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    Params: post, 358079, a:1:{i:0;s:388:"Benjamin Ijalana played both OT and OG in college and measures at 6'4" 320 lbs so he has the versatility to either replace LG Daryn Colledge or take over Right Tackle if Chad Clifton gets hurt and we put Bulaga at LT. Should we take him at #32 instead of someone like OT Anthony Castonzo? I don't think it's too much of a reach for him since he's projected as a top 2nd round pick anyway.";}, 1458829234, 1462285596
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    Params: post, 358080, a:1:{i:0;s:394:"I do like his versitility but with Lang who can also play both G and RT I think you have to go with the better player regardless of his versitility and I think that would be the Boston College kid in this situation. I think Bulaga can play LT but there are those that doubt him there in the NFL which is why I'd like to see the Pack pick more of a pure OT like the one you suggested or Carimi.";}, 1458829234, 1462285596
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    Params: post, 358081, a:1:{i:0;s:236:"Costanzo will more than likely be gone by #32, but Carimi and Ijalana would both be very good draft picks. I would love to see Pouncey fall, but I doubt it. The Packers have the luxery of being able to take the best player available.";}, 1458829234, 1462285596
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    Params: post, 358082, a:1:{i:0;s:509:"Ijalana has become a sexy O-line pick at 32 for GB. I would not be dissapointed to see him but to me he looks like a LG not a LT. Could he be the next Steve Hutchinson? It would be awesome if he was but depending on how the situation sorts put with Colledge I am more hoping for a OLB at 32. Should GB draft a tackle I would hope they get Camini or Costanzo! Most of the NFC North has pressing issues on the O-line so I suspect those guys will be long gone so he may be GB's only option! Pack88";}, 1458829234, 1462285596
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    Params: post, 358085, a:1:{i:0;s:127:"I will keep saying it - WR with returning abilities would make me shout Hallelujah! But OLB and OT are my thoughts for "needs".";}, 1458829234, 1462285596
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    Params: post, 358086, a:1:{i:0;s:1225:"Not really sure what I would prefere an OG or OT, this is obviosly a future pick so I'm going to assume in a couple years Clifton is gone but Wells is still kicking around. So in a couple years would I prefere a left side with Bulaga and a first round guard (Ijalana or Pouncey) which has the potential to be elite and would hopefully protect rodgers blind side as well as provide huge holes for our runningbacks. This would also require Lang to be RT more than likely. ------Or-------- Two first round OTs in Bulaga and either Camini or Costanzo with Lang being the LG. Assuming both the Guard and Tackle possibilities are all equally good I would prefere the guard option. I feel Lang could be a good RT in the future he did a pretty good job (not great but not terrible) against Peppers (one of the top 5 DEs in the league) when Clifton went down which gives gives me hope he could play well at RT and an elite left side duo in Bulaga and whoever would do wonders for our running game. This also assumes that all the prospects are equal which is very doubtable so if TT sees an avalible OT is miles better than an avalible OG then I would prefere that option. Either way I trust TT and his team way more than myself.";}, 1458829234, 1462285596
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    Params: post, 358087, a:1:{i:0;s:647:"I'm all for the O line pick. I'd prefer to see a tackle since I think the Pack has their LG waiting in the wings. I am wondering why everyone keeps seeing a WR picked. I think with Finley and Quarless both healthy you already have too many to defend. I think the Packers will look to use both TEs as receivers more like NE is doing. Also, we haven't seen it yet, but Starks is a very good pass catcher. I wouldn't be disappointed at all if they took a stud OLB first and looked at tackle in the 2nd round. NO question it would be nice to see a good returner. I don't think speed is enough though, Shields is blazing fast and he didn't get it done.";}, 1458829234, 1462285596
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    Params: post, 358089, a:1:{i:0;s:1510:"The pipedream player of this years' draft for me is Patrick Peterson. But it's nearly impossible we'll pick him. I think his body type and skills, he's the perfect replacement for Charles Woodson when he retires. The OTs I like are Carimi and Castonzo. Don't like Solder and Smith. One looks soft and not very sound in his technique, got consistantly beat, and badly, at the Senior Bowl. The other never played over 300 lbs. Teams passed on Charles Brown because of that, though I think Smith is more physical, and if he's able to translate with bigger weight, he could be very good. But anything a tackle does above 300 lbs just doesn't count. It's like a QB that played in the spread. You can't translate properly what you see on film to the nfl. Really like JJ Watt for DE, would love to have a guy like him to replace Jenkins. Though Dom Capers' scheme calls for 1 gap penetration, and Watt's heigh is a disadvantage in his scheme, as opposed to the system Parcells run (and the Patriots run) that emphasises taller DEs to hold the point of attack as a two gap DE. But I think he has enough talent to play either. The receiver I like, but not for first round, is Terrance Toliver. He's really big, and is athletic. But he didn't run many routes in college, so that's a problem. But he performed really well in the gauntlet IMHO today, he looked fluid, catched the ball easily, and had great breaks. As for pass rushers, I have no idea right now. Von Miller is obviously a beast, but he'll be long gone.";}, 1458829234, 1462285596
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    Params: post, 358090, a:1:{i:0;s:233:"Patrick Petersen would fill in the gap of kick off/punt returner for us, while he is being mentored for the corner. He has amazing speed and good hands, plus has returning experience. He is only coming to GB if we move way up I fear.";}, 1458829234, 1462285596
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    Params: post, 358093, a:1:{i:0;s:329:"No chance we move up into top 5 to grab Peterson. We'd have to give a lot up for that and we have the CBs we need to compete this year. We might go CB Aaron Williams in the 1st though in case Woodson gets hurt. Other choices are WR Jon Baldwin or OG Danny Watkins. Most of the top OTs rocketed up boards thanks to great workouts.";}, 1458829234, 1462285596
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