I read an interesting post by sockpuppeteerisback on CSR and it got me thinking. I like the idea and the reasoning behind Gettleman picking a position to solidify and going after that in the draft. That being said, I did some mock drafts (all 7 rounds) with the idea of double dipping while still keeping BPA in mind if there wasn't a obvious need (QB, ILB, etc.).
Now, I doubt this could ever happen, but this is how my last draft came out...
Pick Player Position Projection
28 Eric Ebron TE 16
60 Austin Sefarian-Jenkins TE 46
92 Joel Bitonio OT 115
124 Ed Stinson DE 115
156 Victor Hampton CB 157
188 Ty Zimmerman S 180
202 Aaron Colvin CB 252
Outside of Aaron Colvin, who if not injured would be a much earlier pick, there were no reaches based on projections.
I know Ebron and ASJ aren't wide receivers, but if they're available at our picks, do we take them? Seeing how the league is progressing with this hybrid TE it's almost crazy not to. They fit the mold of big-bodied that Gettleman likes, they give Cam immediately upgraded weapons and now we're rotating TEs who can block and receive so we're not giving our sets away. Cam thrived having two TEs in his first 2 seasons. I know this probably isn't realistic, but I was just curious as to what the consensus would be if this scenario played out. I think it could be a VERY intriguing possibility.
I would love to know your thoughts...