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Friday, April 29, 2016

NFL Draft 2016

The Vikings select Laquon Treadwell, WR:
COMPARES TO: Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys - Treadwell shows a Bryant-like skillset with his size and athleticism combination to be a mismatch against cornerbacks on the outside.

IN OUR VIEW: Treadwell has exceptional ballskills and catching radius with strong hands to pluck away from his body or scoop off his shoelaces - if the throw is anywhere within a few feet of his body, he'll attack it. He isn't a sudden athlete, but plays with athletic twitch and power to be a threat after the catch.

Immediately, Treadwell should fit in as a possession type of receiver alongside Stefon Diggs. With improved route-running, though, Treadwell could turn into a downfield threat, even without top-notch speed.

With Teddy Bridgewater, the Vikings offense isn't built around the deep ball. Treadwell should be effective in the middle of the field and, perhaps most importantly, in the red zone.
The analysts seem to like the pick, anyhow. We do need another possession receiver; burners are wasted given the limitations of Bridgewater's arm. I'm a little suprised at Goff going number one, but if you have the chance to take a top QB prospect, you simply have to do so in today's league.

And word of warning, if you feel the need to comment about how you don't like/approve of NFL football on an NFL post, I will spam the comment. I'm done tolerating off-topic narcissists who apparently believe anyone cares about their opinion.

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Blogger Thomas Davidsmeier April 29, 2016 8:44 AM  

At least your team didn't move up a couple of spots to select someone to rush the passer who only had 4.5 sacks last year and compared to other NFL types looks like a scarecrow.

Oh well, it isn't like I really follow DAHHHHH BEARSSSS that close anymore. I don't even watch the games since I don't have TV. It's fun to follow along in the news though.

Blogger James Dixon April 29, 2016 8:51 AM  

Sounds like a reasonable pick, given their position in the draft. It looks like Ohio State absolutely dominated the first round. I'm surprised Karl Joseph went as high as he did. Most people were projecting him as a late 1st or early second rounder.

Blogger Josh April 29, 2016 8:55 AM  

Stupid Titans trade up to get another lineman from a Michigan school. Because of the stupid gas mask bong video.

Blogger Al From Bay Shore April 29, 2016 8:55 AM  

Go Ole Miss! I'll be counting the number of SEC guys chosen in the first couple of rounds!

Anonymous Goodnight April 29, 2016 8:59 AM  

So the Cowboys have their worst season in decades because of QB weakness. Their starting QB is getting old and has recurring problems staying healthy. And they pick a running back? Hmmm.

Blogger Peter April 29, 2016 9:01 AM  

I'm not a football fan, but the name 'Treadwell' is not exactly unknown. One hopes that this Treadwell will be more . . . cautious . . . than his namesake of Alaskan notoriety. (Do a search on 'Timothy Treadwell' for more information.)

Anonymous CS April 29, 2016 9:08 AM  

Stupid Titans trade up to get another lineman from a Michigan school. Because of the stupid gas mask bong video.

I agree it was stupid to let that dude go, but Conklin is going to be very good, I believe. I wish my Lions had been able to get him.

Anonymous Kell April 29, 2016 9:08 AM  

@5
Yeah, Romo had some injury problems last year and the 'boys didn't have a solid backup. Romo took the pounding he did partly because the Cowboys running committee couldn't get the job done. Getting a dynamic RB might help take the pressure off. It worked 2 years ago...mostly.

Of course, if it doesn't work I'm fine with that. I still haven't forgiven the Cowboys for Super Bowl XXVII & XXVIII.

Blogger KK April 29, 2016 9:12 AM  

Josh - it reminded me of the time we took Dyson over Moss under similar circumstances. But when you see the Dolphins' logo with the gas mask and bong, I guess there are other considerations that enter into their decisions.

Blogger YIH April 29, 2016 9:15 AM  

Goodnight:
I'm guessing the Cowboys will try a reclamation project at QB. Maybe RGIII, maybe Kapernick, maybe even Manziel - though that's getting more and more doubtful, starting to look like another highly touted washout.
The Titans need, well, other than QB, what don't they need? Keeping that QB alive was obviously the first need.
It's possible the Broncos got the QB they wanted/needed. After losing Osweiler.
The Rams-Titans trade was a no-brainer, the Rams wanted a blue-chip QB and the Titans... Just needed all those picks. A bit surprised of all the trade action, didn't think the Eagles were quite that desperate, or that the Browns weren't looking for a QB right away.

