Chapow wrote:Super excited to hear why this was a horrible pick from the usual suspects even though he was the best CB still available in the draft.
Super excited to hear how every pick was perfect and we need to shut up and trust JS and PC and how no one can have an opinion for several years. Oh yeah, he was not the best CB still available according to unbiased evaluators.
That being said Big12 CBs are usually well tested and he could be good. But the knee jerk “don’t criticize a pick” nitwits are worse than the critics.
Again, the very first comment on NFL network after the pick was announced was "This was my highest available corner so I love this pick here of Tre Brown". That comment was made by Daniel Jeremiah.
"Daniel Jeremiah joined NFL Media as an analyst in 2012 following an eight-year career as an NFL scout for three clubs. Throughout the year, Jeremiah plays a vital role on various NFL Network programs such as NFL Total Access and Path to the Draft. In addition, he is the co-host of the Move the Sticks Podcast with Bucky Brooks. Prior to joining NFL Media, Jeremiah served for two years as the Philadelphia Eagles' college area scout for the West. Before that, he was a national scout for the Cleveland Browns and a west coast area scout for the Baltimore Ravens. Prior to working in the NFL, Jeremiah was a production assistant for ESPN's Sunday Night Football telecasts."
Pretty sure he would be considered an unbiased evaluator.
I've never said nobody should criticize a pick or that every pick is perfect, but you in particular seem to find a reason to dislike every single pick no matter what. They picked a CB that some unbiased evaluators thought was the best one still available. At the very least he was one of
the best CB's still available. Even you thought they should take a CB. Yet for some reason you still found a reason to criticize the pick. I mean, they did exactly what you wanted them to do and you still didn't like it. It's just absurd and it's obvious you're never going to be happy no matter what they do.