I am interested in knowing if others are as uncomfortable as I am in drafting a big WR--in college, they tend to dominate, but in the pros, it seems many bust. Maybe I am basing this on one or two.
Here is another question: What is the difference between Benjamin in the first and Brandon Coleman in the third or later? Coleman was the focus of the offense on a pretty bad team with a pretty bad QB. At FSU, they had a good qb and other options. Coleman is a little better route runner and I think his hands are better. With Benjamin, you do not get double moves, you get slow breaks on out routes. You can throw slants and deep balls to him. I do not like guys with questionable hands running slant routes. That leads to 6 points the other way.
I still like Odell Beckham better, and that could be some severly flawed thinking. I like the precision and hands of Abbrederis, and I really think Moncrief is underrated..
BUT I THINK WE ARE NOT IN THE MARKET FOR JUST A WR, we are in the market for # 1 WR. That makes the most sense to me.
If only we could find us a shot down corner. With this DL we could be close to being in the same league as seattle. The quest for that shut down corner is so elusive in the NFL. Harder to find than a franchise QB.
Do we really need a shut-down? Or a pro-bowl CB? Its not hard to find at all, just suck and get a high draft pick
Peyton was punked. The supposed genius who would make all those adjustment at the line flailing his arms around aimlessly got humiliated. There is no room for geniuses in athletic event but I know cancer research can use a few. lol
This is a true statement. Watching Manning career proves initial gameplan > in-game adjustments. You can't be a QB and offensive coordinator. Let the coaches gameplan and stick to it