I didnt read all 4 pages, maybe this has been discussed in here...but i have a tough time understanding this thought process. I've heard similar talk in chats and just dont get it. The only take away i have from this thought is...you dont think Philly is a good landing spot? Or you do but dont like the player?knotts4372 wrote: ↑Thu May 30, 2019 9:36 pmi really like sanders before the draft when he was a late 1st rd projected value, but now im likely staying away. still like the player but not willing to take him top 5 where he seems to be going now. ppl never learn their lesson. just overdraft a guy fully on perceived landing spot
You/we had him top 12 or so predraft and things appear to have went well for him in the draft...why would we not move him up? Some guys fall and some move up, its the nature of our game after the nfl draft.
Maybe its just me, but jacobs jumped a handful of spots. No way i had him 1.1. Hard to imagine qb or te being considered as a top 5 option for most owners even though i think hock and kyler are not likely to bust. Guys like butler and harmon dropped significantly in terms of our draft capital we need to spend to land them. Same for any other rb outside of jacobs and monty. I dont have a problem if you like 3 wrs or more ahead of him...im just not sure how you can look at everything we have today and not put sanders in the top 6 or 7 at minimum.