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9 hours ago, HurlyBurly51 said:

I'd take him back.  What say you?

 

Yea so would I. I doubt he can command the size of backup deal he had here before. But he is definitely better than Kyle Allen and so I'd be in on him if he wanted to come cheap. 

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What has Trubisky done in the last 4 seasons to make us think he is better than any other back up caliber player?

 

My answer is nothing, maybe he has proven to be below that level. 
 

I do think there is value in finding an experienced starter from a power 5 late in the draft. 4 years of very low rookie contract $$.

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10 hours ago, Punching Bag said:

Find a physical QB who can play WR who appears to have good hands for catching snaps to reduce chances of fumble.

Maybe that QB can do the run up middle as well.

Saves a roster space.  Make sure there is a candidate on PS squad for injuries.

 

How about a WR who can play QB? Isaiah Williams (Illinois) is likely to be available between the 5th and 7th rounds, and is actually very high on my "Underrated WR" rankings. This interview is worth a watch; seems like a process guy, with a little bit of James Cook slippery, a QB brain, and high production as a WR. Definitely one to watch:

 

 

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6 minutes ago, ROCBillsBeliever said:

 

How about a WR who can play QB? Isaiah Williams (Illinois) is likely to be available between the 5th and 7th rounds, and is actually very high on my "Underrated WR" rankings. This interview is worth a watch; seems like a process guy, with a little bit of James Cook slippery, a QB brain, and high production as a WR. Definitely one to watch:

 

 

Eh, reminds of a poor man's Khalil Shakir. He was mainly used like Isaiah McKenzie, little shovels and WR screens. That's a pass for me. 

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18 minutes ago, H2o said:

Eh, reminds of a poor man's Khalil Shakir. He was mainly used like Isaiah McKenzie, little shovels and WR screens. That's a pass for me. 

 

Well, I can see that, but also, we have some spare picks late in the draft (see below). Might be worth a flier over a Luke Tenuta or a Dez Lewis... Just sayin'.

 

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1 hour ago, H2o said:

Eh, reminds of a poor man's Khalil Shakir. He was mainly used like Isaiah McKenzie, little shovels and WR screens. That's a pass for me. 

 

6th or 7th round flier, sure. But he was the guy I thought had the best chance to really help himself at the Shrine Bowl and he was a disappointment. Don't see a lot explosion from him, looks like a relatively slow slot guy. Now that doesn't mean he can't play, Beas was a slow slot guy - but he was an UDFA for that reason.  

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