Anonymous Wolf April 29, 2016 9:24 AM  

Vikings are lucky to get Treadwell. He was the top-rated wide receiver according to almost everyone. A top 15 talent who the Vikings got at pick 23. I suppose the reason he dropped a bit is because of his 40 yard dash time, (4.6-ish)which is a little slow by wide receiver standards. But he's big and strong and catches everything.

Blogger Ceasar April 29, 2016 9:25 AM  

I thought Treadwell was a great pick for Minnesota. Surprised that he did not go earlier. I think he is the most NFL ready/impacting WR in the draft with his size and physical nature. Coleman and Fuller both have good speed but this is the NFL, everyone is fast.

Blogger Josh April 29, 2016 9:25 AM  

My main problem with the titans pick is trading up to get a guy that would probably have been available at 15.

Blogger Lazarus April 29, 2016 9:33 AM  

He has a nice smile and smells good.

Blogger Salt April 29, 2016 9:41 AM  

This should go over well.

"Two words that sum up the 2016 NFL draft: bong hit"

Blogger seeingsights April 29, 2016 9:50 AM  

I am not big on wide receivers drafted in the first round. Some analyze football in a statistical way (like saber metrics is for baseball) and they argue that drafting wide receivers on first round is not worth it. The Lions did that a few years ago and went nowhere. The Bears did that last year and had a losing season. Green Bay and New England get their receivers in other ways and they are superior teams. Receivers are dime a dozen

Anonymous VFM #6306 April 29, 2016 9:55 AM  

A) Titans should have taken Laramie anyhow. That guy is the most special player of the draft. Randy Moss of the o-line in every way. Gas mask pot for the win.

B) Treadwell is an outstanding pick, better than the analysts are saying. He can possess AND burn in YAC.

C) Bears are still retarded.

D) QB picks are cornered picks this year. The teams that traded down this year were smart, although I think the Eagles got the better QB. Wentz will not shrink. Not sure about Goff.

Also, the Titans picked not-Wentz. That is usually an endorsement.

Anonymous Cash April 29, 2016 9:58 AM  

See you later Old Miss.

My Colts fell into an awkward spot but if Kelly can be the answer at center than the pick is well worth it. I am hoping that we still have a shot a Noah Spence in the 2nd.

Anonymous Cash April 29, 2016 10:00 AM  

No Treadwell is not a great pick. He is a number two receiver at best.

Anonymous VFM #6306 April 29, 2016 10:06 AM  

The WR is a dime a dozen...AFTER the one or two freaks are gone. Now, the WR freak is deceptive: sometimes the 2nd best long term WR is taken in the 4th round, and often the 1st WR pick is not one of the two freaks - he looks good on film and on paper but is missing something subtle.

Treadwell may be missing something subtle.

I don't think he is. He made some very smart Odell Beckham, Jr.-like things on the field...those unteachable things, like shifting his catch-hand mid-catch so the defender misjudges the ball by a fraction of an an inch and a fraction of a second. I think he moves the Vikes up a level.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan April 29, 2016 10:08 AM  

First round is the Land of Hype and Narrative. Thank god the Packers are consistent enough to not have to choose the darling as chosen by the Gimps of ESPN.

Blogger Nate April 29, 2016 10:39 AM  

Like Josh... i am no happy with trading up to sign what appears to me to be a mediocre OT. I went back and watched the MSU vs Bama game last night because i was the only MSU game I had... and well... it doesn't make you feel good to see your first round pick getting owned all night by guys who are all still on the board.

Blogger Nate April 29, 2016 10:40 AM  

"Thank god the Packers are consistent enough to not have to choose the darling as chosen by the Gimps of ESPN. "

it was a bizarre first round. I don't know if the draft gurus have ever been as out-of-touch with the actual player value as they were last night.

Anonymous Jay Will April 29, 2016 10:44 AM  

Enjoy all sport, NFL included. One thing you can always say about America is it knows how to put on a show, exemplified in its sport.

Anonymous Dr. Brooklyn April 29, 2016 10:50 AM  

I wasn't particularly surprised Goff went first, but that's more because it's what all the analysts were predicting would happen.

