justin hunter reminds me of fitzgerald when he came out of school a tall lanky WR he would be sexy on the outside
Don't want to invest another high draft pick on a wr
Watched the OT from Central Michigan last night. He looked really good. My question with him is still the competition level. They played Western Kentucky....
I want playmakers and I guarantee sam feels the same way! The two first rounders should be either a wr or TE and a lineman
here is my ideal draft
1a. Chance Warmack OG Bama
1b. Keenan Allen WR Cal
(Be happy with: Robert Woods, Tyler Eifert, Justin Hunter, only Defensive player wouldnt mind getting would be Kenny Vaccaro SS Texas, thats only if we can grab Da'Rick Rodgers in the second round)
my ideal draft
We have to allow the young guys we have to develop. You can't give up on Quick after 1 year! We should re-sign Danny, then allow guys line Givens and Quick to mature. If we feel the need to upgrade the passing game then I'm ok with a TE. But tbh if we upgrade the o-line our passing game will improve.
And our oline didnt allow a sack this week and the WR's still struggled
Look my point is we still don't know what we have in our young guys yet. We can't continue to invest high picks on wr's every year when we have other glaring needs. Wr's often take 2-3 years to reach their potential. Green and Jones are the exception not the rule. Blackmon just started to hit his stride at the end of the year. If we have an opprotunity to add a veteran wr in free agency fine but I don't see the sense in drafting more wr's
Answers all needs. :drool:
What if Sjax leaves. Is a Drich a #1 RB. I think we would have to look at a sleeper RB in the 3rd/4th. Any suggestions. What isf Lacy is there in the 3rd?
I'm with Knuckles. I'd rather sign a known quantity like Bowe at wr, since we know they normally take years to develop. Rookie OT's typically blossom right away if they're any good. Though I certainly won't complain about Jake Long. I'm also holding out hope for Eiffert.
In short, Bradford dodged a bullet this year - and the team needs to invest in offense.