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Vikings hint they prefer Morris Claiborne to Matt Kalil

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With Andrew Luck slated to go first overall to the Colts and Robert Griffin III second to the Redskins, the Minnesota Vikings are effectively on the clock, with the third overall pick in the NFL draft. Unlike the Colts and the Redskins, the Vikings aren’t making it obvious who they’ll pick. But they are offering some hints.

Bob Sansevere of the Pioneer Press writes that Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman is talking like a man who isn’t as high on USC left tackle Matt Kalil as everyone seems to think, and that Spielman has been hinting that he’d draft LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne over Kalil with the third overall pick.

If the Vikings were to pass on Kalil, that would be a surprise. Virtually every mock draft has the Vikings taking Kalil third overall. But Claiborne, who won the Jim Thorpe Award as the best defensive back in college football last year, is widely regarded as the best defensive player in the draft, and he’d be a solid choice at No. 3 as well.

The reality, however, is that unlike the Colts and the Redskins, the Vikings simply aren’t going to tip their hands, and any information coming out of Minnesota right now has to be considered part of an attempt to drive up interest in trading for the third overall pick. The Vikings want to keep other teams guessing about whether Kalil, Claiborne or Oklahoma State’s Justin Blackmon will get past the third pick because they hope one team that falls in love with one of those players will give them a package of picks for the third pick, just as the Falcons gave the Browns a package of picks for the right to draft Julio Jones last year.

If the Vikings don’t get that package and stay put, Kalil is still the favorite to go third. But Spielman is letting the word to get out: He also likes Claiborne.

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  1. dewalt2990 says: Mar 20, 2012 6:39 AM

    Smokescreen. Not that it’ll work on the professionals….but for most readers, yes, they are gullible.

  2. angryman152 says: Mar 20, 2012 6:55 AM

    I think that the Vikings would be very foolish to pass up on a primetime OT like Kalil. Although Claiborne would be a nice defensive piece they need to protect the quarterback more at this point.

  3. botchedextrapoint says: Mar 20, 2012 6:56 AM

    Doesn’t matter who they pick, they’ll still blow it.

  4. seatownballers says: Mar 20, 2012 7:00 AM

    Claiborne is the one we want! Wanna trade spots so you can have him?

  5. nflfollower says: Mar 20, 2012 7:03 AM

    So claiborne will be available at #4. May as well send a memo to every other GM in the league.

  6. maxvain says: Mar 20, 2012 7:08 AM

    Actually in all our simulations CB appears to be a greater need for the Vikes than LT. Morris Claiborne at 3 is not a stretch, infact we project him to go at 3 instead of Matt Kahil. As my favorite exec Eric Dacosta always says, the more time you spend in this business you will realize the talking heads on TV often have no idea.

  7. kw93 says: Mar 20, 2012 7:16 AM

    Have to get up early in the morning to sniff out the Vikings smokescreen. Isn’t that how the saying goes? Look spielman has been whining about how the Rams got so much for something he virtually has. Anyone who follows this website alone could tell you that. When they get stuck with the #3 Kalil will be the pick. Or maybe its Blackmon. Or maybe its Claiborne. Touche Mr. Spielman.

  8. deck000 says: Mar 20, 2012 7:23 AM

    I ike Claiborne more than Kalil.

  9. boobsmcgoo says: Mar 20, 2012 7:34 AM

    I thought they were just going to skip their turn in the draft again.

  10. sterling7 says: Mar 20, 2012 7:35 AM

    Be serious, pure smokescreen. The Vikings want some of the action (draft picks) the Rams received, not gonna happen. KALIL, bet the house on it. It’s not as if the Vikings can afford not to protect the quaterback anymore-the Vikings desperately need KALIL and they know it!!!!

  11. jimmysee says: Mar 20, 2012 7:49 AM

    If the Vikes hope to compete with the Packers and their receiving corps, they need a stronger better secondary.

    Claiborne is a good first step.

  12. pappavike says: Mar 20, 2012 7:49 AM

    This is a lot of smoke! Because they haven’t picked up either position in FA, But if the can’t keep Ponder upright it won’t matter who’s playing corner!

