Drafiting Wrs

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    Drafiting Wrs

    Everyone knows bb failures to target a good WR for this team, but this time we have Josh Mcdaniels who had sucess drafting Wrs in Denver, like Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker, maybe he could help bb this year and target one or two good Wrs, what do u think?

     
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    I think they need to channel George Costanza from Seinfeld's "The Opposite" episode, where he goes against every logical instinct he has and does the exact opposite.

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKUvKE3bQlY

     

     

     
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    We haven't drafted a WR higher than round three since Chad Jackson. That was what, six or seven years ago? I think it's time to give it another shot.

     
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    In response to magicalhobo's comment:

    We haven't drafted a WR higher than round three since Chad Jackson. That was what, six or seven years ago? I think it's time to give it another shot.



    +1

     
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    I hope there are no 5'9" injury prone, projected late round, WR available when it's time for our first pick.

     
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    I have no idea which round they draft a WR,but I'm just guessing he will be a guy who doesn't need a step ladder to high five the QB. All of the kids from Tennessee have serious skills. Patterson would be a great get but I'm guessing he's off the board as the first WR taken probably top ten pick. Hunter will fall to the bottom of the first round to the top of the second round area and even though D. Rogers finished his career at Tennessee Tech he to was a WR at UT. So all three of these guys would be OK with me. However if BB does decide to draft a receiver in the first round then to get an accurate idea of whom it might be then just check the combine numbers for their 3 cone drills.

     
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    I have no idea which round they draft a WR,but I'm just guessing he will be a guy who doesn't need a step ladder to high five the QB. All of the kids from Tennessee have serious skills. Patterson would be a great get but I'm guessing he's off the board as the first WR taken probably top ten pick. Hunter will fall to the bottom of the first round to the top of the second round area and even though D. Rogers finished his career at Tennessee Tech he to was a WR at UT. So all three of these guys would be OK with me. However if BB does decide to draft a receiver in the first round then to get an accurate idea of whom it might be then just check the combine numbers for their 3 cone drills.

     

    hey sports,

    patterson will be long gone

    we need a pass rusher which means our first pick unless we trade into top rd 2 for carradine maybe (though hes rising everyday now) or okafor mid rd 2.

    hopkins my first pref will be gone by at least 30, so if we had any chance wed have to take him with 29. if we had a top 2nd pick we could do that and get a pss rusher, otherwise its stay with de for me. no pas rush no sb imo.

    i think rogers is the 3 cone king, but i like him despite that. ( bb tends to choose cbs ad wrs with best 3 cone over actual footbal talent).

    hopkins, rogers, hunter, dobson, woods, williams, harper, stills in that order.

    bailey too small for my preference.

     
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    The tangibles of Mark Harrison are hard to ignore.....

    The Rutgers connection is also too tasty to ignore as well...........

     
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    In response to sportsbozo1's comment:

    I have no idea which round they draft a WR,but I'm just guessing he will be a guy who doesn't need a step ladder to high five the QB. All of the kids from Tennessee have serious skills. Patterson would be a great get but I'm guessing he's off the board as the first WR taken probably top ten pick. Hunter will fall to the bottom of the first round to the top of the second round area and even though D. Rogers finished his career at Tennessee Tech he to was a WR at UT. So all three of these guys would be OK with me. However if BB does decide to draft a receiver in the first round then to get an accurate idea of whom it might be then just check the combine numbers for their 3 cone drills.




    There have been reports that Rogers acted like a tool at Tennessee Tech too, but I agree all three of those Tennesseee guys are pretty talented. The guy throwing them the ball was pretty talented too.

     
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    In response to PATSchampsSB's comment:

    Everyone knows bb failures to target a good WR for this team, but this time we have Josh Mcdaniels who had sucess drafting Wrs in Denver, like Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker, maybe he could help bb this year and target one or two good Wrs, what do u think?




    Ya, who can look at this list and NOT shake their head?

    Patriots receivers drafted in the Belichick era (2000-present): Deion Branch (second, 2002), David Givens (second, 2002), Bethel Johnson (second, 2003), P.K. Sam (fifth, 2004), Chad Jackson (second, 2006), Brandon Tate (third, 2009), Julian Edelman (seventh, 2009), Taylor Price (third, 2010), Jeremy Ebert (seventh, 2012).

     
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