be Okung, Bulaga, Trent Williams and the Rutgers kid. Some think they'd draft the OT from Maryland, workout warrior Bruce Campbell; not me. I think they'll go for instant impact with either Sergio Kindle (Rush OL to pair with Clay Matthews, Jr) or Taylor Mays (safety to pair with Nick Collins). Of course with Ted Thompson, you never have any idea - he'll probably trade down and take players I've never heard of in the second round. If so, I'll not complain; Nick Collins (Bethune-Cookman) and Greg Jennings (Western Michigan) have worked out well for us!


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    Re: NFL draft pcik your player first round

    the packers need help at corner immediately. i dont know why everyones telling them to take a OL in the first round. we have clifton and tausher for the next couple years and plenty of talent they can build to take their place, but Al Harris and Woodson are aging, Harris is always injured and they need a CB of the future to coach up before they have to throw them into the lineup.



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    Re: NFL draft pcik your player first round

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave19642006 View Post
    Yeah if Berry is there at 5 chiefs can't pass him up even in Okung from OKie St. is there. Berry is too close to an Ed Reed type of player to pass up.


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    Re: NFL draft pcik your player first round

    Cowboys - Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland.......kid had a good combine and the Boys just cut Flozelle "the hotel" Adams. Just not sure he falls all the way to the 27th pick???



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    Re: NFL draft pcik your player first round

    It's looking more and more like the Chiefs are going to address their OL needs through free agency. I think Berry would be the the logical cant miss type pick. I hope they sign Flozell Adams for immediate help on the line.



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    Re: NFL draft pcik your player first round

    Quote Originally Posted by flander1649 View Post
    Yeah if Berry is there at 5 chiefs can't pass him up even in Okung from OKie St. is there. Berry is too close to an Ed Reed type of player to pass up.
    Teams generally don't draft safties that high in the draft, though. (unless they're Washington) It's hard to justify the salary that a top 5 draft pick commands.

    I don't see K.C. going any other way but OT. They have a ton of money invested in Matt Cassell, and the best way to protect that investment is to make sure he stays upright. Let's say they get a guy like Bulaga or Okung, move Albert back to guard, and all of a sudden the left side of their line is set for the next 10 years. Matt Cassell benefits. Jamaal Charles benefits. Dwayne Bowe benefits.

    Berry could end up being a stud, but the smart move for K.C. is to take a tackle.


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    Re: NFL draft pcik your player first round

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    Re: NFL draft pcik your player first round

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    Teams generally don't draft safties that high in the draft, though. (unless they're Washington) It's hard to justify the salary that a top 5 draft pick commands.

    I don't see K.C. going any other way but OT. They have a ton of money invested in Matt Cassell, and the best way to protect that investment is to make sure he stays upright. Let's say they get a guy like Bulaga or Okung, move Albert back to guard, and all of a sudden the left side of their line is set for the next 10 years. Matt Cassell benefits. Jamaal Charles benefits. Dwayne Bowe benefits.

    Berry could end up being a stud, but the smart move for K.C. is to take a tackle.
    Albert is not going to gaurd. They have already signed players to fill up the middle. So he is either the left or right tackle depending on what they do in the draft.



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    Re: NFL draft pcik your player first round

    What if my team doesn't have a first round pick? Should I just skip to who I think they'll take in the second round?

    Oh wait, the Bears don't have a second round pick either.




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    Re: NFL draft pcik your player first round

    3) Tampa Bay- Dram Come true if Suh is left at 3, but if not which is likely then I would love Gerald McCoy. Berry would be great too.



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    Re: NFL draft pcik your player first round

    Quote Originally Posted by deadeyededric View Post
    Albert is not going to gaurd. They have already signed players to fill up the middle. So he is either the left or right tackle depending on what they do in the draft.
    Ok, so he moves to right tackle, then. Either way, with addition of a good left tackle, the Chiefs have the components for a nice offense this year.


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    Re: NFL draft pcik your player first round

    Raiders- Tim Tebow. It's not what they need, or not the best available at that time, but you know Al Davis will screw this up, again. (See any draft since 2003)



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    Bucs... Suh


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    Re: NFL draft pcik your player first round

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    Ok, so he moves to right tackle, then. Either way, with addition of a good left tackle, the Chiefs have the components for a nice offense this year.
    I agree. DBowe has to stay out of trouble though.



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