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If all 3 still available at #8, who do you take?


If these three are still available at #8  

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  1. 1. Who do you draft?

    • Sewell
      47
    • Pitts
      23
    • Surtain
      0


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Who do you want and why?

Sewell - best left tackle 

Pitts - arguably the best player available regardless of need

Surtain - best CB in the draft

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39 minutes ago, NAS said:

Who do you want and why?

Sewell - best left tackle 

Pitts - arguably the best player available regardless of need

Surtain - best CB in the draft

Sewell - best player at greatest position of need.  “They (BPA) are more like guidelines than actual rules”

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46 minutes ago, imminent rogaine said:

Use the hype for those players to maximize return for trading back.

Luke, CMC, Sewell.  You don’t get to pick from the top ten players very often...

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Sewell simply because Pitts can't get the ball if Darnold is fertilizer for the turf on passing downs.  We have talent with Anderson, DJ Moore and CMC, they need more just 1 second to get open.

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The better question might be if you replaced Sewell with Slater.  I still go Slater over Pitts--but I would hate life about it later.  Here is how I see it:

1. A good LT protects the blind side about 30 times each game.  A good LT keeps bad things from happening, so he is less admired by fans.

2. A good pass-catching TE is targeted 10-12 times per game.   A good TE causes good things to happen, so fans cheer for him. 

A LT is more valuable than a TE in general.  A lot more valuable.

 

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39 minutes ago, MHS831 said:

The better question might be if you replaced Sewell with Slater.  I still go Slater over Pitts--but I would hate life about it later.  Here is how I see it:

1. A good LT protects the blind side about 30 times each game.  A good LT keeps bad things from happening, so he is less admired by fans.

2. A good pass-catching TE is targeted 10-12 times per game.   A good TE causes good things to happen, so fans cheer for him. 

A LT is more valuable than a TE in general.  A lot more valuable.

 

Fair. Looks like Sewell is our consensus pick, not even a debate. It’s debatable if he will drop that low or if Dolphins or Bengals snag him before us. 

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I need more time...

50- Sewell

50- Pitts

0- surtain

If pitts, its almost a must the 39th pick needs to be a LT.

Sewell offers the least stress for the next pick/S. 

Gun to my head today its Sewell, could change within the hour. 

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