but then says nothing ... except to say that because the QBs suck you should not draft them high.
Here is the analysis of the draft class, "What it won’t offer is a star quarterback. Not now, and probably not ever. No amount of wishing or hoping or pumping up a flawed signal caller for ratings is going to change that. This quarterback class sucks. It’s time everyone, including QB-needy NFL teams, embraced it."
Everyone has an opinion good or bad and nobody knows for sure. The draft is a crap shoot. He took a sure thing last year and I expect him to do the same this year which means no QB until next season. Just my opinion
I find it very disappointing. I can get really excited about the idea of Eli leading this team next season, with the possibility that his young successor is in place.
Win ,win for me, Contend with Eli, or get excited about meaningless games late in the season, because the rebuilding process has begun.
Last two season tough to get involved with games late in season when you know there are draft benefits from losing in contrast toNEli s rookie year, Iwhen I was all in because the young guy was developing.
I remember the final game victory of the season against Parcells Cowboys, I really into that game.
But even though I want the next guy, I understand the wisdom against forcing that pick.
Just was really hoping Haskins or Lock were the guy, seems most believe that s not the case.
Winning 75% instead of 23 wins, you might see a different ranking.
Apologies because I never figured out how to link to the Draft Network story.
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