  13. sackbombs says: Mar 20, 2012 7:52 AM

    Trade that first rounder for tebow and slide him over to LT

  14. emmac13 says: Mar 20, 2012 7:57 AM

    I hope the Browns do get to pick Kalil. With Joe Thomas, Alex Mack, and Kalil that line is set for awhile. Who care if Hillis left when anybody could run with that line. Denver proved a line makes the back.

  15. r2dtox says: Mar 20, 2012 8:01 AM

    maxvain says:
    Mar 20, 2012 7:08 AM

    Actually in all our simulations CB appears to be a greater need for the Vikes than LT. Morris Claiborne at 3 is not a stretch, infact we project him to go at 3 instead of Matt Kahil. As my favorite exec Eric Dacosta always says, the more time you spend in this business you will realize the talking heads on TV often have no idea.
    ______________________

    In all of our simulations, nobody named Kahil will be selected in the 2012 NFL Draft.

  16. lbpackfan says: Mar 20, 2012 8:02 AM

    Maybe Vikes will take Morris Chestnut? Wouldn’t surprise me.

  17. gb4mn0 says: Mar 20, 2012 8:03 AM

    8. Loser: Vikings.

    Good teams can afford to sit on the sidelines in the early days of free agency. The Vikings are not a good team.

    ———————————————–

    The deficient cretins in Manya$$holerus, MN need a steady diet of being reminded that they are LOSERS!

  18. turbodog1027 says: Mar 20, 2012 8:15 AM

    Claiborne said he would prefer to play in California. No problem

  19. pharvinisback says: Mar 20, 2012 8:15 AM

    I sure in the hell hope so. The North is a tough division with pass happy offenses. Guys like C. Johnson, B. Marshal and the Packers receivers need addressed to be competitive. Take a shut down corner and take the next best O linemen with the next pick.

  20. joj0420 says: Mar 20, 2012 8:15 AM

    good this is what i was hoping for the whole time

  21. fwippel says: Mar 20, 2012 8:18 AM

    If that’s the case, then Spielman better get to work finding a LT to protect his QB’s blindside. The Vikings haven’t done squat in Free Agency, and to think all the teams holes are going to get filled via the draft is nonsense.

    I wouldn’t mind seeing the Vikings land Kalil, Blackmon or Claiborne. But regardless of who they land, they need help at all three positions (WR, OL, DB), and sitting out Free Agency isn’t going to help.

  22. chuckyd317 says: Mar 20, 2012 8:19 AM

    I just hope they get the pick in before time expires…

  23. thetooloftools says: Mar 20, 2012 8:22 AM

    No word on what Cleveland will do at #4 as it is obvious that they have no clue either.

  24. bartpkelly says: Mar 20, 2012 8:23 AM

    No one is moving up. The Vikings will want somethig close to what the Rams got for #2 and that is not going to happen. Rams…stay with the pick, Browns take the CB and get bombed in the press but have a top 10 defense.

  25. andyreidisfat says: Mar 20, 2012 8:27 AM

    With all the talent on the oline in free agency the Vikings should have signed a new line and drafted Blackmon. That way the offense would be pretty set and young. They would then have next year to work on defense and a still young offense growing together.

  26. poohman1975 says: Mar 20, 2012 8:27 AM

    This is bs. There were plenty of serviceable db’s that could of been picked up. Plenty of wr’s. Still need O-line help. But nooooooo, lets pick up a f@ckin TE and hope for the best on the draft? This was a f@ckin playoff team and now it’s ruined. I’m pissed and I still hate the Saints and Falcons.æ

  27. norseman55 says: Mar 20, 2012 8:28 AM

    Dear Mr. Spielman,

    I write to you to inform you that the age of the dominate defense is dead. It’s over…….caput! From here on out, the road to the Superbowl will rest on your QB and the strategic thinking of your offensive coordinator. We now live in a time where every hit on QBs and defenseless WRs are scrutinized and flagged. An era where rules are written to protect the QB. Rules to ensure that scoring is high and fan satisfaction is even higher. Take a look at last year’s Superbowl. The #27 defense in the league against the #31.

    If you want to begin winning in this league you better put some talent on the offense. You better develop the QB that you drafted in the 1st round last year (although he was a projected 2nd round talent). It’s said that you know when your offensive line is doing a good job when you don’t hear their names called during a game. To ask Mr. Sansevere if he knows the starting LTs on the Packers and Giants……and he doesn’t…….means they have talent in those trenches.

