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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by alleycat_126 Sammy Watkins.... Lol you won't even get to sniff his braids!!! Show me somebody who we could get after round three who could be Sammy Watkins..... I think a lot of people see not a lot ...

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Old 01-24-2014, 04:28 PM   #11
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Sammy Watkins.... Lol you won't even get to sniff his braids!!! Show me somebody who we could get after round three who could be Sammy Watkins.....

I think a lot of people see not a lot of production from the wide receivers and equate that with not having a true number one... We didn't have a true number one for years and that never stopped us, keeping drew up right is what has gotta happen for us to see more production from the wide receivers. I'm in the minority probably by myself..... But I probably would be picking C, and OT before I venture into picking wideouts, and running backs.....

Draft
1. CB or Safety
2. CB or Safety
3. OLB
4. OT or C
5. OT or C
6 skill position!!!!!!
I know that much. Jordan Matthews is going to be a star as well. WR from Vanderbilt. Cousin of Jerry Rice.

Watkins has dreads by the way. You can take braids out at any time. You've pretty much gotta cut all your hair off to get rid of dreads.
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Old 01-24-2014, 04:55 PM   #12
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Re: New Orleans Saints positional analysis: wide receivers

Trade out of the 1st for a 2nd and 4th.
2 - WR Adams
2 - FS Reynolds
3 - CB Jean Baptiste
4 - WR Janis
4 - OT James
5 - OLB Shembo
6 - C Harrison
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Moore is the best route runner we have and rarely drops a ball. He's a perfect slot guy just lost in the shuffle this year. Other than money, there's no reason to drop him.
Moore shows up less than more these days. He was good, or when he wanted to be good he showed up. but these days he didn't show up.
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I know that much. Jordan Matthews is going to be a star as well. WR from Vanderbilt. Cousin of Jerry Rice.

Watkins has dreads by the way. You can take braids out at any time. You've pretty much gotta cut all your hair off to get rid of dreads.
Braids, Dreads..... doesn't matter.... By the time you sit down to the draft with your chip and dip he'll be on his way to St. Louis!!!!
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Old 01-25-2014, 05:07 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by rezburna View Post
I know that much. Jordan Matthews is going to be a star as well. WR from Vanderbilt. Cousin of Jerry Rice.

Watkins has dreads by the way. You can take braids out at any time. You've pretty much gotta cut all your hair off to get rid of dreads.
You don't have to cut all your hair off to get rid of dreads. They can be combed out. All dreads are is knotted up hair. One of the common myths about dreads.
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good morning who dats. in our receiving corp keep all but meachum. if anyone has to go without a shadow of a doubt then let meachum go other than that keep everyone! bring back the entire team1 beef up our offensive line, and lets get back to the basics of football and that is feed the rb's! i know we love to see qb's throwing for 400+ yrds a game but that's only because they throw like 40x's a game and only rush about 20x's a game. that's not balanced football. we need to bring back the fullback leading the way for a stout rb. once you do that then the talents of a drew brees will really shine. i'll give you an example if you watch the broncos in the last 2 or 3 games (including the playoffs) moreno has been running the ball very effectively. now lets say the running game was mediocre i'm sure as talented as peyton manning is he wouldnt be playing in the super bowl. i'm willing to bet if moreno dont run the ball effectively during the super bowl the broncos wont win. give the rb's some shine too, stop this pass first league!
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Old 01-27-2014, 09:39 AM   #17
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Re: New Orleans Saints positional analysis: wide receivers

if we draft a WR please hands and football IQ be the guiding light in the draft.

Oh year guts to go over the middle and dance the side lines.

not asking for much ?

speed below 4.55 works for me
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Old 01-27-2014, 11:03 AM   #18
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Re: New Orleans Saints positional analysis: wide receivers

All we are missing is a consistent possession receiver.

We were missing that this season and it kept things from opening up, its very easy to double cover Graham a let Drew throw to the rest of the receivers that either cant get open or drop passes. What we saw was PT being used as the possession receiver and that took its toll on our running game versatility.
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Old 01-27-2014, 11:03 AM   #19
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Deep draft for WRs. Stay away from them the first round and probably the 2nd unless someone like Robinson drops.
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You don't have to cut all your hair off to get rid of dreads. They can be combed out. All dreads are is knotted up hair. One of the common myths about dreads.
That's a hassle 95% of the people with dreads avoid. It takes forever to unlock dreads.
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