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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    if the falcons want 17 its going to cost 30 and 60
    at least that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    if the falcons want 17 its going to cost 30 and 60
    It would'nt cost more to move up 13 spots in RD1?

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    I like him. I am not dying for him but I would be happy with that pick.

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    What a strange question. If anything it should be like "At 17, what 10 players do you consider acceptable?"... There's way too many "acceptable" options... Maybe if you had a list of 5-10 players to choose from it would be a better question.

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    theres not many players i would HATE this draft, at least at 17...sheldon richardson would be one, Alec Ogletree another. I wouldnt be THRILLED with a handful of guys like vaccaro or eifert, but i think they are good enough players to take. This story is gonna be the story of who im mad they passed on rather than the guy they take

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    Not Patterson....He will be another Wallace. No Thanks!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LevonKirkland99 View Post
    Not Patterson....He will be another Wallace. No Thanks!!!
    You mean having statistically one of the most productive careers through a recievers first few years in the history of the league? hmmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big T View Post
    You mean having statistically one of the most productive careers through a recievers first few years in the history of the league? hmmm...
    I know you love Wallace...others on this board love wallace too . Wallace is swimming in money right now...and we have to start all over again...hmmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by LevonKirkland99 View Post
    I know you love Wallace...others on this board love wallace too . Wallace is swimming in money right now...and we have to start all over again...hmmmm
    The Steelers dropped the ball. They couldve given him 10-11 mil a year last year but instead paid Antonio Brown what they were offering Wallace. Wallace played it right and, even with a somewhat down year, got a **** ton more money than he would've gotten here. I have no problem with his "holdout" (in quotes because he was technically a free agent without a contract), and the James Harrison situation is exactly why. People will bash holdouts saying to "abide by their contract" or "honor" the contract they signed (even though Mike Wallace played out his and was not under contract), but the organization doesn't do it. When they don't think you're worth it anymore they just tear it up and dump you. The same people that bash Wallace for his "holdout" bash Harrison for not taking a paycut. Hypocrisy at its finest.

    Mike Wallace will always be a favorite of mine. Again, the James Harrison situation is exactly why I don't understand all the hate Wallace received.

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    Wallace did a fine Desean Jackson imitation last year. THAT'S why people are so hard on him. He QUIT on the field on plays. The worse thing an athlete can do is quit.
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