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    Standings for draft purposes

    Add what you like but I wanna track the top 5-6 teams who have a chance to still draft ahead of the Bengals. And a guess at the corresponding player they might pick if it stays the same.

    Coming into today's games.

    #1 - Detroit (0-13)
    #2 - Cincy (1-11-1)
    #3 - K.C. (2-11)
    #4 - Seattle (2-11)
    #5 - St. Louis (2-11)
    #6 - Oakland (3-10)
    #7 - Cleveland (4-9)

    After Today's games.

    #1 - Detroit (0-14) Matt Stafford QB
    #2 - St. Louis (2-12) Andre Smith OT
    #3 - K.C. (2-12) Malcolm Jenkins CB/S or Trade Down
    #4 - Cincy (2-11-1) Rey Maualuga LB
    #5 - Seattle (3-11) Chris Wells RB
    #6 - Oakland (3-11) Michael Crabtree WR
    #7 - Cleveland (Has not played yet) If they win they are eliminated from this conversation.
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    Re: Standings for draft purposes

    Mike Brown has to love dropping out of the top two, I am sure he is praying they win out so it will cost him less money when he drafts a running back or wide reciever with that draft pick.
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    I hate everything about Mike Brown.
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    Re: Standings for draft purposes

    Quote Originally Posted by Redhook View Post
    I hate everything about Mike Brown.
    You and me share similar feelings when it comes to Mike Brown.
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    I'm not on the Rey Maualuga bandwagon.

    He has great potential, don't get me wrong, but it doesn't make any sense to draft linebackers when we can't even win a battle in the trenches. Maualuga does nothing to help with that.

    The last thing this team needs right now is linebackers, or for that matter any defensive player not on the front line.
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    Oher is tackle prospect 1a. If they can't get Smith you take Oher, or vice versa.
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    Re: Standings for draft purposes

    We'll take Oher at 4 unless he grades out terribly at pre-draft combines and camps. If we fall any farther, (it is not out of the realm of possibilities that we win our final 2 games vs. a Dorsey-led CLE and KC at PBS) it'd be Wells or Mauluga.
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    Re: Standings for draft purposes

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigLebowski View Post
    We'll take Oher at 4 unless he grades out terribly at pre-draft combines and camps. If we fall any farther, (it is not out of the realm of possibilities that we win our final 2 games vs. a Dorsey-led CLE and KC at PBS) it'd be Wells or Mauluga.
    I look for us to pick likely in the 5-6-7 range. Odds are likely we will win out against Cleveland and KC. That being said, I look for Oher and possibly Smith to be gone if the above happens. St Louis and Kansas City both need O-Line help.

    If we do fall, I wouldn't mind seeing us take either Eugene Monroe or Michael Johnson.

    And I do believe Knowshon Moreno will be better than Beanie Wells.
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    Re: Standings for draft purposes

    Can Michael Crabtree even be drafted? If I'm not mistaken he is a sophomore and I thought you had to be at least a junior.
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    Re: Standings for draft purposes

    Quote Originally Posted by Emin3mShady07 View Post
    Can Michael Crabtree even be drafted? If I'm not mistaken he is a sophomore and I thought you had to be at least a junior.
    Redshirt sophmores can be drafted.
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    Re: Standings for draft purposes

    I'm sorry but they need lineman. They need lineman bad. So i wonder which rb/wr/lb/db they'll take.
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    Re: Standings for draft purposes

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfandan View Post
    I'm sorry but they need lineman. They need lineman bad. So i wonder which rb/wr/lb/db they'll take.
    The 2 mock drafts I've seen thus far have the Mike Brungles taking Beanie Wells or Jeremy Maclin. Wells, I could almost live with because he's damn good, but Maclin makes less than no sense. I've seen Maclin play a lot because my wife's family is from Mizzou. He's fast and explosive. He's basically Teddy Ginn Jr. all over again.

    They need guys in the trenches on both sides of the ball. Difference makers. It's so simple, yet Mikey boy doesn't get it and never will.



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    Re: Standings for draft purposes

    Quote Originally Posted by Redhook View Post
    The 2 mock drafts I've seen thus far have the Mike Brungles taking Beanie Wells or Jeremy Maclin. Wells, I could almost live with because he's damn good, but Maclin makes less than no sense. I've seen Maclin play a lot because my wife's family is from Mizzou. He's fast and explosive. He's basically Teddy Ginn Jr. all over again.

    They need guys in the trenches on both sides of the ball. Difference makers. It's so simple, yet Mikey boy doesn't get it and never will.



    P.S. - I still hate him.
    If the Bengals select Jeremy Maclin, the NFL will be dead to me.

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    If the Bengals select Jeremy Maclin, the NFL will be dead to me.
    The NFL is already on life support for me. I've watched maybe 1 game the whole way through all season. Until the NFL 1) does something to clamp down on players who sign contracts with huge up-front signing bonuses and then try to hold their teams hostage for a trade or new contract; and 2) treats all teams equally when it comes to things like disciplinary matters and violating league rules, I'm going to be a tough sell. I might jump on the bandwagon if the Bengals are doing well, but I just don't think I can get into it as much as I used to anymore.
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    Rey Maualuga.
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