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If a sure-fire WR1 is not available after our first 2 picks, should we wait? Presuming we go Line with 1 and 2

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If you're a "sure fire" WR1 you probably don't make it out of the top 10.

I like several guys, but DeAndre Hopkins made a huge impression on me.

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this thread is wrong for so many reasons

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FUGGING LMAO

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We have a lot of talented receivers on the team ...most of them.young

we don't need just another body...we need someone to be a true number one, or it'll be a waste of.time and the.pick.

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Don't know if anyone's mentioned this yet but we don't have a 3rd rounder.

/sarcasm

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this thread is text book fail

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The line positions are easier to address than a number one receiver. If there is one available they fall in love with, they should pull the trigger. They are not going to find a day one starter at received the second day of the draft.

If Hunter, Hopkins, Rogers or Patterson is available at #33 I think a day one starter could very well be found on the second day of the draft.

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Yea I have to assume he meant something else, if there's a sure fire anything other than P, K, or maybe FB or LS after the top half of the first round, it's a pretty loaded draft class.

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I didn't read your whole post because it's way too long, but we don't even have a third round pick.

I am sure you have read way longer...Anyway, thanks for the correction.

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We would have to wait in your scenario.

We don't have a 3rd round pick.

Well, obviously that begs the question, which is really the point of the thread for the thinking man: With our need on the both lines, is it really worth taking another project or question mark at receiver at the cost of continued holes on both lines, especially with arguably an equal talent level and "question marks" already in our current WR corps?

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this thread is text book fail

Only for smartasses unwilling to get down to the essential point.

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