Waiting on a quarterback is usually a good idea. I’ve really liked owning two quarterbacks and playing the matchups the last few seasons. It’s hard to pass on the Rodgers and Brady’s of the world…
Gronkowski owners were left with a bad taste in their mouth after 2016. Can you trust him in 2017? It’s never a deep position by the end of the year. Look for second year tight end Hunter Henry to make the next step and a former star to regain his glory.
Most rookie tight ends don’t have a big impact. As a rule, never expect a rookie tight end to be your every week starter. Always pair them with someone else. I do think two have the ability and opportunity to standout among the rest.
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A few years back rookie wide receivers took the league by storm. There’s a few must have players this season. Some to keep an eye on and avoid. Let’s take a look at 2017’s crop.
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Last season gave us Ezekiel Elliott who had instant success. As we look back he should’ve been drafted in round 1. But it’s always a gamble with a rookie. I don’t think there’s a rookie I’d touch in the first two rounds at runningback. But after that it could be a pretty deep class if things fall right with injuries and playing time.. Let’s take a look at the names to know:
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Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett should go first overall. But with the Browns you never know. They need a quarterback and could addresses first overall or with their second pick overall (12) or at 33 in the second round. Michell Trubisky and Deshaun Watson be targets. The quarterbacks will shape the landscape of this draft.
Myles Garrett has been the consensus first overall choice for months now. He’s done nothing but prove he’ll be drafted first since the college season ended. Garrett goes to Cleveland and San Francisco has many holes to fill in a deep draft. It’s deep enough they could gamble on a quarterback at the second spot.