Who is due for a fall?
Who is due for a fall?
Lendale White I see falling only because Maroney and Williams will rise and be picked before him.
Matt Leinart. Only because he will show how weak of an arm he has and how unaccurate it is.
Jay Cutler only because I believe he is over-hyped
matt leinart, cuz i think jay cutler is better and vince young
Why is Holmes on there?
Holmes' stock already seems to be falling, mainly because everyone has become enamored with Chad Jackson and Vernon Davis. He still might be the best receiver in the bunch though.
I'm going with Manny Lawson. I've seen some reports that have him as the next T. Suggs, and the #2 LB behind Hawk. Some sites have him going as high as #8. He seems like too much of a specialist that will have to learn a new position in the pros. I think he falls to the bottom quarter of the first.
Leinart doesn't have a canon for an arm, but this would be one of the few occasions I've seen him criticized as being inaccurate.Quote:
Originally Posted by RamsFan16
Every time I think of Leinart's accuracy, I remember one play - fourth quarter, 4th and 9, Leinart delivers a perfect lob to Jarrett for a huge completion that helps USC win the game.
Leinart will be successful, IMO, for the same reasons Tom Brady is. He makes smart decisions, stays cool under pressure, and delivers the ball accurately where his receivers can make a play.
If I had to pick someone right now, I'd say Haloti Ngata. He was really one of the top defensive picks in this class a couple of weeks ago, but now has been surpassed by Hawk and Williams and maybe even Huff. A guy who was once a lock for the Bills now could fall to Cleveland at 12th overall. Not a big drop, but it's going to cost him money if it works out that way.
This could impact the Rams as well. If Ngata dips from 8 to 12 that could push into the top 10 a player that would have otherwise fallen to us at 11.Quote:
A guy who was once a lock for the Bills now could fall to Cleveland at 12th overall.
I'm not so sure anyone will tumble as much as teams with other needs will move up on draft day. Denver could package their 2 FR's to move up and take a QB, causing the dominos to start falling. The real question is not who starts to tumble down as those teams tripping over each other to move up.