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Old 04-21-2009, 09:00 PM   #31
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lets go shark...???
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Old 04-21-2009, 09:06 PM   #32
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lets go shark...???


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Old 04-21-2009, 10:08 PM   #33
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damn troy P went this early?
Best safety... Maybe the biggest impact defensive player in the L.
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Old 04-21-2009, 10:14 PM   #34
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Best safety... Maybe the biggest impact defensive player in the L.

Troy P going so early was the reason I had to take Ed Reed.

My defense has to have one of those guys.
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Old 04-21-2009, 10:38 PM   #35
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I'm sorry but Reed/Troy P/Nnamdi are horrible picks in the 1st round.
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Old 04-21-2009, 10:49 PM   #36
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I'm sorry but Reed/Troy P/Nnamdi are horrible picks in the 1st round.

It was a pure strategy pick... pure strategy.

based on need and value.

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Old 04-21-2009, 10:49 PM   #37
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I'm sorry but you're a ****in tard if you think Nnamdi isn't worth a first round selection. He's the unquestioned best player at a position that's VERY important.
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I'm sorry but you're a ****in tard if you think Nnamdi isn't worth a first round selection. He's the unquestioned best player at a position that's VERY important.
I'm sorry but you are a moronic piece of **** if you think Nnamdi is more important than superstar quarterbacks that lead there teams. Cornerback is not a top 5 position when it comes to importance to a team. Do not even try to argue. You have exposed yourself as a casual NFL fan that knows NOTHING. **** outta here.
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Is Ed Reed not the best FREE saftey in the league... the dude had 9 INTs last year... 3 TDs... and 16 pass deflections.

You pretty much need to watch out for Ed Reed when you decide to pass.
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Old 04-21-2009, 10:57 PM   #40
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I'm sorry but you are a moronic piece of **** if you think Nnamdi is more important than superstar quarterbacks that lead there teams. Cornerback is not a top 5 position when it comes to importance to a team. Do not even try to argue. You have exposed yourself as a casual NFL fan that knows NOTHING. **** outta here.
It's not worth taking a QB in the first round after Manning and Brady. He might have gone a bit early ,but Nnamdi is first round material.
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I'm sorry but you are a moronic piece of **** if you think Nnamdi is more important than superstar quarterbacks that lead there teams. Cornerback is not a top 5 position when it comes to importance to a team. Do not even try to argue. You have exposed yourself as a casual NFL fan that knows NOTHING. **** outta here.
I'm sorry, but there is a huge gap between Brady and Manning and the next best QBs in the league. With those guys off of the board, getting an impact defensive player became the best move for me.
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Is Ed Reed not the best FREE saftey in the league... the dude had 9 INTs last year... 3 TDs... and 16 pass deflections.

You pretty much need to watch out for Ed Reed when you decide to pass.
Free safety. Nuff said. Reed is sick but he isnt a QB, he isnt a OT or DE, he isnt a RB. He is a ****ing FS.
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It's not worth taking a QB in the first round after Manning and Brady. He might have gone a bit early ,but Nnamdi is first round material.
Yah I would agree. I really just meant that Nnamdi shouldnt have went so high. He sure as hell didnt warrent a pick over Manning.
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Old 04-21-2009, 11:00 PM   #44
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I'm sorry, but there is a huge gap between Brady and Manning and the next best QBs in the league. With those guys off of the board, getting an impact defensive player became the best move for me.
Then you should have went DE or MLB if you wanted to go defense. (Nnamdi was gone)
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Statman you need to shut the **** up.

CB is easily one of the top five most important positions. Remember when Portis was traded for Bailey? EVERYONE thought (and they were right) when they said the Redskins were stupid for trading away probably the best corner for a RB.

QB, MLB, LT (or RT if you got a lefty,) CB & dominant pass rusher are the five most important things to have. If you got a guy who only gets thrown at less than two times per game at CB? That's first round material. You don't find players like that.

I'm not going to end with a personal remark. I think your opinon that Nnamdi isn't worth a first round pick speaks for itself.
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