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  1. Doug Brien should be an option, but I chose Jamal.
  2. Thomas, to me, is still the top tackle in this draft & the safest of the bunch, followed by Wills, Wirfs, Becton in that order. If both Thomas and Wills are off the board by 11, I'd prefer Jeudy or Lamb. Becton is no a sure thing & Wirfs scares me a bit, as much as I've tried to like him. He seems to spend a lot of time on the ground. Just my opinion.
  3. You can make an argument that he's the most valuable player on our offense outside of Darnold. You can't teach that kind of speed and ability to track the deep ball. Even when he's not getting the ball, he opens up the offense for our other guys. They should've re-upped with him long before they did Enunwa's deal. If they can somehow get a true #1 for next year and keep Anderson/Crowder as the 2/3 that'd make one of the better WR groups in the league.
  4. Gase spent 3+ seasons as Miami's head coach. What did that team do well? What was their identity? His tenure in Miami will be remembered for them being complete losers, him losing control of the locker room, and him alienating every decent player they had. Rex came here from his opening press conference and said they were going to run the football, play great defense, and be more physical than any team they face. When the front office supported his vision and gave him the horses he needed, his teams did exactly that. That, to me, is the mark of a good head coach. Not saying it wasn't his time to go, because his act got tired, but he never lost the locker room in 6 seasons & by the end of his tenure those players would still run through a wall for him.

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