Re: Draft day 1 not a total disaster
posted at 4/29/2011 9:08 AM EDT
In Response to Re: Draft day 1 not a total disaster
[QUOTE]I just don't know how BB looks at Ingram sitting there and goes ... "He may end up being a 1,500 yard rusher, but I don't think that guy can help us win games. I'd rather have another first round pick to trade away next year." Remember what happened last time Brady had a 1,500 yard rusher, Bill?
Posted by jedinate[/QUOTE]
BJGE 1,008 yards
Woody 547 (5.6 ave)
Only one or two teams use a single back, why spend a 1st rounder on a guy who will carry the ball 10-15 times a game in a draft that's deep with talent?
Sure we need to grab another guy to add youth and depth, maybe a guy for short yardage but you can get those guys into the 3rd to 6th round this season.
Daniel Thomas 6'0" 230 lbs 3rd rnd
Alex Green Hawaii 6'0" 225 3rd rnd
Kendall Hunter Oklahoma State 5'07" 199 (one of my favorite players in the draft) 3rd Rnd
Jordan Todman UConn 5'09" 203 3rd rnd
Bilal Powell Louisville 5'11" 207 4th rnd (I'll bang the table for this guy)
Roy Helu Nebraska 6'0" 219 (4.40 40, but dances too much on the line, reminds me of Moron e) 5th rndStevan Ridley LSU 5'11" 225
5th rnd This is my pick, guy is a load and very good in pass protection. had same 40 time as ingram but a much better 3 cone and shuttle time. His production in 2010 is very good 1,147yrds 15 tds for a team that couldnt throw the ball, Ds stacked the line and he still go his in the SEC.
Anthony Allen Georgia Tech 6'1" 228 reminds me of Blount last year except for all the off field issues. Comes from GT, their O runs that 3 back wishbone type O. he plays where a RB would be (meaning closer to the line) he explodes throw holes and moves the pile.
So I think Ingram although will be an excellent player value compared to what's available was not there.