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blueslover
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re: My 5-round Mock Draft...

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"Predator" meaning P. Robinson.

Only have heard McKenzie called that. Anyone else?

Werner unlikely but you go CB over Mingo, Montgomery, & Moore? I can't see that.

Ya didn't address why to reach for Rhodes. I assume Milliner gone but Banks is consistently ranked higher than Rhodes. Why not him instead?

When it comes to the starters on the OL I don't think you could assume a 7th Rd pick that was IRed all year is a viable choice for a blindside protector (see what he has to offer). The options are re-sign Bushdog, bring in a UFA, Charles Brown be ready to assume the spot. If none of those happen the need there moves up astonomically. Lewan, Matthews, and maybe Fisher would all be great guys to have in securing the OL for the rest of Brees' career.


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Big Sway
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re: My 5-round Mock Draft...
Going to need to offset the Julio/White duo of Atl so we need DB upgrade.


TigerBait2008
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re: My 5-round Mock Draft...
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Julio/White duo of Atl so we need DB upgrade.





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blueslover
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re: My 5-round Mock Draft...
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need to offset the Julio/White duo of Atl

17 catches for 257yds in 2 games for them both don't really scream that.

36yo Tony Gonzalez 15 catches 180yds & 3 TDs make the Harper in coverage question still relevant & more large to me.


Breesus
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re: My 5-round Mock Draft...
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"Predator" meaning P. Robinson.


That name is retired and it only applies to Mike "Predator" McKenzie.


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Cajun Invasion
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re: My 5-round Mock Draft...
"36yo Tony Gonzalez 15 catches 180yds & 3 TDs make the Harper in coverage question still relevant & more large to me."

Well hopefully he sticks to his word and retires this year.




fightingtigers98
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re: My 5-round Mock Draft...
mine is as of right now the saints pick #11-43*-75-107-139-171-203

#11-Sam Montgomery DE(LSU): He is an efficient pass rusher, who is a good run defender. He has the athleticism to chase down runners in the back field and make plays around the line of scrimmage.
**other guys who could be selected Jonathan Jenkins DT(UGA) or Johnathan Hankins DT(OSUB12)
Comparison-John Abraham

43**David Amerson CB(NCSU): Was considered the best cornerback in the draft, but has struggled this year. He is a physically imposing cb with great size 6'3 195. In 2011 he had 59 tackles 13 INTs and 5 pass break ups. **Jordan Pryor CB(OSUP12)
Comparison- Richard Sherman

75-Sean Porter OLB(TA&M): Struggled during the season with his transition as a 3-4 OLB to a traditional 4-3 OLB. He has become more comfortable with the 4-3 as the season progressed. He has 9.5 sacks in 2011, but has only recorded 2.5 this year. He has made plays in the run this year, but needs to add more bulk.
Comparison- Akeem Ayers

107-Jordan Hill DT(PSU): He has been exceptional against the run and has freed up linebackers for PSU. This defensive tackle class is very strong so the Saints may be able to draft other needs above DT.
Comparison-Brandon Mebane

139-Justin Pugh OT(SYR): He has had a good year at left tackle blocking for Ryan Nassib. He is a sleeper prospect, and will we a little time to add some strength and weight in the NFL. Could develop into an above average NFL left tackle, may also be able to guard.
Comparison-Willie Colon

171-DC Jefferson TE(Troy): Is a very raw product after switching over from TE. He has immense size at 6-6 260. Can be a threat along side Jimmy Graham.
Comparison-Jared Cook

203-Jordan Rodgers QB(Vandy): Sean Payton and the Saints coaches may be able to work some magic with the younger brother of Aaron. He is a little under-sized(6'1 205), but he has shown talent this year leading vanderbilt to a bowl game and 8-4 record.
Comparison-Ryan Fitzpatrick


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