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Postby portisfan24 » Wed Jul 21, 2004 2:02 pm

assuming CJ, moss, harrison, ward and TO are gone, who is worthy of the next picks? ive got some guys in mind but none of them sound too inviting.
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Postby Cornbread Maxwell » Wed Jul 21, 2004 2:24 pm

Coles
Mason
Horn
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Moulds
DJax
SMoss
SSmith

I think there is a 2nd teir after the top 5 of Coles, Mason, and Horn - after those you have guys who broke out last yr but have serious questions on whether they can do it again.
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Postby maddog60 » Wed Jul 21, 2004 2:31 pm

sorry, misread it first, and assumed Tory Holt was in that top 5. If not, he's clearly your best choice.

#6 Ward - he could easily play better than CJ this year depending how much Palmer sturggles early in the season.
#7 Mason - very underrated, and can usually be had in the second round
#8 Coles - equal value to mason, slightly more injury risk and wont last past 3rd round, but worth the pickup mid-late 3rd.
#9 Horn - he's getting older, but Brooks gets better every year, and a helathy #2 WR will help draw coverage to keep him good this year.
#10 S. Moss/D-Jax/S. Smith - These three guys are really too on par to rank any one of them as the definite #10. I wouldnt feel particularly well about having any as my #1 WR, but would love either of them at #2.

Other notables:

Moulds - Will bounce back, but how much? Lee Evans developement as a #2 WR is crucial for Moulds.

Price - He's being taken way to high for an underperformer with an overrated QB, but you might get lucky and someone slips because Price is taken late 3rd/early 4th.

Andre Johnson/Boldin - too young to trust as #1 WRs, though Johnson has a chance of falling far enough that he's worth picking up.
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Postby portisfan24 » Wed Jul 21, 2004 2:32 pm

alrite thanks guys, those were basically the guys i had in mind. i just wanted a second opinion on it. thanks
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Postby Bears_Fan » Wed Jul 21, 2004 2:58 pm

QUOTE: think there is a 2nd teir after the top 5 of Coles, Mason, and Horn -
THere is a 2nd tier after top 5 harrsn/owen/cj/war/holt and horn isn't in it. Steve smith is faster with better offense than horn and in his prime. After top 5 id say coles/mason/smith are next three key gusy. Horn is overrated, injures, brooks sucking, and deuce, should all make him 10-15 slot.
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Postby Vlad the Impaler_ffc » Wed Jul 21, 2004 3:51 pm

I agree with Bear's fan. Horn is on the decline. He has never been a TD guy. Last year's total was a fluke. I think he got almost half of them running up the score against a Giants team that tried to wave the white flag in the first quarter. He has always been a consistent yards guy, but even that slipped last year. If you factor the yardage slip and take out the fluke TD game, you get a better idea of what he will do this year. Somebody in your draft will take him too early based on name recognition . . .don't be that guy.
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