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  1. 1. There were 13 WR’s taken in the first 60 picks LOL how many good ones are you expecting in one draft?? 2. You’re surprised he didn’t catch more balls from Gardner Minshew and Mike Glennon? Alright. He was only 100 yards behind DJ Chark for the team lead.
  2. This is just so revisionist. Before last year, when was the last time there was a WR prospect that anyone would’ve been excited about taking in the top 10? There was Mike Williams and maybe Corey Davis in 2017, before that was Amari Cooper and maybe Kevin White in 2015, but the high end talent hasn’t been at a high level and that position in a while. Now last year and this, there’s real top tier guys available. It’s okay to be excited about them.
  3. I like Kendrick, too. Probably as a late-1st guy, which would’ve been no man’s land for us. I’ve watched most of Georgia’s tape vs. Alabama and Tennessee, and Tyson Campbell got burned a few times, but holy cow his DC left him on an island constantly. Also, a very good tackler, which Vic obviously values. He’d be a good get in the 2nd, I think.
  4. Another way to look at Sutton in this deal is that assuming they’re going with a young QB (Lock or otherwise), giving him a security blanket like Sutton during his most important developmental years would be valuable. HOU’s not gonna have anyone else to pay for the next few seasons anyway, overpaying him a bit during the flat cap seasons wouldn’t be the end of the world. Because we’ll be reversing our cap situations, I think Courtland will be more valuable to them, and Hamler more valuable to us.
  5. I mean, it probably wouldn’t be hard to essentially turn this into a 4-team deal if HOU had that worry. Trade Court to Team X for a 2nd, Chubb to Team Y for a 2nd, use those picks in your Deshaun deal.
  6. Nope. Sutton and Chubb only have one cheap year left, and if you’re getting Deshaun at $39M annually, they won’t fit on the cap sheet anyways. Plus, our offensive weapons are still real good without Sutton, and Chubb’s overrated. And let’s face it, there are gonna be at least 5-6 other teams making SERIOUS offers, and ours has to be best. This one’s probably best.
  7. -2021 1st -2022 1st -2022 2nd -Cortland Sutton -Drew Lock -Bradley Chubb Lets not mess around.
  8. I’m pretty sure all of us have at least some level of interest in Deshaun Watson’s services. I wanna know what you’d be offering Houston. Feel free to make a few offers, like what you’d be comfortable offering, and then the absolute farthest you’d go.
  9. Spotrac does that as well, on the individual player page.
  10. This is one of those situations where it’d be easy to overthink, but come on, take the kid who caught 34 passes for 529 yards and 8 TD’s in 2.5 games vs top 10 teams to finish the season. His build is very similar to Robby Anderson or Will Fuller.
  11. I know this isn’t the most logical of opinions, but I’m a firm believer in moving up for a QB you have expectations of becoming your starter. I think there’s a powerful message sent not just to the player, but through your entire org that THIS is the guy you couldn’t risk falling to your pick, and our future will be bright with him under centre. How committed would you be to a guy who you *hoped* would be available at pick 42, but if he’s not, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯? For that reason, I’m not a fan of Lance at 1.9. Even if I knew he’d make it to our pick, I’d give something to CAR for 1.8. If I wa
  12. Every evaluator I’ve seen in the last few days has him top 5. A bunch have him mocked to MIA at 1.3. He’s going before our pick.
  13. Just going through some potential trade-down scenarios, as I stated in another thread how the Minnesota front office has been very active in that regard, and I think it wise to believe General Paton could bring the same philosophy with him here. At this moment in time, I’ve got Lawrence, Wilson, Fields, Sewell, Smith, Parsons, and Chase as close to locks to be taken before 1.9 as can be expected four months before the draft. Lance could easily be the 8th guy taken before our pick, let’s say CAR takes him. I really like Farley, I’d have no problem with Surtain being the guy, but I also wo
  14. I don’t think we’re getting real value for Von in a trade. Are teams gonna line up to pay $18M for a 32 year old pass rusher coming off a significant injury? Giving up an early pick to do it? That’s the same age when DAL cut DeMarcus Ware after an injury-plagued season. (And it should be noted, he only got $30M/3 from us in free agency that summer.) I think a Von restructure is the best bet, followed closely by an outright cut. And Paton could just as easily quell the rumours of Vic/Pat job insecurity by drafting a QB early. Based on Minny’s history, I could see this going either the
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