Jump to content



Photo

2012 NFL Draft - General Discussion - Round 4


  • Please log in to reply
2 replies to this topic

#1 Mike FF Today

Mike FF Today

    Administrator

  • Admin
  • 9,661 posts

Posted 28 April 2012 - 08:34 AM

QB Kirk Cousins and RB Lamar Miller are still on the board.

4.01 	 Rams 	        WR 	 Chris Givens 	 Wake Forest 	  
4.02 	 Dolphins 	RB 	 Lamar Miller 	 Miami
4.03 	 Ravens 	OL 	 Gino Gradkowski Delaware
4.04 	 Texans 	OL 	 Ben Jones 	 Georgia
4.05 	 Browns 	WR 	 Travis Benjamin Miami 	  
4.06 	 Broncos 	DB 	 Omar Bolden 	 Arizona State
4.07 	 Redskins 	QB 	 Kirk Cousins 	 Michigan State 	  
4.08 	 Panthers 	DL 	 Frank Alexander Oklahoma
4.09 	 Panthers 	WR 	 Joe Adams 	 Arkansas 	  
4.10 	 Bills 	        LB 	 Nigel Bradham 	 Florida State 	  
4.11 	 Seahawks 	RB 	 Robert Turbin 	 Utah State 	  
4.12 	 Chiefs 	WR 	 Devon Wylie 	 Fresno State 	  
4.13 	 Broncos 	OL 	 Philip Blake 	 Baylor
4.14 	 Steelers 	DL 	 Alameda Ta'Amu  Washington
4.15 	 Chargers 	TE 	 Ladarius Green  Louisiana-Lafayette 	  
4.16 	 Bears 	        TE 	 Evan Rodriguez  Temple 	  
4.17 	 Cardinals 	OL 	 Bobby Massie 	 Mississippi 	  
4.18 	 Cowboys 	LB 	 Kyle Wilber 	 Wake Forest 	  
4.19 	 Seahawks 	DL 	 Jaye Howard 	 Florida
4.20 	 Titans 	DB 	 Coty Sensabaugh Clemson 	  
4.21 	 Bengals 	TE 	 Orson Charles 	 Georgia 	  
4.22 	 49ers 	        OL 	 Joe Looney 	 Wake Forest
4.23 	 Vikings 	WR 	 Jarius Wright 	 Arkansas
4.24 	 Redskins 	LB 	 Keenan Robinson Texas
4.25 	 Browns 	LB 	 James-Michael Johnson 	 Nevada-Reno
4.26 	 Texans 	WR 	 Keshawn Martin  Michigan State

Follow me to the best fantasy draft program in the business.
_____________

Like FFToday on Facebook | Follow FFToday on Twitter


#2 jerryskids

jerryskids

    FF Geek

  • Members
  • 35,018 posts

Posted 28 April 2012 - 11:17 AM

Cards get Bobby Massie, OT from Ole Miss, at 4.17. What a steal. I figured when they went CB in the third (another area of need, as injuries showed last year), they were resigned to drafting guards and/or project guys for line depth. But Massie might come in and start.
Truth is, you could shove Obama's knowledge of small business operations and job creation up an gnats butt and it would rattle around like a marble in an empty supertanker. -- Neil Boortz

#3 mobb_deep

mobb_deep

    FF Geek

  • Members
  • 11,730 posts

Posted 28 April 2012 - 12:03 PM

Massie was great value, for sure.

Miller was good value too. Probably going to take him a few years to be FF relevant though. Well see how things pan out with Daniel Thomas... Was hoping Miller went to DET or GB.

Sangre Por Sangre