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  1. You can get a player in the 5th who can play now, don’t think anyone is saying they expected a day one starter in the 5th. You are the one saying that. Relax, there are many valid points that people are making that do not include the assertion that our 5th round pick will be a day one starter. Now, as for our three 6th round picks, I expect all-pros.
  2. Which is what Spencer Brown was and is why I understood that. I guess I’m the only one who is worried about our interior D Line even if Rousseau and Basham can move around, I’d like a pure DT to go along. And, a CB to develop is nice too. I understand building for the future especially with big contracts coming up sooner than later.
  3. Well, I think adding DL rotation will help more now than an OT who will help in two years. 5th rounders can help now. That’s just my opinion.
  4. One developmental OT I understand. Now it’s two for a “win now” team. We need help now elsewhere (1 Technique DT, a CB2 and a fast WR).
  5. Not going to be absurd and pretend I know anything about him from watching him play at Northern Iowa (not part of my Verizon FIOS package). But, from what I’ve read post-selection and from what the NFLN “analysts” had to say, it seems like a very positive, high ceiling selection. He’s clearly massive, played basketball so he’s athletic to boot and he apparently impressed NFL O Line coaches at the Senior Bowl. Everyone did say he’s a project so as others have noted he is the heir apparent to Daryl Williams (they say he’s a RT). This is another reminder to me that I’ve got to reme
  6. Go back several years before and watch how the Giants beat the Patriots by rotating EXTRA linemen. It’s simple—disrupt the QB by getting pressure on him.
  7. Wanted him as one of the CBs we could take if we traded down and got an extra pick. But, we’ll roll with it. Patience and trust.
  8. Rotating edge rushers is how the Giants beat the Pats. That’s how you generate pressure and beat QBs. Like this instead of settling for a player who is the equal of a dozen others. And, he was mocked to us in the first some mocks back. Ironic. I give them credit for thinking outside the box (i.e., merely “ok” CB, OL will be there in third, raw but fast WR later, camp competition LB’er/ST’er too, etc.),
  9. So was his brother and look how that turned out (and I’m not saying YOU are saying to take him so don’t take it that way).
  10. Get another draft pick there is no player that is head and shoulders above the others right now such that we’ll lose by going down and getting another pick in a draft in which the drop off isn’t too much. People are panicking, relax and play it smart. Beane is smart, it’ll be interesting to see where he goes.
  11. Don’t hate on me but next year’s draft is supposed to be stacked with more players and talent will be evaluated better. Seems like if you trade down, a pick the following year is going to be more valuable.
  12. Trade down. Things didn’t go our way with the CB.
  13. One less 1 Technique DT. That’s what I want with a CB who fits our scheme and has size but needs a year to hone his skills (that’s what Eli and Dane can do—I just hope Dane is gonna be what we all saw flashes of).
  14. Every team in our division is having a draft that’s making me want to vomit and I’m sober. BUT, we are drafting where we are because we were one game from the SB. Would you trade what we’ve built for past few years to feel better about tonight’s draft? Our competition is trying to build what we already have—new culture and solid foundation on both sides of the ball.
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