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    • Madman

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      After all the talk about value and best available player, the Bucs focused on need and reached for a WR with average speed at 7 instead of a potential franchise QB or beast LT in Lewan. Just terrible. McCown or Collins are a reason not to draft players at those positions?Deepest WR draft in years and the Bucs take one at 7. If that was the plan then they needed to trade back. Other teams did easily. Of course the Saints picked a true speed in space player much later in Brandin Cooks. Why is this franchise seemingly allergic to speed on offense?The only thing worse than the Evans pick was the Red Board site being down.Yeah, I know I'm whining but I deserve to after waiting months for that pick.

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    • Anonymous

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      I don’t think it is a reach but it is poor value IMO.I like the player but if they had offers to move down they should have considered it.  Their hand was forced when they cut Mike Williams.

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    • Anonymous

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      I don't think it is a reach but it is poor value IMO.I like the player but if they had offers to move down they should have considered it.  Their hand was forced when they cut Mike Williams.

      Without a doubt!!!

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    • Anonymous

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      Agree, poor value is more accurate and yes, MikeWill forced the issue to some extent but they could get a high quality WR in round 2 or 3.

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    • Anonymous

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      And cutting an immature MWill and drafting an immature Evans is going to be hard to sell IMO.  Evans can be a knucklehead like K2 was on gamedays but Evans potential is a lot higher than K2 by a mile.

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    • Anonymous

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      Williams forced their hand, I agree but it was also a move to eventually rid themselves of VJAX’s salary. I also look for similar mover a OG, specifically to take Nicks place and somebody to take Goldsons place but Major Wright just might be his replacement. So I fully expect two more guards to be picked or one draft choice and a FA. These moves have as much to do with next year as this year IMHO

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    • Anonymous

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      At this point… after the Dominik void… filling needs is great value.

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    • Anonymous

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      Williams forced their hand, I agree but it was also a move to eventually rid themselves of VJAX's salary. I also look for similar mover a OG, specifically to take Nicks place and somebody to take Goldsons place but Major Wright just might be his replacement. So I fully expect two more guards to be picked or one draft choice and a FA. These moves have as much to do with next year as this year IMHO

      +1Yup the Bucs have made a lot of horizontal moves in the short term but they have become younger/cheaper long term as a result.

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    • Anonymous

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      Agree, poor value is more accurate and yes, MikeWill forced the issue to some extent but they could get a high quality WR in round 2 or 3.

      I agree that they could have gotten high quality in the 2nd or 3rd...but then who do they take @ 7? An argument can be made that they should have traded down...but don't trade down just for the sake of trading down...you need a good dance partner.5 of 7 picks right after the Bucs were D players...the Bucs needed O help...and Lewan Taylor was a reach at 7 too...tough spot to draft in this year

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    • Anonymous

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      Apparently Mike Williams makes everyone jump, I mean he went to the Bills right? The same team that paid a stupid price to jump up for Watkins.  So now with Watkins and Johnson, at best Williams is their 3rd WR. Maybe the Bills figured out Williams pretty fast too?

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    • Anonymous

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      They were never ever thinking QB with that first pick.  Once Mike Williams was cut……..errrrr traded, I knew we would either trade up to get Sammy (thank God we didn’t) or go with Mike Evans. I dont think we are done at the WR spot. May take three in total.

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    • Anonymous

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      Apparently Mike Williams makes everyone jump, I mean he went to the Bills right? The same team that paid a stupid price to jump up for Watkins.  So now with Watkins and Johnson, at best Williams is their 3rd WR. Maybe the Bills figured out Williams pretty fast too?

      Williams a quality #2 but more suited for slot play so he doesn't have to face press.  Bills will be pretty much hard to stop now.

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    • Anonymous

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      Agree, poor value is more accurate and yes, MikeWill forced the issue to some extent but they could get a high quality WR in round 2 or 3.

      I agree that they could have gotten high quality in the 2nd or 3rd...but then who do they take @ 7? An argument can be made that they should have traded down...but don't trade down just for the sake of trading down...you need a good dance partner.5 of 7 picks right after the Bucs were D players...the Bucs needed O help...and Lewan Taylor was a reach at 7 too...tough spot to draft in this year

      I don't think Lewan was a reach at 7 at all. Guy went 11. Many 'experts' including Casserly had him rated higher than Matthews.Also, the Browns traded up to take Gilbert the very next pick. Just sayin.

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    • Anonymous

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      Bucs could have taken Gilbert and I don’t think anyone would have blinked IMO.

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    • Anonymous

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      Apparently the team disagreed on the franchise potential of the available quarterbacks.  And if Evans can be overly hot-tempered on the field, at least he’s never been any run-ins with the law like Lewan.

