I can't get past the argument that they won't spend that much money on the offensive line with contracts for Kelly, Nelson and Smith either signed or on the way. I think they have to go with a rookie at tackle.
which I disagree with.
I’m not misunderstanding, I’m disagreeing. I don’t think Bobby will “more than likely be a pretty darn good player.” I think he has the potential to be. He still has a ton to show me, so I disagree. And to wrap this up, I certainly disagreed with you saying you thought he could get close to Leonard’s ability, which after 3 seasons is Hall of Fame level play. Bobby isn’t that good man. He’s just not. He’s not even close to Leonard. He has a lot of work to do just to be a permanent fixture on this defense, IMO.
There were 7 WRs drafted above DK in the 2019 draft -- the only 2 who have made a probowl are Mecole Hardman and AJ Brown.
My guess is most teams had a red flag on DK due to his neck injury.
Parris' main concern was that he was in an offense at OSU which never really saw him have to run honed routes. IIRC, Reich said he saw at the combine that he was certainly able to run better routes than the way OSU used him.
It's also crazy as @Colt Overseas pointed out, Campbell's injuries in the NFL have all be sort of freak injuries to different areas of his body. It's not like we drafted him with a major injury issue to any specific part of his body, or that after he got an NFL injury that those injuries persist -- he's had some weird freak accidents (e.g., his hand injury).
Hopefully he comes back healthy and stays that way. He seems like a great young man and a hard worker. I hope it'll work out with him. While we haven't seen much of him, the few flashes he has shown he proves he is very dynamic and explosive and can be a playmaker in this league. Just a series of bad luck, IMO. Hopefully the 3rd time (season) is a charm and he gets over the hump this coming year.