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  1. Finito

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    Build in the trenches. We’ve given up the most sacks in the NFL for the second straight year and our defense is trash.

    now since I have a rookie QB I don’t want to waste time grooming young offensive lineman. I buy my offensive line and I draft defense
     
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    I’ve been pushing all year for either line help or an edge rusher. I’ve also said it’s a 2 year project to rebuild this team. However, I think Lamb is the exception worth restructuring your draft to take. I love players who critically assess their own performance then improve it. Lamb wanted more YAC and spent last off-season building strength. That’s a rare quality and in my book you grab it when you see it. He would dramatically improve the Cards’ passing game. With Fitz inevitably retiring soon, I see only Kirk as a sure thing WR on the current roster. Hopefully the Cards won’t be drafting this high in the next few years. When you have a chance to grab a certain impact player, you have to take them. It’s a great draft for O-linemen, so they can wait a round to grab one in round 2. They need help in FA, but I’m thinking it will take next year’s draft to finish the job anyway.
     
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    The offensive line talent in this draft is very low. Unless Jeudy or Young are available...... We have to place Thomas or Wirfs high on our board. There are very few other O Line choices worthy of starting in the nfl past the top 3 or 4 IMO
     
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    Keep in mind this is also considered the deepest WR draft in ages.
     
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    Yeah, 3rd round would land a very good WR.

    Hill from Ohio St. has great hands and an excellent route runner. He knows how to get open.
     
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    My dream draft

    1 Derrick Brown
    2 Devonta Smith/ Brandon Aiyuk
    3 best offensive lineman on the board
     
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    I'd take Brown or Kinlaw 1st
    Humphrey or Baidaz 2nd
    WR, T or RB 3rd. Best available.
     
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    It depends on free agency
    If we can sign a top free agent lineman, Corey littleton, bad dupree/Matt judon then we have the flexibility to take the best player available and certainly cee dee lamb is on the mix
     
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    Okay, I'll bite and make your day.

    You mean the guy who has 1 less win than Murray in less than half the starts playing a for coach that was fired, has an interim HC, and is in a complete mess of a situation? While Murray was put in a perfect situation with a coach running his high school offense that he's run for years and centered completely around him.

    Let's wait and see how things play out. I'm betting you thought Baker Mayfield was the 2nd coming last year too. How's that working out?
    I think it's funny how people are on Burrow's jock this year, are talking about him going #1 overall. Yet, he couldn't beat out Haskins at OSU and had to transfer to play.

    A perfect example of how a lot of it is about situations.
     
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    I'm a fan of his entire catalogue..
     
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    Harry:

    would you give your take on:

    Jeudy vs Lamb vs Ruggs?
     
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    Ditto.

    Tho Lamb looked awful good.

    Big days for players with #1 jersey numbers (which is to be expected). Even more awesome days for players with jersey #2's.
     
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    Lol, please. Lets not act like Haskins did anything of note to help get those wins. I watched both of his wins & that team won in spite of Haskins due to Guice & their defense.

    It’s so weird how you wasn’t a big Bosa fan despite him actually being great at what he does & not having much flaws in college while defending Haskins & pathetic performances & great amount of flaws coming out of college.

    Burrow obviously improved over what he was at Ohio State. Haskins wishes he was half as good as Burrow coming out.
     
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    No disrespect but he has missed time both seasons so far. Facts are facts.
     
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    Sure.

    That’s no where near Nikglass territory regardless.
     
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    Well, you’re wrong again. I routinely said Bosa was the best player in the draft.
    I said the Cards shouldn’t draft him if they were going to play him at OLB, like was thought, because he’s never played a down of OLB in his career.
     
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    Ask your scout friend if he would rather have Murray or Haskins & see what he says. I know the answer & I'm sure you do to.
     
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    One top defensive player is not going to turn this defense around. We are going to have to spend money on a couple of impact linebackers even if we have to overpay.

    as I stated in another thread if we could sign two guys like Dupree and Littleton we would have the best linebacking corp in football.

    Some will say we can’t commit what much money at one position. However, I for one am tired of seeing a defense ranked 30th in the league.

    Do the above then we can draft Lamb.
     

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