I really think they should think about Berry here. He knows the Tampa 2 better than Raheem Morris (the worst coach in the NFL BTW.. I said it!). But they take the big country boy who oddly reminds me of Warren Sapp.
QUICK... name a Seattle Seahawk safety. Exactly. This team is deprived of star power on defense and they need a safety. Its a match made in heaven. The only way they screw this up is if Carroll wants to get Mays later and they grab the OT here.
They traded Wimbley and just like the Seahawks they need star power on defense. Morgan might now be the flashiest pick but he will come in and make an impact in a divison with Carson Palmer and Joe Flacco.
Either they pick him here and now, or risk losing him to Cleveland, Buffalo, San Francisco or someone else later. This pick generates tremendous excitement and I guarantee season tickets will be sold out the first hour they are available.
McDaniels has to make good on trading away Marshall and can do just that by securing the best receiver to come out of college since Calvin Johnson. Maurkice Pouncey can still be had later via trade up.
Walter Jones is unofficially retired, so someone has to fill the HOFers shoes. Bulaga or Anthony Davis would provide some protection to Whitehurst for years to come. RB CJ Spiller is too similar to Justin Forsett to take this high.
I really don't see the Steelers standing behind Ben much longer. They seem to be irritated and ready to move on. Grabbing Clausen here could be a great stroke of luck and if he's on the board they absolutely must consider it.
The Texans famously don't draft runners in the first round, but how long are they going to be abused by Chris Johnson, Joseph Addai, Donald Brown, and Maurice Jones Drew to reconsider that? It looks like this year they will ignore RB again and select the best DB left on the board.
This just seems like a Bengals pick. All the talent in the world with a questionable motor to run it. Marvin Lewis has gotten his bang for the buck with gambling on Rey Maualuga and Cedrick Benson in the past. Grabbing a super talented 300 lb. that just needs to be motivated has a Marvin Lewis move written all over it.
Publicly they are saying they are comfortable with Tavaris Jackson. Sure they are, that's why Brad Childress looks like he is going to piss himself any time someone mentions the thought of Favre retiring.
Charles Brown could also be the guy here, either way it needs to be a lineman and not another WR. If Peyton is going to play for another 5-6 years you cannot let him get hit as many times as he did in the Super Bowl. Pouncey can play guard to start and move to center as Saturday gets older.
As usual, the champs get to make what seems like a luxury pick. Its looking more and more like Darren Sharper will go to the highest bidder this season, and Malcom Jenkins may see the field as his replacement.