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  1. That’s not how it works, though. If every year, there are a list of people eligible that are more hall of fame worthy, then that person will continue to sit out. Calvin got in because he has the resume and film to be in the argument as best WR of all time. Clay is barely considered a top 50 LB. Your whole “feel good” excuse doesn’t work for me.
  2. That’s besides the point. I can’t think of a better QB draft class than what 04 had, and the 4th best QB from that class (that was the 5th selected QB) was Matt Schaub. The only way I’m taking a QB 7th overall and 3 other QBs all but guaranteed to go in front is if I’m reassured by God himself that this will go down as the best quarterback draft class of all time, and I’m sorry, but a group of QBs containing Fields, Wilson and Lance as rounding out the top 4 is not ever going to be considered that. And I’m not going to risk a #7 on the 4th picked quarterback when I have a recent number one ove
  3. I’d be ok drafting Pitts. It’s not about the position. It’s about playmakers. We wouldn’t be asking him to get his hand in the fort and block DEs. He’s a mismatch and a TE than can catch 60 balls for 800 yards and 8-10 TDs a year. He’s not comparable to Eric Ebron. He’s a WR in a TEs body who has measurables off the charts.
  4. And if we were at #7 last year looking for a QB like this year, we’d be stuck with Jordan Love. You pulling that trigger?
  5. When you’re a bad team, and you lose a lot of games, finding your next qb is easy. It’s what these bad teams do with these QBs is what makes or breaks them. They surround him with an inconsistent culture. They don’t properly give him the weapons to succeed. They hold him back with bad coaching. Why take a QB when we have one at least good enough to make the playoffs and win a playoff game when we don’t know how good Campbell and co is going to be at developing and also when we don’t have much talent on the roster to help that QB develop? Were acting as if Goff is a lost cause. He’s
  6. There are 4 top ten QBs in this draft but there’s only one “great” QB prospect and he’s going number 1 overall. There may be a second in the bunch that turns out to be something special. But out of the four QBs, there’s only going to be one that falls to us. I’m not rolling the dice on a QB that 6 other teams valued 3 better than.
  7. There’s a number of guys I take at 7. QB isn’t one of them. If Wilson is still there at 7, it’s because his knee exploded pre draft.
  8. Lions lose, QBs fault. Rams win, it’s it spite of the QB.
  9. You call Stafford a bum but want to draft a QB this year that’s not Trevor Lawrence? face palm yourself at high speed please.
  10. Just because you don’t trust him doesn’t mean the FO don’t trust him. And when you take a QB in the top ten and intend on sitting him, you don’t do it for two years. You do it for one at most. If we’re drafting in the top ten next year, then yeah. Consider a QB. But if Goff leads us to a record good enough to be middle of the draft or better, then you keep him long term due to what he did with the state of this roster. Give him a chance to succeed. You’re not doing that drafting a QB top ten when 1. There’s nothing a single WR on the roster with starting experience and 2. before he even plays
  11. My point is, we have someone that has the potential and pedigree to lead this team long term. You don’t replace that right off the bat. You give him the tools help him succeed. If it doesn’t work out, then you still have the tools to help the next person succeed.
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