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  • #31
    Originally posted by zachsaints52 View Post
    1. Gerald McCoy
    2. Kyle Wilson
    Thoughts?
    sounds good to me.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by frubulubu View Post
      I would love this for the Lions, very much. I do hope Wilson is still there by the start of the second round.
      P.I.M.P.

      If you tell me that we got one of Mike Johnson, Jon Asamoah, Dexter McCluster or Montario Hardesty in the third, it will be boner-iffic.
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      • #33
        So let's say hypothetically the Rams go the Bradford route, that would mean both Suh and McCoy are there for the taking, who do we take?

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Addict View Post
          So let's say hypothetically the Rams go the Bradford route, that would mean both Suh and McCoy are there for the taking, who do we take?
          Ahhh ... that question. Very nice for us. If Mayhew is as sharp as he thinks he is (marinate on that) he should be on the horn to trade that sucka #2 pick. (San Francisco, New England, Philadelphia holla!) I mean likely some portion of a deal would be in place pre draft for said QB (like the past few years) & the suspense of who is #1 is gone. Thanks St. Louis ;o) So the trade is already in the works ... we acquire multiple picks & trade back to get an Eric Berry, Joe Haden, CJ Spiller, Anthony Davis, Derrick Morgan, Brian Price etc heck, McCoy might even be there depending on how far we trade back?!

          If St. Louis reveals their hand early, we have so much leverage in this draft.
          Suh-pendus!!! HA!

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Addict View Post
            So let's say hypothetically the Rams go the Bradford route, that would mean both Suh and McCoy are there for the taking, who do we take?
            suh. i like his production, vision, and hands better than mccoy's quickness. i would be open to a trade down if it was fair value and not too far down the board.
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            • #36
              The Suh-clear bomb! RUN to the podium!
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              • #37
                Suh- 55 GP 200 TKL 56 TFL 26.5 sacks
                McCoy- 40 GP 83 TKL 33 TFL 14.5 sacks

                Both are awesome, but Suh is just sick, thus I would go Suh.

                I also would not mind trading down if a good deal came along. Hopefully St. Louis takes Bradford and Seattle really likes Clausen. Washington could pose a threat to Seattle, forcing them to move up. If we could swap picks with Seattle (2 for 6) for their 2nd rounder (pick 40) that would be awesome...

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by cotts1 View Post
                  Suh- 55 GP 200 TKL 56 TFL 26.5 sacks
                  McCoy- 40 GP 83 TKL 33 TFL 14.5 sacks

                  Both are awesome, but Suh is just sick, thus I would go Suh.

                  I also would not mind trading down if a good deal came along. Hopefully St. Louis takes Bradford and Seattle really likes Clausen. Washington could pose a threat to Seattle, forcing them to move up. If we could swap picks with Seattle (2 for 6) for their 2nd rounder (pick 40) that would be awesome...
                  Its a great thing college stats are a direct correlation to pro success.

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                  • #39
                    they both played in the same conference against the exact same competition so these mean a little bit more than average.
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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by DrunkenLament View Post
                      Its a great thing college stats are a direct correlation to pro success.
                      I do think the TFLs and sacks are more important than tackles or INTs, especially from the DT position.

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                      • #41
                        Don't make me throw Tebow's stats up here boys! ;o)

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by DrunkenLament View Post
                          Its a great thing college stats are a direct correlation to pro success.
                          Regardless, 200 tackles from a DT is ridiculous....

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by cotts1 View Post
                            Regardless, 200 tackles from a DT is ridiculous....
                            It really is completely insane, although I do want to say that McCoy's linemates have been better than Suh's. Not to take anything away from Suh's freakishness, but he was one of the few playmaker @ nebraska.

                            Regardless: Suh is creepy good. But saying he's THAT much better than anyone else really isn't fair by McCoy.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by Addict View Post
                              It really is completely insane, although I do want to say that McCoy's linemates have been better than Suh's. Not to take anything away from Suh's freakishness, but he was one of the few playmaker @ nebraska.
                              That just shows his stats were more amazing, when he was double and tripled teamed haha

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by DrunkenLament View Post
                                Its a great thing college stats are a direct correlation to pro success.
                                I think for DT they mean more than say QB. Especially when you add in the factors of the conference he was in, the pressure he faced when being doubled constantly and the fact that his stats are so great for his position. You don't often see that many tackles from a DT. The stats are just a measure of production.

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