Not sure if it's been said yet but we're all obviously expecting BIG things in 2016, so this pick could be the last pick in the 7th in 2017 before the comp picks. The risk/reward with this move make it a no brainer.
The stupidity eventually put us in a position to draft Cam and Luke, which, God Bless him, he did. At least our current GM didn't trade a 1st/3rd/7th for Percy Harvin or a 1st that could have been Kelvin Benjamin for Trent Richardson. It's all good.
Sigh. Neither you nor I have the slightest clue what teams will be healthy and/or firing on all cylinders in January. Survive and Advance. In the salary cap era, anything can happen. And right now, on paper, I'd take our defense/QB combo alone over any.
Agree. After KB went down, like most, I felt like my dog died for a few days. I'm over it now. That's football. Survive and Advance, 3 Peat, and, with a D and running game hopefully in sync with a healthy Cam, a chance against anyone in Jan/Feb to bring the ring to CLT for the first time.
Not sure why they care since their franchise is unlikely to be there much longer, but Jax is huge Gator country and the hate for Cam is strong. They're also major a-holes, and laughed at us 20 years ago for being an equal or greater location for a franchise because they were in "football country". Bwahaha!!! Doesn't change the fact Cam has an unmatched resume and skill set for a 26 year old in the history of team sports and is gonna ramrod it up the keister of ALL haters over the next decade+.
Seahawks look like crap again. Blown away on both sides of the ball, particularly their OL. Chargers at one point had 10 first downs to one and currently have 120 more yards and twice the TOP. Seahawks still lead in the 3rd as Tyler Lockett returned a punt for a TD.
Go take a look at Hardy's 2013 game log. 7 of 15 sacks against craptastic jabronies on the Giants and Falcons. Another 3 against Armstead in his first game. 5 others sprinkled throughout. Ealy had a sack against Joe Thomas and a respectable outing against Solder. Not bad.