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Ive seen more OK then Nebraska games but McCoy seems like a pretty sure thing at this point. With Hill this year being a bigger body it may be a positive to have a DT that could generate some pass rush from the inside and not just rely on the pass rush from the outside. That being said if we pick 1-5 it for sure has to be Dline. 6 on down Berry becomes a more realistic option.


September 23rd, 2009, 3:32 am
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If I had to rank my top 5 picks for the Lions in the 2010 draft, they would be:
1) Dunlap
2) Suh
3) Berry
4) Okung
5) McCoy

Keep in mind that it's still early in the season and a lot could change.

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September 23rd, 2009, 9:45 am
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If Dunlap doesn't step up it will be hard to consider him for the top pick. I had high hopes for him but he has to show something.


September 25th, 2009, 2:34 pm
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Not that the Lions would take another QB (I hope) but Jevan Snead confirmed exactly what my thoughts of him were.....definitely not a first round talent. His play last night against the Gamecocks was deplorable.


September 25th, 2009, 3:13 pm
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yeah what was going on with snead, he looked worse than steven threet/nick sheridan


September 27th, 2009, 12:51 am
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UPDATED BOARD 11/04/09:

Ndamukong SuhDT6-4300
Analysis: Explosive, relentless and consistent. Last week: No. 1

Eric BerryDB5-11203
Analysis: Ultimate playmaker, in the Ed Reed mold. Last week: No. 2

Gerald McCoyDT6-4297
Analysis: Disruptive force. Productive NFL career ahead. Last week: No. 3

Carlos DunlapDE6-6290
Analysis: Physical tools are off the charts. Potential for unlimited upside. Last week: No. 7

Sam BradfordQB6-4223
Analysis: Has underrated arm, great feel for position; super accurate. Last week: No. 5

Russell Okung OT6-5300
Analysis: Athletic, strong and fiery blind-side pass protector. Last week: No. 6

Taylor Mays S6-3235
Analysis: Linebacker size with cornerback speed. Last week: No. 4

Jake Locker QB6-3226
Analysis: Developing talent whose physical tools are unmatched. Last week: No. 8

Jimmy Clausen QB 6-3223
Analysis: Polished QB, at his best when game is on the line. Last week: No. 9

Dez Bryant WR6-2220
Analysis: Dynamic receiver, punt returner and TD maker. Last week: No. 10

Joe Haden CB5-11190
Analysis: Polished cover corner with tackling ability to match. Last week: No. 11

C.J. Spiller RB5-11195
Analysis: Multitalented, super-fast, electrifying game-breaker. Last week: No. 12

Jason Pierre-Paul DE6-5262
Analysis: Explosive natural pass-rusher out of juco ranks. Last week: No. 13

Everson Griffen DE6-3280
Analysis: Supremely talented, now gaining the necessary consistency. Last week: No. 14

Rolando McClain LB6-4258
Analysis: Fiery, vocal team leader with top instincts for position. Last week: 15

Sean Weatherspoon LB6-2245
Analysis: Makes plays all over the field. Last week: No. 16

Jahvid Best RB 5-10195
Analysis: Versatile, game-breaker supreme. Last week: No. 17

Terrence Cody DT6-5365
Analysis: Tremendous clogger along the interior. Last week: No. 19

Colt McCoy QB6-2210
Analysis: Intelligent and resourceful. Can beat you with arm or legs. Last week: No. 19

Jermaine Gresham TE6-6258
Analysis: The best pass-catching tight end in college football. Last week: No. 20

Jerry Hughes DE6-3257
Analysis: Prolific pass-rusher who could be a 3-4 OLB. Last week: No. 21

Brandon Graham DE6-2270
Analysis: Awesome athlete and force off the edge. Last week: No. 22

Sergio Kindle LB6-4255
Analysis: Production finally matched his talent last season. Last week: No. 25

Brandon Spikes LB6-3243
Analysis: Complete MLB, solid in all areas. Last week: No. 24

Greg Hardy DE6-5275
Analysis: Difference-maker harassing the QB when at full strength. Last week: No. 23

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November 7th, 2009, 10:34 am
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Ive watched Florida a couple times this year and Dunlap really hasnt stood out at all. Im for sure going to watch the SEC title game but has anyone seen a game against high level competition this year where he has really stood out? Or is this another Gholsten type look at his numbers type guy? It seems like Spikes is a better pass rusher then he is.


November 16th, 2009, 2:22 pm
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