Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by NeonDeion21, Jan 16, 2014.
I think I'd stop being a fan
Of course you consider WRs. If the pick is between Mike Evans and a middling DLine prospect, you take Evans. That's rarely the case though. You rank your board and reach within a range for need.
Good. We need fewer fans who are willing to quit over trivial issues.
I'm pretty much rite there with you, I want defense, but this team can not pass on talent even if it comes on the offense.
If Tavon would have fallen to #18, Dallas probably would have drafted him. I am perfectly happy with their trade down though. The question in the OP is more of a philosophical draft question than a 2014 one.
Hard to under sarcasm from all the way up there on your high horse, isn't it?
Yes, sarcasm is easy to detect on the intranets.
Do you think that someone who is posting on a Cowboys forum during the offseason and has spent many hours reviewing film of this team would actually throw all of that away because of something 'trivial'.
I got 2 words for you... Matt Millen... How did that work out for Detroit... Well they got Calvin Johnson 4th try..
Yes, by all means, draft a WR. That would make perfect sense for this idiotic franchise.
Will fans still love Evans when he runs a 4.65 forty?
We'll see how it plays out and how many QB's are taken in the top 10 this year, QB's are the key to this draft just as OL were the key last year. The more QB's taken the better, instead of BPA I like the idea of BDPA with the d meaning defensive. I'm not totally against a WR or QB but it has to be one that slides and not one named Manziel.
He plays around a 4.65. I won't knock him twice for it. Having said that, I wouldn't want him at 16/17.
Matt Millen thinks so.
Seem to recall them almost winning it all...
I am saying Norwood is clutch player can be had in the 5 rd
No, we need defense. There is no sure-fire receiver out there. For that reason alone, we need to invest in an area of need.
Taking a WR high would be par for the course. Cowboys have always had a love affair with the skill positions, so taking a WR would just continue what we've been doing for the last 20 years.
To turn this thing around, we've gotta do something different from what we've been doing.
Focus on the trenches. It's that simple.
Another WR isn't going to change a damn thing.