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  1. We will know if sauce is the goods or not early this season,
  2. I say support the QB position in general. If it aint zack it will need to be someone else. Maybe if we had some pieces we would be more desirable?
  3. the more I look at that top 10 list the more I salivate at the thought that 2 of the top ones could/should be in our WR room this year.
  4. I wouldnt be mad if we took one at 4 and 10. IF they feel very strong about a guy that will be available later I am okay with that, I guess. We have the longest drought of drafting a WR in the 1st rd last one being santana moss. Now we have the opportunity to take any WR we want. Cant tell me there isnt going to be super stud at the NFL level waiting to join our offense at #4.
  5. I remember debating jeudy, waddle, ruggs chase etc. The bengals knew to take chase at 5 or 6 or wherever the heck they took him as the #1 WR off the board. We are in the position to do that and I like it. Hope we know who that True Best WR of this class is and take them at #4.
  6. Our WR room has gotten thinner from last season where we had 2 doods named smith running routes. no such thing as drafting a WR too high if he winds up being a true number one. Add to that this offseasons WR contracts. We have our pick of any WR coming out this year. If we take the davante adams/jamar chase of this years draft @ 4 I will be ecstatic. Go to our 2nd highest rated WR and take them at 10. Double down on WR I Say! https://nypost.com/2022/04/16/ranking-the-top-10-wide-receivers-in-2022-nfl-draft/ 1. Drake London, USC, 6-5, 210 pounds Possession receiver and red-zone target. Recovering from a fractured ankle, so questions linger about top-end speed. Lines up inside and outside. Rips away contested catches with easy strength. Averaged 11 catches per game last season. 2. Jameson Williams, Alabama, 6-2, 189 pounds Overlooked at Ohio State behind the next two on this list, but his jets outclassed even the fastest cornerbacks in the SEC after transfer. Scored 11 touchdowns of 30 yards or more — some on quick-hitters. Coming off a bowl-game ACL tear. 3. Garrett Wilson, Ohio State, 6-0, 192 pounds YAC attack! Acceleration and strength to run through tackles means big yards after the catch. Inside/outside versatility and the wide catch radius usually associated with bigger receivers. Played his best at the end of last season. 4. Chris Olave, Ohio State, 6-1, 188 pounds Smooth route-runner with a knack for creating separation. First receiver multiple Ohio State quarterbacks looked to when plays broke down. Ran a 4.39-second 40-yard dash but scouts want him to add strength to counter press-man coverage. 5. Treylon Burks, Arkansas, 6-3, 225 pounds Led Power Five receivers with a 98.4 receiving grade on 20-plus yard targets, according to Pro Football Focus. Drawing comparisons to Titans star A.J. Brown because of size/speed combination. Underperformed at NFL Scouting Combine. 6. Christian Watson, North Dakota State, 6-5, 208 pounds Crushed the combine with the athleticism that will allow him to jump over coverage. Still raw but work ethic suggests he will put in the time to polish off routes. Father was an NFL safety. 7. John Metchie, Alabama, 6-0, 195 pounds Watch the incredible footwork and short-area quickness on his whip route for the game-winning score against Auburn. Understands leverage and will be a nightmare to cover in the slot when he recovers from ACL tear. 8. Jahan Dotson, Penn State, 5-11, 184 pounds Undersized but elusive after the catch. Coming off a 91-catch season that highlighted his ball skills, including tracking deep balls and a sense of getting past the sticks on the underneath levels. 9. Skyy Moore, Western Michigan, 5-10, 195 pounds Huge jump in production to 95-catch, 10-touchdown season in which he attacked the ball. Works the middle of the field and bounces up from big hits. Called “most underrated player in this draft” by ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr. 10. Alec Pierce, Cincinnati, 6-3, 213 pounds Plays even faster than his 4.41-second 40-yard dash time. “Alabama was scared of him,” NBC Sports analyst Chris Simms said. Should be highlighted in the red zone. Won’t back down from hands-on physicality. Late Riser Watson: Left scouts buzzing after the Senior Bowl, where his standing back flips weren’t his most impressive feat. More well-rounded than expected. Averaged 26.4 yards per kickoff return, too. Falling Fast Metchie: Someone has to pay the price for all the fast-rising non-Power Five receivers. Metchie isn’t getting enough credit for what he does really well when teams want to compare him to the many great Alabama receivers of years past. Small-School Wonder Jalen Tolbert, South Alabama, 6-1, 195 pounds Had seven 100-yard receiving games but saved his best for last and for big challenges, posting 17 catches for 334 yards and two touchdowns against Tennessee and Coastal Carolina in the final two games.
  7. I didnt think they would offer him ownership. He will be there next year, unfortunately.
  8. lol I got the 5th kid. I had mine done while she was pregnant so no worries after. I believe it was a 6 month wait here in FL.
  9. man, monster week during the summer when I was a kid was a good week
  10. There you go, no trades needed. Listen, I dont want to see him back in the AFCE, especially with a loaded offense but him going to the fish makes a lot of sense when it comes to him imo.
  11. mmmmmm not quite what you said..... are you really questioning how a team can fit a big contract under the cap in a given year? I gave you more credit than that.
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