No way the pats lose to the Colts. They will have payback on their mind. It will be 2014 all over again with Brady seeing red. They will not coast in the second half either. This will be a statement game.
You don't have an issue drafting Funchess after selecting Benjamin as well? Personally, I'd rather avoid having two Panthers receivers. Cam runs too much to feed both mouths. I really like both options, but don't think I would want to have both, you know what I'm saying. If I don't get Benjamin early I'll look for Funchess later.
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Brian Winters, OT/G, Kent State
Height: 6-4. Weight: 320. Arm: 32. Hand: 9 1/2. Projected 40 Time: 5.25. Projected Round (2013): 3-5. 4/13/13: Winters had a dominant senior season for Kent State which raised his profile for the NFL. He was an All-Conference selection from his sophomore season on. The Senior Bowl was sort of neutral for Winters as he didn't help or hurt himself significantly. However, Winters checked in three inches shorter than his listed height and almost 20 pounds heavier. The lack of height and length could push him inside to guard in the NFL.
Winters compounded his issues with a bad Combine. He had the worst showing on the bench press (9 reps) of any lineman who participated. Winters looks like a guard in the NFL.