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Drafting LSU's Barkevious Mingo would require a leap of faith from New Orleans Saints

this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by tiger_bait I am unaware or Mingo ever admitting he took plays off guys...Sam Montgomery admitted that but I have not seen anywhere Mingo saying he took plays off....yeah he may have made some bets in private for ...

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Old 03-27-2013, 10:20 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by tiger_bait View Post
I am unaware or Mingo ever admitting he took plays off guys...Sam Montgomery admitted that but I have not seen anywhere Mingo saying he took plays off....yeah he may have made some bets in private for fun and motivation that werent met to go public but who cares....I am not saying draft Mingo but can someone give me a link where Mingo said he took plays off
He did not... which makes some of the statements in this thread very puzzling and irrelevant. And so what if they had a bet to see who would finish the season with the most sacks? Whoopty doo.

If we want to stay away from boom or bust type players, we might as well eliminate Ansah, Jordan, Mingo, Hunt, among others that the forum has clamored about. They all fit that profile.

Weird confusing thread is weird and confusing.
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Old 03-27-2013, 10:23 AM   #12
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Re: Drafting LSU's Barkevious Mingo would require a leap of faith from New Orleans Saints

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yeah but to have Montgomery even hint at this hurts him big time. it stinks but even in America you are guilty first and once that seed is planted there is not much you can do. what Montgomery needs to do is step and clear up all players involved or shut up and go with damage done. so far he picked to shut up. not good
I agree....I really have no opinion on what the saints will do in the draft...but IF(and that is a big IF) Sean Payton and Rob Ryan draft Mingo at 15 I hope this board just has faith in their evaluation.
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Re: Drafting LSU's Barkevious Mingo would require a leap of faith from New Orleans Saints

This is a confusing thread
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Re: Drafting LSU's Barkevious Mingo would require a leap of faith from New Orleans Saints

i am sure there will be more than a few teams that will still love him.

if the saints pick him they pick him. he is now a saint and i will give him every chance and he starts with a clean slate in my book
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Re: Drafting LSU's Barkevious Mingo would require a leap of faith from New Orleans Saints

Mingo just doesn't excite me. His reviews all leave me wondering if he's the right pick. I trust the members here and the overall concensus is that he might be a value pick in the later rounds. Unfortunately, he won't be there in the later rounds.
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Awww, Mingo straight....

Hang on. Shoot, this isn't Blazing Saddles?
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Re: Drafting LSU's Barkevious Mingo would require a leap of faith from New Orleans Saints

I trust Mayock's evaluation skills far above any of the other "professional" pro football talent evaluators, so based on that I'd be hesitant to pick him with the 15th pick if he was available there.
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Re: Drafting LSU's Barkevious Mingo would require a leap of faith from New Orleans Saints

Maycock playing it safe again. Oh he wont go till the later half of first round but someone may take him in top ten. Same oh from mike. Mingos name didnt shock the ncaa in sacks or tackles but who saw what i saw is they stayed away from him running opposite side or let him troll in and dump it over his head. Im still set on getting now help not later. Sorry mingo.
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Re: Drafting LSU's Barkevious Mingo would require a leap of faith from New Orleans Saints

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He won't go until the 3rd round; the statement he made will cost him.
Highly unlikely he falls that far in the draft.
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