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  • MidwayMonster31
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    I think Slaton would be better off as a situational back. Antwaun Molden was a solid pick if he develops well.
    Also the Emmitt mock was pretty popular among NFL forums. Since this thread is 'Walter is famous.'

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  • huskers3333
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    I wish we would have taken Tashard Choice, that would have been baller.

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  • NoNonsenseCoach
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    They were so close to Jamaal Charles, and I'm pretty confident they would have taken him had he fell. He would have been a big upgrade over Slaton.

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  • PuppyPuncher
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    Originally posted by yem123 View Post
    hmmmm... I think Slaton is good value in round 3. I'm a Rutgers fan, so I watch all the big east games.... Slaton is quality. I do not think he will quit on the team. He may turn out to be a good Ahmad Bradshaw-like back.
    Slaton cannot take a big hit. He knows it and is afraid of them.

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  • yem123
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    hmmmm... I think Slaton is good value in round 3. I'm a Rutgers fan, so I watch all the big east games.... Slaton is quality. I do not think he will quit on the team. He may turn out to be a good Ahmad Bradshaw-like back.

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  • huskers3333
    started a topic Walter is famous!

    Walter is famous!

    Walter and Matt are famous!
    On other sites I look at, i have seen several clips from you guy's analysis, such as Walter's Texans Grades. This is from Texanstalk. com

    [Walters football


    Quote:
    Houston Texans (Last Year: 8-8)

    2008 NFL Draft Picks:

    26. Duane Brown, OT, Virginia Tech
    The Texans did a solid job trading down to recoup some picks. I had Duane Brown going at 27, so they obtained pretty good value and a much-needed upgrade at tackle. (Pick Grade: A)

    79. Antwaun Molden, CB, Eastern Kentucky
    The Texans addressed their dire need for a cornerback with a solid player. If Dunta Robinson can make it back soon, Houston's secondary should be a lot better than it was in 2007. (Pick Grade: A)

    89. Steve Slaton, RB, West Virginia
    Ugh. Texans fans will understand what that "ugh" is about when Steve Slaton quits on the team. Reach. (Pick Grade: D)

    118. Xavier Adibi, OLB, Virginia Tech
    I guess this pick makes up for Steve Slaton. Xavier Adibi was a second-round prospect, so getting him in the middle of the fourth is quite a bargain. (Pick Grade: A)

    151. Frank Okam, DT, Texas
    Frank Okam was once a first-round prospect. The Texans are taking a gamble with the injury-ridden defensive tackle, but he's worth the risk in the fifth round. (Pick Grade: A)

    173. Dominique Barber, FS, Minnesota
    I don't really have any problems with this pick because Dominique Barber is a sixth-round prospect who fills a position of need, but there are better free safeties out there. (Pick Grade: B)

    223. Alex Brink, QB, Washington State
    Not on my board, but it's the seventh round. (Pick Grade: C)

    WOW they are not Slaton fans at all.]
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