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    Re: Ok, here it is....my official projected 2013 roster



    Quote Originally Posted by bmorecareful View Post
    Kapron Lewis-Moore would have been probably a mid-to-late round pick if he wouldn't have blown his ACL in the BCS. I feel really bad for the kid and hope he can catch onto an NFL at some point. He would be a good run-stopping 3-4 DE. ND was already getting gashed by the run before he left the game but you could really see how much they missed him on that DL.
    Yea, I notably left him out because I saw him as a late rounder prior to the ACL, and now is going to have to make it as a UDFA. I saw a little of Cory Redding in him.




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    Re: Ok, here it is....my official projected 2013 roster

    Quote Originally Posted by bmorecareful View Post
    Both of the ND RBs should probably get drafted,
    Riddick is unique because he had two years as a RB and two as a WR and he was productive in both roles. I'm not sure he would fit every team's needs, but I could see him having a productive career with a team like New England or Green Bay, that has a lot of screens and short passing plays.




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    Re: Ok, here it is....my official projected 2013 roster

    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDaniel View Post
    Riddick is unique because he had two years as a RB and two as a WR and he was productive in both roles. I'm not sure he would fit every team's needs, but I could see him having a productive career with a team like New England or Green Bay, that has a lot of screens and short passing plays.
    Agreed. This is a copycat league, and plenty of teams have seen what guys like Percy Harvin, Darren Sproles, and Randall Cobb can do. The "gadget" player is becoming one of the hot new trends in the NFL along with the "mismatch TE." Guys who are explosive returning kicks and punts, running routes, and working out of the backfield are tearing up the NFL as long as creative OCs know how to use them.

    I don't think Riddick is anywhere near as explosive or polished as those 3 guys, but then he's not going to be a high pick either, so the risk is not high. At worst, you're getting a returner who can crosstrain and back up at multiple positions. At best you might be getting a real Swiss Army knife type game-breaker. Tavon Austin is the same way. You almost can't knock your team for taking a chance on a guy like that because all you do is get the ball in their hands and see what turns out.




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    Re: Ok, here it is....my official projected 2013 roster

    I was about to do one of these for myself, btu I jsut wasn't finding many differences...

    I like Schweinke and Quessenberry over the linemen you "drafted"at similar value points.
    I like Knighton as the only incoming FA, as opposed to your guard and LBer... maybe

    I'd also consider an H-back type in the last day of the draft, maybe a guy like Zach Line possibly at the expense of Dickson.

    I like Minter, but am not sure ILB is the direction to go in the first. I'd struggle to pass over Tavon Austin, which would change a lot.

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