That said, it's rather frustrating that after signing a good CB in the offseason and retaining a very good CB (who, to be fair, is getting towards the older side), my Giants decided to pick a CB instead of say, a pass rusher or an OT or any of the actual holes in the lineup.

Blogger Cataline Sergius April 29, 2016 10:56 AM  

Past a certain point Draft Day is like watching a rerun of Mean Girls.

The bitchery of guys who rated a Five in their careers sneering and jeering about kids who are in the Nines and Tens just gets on my nerves.

Two guys who are nowhere near as big a gamble as the commentators are making out are Derrick Henry and Connor Cook.

Anonymous Jack Amok April 29, 2016 11:00 AM  

Trading up in this draft was probably a mistake. It usually is. Look at how much significantly better QBs struggle when they don't have talent around them. And this is a really deep draft. Oh well.

Treadwell is a good pick. It's always a crapshoot, but he could be a nice option. All around player, good blocker too.

But the best pick of all has to have been the Patriots pick. Loved that one. Also loved Goodell being booed every time he showed his mug.

Anonymous Jack Amok April 29, 2016 11:02 AM  

And Dallas picking a RB? He's good, but their defense is bad enough they'll have to abandon the run early too often to make great use of him.

Anonymous Smile Of The Shadow April 29, 2016 11:05 AM  

It feels like the Vikings don't know exactly where they're going ever since Favre retired and they had a upswing for a bit. I'm just happy my boy Goff was chosen #1 though :)

Blogger bob k. mando April 29, 2016 11:10 AM  

Chuck Tingle believes that any sport which nationally broadcasts video of hard men feeling up each other's asses proves that Love Is Real.

only Ted Cobbler would disapprove of such a thing. fight the Devilman hater and be a real buckaroo.

Blogger Cinco April 29, 2016 11:20 AM  

Happy that the Bears got Floyd. A solid pick and our defense needs a pass rush.

I don't understand the GM's focus on draft day. I would much rather trade my picks for a proven vet vs. the unknown with huge flop potential.

Who was that QB that went right behind Peyton? Ryan Leaf, and who is that you ask....

Anonymous Jimmy The Freak April 29, 2016 11:21 AM  

Watching the draft I was getting excited for the Steelers to pick William Jackson III, but the stupid Bengals had to pick him at 24. So the Steelers go with a reach with Burns at 25. Looks like a panic move to me.

OpenID b1bae96e-6447-11e3-b6bb-000f20980440 April 29, 2016 11:22 AM  

@28 There is still a lot of Defensive talent available to the Cowboys tonight. I don't know if Zeke is some Gurley/AP back which he needs to be to be drafted that high, but he is heads and tails above the rest of the RB class.

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Bears fan. A bit indifferent, not particularly happy that we used our good #106 to jump the Giants who were presumably going to take Floyd. Personally, I would have been content to stay at 11 and draft Hargreeves or Tunsil if Floyd was taken. I really liked Joseph, but not at 11, I am a bit surprised he went 14.

This draft developed unexpectedly. I guess Jack, Smith and Raglands medical problems helped to shake up the natural order of things. But a lot of D-line talent still on the board while DBs getting gobbled up. Either teams are really thirsty, or its just a supply and demand issue. With them figuring they will find a prospect in round 2.

And the Panthers, I don't understand. You have a beast of a DT, your O-line is suspect, and you just created a big hole in your secondary. So you draft a DT? If they have an off season strategy, I don't know what it is.

Will Best

Blogger Nate April 29, 2016 11:22 AM  

"And Dallas picking a RB? He's good, but their defense is bad enough they'll have to abandon the run early too often to make great use of him. "

terrible pick. no RB is worth a first round pick in 2016.

Blogger Achilles April 29, 2016 11:26 AM  

Yeah I don't see why the Bears had to trade up to get Floyd. I just hope he makes life hell for Aaron Rodgers. He won't but it is nice to dream. I was worried the Bears had gone full plaid and were trading up to get Cheech Tunsil who was tumbling down he draft board.

I think Minnesota is the only NFC North team that didn't draft a linesman. I'm not sure how vital a WR was plugging holes in their team. They're just going to feed Adrian Peterson the ball until he dies of old age.

