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History of the #30 pick

Im going back ten years just to see what kind of hits and misses there was for this pick.


2001 Colts WR Reggie Wayne -Good pick
2002 Steelers G Kendall Simmons - Bust
2003 Chargers CB Sammy Davis - Bust
2004 Lions RB Kevin Jones - Bust
2005 Steelers TE Heath Miller - Good pick
2006 Colts RB Joseph Addai - Good pick
2007 Chargers WR Craig Davis - Bust
2008 Jets TE Justin Keller - Good Pick
2009 Titans WR Kenny Britt - Good pick
2010 Lions RB Javid Best - TBD but its looking like a bust
2011 Jet DE Muhammed Wilkerson - TBD


Looks like the odds are about 50/50 on this pick in the last ten years.
Good Post sus!

Interestingly, a TE, WR, or RB seems very common at this pick which bodes well for us!
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Good Post sus!

Interestingly, a TE, WR, or RB seems very common at this pick which bodes well for us!
Thanks

Yah I also noticed that, I'd be shocked if we didnt draft one of those positions.
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Good Post sus!

Interestingly, a TE, WR, or RB seems very common at this pick which bodes well for us!

Agreed. Very interesting. Crossing my fingers for the next Reggie Wayne to be there at #30!
Very intteresting annd good post.

A 50-50 crap shoot.

What stood out to me was nobody traded back.
I'll take Kenny britt please thank you
some good WR with that spot with wayne and britt

hopefully we get a WR with that impact level
Wilkerson had a very good year with the Jets
nice
[ Edited by Young2Rice on Apr 23, 2012 at 6:30 PM ]
I still, to this day, do not get the Buster Davis pick. Talk about a reach...
Sooooooo, what you're saying is TE has a 100% success rate at #30?

Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
Very intteresting annd good post.

A 50-50 crap shoot.

What stood out to me was nobody traded back.

Didn't the Lions trade to get to Jahvid Best? NFI who they traded with. Don't really care.
Traded with the Vikings.
The Lions are responsible for a bust and a TBD. Thats not counting Joey Harrington, Mike Williams, I forgot the other wide receivers name that they drafted really high and ended up on the Cowboys. The Chargers had two bust and the Colts, conversely, had two good picks. I think the organization has something to do with it.

Still, this is really interesting.
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Originally posted by oregonniner:
The Lions are responsible for a bust and a TBD. Thats not counting Joey Harrington, Mike Williams, I forgot the other wide receivers name that they drafted really high and ended up on the Cowboys. The Chargers had two bust and the Colts, conversely, had two good picks. I think the organization has something to do with it.

Still, this is really interesting.

The dude you're probably thinking of is Roy Williams out of Texas who ended up on the Cowgirls. I agree, the organization has to be taken into account.