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tigersint
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Honey badger


Do y'all think that the saints should try to draft the honey badger?

What round is too early to draft him?

What round do y'all think that he will go?







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Jizzamo311
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I would love to have TM....I have no clue where he will get drafted....His combine will obviously give us a better idea...

But, I would take him with a 4th no doubt.....I would actually maybe try to trade up in late 3rd if he was there

Guy is just a playmaker, and anyone who disagrees is wrong






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3HourTour
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Maybe. I'm leaning towards no though





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Brettesaurus Rex
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I would start thinking about it in the 3rd but would no doubt take him anytime in the 4th or after





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Peazey
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I would not be surprised at all if he ends up going undrafted. That being said I wouldn't mind the saints taking a late round chance on him. He has a lot of potential if he can get his shite together.





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Mouth
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We don't have a full allotment of picks as it is. Can't afford to waste one on TM7.





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Jizzamo311
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I would not be surprised at all if he ends up going undrafted


ummmm no

The only knock on the kid is smoking weed......They test for Weed once per year in the NFL

LSU had constant random testing (more than any other SEC team along with UGA)

Guys have had much bigger knocks on them and been less of playmakers and got drafted...

HB will get drafted...Book that shit






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lsufan112001
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problem i have with him is that he's gonna be in the area, and around the same problem people as before/currently.

value wise i'd take a shot in the 4th easily, maybe 3rd. SAints need to gamble and make up some ground. very weak on defense they are...






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Alt26
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The WORST possible team for him to go to would be New Orleans. I think it would do him some good as a person to get away from NOLA and Louisiana. If he were to get picked by the Saints he'll be near the same people/element that kept him in trouble at LSU, only this time with a 6 figure salary.

Great playmaker, but there's no way the Saints could trust him to clean up his act.






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Peazey
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Ummm... Yes. The only knock against him is not smoking weed. He's small and has questionable coverage skills. He wasn't a top 10 lock before all this happened. Look, I like the guy as much as the next tiger fan, but you're letting your purple and gold glasses cloud your vision of reality.







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kclsufan
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Best thing for him would to be to get drafted by KC. It's lame as shite here





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Purpleye
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re: Honey badger


One day he'll be the best player in Angola.





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tduecen
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CocoLoco
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quote:

One day he'll be the best player in Angola.












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elprez00
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Member since Sep 2011
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Definitely should. I mean, what this team is missing is a 5-9 cornerback with a craving for pot.





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whodatfan
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Member since Mar 2008
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quote:

Do y'all think that the saints should try to draft the honey badger?


I think the saints should draft players who put all their effort and skills into football and actually have a passion and love for the game. Not take chances on players with college level talent and no desire to better themselves or learn from their mistakes. That kid is a waste of sperm. He won't do shite in the NFL. He needs to just go hang with purple drank and smoke some blunts. That's his value in life.






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loyalauron
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Member since Nov 2012
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No, it would be a disaster. The guy needs to get away from here.





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tigersint
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re: Honey badger


His life choices are his only downside but those can change with good influences such as Brees and Payton

He could be used on special teams as well
i think that If he was still at lsu then he would probably be a 1st round pick. We dont have a second round pick so i think that if we can get him in the 4 th round then he is a steal. He will help our defense and our return game. He is that first round talent that we can pick up in later rounds






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beauchristopher
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if he stays clean.. most certainly. incredible football instincts.





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BigBrod81
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quote:

That kid is a waste of sperm. He won't do shite in the NFL. He needs to just go hang with purple drank and smoke some blunts. That's his value in life.


I'm not in favor of drafting Mathieu but this quote is retarded. I guess players & people in general aren't capable of making changes after making several mistakes early in their lives. I swear I heard the same type of comments thrown in the direction of Brandon Marshall & Pacman Jones early in their careers but both have managed to make positive changes on & off the field.






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