21 April, 2017
But if most National Football League drafts involve your standard-issue six-sided die, then the 2017 edition features a full set of colorful polyhedrons. If his prediction becomes reality, Bears fans will have a lot to celebrate.
"Quarterback, I think we lack the top-tier talent at the position this year", said NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah, a former scout. That's a virtual lock. She also discussed what the Bears could do with their high first round pick with Jarrett Payton and Josh Frydman. It's like the Ron Wolf theory - when the (Packers) had Brett Favre, they kept drafting QBs - they'd draft one every year - Matt Hasslebeck, Aaron Brooks, Mark Brunell, Ty Detmer - they flipped all those guys for draft picks.
The Browns can go chalk and take the consensus choice with the first pick: defensive end Myles Garrett.
So it wouldn't be surprising to find out that those teams in search of a quarterback are looking to move some picks or get out of the top 10. Join the With the First Pick team!
Players like Joshua Dobbs, Brad Kaaya, and even Davis Webb could be individuals who Browns fans may see play for the team in 2017.More news: Maryland Weather Forecast: Cloudy And Muggy End To The Week
Once named Mr. Ohio Football, Trubisky doesn't have a large body of work at the college level. And especially in a draft without sure options, he has enough tools to make a team fall for him.
Whether that's LSU safety, Jamal Adams, Clemson quarterback, Deshaun Watson, or even North Carolina quarterback, Mitch Trubisky.
Are the Bears ready to make the jump and take a QB at No. 3? But he was inconsistent at Notre Dame, and Irish coach Brian Kelly recently said that the quarterback should have returned to school - an assessment Kizer himself publicly agreed with.
On the surface, it would seem like the Buffalo Bills are content with their quarterback situation after they worked out a new deal with Tyrod Taylor. He's also coming out of the Air Raid offense, whose most successful professional alumnus may still be Case Keenum.
On a brighter note, let's take a look at the quarterbacks that may buck the trend and fit with Buffalo in this years draft.