Eagles Wake-Up Call: Fewer Touches For McCoy?

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The usage numbers for LeSean McCoy from the 2013 season are eye-popping.

The Eagles’ running back played 873 snaps, second-most among all ball-carriers behind only Chicago’s Matt Forte. McCoy’s 314 carries were tops in the NFL, as were his 366 touches.




Yet there were no real signs that the heavy workload slowed him down in the short-term. McCoy carried the Eagles down the stretch, piling up 519 yards and averaging 6.3 YPC in the team's final four regular season games. In fourth quarters, he led the NFL with 441 yards and averaged 6.0 YPC (fifth-best), according to STATS, Inc.

McCoy will only be 26 when the 2014 season kicks off. The Eagles have backup options in Chris Polk and Bryce Brown, along with Darren Sproles who joined the squad earlier this offseason.

"In the long season, you get worn down," McCoy said Saturday during a break at his football camp at Camden Catholic High School. "Just the reps, the hits, things like that. So I think Sproles will really help us out and help me out. I think myself, in the fourth quarter... I played pretty well in the fourth quarter right now. So just being fresh, maybe less carries, less hits, kind of getting it going a little bit, less mileage. I think it’s good for me."

Running backs coach Duce Staley was in charge of distributing snaps during games last season. Spelling McCoy in favor of Brown and Polk always seemed like a good idea from Monday to Saturday. But in the heat of action, with McCoy having established himself as one of the game's elite backs, taking him off the field proved difficult.

As we wrote last month, Sproles will likely be used more as a receiver than a running back in the Eagles' scheme. He only had 53 carries in 2012 and managed just one run of 20+ yards. Even if the Birds draft a running back (which is a possibility), the guess here is that McCoy is unlikely to see a significant decrease in carries.

The passing game, however, could be a different story. McCoy was prolific as a receiver in 2013 with 52 catches for 539 yards (10.4 yards per reception). To put that into perspective, the great Brian Westbrook never averaged more than 10.1 yards per reception in a single season during his career.

Of course, part of McCoy's success in the passing game had to do with scheme and matchups. Granted, the sample size is much smaller, but Brown and Polk combined to average 12.1 yards per reception (on 12 catches). Plus the Eagles now have Sproles (71 receptions last season) in the mix. If Chip Kelly wants to give McCoy more of a break, it will likely be in the passing game.

From a personnel standpoint, expect the Eagles to put themselves in position to lighten McCoy's load if necessary. But once the season begins, he's likely to have as big a role as he had in 2013.

WHAT YOU MISSED

McCoy became the first Eagles player to offer public support for DeSean Jackson.

T-Mac weighs in on Dion Jordan and the OLB spot.

Draft spotlight on Ole Miss WR Donte Moncrief, a potential Eagles target.

Per one report, the Birds would consider trading up for Texas A&M WR Mike Evans.

Two small-school prospects to know, including an OLB/TE from Bloomsburg.

The Eagles are doing their homework on a USC offensive lineman.

WHAT THEY'RE SAYING

Tommy Lawlor of Iggles Blitz thinks West Virginia's Will Clarke could be a name to keep an eye on:

You can see that he is a good athlete. Clarke isn’t your typical 6-6, 271 guy. He’s not a freak athlete like Dion Jordan, but that’s okay. Jordan was the rare LB that could cover like a DB. Clarke has no coverage experience, but he is a good pass rusher. His sack total won’t blow you away, but part of that is due to WVa’s defense (scheme and lack of talent).

I think Clarke is an ascending player who could be a much better pro than college player. Put him on the edge and let him rush. Put some good players around him and I think he’ll be that much more effective.

Jimmy Kempski of Philly.com identifies six teams that could be partners for the Eagles if they're looking to trade down in the draft. One is the 49ers:

The 49ers traded up in the first round from 31 to 18 last year, and gave up a 3rd round pick to do so. If they wanted to trade up again this year with the Eagles, the compensation would be similar. The 49ers have 11 picks and are legitimate Super Bowl contenders. One of the things missing in the 49ers' offense is a WR who can stretch the field. That could be Brandin Cooks, who will likely not be on the board at 30, but could be there at 22.

