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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Broken Arrow, Jul 9, 2018.
Everyone gets one bad game
That LB Murray from OU ain't a joke
HOPEFULLY, we go far this year and pick at or near the end of round 1...at which time we'll take the best player who fulfills one of our needs. Lots of options but they really can't be predicted until later. But here are some questions...
Do we go youth movement at OLB or keep one of the older vets (Rak/Morgan)?
Can Brown take over fulltime for Woodyard? Does Woodyard stay?
Do we need a dominant NT or upgrade at DE?
Do we need another #1 CB? Not sure how long we will keep paying Ryan and Butler.
Do we need a new S to pair with Byard? Does Cyp come back?
Do we need a new OC? OG?
Do we need to find the heir to Delanie or does Smith prove he can be the next guy and a difference maker?
Do we need another WR to pair with Davis or do Taylor and Sharpe and company prove capable of being good #2/#3's?
What do we lose/add in free agency?
Where do we pick?
We'll have a better idea later in the season...but the potential list of positions is OLB, DE, NT, ILB, CB, S, OC, OG, WR, or TE.
NT has been criminally ignored in JRob's tenure.
Yes. Byard is a solid starting S. He's nothing special. We need a dynamic athlete deep.
Yes, in free agency
I don't think we need to find that guy yet, but Smith needs to be upgraded, or at the very least, needs to earn that #2 spot.
I think this has been answered through six games. Lol
I'm just gonna put this here for future reference. I want us to take Clayton Thorson, QB Northwestern, in the 2nd round. Let him sit for a little while during Mariotas last year as a Titan and give him the reigns whenever is right. He is the total package and is used to playing with no talent around him.
1. OL Cody Ford
2. C Elgton Jenkins
3. QB Clayton Thorson
4. RB Myles Gaskin
QB Teddy Bridgewater
WR Golden Tate, Tyrell Williams
OG Ali Marpet
What year is the Trevor Lawrence (QB Clemson) draft?
He's a true freshman. 2020.
Give me josh Allen from Kentucky then a guard/center in round 2