If its true that he has that natural instincts on reading a QB, something you can't teach and with us needing one badly, forget waiting I'd move down in the second and take him there.
After looking at our contracts more in depth, I'm on the Joeckel bandwagon. Peters contract is only for 2 more years and I guess we need to find a long term replacement and I don't see us picking in the top 5 again in the next 2 or 3 years so doing that now will be beneficial.
Then we need safeties, maybe a SAM now that they think Kendricks is way better at WLB, and maybe a CB to replace Nnamdi, I liked Marsh when he played last week and think he can be a solid in house option. Other then that our other needs are "luxury"... Ya a WR upgrade would be nice but that's just a luxury option because we won't suffer with our current corp heading into next year, with Coops emergence.
Moving I dont know much about the prospects because I have not watch much but we need big time safeties, we also need a tackle best case scenario we get Peter and soon to be named at Tackle put Herman in Watkins place worse case we just replace Peter if he not effective because of a injury which unfortunately I think will happen.
right now im just so own on this draft class and will be until i can actually see what he TEAMS have to say about players...
but id be lying if I were to say this draft class excites me...and you know how much i love the draft....
theres only 3 REAL players I think have potential
God. This draft class suuuuuuucks. Not a single one of these guys excites me to any level.
We're picking top 10, of course it is.
Does anyone have an up to date link with strength of schedules?
We seriously can't afford to win one more game, we have 5th right now and one more win moves us out of the top 10 and after the year we've had if we get a pick that's not top 5 it'll really feel horrible.
Yeah this class is miserable.
These recent mock drafts (good god it's December...) all picking Joeckel at the Eagles spot has sorta got me thinking, and at this point I'm on board. A line of Peters-Mathis-Kelce-Herremans-Joeckel with Watkins, Kelly, Scott, and Reynolds as the backups is really solid. And if this year's taught us anything, it's the value of having playable backups.