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Well the argument is the team would be much more capable of building around Tua because of finances. Of course, you're only talking about a three-year window here.
@DetroitOnLion This problem is we’re using Patrick Mahomes as an example. The likelihood tua is going to translate to Mahomes is unlikely. Mahomes is in the perfect spot. Plus are we saying stafford is Alex Smith?? If we haven’t been able to build around stafford it won’t change with tua.
Not quite a Wojbomb More like a Woj-little gunpowder snapper thing you throw on 4th of July.
The NBA and ESPN are working on televising a H-O-R-S-E competition involving several high-profile players, sources say. Players would shoot in isolation – presumably in home gyms – and match shots against competitors. Details are still being finalized.
The problem I have with that point of view is that the Chiefs came off a 12-4 season when they got Patrick Mahomes. You can always move up.
@DetroitOnLion Huge fan of drafting Tua. Mostly because QB talent like his isn’t normally available to the usual 8-8 (8-9 lol) Lions. Covid has changed my mind completely. I’m a huge Kenny Rogers admirer but when at least 1 of those 2 OU defenders will be there at 3, too big of a gamble.
Dave makes as logical of a case as you can make for Tua, but the fact remains that he's an extremely huge risk at a position the Lions don't need to take one at.
Seems inevitable this is how it will work.
High-level officials from multiple NFL teams are now preparing to do the April 23-25 draft virtually, from home, away from their team facilities, league sources tell ESPN. Awaiting final decision from NFL on an unprecedented draft.