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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; vilma played behind wilfork and harris all year, any midget would be good with them in front of you. clayton just dominated the best cb\'s in college football all year. i seen duncans article in the paper today--clayton is a ...

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Old 04-11-2004, 11:38 AM   #11
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Who's the pick?

vilma played behind wilfork and harris all year, any midget would be good with them in front of you. clayton just dominated the best cb\'s in college football all year. i seen duncans article in the paper today--clayton is a no brainer pick at 18 rather than make a big REACH for vilma. we got problems at wr--clayton would fix that and be a every year probowl guy and the best player we drafted since willie roaf. we can draft vilma in the 2nd round if we want.

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Old 04-11-2004, 01:15 PM   #12
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vilma played behind wilfork and harris all year, any midget would be good with them in front of you. clayton just dominated the best cb\'s in college football all year. i seen duncans article in the paper today--clayton is a no brainer pick at 18 rather than make a big REACH for vilma. we got problems at wr--clayton would fix that and be a every year probowl guy and the best player we drafted since willie roaf. we can draft vilma in the 2nd round if we want.

[Edited on 11/4/2004 by DatFu]
You will not beable to get Vilma in round 2, but you COULD get Clayton at the top of the 2nd. His stock is falling, quick. I don\'t even think Clayton will be that good of a WR in the NFL. Maybe a solid #2, but he ain\'t worth a #1 pick. We have much bigger problems than WR and MLB is one of those problems. If you seriously believe we need another WR more than a starting MLB, then you are out of you\'re ****ing mind
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clayton is a no brainer pick at 18 rather than make a big REACH for vilma. we got problems at wr--clayton would fix that and be a every year probowl guy and the best player we drafted since willie roaf.
So was Josh Reed, huh.

Clayton is 6\'3\" and 197. That\'s a little lean. How long will he hold up?

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Old 04-11-2004, 02:50 PM   #14
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I can\'t tell you who the Saints WILL pick. I will say that given their needs and FA to date, I would still like to see a LB, CB, and WR with their first 3 picks. After that, whatever, just give me impact players at LB, CB, and WR. Please!
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Old 04-11-2004, 03:20 PM   #15
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i would be ok with taking woods since he runs routes better. reggie williams wont get off the line in the pros--he gets stopped with the jam. clayton works harder and is a better clutch player than the other two. he has great vision and guts to go across the middle-makes the people around him better. mccarthy says hes the best wr in the draft. even if clayton is just 200 pounds now, he will put on weight. he hasnt missed a game in 3 years--there aint no way he spends less time on the field than stallworth.
vilma would be ok to call defensive plays and it woud be good to have a smart player in defense, but hes not goin to add any more muscle. if haslett wants to stop the run, vilma aint gonna get it done. vilma can do coverage, but he will get handled by olinemen in the pros.

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i would be ok with taking woods since he runs routes better. reggie williams wont get off the line in the pros--he gets stopped with the jam. clayton works harder and is a better clutch player than the other two. he has great vision and guts to go across the middle-makes the people around him better. mccarthy says hes the best wr in the draft. even if clayton is just 200 pounds now, he will put on weight. he hasnt missed a game in 3 years--there aint no way he spends less time on the field than stallworth.
vilma would be ok to call defensive plays and it woud be good to have a smart player in defense, but hes not goin to add any more muscle. if haslett wants to stop the run, vilma aint gonna get it done. vilma can do coverage, but he will get handled by olinemen in the pros.
After all this time, I never knew you could talk. just kidding I agree
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