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    oh total man love on my part

    but that being said, none of you would have turned away patrick peterson a few years back just because hes dumb as a rock, or mo last year...dont know why patterson is getting all the **** for being stupid, its not like hes a QB or an offensive lineman....the two positions where it doest actually matter if you are smart (sometimes)

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    NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah is hearing the same thing. At 6-foot-2, 216 pounds with 4.42 wheels, Patterson is a freak athlete, but a raw route runner. He's also been nicked for his tendency to "body catch," though he didn't struggle with drops in college. Patterson was reportedly "very unimpressive" in his Combine interviews. Patterson has legitimate question marks, but he could end up one of the steals of the draft if he falls to day two. Apr 10 - 2:16 PM

    http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/...elle-patterson

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    Cordarrelle Paterson dropping out of the 1st round

    I say get Eifert 1st round, he's too fast for LB's and too big for DB's. Hes an all around monster. I watched some of his games and the dude can ball.

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    what a cliche...ive seen linebackers and DBs cover eifert before lol

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    I bet Eifert can learn and run all his routes in training camp and start and almost make us forget that heath will be back at T-Day.... that would be the 1st round pick.. A Starter.

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    What if this talk we're hearing about this being Troy's last here in Pittsburgh is true? I am ill-prepared for that inevitability and yet I am able to write that I think that Kenny Vaccaro is more compelling in the first than Eifert.

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    vaccaro is not that good....elam is the best safety

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    If we take Eiffert like everyone is clamoring for, we better cut Heath and his big *** contract....I know he's not finished, but those 2 TE's won't work like Gronk/Hernandez, Heath/Eifert are to similar of players. I don't really like Eifert at 17 though. I'd prefer him in the mid 20's, so a trade back would be needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    vaccaro is not that good....elam is the best safety
    This is spot on.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    vaccaro is not that good....elam is the best safety
    Damn right he is lol. Honestly though, Vaccaro can play but I don't get all the hoopla. Elam is a man out there though. Nose for the ball, playmaker, good tackler, big hitter, can play in the box SS or center fielder from the FS position, not to mention he can cover slot receivers. Good hands. <3

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