TRADE UP!! Superstars help teams win big in this league.
Last big "trade down" Miami did failed. Could have had Earl Thomas instead we got Oddrick/Misi. Both nice players....but give me Earl friggin Thomas!!!
i don't buy the corner stuff frankly...but if we do i want it to be verrett...what i hear is fuller won't get to us anyways...and that's fine by me...high in his pedal fluid feet and hips but i see issues in off man...plus i have concerns with va tech prospects they are extremely well coached and many come out maxed out players...
if it's corner give me verrett...i think that's the ideal scheme fit even if it is gonna be in the slot...
do i think it will be a corner though...not unless we trade down...they want to give taylor a shot and they paid finnegan too much guaranteed money for me to buy corner at 19
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Personally, I see us adding BPA at 50, who is likely going to be a defensive player, but OL in rounds 1 and 3. After that. I'd be happy if the late rounds were some combo of WR, CB and OL.
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Conversely, if there is a run on QB's early....a player or two we would really like, might just fall to us.
I wish we were around 16 or 17, but this draft isn't a bad one to be at 19. We should either be able to get a good player we really like(if QB's and WR's run early)....or we should be able to trade back 8-12 spots and get an extra second.
I could see Cleveland wanting to find a trading partner to jump Cincy in order to get to Bridgewater first. Word is since Gruden isn't in Cincy anymore to protect Dalton, Mike Brown can finally get rid of him. I don't think Brown has ever really been that vested in Andy Dalton (as well he shouldn't be) and word is he really likes Bridgewater. Assuming Cleveland passes on Johnny Football and takes a Watkins or something they're going to want to jump up from that 26 spot. The spots just in front of them are prime "trade back into the 1st round" spots for teams wanting a QB.
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