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RustShack
02-27-2009, 11:36 AM
1. Aaron Curry OLB Wake Forest 97
2. Michael Crabtree WR Texas Tech 97
3. Jason Smith OT Baylor 96
4. B.J. Raji DT Boston College 96
5. Eugene Monroe OT Virginia 95
6. Brian Orakpo DE Texas 95
7. Matthew Stafford QB Georgia 95
8. Andre Smith OT Alabama 94
9. Mark Sanchez QB USC 94
10. Malcolm Jenkins CB Ohio State 94
11. Aaron Maybin DE Penn State 94
12. Jeremy Maclin WR Missouri 94
13. Everette Brown DE Florida State 93
14. Knowshon Moreno RB Georgia 93
15. Tyson Jackson DE LSU 92
16. Chris Wells RB Ohio State 92
17. Michael Oher OT Mississippi 92
18. Rey Maualuga ILB USC 92
19. Percy Harvin WR Florida 92
20. Clay Matthews OLB USC 92
21. Brian Cushing OLB USC 91
22. Peria Jerry DT Mississippi 91
23. Josh Freeman QB Kansas State 91
24. Vontae Davis CB Illinois 91
25. Brandon Pettigrew TE Oklahoma State 91
26. Hakeem Nicks WR North Carolina 91
27. Darrius Heyward-Bey WR Maryland 90
28. Louis Delmas S Western Michigan 90
29. LeSean McCoy RB Pittsburgh 90
30. James Laurinaitis ILB Ohio State 90
31. Robert Ayers DE Tennessee 90
32. Alphonso Smith CB Wake Forest 9

'Hamas' Jenkins
02-27-2009, 11:40 AM
Assuming that these grades are true to form, the draft should pan out this way (according to positional value)

1. Stafford
2. J. Smith
3. Sanchez
4. Crabtree
5. Orakpo
6. Monroe
7. Raji
8. Curry
9. A. Smith
10. Maybin

OnTheWarpath58
02-27-2009, 11:46 AM
Assuming that these grades are true to form, the draft should pan out this way (according to positional value)

1. Stafford
2. J. Smith
3. Sanchez
4. Crabtree
5. Orakpo
6. Monroe
7. Raji
8. Curry
9. A. Smith
10. Maybin

The only thing I might do different is switch Orakpo and Curry. I think Cleveland jumps on him if he's there.

Chiefnj2
02-27-2009, 11:46 AM
Assuming that these grades are true to form, the draft should pan out this way (according to positional value)

1. Stafford
2. J. Smith
3. Sanchez
4. Crabtree
5. Orakpo
6. Monroe
7. Raji
8. Curry
9. A. Smith
10. Maybin


Just curious. In your opinion what is an acceptable number of spots a QB can move up because of positional value? Wright has Sanchez at 12 or so. Is it okay to move him up to 3? If by draft day he slips to 16 is it still okay to grab him at 3?

ncCHIEFfan
02-28-2009, 08:27 AM
Ya know what is sad? All the "experts" around the NFL continue to echo Sanchez is not a top 10 pick but Chief fans want to use our #3 pick for the guy, unbelievable!

SBK
02-28-2009, 09:27 AM
Ya know what is sad? All the "experts" around the NFL continue to echo Sanchez is not a top 10 pick but Chief fans want to use our #3 pick for the guy, unbelievable!

These 'experts' you quote are so smart that the NFL pays them to do their scouting.

You're not one of the 22 guys we could pull of the street and get better results.

ncCHIEFfan
02-28-2009, 09:38 AM
These 'experts' you quote are so smart that the NFL pays them to do their scouting.

You're not one of the 22 guys we could pull of the street and get better results.

Never said I was. Dude I am just a live and die Chiefs Fan. I don't want to see them reach at #3 just because we need a QB. We need a lot of players!

mylittlepony
02-28-2009, 10:25 AM
Assuming that these grades are true to form, the draft should pan out this way (according to positional value)

1. Stafford
2. J. Smith
3. Sanchez
4. Crabtree
5. Orakpo
6. Monroe
7. Raji
8. Curry
9. A. Smith
10. Maybin

I think you have WR to high. Crabtree should probably be #6 at best. I also think Curry doesnt drop past Raji. DT arent that higher valued then LB atleast not the type of DT Raji is. Apart from that :clap: spot on.

milkman
03-07-2009, 09:34 AM
I think you have WR to high. Crabtree should probably be #6 at best. I also think Curry doesnt drop past Raji. DT arent that higher valued then LB atleast not the type of DT Raji is. Apart from that :clap: spot on.

A NT is a higher value position than a non-pass rushing ILB.