Originally posted by KRS-1:Originally posted by jreff22:Originally posted by KRS-1:Originally posted by ninertico:Originally posted by jreff22:Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Suh easily. They can't afford not to. I think one of the "top" QBs will fall to the 2nd for them. Just look at the list. They might even get a guy by the third. See below:
1st-3rd round rated QBs:
Sam Bradford-1st round
Jimmy Clausen-1st round
Colt McCoy-Mid 2nd round
Tim Tebow-1st round (yes i know)
At least one of these will last to the third. Rams will take Suh.
Do you really trust Snead or Pike? I'm still betting on Bradford #1 overall. Once the combine starts up and he starts impressing people again, his name will sound a lot more attractive.
Isn't this the kid with shoulder problems like Alex Smith who he talked to over the season? Durability issues? I think so. I believe it will be similar to Crabtree if Bradford still smarts.
Also, doesn't Clausen also have some concerns? Question marks over to as close to a sure thing as possible?
Nope, it will be Suh.
You know, I do hope they draft Clausen or Bradford as it will take some time for them to develop and Suh will be in the NFC North with Detroit.
Eh, I should be cheering for Clausen or Bradford. I just feel like it will be Suh like OTC.
The more I think about it, the more I think Clausen or Bradford could be the pick via trade down with Tampa who hold 2 second rounders. Tampa would love to have Suh (consolation prize for losing out on the Haynesworth sweepstakes) and it's only chance would be by leapfrogging Detroit. St.Louis would then have 3 first day picks, which could be a big help towards filling the multiple holes they have.
The jump from #3 to #1 isn't that much:
Are you referring to both round 1 and 2 as first day picks....? The schedule is different now, so I'm trying to clarify.
Yes and Tampa owns 3, 35 (worth 550 pints) & 42 (worth 480 points). Thus why I see it as a very realistic scenario and beneficial to both teams. Tampa would have to give up 3, one of the 2nds and something else (possibly a 2011 3rd round pick?)
I could happen, but trading up for #1 is rare. I don't think there have been many trades like that or am I wrong?
If both Clausen and Bradford workout well and the injury concerns are minimized, sure their stock goes up. Is it enough though? We will see how this progresses.