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    Re: Would you draft Te'o????

    If we didn't already have Laurinaitis manning the middle, I'd say go for it. Unfortunately, I don't think T'eo's athletic or quick enough to play the outside. Now if Rob Ryan becomes our DC and we switch to a 3-4 (a big IF), a T'eo and Laurinaitis midfield would be downright scary.


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    Re: Would you draft Te'o????

    If we get some great value at #16 and have Warmack, a playmaking Safety or a Impact WR id take him at #22 if he falls that far

    Fisher would be drafting him to play FOOTBALL not be an actor or write a fictional book that everyone thought was true....Whatever motivation helped the kid he did what he had to do night in night out on the field (except vs. the alabama O-line)

    Your drafting the kid to play football...Can he play football at a high level YESS...Its not like he is getting in trouble with dui...And yes he can help this Defense in the division we play it is vital to build a powerhouse defense

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    Re: Would you draft Te'o????

    If he's there at our second round pick(he won't), yes, I grab him for the simple fact that he is, by far, the BPA.

    Now, talking about #22 is more reasonable and feasible if he drops through the crack of Pittsburgh. It's possible that I take him. The problem is that he seems to be a purely 2 down player(or in this NFL, 1 down player), based on his speed. That said, he's a football player, and if he passes Fisher's test for being able to play as our #3LB, I'm ok with it.

    But the value for safety and OT better be crap at that #22 pick...
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    Re: Would you draft Te'o????

    I'd rather draft C.J Mosley.
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    Re: Would you draft Te'o????

    Quote Originally Posted by RockinRam View Post
    I'd rather draft C.J Mosley.
    Me too. Mosley is an excellent sideline to sideline LB. Very active great tackler, can drop in coverage. I'd take him 10x before I take Te'o. Unfortunately, he's returning to Alabama.


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    Re: Would you draft Te'o????

    Quote Originally Posted by TekeRam View Post
    But the value for safety and OT better be crap at that #22 pick...
    I agree if Warmack is there at 16 you gotta take him. Then just like most I say we gotta get a safety at 22 (Hopefully Elam) But we could roll the dice at 22 draft Te'o and look for Baccari Rambo in the third....Throw in Fluker in the 2nd and we got ourselves one hell of a draft!

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    Re: Would you draft Te'o????

    His character and leadship skills are a huge part of his game and those attributes have taken a huge hit since this story came out. He is either one of the biggest liars and exploiters of tragedy(even if its fake tragedy) we have ever seen or is an all time dumb person. Many people will find it hard to root for him after all of this so it seems like it will be really tough for him to be a leader of men in a locker room.

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