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  1. He was a bit of a whiner as well. I don`t think he was well received in the locker room. Like to throw OL under the bus and what not. However, I agree with Jim Brown, Dickerson could have been the best of all-time.
  2. Yep, I almost forgot about Hayden being a WR. Good one.
  3. I like this pick. Read his player profile converted from WR. Best football is ahead of him. Probably won`t play much this year though.
  4. I like Jordan Evans LB for Colts next.
  5. I`m curious to where he plays and does a 6-8 350lb OL fit a ZBS or am I missing something.
  6. I guess my biggest concern with Perine is how he fits in a ZBS. His game seems to be power, not one-cut and go. Perine`s game is more about power, which doesn`t seem ideal for the Colts.
  7. I completely agree with you. I thought Mixon would have been smart in the 2nd Rd. A good RB will do a lot for Luck and the defense. Mixon could've been that guy. It`s possible to find a late Rd gem, but it's easier said than done.
  8. I guess the best question about the remaining RB`s, is which one fits best in a ZBS. I would think Marlon Mack, but that just a guess.
  9. I hope not, but the reality is that Ballard could not fix everything in one draft.
  10. Dorian Johnson OG, Fits best in a ZBS Davon Godchaux DT Wayne Gallman RB Connor Harris ILB
  11. I think just a little too early for Douglas. He should be available in the 3rd and maybe 4th round. Love his size at CB. Only a one-year starter I think hurts him a bit.
  12. Lots of holes to fill with only so many picks. Ballard won`t be able to address or fix everything in this draft. What he needs to do is make good selections like he did with Hooker and follow his board.
  13. I would hope Mixon out of that list, but doubt he gets past the Bengals. I`d be okay with Cook in the 2nd.

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