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  • My first round analyzationalism.

    BEST LAUGHS
    -Falcons trade their entire draft for the next six years to get this year's Mr. Drop
    -Blaine Gabbert actually gets drafted.


    OMG MY FAV PICKS LOL
    -Christian Ponder at 12. Will be a fun year for the Detroit Lions defensive line.
    -Jake Locker at 8. In my opinion, he has the most potential of any quarterback in the draft.
    -Mark Ingram to the Saints. Seriously, everyone needs to fear the New Orleans running game.
    -The Raiders pi...oh wait, LOL

    LIONS
    I support the selection of Nick Fairley. However, we still need a secondary. I'm hoping we take a OT in round two, and look at some CBs in round three. But you know Schwartz - BPA BPA BPA BPA!!!!!!!
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    1st Round Anal-what?
    Originally posted by Daniel
    Me and my gun buddies aren't paranoid, but let me tell you about how Hillary's gun squads will come into your home to take away your God-given freedoms and guns, while forcing you to gay marry illegal immigrants and turn your home to Muslim abortion clinics.

    That's how you sound.
    lmao

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    • #3
      Originally posted by SwAg Dynasty View Post
      1st Round Anal-what?
      Lordofpotato back-door analysis?

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      • #4
        Raping other analysts with my deep penetration into the NFL draft...
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        • #5
          I've never seen a bigger application of the BPA way of thinking than the Fairley pick.

          Tbh, it was a great pick, but Quinn would have been better there. I like him better overall than Fairley, and DE was more of a need. Still either way, scary as hell for the NFCN...

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          • #6
            Cliff Avril and Kyle Vanden Bosch goddamnit, no DE was not a need.

            The pick was either Prince or Fairley.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by LordOfPotato View Post
              Cliff Avril and Kyle Vanden Bosch goddamnit, no DE was not a need.

              The pick was either Prince or Fairley.
              Sammie Hill, Ndamukong Suh, Corey Williams... Neither was a need, either Fairley or Quinn would have been a value pick. Vanden Bosch turns 33 this year...

              Don't get me wrong, I'm thrilled the Lions took Fairley. It makes for excitement and it keeps him from St. Louis.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Arcade View Post
                Tbh, it was a great pick, but Quinn would have been better there. I like him better overall than Fairley, and DE was more of a need.
                It's okay, this way we at least get to see him twice a year.


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                • #9
                  Originally posted by LordOfPotato View Post
                  Cliff Avril and Kyle Vanden Bosch goddamnit, no DE was not a need.

                  The pick was either Prince or Fairley.
                  I can't fault the pick of Fairley - they took Suh last year and had Corey Williams and Sammie Lee Hill, I thought they were set, but now no matter what down it is, they are guaranteed to have a pass rush coming up the middle that HAS to be accounted for and by doing so, it opens up opportunities for others... Seriously, Detroit doesn't even need to blitz - they will get as much pressure with just their line as most teams do with a blitz...which is good because their secondary is questionable (I admittedly love Delmas and think Alphonso Smith deserves a shot, but I don't know about the rest - I didn't watch a lot of Detroit games) anyway, I would have taken Quinn just because I fell in love with him as a prospect, but I can't fault Fairley.
                  Originally posted by Daniel
                  Me and my gun buddies aren't paranoid, but let me tell you about how Hillary's gun squads will come into your home to take away your God-given freedoms and guns, while forcing you to gay marry illegal immigrants and turn your home to Muslim abortion clinics.

                  That's how you sound.
                  lmao

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                  • #10
                    Louis Delmas is a monster, he hits so hard and such quickness. He's got an attitude problem though, and hasn't shown the best durability. If he reaches his potential, he could be an Ed Reed type player for Detroit. Alphonso Smith, just like the rest of Detroit's corners, should be playing the two or three. Will James has potential to be a good one...but it'll take a lot of work.

                    It's really sad, but the last time Detroit had a good secondary was during the Bly/Bryant era...
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by LordOfPotato View Post
                      Louis Delmas is a monster, he hits so hard and such quickness. He's got an attitude problem though, and hasn't shown the best durability. If he reaches his potential, he could be an Ed Reed type player for Detroit. Alphonso Smith, just like the rest of Detroit's corners, should be playing the two or three. Will James has potential to be a good one...but it'll take a lot of work.

                      It's really sad, but the last time Detroit had a good secondary was during the Bly/Bryant era...
                      Are you going to still run the WBLS?

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                      • #12
                        So why cant the Lions go after a CB in free agency? They can throw money at Nnamdi.

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