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WR's Greg Childs or Ryan Broyles

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by a_minimalist, Apr 4, 2012.

  1. a_minimalist

    a_minimalist Well-Known Member

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  2. a_minimalist

    a_minimalist Well-Known Member

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    not to mention he has sticky fingers and--at least what I consider one of the most important qualities of a WR--he attacks the ball.
  3. RS12

    RS12 Well-Known Member

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    Draft is loaded with WRs round 3-5. Would rather Brian Quick Appilachian St. More typical size/speed guy they like.
  4. Doomsday101

    Doomsday101 Well-Known Member

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    My book Broyles he has 3 years of over 1,000 yards and 45 TD receptions. He makes the catches and has a nose for the endzone
  5. cowboysooner

    cowboysooner Well-Known Member

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    For the Cowboys I'd rather have a slot guy in the mold of a Welker, Amendola, Cruz, Bess, NYG's Steve Smith.

    Childs duplicates what Miles and Dez do well, but Romo has never had a guy in the slot that just gets open and makes it easy for Romo. The good slot guy is a big secret behind the efficiency and 3rd down success of the Patriots, Colts, Giants, Packers, Saints. Slot guys have a big impact on those offenses for how lowly you can draft them. It is probably the biggest bang for you buck going.
  6. a_minimalist

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  7. mensaone

    mensaone Benched

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    why waste a pick on a WR when there are becoming like RB's a dime a dozen

    Nathan Palmer, WR, (5-11, 192) NIU — Palmer ran the 40-yard dash in 4.34 seconds with the wind at his back, and clocked in at 4.43 seconds running into it. He registered a 37-inch vertical, 10-foot-5 broad jump, a 4.25-second short shuttle and a 6.92-second three-cone. He has 33-inch-long arms and did 13 strength lifts. He had an excellent, drop-free workout. He’s likely a seventh-round pick or priority free agent.

    Jeremy Ebert, WR, Northwestern - Speed - 40-yard dash 4.38 - He can take a short pass and make big gains with his athletic ability and speed. Ebert owns a team-leading 71 catches for 1,025 yards and 11 touchdown receptions

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