I may be in the minority, but I really really love Robert Woods. I think he will be the best receiver to come out of this draft.
I'm curious how you guys would feel if we moved up into the early second to get him?
hidn wrote:What exactly are you basing his lack of upside on?
Sarlacc83 wrote:I think there's a really good chance Woods could end up being available at #56, honestly. He's kind of the forgotten WR at this point. So I don't think Seattle would trade up for him; I'd assume they'd wait for him to drop to them.
T-Sizzle wrote:hidn wrote:What exactly are you basing his lack of upside on?
http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/rob ... id=2540169
He is one of the more polished WR's in this years draft.....with that said, what you have is what you get. He is a number 2 WR....nothing more. I would prefer they draft for upside if they were to move up. I also think at the pick they have there will be others available with more upside that could potentially replace Rice at some point.
http://www.nfl.com/draft/2013/profiles/ ... id=2540179
WAYYYYYY More upside.
For me its the difference between the Ruskell era and JS era. Ruskell would go with Woods.... I think JS would make the risky upside pick of Rodgers.
ivotuk wrote:Only for Kawaan Short or Khaseem Greene.