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  1. I don’t mind them taking a guy like Quinnen Williams if they can’t trade back and he is there but the rest of the draft should be OL and WR/TE. Along with a heavy focus there in free agency
  2. If the Bills give him an offensive line and some playmakers, he will be a great player for a long time! Sure, he has his inconsistent moments and often tries to do too much but he will learn from his mistakes. He is smart, an insane competitor, and has God given talents that could never be learned. He has definitely flashed the potential that got him drafted at 7. Today and in past games, when given time in the pocket, he has been decisive and accurate. He was hitting receivers right in the hands while in stride only to have the ball fall incomplete through their hands. You watch other games around the league and see these receivers making ridiculous one handed catches with a defender draped all over them. Give Allen some stud hog mollies to provide him time and to open up the running game. Give him just one playmaker who can do some things beyond the “routine” of what’s expected. I have personally seen enough from Allen to be confident with him going forward and I was one who originally thought we took the wrong Josh. The draft is deep at OL and WR and there are some decent options in free agency. It is up to Beane and his scouts to provide Allen some help. Protect your QB and give him some confidence. Put some studs around him so he’s not all alone out there.
  3. I know the draft value chart is inflated based on demand but I’m going to use the chart values from walterfootball so we can get a visual of what a potential trade might look like. Bills have picks: 1st round- 12(1,200 points) 22(780) 2nd round- 53(370) 56(340) 3rd round- 65(265) 96(116) 4th round- 121(52) 5th round- 158(28.2) 166(25) I think the Bills will target number 2 overall through the three way trade. The Giants then slide down to 4 and the Browns go down to 12. The Giants moving from 2(2,600) to 4(1,800) is a point differential of 800. For the move, the Bills would compensate them with pick 22(780) and 158(28.2). The Browns move from 4(1,800) to 12(1,200) is a differential of 600 points. In addition to the 12th overall pick, the Bills would give them 53(370) and 65(265). The Bills would have their QB at 2 overall. They would still have a 2nd round pick(56), 3rd round pick(96), 4th round pick(121), and 5th round pick(166). We could still sweeten the pot with any of these picks while holding on to all of our 2019 draft picks. The Giants would still get the guy they had targeted at 2, at 4. They would receive an additional 1st rounder and a 5th rounder. The Browns would still get their prized possession at 1 and have 12 to add another big name rookie. In addition, they would have our 2nd round pick and their 3rd round pick back from the Tyrod trade. To me, this seems like a win for all parties involved. Especially if it means snatching Rosen out of the clammy grasp of the Jets.
  4. Here is an entertaining Giants fan making the case for why a trade makes sense from their perspective. It’s worth a watch and I could definitely see this happening. Giants fans seem to be very high on Davis Webb to replace Eli in the future. If Rosen is there after the Browns first pick, I would do what it takes to get him. Especially if you think that’s who the Jets will choose at 3. Rosen is who I like in this draft and is the only player I’d be willing to trade the draft capital for. The injury history does scare me but it’s a risk I’d be willing to take. If we can acquire the #2 overall pick without giving up our 1st in 2019, even better. Sorry to keep this topic alive but I don’t think Beane does all that work to bow out now. There is a guy he likes in this draft and he is going to continue the pursuit. I’m encouraged because it seems that the Giants could really benefit from such a trade and be willing partners. If Rosen turns out to be our franchise guy, it won’t matter what we gave up to land him.
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