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Those would be some incredibly sexy additions. Ferguson or Mangold would be nice from the Jets too, but I'd rather take Jake Long from Miami and swipe the best corner in football away from our rival. Spiller would be a sweet addition as a home run threat that we need.
New York Giants- CB Terrell Thomas
Dallas Cowboys- CB Mike Jenkins. I'm only taking him ahead of DeMarcus Ware because Washington doesn't have any corners that I would take.
Washington Redskins- DE/LB Brian Orakpo
St. Louis Rams - WR/RS - Marshawn Gilyard - His abilities as a receiver, I feel, would fit perfectly amongst Crabtree, Morgan, and Ginn. The team cannot have enough able bodies to return kicks/punts and Gilyard has displayed explosive ability in that area. Best case scenario is that Kyle Williams will become this type of player.
Seattle Seahawks - CB - Earl Thomas - I was open about my love for Thomas prior to the 2010 Draft. With that said, I am not upset with what the future safety play may look like in San Francisco with the likes of Dashon Goldson, Taylor Mays, Curtis Taylor, and Reggie Smith. I feel that Thomas could see significant time immediately for the 49ers as a Nickle and Dime DB and I believe he could be an asset to the team at CB. I feel his skill set would translate nicely to CB within the 49ers scheme.
Arizona Cardinals - DE - Darnell Dockett - Although it would involve utilizing Dockett as a 3-4 DE, I believe that he would be a monster at the position. 49er DC Greg Manusky's wish for "mirroring" on the left and right sides of the field would be magnified when pairing Dockett's abilities opposite Justin Smith.
Although it would involve utilizing Dockett as a 3-4 DE, I believe that he would be a monster at the position. .
Dockett is already a 3-4 end.
For the Browns:
Baltimore Ravens: Joe Flacco - As much as I would love to take Ngata here, the Browns are desperate for a QB, and I'm a big Flacco fan.
Pittsburgh Steelers: LaMarr Woodley - Beast.
Cincinnati Bengals: Andrew Whitworth - This one was tough. I considered Andre Smith and Peko, but Peko would be in a different defensive scheme, and Smith is unproven at best. Whitworth could jump in at right tackle allowing Pashos to move to right guard, solidifying two positions.
<@JBond> And Dg, you'd waste it on corndogs
<@JBond> So you get no 5 dollars
<+DG> how is buy one get one free wasting?
<+njx9> i'm pretty sure your people still eat boots in north korea, bantx. they don't know what vegetables are.