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  1. Who is poised to be your teams breakout player?

    In order for one to be a breakout player, they must be on the field. It seems pretty simple to me. Treadwell has 56 catches in three seasons, only one of which is a touchdown. I get that he has more catches than every other person on the roster combined but I think it says something when the rest of the receivers on the roster have been in the league for three years max and not given the opportunity that Treadwell has been given and failed to live up to. You may very well be right in stating he'll be on the team next year. However, his lack of results with the opportunity that he's been given compared to players who are coming for his position and frankly could offer more potential will make him worth moving on from.
  2. Who is poised to be your teams breakout player?

    Salary cap limitations hasn't provided every cut in the past. Not to mention, 3 million dollars, which in the grand picture of it all, is nothing. Treadwell's performance, or lack thereof, doesn't warrant a roster spot at all. Also, I'm not really sure if Cook can qualify as a breakout player. I think he needs to stay healthy before being considered a breakout player
  3. Who is poised to be your teams breakout player?

    I would agree that Anthony Harris is a candidate for the Vikings but my vote would go towards Brian O'Neill. He actually played better than I had anticipated as a rookie last year. I think with that season of competition plus an offseason of development is going to put him a good spot. RT isn't the sexiest pick for a breakout player but any development along our OL will be much wanted. Otherwise, I would go with one of the late round receivers taken recently. Treadwell is most likely getting finished as a training camp cut and I think someone like Dillon Mitchell can flash some talent early in his career.
  4. NFL Draft GDT: Day One (no spoiled picks!!)

    Why not Dalton Risner in this case? I don't get it at all.
  5. NFL Draft GDT: Day One (no spoiled picks!!)

    I like Savage but I think he'll take a year or two to get where he needs to be. Still, GB probably could've waited for him to be there.
  6. NFL Draft GDT: Day One (no spoiled picks!!)

    Clearly Matt LeFleur is confident in his offensive prowess.
  7. NFL Draft GDT: Day One (no spoiled picks!!)

    ESPN is trash for playing that.
  8. NFL Draft GDT: Day One (no spoiled picks!!)

    I feel bad for Cam Newton.
  9. NFL Draft GDT: Day One (no spoiled picks!!)

    I'm not even a 'Skins fan and I hope they take Haskins and he destroys NYG for the next 10 years.
  10. NFL Draft GDT: Day One (no spoiled picks!!)

    I read a lot of stuff online that teams loved Lindstrom. Not surprised with this one.
  11. NFL Draft GDT: Day One (no spoiled picks!!)

    Man, Kolber's interviews tonight are just going straight to the crapper.
  12. NFL Draft GDT: Day One (no spoiled picks!!)

    Is every sports network ever on Darius Rucker's jock or what?
  13. NFL Draft GDT: Day One (no spoiled picks!!)

    I get that you can never have enough pass rushers but you have Rodgers at 35 years old. He needs weapons or protection, especially when you just spent a ton of money on Z'Darious and Preston. I don't get it.
  14. NFL Draft GDT: Day One (no spoiled picks!!)

    Why wouldn't people draft a dude in that outfit? Dude has swagger and confidence. I want my linebacker to have that.
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