Another draft is in the books. Let’s whip around the league to see how all 32 teams fared. Different teams sure have different plans at the quarterback position.
Top-notch, especially the Packers analysis. When you're MVP, you make mediocre receivers into stars. No more of the 'trust' nonsense excuse.
If I read the Huddle Report top 100 correctly, Bob McGinn won for the 5th time by predicting 86 of the first 100 chosen. 64 others also played.
Ty you're pretty good at this thing.
Nice angle on this overview by Ty Dunne. Ya got to give the man credit for resisting the click bait practice of grading drafts. Nice work.
Excellent post. Solid analysis. A couple of chuckles in there. I too am interested in what happens with Howell. People overcoming the physical limitations is a cool thing. That's what has amazed me about Tom Brady. He has made the most out of his physical attributes. I can't see anyone playing as long as he has in the current group of QBs in the league.
Thank you for putting in the obvious effort. Don't burn yourself out. I want to keep reading you for a long time (Just got my renewal notice).
I can care less if Rodgers is paid to make his receivers better that's besides the point. The issue to me isn't the WRs that they just drafted I'm a fan of Watson's potential. The issue is when you analyze the packers veteran pass catchers it shapes up as arguably the worst pass catching group in the NFL. Rodgers or no Rodgers that doesn't seem like a recipe to win a SB. People will blame everyone's favorite villain Aaron Rodgers if the offense declines, but the realities are in this particular case the front office deserves some criticism for their negligence of the WR room. The refusal to add at the position has been something many have criticized for years.
Maybe the Cowboys draft pick's off the field issues will take displace the stories of Steven Jones sex tape, Jerry's 26 year old secret daughter, the voyeur employee, and Charlotte Jones messy divorce. Nobody has had a worse off season than Jerry Jones.