    I would have you ask the NY Jets how valuable it is to have the best corners in the league. They haven’t been able to get to a Superbowl because their QB is mediocre……at best.

    Do the right thing in April and draft the LT.

    Thanks.

  28. pkrjones says: Mar 20, 2012 8:29 AM

    Can’t blame Spielman for trying to get more picks for #3 ~ there’s got to be more than one moronic owner/GM willing to give-away the next few year’s drafts for Blackmon, Claiborne, or Kalil. The Vikes need a lot, so another early-round pick or two would allow them to get some talent… now all they need is a place to play.

  29. whodey714 says: Mar 20, 2012 8:32 AM

    The Vikings would highly regret passing up Kahil and taking Claiborne. I say this for multiple reasons:

    1) The Vikings are trying to mature a young quarterback (Christian Ponder). The most important priority in helping a young quarterback grow is protecting them. Look at David Carr for example, a talented young quarterback that went to a brand new franchise and had ZERO protection. Therefore he turned out as one of the biggest busts in recent memory.

    2) The Vikings have one of the best running backs in the league in Adrian Peterson. It could only help their running game by upgrading their offensive line (assuming he comes back healthy).

    3) O linemen are a much safer pick than skill players. Wouldn’t you rather invest top 3 money in a safer, more reliable pick?

    4) Claiborne is overrated. He played on a top 3 defense in college, along side of another all-American defensive back. Not to mention the fact that the pressure that LSUs d line put on opposing quarterbacks really helped Claiborne look better.

    5) There is more cornerback depth in the draft. If the Vikings want a cornerback, they could get a very good value pick in the 2nd or 3rd round.

    If I were the Vikings I would take Kahil in the first round, WR in the second (a weapon for ponder), and a CB in the 3rd.

  30. vikefan says: Mar 20, 2012 8:48 AM

    8. Loser: Vikings.

    Good teams can afford to sit on the sidelines in the early days of free agency. The Vikings are not a good team.

    ———————————————–

    The deficient cretins in Manya$$holerus, MN need a steady diet of being reminded that they are LOSERS!
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    how much can one really expect out of the WI education system, u r more predictable than your teams losses in the playoffs

  31. hurricanerich17 says: Mar 20, 2012 8:52 AM

    is that a fire????? i smell a lot of smoke!!! yea makes a lot of since to add claiborne to a horrible secondary that will still require another corner and 2 safeties just to compete when you have a 3 and out offense..nobodies buying it vikes

  32. realclearfb says: Mar 20, 2012 8:59 AM

    gb4mn0 says: Mar 20, 2012 8:03 AM
    8. Loser: Vikings.

    Good teams can afford to sit on the sidelines in the early days of free agency. The Vikings are not a good team.

    The deficient cretins in Manya$$holerus, MN need a steady diet of being reminded that they are LOSERS!
    ———————————-

    gb4mn0 keeps tripping over his insults and has trouble with analysis. Let me translate what he is saying:

    The Vikings are not a very good team and have many holes to fill in free agency.

    Good teams can afford to sit on the sidelines in the early days of free agency. The Vikings are not a good team and will need to use their available money wisely as they have many areas of need.

    The well intentioned fans in MN need a steady diet of being reminded that team needs will not be solved with a big splash in free agency. Look for the team to try and fill in with a variety of solid, yet not spectactular free agents. They are also no doubt considering draft strategies to get some extra, well needed draft choices.

    I’m pretty sure that’s what he is saying…otherwise he has shown that his posts are nothing more than drivel and insults.

  33. jfreeisthebeesknees says: Mar 20, 2012 9:24 AM

    As a Bucs fan this sounds good to me. I would be happy with Claiborne, Richardson, or Kalil. All three fill a need and one will be available at #5. The most pressing is CB but lets go with the best available.

  34. tlippert says: Mar 20, 2012 9:26 AM

    With the cover 2 defense that the Vikings employ, it’d be wasteful to draft a corner like Claiborne that high. The corners that typically fit the system are not the man to man lockdown corners that go in the top 10. Draft Kalil!!

  35. alldayvikings says: Mar 20, 2012 9:28 AM

    gb4mn0 says: Mar 20, 2012 8:03 AM

    The deficient cretins in Manya$$holerus, MN need a steady diet of being reminded that they are LOSERS!

