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

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  1. slanidrac16

    slanidrac16 Registered User Contributor

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    I know it’s been mentioned but I just don’t see the Skins taking a Qb.
    I see them taking Young.
    I can see the Dolphins swapping picks with Detroit and taking Tua.
    The Giants take Simmons.
    The Chargers take Herbert.
    Panthers take Brown.

    That leaves Kinlaw, the ot of our choice, Lamb or Juedy.

    This of course will throw ASFN into a whirlwind as, no matter who we select, there will be raging debates until training camp.

    The Giants could take an OT to protect Jones since Soder has kind of been a disaster. If that happens the Panthers may take Simmons and Brown drops to us.
     
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    I like Wirfs personally, but Wills is more technically sound.

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    Buckybird Hoist the Lombardi Trophy

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    I now is just your guess, but if that board plays out similarly & Simmons is available there is NO WAY the Cardinals pass on him!!! Zero chance imo. And that’s with Keim as our GM :x
     
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    Buckybird Hoist the Lombardi Trophy

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    Totally agree.

    IMO I’d personally have Jeudy & Ruggs higher on my board than a Lamb as well.
     
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    Switch Young/Tua and that’s my top-8 prediction atm. Man not needing a QB is a great feeling.
     
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    Imagine if we drafted Deebo, AJ Brown, McLaurin or D.K last year.

    Wouldnt even think about Wr.
     
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    Oh my god
     
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  8. Krangthebrain

    Krangthebrain Captain of Team Murray

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    The Cardinals usually give an idea or ideas of what positions they are looking at or will not draft.

    My fearless prediction is that the Cardinals will not draft OL with the 8th pick. Resigning DJ DJ Humphries and talking up RT Murray are the indicators.

    RT Murray went from liability to decent player last year. I think he can be an average starter who will have his good and bad moments.

    PLUS....as an ERFA, he is extremely cheap.

    I'd say that WR will be the top of their list and Jeudy and Lamb are the targets. I go with Lamb because of his friendship and connection with Murray and his ability to break tackles and make the acrobatic/contested catch.

    I know Jeudy is a master technician, but building that QB/WR connection is a real big deal. Weve seen in the past where that connection is never built between two players and they fizzle out.

    Murray to Lamb is the next QB/WR combo. If Butler can become the big physically imposing receiver, the Cardinals can have a killer WR corps with speed and some size.
     
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    Krangthebrain Captain of Team Murray

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    This crop is actually much better. Looking at it with the knowledge we have now, the Cardinals should have passed on Isabella.
     
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    I think I'm ready to move Lamb above Jeudy..... And man...... I love me some Jeudy.

    I just see more fire from CeeDee. Talent wise, they both are great...... Now I need to know who "want's it" more. That seems like CeeDee to me.

    My new top picks:

    Young - Wont be there
    Okudah - Wont be there
    Simmons - No-brainer to me.
    Lamb
    OT - Wont rank until I see them move at the combine.
    Jeudy - May move above the OT's
     
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    Kyler & Jeudy could build a connection.

    Idk, I just dislike that “chemistry in college” reason as to why choose Lamb. Not like Haskins-McLaurin we’re setting the world on fire in their first year.
     
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    I’ve said before I’ll break my TV if they draft a WR. We need offensive line and defensive front 7 help bad and I do mean bad.

    Thomas, Wills, Brown, Simmons, Kinlaw any of those guys I’m good
     
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  13. TheCardFan

    TheCardFan Things have changed.

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    What kind of TV do you have?
     
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    I've been team CeeDee Lamb for months now.

    His Combine performance has only cemented my desire for the Cardinals to draft him.
     
  15. Krangthebrain

    Krangthebrain Captain of Team Murray

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    Could.

    I think they are alot closer in ability than you do. I was thinking more about the press argument this morning. There are tons of WRs coming from schools that dont face the press at all that become very good WRs.

    That over 10% drop rate for Jeudy last year is alarming. Most of the ones I saw were at big moments when he was about to receive contact.

    If he has an over 10% drop rate in the NFL it will be a problem.
     

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