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I hope they trade out of number 8, grab Flacco or Henne late in the first round, pick up Jenkins in the second and get Slaton in the fourth. Unless Clady is available, then I take him and move Gaither to guard or back up the two starting tackles. You hope that one of the top four QBs is available in second. I see the priorities as corner, o line, qb, and rb. The draft doesn’t seem to shake out that any of those are falling to or worthy of number 8. This might be a year where quantity is better than the quality the number 8 pick will bring.

1. Boller is not “done”. He could very well wind up coming out heads and shoulders above Troy Smith, who is still barely beyond his rookie year, with very little experience, and whoever we draft, who WILL be a rookie with ZERO experience.

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3. We have MUCH BIGGER needs in this draft. We need offensive line depth. We need secondary depth. We possibly need to draft another TE or RB to add depth at THOSE positions. It isn’t going to magically fix our issues, no matter how you try to spin it.

We have two very capable QBs, one who could benefit from the fresh start of this new system, and one who could benefit from being groomed in this new system, and EITHER ONE of them could play very well for us, with the offensive talent we have, if we’d just focus on FIXING our o line troubles, and giving them adequate pass protection. It’s that simple. We CAN realistically be back in the playoffs this coming season, but not if we don’t address the issues that hurt us last year, the ones that ACTUALLY matter.

Here is how the Ravens pass on Ryan, if NO Saints want Ellis, Gholston or McFadden bad enough to trade up 2 spots, or Buff or 12 spot. I don’t think that Ryan goes in the top 10 unless the Ravens pick him, and that may not be the best player on the board anyway.

I prefer drafting Ellis or McFadden and taking a QB and CB a couple times later on in a very rich draft at those positiions. I will understand if they take a guy like Ryan, but I don’t know about him based on his matchups with MD.

He really did fear the turtle. The Terps had some really good defensive players, but not as many as the Bungles. Well the Clowns maybe, anyway the Terp D actually looks better on paper than the BUngles right now except at CB, and the Terp corners have a lot of Ryan picks.1. Boller is not “done”. He could very well wind up coming out heads and shoulders above Troy Smith,
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who is still barely beyond his rookie year, with very little experience, and whoever we draft, who WILL be a rookie with ZERO experience.

2.

3. We have MUCH BIGGER needs in this draft. We need offensive line depth. We need secondary depth. We possibly need to draft another TE or RB to add depth at THOSE positions. It isn’t going to magically fix our issues, no matter how you try to spin it.

We have two very capable QBs, one who could benefit from the fresh start of this new system, and one who could benefit from being groomed in this new system, and EITHER ONE of them could play very well for us, with the offensive talent we have, if we’d just focus on FIXING our o line troubles, and giving them adequate pass protection. It’s that simple. We CAN realistically be back in the playoffs this coming season, but not if we don’t address the issues that hurt us last year, the ones that ACTUALLY matter.

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The whole key to the draft is who St. Louis takes at 2.

Scenario 1

2. St. Louis Glenn Dorsey; 3. Atlanta Matt Ryan; 4. Raiders Darren McFadden; 5. Chiefs Chris Long; 6. Jets Vernon Gholston;

7. who take Sedrick Ellis; 8. Ravens Trade down (possibly with KC at 17) to take CB (McKelvin or Cromartie) and second tier QB (Flacco, Henne, Brohm) with their first two picks. Example: Ravens get KC first round 17 and KC second round pick. They could then package their second round 8 and KC second rounder to move back into first round. They could theoretically end up with 17 and (approx.)25 pick, which would probably bring the QB and CB they covet.

If the Rams take Long instead of Dorsey:

3. Atlanta Dorsey 4. Oak McFadden 5.

For moving down from 7 to 10 (and still getting the player they targeted in the first place,

Jman wrote:

I hope they trade out of number 8, grab Flacco or Henne late in the first round, pick up Jenkins in the second and get Slaton in the fourth. Unless Clady is available, then I take him and move Gaither to guard or back up the two starting tackles. You hope that one of the top four QBs is available in second. I see the priorities as corner, o line, qb,
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and rb. The draft doesn’t seem to shake out that any of those are falling to or worthy of number 8. This might be a year where quantity is better than the quality the number 8 pick will bring.

I agree with most of your points but Gaither is too Long to shove into guard. I think he will be better at this time for the Ravens than Clady at tackle because of his experience.