Thats there grades I don’t put stalk in grades how do they give us s low grades when just about everyone said Jeff was best by far CB in the whole draft an most every one says same about Swift an they get a B an C+ I was a Taylor at RB guy but happy with swift.
They give a D when they have know idea about the second RB except he is not a big player.
But its there grade an next grade posted will be different an next after then the wheel goes round an round
I remember winning the draft grading system when Millen was here and we all know how that worked out. Some great picks with some head scratchers mixed in but will give it some time before the grading happens
They give Okudah a C, because he doesn’t have top raw athletic ability, therefore not warranting a top 3 pick. Sorry, but true.
DB’s also have a high washout rate. Fact.
DB’s are also prone to injury.
DB’s also take 2-3 years to get respect in the league, ie - not getting flagged for grabbing, so their first years are rough.
These are all reasons they are less than impressed with the pick at 3 overall - so a C is about right. Tough to hear, but true.
False , nonsense …Still waiting for the list of the 5 different, well respected, analysts that feel Okudah is the third most talented DB in this draft. You know the articles you read that consistently ranked him 3rd in a relatively weak year for CB’s…
This weak class? When was the last time 6 CB’s were drafted in the first round? You claimed this pre- draft and 6 went off the board in round #1 …does this set off an alarm that maybe you have no understanding of the position and that you clearly can’t evaluate CB talent and it importance?
When the closest comparable to Okudah’s athletic ability is Jalen Ramsey …any attempt to pretend Okudah is not a supreme athlete is a joke at best
NYSTROM: “The Okudah pick made sense, of course, and I loved the Okwara and Cephus selections. Outside of that, I didn’t get it. The Lions had too many holes to use a premium pick like 2.35 on a running back … and then they turn around and use a fifth-rounder on (another) receiving back? And then there were the reaches.”