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 C.J. Spiller at #2 
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I would have no problem putting the entire lions organization into a rocket and sending them into space if they picked Spiller at 2.


April 6th, 2010, 7:47 pm
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dont like it... I feel that there will be a good RB in the second that can start... particularly bext.

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April 6th, 2010, 9:57 pm
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I'd take Spiller, maybe you guys have love for Best because of Forsett or something but I think CJ would turn out better. CJ played all four years, and was virtually injury free (Best had a few injuries in 08/09). CJ was in the running for heisman last year but was one behind Tim Tearbow so was not invited to NY, but the dude scored a TD in every game in 09 and was the only person in the FBS to do so. He and Jacoby Ford became the leading all purpose duo in NCAA history and he was one of the only players to ever reach 7000 all purpose yards.

I'd rather have Spiller than Best but thats just me

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chilledmonkeybrains wrote:
I'd take Spiller, maybe you guys have love for Best because of Forsett or something but I think CJ would turn out better. CJ played all four years, and was virtually injury free (Best had a few injuries in 08/09). CJ was in the running for heisman last year but was one behind Tim Tearbow so was not invited to NY, but the dude scored a TD in every game in 09 and was the only person in the FBS to do so. He and Jacoby Ford became the leading all purpose duo in NCAA history and he was one of the only players to ever reach 7000 all purpose yards.

I'd rather have Spiller than Best but thats just me


I see your point, but based on where in the draft we can get a talent like Spiller/Best, i would much rather have Best. Im all for taking Best at #34 if hes there. He should come in and start from day 1.

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Could either of these cats tote the rock 20-25 times a game? Nope. So they'd be part time players, not at #2, #34... maybe. Why not Ben Tate?

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NFLdraft101.com is saying Ryan Matthews of Fresno St. in round 2, anyone keen on him? I think I'd rather have Best than Matthews and I see what you're saying, CJ will be gone in the 1st round.

The site does have us taking Myron Rolle in the 4th round and I'd be pretty happy if that happened!

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Ryan Mathews aint makin' it to the 2nd round. Especially when teams like the Chargers are in great need of a running back.

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kdsberman wrote:
Ryan Mathews aint makin' it to the 2nd round. Especially when teams like the Chargers are in great need of a running back.


I don't see Mathews getting past Houston, unless someone really significant falls to them, like Joe Haden. If that happens, then I could see Cincinnati possibly taking Mathews. At the very least, you are right, no way Mathews gets past San Diego.


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