This all sounds like Cam all over again "too raw", "won't translate". 6ft5, 235, and could play TE in the NFL. You can't teach big and fast. IF this guy lives out his potential in the NFL teams will be very sorry they passed. If he goes to the NFL and gets stronger he will be a beast.
??? what makes you think my feelings or sensabilities were hurt or that i was offended? because i *shock* disagreed with something you proposed? lol
seems like there is someone whose feelings and sensibilities are hurt and who was offended by the responses in this thread, tho.
that would be you
Lol. You seemed more disturbed by the question than me. Others took it as a free shot. I'm a lot tougher than that. Just a solution to a problem thread. If you don't agree that's OK. Some people dont think it's such a bad idea be it 20% or so. If you take joy. So be it.
We don't have a shut down corners and our rookies need help until they grow. WR and CB are one of those positions that come at a premium. Just trying to find a solution.
Remember Colin Cole? Sitting at home and he got the call. It's not impossible. It may be improbable. If he was healthy I'd take him let other guys walk and draft a WR. You may have a different way to solve our problems. I'd be glad to hear them.
we weren't any better when he was on the field and we weren't any worse when he wasn't.
and....i'm not sure if anyone mentioned this yet but...HE's RETIRED!
I just don't remember the guy getting exploited like a couple guys we got now. He was not the true weakness in the secondary. Still had a little tread left aside from the shoulder.
Sorry the question hurt some feelings or sensibilities. If someone who could possibly help you came to the door would you choose a possibly more expensive option? The guys we got now aren't ready for the spotlight. A top CB is an expensive fix via FA. Using a high draft pick on a CB means no really good #1WR.
It was just a question sorry to offend you sir. Check no