COMING UP

We'll continue our look at WR draft prospects.

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  • JosephR2225

    They’re taking away carries because he publicly supported DeSean. One more stunt like that and they will release him for no compensation.

    • Septhinox

      Yes. That’s exactly why they are taking away his touches. >.>

    • http://www.corcommunity.com/ theycallmerob

      nostradamus in the house!

  • NickS1

    Seems a little to easy to just say that McCoy will come off the field on passing downs. I think it would make the offense a little more predictable.

    • GEAGLE

      In fairness we shortened westbrooks career by using him too often in pass protection. 250lb dudes crashing into him over and over…we take Westbrook fit granted now that we have shady but Westbrook was our only weapon. DCs would scheme for him and he still terrorized them..shady has some work to do if he wants to be better than Westbrook…starting with not disappearing in playoff games

      • FluxCapacitor

        I love BWest, but Shady is a better player. He is faster, has more power, has moves that remind me of Barry Sanders and has really good hands. If you want to say Westbrook was a better receiver I won’t argue, although I do not think he is levels better…but Shady is better overall.

        • Richard Colton

          Shady was a better receiver – I actually think he’d have been better in Chip’s offense than in Andy’s. Wait ’till we see Sproles all over the field this year in different formations, it’s going to make us pine for the days of BWest.

          • NickS1

            Did you mean to say Westy was a better receiver, not Shady? Just the way it reads makes it seem like you’re saying Westy would have been better in Chip’s O than Reid’s.

          • Richard Colton

            Fixed – thanks Nick.

          • NickS1

            People helpin’ people… I do agree, though, that Chip would have found way better use for Westbrook than Andy ever did, and probably would have kept him playing longer.

          • Blazed Eagle

            Concussions ended Westys career not tread on the tires, he still put up 200 yards once in SF

          • Ark87

            he had some knee and foot trouble that slowed him down. Lots of surgery. He did a year in SF after us, he just got old fast.

          • NickS1

            And how do you avoid the contact that leads to concussions? By playing in space! Which is odd, since space is what Chip’s offense focuses on maximizing for his playmakers…

          • Richard Colton

            BWest was so good on screens – doing the little things like selling the pass protection, sucking in the D-line, settling down in the seam. Man he was good. Have to think if we had someone like him we would throw the screen more often.

          • Andy124

            I think we threw the screen pretty often after the QB switch. I do agree Westy was better in the screen game than Shady is, but not by a ton.

          • Richard Colton

            Very little that Shady DOESN’T do well. Bus rides and Twitter – that’s about it.

          • Andy124

            Yeah, we’ll be comparing Eagles RBs to him long after he’s retired. We’re pretty lucky to be getting to watch him be this good right now. Closest thing to Barry’s running style since Barry himself.

          • FluxCapacitor

            I agree on the Sanders comparison. I refused to say it for a little while because I just couldn’t accept somebody would be able to move like Barry…but Shady really moves like him. He is sick to watch.

          • NickS1

            I’m not going to try to compare them too much in the screen game because of the different usage. It saved Andy’s offense, it’s one of the many things Chip’s offense does well, if that distinction makes sense. I liked when they would line BW in the slot and watch him terrorize safeties and linebackers, something Shady could do as well, I’m sure, but we don’t see it much, if at all.

          • travis papa

            Bwest was by far a better receiver actually ran routes. I’ll never forget early in the SB needy in the back of theEZ wide open but McNabb lofted a soft baby pass that is intercepted by Ty law. Any zip on the ball & it’s a whole different gm & we r probably talking about our SB win & view Reid & McNabb differently. Still can’t get that image out of my head

  • cliff henny

    scratch SF off that list, Aldon Smith is an ongoing trainwreck (got arrested for bomb threat at LAX). all those picks, plenty of ammo to get into early teens if not higher. Doubly bad for eagles, would think Barr has to be on their radar now unless Bowman’s injury scares them more.

