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    • Actually, I’m just about to turn 65. I do remember a 14 game season and 154 in baseball. I just thought it would keep some continuity. 
    • If his injury doesn’t slow his game I am convinced he will be great. He is such a hard worker. 
    • This was really good. Some surprising stuff about burrow and why he could struggle in the league.     
    • Here's a great video by an ex-NFL QB breaking down Justin Herbert game film. Some of the best that's available publicly:     He said this will be the first of series of breakdowns he will do of the QBs of this draft.
    • What's funny is that TY was a late 3rd rounder, who was seen as a very limited WR. They basically said he was a "deep threat" only type of WR and didn't have the skills to be successful short to intermediate.   6.0 is simply a threshold I use to gauge the overall depth of WR. The ratings are directionally correct, but not the end all be all. The league is literally littered with high 6s that aren't WR1s, and sub 6s that are WR1s. Like TY, did you know Tyreek Hill was a 5th rounder. He was predicted to go undrafted... Last year was one of the better years for rookie production based on NFL.com's ratings, but half or more of the guys rated above 6.0 failed to attain 500 or more yards.   Did you know that Parris Cambell was tied for 2nd in last years grading (graded out at a 6.7), only behind AJ Brown? So if you're looking for a highly graded guy that has the ability to take over WR1, he has all the measurables and grading. I doubt the FO is giving up on his potential due to a bunch of unrelated (and some freak) injuries.    On that note, and assuming they aren't giving up on PC, CB and FR were both on record saying last year that they were starting him inside but had plans to gradually work him outside. That likely means Z (as he's not an X type WR), and probably means they viewed him as the eventual successor to TY. IMO, their intention might be to end up with PC at Z, and move TY in to slot to extend his career as he slows a bit. Then you also have Fountain that likely ends up in the Z/slot space (he might be able to handle speed/little X (but would not be a primary X IMO)   If the above is the case, that might signal that their biggest need is at traditional X, and if that's the case, there will be plenty 6.0+ to chose from in the middle rounds (Xs normally stay on the board longer). Check out the list of Xs and "guys that could project at any position" in the below thread. And even then, if they re-sign Funch (which they said they wanted to), that need might not be huge.    
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