If i'm going to take a pass rush specialist only, a guy to groom for the future, i'd be more inclined to lean towards Kyle Wilber. He has better size, a good first step, and has shown the ability to drop in coverage. Plus, he can be had much later in the draft and not be expected to produce early in his career.
would you guys go postal if we used the #8 pick on chandler jones??? i know we've worked him out extensively and his stock is red hot...i think he might actually be in play along with coples and tannehill...
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I like Chandler Jones, but man...8 is pretty rich. I wouldnt go postal...but I would be pretty disappointed in taking him over Tannehill. Id rather take the QB with high end tools and potential than an OLB with high end tools and potential. Its not like Jones has crazy production...I mean youd be drafting on upside with him as well.
hey i'm just trying to put the pieces together of where guys value lies and what miami feels is a priority...and imo pass rush even if its situational pass rush is critical...if its a true 43 i think also though that a 43 de who can play on 1st and 2nd down and be stout against the run is another must have
I still feel like flipping Pouncey and Incognito would be a great move. Garner could still be a good fit at RG as well.
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i won't be surprised if he goes top 12 tomorrow i tell ya that...not anymore