It wouldn’t be crazy to me if Brad has Bryce Young as the second best rated QB of the last 3 drafts only behind Trevor Lawrence. He might come into this draft expecting to a take a QB on day 3 and be flabbergasted that Bryce is available and take him even though he loves Goff just because of the value.
This is how I view it. Taking specific names out of the equation for a second, there will be at least 2 QBs going in the top 3 picks. Either Houston takes a QB or the Cardinals will get a king’s ransom to trade down so someone can take the 2nd QB off the board. I can’t see a scenario where Houston doesn’t go QB and the Cardinals are content to buck trade down offers for the 2nd QB spot.
I think the Lions end up weighing top WR, top OL player and top CB versus a possible trade down a few spots as the last of the top 4 QBs is also likely there for us. Hell, maybe top RB too?
I don’t know about how I feel about WR Johnson V. Skoronski (so?) at this point. I do know that edge isn’t a concern for me and I don’t want the Lions to take Nolan Smith. I don’t believe in guys without a position.
Carter, assuming Brad is comfortable with background, is an easy fit for us still we still have an open spot on the roster for a DT.
Anderson is a bit of a different story. He’d likely be the BPA but I’m not exactly sure where we’d fit him in on the roster. I’m might be a trade back scenario as someone might give up a ton to get him that actually needs a pass rusher.
For sure. He’s one of those players that, no matter who else you might draft, you’re gonna wear that decision for the rest of your career. You’re the guy that passed on the guy. A dark stain that will never wash out.
Ppl get caught up in need, and what can help us this season. In ten years, nobody will care who we drafted at 6 in 23. It’ll be remembered as the Bryce Young draft.