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    • Anonymous

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      Bucs could have taken Gilbert and I don't think anyone would have blinked IMO.

      I think plenty of people would have.  I'd have been fine with it, but he wasn't universally considered a top 10 pick.

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    • Anonymous

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      After all the talk about value and best available player, the Bucs focused on need and reached for a WR with average speed at 7 instead of a potential franchise QB or beast LT in Lewan. Just terrible. McCown or Collins are a reason not to draft players at those positions?Deepest WR draft in years and the Bucs take one at 7. If that was the plan then they needed to trade back. Other teams did easily. Of course the Saints picked a true speed in space player much later in Brandin Cooks. Why is this franchise seemingly allergic to speed on offense?The only thing worse than the Evans pick was the Red Board site being down.Yeah, I know I'm whining but I deserve to after waiting months for that pick.

      i dont love evans, but he was a pretty good pick imo.  lewan or any of the QBs would have been just as big of reaches, probably moreso.  big tall WRs that can win the 50/50 ball is a serious weapon in the NFL right now, and always will be.  our current wrs are vjax evans, and 5 guys that run 4.3s.  how is that allergic to speed?

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    • Anonymous

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      Agree, poor value is more accurate and yes, MikeWill forced the issue to some extent but they could get a high quality WR in round 2 or 3.

      I agree that they could have gotten high quality in the 2nd or 3rd...but then who do they take @ 7? An argument can be made that they should have traded down...but don't trade down just for the sake of trading down...you need a good dance partner.5 of 7 picks right after the Bucs were D players...the Bucs needed O help...and Lewan Taylor was a reach at 7 too...tough spot to draft in this year

      I don't think Lewan was a reach at 7 at all. Guy went 11. Many 'experts' including Casserly had him rated higher than Matthews.Also, the Browns traded up to take Gilbert the very next pick. Just sayin.

      I would not complained one bit about Lewan Taylor as a Buccaneer....Gilbert...yeah...I would have hated that pick

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    • Anonymous

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      And cutting an immature MWill and drafting an immature Evans is going to be hard to sell IMO.  Evans can be a knucklehead like K2 was on gamedays but Evans potential is a lot higher than K2 by a mile.

      Proof?

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    • Anonymous

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      our current wrs are vjax evans, and 5 guys that run 4.3s.  how is that allergic to speed?

      Sorry, 4.3 WRs who can play. Who? Skye Dawson?

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    • Anonymous

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      Yes I do think Collins is reason enough to pass on Lewan. Clearly Manziel or any of these other QBs wouldn’t have presented “value” upgrades when basically every team in the league that needed a QB had a shot at them and passed.

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    • Anonymous

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      And cutting an immature MWill and drafting an immature Evans is going to be hard to sell IMO.  Evans can be a knucklehead like K2 was on gamedays but Evans potential is a lot higher than K2 by a mile.

      Proof?

      http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/college-sports/texas-aggies/20140101-johnny-manziel-gets-in-wr-mike-evans-face-for-drawing-personal-foul-penalties.ece

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    • Anonymous

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      Bucs could have taken Gilbert and I don't think anyone would have blinked IMO.

      I think plenty of people would have.  I'd have been fine with it, but he wasn't universally considered a top 10 pick.

      Maybe not even the top corner...

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    • Anonymous

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      our current wrs are vjax evans, and 5 guys that run 4.3s.  how is that allergic to speed?

      Sorry, 4.3 WRs who can play. Who? Skye Dawson?

      how many 4.3 wrs can play?  the whole speed in space angle is completely overrated.  we got big guys, we got fast guys, we got a QB that lately has shown he can get the ball where it needs to be.  now we just have to hope we have the system and the playcaller.

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    • Anonymous

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      After all the talk about value and best available player, the Bucs focused on need and reached for a WR with average speed at 7 instead of a potential franchise QB or beast LT in Lewan. Just terrible. McCown or Collins are a reason not to draft players at those positions?Deepest WR draft in years and the Bucs take one at 7. If that was the plan then they needed to trade back. Other teams did easily. Of course the Saints picked a true speed in space player much later in Brandin Cooks. Why is this franchise seemingly allergic to speed on offense?The only thing worse than the Evans pick was the Red Board site being down.Yeah, I know I'm whining but I deserve to after waiting months for that pick.

      We got speed...their names are Jeff Demps, Louis Murphy, and Skye Dawson.Watch and follow much Bucs football?

