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After seeing Kiper's latest mock draft, if Hightower went to my Steelers, holy hell. I might explode (no homo). He would be a terror in our 3-4.
Whose is your team and what player would you love to get, also who would do well at your team?
As a Dolphan, I'd love to see Trent fall and them take him...
Steelers fan. Would love to get Upshaw to play Jack in the 3-4 even though our OLBs are both Pro Bowlers. But Harrison is getting older.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by BamaBornDukie 2 years ago
Pats: Mark freakin Barron
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Dolphins, pick up manning and trade down for rd 1 and 2, take Barron...
well, i'm 90% sure Steelers will get Hightower and almost as sure they pick up Chapman in the 3rd round. I am all for Donta to the Steelers or Ravens, he fits those two the best.
I want Trent to Tampa because he would be a good fit, he wouldn't have to carry the load with Blount there and shorted his career with 35 carries per game and I could see him play with a short drive....lol
I would rather see Barron a Cowboy than a JET, I believe Upshaw would wreak havoc with the Jets......
Dolphins, and I'd like Peyton w/ Trent in the backfield. However, I kinda agree with the other post, that we should probably trade down and pick defensive players.
Jeremiah 29:11 - 'For I know the plans that I have for you, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.'
As a Jacksonville, FL resident and Jags fan, we need all the help we can get, especially receiver and DB.
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