View Poll Results: Which receiver do you want us to draft?

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  • Kenny Britt

    2 7.14%
  • Brian Robiskie

    4 14.29%
  • Hakeem Nick

    5 17.86%
  • Ramses Barden

    8 28.57%
  • Louis Murphy

    0 0%
  • Percy Harvin

    0 0%
  • Juaquin Iglesias

    1 3.57%
  • Darrius Heyward-Bey

    5 17.86%
  • Other (Please State)

    3 10.71%
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Thread: Wide Receivers

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    Re: Wide Receivers

    Quote Originally Posted by richtree View Post
    But HOW any of you can want Bey I really don't understand it.

    We will end up using Bey like Dante Hall, and be lacking a real WR all year.

    He will fit somewhere just fine, just not here.
    I selected Bey by accident. Nicks is the guy actually like


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    Re: Wide Receivers

    Hakeem Nicks and I hope he is still there in the second because that guy can make big catches.

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    Re: Wide Receivers

    Quote Originally Posted by Nibiru2012 View Post
    I like Straughter or Austin Collie....... Sorry i got to rep Sac town area..

    Sac town? hahaha
    SO-CAL baby!!!

    anyways
    I chose Barden because i would rather wait until the third to pick a WR, and i've been repping him for a while.

    BarronWade- I'm gonna pretend you didn't just imply that Holt went to UNC.

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    Re: Wide Receivers

    I'd like to see us draft Brandon Tate if he falls to round 4. Was projected by many as a round 1 guy until his MCL tear against Notre Dame last year, very good receiver when healthy.

    So I guess I'll choose other

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    Re: Wide Receivers

    Quote Originally Posted by Nibiru2012 View Post
    Who was this WR from UNC? I hope you did't mean Torry because he went to North Carolina State.
    Ma bad. Props for the look out thou il give you rep.

    2 different colleges North Carolina State University is where Torry Holt went damn i was wrong i i just knew North Carolina so i thought he was a tar heel.


    To all who have Ramses Barden: you guys do know that whoever is picked in the early rounds is going to be the 2nd starter on the team right? And i am doubting that Barden is NFL ready he will need time.

    Iight i know what yall are going to say: "we are not a superbowl team"

    I know we are not, but aren't we trying to build to be one. And i just dont want us to keep losing im getting sick and tired of all the loses so i think we should get the more NFL ready WR in Nicks.


    Also with barden one of the knocks on him is that he cant get separation with the DBs and separation is extremely important in the NFL. Cuz in the NFL Barden will face DBs that can jump up to his level not like in his college. Also he really did not face top notch competition cuz he was at the scrub (using the term loosely) school.

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    Re: Wide Receivers

    Quote Originally Posted by richtree View Post
    Look, by now everyone knows I am a huge Britt promoter but truth of the matter is I don't know how any of you guys would want Darrius Heyward-Bey with our roster.


    Avery is the same type of player as Bey and I don't think that a lot of people realize that Burton is very similiar.

    BURTON IS A BURNER -- NOT SOME LONG, OVER THE MIDDLE POSS. RECV.


    You need to compliement these 2 (Stanley is burner as well) with a over the middle / route running reciever.

    That should leave us with a few options.

    If we go WR in the 2nd round its a matter of who is there.

    Britt, Robiske seem like the best fits.

    I personal don't like Nicks but he even fits better than Bey.

    Lots of teams have big CB's and you need a guy that will block like Hines Ward does to make our run scheme successful. Both Britt and Robiske are big enough to do this. This is where I think Nicks lacks.


    I think we stay away from Harvin(character issues) and Bey (just doesn't fit).

    Louis Murphy and Ogletree maybe available in the 3rd.

    If not Britt or Robiskee than LB.

    I think Nicks isn't the guy, but take him if you want.

    But HOW any of you can want Bey I really don't understand it.

    We will end up using Bey like Dante Hall, and be lacking a real WR all year.

    He will fit somewhere just fine, just not here.
    Just for the record, I also voted for Britt.

    You can't deny it. Britt is one tough, physical wide receiver that blocks, catches, and does everything in between. I think he's the big guy we need for our receiving corps.

    But, he may be taken in the first. I talked to some Vikings fans lately, and they REALLY want Britt. Some of them also seem to dislike Nicks.

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    Re: Wide Receivers

    Quote Originally Posted by BarronWade View Post

    To all who have Ramses Barden: you guys do know that whoever is picked in the early rounds is going to be the 2nd starter on the team right? And i am doubting that Barden is NFL ready he will need time.
    No I did not know that, I think Keenan Burton will be our second wideout. He showed flashes of what he is capable of, and I think he will thrive in Schurmer's quick pass offense.

    Quote Originally Posted by BarronWade View Post
    Iight i know what yall are going to say: "we are not a superbowl team"

    I know we are not, but aren't we trying to build to be one. And i just dont want us to keep losing im getting sick and tired of all the loses so i think we should get the more NFL ready WR in Nicks.
    If we are trying to build a Super Bowl contender we need to focus on more important areas of the team, like LB, OT, and DL. Not the flashy wideouts. It's a new era of smash mouth horns football, no more GSOT.

    Quote Originally Posted by BarronWade View Post
    Also with barden one of the knocks on him is that he cant get separation with the DBs and separation is extremely important in the NFL. Cuz in the NFL Barden will face DBs that can jump up to his level not like in his college. Also he really did not face top notch competition cuz he was at the scrub (using the term loosely) school.
    Fitz and Boldin were never known for their breakaway speed.

    And I'm not saying, but I'm just saying, I think a couple guys named Jerry Rice and TO would have something to say about "scrub" schools.

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    Re: Wide Receivers

    In the sixth round the Saint Louis Rams select.... Mohamed Massaquoi out of Georgia...... Yes!!!!

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    Re: Wide Receivers

    And with their second round pick of the 2009 NFL Draft, the St. Louis Rams select...


    Michael Crabtree.


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    Re: Wide Receivers

    Quote Originally Posted by C-Mob 71 View Post
    No I did not know that, I think Keenan Burton will be our second wideout. He showed flashes of what he is capable of, and I think he will thrive in Schurmer's quick pass offense.
    Well i think Keenan Burton will do fine as the slot guy.

    Quote Originally Posted by C-Mob 71 View Post
    If we are trying to build a Super Bowl contender we need to focus on more important areas of the team, like LB, OT, and DL. Not the flashy wideouts. It's a new era of smash mouth horns football, no more GSOT.
    Well i think we are going address OT in the 1st with Smith/Monroe. Then in the 2nd the way i see it Lauriniatis (lions) and Sintim (patriots) are off the board do we reach (for a LB) or get a stud like Nicks?

    Ohhh the GSOT. Good times. Good times.


    Quote Originally Posted by C-Mob 71 View Post
    Fitz and Boldin were never known for their breakaway speed.

    And I'm not saying, but I'm just saying, I think a couple guys named Jerry Rice and TO would have something to say about "scrub" schools.
    Maybe (just maybe) you got a point about the Fitz Boldin thing.

    "And I'm not saying, but I'm just sayin" isnt that an oxymoron lol. But i hate both former *****. However i appreciate Rice as a person.

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