Quote Originally Posted by ckparrothead View Post
I think it's the cheap way out. You're guaranteed to get a solid player that doesn't necessarily make a big impact on your team. As a GM it will pad your portfolio of non-bust draft picks so you can say, I always pick solid players. But you SHOULD be aiming for more than that. You should be aiming to get an impact player.
Couldnīt disagree with you CK...but if a player of Warmackīs quality, would impact young players already on the field like Clay, DT, Miller, and Mathews, plus FAgents and other picks, isnīt he worth it? How big of a drop-off is there between him and other Guards? Is he that special of a project? Will he impact our OLine in a way similar to what the Cowboys had in the 90īs? Does he fit our scheme? What do you get first, the egg, or the chick? What little Iīve seen of him (and Iīm no Ted or Namor), is one of the meanest, strongest G prospects in years, all Iīm trying to imply is that it would probably impact our team in more positive ways than negative (contradictory to Irelandīs life expectancy)...