Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Risen Star, Feb 10, 2021.
They are both good players at a position of great need
He has Smith as the top rated WR in this class, nuff said
Except most of the scouting reports have Horns major weakness being zone coverage. With Quinn scheme being primarily zone you’d think he be off the board or way down from 10, more like a 2nd or 3rd round grade on him!
I watched him because of Kiper. Id draft him round 2 no question. He fits into the attitude adjustment that the defense needs.
because we have to build a defense not play CBs because they’re the sexy pick. Defense starts with front 7 and FS and we have neither
because both CBs have significant warts and shouldnt go top 10
because the bigger CBs this defense needs can be had later in this draft
CB is a big part of a defense
Every player has warts
A bigger CB is great but the top guys are on top because they can cover not just look the part
The Packers should take the #1 Long-snapper, can't let a guy like that get away.
Yup. Cb should be round 2. I dont know if we could get a outside starter after that but I dont want one in round 1
With no combine it hurts them big time.
My only question between Farley and Surtain is level of competition in College. I just feel Alabama might have played against better talent than Virginia Tech
That would be such a welcome sight on this team.
The flip side is, Surtain played on the most talented teams in america.
I prefer DT, LB, FS in rds 1-2 rather than CB
Great defense is about pressure
There is no DT worth picking at 10
I like Tufele a lot if he’s there in 2nd but that’s also a good spot for a safety
No safety is worth 10 or DT
Trading down is an option but we need really good players and both of the top CB are really good player
We need a day one starter quality CB with two of our top CB leaving
That leaves us Biggs and brown and then nothing
That is the problem with Farley. He has rarely played the cornerback position. Surtain has played cornerback all his football career and his father coached him up.
While he is new to the position, his film does not resemble a player that is still learning the ropes. Farley brings a rare blend of physical traits to the table in terms of size, length, quickness, fluidity, and athleticism that he pairs with exceptional man coverage skills that make him an exciting NFL prospect. Not only is he sticky in man coverage, Farley has game-changing ball skills and is an alpha in coverage.
From his scouting report-Draft Network
Good morning brother, when are you going to start looking at the quarterbacks in the draft?
Unfortunately this is a weak draft for DTs and LBs and I'm not going to reach for need.
I don't buy any smoke or rumors about Dak in a contract negotiation. Both sides are going to use tactics with the media to get what they want. If Dak isn't signed or tagged, then we should start looking at options for the position.
It’s not about the Cowboys. I like your opinions. I just wanted to know what you thought about the quarterbacks. Plus we pick to late to get one of the top 4.