I definitely can see that happening. I think it's a little high for him. I've heard 17 is about the right spot for him, but three spots too high isn't that bad.
I don't think so. It's not like they have Randy Moss. I think they need to improve their defense because Minnesota is going to be better on offense, but they need to improve their defense period.
No, because not every pick is a sure thing. The more picks you have the better your odds at being successful. It's clearly about percentages.
He's been more accessible than Ted, that's for sure.
I think he likes press corners and hybrid players. That might have some impact on Gutekunst's decision just like McCarthy's pass-heavy offense requires good pass blockers and big receivers. No different than that.
I'm actually one of the people who thinks he's going to be a decent player. Not great, but very serviceable. He has to have another good year in the weight room. This will be a big year for him.
Soda for now, coffee later.
More likely to be Edmunds than Smith, but I could see them making a move for him. I just think if they're moving up they're doing so for a DB.
Edmunds could, but I think he's got great potential inside. You can use him on third downs as an edge guy.
It's done and it's great. I'll be going to debtors prison in the Fall.
It's not PR. They threw their hat in the ring on a lot of guys and as soon as the price skyrocketed, they passed. I think in some cases they told agents to use them to drive the price up if they want. I could see that being the case with Allen Robinson in Chicago. I have a hard time thinking they were willing to pay him the same as Davante Adams.
He's cheap. No reason to trade him. He's a great athlete and he can be a force on special teams. I don't see it.
That's a tough one. Ask me when we're at pick 25.
I think most GMs consider that to be the prominent defense. Most teams play at least 60% nickel and the Packers under Capers played it 75%. So yes.
I think they'd check to see what the price is. Definitely.
I think he did OK. I think the Kyle Fuller offer sheet was dumb and I think he and Russ Ball totally misread the CB market. I think Wilkerson was a good signing. I'm not sure about Graham. They paid a lot for him.
Jackson is not a press corner. He's a zone guy, kind of what Seattle likes. Hughes is tough and a good cover guy but he's got a little off-the-field baggage. Alexander is only 5-10, but he can fly. I think Ward is just a better cover guy all the way around.
The Cleveland Browns are on the clock!