Mayock's position-by-position rankings

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by HardHittingRoy31, Apr 9, 2007.

  1. HardHittingRoy31

    HardHittingRoy31 New Member

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    Ross or Griffen make the most sense. It is much harder to find a good corner than it is to find a WR. Plus,Newman,is going into his last year of his contract and Glenn is on his last leg,so to speak.
  2. randy932

    randy932 Active Member

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    Uhmm, in my opinion, it is beyond dumb to draft a punt returner with a first round pick. As a WR, he has bust written all over him. We need to use the first round pick on a quality player, not return man.
  3. aikemirv

    aikemirv Well-Known Member

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    I think Ginn is most comparable to Santana Moss. Therefore , if his injuries check out I would have no problem taking him at 22 and get the ball in his hands as many times as possible. KR, PR, WR screens, Out of the backfield, I don't care get the guy in open space.
  4. ConcordCowboy

    ConcordCowboy Mr. Buckeye

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    Someone obviously hasn't watched Ginn if he thinks he's Alexander Wright reborn.:rolleyes:
  5. Tristan

    Tristan Well-Known Member

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    Actually I agreed with another posted who stated that it was beyond ignorant to compare Ginn to Wright.

    Your right I do not know you, so I base my opinion on what you've said.

    And in my opinion, if you think that Ginn is an Alexander Wright type player, then you haven't watched Ginn play, at least not much. My comment about "idiots" was broad based.

    If you have watched Ginn extensively, and you think that he is an Alexander Wright, then IMO you have either very bad eyes, or very, very low football I.Q.

    I'm not saying you have to like the guy to be smart, I'm just saying that I don't see how anybody who actually watched Tedd Ginn Jr. play, alot, could not have seen that he already is a heck of a WR, and a very talented and versital football player.

    I've seen him catch every type of pass in the book, short, long, middle, tough, easy. The guy is as natural a young WR as there is. If you have concerns about his size/durability, ability to beat press coverage, fine.

    But to compare a guy who is one of the most dynamic football players to ever play college football, who has been extremely productive for three years as a WR for one of the top teams in the country to Alexander Wright, is, well, ignorant IMO.
  6. Jake0

    Jake0 Active Member

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    So now people have moved from the Dante Hall comparisons to Alexander Wright comparisons? LOL, that is all.
  7. randy932

    randy932 Active Member

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    I am not talking about what he has done in college. As everyone knows, that has little bearing to being a good player in the pros. In the pros, he will be a good return man, that is all. My opinion and I am sticking to it. If proven wrong, I will happily admit I am wrong, but I don't think it will be necessary. I sure as heck don't want the Cowboys to use a first round pick on him. No way.
  8. DallasEast

    DallasEast Cowboys 24/7/365 Staff Member

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