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Old 02-14-2016, 10:44 AM
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As I am reviewing tape, mocking, comparing Combine measurables the list will get tweaked. I may warm up to the idea of adding players to the list or removing if I don't like the perceived value. Currently I am considering Darron Lee and Jaylon Smith. Yet, not sure I want to draft an ILB to replace Cushing with a 1st round pick. Now, if one of them runs a 4.47 and Benches 30 times, I might change my mind. I am all over the place on Dak Prescott. I wouldn't be opposed to taking him at #22, but if I'm the only one who feels like that and I could get him in the 3rd round after selecting the best TE and RB to go with him, that would be foolish. So, I need to establish his value. I also need to determine if Lynch or Cook would be an upgrade over Savage next season.
When I looked at your list I was surprised you had Dak at 26. IMO the QB positions is so important, and we need a solid guy at that position. So if you think Dak is the guy, you have to rate him above some of the other positions/players you have ranked above him.

And as you state, if you (or the Texans) are the only team ranking him that high, who are you missing out on?

I am torn also. One thing I do know right now, I am not on the Hackenberg in the 2nd round bandwagon. If he falls far enough maybe, but the young man has showed very little the last two years. And I am tired of seeing mocks with him in the 2nd and Ezekiel Elliott in the 1st.

I notice you don't have Ezekiel Elliott on your list, what are your misgivings with him?
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Old 02-14-2016, 01:31 PM
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I'm probably going to rank Dak Prescott high enough to select in the 2nd round. The problem is that I really want to take Kenneth Dixon too. I'm not sure that I can have both. I don't like the idea of drafting a RB in the 1st round unless his name is Adrian Peterson. I got burned on Melvin Gordon last year. The only reason I'm willing to spend a 2nd round pick on Dixon is because he has the size and speed to be an every-down back and he can catch passes out of the backfield. If I don't get him, I'll need to draft 2 RBs to replace Arian Foster. Maybe Aaron Green and Jonathan Williams. I don't have Elliott or Henry on my list because I feel like they are overweight and overvalued. Coming from those offenses behind those Offensive Lines, they had huge holes to run through. Hard to scout the vision and shiftiness of a RB who has 4 yards before a defender is close to tackle him.

I say this every year it seems, but if I could trade down and pick up another 3rd and 4th round pick I would be very happy.
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Old 02-14-2016, 01:39 PM
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I'm probably going to rank Dak Prescott high enough to select in the 2nd round. The problem is that I really want to take Kenneth Dixon too. I'm not sure that I can have both. I don't like the idea of drafting a RB in the 1st round unless his name is Adrian Peterson. I got burned on Melvin Gordon last year. The only reason I'm willing to spend a 2nd round pick on Dixon is because he has the size and speed to be an every-down back and he can catch passes out of the backfield. If I don't get him, I'll need to draft 2 RBs to replace Arian Foster. Maybe Aaron Green and Jonathan Williams. I don't have Elliott or Henry on my list because I feel like they are overweight and overvalued. Coming from those offenses behind those Offensive Lines, they had huge holes to run through. Hard to scout the vision and shiftiness of a RB who has 4 yards before a defender is close to tackle him.

I say this every year it seems, but if I could trade down and pick up another 3rd and 4th round pick I would be very happy.
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Old 02-14-2016, 02:54 PM
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I'm probably going to rank Dak Prescott high enough to select in the 2nd round. The problem is that I really want to take Kenneth Dixon too. I'm not sure that I can have both.
I agree with trying to get both these guys.

My problem is in knowing this is a deep defensive draft and we are needing to go offense. The deepest are is DL especially 1st round DL.

There are NT and DE types that would help the defense out.
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Old 02-14-2016, 04:52 PM
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I agree with trying to get both these guys.

My problem is in knowing this is a deep defensive draft and we are needing to go offense. The deepest are is DL especially 1st round DL.

