Re: Which back goes where in rd1?
posted at 4/2/2010 3:19 PM EDT
In Response to Which back goes where in rd1?
The way I see it, 6 teams could possibly take a RB in rd1. In rd1 of the draft, who goes where? I have the following taking backs: 5-KC 7-CLE 20-HOU 22-NE 24-PHI 28-SD SPILLER (Clemson), BEST(Cal), GERHART(Stanford),MCCLUSTER(MISS),Scott(LSU), Mathews(Fresno St),Hardesty(TEN),& Ben Tate(Auburn) could all go in rd1. Please assign a back to a team, if you dont think they'll take one, say none. what say there you? KC Spiller CLE Best HOU Scott NE McCluster PHI Hardesty SD Gerhart (he was in SD yesterday) tell me
Posted by jbolted
KC; none. They're set with Thomas. Likely to take and OT like Okung.
CLE; Spiller. They need a RB is he's the cream of the crop.
HOU; Matthews. they want a big back.
Pats; takes Maurkice Pouncey, look for a RB in second round or lower.
PHL; Best. Best available RB. Best is Best.
SD; none. takes the best available DT.
This scenario would work out great for the Pats, leaving Dwyer, Gerhadt and Hardesy still available at #44 unless some team goes against predictions in round 1, which is more likely than not.
Would the Pats use their #44 on a RB? I doubt it. I'd think they're go OLB/DE/TE depending on who's left available at #44 and #47. Could go with #57 one of the three, Dwyer, Gerhart or Hardesy, if any still available here. I think they'd prefer Gerhart, of the three.
I thnk this is one year where BB doesn't trade down and may even trade up, using our 2011 first round picks to get additional firsts and/or seconds in 2010. We just have too many needs this year.
In the above prediction, say we've picked up an OL, RB, OLB and TE with our first four picks. We still desperately need a starting caliber ILB and DE and we're not likely to find starting caliber guys in the 4th, 6th and 7th rounds, which is what we're left with after our first four picks.