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    • I didn't say anything about his blocking at all. Put it more simply: if he's actually Kelce II, of course he's worth the pick. If he's merely a very good TE - typically measured by production, like a 700-800 yard guy - then he's not. Conversely, if a WR is (take your pick of future HOF WRs) then he's worth the pick AND if he's a very good WR (a 1000-1100-yard guy) then he's also worth it.  The point is the bar to measure success is - and, given their cost on acquiring a veteran in his 20s, appropriately is - higher for a TE if taken that early.
    • Mediocre players,  touche...lol ...It's just that I realize that stats can always tell different stories. Conklin didn't control how many touches he got in college so I won't ding him for that. I think he was very efficient with what he got which was my point.  As far as his stats with the Jets and Minn he's shown to be consistent and reliable in averaging about 10 yards per reception though he's not a YAK threat like Bowers. However, I do admit that I take offense when a consistent, team player is minimalized . Nothing wrong with that.
    • I think it’s both if you take Fashanu because unfortunately you know Tyron Smith won’t be playing 17 games. He hasn’t done that in awhile and he isn’t getting any younger. He basically never practiced last season in Dallas just so they could keep him fresh he still missed like 3 or 4 games.
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