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    NFLcom article on strength of each position in draft class

    Obviously just another "expert's" opinion but I found it kinda interesting, especially since he has Interior Oline ranked last - behind TE's even.

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...is-years-class

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muddler View Post
    Obviously just another "expert's" opinion but I found it kinda interesting, especially since he has Interior Oline ranked last - behind TE's even.

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...is-years-class
    interesting, yes. but doesn't mean a low ranked position doesn't have a good prospect or two. if there is a run on one position like there often is, then a star in a 'shallow' position becomes availalbe. we will know in a few weeks

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    He isn't totally wrong but I would shove TE behind interior O-line. He mentioned how some Ts could convert inside and that is pretty much a norm. I could apple and orange it but overall I think he is in the ball park.


    Keep in mind the list shifts once your first round has been selected. When teams run on a position and semi reach on need.

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    GOOD read Muddler.


    He is saying Josh Jone's could end up as a Guard, interesting as we need one of those..............






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    Just more food for thought anyway. I thought it was of interest because I've pretty much been all over drafting either a WR or RB on offense or a LB on defense but lately I've been thinking....."hmmm, maybe its time to restock the oline" since the blocking last year was subpar IMO. Now I start to waffle back the other way. I think this draft is going to be kinda fascinating, even without a first rounder. Not many real "holes" on either side of the LOS and lots of ways the team could go with their second rounder.

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    Zierlein is very good at analysis...He is one of my favorite guys to read...

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