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#15 : April 15, 2009, 04:14:51 PM

If the lions were smart they would take him #1. He is a safer pick than Stafford.

where would they play him?

Wide Receiver


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#16 : April 15, 2009, 04:25:32 PM

If the lions were smart they would take him #1. He is a safer pick than Stafford.

where would they play him?

He is a strong side linebacker; I forgot however that the lions traded for Peterson and you can't move Curry to the weak side because they already have sims; I'm not sure how he would fare in the middle.

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#17 : April 15, 2009, 04:43:50 PM


Harvin is the most talented player in this draft...


I stopped reading here. That's a ridiculous statement. If he wasn't a Gator NO ONE here would want him as our 1st pick at 19.

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#18 : April 15, 2009, 07:14:18 PM

Being a fan of Harvin IMO he is a top 12 talent, and it is hard sometimes to decipher a playmaker or talent on defense as compared to offense.
That being said Harvin is a better playmaker than most but he's not the best talent out there Crabtree and Maclin are better WR's not saying Harivn's a bad reciver just stating the facts.
IMO the most talented playe rin the draft is Aaron Curry.
Followed by Crabtree.
But at 19 the BPA will most likely be Harvin.


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