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Exactly one team has used their own pick thus far in the draft

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So who DOESN'T think Tannehill is the pick here?

 

is he that much better than Matt Moore?!

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So who DOESN'T think Tannehill is the pick here?

 

not this guy :)

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gotta say the teams involved so far are doing a great job doing what they need to do to make moves and get the guys they want and, when possible, getting extra value in the process.

 

the rookie slotting system is making a lot of this possible. kudos to the NFL, this is pretty good stuff. :tup:

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is he that much better than Matt Moore?!

 

 

No. Not at the moment. Maybe in a year. Not saying I agree with it, but seems like that's the mass consensus...we'll find out!

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is he that much better than Matt Moore?!

 

More of the evolving of the NFL which is making QBs more valuable

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Get on Twitter!

 

 

The nfl draft app I have follows a lot of those tweets. 2012 draft pik

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gotta say the teams involved so far are doing a great job doing what they need to do to make moves and get the guys they want and, when possible, getting extra value in the process.

 

the rookie slotting system is making a lot of this possible. kudos to the NFL, this is pretty good stuff. :tup:

 

 

Agreed.......this is fun !!! :pop:

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Atta boy Tannehill. I knew you would be top 10.

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is he that much better than Matt Moore?!

 

 

I have a hunch that Tannehill will be a bust. I think people got excited about how quickly he learned the position and how raw he is. I understand he has a high ceiling, but, I also think he comes with some risk. Just a feeling, but, I think he struggles.

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I say they go DT next at Carolina.

 

Or not! LOL

Edited by Trojanmojo

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I have a hunch that Tannehill will be a bust. I think people got excited about how quickly he learned the position and how raw he is. I understand he has a high ceiling, but, I also think he comes with some risk. Just a feeling, but, I think he struggles.

 

 

Moore went 6-3 last year, right? Seems like Tannehill is a bit of a reach :shrug:

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Looks as if they have it down to a production line.

 

Call the pick.

Hugs at table.

Shake hands w/ RG & poc.

Family pocs on stage.

Rinse. Repeat.

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gotta say the teams involved so far are doing a great job doing what they need to do to make moves and get the guys they want and, when possible, getting extra value in the process.

 

the rookie slotting system is making a lot of this possible. kudos to the NFL, this is pretty good stuff. :tup:

 

Could not be more true. The draft, as it used to be, was completely useless as a tool to help bad teams get good. Now, picking early is actually a good thing and teams are taking advantage of that.

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does'nt matter if you can't get to the QB

 

buy Demarcus just one more second with good coverage and he gets the sack.

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Poe ended up being the top DT after all. Interesting.

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