Jaxson Smith Njigba wants to be a Cowboy

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We’ve had every kind of receiver imaginable.

Dak is a see guy open and then throw kind of QB.
Yeah, even though there is much film where Dak can and does throw receivers open. Y'all's Dak hate has gotten beyond ridiculous already.
 

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He gets no separation tho :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:


Outproduced Olave and Wilson in 2021

Better route runner than both

Same size as both

I can understand the hesitancy to take him in the first bc of his 40, considering Amon Ra and Allen were mid round picks, but this draft isnt as deep at WR as it was when AmonRa was drafted and Keenan is the 2nd best WR from his class after Hop
 

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He gets no separation tho :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:


Outproduced Olave and Wilson in 2021

Better route runner than both

Same size as both

I can understand the hesitancy to take him in the first bc of his 40, considering Amon Ra and Allen were mid round picks, but this draft isnt as deep at WR as it was when AmonRa was drafted and Keenan is the 2nd best WR from his class after Hop
so called slow wrs all over the nfl. Allen, Kupp, Thomas, Hopkins. But ima let them cook
 

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“According to multiple sources in Indianapolis - 2023 WR Prospect, Jaxon Smith-Njigba is unlikely to take part in Saturday's 40-yard dash testing.”

Red flag - likely confirms he’s a high 4.5s / 4.6 guy. Was on the fence at 26 before - likely out now unless he runs.
 

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If he’s actually saying he wants to be a Cowboy, then respectively to Steve Smith, his PHD is in finance.
 

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“According to multiple sources in Indianapolis - 2023 WR Prospect, Jaxon Smith-Njigba is unlikely to take part in Saturday's 40-yard dash testing.”

Red flag - likely confirms he’s a high 4.5s / 4.6 guy. Was on the fence at 26 before - likely out now unless he runs.
Yes, he probably is running slow in his training. This is a red flag for me as well, moving him to more of a 2nd rd prospect.
 

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It's one of those things we can wish, but it's not going to happen......Won't get past 15.......
 

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The one guy I want who can stretch the field like Deshaun Jackson is Hyatt.
Hyatt is one of my top targets…just don’t see him getting to 26.

JSN is probably more realistic bc of his lack of speed.
 

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Hyatt is one of my top targets…just don’t see him getting to 26.

JSN is probably more realistic bc of his lack of speed.
Then look somewhere else especially if the RB from Texas makes it to us. I think since this is a weak draft that a trade up and losing a 3rd rounder this year is worth it to go up 4-5 selections to secure a top 10-15 player on your board like a Hyatt, Robinson or if someone slides.
 

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Then look somewhere else especially if the RB from Texas makes it to us. I think since this is a weak draft that a trade up and losing a 3rd rounder this year is worth it to go up 4-5 selections to secure a top 10-15 player on your board like a Hyatt, Robinson or if someone slides.
I’m never drafting a RB in round 1 and only trading up if a blue chip player falls.

Don’t see a lot of that in this draft so I’d rather stay put or move back if we’ve got a few guys we like available.
 
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