    • GEAGLE

      Need WR,CB,ILB, also…starting to think Barr will be a cowboy.

      • cliff henny

        4-3 olb? in tampa 2 seems about the worst defense for him, no? and not sure they could possibly pass on Ealy or Brown, that d-line is thin, unproven and very under-talented

        • GEAGLE

          EXACTLY!!! They are dumb and I expect them to so what the dolphins did with Dion..too sexy of a talent for jerry to pass on, even if it’s a bad fit….then again he has more DE ability than Jordan has

          • GEAGLE

            Hard to get a read on Kony…could see him going 11-15, could see him going 23-28

          • cliff henny

            oh ok, lol
            .
            they are really banking on getting 3 or 4 quality players with 6 7th rd picks. 4of those picks are so late, not much different than udfa.

          • GEAGLE

            Just a theory…but you certainly can’t be shooting down cowboy theories due to lack of common sense :)

          • cliff henny

            he’s on their radar. with Smith’s on-going mental collapse, hope Barr goes top10, so Dallas isn’t inline for a SF tradeback.

      • Eagles1018

        I’d down vote your Barr to the cowboys if I didn’t agree. Smh

    • http://www.corcommunity.com/ theycallmerob

      nah, they’re in “win-now” too, kaep could be arrested any day

  • GEAGLE

    Aways tallk about will Clarke as a sleeper for us

  • Richard Colton

    In this draft I would do #22 for #30 & a 3rd. Works for both teams.

    • oreofestar

      If I am the Niners I am not trading up to 22 with as many picks as I have am trading up into the top 10 for Gilbert,

      • Richard Colton

        who’s to say Gilbert doesn’t fall? 3 QBs and 2 WRs go in the top 10, that’s a lot of sliding. Somebody likes a CB over Gilbert, and he can get to #22.

        • Adam G

          Except now there is talk that all the QBs are going to fall.

          • Richard Colton

            Bortles, Manzeil, BridgeH2O are all top 15 picks. Take it to the bank. It’s GEagle certified.

          • Adam G

            Bridgewater is in a freefall. He is nowhere near a lock to go in the top 15.

          • Richard Colton

            Lucky for him it just takes one. I don’t see him getting past Minnesota.

          • oreofestar

            unless Blake is there…they might take Blake over him

          • Richard Colton

            Jeff Blake?

          • oreofestar

            Bortles lol

          • Richard Colton

            Yeah. I think Bortles was the flavor of the month. Still think he goes after Teddy and Johnny Football.

          • oreofestar

            I think it just depends on the team, Texans might go QB I think Clowney is overrated anyway, and then MINN wil not take Manziel if TB is there and Bortles is gone they turn in the pick in 5 seconds if they are both there I would not be surprised either way, JAX won’t go QB well I think….Cleveland I think will if their favorite is available unless they love Carr, Oakland i stupid I THINK They will get my man Evans but you never know with that stupidity and watch Tampa get a QB just cuz lol

          • Adam G

            Rumor is JAX really likes Garoppolo. Would be nice if the Eagles could trade their 1st rounder to a team with a high 2nd round pick trying to get back in the first. If they do like him, that’s a viable option.

          • oreofestar

            nah I think at 22 only 2 maybe 3 Qbs are gone why trade all the way to 22 for Garapollo if you like him so much

          • Adam G

            Same reason why the broncos traded up for Tebow. Teams like to trade up to guarantee the QB they like. Happens every year that teams reach for QBs.

          • Adam G

            If he does, watch out below.

    • Sum

      Personally… The depth of this draft is being overplayed. I’m not saying it isn’t deep, but 60% of the guys taken in the average second round don’t play for more than 4 years. I’d say 25% turn into legit NFL starters.

      If the third round matches those numbers it would be a great year, sure…. But I don’t see where it is franchise changing in any way. Conversely, I look at the top 15 and see several players that are going to play in this league for 10 years. Clowney, Robinson, Mack, Watkins, Mathews, Evans, Ebron, Gilbert, Dennard, Clinton-Dix, Pryor, Barr I think will all be slightly above average to elite for a long time. The value is in trading up for one of those guys if everyone is doubling back because of depth.

