WR talk.....

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Portland Fanatic, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. Portland Fanatic

    Portland Fanatic Well-Known Member

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    Let's say both Williams and Edwards are off the board when we pick...we make a defensive pick....

    here comes #20:
    Troy Williamson
    Roddy White
    Mark Clayton

    All on the board...do we take one? Or do we wait until our 2nd rd. pic and take one?

    Just thinking here out load here. We need to infuse some young talent at WR...getting a young talent like Troy, Roddy, or Mark certainly fill that need.

    Personally, I'm thinking all defense with the top 3 picks...Spears, Merriman, and Hawthorne would make me jump for joy! However, if we landed one of these guys I'd be fine with it as well.

    Which guy do you like? AND at #20 or #42?
  2. Rack Bauer

    Rack Bauer Federal Agent

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    Best player available. If it's a defensive player we take a defensive player. We don't HAVE to have a WR in the first round. If one those WRs are the best available I'd probably go with Williamson.
  3. ghst187

    ghst187 Well-Known Member

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    We take Spears, Marlin Jackson, Carlos Rogers, Hawthorne, Justin Miller, Merriman, or if they are all gone we trade down a few spots.
    One of those WRs will probably be available in round 2, if not, no big loss although I do like Clayton quite a bit. Other than Mike Williams, no WR really jumps out at me as a difference maker from this draft.
  4. bennihanna666

    bennihanna666 New Member

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    we take williamson and don't think about anything else. if he's gone than we try to trade down or we go for the best player at our top 3 position needs. I wouldn't mind seeing us take Charlie frye.
  5. k19

    k19 Active Member

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    I'd love to see our first 2 picks go to the front 7 and let the chips fall where they may from there. I can't argue with the BPA mentality but I would like to see us get bigger and better up front first
  6. Outlaw Heroes

    Outlaw Heroes Well-Known Member

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    I look at Clayton and see Marvin Harrison. Any doubt as to which of those receivers I would prefer? I think the Cowboys would have to give this guy a serious look at #20. It will all depend, of course, on who's still on the board.
  7. Duane

    Duane Well-Known Member

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    The more I read about Clayton, the more I like. The only knock I've heard of is size.

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