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    Re: Should we draft Ted Ginn

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    i dont watch much college football so i haven't seen a whole lot of Ted Ginn but he sure shows up in the highlight reels a lot.....does it make sense for us to draft him at 7 in the first round ?? we will not only get a receiver but a game-breaking punt returner and kickoff return man.
    Not at #7, no.

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    Re: Should we draft Ted Ginn

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    Re: Should we draft Ted Ginn

    Simply put "NO"

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    Re: Should we draft Ted Ginn

    I don't think we should spend the #7 on him, and he won't last to the second round, which is where I think he should go.
    I'm no big fan of 40 times as the primary criteria for a receiver.
    I don't think he's polished enough for a first rounder, and by some accounts, isn't committed to the WR position--he reportedly wants to be a cornerback.

    The guy brings a lot to the table, no doubt, but we need a player that can contribute as a receiver now.
    I just don't think Ginn that guy, and beyond Johnson, no one else is either.
    I'm hoping Bowe or Meachem drop to the second round (probably not going to happen), or (more probably) we trade down for either.
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    Re: Should we draft Ted Ginn

    At number 7?
    Hell no.
    If we decide that Ginn is our pick, then we need to trade down to get him.

    I am not sold on Ginn.
    I know he is fast, and I am not too worried about his hands, but I don't know if he has the durability to play pro football.
    I think he is more of a track star in pads.
    I could be wrong, and if we pick him I won't be too upset...
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    Re: Should we draft Ted Ginn

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    At number 7?
    Hell no.
    If we decide that Ginn is our pick, then we need to trade down to get him.

    I am not sold on Ginn.

    I know he is fast, and I am not too worried about his hands, but I don't know if he has the durability to play pro football.
    I think he is more of a track star in pads.
    I could be wrong, and if we pick him I won't be too upset...
    Repeat: hell no. I agree with you Nodak except for your last statement.
    Fast? yes. Good return man? sure.
    Durable? no.
    Cream puff? yes.
    The guy did not participate in the rest of the National Championship game after the opening kick off because he hurt his foot... Celebrating his touchdown.
    He will not participate at the combine because that foot is still hurt... from celebrating.


    I said this in another thread, the only WR worthy of a top 10 pick is CJ.

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    Re: Should we draft Ted Ginn

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    Repeat: hell no. I agree with you Nodak except for your last statement.
    LOL. Yeah, but if it does happen I will be forced to put some type of positive spin on it.
    I am bound by tradition to buy the jersey of our first round draft pick each year.
    So if it does end up being Ginn I will need to homer up a little and start pointing out all of his bright spots... ;D
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    When are you going to realize that picking out the 20 bad throws this year and ignoring the 300 good ones does not make your point?

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    Re: Should we draft Ted Ginn

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "seaniemck7" wrote:
    Repeat: hell no. I agree with you Nodak except for your last statement.

    LOL. Yeah, but if it does happen I will be forced to put some type of positive spin on it.
    I am bound by tradition to buy the jersey of our first round draft pick each year.
    So if it does end up being Ginn I will need to homer up a little and start pointing out all of his bright spots... ;D
    Good Lord....you own a Dimitrius Underwood jersey?

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    Re: Should we draft Ted Ginn

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "seaniemck7" wrote:
    Repeat: hell no. I agree with you Nodak except for your last statement.
    LOL. Yeah, but if it does happen I will be forced to put some type of positive spin on it.
    I am bound by tradition to buy the jersey of our first round draft pick each year.
    So if it does end up being Ginn I will need to homer up a little and start pointing out all of his bright spots... ;D
    Good Lord....you own a Dimitrius Underwood jersey?

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    I never found one in 99.
    I actually don't know if they even made them.
    Because of circumstances I wore my #84 jersey again that year.

    Seriously, if I could find one I would buy it.
    It represents the one hole in my collection...
    Zeus wrote:
    When are you going to realize that picking out the 20 bad throws this year and ignoring the 300 good ones does not make your point?

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    Re: Should we draft Ted Ginn

    Childress prefers idealistic physical attributes;eg. tall receivers,large linemen,etc..

    Ginn could be good,but we should get a better player at 7.
    “What takes a quarterback to the next level is not arm strength or mobility or any of that stuff. It’s the ability to play on critical downs. Manage third downs, or red zones or four-minute or two-minute situations"
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