I don’t think it’s about living too much in the past or being too much in the moment....I think there’s just a lack of vision for the future. Fulghams is clearly beginning to shine....Evans has been bright in the past, no doubt. And I believe he can still be absolutely solid....but to say you’re not concerned with Evans value and production dimming would be negligent. It’s funny how many people are quick to point out how DJax and Alshon would impact Fulghams future....but then when the Bucs add Gronk and AB nobody raises an eyebrow. I get what people are saying “Hold onto Evans until you can get more”...but if you specifically wanted Fulgham, waiting might be costly. I just don’t see too much more that could be added to this deal. Maybe another pick?mild wrote: ↑Wed Oct 28, 2020 6:05 pmI'm with you. These Fulgham truthers are frickin nuts, and that Evans deal is god-awful.
Sure, let's sell a 6x Pro Bowler with 6x 1000 yard seasons who is clearly playing hurt for a 6th round WR whose already been cut by two teams - and is only popping because everyone else on his team is dead or injured. What's that, he's already 25 and had done nothing in his career prior to this point? Oh man, EVEN BETTER... where do I sign up...
This is dynasty... Chess, not Checkers... no doubt I'll be told to stop living in the past... I say stop being a prisoner of the moment.
SIDEBAR | Its also interesting to hear people on the OTHER SIDE of the 2nd round pick in this discussion. Now all of a sudden that pick isn’t so great
Bottom Line | Oh how easy we forget that once upon a time in 2010 Antonio Brown was a 6th rounder who in his first season sat behind the likes of Mike Wallace, Hines Ward, Emmanuel Sanders, and Antwaan Randle El and started 0 games. In fact, it wasn’t until 2013 that AB really began to shine as a bonafide stud. This nonsense about Fulgham being a 6th rounder, being cut, and having not produced until midway through his 2nd season on a 3rd team doesn’t warrant the amount of doubt being cast on him right now considering the situation and the unprecedented level of production that has come from the change in scenery. You gotta have vision 🤩
Just my 2 cents.