      Now some team will get 5 starters out of this draft, and I’ll be “proven wrong”. But I bet some team will get 1 starter and several busts.

      • Richard Colton

        That’s true. In an average draft year. I just see lots of potential in the middle rounds.

        If your point is “nobody knows anything about these guys until they play” and “the draft is a crap shoot” – yeah. No kidding.

        • Andy124

          Fun fact, lots of guys won’t know anything about those guys even after they see them play.

          • Richard Colton

            I, for one, am still holding out hope that Chris Gocong is our linebacker of the future.

          • Andy124

            I’m still trying to determine if we have any NFL calibre QBs or WRs on the roster.

            All I’m sure about is that we’re set at ILB with CM holding things down. Kid’s spider chart if amazing if you go by golf scoring, which I think we all do.

    • Gil

      Actually if you did that trade with San Fran who picks at bottom of the round, then you would close to a fourth round pick….I would not do that.

      • Joe L

        San Fran has pick 13 in round 3 as well.

        • Richard Colton

          That’s what I meant. #77 & #30 for #22 – we may need to toss in next year’s 5th to make it fair.

          • Andy124

            Fine. So long as we don’t give them CM. I don’t think I could handle that.

          • Richard Colton

            Neither could I. It would rob me of the pleasure of watching them cut him.

            How awesome would an HBO 24/7 on the Eagles be?

          • NickS1

            Yeah, I want to watch them cut Curtis Marsh, too. :)

      • gil

        San Fran’s pick would be nearly a fourth round pick.

    • GEAGLE

      22 for 30 and 77…end up with something like KVN and Moncreif just by using the 22nd pick…doubt there is a player at 22 worth more than two players of that caliber

      • Richard Colton

        I see it the same way. There are a boatload of guys you could justify taking at #22 who you would be thrilled to get at #30. Taking a chance on a boom/bust guy at 77 is icing on the cake.

  • Will

    Your Picks:

    Round 1 Pick 22: Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State (A)
    Round 1 Pick 25 (S.D.): C.J. Mosley, ILB, Alabama (A-)
    Round 1 Pick 26 (CLE): Kony Ealy, DE, Missouri (A-)
    Round 2 Pick 22: Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (A-)
    Round 3 Pick 22: DaQuan Jones, DT, Penn State (A)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech (A-)
    Round 5 Pick 22: Andre Williams, RB, Boston College (A)

    • Zachary Kahn

      What website is that?

      • JosephR2225

        www. give away three years’ worth of first round picks for mediocre prospects in 2014 .com

        • Zachary Kahn

          hahaha

      • Will

        First-Pick.com

  • KimikoTamaoki

    I call this the Danny Watkins strategy:

    Round 1 Pick 22: Xavier Su’a-Filo, OG, UCLA
    Round 2 Pick 22: Will Sutton, DT, Arizona State
    Round 3 Pick 22: Louchiez Purifoy, CB, Florida
    Round 4 Pick 22: Mike Davis, WR, Texas
    Round 5 Pick 22: Tom Hornsey, P, Memphis
    Round 7 Pick 22: Greg Blair, ILB, Cincinnati

  • Will

    Your score is: 5035 (GRADE: A-)

    Your Picks:

    Round 1 Pick 22: Calvin Pryor, FS, Louisville (A)
    Round 1 Pick 25 (S.D.): Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State (A)
    Round 1 Pick 26 (CLE): Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina (A)
    Round 2 Pick 22: C.J. Mosley, ILB, Alabama (A)
    Round 3 Pick 22: DaQuan Jones, DT, Penn State (A-)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech (A-)
    Round 5 Pick 22: Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers (A)

  • JofreyRice

    Didn’t see a ton of Clarke, just the postseason stuff. Really impressive in the East West Shrine game and completely anonymous at the Senior Bowl. Good size, though, I’d be down with him in the middle rounds. Tough for linemen to shine in that WVU defense.