There are NT and DE types that would help the defense out.
I agree that there will be plenty of DL drafted the first 2 days. My favorite value pick to replace Jared Crick is Matt Ioannidis from Temple. The NT Jarran Reed is going to be special as will Deforest Buckner, but I don't think they last to #22. Butler is probably the 2nd round pick I pass on for a QB or RB. Maybe I look at Javon Hargrave, but most likely fit/value pick is D.J. Reader to take over for Wilfork.

The other thought I have is forgetting about my pipe dream of an "athletic QB" and wait for Kevin Hogan who would be a great fit for this system and they could potentially get him with a 4th or even 5th round pick.
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Old 02-14-2016, 08:56 PM
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Rank Pos Name School Height Weight
1 QB Jared Goff California 6'4" 210
2 WR Laquon Treadwell Ole Miss 6'2" 210
3 DE DeForest Buckner Oregon 6'7" 290
4 QB Carson Wentz N.Dakota St 6'5" 233
5 NT Jarran Reed Alabama 6'3" 313
6 TE Hunter Henry Arkansas 6'5" 253
7 WR Michael Thomas Ohio St 6'3" 210
8 OT Jack Conklin Mighigan St 6'6" 318
9 OT Taylor Decker Ohio St 6'7" 315
10 QB Dak Prescott Miss State 6'2" 230
11 OT Shon Coleman Auburn 6'6" 313
12 OT Jason Spriggs Indiana 6'6" 305
13 ILB Darron Lee Ohio St 6'1" 235
14 ILB Jaylon Smith Notre Dame 6'3" 240
15 WR Josh Doctson TCU 6'2" 195
16 WR Tyler Boyd Pittsburgh 6'2" 200
17 RB Kenneth Dixon La Tech 5'10" 215
18 RB Devontae Booker Utah 5'11" 212
19 NT Vernon Butler La Tech 6'4" 325
20 RB Jordan Howard Indiana 6'1" 225
21 NT Austin Johnson Penn St 6'3" 325
22 FS Darian Thompson Boise St 6'2" 215
23 SS Miles Killebrew S. Utah 6'2" 223
24 SS Jeremy Cash Duke 6'1" 208
25 TE Austin Hooper Stanford 6'3" 248
26 RB Alex Collins Arkansas 5'11" 218
27 OG Joshua Garnett Stanford 6'5" 317
28 WR Braxton Miller Ohio St 6'1" 215
29 OLB Kyler Fackrell Utah St 6'5" 244
30 ILB Kentrell Brothers Missouri 6'1" 249
31 WR Sterling Shepard Oklahoma 5'10" 193
32 OG Cody Whitehair Kansas St 6'4" 309
33 SS Jayron Kearse Clemson 6'4" 220
34 TE Nick Vannett Ohio St 6'6" 256
35 DE Matt Ioannidis Temple 6'4" 303
36 NT Javon Hargrave S.Carolina St. 6'1" 315
37 OT John Theus Georgia 6'6" 305
38 CB Maurice Canady Virginia 6'1" 191
39 OG Christian Westerman Az St 6'3" 302
40 CB Cyrus Jones Alabama 5'10" 196
41 OT Kyle Murphy Stanford 6'7" 302
42 RB Kenyan Drake Alabama 6'0" 210
43 RB Jonathan Williams Arkansas 5'11" 223
44 DE Shawn Oakman Baylor 6'8" 276
45 WR Paul McRoberts SE Misouri St 6'2" 202
46 WR Aaron Burbridge Michigan St 6'1" 208
47 TE Jerell Adams S. Carolina 6'5" 244
48 TE Bryce Williams East Carolina 6'6" 260
49 QB Jacoby Brissett NC State 6'4" 236
50 RB Aaron Green TCU 5'11" 205
51 QB Kevin Hogan Stanford 6'3" 217
52 DE Jihad Ward Illinois 6'5" 296
53 CB Harlan Miller SE Louisiana St 6'0" 182
54 ILB Blake Martinez Stanford 6'2" 245
55 OLB James Crowser S. Utah 6'3" 258
56 NT D.J. Reader Clemson 6'3" 340
57 OT Cole Turner Harvard 6'5" 305
58 RB C.J. Prosise Notre Dame 6'1" 220
59 WR Malcolm Mitchell Georgia 5'11" 194
60 OLB Aziz Shittu Stanford 6'3" 279
61 SS Kevin Byard MidTenn St 5'11" 216
62 OLB Victor Ochi Stony Brook 6'1" 244
63 S Sean Davis Maryland 6'1" 201
64 TE Henry Krieger Coble Iowa 6'3" 248
65 RB Keenan Reynolds USNA 5'11" 195
66 QB Vernon Adams Jr. Oregon 5'11" 205
67 OG Joe Dahl Wash St 6'4" 299
68 SS Michael Caputo Wisconsin 6'0" 206
69 S Jamal Golden Ga Tech 5'11" 193
70 WR Jay Lee Baylor 6'2" 214
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Old 02-17-2016, 09:59 PM
