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Re: Make one more move or stand pat?

Postby broseph jacobs » Tue Jun 04, 2013 2:28 am

Sex Panther wrote:
Marcus Lattimore is a calculated risk you can hope to land at 12, stash him all year and hope he's the guy in SF by 2015 when your RB are really old...


This is exactly what I was thinking. At 12, you can drop Stephen Hill (not only questions about his QB, but questions about his performance as well), and do a sly draft move for Lattimore.

But then I though, might 12 be too low a position to guarantee you nab Lattimore?? I see 9, maybe 10 players going before him. But not 11. You gotta figure the top 11 would look something like Manuel, G. Smith, Bernard, Lacy, Bell, Ball, Franklin, Austin, Barkley?, 10??, 11?? Might be too high a risk. God forbid someone else is thinking Lattimore!

That being said, if you can predict Lattimore will be available depending on the other teams' needs (???), I would not move Floyd. I think he's going to have a big future, and the offseason chatter about him has all been positive thus far.
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Re: Make one more move or stand pat?

Postby Jason497 » Tue Jun 25, 2013 9:56 pm

May need to make one more move afterall with Aaron Hernandez there, lol.
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