One player In The Draft To Make the Biggest Difference to Help Win The Super. What Position AND WHAT PLAYER

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    In Response to Re: One player In The Draft To Make the Biggest Difference to Help Win The Super. What Position AND WHAT PLAYER : bredbru, it's a fair question, but I don't follow college football closely enough to really make an informed judgment about who we should pick.  I know the needs, but I don''t know how to fill them.  Wish I did--but there's only so much time I can devote to watching sports on TV, and Saturdays in the fall are my hunting days . . . 
    Posted by prolate0spheroid

    hey pro,
      i totally get that. the same is true for me. i dont have the hours and hours the draftniks here do to watch and rewatch games and to go over film of players (half the games i see are on teh wall at the gym during a workout; ie catching plays between sets on saturdays).

    you can catch a lot from podcasts, draft shows and writing on the net (which i do some of).

     
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    In Response to Re: One player In The Draft To Make the Biggest Difference to Help Win The Super. What Position AND WHAT PLAYER : hey pro,   i totally get that. the same is true for me. i dont have the hours and hours the draftniks here do to watch and rewatch games and to go over film of players (half the games i see are on teh wall at the gym during a workout; ie catching plays between sets on saturdays). you can catch a lot from podcasts, draft shows and writing on the net (which i do some of).
    Posted by bredbru

    Honestly, I wait till the draft, then read the scouting reports on the people we actually picked . . . it saves a lot of time reading stuff about guys we'll never pick Smile


    Plus it means I have time to go fishing in the spring  . . . (which balances the hunting in the fall nicely . . .)

     





     
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    In Response to Re: One player In The Draft To Make the Biggest Difference to Help Win The Super. What Position AND WHAT PLAYER : who are the players for what you sugggest. who would be the players also if you went along wtih my premise?
    Posted by bredbru



    The only safety I see BB moving up for is Barron, but he won't be in a favorable drafting spot for BB. He won't draft twice in the first round, he'll most likely keep #27 and trade #31 or vise-versa. If he keeps #27 I would like him to draft Nick Perry or Andre Branch both can be there at #31 too. If he trades #27 then I'll like to go with a DT either Devon Still/Jarel Worthy/Kendall Reyes at #31. Now if he keeps both first rounders then I'll go with Nick Perry and Whitney Mercilus Respectively. At #48 I pick my DT Jarel Worthy/Devon Stiil/Derek Wolfe. There I have my two pass-rusher a solid DT that can be paired with Wilfork thus providing the inside pressure that this D needs. With the #63 I'll draft my CB Brandon Boykin/Casey Hayward/Trumaine Johnson/Josh Robinson/Alfonzo Dennard, these are solid CB's My choice would be Josh Robinson/Trumaine Johnson and if we're lucky enough Janoris Jenkins Falls to us here at 63. Then At 93 I'll go with my Kick returner in Chris Rainey, and #126 I'll pick my project WR Tommy Streeter.

    So This is how my Mock will look if we draft all of our 6 picks, Keep in mind that I didn't take a safety because I think BB will go with what he has.

    #27 Nick Perry
    #31 Whitney Mercilus
    #48 Devon Still
    #63 Janoris Jenkins
    #93 Chris Rainey
    #126 Tommy Streeter
     
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    In Response to Re: One player In The Draft To Make the Biggest Difference to Help Win The Super. What Position AND WHAT PLAYER : The only safety I see BB moving up for is Barron, but he won't be in a favorable drafting spot for BB. He won't draft twice in the first round, he'll most likely keep #27 and trade #31 or vise-versa. If he keeps #27 I would like him to draft Nick Perry or Andre Branch both can be there at #31 too. If he trades #27 then I'll like to go with a DT either Devon Still/Jarel Worthy/Kendall Reyes at #31. Now if he keeps both first rounders then I'll go with Nick Perry and Whitney Mercilus Respectively. At #48 I pick my DT Jarel Worthy/Devon Stiil/Derek Wolfe. There I have my two pass-rusher a solid DT that can be paired with Wilfork thus providing the inside pressure that this D needs. With the #63 I'll draft my CB Brandon Boykin/Casey Hayward/Trumaine Johnson/Josh Robinson/Alfonzo Dennard, these are solid CB's My choice would be Josh Robinson/Trumaine Johnson and if we're lucky enough Janoris Jenkins Falls to us here at 63. Then At 93 I'll go with my Kick returner in Chris Rainey, and #126 I'll pick my project WR Tommy Streeter. So This is how my Mock will look if we draft all of our 6 picks, Keep in mind that I didn't take a safety because I think BB will go with what he has. #27 Nick Perry #31 Whitney Mercilus #48 Devon Still #63 Janoris Jenkins #93 Chris Rainey #126 Tommy Streeter
    Posted by leonardo0110


    nice to see your picks leo.
    curious why ou think still falls that far
    mercilus is a possible stud pass rusher
    perry has a chance to eb a player
    rainey is just fast
    what is your eval of streeter.
       seems like a risk to be anything, but some possible upside
     
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     An elite back that can rush for 1.500 yards or more would definitely put them over the top, the passing game would be that much better too as teams would have to account for the running threat.  That said I would like to see a dominating nasty defensive player that creates turnovers, makes sacks, and comes up with the game changing plays at key moments of the game. Guys like that are contagious and make  everyone around them better. Ray Lewis used to take over games earlier in his career, he brought toughness to that defense, same thing for LT. A defensive lineman or a DB can also be game changers. The defensive beast is the guy that I'd like to see the Patriots get.
    Posted by 15315k


    nice post.
    got a guy in mind?
     
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    Trent Richardson hands down!
    Posted by skorpion76


    I agree 100%! I think if we had this guy during the Super Bowl we win that game. We wouldn't of had to just drop back to pass and put Brady against a defensive line that can get after you. I remember Green Ellis getting absolutely crushed on several of his runs (which resulted as little or no gain, that just killed those drives). Richardson would of opened up an entire different avenue for us to move the ball and limit their pass rush. 

    I would rather have a dominant defensive lineman if there was that one guy (Suh like) available in this year's draft, but there doesn't seem to be one right now. I'm sure there'll be plenty of defensive players that develop into something, but right now it looks like a lot of guys evenly rated with potential.
     
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