Please don’t trade up with either of our first two picks to get ANY QB. We overpaid for Freeman by one full round, let’s don’t do that again. "teams aren't grading him (Bridgewater) as a first-round pick". NFC executive, "Bridgewater is a 4th round guy."Another scouting director... told us that his team never had Bridgewater as a first round pick.http://walterfootball.com/nfldraftrumormill.php
Bridgewater is not falling out of the top 5, and probably will still be going first overall. If the draft was at its normal time, Teddy would still be the top pick. This nitpicking is all smoke screens. You don’t put up his numbers with his record, with his bowl performances and fall to the second round because of a bad pro day and a couple interviews.
Love the idea of trading back into the first, but I think we should grab the QB we want at 7 then jump back in for Beckham, Cooks, or Lee, Or Evans at 7 and jump back in for Beckham, Cooks, or Lee (and McCown leads them)
I like. But drafting manziel at seven, and trading back up for evans would be better.
Just getting Manziel would be good enough for me!But the Jags are taking him for sure. Lock it.
Idk. They are the same team who passed on tebow twice, which would've at least helped them appease the fanbase (and they didn't have any other great options).And, IF lovie really does love manziel like reports say, I don't doubt he would jump up a bit and nab him.
Hard to say whether Lovie really loves Manziel. He might just be trying to take some pressure off the Bucs/Carr connection. Personally, I believe Teddy would be the best fit in this offense. But they could obviously tailor it to fit JFF.
Someone will take Manziel in the 1st. The others could very well drop out of the 1st round. When I remember Tebow was a first round QB, I remind myself not to underestimate the amount of man crushing that can go on even with NFL execs and scouts.