    ________________________________________________________________

    Hey there you are. Always on some Viking news and you brought a new word with ya ” Manya$$holerus “. Good job!! No “vikequeefs” today??

  36. vikingsinla says: Mar 20, 2012 9:30 AM

    I’d be ok with the Vikes taking Claiborne over Kahil. They are both positions of need, and the NFC central has a some of the best WRs in the league that will need covering. I remember when the Vikes took Moss, the Packers starting heavily drafting DB’s

  37. 31teamsarebetterthanthepackers says: Mar 20, 2012 9:41 AM

    Does everyone realize that we all become dumber each time gb4mn0 posts useless gibberish on this site? I guess there’s a little too much chlorine in the gene pool where crawled out of.

  38. iluvbears says: Mar 20, 2012 10:02 AM

    bpackfan says: Mar 20, 2012 8:02 AM

    Maybe Vikes will take Morris Chestnut? Wouldn’t surprise me.
    —————————————————
    Whomever they pick, the one thing I can guarantee is that the pick won’t be named Tony Mandarich, Jamal Reynolds, Ahmad Carroll, Justin Harrell or Brian Brohm.

  39. adantsa says: Mar 20, 2012 10:10 AM

    Its true, Packer fans are completely classless. I went to Lambo to watch my Vikings get pummeled 45-7 and even that domination was not enough for them. We were threatened at the bar, my friend was choked by a random old Packer fan and some girl tried to trip me more than once just because I was wearing my Jared Allen jersey. I’m happy for you that your team is good, because that is all you guys have in your lives. Or at least that is how you all act.

  40. uwsptke says: Mar 20, 2012 10:13 AM

    The Vikings would probably be ecstatic to land one of Kalil, Clairborne, or Blackmon. Problem is, the teams immediately behind them would be as well so there’s no incentive for the Browns or Bucs to make a move since they’re guaranteed to get one of those players. If they find a trade partner, they have to be OK with trading back into the middle of the round where the chance at getting a bust increases.

    Remember, we’re talking about the front office that passed on Aaron Rodgers TWICE so they could draft the immortals Troy Williamson (at #7) and Erasmus James (at #18).

  41. gmen1987 says: Mar 20, 2012 10:19 AM

    Claiborne would be a great pick. The Vikings have to face Aaron Rodgers, Matt Stafford, and Jay Cutler in their division. They need someone talented to slow down the opposing receivers to help the Vikqueen defensive line.

  42. bcgreg says: Mar 20, 2012 10:22 AM

    Don’t hint at it. Draft him. A “Claiborne” is much tougher to find than a “Kalil”.

  43. deconjonesbitchslap says: Mar 20, 2012 10:27 AM

    they are so far away from being at best a terrible defense that there is no reason to even address it this year.

    take Kalil and worry about defense next year.

    they are short 2 linebackers, and literally do not have any safeties. and cornerback is up in the air.

    that’s atleast 3 years of searching.

  44. zn0rseman says: Mar 20, 2012 10:32 AM

    I guess I am in the minority but how come Kalil is rated so high?

    Sure, he’s a physical freak but his technique needs a lot of work to translate to the NFL. His run blocking it poor and he is too upright when pass blocking. So why would a team want to spend the 3rd overall pick on a guy who probably isn’t ready to play? I don’t get it.

    Would I be happy with Kalil? Yeah, I guess, but only Because everyone seems to think he’s God’s gift to the offensive line. Really, O watch him play, or read about his technique issues, and I’m a lot less confident.

  45. deconjonesbitchslap says: Mar 20, 2012 10:34 AM

    uwsptke

    i do not understand why stupid packer fans like yourself continue to say the vikings PASSED on aaron rodgers twice. that year, the vikings literally had just signed Culpepper to a $100 million dollar contract. he was their franchise QB. good god. why on earth would they draft Rodgers in that case? they drafted need, and they just didn’t work out and culpepper had a devastating knee injury.

    i could be stupid like you and say the packers passed on Tom Brady 6 times, but that wouldn’t make sense because you already had a QB you had committed to.

    enough with that crap.

  46. zn0rseman says: Mar 20, 2012 10:40 AM

    uwsptke says:
    Mar 20, 2012 10:13 AM
    Remember, we’re talking about the front office that passed on Aaron Rodgers TWICE so they could draft the immortals Troy Williamson (at #7) and Erasmus James (at #18).
    ——————-

    No, you are wrong about that. Those picks we’re the last gasp of a completely different regime and none of the front office people are the same now.