  • Will

    Your Picks:

    Round 1 Pick 22: Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M (A)
    Round 1 Pick 25 (S.D.): Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State (A)
    Round 1 Pick 27 (N.O.): C.J. Mosley, ILB, Alabama (A-)
    Round 2 Pick 22: Xavier Su’a-Filo, OG, UCLA (A)
    Round 3 Pick 22: Demarcus Lawrence, DE, Boise State (A-)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Craig Loston, SS, LSU (A)
    Round 5 Pick 22: Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers (A-)

    This would be a good day at the office for Howie…

    • Septhinox

      If Mike Evans drops to 22, the world would have ended.

      • Richard Colton

        In the newest Rotoworld mock I referenced above, he went 4th. The secret is out about Mike Evans. #22 will never happen.

    • myeaglescantwin

      he does this all the time.

      i think he sets madden to rookie and then creates trade scenarios.

  • myeaglescantwin

    That would be the best thing for LeSean. There is enough talent in the RB stable that they should be able to distribute the 317 attempts from McCoy. If they can significantly take the work load off his shoulders in the beginning of the season, he should be healthier for the playoff push. Nothing would be better than watching a charged up 25 embarrass the other NFC east defenses to close out the divisional heavy tail end of the schedule.

    The only thing that would knock this philosophy would be the lost production that would inevitably happen. Giving Brown or Polk 5-10 carries would be the eagles effectively taking the ball out of their biggest play-makers hands.That can be dangerous.

    In order for this to work. Polk, Brown, Sproles will all need to step their game up. If these players struggle or are noticeably ineffective, there is no way you can justify taking the ball our of McCoy’s hands & his workload would remain high.

    furthermore, with the way the FO has been conducting business, how long can we trust them to continue with McCoy? He has some mileage on him & big contracts these next three years. They might work him all they can and cut or trade him before the last 3 years and $24 million of his contract. After the past month,, doesn’t seem too far fetched.

    • Maggie

      I suggested a trade of McCoy for a 1st round pick yesterday. I instantly was torn apart. Maybe it’s okay for you to say it, though.

      • myeaglescantwin

        hahaah,, I’m thoroughly against it too. But it seems like they don’t want to get behind any big contracts. McCoy is looking at $10 + for the 2014 & 2015. Then at least $8 mil a season after that in 2016 & 17

  • phillylove21

    Round 2 pick 3(browns): KVN OLB

    Round 2 pick 22 : Donte Moncrief WR

    Round 3 pick 18(brandon graham to bears): Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB

    Round 3 pick 22 : Terrance Brooks SS/FS

    Round 4 pick 6(browns): Cody Latimer WR

    Round 4 pick 22: Christian Jones ILB/OLB

    Round 5 pick 22: trai turner OG

    Round 7 pick 22: Aaron Lynch DE/OLB

    • oreofestar

      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!! 3rd round pick for Graham HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! DAMN thanks for that I needed it

      • phillylove21

        We will not get a 2nd pick let alone a 1st pick.. What fantasy world do you live in?? Go laugh and piss your pants on another comment.. Be realistic..

        • GEAGLE

          Lucky if u can get a 6th round pick for BG…wake up

          • phillylove21

            I based this from seeing the lack of pure 4-3 defensive ends in this draft.. But maybe your right but a 6th wouldn’t even be worth that trade.. A fifth or a late forth but what defensive end will you end up with knowing his potential.. He’s still fresh.. But I was basing it from potential from each end in each round..

          • oreofestar

            I mean it depends what a backup DE, with injury history and a year left on his deal is worth to teams my bet is very little and if a team comes up with a 5th he is gone

          • GEAGLE

            Can’t get a 5th, especially when half the league has been converted to a 3-4…he isn’t as useless as most fans and media thinks to us…for starters, he will be better his second year at OLB..and a major aspect that no one factors in is we often rush the passer out of 4man lines, which is supposed to be where he fits best…we play 4-2-5 on Nickle often enough to where he could be that situational pass rusher most teams have on their bench…but the problem is, there is no chance he re signs with us after next year…so are we better off settling for a 6th now, or keeping him as a one year rental?

