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  1. Yeah, but I'm saying it's much easier to find what we need at RB in the draft than it would be to draft the caliber of WR we're looking for. I'd rather they spent money on a FA WR than try to strike gold in the draft.
  2. Think it would be a mistake to kick the tires on a free agent when this year's draft class is loaded at the position. Money's better spent at WR.
  3. How did the Jaguars lose?

    They got out to a lead and retreated into playing conservative. Carolina falls into this trap more than most but New England scares a lot of good young teams this way.
  4. He's heard our doubts loud and clear. I'm officially excited.
  5. We are ALL once again PATRIOTS!!!!

    Eagles fans are notorious or whatever but I know one for every three Pats loving blowhard in my life. Can't bring myself to care about the horrible Philly fan stereotype when that only exists on the internet for me. Obnoxious Pats fans are an unfortunate consequence of life.
  6. We are ALL once again PATRIOTS!!!!

    Pull for division and Super Bowl opponents to lose always and forever
  7. Why the hate on Wilks?

    Wilks went from Defense Whisperer who should be our HC to bum who we should be fired here like overnight
  8. Someone here compared him to Moose recently and I think that's spot on. I'd even say his ceiling is a little higher but he needs a Steve Smith on the other side to really shine.
  9. Plus guys who are exclusively power backs aren't super coveted in the league anymore other than a few exceptions. With CMC we have the luxury of not having to reach for his other half.
  10. Josh Gordon in Norv Turner's offense missed two games and still led the league in 2013 with an outstanding 1,646 reception yards. His quarterbacks that season? Jason Campbell, Brandon Weeden, and Brian Hoyer, none of which are currently starting only three years later. In terms of pure talent, many rank him as a top 5 WR in the NFL. But talent was never the question for the explosive "Flash Gordon". In July 2011, Gordon was suspended indefinitely from Baylor for testing positive for marijuana. On July 5, 2014, Gordon was going 55 in a 35 MPH zone in Raleigh and was arrested for a DWI after blowing a .09. He was suspended from the NFL for one year. In January 2015, Gordon tested positive for alcohol while in the NFL's substance abuse program and was again suspended for the season. In September 2016, Gordon left the Cleveland Browns and checked himself into a rehab facility. In November 2017, Gordon was reinstated into the NFL. In his first football game in three years he went for 85 yards receiving. A week later he would catch his first touchdown since 2014. He's had great success with our new OC and with lesser QBs. He would instantly be the best wide receiver in franchise history outside of Steve Smith. The Browns have expressed interest in retaining him, so it would likely take a trade ahead of his upcoming free agency. His comeback has been highly publicized, with him stressing that he's turned over a new leaf and is now ready to do what he needs to do to provide for his family. Has he learned from the error of his ways or is he a ticking time bomb waiting to happen? Judge for yourself. https://www.gq.com/story/josh-gordon-nfl-2017-interview
  11. Receivers need to be #1 priority.

    Don't forget the brilliant "bargain bin unless it's a question-free superstar the entire league wants" couch GMs.
  12. Receivers need to be #1 priority.

    Best draft day scenario is some kid with the potential to clean Gordon's cleats falls to us because of an injury history, which is a greater risk IMO. Dude seems genuinely reformed. What better place for redemption than with our group of goody-goodies?
  13. Receivers need to be #1 priority.

    We're not getting a risk-free #1 receiver with the 24th pick.
  14. I'm excited to not have Shula as coordinator