  47. bozosforall says: Mar 20, 2012 10:47 AM

    uwsptke says:
    Mar 20, 2012 10:13 AM
    The Vikings would probably be ecstatic to land one of Kalil, Clairborne, or Blackmon. Problem is, the teams immediately behind them would be as well so there’s no incentive for the Browns or Bucs to make a move since they’re guaranteed to get one of those players. If they find a trade partner, they have to be OK with trading back into the middle of the round where the chance at getting a bust increases.

    Remember, we’re talking about the front office that passed on Aaron Rodgers TWICE so they could draft the immortals Troy Williamson (at #7) and Erasmus James (at #18).
    __
    As opposed to the Packers’ front office, who picked Tony Mandarich over Hall of Famers Barry Sanders, Deion Sanders and Derrick Thomas?

  48. jwreck says: Mar 20, 2012 11:06 AM

    maxvain says: Mar 20, 2012 7:08 AM

    Actually in all our simulations CB appears to be a greater need for the Vikes than LT. Morris Claiborne at 3 is not a stretch, infact we project him to go at 3 instead of Matt Kahil. As my favorite exec Eric Dacosta always says, the more time you spend in this business you will realize the talking heads on TV often have no idea.

    Jesus H. Christ, I don’t even know where to start. You can’t quote your own “simulations” without first explaining who you are, and I’m guessing you can’t explain who you are because you’re twelve years old and your simulations involved playing a game of Madden where the Vikings had the best left tackle you could create and a game where the Vikings had the best cornerback you could create. Experimental flaws aside, Morris Claiborne is not the greatest cornerback of all time, he’s not even the best cornerback to come out of LSU in the last two years. Patrick Peterson was a much better prospect, will make a much better player once he develops, and he was drafted at number five overall for a reason.

    A cornerback hasn’t been drafted with the third pick in the draft since 1997, and while Shawn Springs was a very good player, I don’t think anyone who was in the Seahawks front office back then would regard using the number three pick on a defensive back as a great move.

    Matt Kalil, on the other hand is one of the best left tackles to enter the NFL draft in years. If there were no major quarterback needs in the league this year, Kalil would be the easy, consensus choice for whichever team held the number one pick. You can hate on talking heads all you want, but Mike Mayock, Todd McShay, and Mel Kiper are professional draft analysts, as in they make a lot of money sitting around all year and grading NFL prospects, so when they say something, it’s generally a pretty good idea to listen. Unless, of course, one is too busy playing around with fantasy cornerbacks on Madden.

  49. tlippert says: Mar 20, 2012 11:12 AM

    I can’t stand it when people blame the Vikings front office for passing on Rodgers in ’05! Doesn’t anybody remember the season that Culpepper had in ’04!? If not for a guy named Peyton Manning, Daunte woulda won MVP. To draft a QB in the first round the following year when you had Daunte apparently entering his prime would be one of the most irrational picks of all-time at that time.

  50. zn0rseman says: Mar 20, 2012 11:59 AM

    jwreck says:
    Mar 20, 2012 11:06 AM

    You can hate on talking heads all you want, but Mike Mayock, Todd McShay, and Mel Kiper are professional draft analysts, as in they make a lot of money sitting around all year and grading NFL prospects, so when they say something, it’s generally a pretty good idea to listen.
    ——————

    Mayock is the only one of those three who isn’t a joke, and up until just before the combine he had Reilly Reiff as his number 1 LT prospect. Even after Kalil’s outstanding workout numbers, Mayock still points out his technique flaws, which may or may not be able to be fixed through coaching. Meanwhile Reiff, though nowhere near as good from a raw physical, is flawless in his technique and is probably the safer of the two prospects, just with less upside.

  51. ugk612 says: Mar 20, 2012 12:15 PM

    They should! did you see their secondary last season? They lost to TIM TEBOW for god’s sake!

  52. scottieplongballs says: Mar 20, 2012 12:41 PM

    Blackmon ran a 5.5 40 dash. I don’t care how physical he is you can draft him the risk is two high. I would have liked to see the bikes go for a CB in free agency but we want to build through the draft. Malil set you LT spot for ten years. He is who we will get despite the smoke screens.

