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I've grown more impressed with Manti as I've watched tape of the guy. Dudes a baller.Would be a good pick up, but I think Dom would have to jump into the top ten to get him though. Good thing is, Dom does have a extra fourth to work with, so I suppose he could do so without too much cost.Although, unless we have some backup plan to pick up a corner in the second, trade for a corner, and/or pick up Grimes, I would advise against drafting Te'o. only in that we cannot cure the cornerback problems if we're yet again stuck with talent at Wright's level at best. However, if Dom somehow managed a Grimes, Cro, Te'o deal we would be freaking set. Ha, dreams are nice.
If Manti Teo is there at #13, go for it. Give Quincy an injury settlement.
Quote from: The Anti-Java on January 01, 2013, 01:38:38 AMIf Manti Teo is there at #13, go for it. Give Quincy an injury settlement.As great as that would be. I don't think Teo lasts until 13.
FRG is the most logical poster on this board. You guys just don\'t like where the logical conclusions take you.
Quote from: Behind Enemy Lines on January 01, 2013, 10:16:09 AMQuote from: The Anti-Java on January 01, 2013, 01:38:38 AMIf Manti Teo is there at #13, go for it. Give Quincy an injury settlement.As great as that would be. I don't think Teo lasts until 13. He'd be a great replacement for Foster. But he won't be there at 13. That meaningless win over the Falcons will haunt the Bucs for years.
I don't think the Bucs should move up to take Teo however if he's there at 13 he'd be my pick. This would move Foster outside and off the field more often and probably will improve the pass defense. They can grab corners in FA and later in the draft.
Black is a baller.
I still can't believe the Quincy Black signing. That was about the oddest signing they have ever had. Way overpaid.
Cut Quincy Black