Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Chris_Sanders, Feb 25, 2020.
If we trade up for anyone not named Chase Young I will throw a brick through a window.
Derrick Brown and Chase Young are closer prospects than the public thinks they are.
He actually weighed in lighter than he played at.
Just watch the tape. He physically dominated nearly everyone he faced, and that includes Julian Okwara from Notre Dame who might go 1st, but shouldn't last past the second round. Watch him ragdoll all of the Florida State edge guys.
Hes just so big and strong that there really arent many ends that are strong enough to him, and the smaller guys have to run so far to get around him.
Oh I love him I just don't believe Washington won't pick him. I would trade up for Okudah but it has to be the right deal and I suspect Detroit will be asking for too much.
It seems everyone is more interested in moving down not up
I'm starting to hear the Tua buzz here in the east coast but can't believe Ron will make the same choice Keim made.
I am firmly in the Haskins sucks camp.
I was trying to say I'd be furious if we moved up for Okudah.
Depends on other circumstances.
Let's say the Cardinals traded PP21 for a 1st and a 3rd, and used that third to trade up and get Okudah? I'd be down with that. Get cheaper and younger.
Injuries and talent prevent an ideal world in NFL. If Humphries goes down in preseason we roll with Joshua Miles? I think Keim thinks ahead when drafting. He took Humphries when we had Veldheer at LT thinking eventually Humphries would move over. It makes sense to have versatile OL. You hear GMs love guys who can play multiple positions so it’s easier to get them on the field if they have the talent.
last year, with on unfortunate injury to starting OT Marcus Gilbert, the Cards were literally scouring the waiver wire for a starting RT in week 1
the Cards just cant be one rolled ankle from having to start Josh Miles at one of the OT spots.
drafting an OT at #8 or #40 means some quality OT depth for the first time since DJ's rookie year
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