Since we’re on the topic of the QBs in this draft class I’ll rank them
Stroud > Young > Richardson > Levis
I am bound to change my mind, but I'll go with these:
1. CJ Stroud - Right body type for the position. High production. Very little experience playing under pressure. The Georgia game was one of the few games where he had to make quick decisions and make difficult throws, and he aced it.
2. Will Levis - Put up two productive seasons with Kentucky, despite lacking quality wide receivers and offensive protection. Right body type for the position. He has an impressive physical skill set and can be dangerous on the run. Very much comparable to Josh Allen.
3. Bryce Young - Great production. He can make all the throws. His size is the issue. Very much comparable to Kyler Murray, who struggles with durability in the NFL.
4. Anthony Richardson - Probably has the best skill set of the bunch. Think Lamar Jackson with a Stafford arm. My big issues is: Only 12 starts and completed less than 55% of his passes -- which is seen as the kiss of death for 1st round quarterbacks. However, if teams give him the Patrick Mahomes, Aaron Rodgers or Phillip Rivers treatment (redshirt him his rookie season), I think you have a terrific prospect. But lets face it, he's going in the top 10 and will be forced to play his rookie season.
Great stuff. Cowboys now have 2 top corners, 1 elite LB, 1 staple defensive end..... plenty of very good pieces that can play within the system.
Time to bring that Super Bowl to Big D. However, offense is still a concern as despite being #1 in the league last year - it didn't do much against the 49ers. I think Dallas is looking more receiver and tight end help. Not necessarily need Pro Bowlers, just some very good players that they'll attempt to get in the 2nd-3rd rounds.
Post by mikediastavrone96 on Mar 27, 2023 17:20:52 GMT
This timeline is weird. He requested a trade March 2nd and then we give him the non-exclusive tag on the 7th. If we were committed to moving him, we could've kept the exclusive tag and opened up trade talks for a team to negotiate with Lamar on a deal and on trade compensation that probably would've exceeded 2 firsts. So the team probably thought the relationship was salvageable, or were willing to let teams negotiate with him directly to get a sign-and-trade off. But the fact nothing has come out before about Lamar requesting this trade is odd, you'd think that would've leaked out somewhere.