Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by WoodysGirl, Mar 20, 2014.
It would be a huge mistake.
I would rather they trade up for a QB then draft a WR in the 1st, unless it was for Watkins of course.
which QB do you want to trade up? for? I would like a BPA pick. Or a trade down if we can get it.
But why? Harris is more productive at this point and Beasley is better in the slot. Would prefer a hard working vet if one is needed.
Coming out of this draft with another WR would be helpful, cause I think we are going to need to score.
Don't want to trade up at all, that is how bad an Evans pick at 16 would be, for me anyways.
I am all for BPA(except WR, RB or CB) or trading down.
I am in total agreement with you. I would like to see Harris and Beasley get a real shot. I feel that JJ will go back to his old ways and bring him back. Miles is not getting any love out on the free agent market.
I hope not, but you're correct, his number would be the first dialed if Dez were to go down.
Or USC, or South Carolina, or Fresno St., or Vandy, or LSU, or FSU, or Clemson, or............
There are a lot of pretty good WR prospects out there this year.
Wr isn't my 1st choice. Unless Jerry trades Dez which would be smart for the team. But at 16 I don't expect he Clemson WR to be there. A switch on 1st round choices with STL and they can have Bryant? I wish.
Hope he didn't pull a hammy on the honey moon.
Would not be mine either but, if that's the best player on the board and we take one of those WRs, so be it.
Yeah ok we'll go with that.
I'm sure a lot of people will miss Austin. Romo for instance came up thru the ranks with him and basically made it together. I'm sure he will miss him. Damn those hamstrings!!!!!
Its interesting how much of this is Miles Austin's fault. Does he just have bad genetics or luck or did he not push himself like he could have with his rehab? A remember a poster saying that Austin refused a certain therapy that would have worked better because it was very painful/uncomfortable. Don't know how true that was but it was interesting to say the least.
There is a news story saying Green Bay is interested in Austin
According to the Denver Post's Mike Klis, the Broncos "might turn their attention" to free-agent receivers Brandon LaFell and Miles Austin. A nine-year veteran, Austin was released by the Cowboys last week. Meanwhile, LaFell is a four-year veteran testing the free agency market after spending his first four seasons with the Panthers.
This just in, doctors in Green Bay are excited about all the possibly overtime pay coming up later this summer.
Broncos signed Lafell.