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  1. I'm very surprised that no other team took Jackson in at least the 6th or 7th round.
  2. This was simply a bad pick due to the fact there were several very good WR's on the board here! Singletary is undersized and not fast.
  3. Hakeem Butler, Terry McLaurin, Miles Boykin and Gary Jennings all sitting there in round 3 and Bills take a undersized running back with very average speed. 😡 I liked the Knox pick but the other pick s/h/b a WR!
  4. I had DTV a couple years ago and finally cut it as it got to expensive. Have been doing some of these streaming services but those have gone from about $25/month to about $45/month now and not all the channels I want. It seems stupid DTV won't offer Sunday Ticket on their DirecTV NOW service. I really don't want to subscribe and get a dish again. Probably have to do NFL Gamepass or something.
  5. Well you should believe it. The Wyoming games against Neb. and Iowa were fairly close games until about the 4th qtr. which is why I brought them up. You saw some games this last year as many on this forum who've said Allen looked like the best player on the field! And thats against NFL players. So that kind of goes against your premise that Allen can't play against P-5 competition. There's probably been more great college quarterbacks who flopped in the NFL as ones who turned into franchise quarterbacks. Heck you can't even judge most great NFL QB's based on their rookie year much less college. Many barely played their first year and many others didn't start out looking very good. As far as I'm concerned, Josh Allen is just scratching the surface and has only just begun to learn how to play Quarterback in the NFL.
  6. This is about what I expect to see as well. 200 yards a game is 3200 season, so avg. 220 a game is very doable. As far as running, I think its great for QB to be able to take advantage of situations to run. The key is to just take what is available and not take the hit. Get down or get out of bounds even if it means not getting the first down. For Quarterbacks, it seems standing in the pocket and having guys crash into their legs is biggest threats. Look at the Joe Theismann injury, Alex Smith, Colt McCoy.. Now if Allen tries to get that extra yard and take the big hit he's going to be much more vulnerable, so thats why he just has to get down and just take whats there, regardless. And also, don't make Allen a RB, except on QB sneaks and a QB draws sometimes. I still remember that play in first half of year where they called Allen to do a straight run on both 2nd and 3rd and goal and he almost got killed.
  7. Flacco doesn't seem to have much mobility. But Keenum is about the worst 3rd down QB in the league. Overall should be a slight upgrade for Broncos. The only reason Elway got Keenum because he was one of only very few QB's available, but he wasn't any better than Trevor Siemian was. Broncos won't likely take a QB in first round because they can't afford another Paxton Lynch debacle. But they might take a Drew Lock in round 2 if available.
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