no earlier than the 4th. I understand the idea of stockpiling players/re-investing in the future but that has HORRIBLY backfired on teams like the 49ers, and until recently, the Pats. The 9ers were primed to dominate for years with their picks and couldn't manage to do it, because they kept investing down the road. If you have time to win in the NFL, you go for it no questions asked. I want players that can make an impact early on in rounds 1 and 2. KK and Kony both did, and they didn't have a huge injury risk.
Don't think it's the worst ever idea, but put the likelihood at a very low percentage.
It would require all of the OTs, WRs, DEs, CBs and Landon Collins not being there in order for it to happen, IMO. Gurley is a rare talent, injury history or not. He is capable of giving Adrien Peterson kind of production, but you just don't know how long he will be capable. Could be one season, could be ten. Too much risk in the first round.
There are gifted RBs that possess more value after the first round too, but that, IMO, is a gamble too. Gurley is crazy talented, but with two major collegiate injuries, he would literally have to be the BPA at 25. Though the stats compare pretty favorable to Trent Richardson's at Alabama, I don't remember Richardson being as explosive and eye-catching as Gurley is.
Literally everytime that Gurley touched the ball, it could have been a home run at UGA. My gf went to UGA so they became my default SEC team since I don't have one. Loved what I saw from him, and he's an NC native.
Destiny is so strange for me. I see all of it's shortcomings and completely understand all the criticism it gets. But whenever I have time to game, I find myself playing destiny. It's incredibly addicting and utilizes the same principles gambling does: i.e. flashing lights of exotic weapons and the random number generator for loot. Furthermore, one thing Bungie nailed is the gameplay. One of the best FPS games I have ever played. Say what you want about the story, the content, the DLC, hell even the lack of matchmaking for raids, but when you get into this game, I find it hard to get out.
If you like Shooters with RPG elements, and you don't mind scraping weapons and armor about every three months, then Destiny is a great game. Destiny is a GRINDER game though. You'll be doing things over and over, but I still enjoy the crap out of it.
I love the moment to moment. The PVP is fun to me, even though I am TERRIBLE. Shooting the heads of enemies is so much fun. Heck, last night I actually had a few minutes to play so I hopped on and did the daily story, a higher level version of a mission you do much earlier. It seems in the 8 days or so that I hadn't played, I forgot how to aim. I died several times because I was aiming and shooting at the ground and rocks! But it was still fun. Hilarious when a Thrall would sneak up on me! I was so sloppy but I managed it!
Oh, and I would skip the Bungie.net forums. They are mostly a cespool (where I post too much!) of negativity...I need to stay way but I can't!