Who Starts Week 1 at Wide Receiver?

Who are the Starting WRs Week 1?

  • Troy Franklin (First-round pick)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Roman Wilson, MI (Second-day pick)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Ja'Lynn Polk, WAS (Second-day pick)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Jaylan McMillan, WAS (Second-day pick)

    Votes: 0 0.0%

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    94
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with this as context


do you trade #27 to Dallas for Ceedee Lamb?

(which gives you the "freedom" at #4 to take the Vikes multi first round offer and take a pass rusher at #11)
Hmm, trading 27 to Dallas for Lamb would be tempting. Take MHJ at 4 and trade 27 for Lamb, spend the majority of the rest of our picks on D, and let the offense carry this team to the playoffs? I could live with this plan.
 

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Except you can't "sans injury".

And a RB just doesn't do enough to warrant that high of a pick.
The positional value is a separate argument. And injury isn’t indicative of talent, which is what the discussion was focused on. And it’s translated talent. This isn’t a case where a talented player never produced (see Rondale Moore), this is a case whenever he’s healthy he’s produced.
 

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He’s been ok I don’t think averaging 70 yards a game is living up to the hype he had coming out of college.
Except he was considered a dual threat back. Averaging 101 combined yards per game is pretty good.
 

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