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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Broken Arrow, Feb 3, 2023.
I would only do that if I could trade up to 8 though
And pass up on a generational talent at DE, so he can be drafted by a divisional rival.
Completely agree. He's this year's Malik Willis. Everyone saying he's going to go in the 1st, but will free fall once the draft moves around.
I feel sorry for the guy in a way. He got some bad advice from someone who convinced him to come out early. He needed to put more on tape and raise his completion percentage. I think he only has something like 400 career pass attempts.
If you have the qb, you can rebuild fast.
The Bengals were in the super bowl burrows second year. They were trash, obviously, as they had the first pick.
The jags won the division and a playoff game Lawrence's second year.
If you have a shot at a qb you believe in, take it.
Cin didn’t start rebuild in 2019. They started more in 2015 after they lost Andy Dalton, their previous QB that was a perennial playoff contender.
oddly enough, the 2 years prior to selecting Burrow #1, Cin took a C at 21 and a G at #11. (@The Hammer)
So it’s not like Cincy was crap, added a QB, then were SB contenders. Not what happened as much a the simplification of QB value has been broken down to.
Time for Guard in the first
should absolutely move up for bryce or stroud. would be a hard trade to navigate but it's definitely doable. we need to reload or we might be really really bad in a year or two. we will have big cap space next year (120m+) so get the qb this year and let him take his lumps for a year.
I dont think Titans believe in squwerrl
He's huge and athletic. But that's doesn't make a QB.