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: April 08, 2011, 10:09:07 PM

 
Havent read the whole article yet but here is a little tidbit.
"You had the 1974 draft for the Steelers, the 1991 draft for the Cowboys, the 1995 draft for the Packers, that defining class, that class that helped the guys that were already there accelerate the process," said Dominik. "You can always find that class with the great championship teams, and I'm optimistic that 2010 is ours."


http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d81f28080/article/buccaneers-banking-on-2010-draft-class-to-be-among-best-ever?module=HP_cp2

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#1 : April 08, 2011, 10:35:59 PM

2010 was the deepest overall NFL draft since 1983.


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#2 : April 09, 2011, 12:04:17 AM

Good thing we took advantage of it, eh Java?


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#3 : April 09, 2011, 12:34:16 AM

The thing that will hold this class back is the fact that we took 2 dime a dozen DT's with out first two picks.


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#4 : April 09, 2011, 12:50:20 AM

The thing that will hold this class back is the fact that we took 2 dime a dozen DT's with out first two picks.
Name a better DT in this draft then McCoy or Price?

Ryan Kerrigan for 2011 Please!!!

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#5 : April 09, 2011, 12:55:36 AM

Lamar Houston is better than both of those guys. Eric Berry and Houston would have made a great draft.


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#6 : April 09, 2011, 12:59:21 AM

Didnt Grimm get the same production as Berry?

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#7 : April 09, 2011, 01:12:19 AM

Didnt Grimm get the same production as Berry?

Close.  Berry had a sack every eight games, a pick every four games, and 5.3 tackles per contest.  Grimm didn't have any sacks, but he had an interception every four and a half games, and 5.7 tackles per game.

Eric Berry was better -- noticeably better -- but he should have been.  He was drafted 205 places before Cody Grimm.


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#8 : April 09, 2011, 01:41:26 AM

Good thing we took advantage of it, eh Java?


Every team in the league did.


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#9 : April 09, 2011, 03:34:43 AM

Houson had a good year, but not really sure how you could come to such a conclusion based on 1 season. Especially when Price only played a handful of games. I guess you got a sweet crystal ball.



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#10 : April 09, 2011, 08:35:14 AM


Havent read the whole article yet but here is a little tidbit.
"You had the 1974 draft for the Steelers, the 1991 draft for the Cowboys, the 1995 draft for the Packers, that defining class, that class that helped the guys that were already there accelerate the process," said Dominik. "You can always find that class with the great championship teams, and I'm optimistic that 2010 is ours."


http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d81f28080/article/buccaneers-banking-on-2010-draft-class-to-be-among-best-ever?module=HP_cp2


Oh please. ::)   WAY too early to even call it a good draft (see Michael Clayton,  Cadillac Williams).
Sounds like Dom might be reading too many news clippings & getting too full of himself.....

 


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#11 : April 09, 2011, 09:30:05 AM


Havent read the whole article yet but here is a little tidbit.
"You had the 1974 draft for the Steelers, the 1991 draft for the Cowboys, the 1995 draft for the Packers, that defining class, that class that helped the guys that were already there accelerate the process," said Dominik. "You can always find that class with the great championship teams, and I'm optimistic that 2010 is ours."


http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d81f28080/article/buccaneers-banking-on-2010-draft-class-to-be-among-best-ever?module=HP_cp2


Oh please. ::)   WAY too early to even call it a good draft (see Michael Clayton,  Cadillac Williams).
Sounds like Dom might be reading too many news clippings & getting too full of himself.....

But out of those 2 drafts none of the others taken had the impact that even Cody Grimm had, let alone Benn or Mike Williams.


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#12 : April 09, 2011, 10:03:09 AM


Havent read the whole article yet but here is a little tidbit.
"You had the 1974 draft for the Steelers, the 1991 draft for the Cowboys, the 1995 draft for the Packers, that defining class, that class that helped the guys that were already there accelerate the process," said Dominik. "You can always find that class with the great championship teams, and I'm optimistic that 2010 is ours."


http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d81f28080/article/buccaneers-banking-on-2010-draft-class-to-be-among-best-ever?module=HP_cp2


Oh please. ::)   WAY too early to even call it a good draft (see Michael Clayton,  Cadillac Williams).
Sounds like Dom might be reading too many news clippings & getting too full of himself.....

But out of those 2 drafts none of the others taken had the impact that even Cody Grimm had, let alone Benn or Mike Williams.

Caddy was ROY and Clayton had one of the best rookie WR seasons in NFL history. Don't know what you're talking about.

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#13 : April 09, 2011, 10:22:51 AM


Havent read the whole article yet but here is a little tidbit.
"You had the 1974 draft for the Steelers, the 1991 draft for the Cowboys, the 1995 draft for the Packers, that defining class, that class that helped the guys that were already there accelerate the process," said Dominik. "You can always find that class with the great championship teams, and I'm optimistic that 2010 is ours."


http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d81f28080/article/buccaneers-banking-on-2010-draft-class-to-be-among-best-ever?module=HP_cp2


Oh please. ::)   WAY too early to even call it a good draft (see Michael Clayton,  Cadillac Williams).
Sounds like Dom might be reading too many news clippings & getting too full of himself.....

But out of those 2 drafts none of the others taken had the impact that even Cody Grimm had, let alone Benn or Mike Williams.

Caddy was ROY and Clayton had one of the best rookie WR seasons in NFL history. Don't know what you're talking about.

Outside of those 2 guys in their respective classes no one had the impact that even Grimm had.


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#14 : April 09, 2011, 09:00:27 PM

Caddy was ROY and Clayton had one of the best rookie WR seasons in NFL history. Don't know what you're talking about.

Carnell was ROY in a VERY weak group. Put his #s up against the rookies the following year and he wouldn't have even been top 5 in the votes. He does have a kool nickname, though.

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