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Old 03-01-2013, 07:41 AM   #21
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If only we had a Von Miller.
Screw him, I want a JJ Watt.
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I have hope Hicks and Jordan can develop into a Watt like presence.
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I just hope we absolutely NAIL our first pick & we let Martez LOOSE in 2013!
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It is highly likely that there will be a talented pass rusher at #15. All the of the players are rising and falling.And teams are sending out disinformation and starting rumors. IMHO, J.Jones, D.Jordan B Mingo, B Werner,E.Ansah. I would think that any of these player would be an upgrade.
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I have hope Hicks and Jordan can develop into a Watt like presence.
Watt's true strength is his football IQ. I've never heard anyone discuss defensive line play more intelligently than him.
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Mingo reminds me of Renaldo Turnbull or Jevon Kearse; he'll have an impact and be gone in four years...

Picking at our current spot, I'd love to draft a player that will be there for eight-ten years...
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If he's there take him.
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The one thing that puts me off about Mingo is his size, He's only a little heavier than Marques Colston

And for us to have that sort of guy as an OLB deters me a little, he is athletically a great player but his size and the fact that he declined the bench press at the NFL combine proves a red flag in my opinion
With the evolution of the league towrds passing players like Roman Harper playing linebacker are going to become more common over time.
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Mingo....God no. Joeckel and the other Texas AM Tackle owned Mingo and Mongtomery all game last season. Just imagine what starting NFL caliber linemen will do to him. Plus the betting thing with his "dawg" Mongtomery was plain stupid.
I had to answer this. You really do believe the crap you write don't you?

Manziel completed 51 percent of his passes, threw 3 interceptions, and rushed 17 times for 27 yards against LSU. Get out of here with that crap. It sure look like they got "owned". Their job was to contain Manziel that game, not rush the passer. They accomplished that and LSU won the game.

And just to clarify, both Joekel and Matthews are NFL starting caliber lineman. Both will be top 10 picks... rating higher than both Mingo and Montgomery.

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Old 03-06-2013, 11:11 PM   #30
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Mingo would be a poor pick at 15... he may go in the first but 15 is way to early for him. He has potential, but has not put up the numbers we should be looking for (sacks).

I would rather have ANYONE that is projected to go to us in a mock draft aside from Mingo. He is the homer pick, and a poor pick at 15.
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