2ND ROUND

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    Funny how all the Mallet trade talks have seem to have disappeared.  Can't believe people on here thought the Pats could get a second round pick for the guy.

     




    Are you aware the Jets just picked Geno Smith in the 2nd rd? lol!

     

    What a moronic statement from you, as per usual. Mike Mayock was trying to avoid cutting him on the film they ran for crying out loud!

    The irony is, the best QB prospect backs up Tom Brady and the Jets can't have access to him.

    The rest of the country can't believe the Jets just took Smith in Rd 2, while you "can't believe" a guy who lit up the SEC in a pro style offense and who has been trained by Brady and BB is a worse option than Geno Smith?

    It's called MORON franchises, dude. MORON.




    What the heck are you talking about.  What does the Jets taking Smith have anything to do with Mallet and his worth.  THe best QB prospect???  Are you joking??  He is the best because he sits on the bench and hasnt taken a snap for 2 years?  Talk about a Moron.  Your showing your complete lack of objectivity to think Mallet is the top backup QB.  Laughable.  If he is worth so much how come no one wants him???????

     
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    should have traded up for carraidine. 

    more qbs having 10 seconds to throw. 

    if so, flacco will kill any cbs we have

     
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    check out the alternative trade value chart on nfcwestblog/espn.

     
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    Wow, Car just built a huge anchor on the DL to build a D off of. Short and Star should be a fun combo to watch for years

     
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    Margus Hunt's scouting report....

     

    WEAKNESSES: Highly inconsistent. Has a tendency to make a splashy play and then disappear for long periods of the game. Struggles with pad level and can get blown off the ball against the run because he loses the leverage battle.

     

    Like a lot of taller defensive ends, Hunt is stiff in his upper body and he struggles to re-direct when attempting to break down and tackle agile ball-carriers. Can be eluded and has a tendency to lunge at ball-carriers as a result, leading to some ugly whiffs.

     

    Doesn't get his hands into passing windows as much as he should considering his height and kick-blocking prowess. Has only seven passes defended in 53 games. Inconsistent effort in downfield pursuit.

     
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    Short is gone....hunter too damnit!!!!

     
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    next rtionalization.

    "it wasnt a very good draft anyway."

    carradine at 29

    rogers (or woods)

    charles johson 

    and a cb mixed in would have been a good draft.

    "but we won at getting 4 picks for 1!"

     
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    Inconsistent, bad tackler, plays too high! Why do people want this guy? 

     
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    there goes Rusty's guy

     
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    In response to RidingWithTheKingII's comment:

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    Funny how all the Mallet trade talks have seem to have disappeared.  Can't believe people on here thought the Pats could get a second round pick for the guy.

     




    Are you aware the Jets just picked Geno Smith in the 2nd rd? lol!

     

    What a moronic statement from you, as per usual. Mike Mayock was trying to avoid cutting him on the film they ran for crying out loud!

    The irony is, the best QB prospect backs up Tom Brady and the Jets can't have access to him.

    The rest of the country can't believe the Jets just took Smith in Rd 2, while you "can't believe" a guy who lit up the SEC in a pro style offense and who has been trained by Brady and BB is a worse option than Geno Smith?

    It's called MORON franchises, dude. MORON.

     




    What the heck are you talking about.  What does the Jets taking Smith have anything to do with Mallet and his worth.  THe best QB prospect???  Are you joking??  He is the best because he sits on the bench and hasnt taken a snap for 2 years?  Talk about a Moron.  Your showing your complete lack of objectivity to think Mallet is the top backup QB.  Laughable.  If he is worth so much how come no one wants him???????

     

     



    4 teams inquired.

     

    One moron fraan

    I don't care if he hasn't taken a snap in 2 years. He was proetced in Rd 1 in 2011 before off field issues forced him to drop.

    Mallett's pratice snaps blow any snaps Geno Smith took at WVU last year. lol

    Worst QB class since 1996.

     



    Again with Smith???  My post was about Mallets worth and if the Pats could get a second for him which I found laughable. 