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Note to self - move up Aaron Burbridge up my board
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Old 02-20-2016, 03:36 PM
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1 QB Jared Goff California 6'4" 210
2 WR Laquon Treadwell Ole Miss 6'2" 210
3 DE DeForest Buckner Oregon 6'7" 290
4 QB Carson Wentz N.Dakota St 6'5" 233
5 NT Jarran Reed Alabama 6'3" 313
6 TE Hunter Henry Arkansas 6'5" 253
7 QB Paxton Lynch Memphis 6'6" 230
8 OT Taylor Decker Ohio St 6'7" 315
9 WR Michael Thomas Ohio St 6'3" 210
10 ILB Darron Lee Ohio St 6'1" 235
11 ILB Jaylon Smith Notre Dame 6'3" 240
12 QB Dak Prescott Miss State 6'2" 230
13 WR Josh Doctson TCU 6'2" 195
14 OT Shon Coleman Auburn 6'6" 313
15 OT Jack Conklin Mighigan St 6'6" 318
16 WR Tyler Boyd Pittsburgh 6'2" 200
17 OT Jason Spriggs Indiana 6'6" 305
18 NT Vernon Butler La Tech 6'4" 325
19 RB Kenneth Dixon La Tech 5'10" 215
20 RB Devontae Booker Utah 5'11" 212
21 RB Alex Collins Arkansas 5'11" 218
22 NT Austin Johnson Penn St 6'3" 325
23 FS Darian Thompson Boise St 6'2" 215
24 SS Miles Killebrew S. Utah 6'2" 223
25 RB Jordan Howard Indiana 6'1" 225
26 SS Jayron Kearse Clemson 6'4" 220
27 OG Joshua Garnett Stanford 6'5" 317
28 WR Braxton Miller Ohio St 6'1" 215
29 WR Aaron Burbridge Michigan St 6'1" 208
30 WR Pharoh Cooper South Carolina 5'11" 208
31 OG Cody Whitehair Kansas St 6'4" 309
32 OLB Kyler Fackrell Utah St 6'5" 244
33 OG Christian Westerman Az St 6'3" 302
34 CB Maurice Canady Virginia 6'1" 191
35 SS Jeremy Cash Duke 6'1" 208
36 TE Nick Vannett Ohio St 6'6" 256
37 TE Austin Hooper Stanford 6'3" 248
38 WR Sterling Shepard Oklahoma 5'10" 193
39 DE Matt Ioannidis Temple 6'4" 303
40 NT Javon Hargrave S.Carolina St. 6'1" 315
41 CB Cyrus Jones Alabama 5'10" 196
42 OT Kyle Murphy Stanford 6'7" 302
43 OT John Theus Georgia 6'6" 305
44 RB Kenyan Drake Alabama 6'0" 210
45 TE Jerell Adams S. Carolina 6'5" 244
46 QB Kevin Hogan Stanford 6'3" 217
47 WR Paul McRoberts SE Misouri St 6'2" 202
48 TE Tyler Higbee Western Ky 6'5" 233
49 TE Bryce Williams East Carolina 6'6" 260
50 QB Jacoby Brissett NC State 6'4" 236
51 CB Harlan Miller SE Louisiana St 6'0" 182
52 NT D.J. Reader Clemson 6'3" 340
53 RB Jonathan Williams Arkansas 5'11" 223
54 RB Aaron Green TCU 5'11" 205
55 DE Jihad Ward Illinois 6'5" 296
56 ILB Blake Martinez Stanford 6'2" 245
57 ILB Kentrell Brothers Missouri 6'1" 249
58 OLB James Crowser S. Utah 6'3" 258
59 OT Cole Turner Harvard 6'5" 305
60 OT Joe Haeg North Dakota St 6'6" 307
61 RB C.J. Prosise Notre Dame 6'1" 220
62 WR Malcolm Mitchell Georgia 5'11" 194
63 OLB Aziz Shittu Stanford 6'3" 279
64 SS Kevin Byard MidTenn St 5'11" 216
65 OLB Victor Ochi Stony Brook 6'1" 244
66 S Sean Davis Maryland 6'1" 201
67 TE Henry Krieger Coble Iowa 6'3" 248
68 RB Keenan Reynolds USNA 5'11" 195
69 QB Vernon Adams Jr. Oregon 5'11" 205
70 OG Joe Dahl Wash St 6'4" 299
71 SS Michael Caputo Wisconsin 6'0" 206
72 S Jamal Golden Ga Tech 5'11" 193
73 WR Jay Lee Baylor 6'2" 214
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Old 02-20-2016, 09:31 PM
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I may have found a Sleeper OG. Ted Karras of Illinois. Not sure if he will be at the Combine, but I need to do a little more analysis on him.
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Old 02-20-2016, 10:49 PM
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I may have found a Sleeper OG. Ted Karras of Illinois. Not sure if he will be at the Combine, but I need to do a little more analysis on him.
His great uncle should be in the HOF, the late Alex Karris.

