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  1. There is no way he is falling out of the top 7. At all.
  2. Should be a no-brainer to bring him back. CB market is pretty thin and like you mentioned he is one of only a few that they should actually retain.
  3. Okay COMPLETE shot in the dark here, but at any point does Trevor Lawrence say "I'm not sure I want to be a part of the Jaguars organization because they're a legitimate mess" and is there realistically anything he can do to avoid getting drafted by them?
  4. I think the easiest route to building this wall would be to pay whatever it takes to sign either Joe Thuney or Brandon Scherff in FA then use the #34 pick on an IOL. The options could very likely be; - Creed Humphrey - Trey Smith - Landon Dickerson - Deonte Brown - Josh Myers All of whom I think can start right away and make an impact at RG or C. That's potentially a starting OL of; LT - Becton LG - Thuney C - McGovern RG - Trey Smith RT - Fant I think that would be a good starting point that wouldn't be impossible to accomplish.
  5. Fair point in regards to the WR. If that's the case then you'd have them taking one at #23. It'd potentially come down to; Rashod Bateman Rondale Moore Kadarius Toney Terrance Marshall Jr. While these are good options, St. Brown could easily end up being the best out of all of them. That's mainly why I'm not too sold on going WR with pick #23 which I'm all over the place with. First I was all for taking Kadarius Toney there based on the amount of different ways he could be used in the offense, but WRs have a high bust rate in the 1st round. Either way it's Jaycee Horn
  6. Pick #23 will be vital. If Jaycee Horn is somehow there it's an absolute no-brainer. If not then there are so many different directions they can go in depending on what happens in FA. If Rousseau is there I'm not mad at taking him considering he should be a top 10-15 pick.
  7. Jeez people lighten the hell up. What kind of Madden type roster do you think JD is going to pull out of his ass? I'm convinced some people are just never going to be pleased. This roster isn't half bad if you take the time to actually look at it. And all the people saying there was no focus on offense?? Zach Wilson Joe Thuney Curtis Samuel Hunter Long Wyatt Davis Amon-ra St. Brown Kyle Kusszlvneiavecheck Trey Sermon There were plenty of additions it's just a young offense and maybe you don't know who these rookies are, but they would actually be r
  8. Big fan of Bourne. That would be one hell of an offseason if they were to keep Darnold. That would be putting a team around him where if he didn't produce then it's a no brainer to get rid of him. I'm still with drafting Zach Wilson or Justin Fields at #2 though. I think both of those QBs will do well in LaFleur's offense.
  9. I want Curtis Samuel and Kadarius Toney. Those two will open up the passing game for whoever is throwing the ball. Add to that if Chris Herndon can finally wake up and get a fire lit under his ass this offense can be something to fear. Add a Kenneth Gainwell who would be also featured in the passing game and look out. Sign Curtis and draft Toney at #23 and let's score some points.
  10. Which is ridiculous because that does nothing but lower Sam's trade value. If I'm management I'm telling them they better have nothing but glowing remarks when asked about Sam to boost his value somewhat. But then.... there's the tape.. UGH!
  11. Soooo Curtis Samuel and Josh Reynolds in FA. Give me Kadarius Toney with pick #23 and draft Anthony Schwartz in the later rounds. WR1 - Curtis Samuel WR2 - Denzel Mims Slot - Kadarius Toney WR4 - Josh Reynolds WR5 - Anthony Schwartz That's IF they wanted to go that route and really upgrade the WR position for whatever QB they decide to draft at #2 whether it be Fields or Wilson. I think that group would do damage.
  12. I agree with this even still. The more I think about it the more I think Curtis Samuel should be a definite priority signing at the WR position. He won't cost as much as the top guys and I think he'll be as effective in this style of offense. I'd still look to also draft another WR like you said in rounds 3-4 or even 2 depending on if anyone falls.
  13. It is a fairly deep WR draft which is good. I would hope in any scenario though that JD signs a WR in FA. Allen Robinson - Wouldn't mind ARob at all, but he's most likely going to a contender and it's well deserved. He's consistently put up pro bowl numbers with dogsh*t throwing him the ball. Chris Godwin - I hope he's the one who ends up on the Jets but not likely. Still very young (24) and incredibly talented. At the end of the day the Bucs would be fools not to re-sign him. Corey Davis - He's my backup plan. I don't think the Titans end up re-signing him and he is progressing
  14. With QW looking to be emerging as an impact player (hopefully), I think adding a legitimate impact edge rusher will speed up his progression. In regards to whether they try to get their edge rusher in FA or in the draft I really don't mind, they NEED to have someone who will consistently get to the QB next season though. On the flip side, I think having QW entering his 3rd year next season will really positively impact whoever the edge rusher is on the team because QW will soon be demanding double teams on every down that he plays.
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