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- Jan 12, 2014
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Even if that was true...you do know that they are OC's out there that can scheme to get players open areas.(kind of their job) i know we didn't see with Chan,but that was because...Well,it was Chan.
All but 2 of these guys were Way Overdrafted, so the list almost makes a counterpoint to what youre saying.How can #3 be too high for a WR? There's plenty of precedent for taking a WR in the top 5, it's not like we're taking a Center or something.
Corey Davis went #5
Amari Cooper went #4
Sammy Watkins #4
Justin Blackmon #5
AJ Green #4
Calvin Johnson #2
Braylon Edward #3
Larry Fitzgerald #3
Charles Rogers #2
Andre Johnson #3
God I hope he grows 3 inches...other than that he's a special playerAs DeVonta Smith stole the show at the College Football Playoff National Championship, the Miami Dolphins fan base couldn’t help but fantasize at the chance to take him in the upcoming 2021 Draft.
The senior Heisman Trophy winner exploded for 215 yards and three touchdowns in the first half against Ohio State on Monday night. The Buckeyes simply had no answers for him in the secondary and Alabama raced out to a 35-17 lead at halftime. An anonymous Power Five coach went as far as to call Smith “a cheat code.”
With yet another historic night, Smith clearly is setting himself up to play on Sundays. Now, Dolphins fans are desperately campaigning to bring the star wideout to Miami.
The Dolphins will pick third in the upcoming draft thanks to a trade with the Houston Texans. Miami also finds itself in need of strong skill players, making Smith an obvious choice for the organization. Dolphins fans remembered to remind team ownership of that on Twitter during Monday night’s game.
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Smith has all of the potential to be a star in the league, regardless of who is throwing him the football. In Miami, the Alabama receiver would get a chance to link up with former teammate Tua Tagovailoa to form a fearsome Crimson Tide duo. The rookie quarterback struggled in his first season in Miami, but a lead wideout would certainly improve his prospects in 2021.
Smith’s first half not only endeared him to the people of Miami, but also set a plethora of title game records. With Alabama comfortably in the lead, it’s unclear what the senior wideout will do in the second half, but it’s possible that history could continue to be made
As DeVonta Smith tore up the Ohio State secondary on Monday night, one NFL fan base found itself desperately yearning for the young WR.thespun.com
I hope all of you are right, we already have a TE, who can't block and has trouble with the jam and several WR's that can't separate...he gets off press well vs college kid’s so I’m not so worried about that. I just want the rarest talent
The one that comes around the least with my top 5 pick.