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WR Preference  

149 members have voted

  1. 1. Who's your favorite WR outside the top 4?

    • Jordan Matthews
      45
    • Odell Beckham Jr.
      26
    • Allen Robinson
      24
    • Brandin Cooks
      17
    • Davante Adams
      9
    • Jarvis Landry
      15
    • Paul Richardson
      0
    • Other (Specify)
      13
    • Cody Latimer
      0


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Beckham would be a great second round pick.

 

why not a 1st? everything im seeing has him graded as a late 1st rounder. look at the impact that Patterson had on a Vikings team, they are very comparable players in style with Odell being a better route runner, and having better hands.

 

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Can we leave the UNC and TE talk out of a simple WR poll thread? That'd be great.    :thumbsu:

 

And disclaimer: I'm just asking who you like the most at the position, not if you want them at #28.  Just trying to encourage football talk about the prospects themselves and not about what we think is the best strategy given our draft position.  

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isnt it amusing how people take this self appointed pedestal of "elite knowledge" when they say we need a TE over a WR?

lol we have one of the worst recieving corps in the league and a top 7 TE and people act like theyve stumbled across some hidden knowledge that is unbeknownst to the general populace except you've got every wannabe smart guy GM on this board proclaiming it because we all know here at the huddle "BPA=safest player available" at draft time.

"but but but teh shockey packages =(((("

Newsflash O'Wise One- We likely would have taken Eifert last year if Star wasn't available. RR has emphasized the TE since his first presser. Not to mention it's a new NFL and there are logical reasons why a likely available TE would be the best pick at #28.

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Wide Receivers people.  

 

Anyways, OBJ, Robinson, and Matthews are in close running in my book.  I don't have a clear cut favorite but am leaning toward Beckham at the moment.  He plays like he's 6'3 and is aggressive with the deep balls.  

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 I dont believe at all that Watkins, Evans, Lee & Benjamin will all be gone by #28 (I want Lee/Benjamin) but I like Beckham the most out of the other WRs. Getting Beckham/Landry combination would be awesome.

 

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Brandon Coleman in the 4th round. Big, tall and fast. Could've stayed another year at Rutgers but he's raw. Reminds me of a more athletic Plaxico Burress.

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Unless we go  OL or TE with our first pick in the draft, Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State,may be the best WR still on the board when we pick at # 28.

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I don't think Landry is far behind from Beckham though.  He actually matched better against Verrett this past season whereas JV put up a good fight against Beckham in the TCU-LSU game.  Beckham still played darn well though.  

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Interested in a bump to see if any minds have changed or what people are thinking as the combine approaches.  

 

I'm still leaning towards Beckham but Robinson and Adams are close running in my book.  

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Might be a lot of hurt fans just like last year when we don't pick up a receiver in the first.  Unless a top 10 guy really falls, Gettleman said in a recent article that it is hard to find a receiver who can contribute right away.  He said a few guys this past year did but they are actually in the minority if you look at everyone who gets drafted in the first 2 rounds over the past several years.  If we are looking for a starter who can replace Smitty this year, it won't b a draft pick.  If we are looking for a starter who can replace Smitty in 2 or 3 years then that player might be find anywhere in the first 4 rounds not necessarily in the first or second.  Given that it is easier to find a lineman or even a corner who can come in and start like White last year, I really think that Gettleman won't be looking for a WR in the first.  I suspect he will pick up a guy or two in free agency.  As he said, you don't draft for need.  The best way to do it to find need players in FA so you are able to pick up the BPA regardless of need. That is exactly what we did with Luke when we thought our linebackers were set with Beason coming back.  We all saw how that worked out.

He has been qouted in interviews about helping cam and the offense adding weapons.

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