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    Vikings & the NFL draft: A field analysis

    Day 1: A field analysis of the QB's........

    [size=13pt]NFL draft: A field analysis[/size]

    By KEVIN SEIFERT, Star Tribune

    Last update: April 12, 2008 - 6:32 PM



    THE CREAM
    MATT RYAN, BOSTON COLLEGE
    ............

    SLEEPER
    DENNIS DIXON, OREGON......

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    Re: Vikings & the NFL draft: A field analysis

    Day 2: A field analysis of the RB's........

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    By KEVIN SEIFERT, Star Tribune

    Last update: April 13, 2008 - 11:36 PM



    THE CREAM
    DARREN McFADDEN, Arkansas......


    SLEEPER
    RAY RICE, RUTGERS............


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    Re: Vikings & the NFL draft: A field analysis

    Day 3: A field analysis of the WR's & TE's........

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    By KEVIN SEIFERT, Star Tribune

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    THE CREAM
    DEVIN THOMAS, MICHIGAN STATE
    ............

    SLEEPER
    JEROME SIMPSON, COASTAL CAROLINA......

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    Re: Vikings & the NFL draft: A field analysis

    Thanks for the reads my friend.
    As always, I love this kindof stuff but I like the comments section the best.

    We really have some yutz's for fans sometimes. Can you guys believe some of thier comments.
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    Re: Vikings & the NFL draft: A field analysis

    Day 4: A field analysis of the O-Linemen........

    [size=13pt]NFL draft: A field analysis[/size]

    By KEVIN SEIFERT, Star Tribune

    Last update: April 15, 2008 - 11:55 PM



    THE CREAM
    JAKE LONG, MICHIGAN
    ............

    SLEEPER
    STEVE JUSTICE, WAKE FOREST......

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    Re: Vikings & the NFL draft: A field analysis

    Ray Rice is a beast, and I'm not just saying this because I go to Rutgers. Very Powerful runner with good vision. IMO he is best suited as the number 2 back in a system that uses running back by committee a la Jaguars. Wherever he goes I believe the team who takes him will be more than pleased

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    Re: Vikings & the NFL draft: A field analysis

    "vikes2456" wrote:
    Ray Rice is a beast, and I'm not just saying this because I go to Rutgers. Very Powerful runner with good vision. IMO he is best suited as the number 2 back in a system that uses running back by committee a la Jaguars. Wherever he goes I believe the team who takes him will be more than pleased
    the jags dont run running back by commitee, they use a 2 back system like the cowboys and the VIKINGS lol

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    Re: Vikings & the NFL draft: A field analysis

    "singersp" wrote:
    Day 4: A field analysis of the O-Linemen........

    [size=13pt]NFL draft: A field analysis[/size]

    By KEVIN SEIFERT, Star Tribune

    Last update: April 15, 2008 - 11:55 PM



    THE CREAM
    JAKE LONG, MICHIGAN
    ............

    SLEEPER
    STEVE JUSTICE, WAKE FOREST......
    From the comments section:
    If I were Rick...
    If Jake Long is still available by the #3 Falcons pick, trade off McKinnie and and the #17 pick to the Falcons... Bring Jake home, he belongs here.
    Now there's an intriguing idea. The Falcons obviously don't want to take guys with character issues. But given the chance to add an immediate starter plus a mid-first round pick when you're in full rebuild mode would have to be tempting.

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    Re: Vikings & the NFL draft: A field analysis

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    "singersp" wrote:
    Day 4: A field analysis of the O-Linemen........

    [size=13pt]NFL draft: A field analysis[/size]

    By KEVIN SEIFERT, Star Tribune

    Last update: April 15, 2008 - 11:55 PM



    THE CREAM
    JAKE LONG, MICHIGAN
    ............

    SLEEPER
    STEVE JUSTICE, WAKE FOREST......
    From the comments section:
    If I were Rick...
    If Jake Long is still available by the #3 Falcons pick, trade off McKinnie and and the #17 pick to the Falcons... Bring Jake home, he belongs here.
    Now there's an intriguing idea. The Falcons obviously don't want to take guys with character issues. But given the chance to add an immediate starter plus a mid-first round pick when you're in full rebuild mode would have to be tempting.
    if i were the Falcons id never take that trade, and i doubt they would

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    Re: Vikings & the NFL draft: A field analysis

    "dcboardr41" wrote:
    "The" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    Day 4: A field analysis of the O-Linemen........

    [size=13pt]NFL draft: A field analysis[/size]

    By KEVIN SEIFERT, Star Tribune

    Last update: April 15, 2008 - 11:55 PM



    THE CREAM
    JAKE LONG, MICHIGAN
    ............

    SLEEPER
    STEVE JUSTICE, WAKE FOREST......
    From the comments section:
    If I were Rick...
    If Jake Long is still available by the #3 Falcons pick, trade off McKinnie and and the #17 pick to the Falcons... Bring Jake home, he belongs here.
    Now there's an intriguing idea. The Falcons obviously don't want to take guys with character issues. But given the chance to add an immediate starter plus a mid-first round pick when you're in full rebuild mode would have to be tempting.
    if i were the Falcons id never take that trade, and i doubt they would
    Yeah, I'm sure you're right. That's probably why it seemed so attractive to me. Oh well.

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