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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by VondyP, Feb 1, 2017.
yea IF we're planning on using Howard differently than we used Fasano last year it could be
Lol would be the most Titan thing ever.
It would be
and Id even expect it with these coaches
I once saw Tajae Sharpe run an end around, then I saw us zone blocking from our own redzone, then I once saw a designed pass play where Mariota threw it backwards 5 yards.
I also saw some wing-T I believe,
these coaches love dicking around.
I agree with you fellas.
Man come on, 4.56 is pretty fast for an end around. And that backwards pass was on third and inches lol
Give me a break. He was targeted over 140 times. It isn't hard to put up big numbers when you're the only person they throw to. Especially againt poor competition.
Does he have Gronk like upside? I don't like the idea of TE as a top 5 pick, but if he has a legitimate chance of being Gronk like, I think that's worth it. He'd be coming into a great situation as well where he could learn from Walker for a couple years before fully taking the reigns.
I will say, however, that I'd much prefer a trade back, like most. I also prefer Davis over Williams.
If we get stuck picking at five, to me he is the best talent likely available.
Would be down to him or lattimore to me. Maybe foster.
I think the guy could be the focal point of our offense for a decade.
Nobody is Gronk like, and I can't reasonably sit there without laughing about drafting a guy like Olsen or Graham at 5. They are good, but not that good.
I love OJ, and I think he'll be a damn fine TE, but he's not our guy at 5. Perhaps at 18. Maybe even a bit lower if we trade down or up from 5. That's it though.
Physically speaking, he absolutely has Gronk upside. But the question is if he can handle the role as the #1 guy that teams have to gameplan for. It's too much of an uncertainty to pick him at 5 IMO, though he's unlikely to last until 18.