Reaction to Fuller pick mostly positive

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  1. short faced bear

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    I'm not sure why anyone would be down on Fuller based on how the draft shook out. It wasn't a broken Cwill we drafted for Pete's sake. Dennard was hurt IIRC so Fuller was one of the top corners in the draft that can play multiple positions right away and gain valuable experience.

    Grade A pick imo
     
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    SFB, I like the player, just the team needed a starting S, and they won't find one now, they were all taken in the 1st; but they still could have found a starting NB to be starting CB next year in the 2nd or 3rd; and still addressed the DT/NT position also.

    But it's water under the bridge, the draft is shaking out fine minus S.
     
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    I don't think they care that much for the safety position esp. with the DL all but revitalized. I wish they would have tabbed Pryor myself but if Fuller can pinch-hit at S here and there perhaps the dire need would be lessened.
     
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    That I agree w/SFB, they apparently don't give 2 shakes about S. If they are happy w/Mundy/Conte/Jennings then they cannot possibly value the S position b/c that might well be the worst starting S core in all of the NFL and college 1A football.
     

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