Joseph draft pick?

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  1. JoeKing

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    Yes, I got that one wrong and have already eaten crow over it. I'm hoping to eat crow over Joseph as well but it doesn't appear that can happen until next season.
     
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  2. Irvin88_4life

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    Well with the top 3 starters in place maybe your expectations is not achievable for young Joseph. I think a full offseason and stay heathy for training camp and preseason would do wonders for him.

    At best Joseph is the 4th corner right now, not talent wise but thet aren't benching Brown or Lewis the rest of the season......so my question is what's your expectations right now, realistically knowing he isn't the starter?

    By the way i give respect to you for eating crow. Not many will do it......i didn't hate Parsons just thought top 15 was too high and i ate crow as well
     
  3. JoeKing

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    For now, the best I see from Joseph is depth in case one of our other CBs get injured. The scouts saw something in him enough to draft him in the 2nd round so I'm hoping we all get a chance to see it someday.
     
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  4. Irvin88_4life

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    He has the talent of Horn and Surtain and all there athletic abilities to be a lockdown guy. I has had some snaps and hasn't been a liability but it's his rookie year and most of it gone from injury.
     
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  5. JJHLH1

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    Trevor Lawrence might turn it around.

    Or he might keep playing poorly and be a bust.
     
  6. plasticman

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    The Cowboys management has always claimed that Joseph was raw and it would take time before he was ready to contribute in an impactful way.

    Kelvin Joseph was the youngest player taken in the entire draft. It wasn't really his accomplishments in college that attracted the Cowboys, it was his physical talent and the potential. With some good coaching he could be a future star.
     
  7. Risen Star

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    They practically apologized for drafting Parsons in the press conference that night. Told the world they were taking a cornerback with the next pick and they did.

    No other position is treated this way.
     
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  8. Risen Star

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    I haven't seen them claim that even once.
     
  9. 817Gill

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    I feel like there’s a vocal minority that didn’t like him. Anyone who studied the draft knew who he was and that he was tabbed as a 2nd round guy. Talented and at a position of need, I feel like only those who weren’t aware of him or were wary of disciplinary issues had a problem with the pick.

    From a talent and position standpoint he was the right pick, but as of this point there’s really no lengthy discussion to be had. Injury and a global pandemic illness aren’t quite enough for me to be thinking bust.
     
  10. Mobinvans

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    Way to early to tell
     
  11. DuncanIso

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    Without Micah, that draft is a train wreck.
     
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  12. rambo2

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    If he wasn't best available, he was close.
     
  13. Kingofholland

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    I remember in the 2nd round wanting Barmore or Moehrig, hoping to trade up. When they were gone I thought Asante Samuel Jr. made the most sense. Samuel started strong, but has had some ups and downs. Wasn't opposed to OL either, but when the Joseph pick came in I was very surprised. Raw, but talented player that was likely going to have a red shirt year to develop. Still like his potential, but it's going to take time for him to show what he has at this level.
     
  14. RonWashington

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    Asante Samuel Jr has a couple of picks this year picked three spots after Joseph . Of course he’s 5’10 and Quinn wants corners 6’0 or taller.

    It’s unsettling in this regard the injury factor. Trysten Hill same issue injuries missing large parts of your career so far . Josh Ball another pick injuries don’t know how he’s going to turn out.

    And with Carr going bombs away on Thanksgiving just about every series and PI flags thrown around like confetti to get tossed in a ST brawl when you finally take the field and can be utilized .
     
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  15. TwentyOne

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    Bad pic as always.

    GO JJ!
     
  16. SlammedZero

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    Micah has so much talent he automatically elevates this entire draft class to "phenomenal" level. :D
     

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