Evans, Hopkins, or OBJ

Polkton31

Well-Known Member
Messages
602
Reaction score
785
If those are the only choices, then Evans. He's better than anyone the Boys are likely to get in the third. Also, I don't want to see the Boys give up a second, or pay OBJ 16 mil per.
 

Amarillofan82

Well-Known Member
Messages
955
Reaction score
883
Mike Evans for a 4th and a 6th since he really will be a 1 year deal with a out next year. I definitely don't want OBJ at that price no matter what. OBJ getting 10 million for 1 year or 25 million gtd for 3 years at max.
 

tyke1doe

Well-Known Member
Messages
53,624
Reaction score
32,006
Under those terms, none of them.
We need to stop wasting high draft choices on over-the-hill, oft-injured wide receivers.
A fourth for Hopkins is as much as I'd offer. And even then I may ask for a sixth in return.
 

conner01

Well-Known Member
Messages
27,780
Reaction score
25,744
Evans in a heartbeat but he’d also cost the most
But he is a red zone threat and the outside guy that allows lamb to move around in the backfield pre snap. Every time we let lamb move around it was effective
 

conner01

Well-Known Member
Messages
27,780
Reaction score
25,744
Bingo and bring back TY and we are good.
I don’t see chark fitting what MM wants to do. He’s a down the field guy to me and doesn’t seem to fit a quick pass offense. I also like guys with a solid catch pct. That means they are getting open and catching the ball
 
Last edited:

KJJ

You Have an Axe to Grind
Messages
55,720
Reaction score
34,218
Would rather have Evans and it’s not even close. He’s played in the league nine seasons and has had 1000+ yards each year. He’s big, physical and durable. He’s missed very few games over his career. I haven’t seen any decline in him. Plus he’s a year younger than the other two.
 

conner01

Well-Known Member
Messages
27,780
Reaction score
25,744
No sure who KD Drummond is, but he doesn’t seem smart enough to have a blue check mark next to his name on Twitter if he thinks OBJ is going to get 3 for 48 with his history
I don’t see anyone paying that much. You could make it look like that but no team is committing that much real money for that long
 

conner01

Well-Known Member
Messages
27,780
Reaction score
25,744
Would rather have Evans and it’s not even close. He’s played in the league nine seasons and has had 1000+ yards each year. He’s big, physical and durable. He’s missed very few games over his career. I haven’t seen any decline in him. Plus he’s a year younger than the other two.
He’s played with a QB who doesn’t force it to him so his catch numbers are huge but he is a big play guy who is a good redzone target, and can play very physical. MM says he wants a quick pass offense and he’s a guy who you can’t press at the LOS. He’s gonna get out in his route and can make short passes into long plays
His cost is the only obstacle to me
 

TRUTH87

Cowboy for Life
Messages
5,580
Reaction score
3,735
cowboys are not getting either of those three.

i expect either:

Cooks
Hardman
Chark jr

rumblings on twitter is FO is out on dhop and it’s mostly fan hype. OBJ sounds like they lowballed him & $ will be an issue. Evans ? haven’t heard one single thing on him.
 

KJJ

You Have an Axe to Grind
Messages
55,720
Reaction score
34,218
He’s played with a QB who doesn’t force it to him so his catch numbers are huge but he is a big play guy who is a good redzone target, and can play very physical. MM says he wants a quick pass offense and he’s a guy who you can’t press at the LOS. He’s gonna get out in his route and can make short passes into long plays
His cost is the only obstacle to me
Evans is a first ballot Hall of Famer and still has it. I would trade multiple picks including a premium pick for him and wouldn’t have to think about it.
 

StarChamber_33

Well-Known Member
Messages
637
Reaction score
540
Gimme D-Hop., I've seen this guy have great games no matter who the QB is.. Evans on the other hand, had a QB that made him better. That is the difference..
 
Top