Massive need at Wide Receiver

gtb1943

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Okay.

Last year, even with missing 5 games, Dak tied for the most interceptions in the nfl. A lot of that was from the ball bouncing off of the receivers hands and into the hands of defenders.
Not even a quarter of his interceptions can be remotely traced to that. Talk about stupidity.
 

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Massive need? Lol! How many do ya need? I’d like to see us draft one but necessarily in the first round.
 

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Not even a quarter of his interceptions can be remotely traced to that. Talk about stupidity.
I mean before you throw the word stupidity out your sure 4 INT's didnt bounce off recievers? that would be a 4th of them
 

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We still have massive need at WR. The best thing we can do is try to trade into the top 15 to get JSN
Massive is ridiculous. We still have youngsters on the roster who will have another season to prove they can step up. If a really good wr is BPA in a round, we will likely take one, but this is not a draft with super blue chip WRs….they all have question marks regarding speed, size, hands, route trees.
 

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Gallup is much better than those scrubs you just said were fine at te. Te far bigger need than wr
He was horrible last year, 3rd worst in the entire league of separation. That being said we just need a 4th receiver nothing major, a James Washington type signing.
 
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Hendershot and Ferguson can catch. They can handle the tight end job. Cooks helps, but unless Gallup magically reverts to pre-injury form, it’s a weakness that doesn’t need to be
Wide receivers are a waste of resources with a QB who heavily favors tight ends.
 

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I am a big fan of Gallup, but last year proved he was nothing close to the Gallup prior to injury. We don't know if he will get back to 100% ever again.

The same goes for Pollard.

Lots of wishful thinking on two key players coming off of major leg injuries. Injuries which clearly will hinder their ability to cut, accelerate, create separation, have enough speed or get open.

But, hey, let's be lazy like some of you and simply blame it all on you know who.
He played like most players play in that time frame after that injury.
And almost every single of one of them were way better the 2nd year removed from that same injury
Either way, he is WR3 at best if Cook still has a gear
 

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C.D. Lamb, Michael Gallup, Brandon Cooks, and probably T.Y. Hilton coming back as well and we have a massive need at WR:huh:

That is a top 5 receiving core easy.

But you want to pretty much trade our entire draft (which it would take to go from 26 to 15) and draft yet another WR?

Unless we are going to be implementing a run and shoot offense with 5 wides as our base formation, this would be overkill to the extreme.
We’re implementing a west coast offense. Lots and lots of movement and passing.
 

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We still have massive need at WR. The best thing we can do is try to trade into the top 15 to get JSN
What's massive need? I don't get it?
Is DT not a massive need?
Is LB not a massive need?
Is RT or LT not a massive need?
Is DE not a massive need?

If we trade up it won't be to have 4 deep WR depth. It would be to draft a DT to address DL issues specially against the run.
 

Calvin2Tony2Emmitt2Julius

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So That's how it goes around here. Someone makes a post SO preposterous, that people say things just as preposterous as a rebuttal, and viola instant turd throwing contest.

ANY post this crazy, Does not need rebuttal, It actually needs be deleted along with the account but OH well .....................

you know how it goes.
 

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Got a name that I'm intrigued with...DJ Chark. Think he would be a nice addition. Big target...6'4....good speed. God knows Prescott can't hit water from a boat...so you better get a receiver with some wing span.
 

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The QB in Dallas needs massive help in form of a dominant run game and a really good defense. So, the massive needs are a LG, RB, blocking TE, NT1, NT2 and LB.

Having said all of that of Hopkins is their available for a 5th you do that deal.
 

shabazz

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Nothing short of three #1 receivers will be good enough for the Dakvidians
 

aikemirv

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We still have massive need at WR. The best thing we can do is try to trade into the top 15 to get JSN
From a career production perspective Cooks is as good as Amari was. I never thought we had a massive hole when Amari was hear.
 

blueblood70

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We still have massive need at WR. The best thing we can do is try to trade into the top 15 to get JSN
Massive overstatement is only thing that true,.. seriously we are far better off right now for game one that game 1 last year,, you blind??!! last year no Gallup first 5 games , unhealthy Gallup most of the year , Brown was our #2

Now we have a Lamb with #1 experience, Gallup back healthier, and Cooks and you think that coupled with another camp for Tobert and Semi plus possibly getting turpin more wr snaps. we are light years better for game 1 then last year,

NO trades maybe grab a wr in the draft but man this is another emotional and very off base post..OMG calm the flip down!:facepalm:o_O
 
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