Allen was taken in the third last year, the round you are drafted in doesn't mean much. Ask Tom Brady. If a 4th rookie is starting at wr it's probably bc he worked extra hard and showed the coaches he deserves to start. I don't really care what round our number 1 wr is drafted in as long as we get one.
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apparently only idiots think you can get starting caliber production out of wide receivers selected outside of the first round, especially in an exceptionally deep draft
all the armchair GMs on this board lost their minds when kawann short was selected in the second instead of keenan allen because he would have been a day one game changer for us
wrap your head around that one