Namath should not have gotten in. So you think messing up is OK because they did it before.
Flacco has 1 SB win and SB MVP. If he wins another, you put Flacco in? I wouldn't. Flacco has very similar season numbers. Closer than Eli is to Big Bens.
They showed the venue during the AFC Championship game, it's going to be outside with the main stage in the middle of the pool (I forget which hotel). They said the draft picks will be taken to the stage by boat (and no, I'm not kidding).
I also don't think this team is that far off for all the reasons you mentioned. That's why I keep coming back to the idea of acquiring Carr or maybe a potential FA QB. We all like the potential of the young QBs in the draft but to secure one might cost a lot in draft capital. Something we know Ballard likes. Moving up could possibly set us back quite a few years. Who knows. I wonder if Ballard thinks we are close as well. If he does might he more inclined to go the trade route for Carr or Dalton or even the FA route for maybe a guy like Bridgewater as an example. Keep the majority of the picks and get your veteran QB and get after some holes in FA. Ballard loves those picks. Oh the choices that need to be made.
I would say 3T and T are very high priorities where we draft
And if one of the top QBs slide a bit we may go after them as an option
at this point kinlaw seems like a safe pick that can uptick the defense
I wouldn’t touch a true 1 tech in round one or two