He is graded by NFL.com with a score of 5.1. Which places him right at the 30th best OL guy in the draft. Which has him in the mid to late part of the draft.
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Old 02-21-2016, 01:56 PM
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Going to have to add ILB Nick Vigil to my draft board. Just. Took him with my last pick in a mock draft.
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Old 02-26-2016, 04:50 PM
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1 QB Jared Goff California 6'4" 210
2 QB Carson Wentz N.Dakota St 6'5" 233
3 WR Laquon Treadwell Ole Miss 6'2" 210
4 DE DeForest Buckner Oregon 6'7" 290
5 NT Jarran Reed Alabama 6'3" 313
6 OT Jack Conklin Mighigan St 6'5 3/4" 308
7 QB Dak Prescott Miss State 6'2" 230
8 QB Paxton Lynch Memphis 6'6" 230
9 RB Derrick Henry Alabama 6' 2 5/8" 247
10 LBI Darron Lee Ohio St 6'1" 235
11 RB Ezekial Elliot Ohio St 5' 11 3/4" 225
12 TE Hunter Henry Arkansas 6'5" 253
13 OT Jason Spriggs Indiana 6' 5 5/8" 301
14 OT Taylor Decker Ohio St 6'7" 310
15 WR Michael Thomas Ohio St 6'3" 210
16 OT Shon Coleman Auburn 6'6" 313
17 WR Josh Doctson TCU 6'2" 195
18 LBI Jaylon Smith Notre Dame 6'3" 240
19 OC Ryan Kelly Alabama 6'4" 311
20 NT Vernon Butler La Tech 6'4" 325
21 WR Tyler Boyd Pittsburgh 6'2" 200
22 FS Darian Thompson Boise St 6'2" 215
23 NT Austin Johnson Penn St 6'3" 325
24 RB C.J. Prosise Notre Dame 6' 0 1/2" 220
25 SS Miles Killebrew S. Utah 6'2" 223
26 SS Jayron Kearse Clemson 6'4" 220
27 RB Kenneth Dixon La Tech 5' 10 1/8" 215
28 RB Jordan Howard Indiana 6'1" 225
29 RB Alex Collins Arkansas 5'10" 217
30 RB Devontae Booker Utah 5'11" 212
31 DE Chris Jones Miss State 6'5" 308
32 OC Christian Westerman Az St 6' 3 1/8" 298
33 OG Joshua Garnett Stanford 6' 4 3/8" 312
34 OC Nick Martin Notre Dame 6' 4 1/8" 299
35 OC Cody Whitehair Kansas St 6'4" 309
36 TE Nick Vannett Ohio St 6'6" 256
37 TE Austin Hooper Stanford 6'3" 248
38 DE Matt Ioannidis Temple 6'4" 303
39 NT Javon Hargrave S.Carolina St. 6'1" 315
40 WR Pharoh Cooper South Carolina 5'11" 208
41 CB Maurice Canady Virginia 6'1" 191
42 LBO James Crowser S. Utah 6'3" 258
43 LBO Kamalei Correa Boise St 6'3" 245
44 WR Braxton Miller Ohio St 6'1" 215
45 SS Jeremy Cash Duke 6'1" 208
46 WR Sterling Shepard Oklahoma 5'10" 193
47 LBO Kyler Fackrell Utah St 6'5" 244
48 NT Maliek Collins Nebraska 6'2" 300
49 OT Kyle Murphy Stanford 6'7" 302
50 CB Cyrus Jones Alabama 5'10" 196
51 RB Kenyan Drake Alabama 6' 0 5/8" 210
