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Discussion in '2019 NFL Draft' started by Lost_In_The_Sauce, Apr 28, 2019.

  1. Lost_In_The_Sauce

    Lost_In_The_Sauce Staff Member Administrator Writer Banned

    Say no more! We must get him by any means necessary.

    Drunk me, do your thing

  2. JO_75

    JO_75 Ravens Ring of Honor

    Don't think the Bengals are going to be the worst team in the league but another QB needy team will probably be worst than them.
  3. Lost_In_The_Sauce

    Lost_In_The_Sauce Staff Member Administrator Writer Banned

    The thing is that you’ve still got a lot of first round caliber talent WRs that have very high ceilings in the first round of the draft. Jerry may be the best, but what is the real difference vs. selecting Odell Beckham Jr. at 4 and Mike Evans at 12. Honestly ODB, talented as he is(and he’s obviously a stud) isn’t that much better than Evans to the point where Bucs fans are shaking their fists and cursing the wind. They’re very different types of players obviously, but what’s the value. I’d obviously take a healthy Beckham over Evans, but if I have Mike I’m not going “damn, we need another WR”

    I like Jerry enough but to me, and this is my opinion, Green and Julio are still the cream of the crop talent wise this decade. You’ve obviously had players develop into more polished and/or talented WRs, but I’m strictly talking coming out of school. I liked Deandre Hopkins a lot too, but I don’t think anyone envisioned him becoming the best WR in football for example. A possible pro bowler? Yeah, thought he could be that with those hands, but best in the game? This is where coaches come into play.

    Jerry more along the lines of being a higher tier prospect rather than my highest grade, but I’m not gonna put him at the highest grade that I can. And my grade compared to Collin Johnson, Laviska, Cece, etc. Isn’t that much better to the point where I’d sell the farm either.

    We’d have to pick top 5 to get him, but even if I have my doubts about this season(and believe me, I do), I’m not sure he’d be the best fit with Jackson, nor would he be a “can’’t miss” guy in my eyes. He’s good, very good, but not a a guy like Megatron who was the top player in that class and it wasn’t close.

    Jerry is a hell of a talent... But with how top heavy the WR class is, it’s not like we’re missing enough to want to sell the farm. That’s the last thing I want us to do. Very few prospects I would’ve done that for over the past ten years.
  4. RavensMania

    RavensMania Staff Member Administrator

    I'm aware that next years WR draft class could be along the lines as the 2014 WR draft class. I was only responding to a post.
  5. JoeyFlex5

    JoeyFlex5 Hall of Famer

    For this team I’d take mike Evans over Beckham, ODB Before his head got too pumped up maybe not, but mike Evans is a different breed, and I didn’t like him at all in the draft and thought Odell Beckham was gonna be the nfls best receiver, but for this team mike Evans would be a dream fit.

    If the bucs wanted to start from scratch and he hit the trade block, I’d give up a first, no question. Irrelevant to the topic but just wanted to say that lol
  6. JO_75

    JO_75 Ravens Ring of Honor

    So who is the Center that everyone will be pounding the table for this year barring any improvement out of Harbaugh's favorite Matt Skura?
  7. JoeyFlex5

    JoeyFlex5 Hall of Famer

    LSU LB jacob Phillips looks pretty good at first glance

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