2nd Round (58)- Zach Brown, OLB, North Carolina: I'm desperatly shutting out reality and praying that we actually spend our top selection on an outside linebacker. Maybe it'll actually happen this year! What? No, I'm totally not crying right now. 3rd Round (90)- Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma: No hometown discount? What if we throw in a side of coleslaw? ...OK then. Looks like we're drafting a WR. A lot of people are down on Broyles, but I think he'll become an elite Wide Reciever. 4th Round (122)- Star Lotluelelei, DT, Utah: We really need raw talent at Defensive Tackle and... OK, I admit it, he had me at the name. 5th Round (154) Shea McClelin, DE, Boise State: I don't understand how this guy wouldn't be drafted earlier. We need to get to the Quarterback. He could easily convert to DT or LB if needed. 6th Round (166 & 169) T.J Graham, WR, N.C State: Graham could flourish under our system. (then again, who couldn't?) Dexter Heyman, OLB, Louisville: I've always been high on prospects from Louisville, but Heyman can tackle with the best of them. Plus, with a 40 time as low as 4.49, he's one of the fastest LB prospects. 7th Round (218) A kicker. Any Kicker. PLEASE. Garrett Hartley can't hit a 20 yarder in OT to save his life. Probably Blair Walsh from Georgia or Will Snyderdine from Duke. *Note: I'm not sure why the picks are bundled together. I spaced them apart, but it refuses to stay that way. If anyone can point out a way to fix that, please tell me.
Which Of these picks was the worst. (The Equevilent of Rush being the best selling band ever. That comment was a year ago, and it still stings.)
All Of Them. (11 votes)
Who's Star Lotluelelei? (15 votes)
...Hamburgers? (13 votes)
39 total votes