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3rd best CB in this year's draft - Jeff Gladney


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6 minutes ago, Francis York Morgan said:

Love Gladney. Think he's gonna be in a weird spot for us tho - likely someone nabs him in the back 1st or early 2nd. Bryce Hall is a similar player that I see being more realistic. Either would be great though

All the great players in the first will be gone by pick #15. Then there'll be some quality late first and early 2nd rounders, but they'll all be long gone by pick #43, except for a few decent players from #45 to #54, then the bottom falls out at pick #55... Or is that just the Troff Factor and not the quality of the actual talent? lol. Maybe there is a legit reason why we spew picks to trade up every chance we get.  :lol:

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14 minutes ago, PokerSteve said:

All the great players in the first will be gone by pick #15. Then there'll be some quality late first and early 2nd rounders, but they'll all be long gone by pick #43, except for a few decent players from #45 to #54, then the bottom falls out at pick #55... Or is that just the Troff Factor and not the quality of the actual talent? lol. Maybe there is a legit reason why we spew picks to trade up every chance we get.  :lol:

The bright side? It's a perfect year to trade back. Thought it was last year too, though, but they got their guy...I guess.

It's also an interesting year to package #16 overall into a deal for a proven game changer. You know...a weapon on the back end who has a rep as a phenomenal leader, can man up on receivers and TEs, play in the box, rush the passer, etc.

If only this guy was on a team that needs an OT or WR, since that's likely to be BPA at #16 too, as we don't need either...wait, they are? And this is a guy disgruntled with the FO and that they already tried trading him once?

It's a no-brainer. Trade for Jamal Adams and the off-season is automatically a win. 

((sorry for the borderline thread hijack))

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1 hour ago, PokerSteve said:

All the great players in the first will be gone by pick #15. Then there will be some quality late first and early 2nd rounders, but they'll all be long gone by pick #43, except for a few decent players from #45 to #54, then the bottom falls out at pick #55... Or is that just the Troff Factor and not the quality of the actual talent? lol. Maybe there is a legit reason why we spew picks to trade up every chance we get.  :lol:

Every year folks say this, and then a day later it's "I can't believe Player X fell down the draft boards!". The reality is that there will be a ton of first/second round hopefuls that will fall, and a ton more that are seemingly overdrafted.

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1 hour ago, Francis York Morgan said:

The bright side? It's a perfect year to trade back. Thought it was last year too, though, but they got their guy...I guess.

It's also an interesting year to package #16 overall into a deal for a proven game changer. You know...a weapon on the back end who has a rep as a phenomenal leader, can man up on receivers and TEs, play in the box, rush the passer, etc.

If only this guy was on a team that needs an OT or WR, since that's likely to be BPA at #16 too, as we don't need either...wait, they are? And this is a guy disgruntled with the FO and that they already tried trading him once?

It's a no-brainer. Trade for Jamal Adams and the off-season is automatically a win. 

((sorry for the borderline thread hijack))

Adam's is the perfect safety. Man, zone, hitter. Whatever you need.

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