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    Or we will trade down to amass picks in later rounds only to draft busts from small schools. And of course the fans on this forum will drink the Kool Aid and call it another A draft. We don't need to waste a high draft pick on a QB when you can just draft a converted TE like Logan Thomas because he has a strong arm and is big.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cardinalsDO View Post
    Or we will trade down to amass picks in later rounds only to draft busts from small schools. And of course the fans on this forum will drink the Kool Aid and call it another A draft. We don't need to waste a high draft pick on a QB when you can just draft a converted TE like Logan Thomas because he has a strong arm and is big.
    Jeez..you blame the fans for the fall because they are all homers,that other guy blames the Fans because they are to mean to players and Staff,,,,What is a Fan to do?........One thing for sure,,IT~s all the Fans Fault...
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    Drafting 9th as we enter Week 11. Go Chargers, go Giants!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigAngelG View Post
    So we need everything 
    pretty much..lol..it`s not going to be a quick and snazzy re-build..
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    Biggest this is we have to hit on the QB. Then a couple O linemen. Work on the offense. Then start working on the defense. Yea. We pretty much need at least 1 very good player at each position except RB.

    We need at least 2 very good O linemen.
    At least a #1 WR.
    A tight end.
    At least 1 difference maker on the D line.
    A Bobby Wagne type at ILB.
    At least 2 DB and or safties.

    That's 8 pots we need to fill with better than average players. Not going to happen in 1 draft. Even if you hit a home run in the draft. That to me is a major rebuild.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Itancan View Post
    Biggest this is we have to hit on the QB. Then a couple O linemen. Work on the offense. Then start working on the defense. Yea. We pretty much need at least 1 very good player at each position except RB.

    We need at least 2 very good O linemen.
    At least a #1 WR.
    A tight end.
    At least 1 difference maker on the D line.
    A Bobby Wagne type at ILB.
    At least 2 DB and or safties.

    That's 8 pots we need to fill with better than average players. Not going to happen in 1 draft. Even if you hit a home run in the draft. That to me is a major rebuild.
    We have safeties for days. That is one spot we are good at.

    Cards need a CB in the worst way. I do not see Buc and Reddick being able to play side by side personally. You need one big boy in the mix. All those other things needed for sure. Need to throw some money at Oline.

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    Did anyone take a gander at the Mock draft on that site?..they seem to think we don`t even need a QB with our 1st pick....hope SK don`t read that,,might give him ideas
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    I will say that's a cool little website.

    The thing is, and I know I'm probably in the minority, but I don't care where we draft.

    Poor teams always have a high draft choices, good teams don't.

    So why do perineal poor teams hardly ever get better while perineal good teams keep winning.

    Well its simple. It's not about where you draft but how well you draft. In other words a team with top management that knows what they are doing.

    Hoping for a high draft choice thinking that's all we need is a fool's wish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas cat View Post
    I will say that's a cool little website.

    The thing is, and I know I'm probably in the minority, but I don't care where we draft.

    Poor teams always have a high draft choices, good teams don't.

    So why do perineal poor teams hardly ever get better while perineal good teams keep winning.

    Well its simple. It's not about where you draft but how well you draft. In other words a team with top management that knows what they are doing.

    Hoping for a high draft choice thinking that's all we need is a fool's wish.
    Or they have the GOAT QB which changes all the rules
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    Quote Originally Posted by RimrockCard View Post
    Or they have the GOAT QB which changes all the rules
    lol....I had to google the acronym GOAT....."greatest of all time."

    Doesn't change my mind, but at least I know what GOAT means.....
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