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  1. Fact is, that drafting a QB later in the draft affords you more options than just catching lightning in a bottle. It also allows the ability for guy to learn behind Matt. Maybe he develops into an excellent back-up, maybe he becomes a starter, or maybe he becomes trade bait. Patriots have done that before. It's not "wasting a draft pick" by any means.
  2. He wouldn't be the first "can't miss" prospect that couldn't deal with that type of environment and completely washes out.
  3. He did have a throwing shoulder injury. I just wouldn't take a chance on that high of a pick. I know Drew Brees made it back, and it looks like Wilson has recovered exceptionally well, but I just wouldn't pull the trigger that high.
  4. I would draft a QB later in the draft to see if we can catch lightning in a bottle. If that doesn't happen, look to use a higher draft pick next year to acquire one.
  5. Yeah, he's really good, but I think he's had some injury issues too.
  6. With him being 22, they didn't have to do this. They could still "win now", because they would have control for quite a while. Just seems like a potential disaster.
  7. Padres are going to regret at least one of those big contracts. It's not likely that both guys are going to be valuable through the duration of their contracts. It's hard to be great for another 10 years, much less 14. Padres are going all in now, but 5 years down the road, I think they'll regret at least one of these contracts.
  8. Did I say that? No, I did not. I don't think Trey Lance is going in the Top 10, and EVERY single year guys rise and fall. One, or more of these QB's will fall.
  9. June Jones thinks that Mac Jones is the best QB in the draft. I am not going to go that far, but the dude is really good. I wouldn't be shocked if he makes a steady rise up draft boards, and into the Top 10 by draft day. https://www.yahoo.com/sports/nfl-draft-trevor-lawrence-qb-3-thats-how-one-former-nfl-coach-grades-him-205523234.html
  10. I wouldn't mind getting James Conner on a reasonable deal for RB. Only 25, and he's been pretty good. With AS, pretty good could turn into **** good.
  11. Would love him, but not at $14.6 million, which is what CBS Sports puts his market at.
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