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Draft talk with Rob Rang live chat transcript

Post by Eric Williams on April 18, 2013 at 5:35 pm with 10 Comments »
April 18, 2013 7:05 pm

Join us for a live chat with Rob Rang, senior draft analyst for NFLDraftScout.com, at 6 p.m.

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  1. Ramsrule52 says:

    Who is your highest rated receiver their for the Rams at 16 or 22?

  2. bbnate420 says:

    Who cares? The Lambs suck.

  3. Cornelius Washington runs a 4.55 at 265 lbs, seems like a replacment at leo for Clemons. your thoughtd?

  4. chrisj122 says:

    Still pissed about the schedule and the five 10am starts.

    It sure feels like the niners are getting all the NFL love, while the Hawks continually get sharted on!

  5. sluggo42 says:

    We still don’t know how bada$$ our team is really going to be. So if we are at a peak of freakish unstoppable scoring, we might just crush everyone. Then of course the schedule was easy right?

    Mental preparation is what wins the early east coast games. Attitude. Toughness. Determination. Swag, if you will. If Pete gets these guys revved up like I think he will, they will be able to kick tail at 3:00 am.

    We will be the physically superior team, and we will have a huge chip on our shoulder, and we will have the beasts to deliver. At our time of choosing we will exert our firepower upon those who resist in futility. Many teams will give up by halftime.

    This concept of “strength of schedule” will only apply to other teams who are unfortunate enough to have to play us, especially those who play us twice.

    Side note- my rental house burnt down last weekend, and my tenants lost everything. They have marginal insurance so they are not out in the cold.
    If you rent, get good renters insurance
    If you own, get great insurance from a large company.
    Take photos of all your worldly possessions and keep a copy at a relatives house

    I have fantastic insurance so I will have a new house. But what a pain in the rear end.

    This has been a public safety announcement, and I now return you to your normal scheduled programming….

  6. HawkFromDay1 says:

    Man, Sio Moore is getting a lot of love – he’s earned it.

    I really like the other UCONN kid too – Trevardo Williams – slightly better production from a pass rush perspective… no clue where he would play though.

  7. I just want Ohio St’s Johnathan Hankins (6-3/320) with SEA’s #2 pick. Big Hank might end up nearly being as good for the DL as Big Walt was for the OL. Someone who can play NT, 5-tech and 3-tech and gets to the QB – and always collapses the pocket drawing double and sometimes triple teams. If M.Bennet can play with his torn rotator cuff, fine – if not, fine. A pulling guard would just get pancaked, knocking over the runner as well. Sans a healthy M.Tubbs in the draft, give me Johnathan Hankins.

  8. bbnate420 says:

    Hankins likely is gone by #56, but I’d like to have him too.

  9. I like Sio Moore too, but I can’t see the Seahawks using their 2nd round pick for an OLB, not now that they have Avril who can rush from the LB spot on 3rd down if they want him to. WLB is one of the top needs, but I don’t think our WLB is on the field for enough snaps each game to get the priority of our highest draft pick. The pick at 2/56 has to be an impact starter.

  10. ryanryan says:

    interesting perspective Stevos…but i’m not sold that 2/56 has to be a starter. however, if we play out your scenario that they must be a starter whom would you take? I am thinking that OL or WLB could be the only two positions where a pick would start right away.

    thoughts?

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