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View Poll Results: Who was a better pick in the 2010 NFL Draft? McCluster or Gerhardt
McCluster was a better pick 99 73.88%
Toby Gerhardt was a better pick 19 14.18%
Neither will do anything of signifigance in the NFL 13 9.70%
It will be too close to call. They will both do about the same. 3 2.24%
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Old 04-25-2010, 07:26 PM  
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Better pick: Toby Gerhardt or McCluster?

Ok so Gerhardt went with the #51 (we took Arenas with #50).

We took McCkuster with #36.


So which is a better pick? Which back do you see as contributing more to the NFL?

I realize that they are different kinds of backs, so this is a difficult comparison...heck Gerhardt might even end up playing a lot of FB...

To me that makes the question more interesting!

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Old 04-25-2010, 07:57 PM   #31
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RB stands for Running Back in the NFL you waste of oxygen.
You are an idiot. Your opening thread says you realize they are different types of BACKS! McCluster won't be a back, he will be a WR who may occasionally line up as a RB or QB. You dumb ****!
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Old 04-25-2010, 07:57 PM   #32
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I think McCluster will be more apt to throw a pick
I don't understand how tight the spiral may be
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Old 04-25-2010, 07:58 PM   #33
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Exactly...
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Old 04-25-2010, 07:59 PM   #34
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I think you need to reread the question dumbass. Maybe you should reread the comments where I've said multiple times that McCluster was the better pick too.
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Old 04-25-2010, 07:59 PM   #35
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You are an idiot. Your opening thread says you realize they are different types of BACKS! McCluster won't be a back, he will be a WR who may occasionally line up as a RB or QB. You dumb ****!
You seriously want to argue about whether McCluster is RB who plays WR or a WR who plays RB...?

The question is which will be the better pick, not which will be a better RB..

WTF is happening here...Where did all the retards come from?
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Old 04-25-2010, 08:00 PM   #36
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Gerhardt will follow in the vaunted footsteps of Tommy Vardell.
Oh wow, I actually remember Tommy Vardell.
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You seriously want to argue about whether McCluster is RB who plays WR or a WR who plays RB...?

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What? this is my first post in this thread doucher. McCluster started his career at Ole Miss as a WR, they switched him to RB b/c he was so dynamic they wanted to get the ball in his hands more often.

We have Jamaal Charles, we don't need a dynamic RB. We need a dynamic receiver. Have you seen him play receiver?
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Old 04-25-2010, 08:03 PM   #38
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You seriously want to argue about whether McCluster is RB who plays WR or a WR who plays RB...?

The question is which will be the better pick, not which will be a better RB..

WTF is happening here...Where did all the retards come from?
Your original question:

"So which is a better pick? Which back do you see as contributing more to the NFL?

I realize that they are different kinds of backs, so this is a difficult comparison...heck Gerhardt might even end up playing a lot of FB..."
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We have Jamaal Charles, we don't need a dynamic RB. We need a dynamic receiver. Have you seen him play receiver?
I haven't seen him play receiver in the NFL, no.

That is why I am asking the question instead of stating a fact.

I am asking which the better PICK is....

I am NOT asking which one is a better running back.
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Hes to small to play RB in the NFL. Hes smaller than Charles. Like usual, this doucher has now idea what hes talking about and has never watched either player play.
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So which is a better pick? Which back do you see as contributing more to the NFL?

I realize that they are different kinds of backs, so this is a difficult comparison...heck Gerhardt might even end up playing a lot of FB...
I understand you are confused....the word back throws you off, because you have a small brain...

But the question is WHO WILL BE A BETTER PICK...

Whether or not you choose to call him a back or a receiver is meaningless.
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Old 04-25-2010, 08:05 PM   #42
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Hes to small to play RB in the NFL.
So you are saying he will never line up as a back? He will never be in the backfield?...Once again you are wrong and continue to make yourself look like a total ****ing moron.
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Old 04-25-2010, 08:06 PM   #43
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I haven't seen him play receiver in the NFL, no.

That is why I am asking the question instead of stating a fact.

I am asking which the better PICK is....

I am NOT asking which one is a better running back.
You're a retard. You haven't seen him play RB in the NFL. You ****ed up, live us to it. Anyways, have you see him play WR in college, or workouts or...?
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...and the answer is YES, 10/1 McCluster will be the better pick.
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So you are saying he will never line up as a back? He will never be in the backfield?...Once again you are wrong and continue to make yourself look like a total ****ing moron.
Ronnie Brown is a awesome QB isn't he? Who do you think is a better QB.. Ronnie Brown or Matt Cassel?
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