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  1. It is just one factor. Especially with this approach of black box picks. There will be an input that accounts for it, and for me, I would knock a few points off. πŸ€” I started by saying it might not sit well with some. At the end of the day, it will come out in other ways through the process in grading the kid and learning more. In terms of Ole Miss. There are a lot of examples of great combine performances with poor NFL careers.
  2. I like guys that go in, take care of business and simply drop the 🎀 . Just an intangible that makes me wonder. That said The tape on White is pretty πŸ”₯
  3. I am not sure about Metcalf. So many receivers come out of Ole Miss and bust. His reaction after IMO , which may not sit well with all, when he cried and called his family actually concerns me. So many of these kids think the combine is the most important day to get that golden draft ticket and it’s all downhill from there. While he is a freak. I feel like he may be a bust 🧠
  4. I am 100% against trading up. Trading up would be a disaster for this team. We need draft capital so badly. And if the Flacco experiment does not work, the cost of going from 10 to say 4 or 5 would be a 1st Round pick in 2020 draft and more. NO way. Now trading down, that I think makes a lot of sense. I would love to be able to go down in to the mid 20's where we could get a future 1st and an additional 3rd this year (2017 Buffalo Trade). But in order to do that ONLY a QB needy team would play ball. And there really are none. Maybe the Raiders, who are now projecting to d
  5. I always look forward to the DeMarcus Ware guys who appear later in the process. It's a risk and also a great example of what being patient can reward you with. I think John Lynch came to us that way to. Our best Free Agency year ever was the Year we were aggressive with Taib, TJ, and Welker and then patient to end up with Ware. There is an argument for that this year.
  6. I don't think its worth the money for either of these guys. Although I would love it. I think the big splash should be CJ Mosley and then go a tier down to Adrian Amos who can QB the defense as he was excellent under Fangio in Chicago. James would be great, and a huge need, but dude is gonna get over paid and I don't think Elway will bite. He is on my list, but just having trouble with the math for CJ and J'wuan. Which contradicts my last post.
  7. Desperation, in this case, is a wonderful thing.
  8. Outside of Safety is right, but there are three great players at ILB ( and a a position of need) that are huge if we can land one: CJ Mosley, Kwon Alexander (looks like he is gonna be back from the ACL) and Jordan Hicks are all premium players and big upgrades. I think spending money at this position is more important than S given the depth at the position. I think if we could pull off these three players we go in to the draft and the rest of Free Agency with a lot of options to fill out the roster: CJ Mosley ILBeast Adrain Amos FS Pier Desir CB or a longer shot but a Fang
  9. This is a bit of crazy talk. However in 2019, for a future 2020 #1, I would be listening. Could turn in to Trevor Lawrence, as much of a pie in the sky thought as that is.....
  10. The Pagano Brothers coming home would be interesting.
  11. Zac Taylor or Pagano I wish a miracle would happen and a coach would fall from the NCAA sky though.
  12. I would hire my sister if she could manage games better than VJ. LOL. I don't think it's a problem as long as it's a fit. Some of these coaches have assistants that might as well be family, given the amount of time they spend together.
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