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    • Anonymous

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      After all the talk about value and best available player, the Bucs focused on need and reached for a WR with average speed at 7 instead of a potential franchise QB or beast LT in Lewan. Just terrible. McCown or Collins are a reason not to draft players at those positions?Deepest WR draft in years and the Bucs take one at 7. If that was the plan then they needed to trade back. Other teams did easily. Of course the Saints picked a true speed in space player much later in Brandin Cooks. Why is this franchise seemingly allergic to speed on offense?The only thing worse than the Evans pick was the Red Board site being down.Yeah, I know I'm whining but I deserve to after waiting months for that pick.

      We got speed...their names are Jeff Demps, Louis Murphy, and Skye Dawson.Watch and follow much Bucs football?

      Lol yeah cause those guys have done so much in a Bucs uniform. Good one.

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    • Anonymous

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      After all the talk about value and best available player, the Bucs focused on need and reached for a WR with average speed at 7 instead of a potential franchise QB or beast LT in Lewan. Just terrible. McCown or Collins are a reason not to draft players at those positions?Deepest WR draft in years and the Bucs take one at 7. If that was the plan then they needed to trade back. Other teams did easily. Of course the Saints picked a true speed in space player much later in Brandin Cooks. Why is this franchise seemingly allergic to speed on offense?The only thing worse than the Evans pick was the Red Board site being down.Yeah, I know I'm whining but I deserve to after waiting months for that pick.

      We got speed...their names are Jeff Demps, Louis Murphy, and Skye Dawson.Watch and follow much Bucs football?

      Lol yeah cause those guys have done so much in a Bucs uniform. Good one.

      He hasn't watched much Buc football.  Excuse him.

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    • Anonymous

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      Lol yeah cause those guys have done so much in a Bucs uniform. Good one.

      maybe those guys havent been put in a position to have success?  we could have done much worse than evans in my book.  and you seem to be worried that he wasnt a tick faster while running in shorts?

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    • Anonymous

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      Bucs could have taken Gilbert and I don't think anyone would have blinked IMO.

      I think plenty of people would have.  I'd have been fine with it, but he wasn't universally considered a top 10 pick.

      Maybe not even the top corner...

      Based on his ability to play ST which is important to Lovie too it would have made sense IMO.

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    • Anonymous

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      Bucs could have taken Gilbert and I don't think anyone would have blinked IMO.

      I think plenty of people would have.  I'd have been fine with it, but he wasn't universally considered a top 10 pick.

      i saw recently he was a bit anti-physical?  not sure if its true, but doubt thats what lovie wants.

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    • Anonymous

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      And cutting an immature MWill and drafting an immature Evans is going to be hard to sell IMO.  Evans can be a knucklehead like K2 was on gamedays but Evans potential is a lot higher than K2 by a mile.

      Proof?

      http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/college-sports/texas-aggies/20140101-johnny-manziel-gets-in-wr-mike-evans-face-for-drawing-personal-foul-penalties.ece

      wow...one incident and he is being compared to K2.......Silly...

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    • Anonymous

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      And cutting an immature MWill and drafting an immature Evans is going to be hard to sell IMO.  Evans can be a knucklehead like K2 was on gamedays but Evans potential is a lot higher than K2 by a mile.

      Proof?

      http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/college-sports/texas-aggies/20140101-johnny-manziel-gets-in-wr-mike-evans-face-for-drawing-personal-foul-penalties.ece

      wow...one incident and he is being compared to K2.......Silly...

      That isn't the only incidentHe is  hot head but very physical player.

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    • Anonymous

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      Just hoping he’s not the next Michael Clayton.

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    • Anonymous

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      After all the talk about value and best available player, the Bucs focused on need and reached for a WR with average speed at 7 instead of a potential franchise QB or beast LT in Lewan. Just terrible. McCown or Collins are a reason not to draft players at those positions?Deepest WR draft in years and the Bucs take one at 7. If that was the plan then they needed to trade back. Other teams did easily. Of course the Saints picked a true speed in space player much later in Brandin Cooks. Why is this franchise seemingly allergic to speed on offense?The only thing worse than the Evans pick was the Red Board site being down.Yeah, I know I'm whining but I deserve to after waiting months for that pick.

      We got speed...their names are Jeff Demps, Louis Murphy, and Skye Dawson.Watch and follow much Bucs football?

      Lol yeah cause those guys have done so much in a Bucs uniform. Good one.

      lol...for a guy who poo-poos Mike Evans , complains about team speed and not know we acquired speed, and then wants to draft a WR a that was rated lower...yeah it's a good one alright...QFT

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    • Anonymous

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      Whatever. Evans was a top ten guy on most draft boards. Ive read that some even had him rated as the best WR in the draft…..in a draft filled with good receivers. If he is that much better, then it isn’t a reach or poor value at all. Evans couldve easily been considered the best player available at number 7 and it just so happened that he filled a need. Want to see poor value? Look at the Bills giving up a ton of picks for Watkins. You may not like the pick but the logic is not flawed.