Blogger Dave April 29, 2016 11:28 AM  

Talk is Cowboys would have taken Wentz at No. 4 if Eagles hadn't jumped ahead to No. 2. Both Goff and Wentz were late first round values but in todays NFL everybody gets hard for QBs.

Eagles head coach Doug Pederson is already drawing comparisons with Wentz and Favre. What a buckaroo.

Blogger Nate April 29, 2016 11:34 AM  

and how on earth did the Jets not draft Paxton Lynch? I mean I know they are the Jets... and therefore retarded... but how can you not know your team needs a QB?

Blogger Scott6584 April 29, 2016 11:39 AM  

I was hoping the Vikings would pick Doctson, but the Redskins jumped in ahead of the Vikings to get him. IMO, Doctson is the best receiver in this draft. But Treadwell should be a great addition to the Vikings, and he finally gives them a legitimate receiving threat - after the triple disappointments of Jennings, Patterson and Wallace.

I was a little surprised the Packers took Kenny Clark, but he is a very active Tackle. I was expecting them to pick Ragland so that they could move Matthews back outside. Also, the Bears made a brilliant move up ahead of the Giants to get Floyd. I had the Giants taking Floyd in my mock draft, and had an idea that the Bears would really like to have him.

And the Lions were wise to draft Tackle. Taylor allows them to move Reilly Reiff to right tackle, and ends up improving two positions at once. I was wondering if they would take Treadwell to make up for the loss of Megatron to retirement, but they are finally starting to understand the importance of protecting Matthew Stafford.

The NFC North should be interesting this coming year. Gotta wonder if Treadwell will help the Vikes overtake the Cheeseheads.

Blogger Dave April 29, 2016 11:41 AM  

Maybe Jets trade for Sam Bradford.

Blogger Scott6584 April 29, 2016 11:43 AM  

Achilles wrote:Yeah I don't see why the Bears had to trade up to get Floyd. I just hope he makes life hell for Aaron Rodgers. He won't but it is nice to dream. I was worried the Bears had gone full plaid and were trading up to get Cheech Tunsil who was tumbling down he draft board.

I think Minnesota is the only NFC North team that didn't draft a linesman. I'm not sure how vital a WR was plugging holes in their team. They're just going to feed Adrian Peterson the ball until he dies of old age.


The Giants were really hot for Floyd, which is why the Bears had to jump ahead of them to get him. The Cost was relatively small. Floyd is projected by the Analytics Folks to be the top pass rusher in this draft - even working from an OLB position. The Giants were also going to use him in coverage, but he's a better fit for the Bears who are transitioning to the 3-4 defense. Floyd is the most natural edge bender on the outside of any players in this year's draft, and has more speed than other edge rushers. The only knock on him is his size, 6'6", 220 lbs. He need to put on about 20-25 lbs.

Honestly, I think Floyd was a great pick for the Bears.

Blogger Scott6584 April 29, 2016 11:46 AM  

According to former Steeler DB Ike Taylor, Artie Burns was going to be the Steelers pick even if Jackson was still there. The Steelers are coverting to a Cover 2 style defense (similar to Dallas and Seattle), and Burns fits the profile of a top Cover 2 defensive back. Taylor apparently had inside knowledge, but didn't share it with other NFL Network talking heads prior to the draft because he was sworn to secrecy.

Blogger Achilles April 29, 2016 11:48 AM  

@40 Makes sense. As a Bears fan I hope he is a great pick.

Blogger Scott6584 April 29, 2016 11:55 AM  

YIH wrote:Goodnight:

I'm guessing the Cowboys will try a reclamation project at QB. Maybe RGIII, maybe Kapernick, maybe even Manziel - though that's getting more and more doubtful, starting to look like another highly touted washout.

The Titans need, well, other than QB, what don't they need? Keeping that QB alive was obviously the first need.

It's possible the Broncos got the QB they wanted/needed. After losing Osweiler.

The Rams-Titans trade was a no-brainer, the Rams wanted a blue-chip QB and the Titans... Just needed all those picks. A bit surprised of all the trade action, didn't think the Eagles were quite that desperate, or that the Browns weren't looking for a QB right away.


I've been writing articles for Cowboys fan websites for a decade. The Rams and Cowboys have a close relationship. Now that the Rams have drafted Goff, don't be surprised if the Cowboys trade either the 189th pick in this draft, or a conditional draft pick in 2017 for QB Nick Foles. He lit up the Cowboys when playing for the Eagles a few years ago, and gives them a much better option as a veteran backup than Kellen Moore.

