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    Default Mock draft just for fun.

    I like it.

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    Shelton, Parker, and DGB would be amazing... except I'll say it's tough to bring in two rookie wide-outs at once. And it would take HUGE balls to draft DGB after Gordon. One of the national guys is saying he'll drop and a lot of teams will leave him off their draft boards.

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    I just read something from the Cleveland plain dealer, that said: GM's draft players for a particular coaches style. In other words, if you're changing GM's every year, you won't draft well. I couldn't disagree more! If you are drafting good players in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd rounds, it doesn"t matter what system you're in. I'm not saying the 4th - 7th rounds are not important, but your starters and contributors should be in the first 3 rounds. Any football person with any sense, with the help of the scouts and coaches should be able to draft good players in the first 3 rounds. Hint, Ray Farmer needs to be fired. Mike Pettine and one of the three stooges could draft better than Farmer did last year. Anyone with half a brain would have drafted at least one receiver in last year's draft. Especially with the knowledge that Josh Gordon would be suspensded.

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    DGB definitely has more red flags than Gordon did. We need to take defensive linemen though, we were soft as a babies ass up the middle last season.
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    I love the idea of Shelton at 12, but most mocks I'm seeing now put him at 7 to Chicago. And the Browns already have DGB-- he wears #12 and is sitting out the season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToastedPagel View Post
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    I love the idea of Shelton at 12, but most mocks I'm seeing now put him at 7 to Chicago. And the Browns already have DGB-- he wears #12 and is sitting out the season.


    Yeah i did this mock before the combine, when he was around during our pick. As far as DGB is concerned, you don't win if you don't gamble. I feel the same about QB's, you can't win if you don't take a risk. JMO
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