There should be guards and tackles available in the second and third rounds.
No, they have to trade a combination of fourths and fifths.
I don't think he's worth the time and effort. He's a guy who brings a lot of drama with him. He's intense and he wants to win, but he attracts a lot of attention to himself and demands the ball. I think they had enough of a circus with Bennett last year.
He might be. He's slight and he's not tall. I watched a game against Kentucky today. He tackled pretty well and he's physical at the ball, but that's against college talent. Big difference trying to bring down Golden Tate than there is some guy from Kentucky.
I could see them trading down from the 2nd spot to get a third or up from the fourth and fifth positions. But someone has to be willing to deal. This is the sweet spot of this draft, the second and third rounds. I don't know how many people are going to want to deal. One team to watch is Houston. They have three 3rds.
It's possible, but like I said, it takes two to tango.
Yes, I think over these two rounds we will see some tight ends fly off the board. Goedert should go fairly high in the second I would think.
I have to admit I don't know as much about Miller as I do some of the others. Decent size, big hands. But I don't know a lot about his production.
It's possible. It's one of the scenarios I went over in my story above.
They need an outside linebacker, but I think they need a receiver just as badly. If there were a bunch of good OLBs coming up, I'd say other way around. But I think WRs are a better value right now.
Definitely. But I like Sutton better.
I hope not. If he does, I'm leaving.