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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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With the abundance of WRs in this draft there should be some value that could fall into the 3rd. I would not mind trading into the 3rd if the scouting department does their homework and feel comfortable with a player. There's also guys in the 4th and on like Dobson and Wilson who have upside.

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With the abundance of WRs in this draft there should be some value that could fall into the 3rd. I would not mind trading into the 3rd if the scouting department does their homework and feel comfortable with a player. There's also guys in the 4th and on like Dobson and Wilson who have upside.

Don't we already have a few 2nd , 3rd and 4th round wr on the roster? If there is not one worth taking in the 1st round then I don't really see the need in wasting another later round pick on one. JMO.

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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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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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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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