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NFL Draft 2016 |OT| Where One Gasmask Can Change a Career

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Frozenprince

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Kelvin Taylor, Keith Marshall and Peyton Barber are still out there.

Marshall has the highest upside, but his right leg has taken a ton of damage.

Taylor would be dependable, but not spectacular.

Tough to get a good read on Barber because he left school early.

Keith Marshall could be a really special RB.

But his leg is shot.
 

DMczaf

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Vitale got drafted?

What?

 

Duxxy3

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Keith Marshall could be a really special RB.

But his leg is shot.

I think it's worth taking one of these late picks on him. He is by far the fastest RB in the draft. Solid back. Might even have some receiving ability. Special teams potential.

But that leg... there probably isn't much left of it at this point. At least you would think so anyhow.
 

Frozenprince

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I think it's worth taking one of these late picks on him. He is by far the fastest RB in the draft. Solid back. Might even have some receiving ability. Special teams potential.

But that leg... there probably isn't much left of it at this point. At least you would think so anyhow.

I just can't buy in, he couldn't even break the top-5 RB chart at Georgia at the end his leg was so damaged.
 

BlackGhost

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Alright I've decided this year. NFL Network coverage as a whole > ESPN

Still Might watch future ESPN day ones for Gruden
 

Kastrioti

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too easy?

Actually the add some muscle/weight is what I heard from Mike Mayock or another analyst on NFLN and then looked at pics and immediately agreed.

The learn from behind the best was intentional and serious.

Lions drafted Anthony Zettel from Penn State.

NFL Network has him listed as a DE, PrideofDetroit has him listed as a DT.

http://www.prideofdetroit.com/2016/...-lions-nab-dt-anthony-zettel-at-202nd-overall

Looks like a Defensive End to me.

Sashi Brown (GM, Browns) is on ESPN live right now and talking about Corey Coleman.
 

BlackGhost

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Sashi on ESPN. When they said moneyball to intro him I know he internally shaked his head

Omg Browns must Wrs taken since 1996 I think they said in a draft :")
 

Frozenprince

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JEFF DRISKEL GOT DRAFTED LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

The fucktard should have just stopped and gone to play baseball years ago.
 

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I do not like the Rudock pick.

At least we have his center so that will help him a bit, but I expect nothing from him as a back-up.
 

Frozenprince

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He was worse than Reggie Ball.

Seriously how are guys like Stave and Vernon Adams still there and Driskel gets picked in the 6th freaking round.
 

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So Dolphins have traded both Jamar Taylor and Will Davis 2nd and 3rd round CBs from 2013, both for 7th rounders.

Edit: Actually they just exchanged 7s for Taylor.
 

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I don't know a damn thing about this safety/linebacker the Patriots just drafted, Kamu Grugier-Hill, but seeing this made me more excited about the pick.

Text from a scout after the Patriots selected Kamu Grugier-Hill 208th overall: "Seattle is probably furious. High SPARQ guy."
 

Kastrioti

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HOLY SHIT SOMEONE ACTUALLY DRAFTED DRISKEL?

LMAO

Legitimately the worst QB I have ever watched play.

Worse than Hackenberg?

1967..

The saints took one more I believe..

The Draft then had 17 rounds

I could've sworn I heard 1976...could be wrong. And it was the Saints.

But yeah, Browns have drafted more WRs than any team since 1980 at least.
 

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The Browns are basically treating the WR position like a collateralized debt obligation. They are taking a bunch of highly unlikely to succeed players, pooling them together, thinking that they represent likely 1 good player, collectively.

But sometimes all the home loans go bust, and other times the WRs don't get enough reps, or are shut down by just two corners on the other side
 
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Worse than Hackenberg?



I could've sworn I heard 1976...could be wrong. And it was the Saints.

But yeah, Browns have drafted more WRs than any team since 1980 at least.
It might have been 76 and I mixed up the last two numbers.

And.. If It's pretty close between the two of them.
 

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I'm now convinced that the Patriots forgot that running back is still a position in the NFL.
 

Duxxy3

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Aside from the 2nd round and 4th round picks, this is the worst Patriots draft I have ever witnessed. Bill's head is planted firmly in his ass.

But hey, at least he has Tom Brady.
 
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