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    • Anonymous

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      And cutting an immature MWill and drafting an immature Evans is going to be hard to sell IMO.  Evans can be a knucklehead like K2 was on gamedays but Evans potential is a lot higher than K2 by a mile.

      Proof?

      http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/college-sports/texas-aggies/20140101-johnny-manziel-gets-in-wr-mike-evans-face-for-drawing-personal-foul-penalties.ece

      wow...one incident and he is being compared to K2.......Silly...

      That isn't the only incidentHe is  hot head but very physical player.

      Find the proof and post it...otherwise you're talking about  an aggressive WR...

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    • Anonymous

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      After all the talk about value and best available player, the Bucs focused on need and reached for a WR with average speed at 7 instead of a potential franchise QB or beast LT in Lewan. Just terrible. McCown or Collins are a reason not to draft players at those positions?Deepest WR draft in years and the Bucs take one at 7. If that was the plan then they needed to trade back. Other teams did easily. Of course the Saints picked a true speed in space player much later in Brandin Cooks. Why is this franchise seemingly allergic to speed on offense?The only thing worse than the Evans pick was the Red Board site being down.Yeah, I know I'm whining but I deserve to after waiting months for that pick.

      We got speed...their names are Jeff Demps, Louis Murphy, and Skye Dawson.Watch and follow much Bucs football?

      Lol yeah cause those guys have done so much in a Bucs uniform. Good one.

      lol...for a guy who poo-poos Mike Evans , complains about team speed and not know we acquired speed, and then wants to draft a WR a that was rated lower...yeah it's a good one alright...QFT

      Quick - how many catches did Murphy, Dawson, and the track star have last year?

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    • Anonymous

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      And cutting an immature MWill and drafting an immature Evans is going to be hard to sell IMO.  Evans can be a knucklehead like K2 was on gamedays but Evans potential is a lot higher than K2 by a mile.

      Proof?

      http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/college-sports/texas-aggies/20140101-johnny-manziel-gets-in-wr-mike-evans-face-for-drawing-personal-foul-penalties.ece

      wow...one incident and he is being compared to K2.......Silly...

      That isn't the only incidentHe is  hot head but very physical player.

      Find the proof and post it...otherwise you're talking an aggressive WR...

      Not hard to dohttp://www.bucsnation.com/2014/5/9/5699422/mike-evans-2014-nfl-draft-scouting-report-buccaneershttp://mobile.texags.com/Forums/5/Topics/2361918

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    • Anonymous

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      Quick - how many catches did Murphy, Dawson, and the track star have last year?

      how many of them played for tedford last season?  how many of them had mccown as a QB last season?

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    • Anonymous

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      Whatever. Evans was a top ten guy on most draft boards. Ive read that some even had him rated as the best WR in the draft.....in a draft filled with good receivers. If he is that much better, then it isn't a reach or poor value at all. Evans couldve easily been considered the best player available at number 7 and it just so happened that he filled a need. Want to see poor value? Look at the Bills giving up a ton of picks for Watkins. You may not like the pick but the logic is not flawed.

      Yup.  A lot of people thought he was going to the Raiders at 5. I think that would have been worst case scenario for us if both Watkins and Evans were gone when we picked. We lucked out that Evans was there, I'm sure Licht and Lovie were nervous as hell when the Raiders were on the clock.

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    • Anonymous

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      After all the talk about value and best available player, the Bucs focused on need and reached for a WR with average speed at 7 instead of a potential franchise QB or beast LT in Lewan. Just terrible. McCown or Collins are a reason not to draft players at those positions?Deepest WR draft in years and the Bucs take one at 7. If that was the plan then they needed to trade back. Other teams did easily. Of course the Saints picked a true speed in space player much later in Brandin Cooks. Why is this franchise seemingly allergic to speed on offense?The only thing worse than the Evans pick was the Red Board site being down.Yeah, I know I'm whining but I deserve to after waiting months for that pick.

      We got speed...their names are Jeff Demps, Louis Murphy, and Skye Dawson.Watch and follow much Bucs football?

      Lol yeah cause those guys have done so much in a Bucs uniform. Good one.

      lol...for a guy who poo-poos Mike Evans , complains about team speed and not know we acquired speed, and then wants to draft a WR a that was rated lower...yeah it's a good one alright...QFT

      Quick - how many catches did Murphy, Dawson, and the track star have last year?