Also, even if the Cowboys do trade for Foles, I still expect them to draft a QB in the 3rd or 4th round this year. I'm hoping for Christian Hackenberg with the 67th pick, but the Cowboys have had 5 seperate meetings with Dak Prescott, so I wouldn't be shocked if they pick him at either 67 or 101.

The Cowboys had an offer to the Seahawks last night to move to 26 in exchange for the 34th and 101st picks. They were hoping to draft Lynch. But the Broncos simply had better picks to offer (31 & 94). It would have cost them their 2nd and 3rd round picks, which was too high a price to pay for a guy who might not see the field until 2019.

Hackenberg has all the tools, and would be a good candidate to sit and learn. He's still only 21 years old, so sitting behind Romo for 2-3 seasons won't hurt him. He could still take over as the starter in 2018 or 2019 and be pretty young.

Anonymous VFM #6306 April 29, 2016 11:59 AM  

I wish the RB was not a utility position, but it is. You don't draft kickers or RBs anymore unless you have Reggie Roby or AD on the board once in 20 years or so. It has to be that clear.

Blogger bob k. mando April 29, 2016 12:07 PM  

i have a complaint, blogger named Vox.

why is this post not titled
"My favorite football team pounded me in the ass with a black wide receiver, and I liked it"?

you aren't part of the Devilman conspiracy, are you?

Blogger Nate April 29, 2016 12:08 PM  

"i have a complaint, blogger named Vox."

dammit get it right.

Its Blogger (name of Vox)

Blogger Nate April 29, 2016 12:10 PM  

". I was expecting them to pick Ragland so that they could move Matthews back outside. "

Ragland would be a nightmare in that defense. His range is crazy.

Blogger VD April 29, 2016 12:41 PM  

I don't understand the GM's focus on draft day. I would much rather trade my picks for a proven vet vs. the unknown with huge flop potential.

That is because you don't understand the NFL's collective bargaining agreements. Vets cost far more than rookies do now, especially over four years. Five, in the case of first-rounders.

Anonymous Jimmy The Freak April 29, 2016 12:45 PM  

@45 and @46 - Are you sure Vox isn't really tedcobbler? You never see them in the same place at the same time.

Blogger Nate April 29, 2016 12:57 PM  

'. Vets cost far more than rookies do now, especially over four years. Five, in the case of first-rounders.'

and proven vets flop all the time.

Anonymous Baseball Savant April 29, 2016 1:05 PM  

"and proven vets flop all the time."

This.

Blogger Jabari April 29, 2016 1:07 PM  

@SEC folks:

Nkemdiche worth the risk?

Blogger YIH April 29, 2016 1:08 PM  

Achillies:
I'm not sure how vital a WR was plugging holes in their team. They're just going to feed Adrian Peterson the ball until he dies of old age.
Yes, if this is a good short-to-medium range WR that will help AP. A go-to WR that hopefully can make tough catches 5-20 yrds. helps the passing game's credibility.
Makes defenses think twice about stacking to stop the run.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan April 29, 2016 1:14 PM  

Off topic but weaponsman has a favorable mention of SJWAL today

Blogger Josh April 29, 2016 1:15 PM  

Nkemdiche worth the risk?

Yes

Blogger YIH April 29, 2016 1:25 PM  

Scott6584:
Hackenberg has all the tools, and would be a good candidate to sit and learn. He's still only 21 years old, so sitting behind Romo for 2-3 seasons won't hurt him. He could still take over as the starter in 2018 or 2019 and be pretty young.
Only one problem with that, Romo's about as durable as fine china. He'll begin seeing action in 2-3 games, and being forced to start 2-3 games after Romo comes back from his next injuy.
Hope he's a fast learner. That's another reason why I wouldn't be surprised if the Cowboys and others take a pass on bringing Manziel in for training camp the way the Patriots did with Tebow. It can be hard to focus when your soused or hung over.

Anonymous VFM #6306 April 29, 2016 1:37 PM  

In 2011, 5 players under the age of 31 retired from the NFL. Collective bargaining changed that year - rookie salaries took a big hit, vets became relatively more expensive.

