I still think it had more to do with scheme than it did with players. I think they're just fine upfront and I think they'll get more out of Kingsley Keke and Tyler Lancaster next year.
If it were me, it would be Taylor. I'm really high on him. I think the Packers would be nuts to pass on him at 30.
No. I read today they have no intention of trading him.
No Hester's, but there are some guys with great return credentials. We can get into those on Saturday.
Most years, I would agree. But I really think you can get a guy in the second who can be a long-time starter. You don't need to burn a first on a receiver. The Packers have proven over and over again, the second round is the place to get receivers.
Gay is pretty good, but he's got a lot of red flags. I'm not sure the Packers would take him. Davis-Gaither can run, but is kind of light at 224. Malik Harrison would be a good thumper, but he's not necessarily a three-down guy. Jacob Phillips from LSU is kind of interesting.
If the right one is there. I would consider Jalen Hurts in the fourth round or maybe James Morgan.
There are no fullbacks. You basically are looking for an H-back.
Sometimes to take out his garbage.
Good question. I'm not sure I can answer that. There are a lot more 4-3s in college so I suppose it's 3-4.
A lot. He's going to be in line to be their starter. That's why they spent a third-rounder on him. This TE class stinks so don't expect them to take one unless he's a blocker.
Let me pull out my Tolstoy off the shelf.
No kidding, doesn't he know we're on deadline.