      If you are saying the Bucs should picked up a vet WR in FA , then that debatable....other than that you're still butt hurt over Manziel...Evans wasn't a reach and he fills a need.... i would take my chances with Evans than Cooks...who by way also has "0" catches in the NFL and plus the guys we have on  the roster are faster and have NFL exp...

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    • Anonymous

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      Given the way the draft unfolded Evans was a solid pick.  Watkins and Evans were 1a and 1b (depending on what flavor of WR you prefer) in a draft that was loaded with good recievers.  Its not like we took the tallest midgit, both of them are legit.  Lovie has shown in the past he likes big recievers and they don’t come much bigger than Mike.  He is also a much better athlete than he is given credit for.  He may not have been my first choice, but he is still a very good pick at a position of need and with VJax around to help him he is gonna be special.

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    • Anonymous

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      If he’d been gone that would have left Mack which is a better prize IMHO. 7 was a terrible spot because the top end players were gonna be gone and the guys like Evans and Ebron were gonna be left overs. Evans isn't a top 10 WR, that is the realm of the AJ Greens and Andre Johnsons and he isn't near the class of those guys. There is not really a huge difference between him and Benjamin (he's better but not sure he is 20 spots better)  and I'd bet plenty of people didn't have him as their #2 WR because if you don't value "tall" there isn't a lot to value.

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    • Anonymous

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      Evans was my #1 WR and one of the 5 guys I wanted at #7. Don’t think it was a reach at all.

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    • Anonymous

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      If he is Alshon Jeffrey or better (since Evans is taller, faster, longer arms and can jump higher), I’ll live quite happily

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    • Anonymous

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      [Not hard to dohttp://www.bucsnation.com/2014/5/9/5699422/mike-evans-2014-nfl-draft-scouting-report-buccaneershttp://mobile.texags.com/Forums/5/Topics/2361918

      The link BucNation only validates my point....the other link makes no sense....Nice try though....

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    • Anonymous

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      There is more:http://www.nj.com/super-bowl/index.ssf/2014/02/nfl_combine_preview_getting_to_know_potential_jets_draft_pick_mike_evans.html

      McShay assesses that Evans “still has some developing to do as a route runner, and yes, he has some immaturity issues and a tendency to get overly emotional.”

      http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=705324&page=2

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    • Anonymous

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      Bridgewater is too milquetoast, it’d be the end of the world if we drafted him!Evans is too emotional, it's the end of the world because we drafted him!(Not intending to call you out specifically, alldaway.)

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    • Anonymous

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      People didn’t like K2’s passion when a 15 yarder offensive pass interference was called.  The NFL is not the college game so that will not fly.

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    • Anonymous

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      Just hoping he's not the next Michael Clayton.

      Doesn't look to be the case.

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    • Anonymous

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      There is a ton of FAIL in this thread…good thing we are all message board posters and not GMs in the league.

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    • Anonymous

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      I couldn’t be happier that Evans is looking like a beast so far.

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    • Anonymous

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      There is a ton of FAIL in this thread...good thing we are all message board posters and not GMs in the league.

      Yeah, we would all probably struggle to put together a 2 win team

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    • rrosemarie8

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      There is a ton of FAIL in this thread...good thing we are all message board posters and not GMs in the league.

      Yeah, we would all probably struggle to put together a 2 win team

      With some of the information ive gathered in the comments from you and some others, im quite sure yinz wouldn't even eclipse that amount of wins. Nice try tho.

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    • Anonymous

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      There is a ton of FAIL in this thread...good thing we are all message board posters and not GMs in the league.

      Yeah, we would all probably struggle to put together a 2 win team

      Like I said, there is a ton of fail in this thread

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    • Anonymous

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      After all the talk about value and best available player, the Bucs focused on need and reached for a WR with average speed at 7 instead of a potential franchise QB or beast LT in Lewan. Just terrible. McCown or Collins are a reason not to draft players at those positions?Deepest WR draft in years and the Bucs take one at 7. If that was the plan then they needed to trade back. Other teams did easily. Of course the Saints picked a true speed in space player much later in Brandin Cooks. Why is this franchise seemingly allergic to speed on offense?The only thing worse than the Evans pick was the Red Board site being down.Yeah, I know I'm whining but I deserve to after waiting months for that pick.

      Bwahahahaha! Evans is 10 times better than Cooks - even with Brees passing to him .Let's talk about speed. Evans has taken the top off the defense multiple times . Cooks has pretty much been limited to running bubble screens.Fail post is full of fail.

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    • Anonymous

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      I couldn't be happier that Evans is looking like a beast so far.

      And this is why you're a better fan and have far more credibility than GIJoe.

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