Very odd rankings.
Also, I want nothing to do with AJ Bouye. Not only that CB is probably the most fickle position in the league, there's also a decent chance that he was a one year wonder. If I were a GM I would never spend big money on someone who only has 1 year of production.
Maybe he'll be good, but I dont want to risk tying that much money up in an unknown.
..and you can trade picks now..for the first time.../
, Seattle could come to us and say ...we want to switch No.1 draft positions with you.
...........and we'll give you an extra No. 3 for your trouble...
That's IF a guy like that is there at our pick. No need to try and force it. And the OT class is poor but the OG class is deep. Bolles and Lamp are both first round guards. Ballard talked about the importance of trenches.
For example I knew Houston needed a good number 2 receiver behind Hopkins period I'm not sold on Fuller so I looked at all the receivers available and compared them and I came up with my pick. The best available is not always the best player at the time for a team