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    Can Reggie bring back C. Woodson next year for us?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkLordAlDavis View Post
    I am a long suffering ND fan hoping this miracle season has 1 more win in it. So drafting Te'o is alright by me......

    At the very least you know the guy loves football.....
    Me too XD.

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    Draft him and he'll turn into the next Kirk/Nap/Ro within 2 years. Get somebody to put in front, then get some inside backers in the 2nd - 4th rounds the next couple of years.

    We need a pass rush, offensive linemen, a stout DT, and a RB in this draft. Take a DE or trade down. Of course, if Geno drops to us ...

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    No choice but to draft Te'o

    Tank for Te'o!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmeraldCityR8r View Post
    Much rather have Jarvis Jones or Damontre Moore. Teo sounds like a great leader but look at his tackles game by game, not very impressive. Damontre has 12.5 sacks and leads the SEC
    Thank you. People, Teo is a great college player that may be a good pro....but he is NOT top five talent. He is not Willis, Lewis or Urlacher. We need an edge rusher and a FS above all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderHEAT View Post
    Considering some of our pick ups...I am starting to doubt I know what an RM type player is at all.
    Burris, Bergstorm, Bilukidi, Criner are all playing...

    Criner is the #3 WR, Bilukidi played a lot against the Bengals, and Bergstorm will be starting by the end of the year or next season.

    I wonder if the Raiders would trade down since a lot of Top Teams like trading up because of the Rookie Cap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver Sabbath View Post
    Thank you. People, Teo is a great college player that may be a good pro....but he is NOT top five talent. He is not Willis, Lewis or Urlacher. We need an edge rusher and a FS above all.

    Te'o is a Top 10 player but he will be drafted in the top 5

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    Te'o may not have the sacks that jones has but jones certainly doesnt come close to having the amount of picks that Te'o has

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    I think Te'o will be a very good player in the NFL, but top 5 is WAY too early to draft a non-pass rushing lb IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTG View Post
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    Leader in college doesn't always transfer to the NFL..........Rolando McClain was a leader at Alabama........mmmmmmmmm not so much here
    McClain was a great player in Bama, but he was not the leader. He never display the heart Te'o displays every single play. He made good plays behind a great front, and he was effective. Te'o has his fair share of talent around him, but if this season is any indication, he's the guy that steps up the most when the team desperately needs him to. Goal line stands? Turnover the close the game? Simply put, the guy makes plays when the team needs someone to make plays. He reminds me a lot of Polamalu in a sense, that when you need someone to step up, he's the guy that takes the challenge.
    I didn't say he was THE leader but all they talked about was how smart he was and that he was a leader.....I don't really care about what you did in college, I want to see what you do as a Raider after you get broke off

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmeraldCityR8r View Post
    Much rather have Jarvis Jones or Damontre Moore. Teo sounds like a great leader but look at his tackles game by game, not very impressive. Damontre has 12.5 sacks and leads the SEC
    This. Rolando was all hype, leadership, Saban calling him smartest player he's ever coached or whatever. I'm tired of that stupid sht, just give me a talented player so that SOMEONE will be able to coach him into a beast.
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    Not against drafting Te'o... But I'd like see the Raiders draft a pass rusher with their first pick... Jarvis Jones, Bjoern Werner, Barkevious Mingo, Damotre Moore...

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    Star Lotulelei.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmeraldCityR8r View Post
    Much rather have Jarvis Jones or Damontre Moore. Teo sounds like a great leader but look at his tackles game by game, not very impressive. Damontre has 12.5 sacks and leads the SEC
    Actually Jadeveon Clowney of South Carolina leads the SEC in sacks

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    No choice but to draft Te'o

    Teo isn't worth a top 5 pick. He isn't Patrick Willis. Oak needs DL or an OLB that can get sacks/pressure

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