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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyDobler View Post
    Safe= Kuechly
    Mine= Floyd/Reiff
    Crazy= S. Hill
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    Safe: Keuchly
    Mine: Floyd
    Crazy: Hill

    I also like Janoris Jenkins. Don't think the Bills will go there, but he tested great and is the consensus #1 man to man corner in this draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynchevans View Post
    Safe Pick - Riley Reiff

    My Pick - Luke Kuechly

    Crazy Pick - Dre Kirkpatrick


    Yes , Crazy pick is unexpected ....but doesn't mind the pick

    Safe Pick ....expected and position he plays .....skilled players more risky
    Safe pick - Luke Kuechly:

    He's almost promised to be at least above average.

    Crazy Pick - Hill, WR GT:

    While I like him and would be happy with the pick, by all accounts it would come as a shock that a kid who was slated as a second rounder in February could wind up as a top ten pick.

    My Pick - Kendall Wright, WR:

    Yes, a big ol' reach. I understand that. I honestly think he's going to be either the best or second best WR in this group(I think Hill will be the best honestly with Wright and R. Randle a close 2 and 3). With that in mind he's certainly not going to be there in the second round, and I want a WR that is strong enough to play the flanker, and quick enough to play in the slot should Marcus Easley emerge. I just feel that overall, he would provide the most use for the bills from day one. He's not the sexy pick, but I feel the Bills would end up being glad they 'reached' for him.
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    The empty vessel rings the loudest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steckmeister03 View Post
    Safe pick - Luke Kuechly:

    He's almost promised to be at least above average.

    Crazy Pick - Hill, WR GT:

    While I like him and would be happy with the pick, by all accounts it would come as a shock that a kid who was slated as a second rounder in February could wind up as a top ten pick.

    My Pick - Kendall Wright, WR:

    Yes, a big ol' reach. I understand that. I honestly think he's going to be either the best or second best WR in this group(I think Hill will be the best honestly with Wright and R. Randle a close 2 and 3). With that in mind he's certainly not going to be there in the second round, and I want a WR that is strong enough to play the flanker, and quick enough to play in the slot should Marcus Easley emerge. I just feel that overall, he would provide the most use for the bills from day one. He's not the sexy pick, but I feel the Bills would end up being glad they 'reached' for him.
    I think Hill is going to rip it up in the NFL.

    Most athletic ability at WR in the class bar none.

    Nix was at the GT Pro Day and Hill by Mayock's account really looked good. He would be my darkhouse pick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sechristbmw View Post
    I think Hill is going to rip it up in the NFL.

    Most athletic ability at WR in the class bar none.

    Nix was at the GT Pro Day and Hill by Mayock's account really looked good. He would be my darkhouse pick.
    Definitely a freak of nature. I like him a lot and think he'll do very well. I'd be perfectly happy with him at ten.
    Quote Originally Posted by rhinocoach View Post
    I agree with this so much I don't know if I want it tattooed on my *** or crocheted on a throw pillow
    The empty vessel rings the loudest.

    Quote Originally Posted by Getta513 View Post
    Boy ....you whats & them avatars, got to bed before i tell yous momma that kids are tryna play with the grown folks...... Get Now. !!!

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    Without doubt, the safest pick and BPA at #10 will be Decastro.

    My pick, without doubt, Decastro.

    Anyone else, it would be Floyd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EndZoneLouie View Post
    Without doubt, the safest pick and BPA at #10 will be Decastro.

    My pick, without doubt, Decastro.

    Anyone else, it would be Floyd.
    safe is not always right, young grasshopper.
    Quote Originally Posted by rhinocoach View Post
    I agree with this so much I don't know if I want it tattooed on my *** or crocheted on a throw pillow
    The empty vessel rings the loudest.

    Quote Originally Posted by Getta513 View Post
    Boy ....you whats & them avatars, got to bed before i tell yous momma that kids are tryna play with the grown folks...... Get Now. !!!

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    Safe Pick: DeCastro

    My Pick: BPA

    Crazy: Glenn
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    Quote Originally Posted by steckmeister03 View Post
    Definitely a freak of nature. I like him a lot and think he'll do very well. I'd be perfectly happy with him at ten.
    I think he is going to blow it up.

    His 10 yard split was 1.20 seconds!

    I am hoping Nix saw what everyone else saw on March 8th.
    http://blogs.nfl.com/2012/03/08/hill...-tech-pro-day/

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    Kuechly or DeCastro would be starters.

    Not sure if Nix will go this route, DeCastro should be rated higher than Rieff, too bad he is a guard.

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    Safe Pick - David Decastro

    My Pick - Floyd

    Crazy Pick - Blackmon( Because he is not falling)
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    safe- Reilly Reiff
    mine - Reilly Reiff
    crazy - 1st rd for Mike Wallace Steelers WR

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    Safe Pick -Luke Kuechly

    My Pick - Cordy Glenn

    Crazy Pick - Mark Barron
    Mock Draft:
    1) OT - Cordy Glenn - Georgia
    2) OLB - Lavonte David - Nebraska
    3) WR - AJ Jenkins - Illinios or Chris Givens - Wake Forrest
    4) CB - Josh Norman - Costal Carolina
    4) QB - BJ Coleman - Tennessee-Chattanooga
    5) DE - Jake Bequette - Arkansas
    5) C - Mike Brewster - Ohio State
    6) WR - Junior Hemmingway - Michigan
    7) TE - Kevin Kroger - Michigan
    7) CB - Ryan Steed - Furman

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    Quote Originally Posted by EndZoneDB View Post
    Safe Pick -Luke Kuechly

    My Pick - Cordy Glenn

    Crazy Pick - Mark Barron
    Whoa .... exact match to mine.

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    Safe: Stephon Gilmore

    Mine: Michael Floyd

    Crazy: Stephen Hill

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    Safe: Rieff

    Mine: Decastro

    Crazy: Bilbo Baggins


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slambonibob View Post
    Safe Pick - Kuechly

    My Pick - Floyd

    Crazy Pick - DeCastro

    i would be happy with any of these picks
    this. i might toss richardson in as a crazy as well

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    Safe Pick- Kechly, Kirkpatrick, DeCastro, Claiborne or Blackmon (if Claiborne or Blackmon drop 99.9% they won't though)

    My Pick- (in order of availablitiy) Claiborne, Blackmon, Kuechly, Floyd (don't view Floyd as completely safe but has a big upside), DeCastro

    Crazy Pick- Tannehill or Richardson
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    safe: Rieff

    my pick: Coples

    crazy: Upshaw

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    Safe: DeCastro/Kuechly/Floyd
    My pick: Kuechly/Floyd/DeCastro (that order)
    Crazy pick: Riley Reiff


    Lovin' this Bills Front Office's attitude this season!

    Bills to-do List:

    Sign Mario Williams CHECK
    Solidify O-Line CHECK
    Bolster Secondary CHECK
    Extend Freddie CHECK

    Solid 2012 Draft Grade: A
    Hoping every pick pans out

    CB Ron Brooks is a sleeper!

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