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This was written a couple of days ago. Much of it, though, is still applicable.
Could Farley, CB1 for some analysts, fall out of Round 1 due to his back surgery?
Is Horn “vying for CB1” or is the media perhaps just catching up to what the NFL believes?
We have seen the success of the receivers drafted a year ago, and for as good as they were as prospects, I think Ja’Marr Chase tops them all. The closer we get to the draft, the more hard work some analysts are doing to find holes in Chase’s game, but he dominated on a national champion team and put up crazy numbers in his monster 2019 season before opting out in 2020.
It is true that Joe Burrow’s incredible accuracy made some of his evaluation tricky, as I discovered on my journey through his tape, but the bottom line is that Chase does everything well. He gained more than 3.5 yards per route run in that season and should hit the ground running as a dominant NFL receiver right out of the gate.
Valentine’s View: Chase is also my No. 1 receiver.
Don’t ... do ... it ... Dave.
Thanks to their coach, ex-Giant Tiki Barber says the team is “a destination again.”
Could Kyle Pitts fall to 11?
We have been saying this all week. Glad to see ESPN join the party.
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