52 TE Tyler Higbee Western Ky 6'5" 233
53 RB Daniel Lasco California 6' 0 1/4" 209
54 TE Jerell Adams S. Carolina 6'5" 244
55 WR Aaron Burbridge Michigan St 6'1" 208
56 CB Harlan Miller SE Louisiana St 6'0" 182
57 NT D.J. Reader Clemson 6'3" 340
58 OG Willie Beavers W Michigan 6'4 5/8" 321
59 OG Joe Dahl Wash St 6 '4 1/4" 304
60 OG Graham Glasgow Michigan 6'6" 307
61 OG Parker Ehinger Cincinatti 6'6" 310
62 OG Joe Thuney NC State 6' 4 5/8" 304
63 OG Fahn Cooper Mississippi 6'4" 303
64 OG Connor McGovern Missouri 6' 4 1/4" 306
65 LBI Blake Martinez Stanford 6'2" 245
66 QB Kevin Hogan Stanford 6'3" 217
67 RB Tre Madden USC 6'0" 225
68 RB Jonathan Williams Arkansas 5'11" 223
69 DE Jihad Ward Illinois 6'5" 296
70 RB Aaron Green TCU 5'11" 205
71 TE Bryce Williams East Carolina 6'6" 260
72 QB Jacoby Brissett NC State 6'4" 236
73 LBO Victor Ochi Stony Brook 6'1" 244
74 OT Joe Haeg North Dakota St 6'6" 304
75 TE Henry Krieger Coble Iowa 6'3" 248
76 LBI Kentrell Brothers Missouri 6'1" 249
77 LBI Nick Vigil Utah St 6'2" 230
78 WR Paul McRoberts SE Misouri St 6'2" 202
79 WR Malcolm Mitchell Georgia 5'11" 194
80 LBO Aziz Shittu Stanford 6'3" 279
81 SS Kevin Byard MidTenn St 5'11" 216
82 S Sean Davis Maryland 6'1" 201
83 TE David Morgan UTSA 6'4" 262
84 OT John Theus Georgia 6' 6 1/2" 313
85 OT Cole Turner Harvard 6' 5 1/4" 306
86 RB Keenan Reynolds USNA 5'11" 195
87 QB Vernon Adams Jr. Oregon 5'11" 205
88 OG Ted Karras Illinois 6'4" 308
89 SS Michael Caputo Wisconsin 6'0" 206
90 WR Jay Lee Baylor 6'2" 214
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Old 02-26-2016, 04:57 PM
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Major changes at the top of this. Kinda shocked at a few of them.
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The board is fluid. As I am watching the Combine, I was impressed with the RBs...Henry, Elliott, Prosise, Lasco. The OL Conklin, Spriggs, Kelly, Westerman, Dahl, and McGovern gave me hope. I was disappointed by Dixon (wish he was faster) and Booker (wish he would have been able to run) and Decker (looked stiff). I have decided to be all in with Dak Prescott and have Lynch as my fall back guy. The board will change again the next few days once I can analyze all the data. Then even more as I continue to mock and see what I can expect on draft day.
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I have decided to be all in with Dak Prescott and have Lynch as my fall back guy.
That is one of the changes that jumped at me. I want to see the guys throw.

