The Die is Cast for 33 and Beyond

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  1. bojack

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    It they aren't sold on Metcalf they could try to trade out to further in 2nd and see if they can get Parris Campbell down the stretch. Parris should be a solid receiver.

    Reason Metcalf is appealing is he has speed and size. Its nice to have a tall receiver that can haul in those 50/50 balls when you need it.
     
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    Harry ASFN Consultant and Senior Writer

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    I’ll give you Moss and there were a couple of other exceptions. Moore ranked 29th in yards. That’s hardly an impact players. It’s gotten better in recent years with more passing but historically the statement is accurate.


    https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/...ing-the-recent-bust-rate-for-first-round-wrs/
     
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    You have to add offense. WR is super deep and there is not a big difference in the types of guys available at 33 and those available at 133. TE is also deep. I would target round 3 or 4 before it drops offs. OL dries up quick IMO. I think there is pretty good talent available here. I don't see how we can afford to draft much defense after the Murray pick. The franchise is tied to him and Keim now, and they need more help.
     
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    I was against drafting Metcalf. But wouldn’t he be the perfect guy to “ take the lid off the defense”? He also has a huge wingspan for the 50/50 balls and would open things up underneath. Yes he is limited in route running which he can learn. For now we utilize what he’s best at. Let’s keep swinging for the fences.
     
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    Cody Ford - played with Murray , need and bpa - metcalf maybe
     
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    Isnt a better option hakeem butler, maybe we can get him in round 3
     
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    I would like Emmanuel Hall. Might be a reach at 33 though but 65 would work

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    Yes even Kelvin Harmon is a good option
    Very productive but tested poorly at combine, 460 forty yard dash
    In round 3 i would like also the Mississippi tigh end Dawson Cox
     
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    Think you mean RB.

    Kareem Hunt & Zeke Elliot led the league in rushing their rookie years.

    Other productive rookie RBs,
    Saquon Barkley
    Leonard Fournette
    Alvin Kamara
    Sony Michel
    Nick Chubb
    Todd Gurley
    Philip Lindsay
    Jordan Howard
    Doug Martin
    Eddie Lacy
    Jeremy Hill
     
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    That is not common.
     
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    My guess is either Ford or Murphy. Both have connections and are very talented who should not have dropped.

    Need WR/TE's though too. Brown, Deebo, Smith, Butler, etc. Maybe one of them is still there in the 3rd.

    If we trade Josh we might get #48, which is ~midway through the round. Almost assured to still have one of the WR's available then.
     
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    Draft Cody Ford and if you want a WR which could fill that number one spot later... Anthony Johnson out of Buffalo :raccoon:
     
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    I heard it’s probably Murphy, but I’m fine with Ford too
     
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    But that may not be the case for college WR's who are coming into KK's college-like system.
     
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    That has yet to be seen, so I guess there is always that hope.
     

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