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I think they gave up too much to move up. They may wish that they have that pick next year.
As of right now, I agree with you alan. If Hunter ends up being a big time player, then I don't mind it at all. Here's my take on it. If they stay at pick #40........perhaps Hunter falls to them. If not then you likely have a shot at several great CB's or DE's. There are several projected 3rd rd WR's that look like good prospects.
I don't think it affects this yr's draft though.......and if Hunter pans out we won't miss next yr's 3rd.
Don't like it. Wide receiver is not at the top of my priority list.
The Lions coveted hunter to take doubles off of megatron,i guess that is why we had to get in front of them.This pick is insurance of a speed wr on the outside and an answer if britt gets in trouble or hurt.In a make or break year,we have to have backups at critical positions because BUD will not be in the mood to hear excuses after he spent all that money in free agency.It also makes the future bright if Jake and the young wr's get some chemistry
I like the pick, but i'm afraid they gave up too much to get him.
If Hunter even proves to be a 2nd or 3rd WR throughout his career at Tennessee it will be worth the trade. Of course he has potential to be much more than this.
I'm ok with it. Me personally, I would've taken Tank Carradine (who went at #40 anyway) and then came back in the 3rd and taken Allen (who is currently falling) or Swope.
Don't like it. At 40 I woulda been ok with it. I woulda rather had D the rest of the draft after warmack tbh.
Carradine's injury wouldn't allow him to play effectively until second half of the year
This post was edited by TerryMc13 12 months ago
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