bac5665 wrote:If he is the best QB prospect in the draft, then you take him at whatever pick you have.
Please tell me why taking the best of a bad QB crop is a necessity. You gonna eat the least rotten roadkill you find alongside the road? Or maybe you just pass until there's a better culinary option.
bac5665 wrote:I would never, ever, ever, ever plan around the best QB in the draft being available past 1st overall.
So moving back from 6 to take the best QB in the draft sounds insane.
On the other hand, any QB that will still be available by 15-20 is almost certainly a bad QB. Or one that the entire league is mis-evaluating. So in that case, I don't want to move back to take him because if he's still there, it means there is a reason he is still there.
Certainly with this FO I am not interested in entertaining the possibility that the Browns FO is better at evaluating a QB than the rest of the league.
I can only speak for myself, and I personally rank EJ higher than Geno. Many others do not. We don't know who has who evaluated where. Every team in the league could have EJ rated ahead of Geno, but all it takes is one team to have it the other way and there ya go. All we have at this time is speculation and assumption.
But, yes, if they both dropped to 20 and I were so inclined to take one of them, it would still be EJ. His ceiling is higher and Geno's just not safe enough.
Again, we don't know if any of the GM's agree with that or not. We have a bunch of mock drafters predicting what they think GM's think.
Stating that any QB still available at 15-20 is "almost certainly a bad QB" would get laughed off the floor by both Super Bowl QB's.