Also Elliot was faster than i was expecting, but his pass catching skills sucked. He is not going to be a Foster clone, but he can block and run with the best of them.

Dixon's time was respectable and faster than Arian Fosters forty (4.68) in his combine. And his hands are natural, he looked very fluid with the ball in the air. Now Dixon did look stiff in the hips.

Also I was impressed by Henry, he was not fighting the ball like Elliot in the pass catching drills. For a huge man, he looked very good.
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My hope is that we trade down and pick Prescott in the 1st round.

Henry was explosive for his size. Elliott not being a very good receiver concerns me. Dixon was good but less than I expected. Prosise reminds me of David Johnson.

If we trade down and gain additional picks, I would love to get Westerman and plug him in at OC and maybe Joe Dahl to play RG if we don't sign our FAs.
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My hope is that we trade down and pick Prescott in the 1st round.

Henry was explosive for his size. Elliott not being a very good receiver concerns me. Dixon was good but less than I expected. Prosise reminds me of David Johnson.

If we trade down and gain additional picks, I would love to get Westerman and plug him in at OC and maybe Joe Dahl to play RG if we don't sign our FAs.
And in most of my mocks, i am jumping all over the trade down idea. Unless you are sold on one of the guys at 22, trade down and grab picks. There are a few 4-3 DE/3-4 OLB that we have no business taking that might be garnering some trade interest.
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And in most of my mocks, i am jumping all over the trade down idea. Unless you are sold on one of the guys at 22, trade down and grab picks. There are a few 4-3 DE/3-4 OLB that we have no business taking that might be garnering some trade interest.
I'm thinking that a team might be willing to trade for Lawson or Calhoun....perhaps a RB or OT too.
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I'm thinking that a team might be willing to trade for Lawson or Calhoun....perhaps a RB or OT too.
A case could be made that we need an OT and/or RB, not as much as we need more picks in the first 4 rounds, preferably in the top 3 rounds.

And now that they are talking about keeping Foster.
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A case could be made that we need an OT and/or RB, not as much as we need more picks in the first 4 rounds, preferably in the top 3 rounds.

And now that they are talking about keeping Foster.
I agree that we need a RB and OT. But if we could pick up extra picks by trading down, those picks could potentially be parlayed into Kenneth Dixon and Kyle Murphy and I would still be able to select Dak Prescott. If I am getting my guy to develop, I want the luxury of surrounding him with support instead of forfeiting picks to trade up for a Paxton Lynch. I considered what the Redskins gave up for RGIII.

We won't cut Foster because of his salary...we will cut him because of his inability to stay healthy. It's not a lie by Rick Smith, it's semantics. The GM wants to have a"poker face" considering the owner has told the world that we are getting a QB.
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