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Do you think we didn't try to trade up with Cleveland at 4? That was the big rumor, but Cleveland knew they could get who they wanted below up & they could get a lot more for a team moving up from 9 to 4 than they could 6 to 4. Plus, much better pass rushers left at the top of the 2nd than there are O-linemen left. 2 biggest needs were O-line & pass rusher, we are sitting with the best opportunity to fill both of those spots right now.
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Plus, much better pass rushers left at the top of the 2nd than there are O-linemen left.

Morgan Moses is still on the board, he would have helped our O-Line at RT almost as much as Matthews will rookie year, possibly going forward. Matthews only really pulls ahead once he's switched to LT.

Meanwhile there's a boatload of mediocrity left at passrusher.

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Guess you guys haven't noticed the GAPING hole at S. Piolitroff'd!

Guess you havent noticed the 9 other picks we have

After Jags picked Bortles, TD should have tried to trade with Cleveland. Bills gave up their 9th + 2015 1st and 5th. We probably could have traded our 6th + 2015 2nd and 5th and grabbed Mack.

How do you know he didnt? Cleveland would have a say in that as well
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Guess you guys haven't noticed the GAPING hole at S. Piolitroff'd!

Landry.

I don't know if you noticed, but we've had a gaping hole there for a while. ...but ...hang on... did you not just say you wish that we didn't have our 2nd now? What was your plan? Trading up for Ha Ha?

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After Jags picked Bortles, TD should have tried to trade with Cleveland. Bills gave up their 9th + 2015 1st and 5th. We probably could have traded our 6th + 2015 2nd and 5th and grabbed Mack.

Morgan Moses is still on the board, he would have helped our O-Line at RT almost as much as Matthews will rookie year, possibly going forward. Matthews only really pulls ahead once he's switched to LT.

Meanwhile there's a boatload of mediocrity left at passrusher.

No comparison between Matthews and Moses.

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the hole at FS has been a gaping wound since Decoud decided to play his way off the roster. Still, the lack of action and attention by Dimitroff to addressing our safety situation after cutting Decoud has mystified me for quite some time. and if he was looking to this draft to solve the problem, surely he could see that there was a good chance that the 3 or 4 safeties who can cover receivers and TEs would be gone before we got a shot at them with our 2nd round pick.

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As a RT? You don't need a world-beater, which no OT will likely be until year 2 or 3 anyway.

Did you watch any of the games last year??? Ryan was on life support all 16 games...if you didn't see this pick coming...I'm confused as to what game you were watching

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Morgan Moses is still on the board, he would have helped our O-Line at RT almost as much as Matthews will rookie year, possibly going forward. Matthews only really pulls ahead once he's switched to LT.

Meanwhile there's a boatload of mediocrity left at passrusher.

Moses is AT BEST the #4 OT left on the board, probably #5. There are at least 3 quality pass rushers queued up for the top half of the 2nd round
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