  53. jmak79 says: Mar 20, 2012 12:51 PM

    There is not much spark in having a LT who blocks for a fairly mobile quarterback like Ponder or Webb, but to get Claiborne who could pick off the ball…I don’t even remember the last time the Viking secondary had an interception! We need to draft o-line in the first three rounds, but may be better off getting CB and WR with the first two Viking picks.

  54. saxmachine69 says: Mar 20, 2012 12:51 PM

    norseman55 says: Mar 20, 2012 8:28 AM

    It’s said that you know when your offensive line is doing a good job when you don’t hear their names called during a game. To ask Mr. Sansevere if he knows the starting LTs on the Packers and Giants……and he doesn’t…….means they have talent in those trenches.

    Do the right thing in April and draft the LT.

    Thanks.

    __________________

    Their names are Marshall Newhouse and David Diehl, and they were two of the worst LTs in football last year. So way to fail miserably at making a point.

    I will say your on the right track though, look at GB and NYG and tell me what they have in common beyond the QB…… WRs, and plenty of them. Vikings…. DRAFT BLACKMON!

  55. theytukrjobs says: Mar 20, 2012 1:02 PM

    Definately they need to keep teams guessing. Browns are set at tackle and are basically taking blackmon or claiborne, depending on what the Vikes do. If a team like Tampa really covets Claiborne then they only will trade up if they think the Vikes might snatch him.

    If the vikes are truly drafting for need, then Claiborne is the obvious pick. Ponder and Vikes WR’s aren’t good enough to take full advantage of improved LT play. But the Vikings elite pass rush would absolutely maximize the effect of a great cover corner.

    Cornerback is the weakest position on the Vikings current roster and they play in a division with 3 very good passing opponents.

  56. packerswambulance says: Mar 20, 2012 1:14 PM

    Draft Blackmon.

  57. backtothebowl says: Mar 20, 2012 3:28 PM

    Cleveland, Tampa, and St. Louis are all possible landing spots for Claiborne. The Vikeings know this and are just trying to see if anyone wants to get ahead of them for the pick. Obviously, the Rams have the ammo to do so.

  58. thankheavenfornumberseven says: Mar 20, 2012 3:44 PM

    scottieplongballs says:Mar 20, 2012 12:41 PM

    Blackmon ran a 5.5 40 dash. I don’t care how physical he is you can draft him the risk is two high. I would have liked to see the bikes go for a CB in free agency but we want to build through the draft. Malil set you LT spot for ten years. He is who we will get despite the smoke screens.
    ____________

    Wow, so Blackmon’s 40 time was slower than Pat Williams’? I wonder why so many people are high on him? I guess you’re right, we’d better draft Malil.

  59. mediasloppy says: Mar 20, 2012 5:22 PM

    I thought Claiborne had a very mediocre combine or Pro day while being evaluated?

  60. mediasloppy says: Mar 20, 2012 5:27 PM

    mediasloppy says:
    Mar 20, 2012 5:22 PM
    I thought Claiborne had a very mediocre combine or Pro day while being evaluated?
    ——————–
    My bad. Just looked it up and he killed it. The guy is the most elite defensive back by far…

  61. contra74 says: Mar 20, 2012 6:59 PM

    gb4mn0 says:
    Mar 20, 2012 8:03 AM
    The deficient cretins in Manya$$holerus, MN need a steady diet of being reminded that they are LOSERS!
    ———–
    Ahhh the life of an unemployed virgin. It’s ok at the age of 12 but, what…37 years old?

  62. banlarson says: Mar 21, 2012 11:59 AM

    Everyone knows the Vikings have critical needs at LT, CB and WR. It just so happens there are 3 players that play those positions that can be justified going at #3. The only screw-up the Vikings can make is not taking one of the 3. Trading down will be an epic failure. Spielman, keep the pick and consider yourself a genius, at least until your 2nd pick.

  63. vikefan says: Mar 21, 2012 12:56 PM

    …….yeah, & rosie odonnel likes guys, right? they god rid of hutch and have no left side o -line, it will be Khalil, they have no choice. pure smokescreen for trade bait

  64. mkuske says: Apr 1, 2012 7:25 PM

    You’ve got to be able to play pass D in the NFC North. If you don’t, you will never be able to keep up with the scoreboard as Rodgers, Stafford and Cutler light you up. CB is more important than LT at this point. Just sayin’.

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