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  1. #211
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    This is an interesting article about Fields. It's also troubling to me because I tend to agree with the premise. (MrX mentioned the same in the past)

    The chart for the rise of Wilson and Jones is insane to see. I am glad the Jets are there today. I hope he sways them.

    https://www.theringer.com/2021/4/14/...atives-pro-day
    Article has definitely swayed me but like I said before, Jets are more than likely going to **** it up regardless.

  2. #212
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    Quote Originally Posted by LVC View Post
    Article has definitely swayed me but like I said before, Jets are more than likely going to **** it up regardless.
    Yep. Safe to assume whichever we take will suck and the other will be good-great.

  3. #213
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    Nothing validates the Wilson pick but good results, period.
    Nothing validates a Fields pick but good results, period.

  4. #214
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    We haven't picked yet and we already have buyer's remorse. LOL. We should have stuck with Darnold and traded the pick for 3 firsts +.

    I'm not sure who we're picking or SF for that matter and it can all be a smoke screen, but it is exciting.

    I'm also excited about the #23 pick. I was just thinking about trade down scenarios There are probably some teams excited about getting ahead of the Steelers for a center. KC and especially GB need one. Using just the point chart without measuring desperation or valuing next year picks, if KC wants to trade up from #31 to our #33, it should cost them #34, #94, #144 and #207 for a marginal premium. If GB wants to jump from #29 to #23, it would cost #29 and #92 for a slight premium. If we see a bunch of comparable players on the board at #23, it would be worth trading down. Of course, if a top 15 -18 talent drops to us, we'd probably have to take it. Very exciting.

  5. #215
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyi View Post
    We haven't picked yet and we already have buyer's remorse. LOL. We should have stuck with Darnold and traded the pick for 3 firsts +.

    I'm not sure who we're picking or SF for that matter and it can all be a smoke screen, but it is exciting.

    I'm also excited about the #23 pick. I was just thinking about trade down scenarios There are probably some teams excited about getting ahead of the Steelers for a center. KC and especially GB need one. Using just the point chart without measuring desperation or valuing next year picks, if KC wants to trade up from #31 to our #33, it should cost them #34, #94, #144 and #207 for a marginal premium. If GB wants to jump from #29 to #23, it would cost #29 and #92 for a slight premium. If we see a bunch of comparable players on the board at #23, it would be worth trading down. Of course, if a top 15 -18 talent drops to us, we'd probably have to take it. Very exciting.
    I might be in the minority but I would like to see a trade up to the early teens if Devonta Smith or Jaylen Waddle are available. We still have plenty of picks to use on OL and defense the rest of the draft.

  6. #216
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    Quote Originally Posted by bklynny67 View Post
    I might be in the minority but I would like to see a trade up to the early teens if Devonta Smith or Jaylen Waddle are available. We still have plenty of picks to use on OL and defense the rest of the draft.
    I totally agree
    I feel one of them may slip since last yearís draft had so many good WRs and this yearís overhyped QB class

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