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Old 03-01-2012, 05:55 PM    (permalink
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The Saints learned that lesson last year with Ingram. He didn't do schit for them and their offense was still awesome. Why they wasted such a high pick on him I will never know.
and people called me crazy for saying exactly that a year ago (also think ingram was a terrible fit for the offense, which made it worse)

If you have an elite QB receiving backs who can run a bit but are deadly in open space and know how to block are way more valuable than so called feature backs.
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double post i know, but id be very very bummed if jonas gray went undrafted
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Old 03-01-2012, 06:24 PM    (permalink
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What is this nonsense?
Ted Thompson has come out publicly and said he has a height requirement for every position, and in the four drafts he ran for the Seahawks and the seven drafts he ran for the Packers he has only ever drafted one player who was shorter than 5'10" (Brandon Jackson who is 5'9 7/8", which is darn near 5'10".) By now, it is very, very unlikely that this is an accident.

Martin, at 5'9 1/8" is at least 6/8" too short for the Packers to consider drafting him. Anyway, when a guy has publicly come out and said he has a height requirement across all positions, I wouldn't project him drafting a player shorter than anybody else he has drafted.

Anyway, for the few times the Packers care to run the ball, James Starks, Alex Green, and some late round guy/undrafted FA/Brandon Saine will be enough.

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