With the 8th pick in the NFL Draft......

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  1. DVontel

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    No it should not....at all.







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    There’s not a single clip in the vid that CeeDee is going against press. It’s legit nothing but free releases. Every time it’s almost laughable!


    I bet if you watched Jeudy’s tape against any SEC team, you’ll see the CBs up on him in that 1 game than you would for CeeDee against every B12 team in a season.



    There’s also a reason there’s been only been 2 B12 CBs drafted in the 1st round 7-8 years(the last one was a bust). Damn near all play off-man/zone!
     
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    Spot on. The Big12 is well known for wide open zone defenses because they simply don't attract the talent to play press.

    The SEC plays much more press man than the Big12.
     
  3. Dr. Jones

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    Jeudy had 7 drops on 77 receptions in 2019. No doubt he must improve but his 2018 showed no signs of it being a consistent problem.

    And again..... He has an elite skill..... Separation, suddenness, and route running.

    CeeDee does have some things on his side but this offense is actually better suited for timing routes and elite level quickness.

    That's all Jeudy.
     
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    Cuozzo Trombonist in Roger Goodell's Wedding Rcpt.

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    I still think the team's biggest need is a stud DL.
     
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    If we go WR, my preference is Jeudy over Lamb. I'm still hoping that one of the following is still on the board at 8:

    Brown,
    Okudah
    Simmons

    If not, either draft Jeudy at 8, or trade into the early teens for Ruggs, Lamb, any of the O-Linemen.
     
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    I agree, but only Brown at 8. If they decide on Kinlaw, trade into the teens & draft him.
     
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    Good finds. I saw quite a bit of tape of Jeudy getting free releases. His footwork is as good as I've seen from a college player.
     
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    One thing I haven't mentioned before is that Jeudy runs a ton of Cardinals routes.

    Shallow crosses, Jet motions, out routes, bubble plays, etc. The first three plays of the tape are all Cards type plays and I think that is important. Why? Just because Lamb played in Lincoln's system doesn't mean Lamb is best suited for the role K2 may want for his #1 WR.

    Jeudy is such a stud man. Such a stud.
     
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    Now after watching Lamb's video...... he's such a baller man. Swag personified. But I keep saying this...... WR's don't ever get that wide open in the NFL man! He does make some sick cuts and shrugs off tacklers a ton. So much fun to watch.

    I love both..... would be fine with both and think we are heading in that direction (assuming a stud doesn't drop). Studs = Young, Okudah, Simmons


    Another key point to make. Tua doesn't have nearly the arm Kyler has. So many loopy throws that Kyler would zip in there.
     
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    This next year is going to be fun. Keep loading up Kylers weapons. Here's to hoping our sophomore receivers take another step in maturation.
     
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    Putting this out there...I'm not certain the Redskins don't take Tua.
     
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    I get that Tua is a great prospect but I would never take him . Hip injuries are not something to take lightly. Remember when he got hurt they weren’t sure he would play again.

    I just don’t think it’s worth the risk. What happens when a 300 d- lineman falls on top of that hip?

    if we were drafting a qb this year I would be praying we didn’t take him.
     
  13. football karma

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    Rivera is used to a multi threat QB -- and Haskins isnt
     
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    Scared money don't make money. Here is what I know...Dwayne Haskins ain't it and the Cardinals just made this move less shocking. Also, if I have a superstar in McLaurin, I need to get him the ball. Tua can definitely do that.

    I would much rather bank my job on Tua and his hip vs Haskins and his head.
     
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    I see your point. But they drafted their qbotf last year. Who in their right minds would draft a qb two years in a row? Oh wait....:)
     
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