Under 31 retirements spiked in 2012 to 12, and have risen every year. Vets have to work much harder to stay in the league, and as soon as they go remotely marginal, they are going to be priced out.

In 2015, I believe under 31 retirements were at 19 or 20. The only story I saw on it was linking it to concussions, which was laughable. It is simple economics. Being a veteran was a big advantage when you could compete on price. Now, it isn't.

Blogger Thomas Davidsmeier April 29, 2016 1:40 PM  

@Bears Pick

I've seen other folks saying that Floyd was the 5th best pass rusher by grade in the draft. Alanzo Spellman was big and tall with really long arms and how did that work out?

That said, it has been forever since the Bears had a pure speed pass rusher in his prime. I can't stop thinking that the prototypical pass rusher is supposed to the Richard Dent turning himself into a gigantic human missile to get a sack.

I just went to YouTube to find that clip. Strangely, I can't find it, but man, the highlights of what the '85 Bears used to play like... I just kept saying, "Personal Foul, Making Contact With A Defenseless..." Different game nowadays...

Anonymous VFM #6306 April 29, 2016 1:51 PM  

The CTE Narrative is bunk. CTE itself isn't bunk, but this whole idea that "no one knew" that "getting your bell rung" could lead to brain damage back in the 80s is the most retarded narrative ever.

My high school football coach showed us the concept of "contra coup" brain damage from hard hits that usually resulted from bad form. This was 1984/85. I was a nobody on the team. We all got the message: tackle right or don't bother.

In 1976 Gerald Ford was the butt of brain damage jokes from his years playing football.

Jerry Lewis or some physical comedian played a long-term demented ex-player in a movie in the 1960s.

Dementia pugilistica was the core trope of the Rocky Movie and I believe North Dallas Forty or Semi-Tough or something like that.

Culture and the NFL and the players and everyone has already known forever that blows to the head are not always short term things. For God's sake, the game was designed to kill weak players in the early days, and rules were changed to stop slaughtering players.

Now, having said that, of course they know more about CTE's today. There's more money in brain damage, after all. Of course the league should do its best to prevent it. But this ridiculous Narrative about concussions being one of the core Pillars of Football Civilization is cancer.

But if the NFL can ship veterans out early and maintain a supply of cheap rookies under the guise of CTEs?

Welcome to Draft Day.

Blogger Nate April 29, 2016 2:00 PM  

"Nkemdiche worth the risk?"

Ab. So. Lutely.

Blogger frigger611 April 29, 2016 2:08 PM  

We liked Mike Zimmer while he was here in Cincy. How is he faring as a head coach?

Blogger Stilicho April 29, 2016 2:47 PM  

Anyone see Paxton Lynch play in college? Elway is pretty particular about his QBs so that's a mark in Lynch's favor, but I've never seen him play.

Blogger Nate April 29, 2016 3:39 PM  

Saw him play a couple of times. Raw. Talent is there. Can spin it. Plenty of arm. Gonna have to clean up his footwork to improve his accuracy I think.

Anonymous WaterBoy April 29, 2016 3:49 PM  

YIH: "It's possible the Broncos got the QB they wanted/needed. After losing Osweiler."

Their own fault. They traded out of the first round in 2012 and ended up getting Osweiler in the second. Since he was no longer a first rounder, there was no option year on his rookie contract and Denver lost him to free agency.

Notice they didn't do that, this time; in fact, they traded up to get him.

Anonymous WaterBoy April 29, 2016 4:07 PM  

seeingsights: "The Lions did that a few years ago and went nowhere."

True. On the other hand, they also got Calvin Johnson in the first round, too. Hard to argue that was a bad pick...and by Millen, no less.

Anonymous Jack Amok April 29, 2016 5:11 PM  

Cowboys QB... next year's QB class will probably be better than this one. If Romp can survive, they'll have a chance to pick his caddy next year.

Blogger eharmonica April 29, 2016 6:21 PM  

Hoping MN can get Myles Jack. That would make all-UCLA linebacker corps.

Blogger Scott6584 April 29, 2016 7:31 PM  

I'm hoping the Cowboys draft Hackenberg AND also get Nick Foles as a veteran backup in case Romo gets knocked out a couple of games this year.

Anonymous Jack Amok April 29, 2016 8:50 PM  

So Nate, what can you tell me about this Jarran Reed guy we got?

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