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Gotta have both

Doesn't matter how good the oline is if the wr's can't get separation. Still leads to a broken play or a sack.

If the oline isn't good enough then the Wr's don't always have time to get open.

However with better wr's if Cam roles out the Wr's will likely be open.

Then again improved OL play can also improve the run game.

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Oline or Wr in the 1st doesn't matter to me as long as we dedicate this draft to the offense.

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Fix the OL this year the WR position next year. With time bad receivers flourish.

I'm sorry but you must not have any draft knowledge because your statement is very ignorant. If anything this year we fix WR and fix OL next year. Your talking 5 blue chip OL this year compared to 20 to 30 blue chip WRs.

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I'm sorry but you must not have any draft knowledge because your statement is very ignorant. If anything this year we fix WR and fix OL next year. Your talking 5 blue chip OL this year compared to 20 to 30 blue chip WRs.

 

Couldn't agree more and the 5 OL will be off the board before we pick. And then we would be in dangerous when you reach you get screwed range in gettlman terms.

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I'm sorry but you must not have any draft knowledge because your statement is very ignorant. If anything this year we fix WR and fix OL next year. Your talking 5 blue chip OL this year compared to 20 to 30 blue chip WRs.

 

If this is true, under those conditions wouldn't it make more sense to take the OL early (i.e. less of a dropoff waiting on receivers)?

 

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Oline or Wr in the 1st doesn't matter to me as long as we dedicate this draft to the offense.

best hope offense is bpa then. Lol

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This does not mean T is the #1 pick, but I am happy they said it.

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