I could really see that happening too. We get Ragnow back next year and add a true #1 WR and then Goff plays decent, not great, but decent and we win 7 or 8 games. It’s going to be a huge debate next year if we keep or move on from Goff. Come back to this thread in 11 months from now to see!
We have a starting level QB. Goff was as good as the team around him let him be. And yes, even if we hit on every draft pick and whoever we get in FA, there’s still going to be plenty of work to do. I can’t get over the posters who thought that it was on Goff that the team sucked when we had no weapons at WR. Then all of a sudden he woke up? LOL, wtf…
Walker is decent, but he’s not really an impact player. He’s got only 2 interceptions in 4 years and 0 this year. I’d consider bringing him back at a reasonable price but if he gets expensive, let him walk for sure. We desperately lack a play making safety. We haven’t had one since Glover Quinn retired.
So much is going to change over the next five months, so I’m gonna go with a guy who I think is gonna rise like crazy as the process plays itself out.
Kyler Gordon, CB, Washington
I don’t know that we’ll go CB so high but I think it’s more likely than LB. Gordon is gonna test like a monster, and his tape’s really good too. Really good tackler for being such a great athlete. Personally I have him ranked over his teammate McDuffie not to mention McCreary, Elam and Gardner.
I think we might if it fits our board, but I agree that it would technically be lower on our list of needs. However I’m trying to look at it as “needs over the next decade”, not simply next year, which is why personally I’d snatch a CB in a heartbeat if he was the highest ranked player on my board. You can never have enough of them.