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    I have a very clear Clemson bias but I would love to get Sammy Watkins he's the perfect Chip Kelly receiver. Clemson runs WR screens seemingly every 5 plays. He's fast as ****, makes tough catches, blocks like a tight end, runs well after the catch, and on top of all that is a great returner. He's also not a twig like Desean and doesn't have AIDS.

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    Hell yeah.
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    Breathers love the WR screen yet complain every time the Eagles run it.
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    Top 32 draft prospects ranked and analyzed via Rotoworld:

    http://www.rotoworld.com/articles/cf...ts-top-32?pg=1

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    2014 NFL Draft Thread

    Ha ha from Bama @ #8 where birds will be picking

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    That's what we'll be saying when he's getting burned for TD catches amirite.....?
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    Oregon CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu
    Oh, sure, the Chip Kelly familiarity won’t hurt Ekpre-Olomu’s cause to be taken here any, but the fit is as much about his foot speed, movement skills and ball skills — all needed traits for an Eagles secondary that still needs upgrading.

    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-sh...5657--nfl.html

    Would be nice if Ha Ha fell to the Eagles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hesel View Post
    19. Philadelphia Eagles

    Oregon CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu
    Oh, sure, the Chip Kelly familiarity won’t hurt Ekpre-Olomu’s cause to be taken here any, but the fit is as much about his foot speed, movement skills and ball skills — all needed traits for an Eagles secondary that still needs upgrading.

    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-sh...5657--nfl.html

    Would be nice if Ha Ha fell to the Eagles.
    I feel like most of the Eagles picks lately have been Ha Ha

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    Draft Order

    Jacksonville (1-9)
    Minnesota (2-8)
    Houston (2-8)
    Tampa Bay (2-8)
    Atlanta (2-8)
    St. Louis - from Washington (3-7)
    Buffalo (4-7)
    Pittsburgh (4-6)
    Baltimore (4-6)
    Cleveland (4-6)
    Tennessee (4-6)
    Oakland (4-6)
    St. Louis (4-6)
    San Diego (4-6)
    New York Giants (4-6)
    Green Bay (5-5)
    Miami (5-5)
    Dallas (5-5)
    Chicago (6-4)
    Arizona (6-4)
    New York Jets* (5-5)
    Philadelphia* (6-5)
    Detroit* (6-4)
    Cincinnati* (7-4)
    San Francisco* (6-4)
    New England* (7-3)
    Carolina* (7-3)
    Cleveland - from Indianapolis* (7-3)
    New Orleans* (8-2)
    Kansas City* (9-1)
    Denver* (9-1)
    Seattle* (10-1)

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    Philadelphia Eagles: Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State

    The Eagles almost blew a 24-point lead in the fourth quarter to the Redskins. It was somewhat similar to the first meeting back in Week 1. Philadelphia's cornerbacks also got away with a number of holds and pass interference penalties that could have easily been called. Any of those fouls could have changed the outcome of the final minutes. This offseason it would make sense for the Eagles to add a cornerback to go with Brandon Boykin and Cary Williams.

    Gilbert has had an excellent senior year. He has shown the ability to thrive playing press-man coverage, off-man coverage and zone. With a two-interception performance against Texas, Gilbert showed he can step up in big games. This season, he has six interceptions, 35 tackles, five passes broken up and one kick returned for a touchdown. Gilbert had a good year in 2011 before having an up-and-down season as a junior. Gilbert (6-0, 200) is a gritty corner who has showed an improved game as a senior. The Eagles could look to land Gilbert in the first or second round.

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    2014 NFL Draft Thread

    Eagles will be drafting 32
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    Okoto Value = $126,671.04

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