     
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    Some good names still on the board. Hoping it's a front 7 player then WR at #59

     
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    Margus Hunt's scouting report....

     

    WEAKNESSES: Highly inconsistent. Has a tendency to make a splashy play and then disappear for long periods of the game. Struggles with pad level and can get blown off the ball against the run because he loses the leverage battle.

     

    Like a lot of taller defensive ends, Hunt is stiff in his upper body and he struggles to re-direct when attempting to break down and tackle agile ball-carriers. Can be eluded and has a tendency to lunge at ball-carriers as a result, leading to some ugly whiffs.

     

    Doesn't get his hands into passing windows as much as he should considering his height and kick-blocking prowess. Has only seven passes defended in 53 games. Inconsistent effort in downfield pursuit.


    I feel your anxiousness.

     
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    Best available nonqbs are Armstead, Taylor and J. Williams, hbs Micheal and Lacy and HUNT! according to Al Fronczak.

     
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    Margus Hunt's scouting report....

     

    WEAKNESSES: Highly inconsistent. Has a tendency to make a splashy play and then disappear for long periods of the game. Struggles with pad level and can get blown off the ball against the run because he loses the leverage battle.

     

    Like a lot of taller defensive ends, Hunt is stiff in his upper body and he struggles to re-direct when attempting to break down and tackle agile ball-carriers. Can be eluded and has a tendency to lunge at ball-carriers as a result, leading to some ugly whiffs.

     

    Doesn't get his hands into passing windows as much as he should considering his height and kick-blocking prowess. Has only seven passes defended in 53 games. Inconsistent effort in downfield pursuit.




    The rest of that same scouting report:

     

    STRENGTHS: Certainly looks the part. Possesses a long, tapered build with room for additional muscle mass. Boasts a surprisingly quick first step and gains ground efficiently due to his long strides. Closes quickly on the ballcarrier due and can provide a thump on arrival.

     

    Naturally powerful defender who can simply bull-rush his opponent deep into the pocket. Big, strong and reasonably active hands to fight through blockers' attempts at grasping a hold of him. Good hand-eye coordination and times his leaps well to aid in his kick-blocking prowess. Has emerged as a player the offense must account for on virtually every snap and yet remains a better athlete than football player, which speaks to his exciting upside.

     
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    Another team that needs a DT...

     

    Man, BB needs to pick up my boy before someone gets him. 

     
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    Margus Hunt's scouting report....

     

    WEAKNESSES: Highly inconsistent. Has a tendency to make a splashy play and then disappear for long periods of the game. Struggles with pad level and can get blown off the ball against the run because he loses the leverage battle.

     

    Like a lot of taller defensive ends, Hunt is stiff in his upper body and he struggles to re-direct when attempting to break down and tackle agile ball-carriers. Can be eluded and has a tendency to lunge at ball-carriers as a result, leading to some ugly whiffs.

     

    Doesn't get his hands into passing windows as much as he should considering his height and kick-blocking prowess. Has only seven passes defended in 53 games. Inconsistent effort in downfield pursuit.

     




     

    The rest of that same scouting report:

     

    STRENGTHS: Certainly looks the part. Possesses a long, tapered build with room for additional muscle mass. Boasts a surprisingly quick first step and gains ground efficiently due to his long strides. Closes quickly on the ballcarrier due and can provide a thump on arrival.

     

    Naturally powerful defender who can simply bull-rush his opponent deep into the pocket. Big, strong and reasonably active hands to fight through blockers' attempts at grasping a hold of him. Good hand-eye coordination and times his leaps well to aid in his kick-blocking prowess. Has emerged as a player the offense must account for on virtually every snap and yet remains a better athlete than football player, which speaks to his exciting upside.



    Not sure how people miss that last point. Tons of upside and across from Jones should have plenty of single match ups. I see a ton of potential in the kid and think he could be a poormans Watt (not saying hhe's Watt but a poor mans version ie 2/3rds the production)

     

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