          • phillylove21

            True.. Its just a damn shame if he becomes Mr studd with no value for him.. A fifth would be a good deal.. If not I’ll take that one year rental.. Good when in nickel which is like a 4-3 but that third linebacker is replaced with a corner.. Just watching him play a few plays it awws you but damn a 6th… But I understand..

          • GEAGLE

            would love to be wrong and us get that 3rd round pick…think our best bet is including him in a Dion Jordan trade…if they would even consider,getting rid of Dion, then just go get him and get it over with…but Miami may want to wait til June 1st to lower his cap hit

          • Warhound

            Do you think that they would prefer to play more 3-3-5 or even 2-4-5 to add more deception? And, who was the poisoner?

        • oreofestar

          getting a 3rd for Graham is not realistic I will dill back flips if we get a 5th like seriously like Geagle said a 6th not a 3rd

      • Septhinox

        lol

  • oreofestar

    1.C.J, Mosley
    2.Jeremiah Attaochu
    3.Cody Lattimer
    4.Dakota Dozier
    5.Brandon Coleman
    7.Jonathan Dowling

    • oreofestar

      1.kONY Ealy
      2.Austin Seferian Jenkins
      3.Stanley Jean-Baptiste
      4.Christian Kirksey
      5. Brandon Coleman
      7.Trey Hopkins

    • Richard Colton

      Josh Norris’ new mock has them going Mosely in round one. Interesting selection. Not a “need” per se, unless you broaden the Eagles’ need to “Defensive Playmaker” – in which case he fits. Here’s the link:

      http://www.rotoworld.com/articles/cfb/46892/344/norris-mock-draft-april-14

      • GEAGLE

        Doubt we would draft him….but I hope he falls to us because he could be a trade back opportunity with Sam Fran who needs some Navaro insurance

  • MJFlint

    Your Picks:
    Round 2 Pick 16 (BALT): Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech (B+)
    Round 2 Pick 32 (SEA): Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska (B)
    Round 3 Pick 3 (OAK): Donte Moncrief, WR, Ole Miss (A-)
    Round 3 Pick 22: Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (A)
    Round 4 Pick 8 (MINN): Christian Jones, ILB, Florida State (B)
    Round 4 Pick 26 (N.O.): George Uko, DT, Southern California (A)
    Round 4 Pick 32 (SEA): Jon Halapio, OG, Florida (B)
    Round 5 Pick 6 (SEA): Dontae Johnson, FS, North Carolina State (B-)
    Round 5 Pick 22: Charles Leno, OT, Boise State (B+)
    Round 6 Pick 26 (N.O.): Anthony Fera, K, Texas (A)
    Round 7 Pick 8 (MINN): Connor Shaw, QB, South Carolina (B)
    Round 7 Pick 22: De’Anthony Thomas, RB, Oregon (B)

    Took me a while but all these drafts finally convinced me to try.

  • GEAGLE

    Wonder if we would agree to a Dion deal, but them wanting to wait til June 1st to lower the cap hit…is there any precedent for the eagles drafting a player that Miami tells them to draft, and include him in the June 1st Dion deal, or would it be more likely that we send them a 2015 pick if they insist on waiting til June?

    • Brian

      Probably need to do it for next year’s first. Just do it on June 1st. Gonna be the 32nd pick though.

      • GEAGLE

        My issue is what would the dolphins do with BG? They don’t have snaps for Dion because they have wake and Shelby, how many snaps can they really give BG before his contract expires? Might be better off offering Herremans!Bryce and a draft pick…possibly Celek since they are considering jermicheal Finley and I think we could draft ASJ

        • Joe L

          Who is Shelby?

          • GEAGLE

            Derrick Shelby, Undrafted out of Utah, Miamis breakout player last year…they were playing a rooming Undrafted pick over Dion….they are very high on Shelby

          • oreofestar

            Vernon…

          • Joe L

            Yea, Olivier Vernon.

        • Amber Jack

          With the emphasis Chip places on character why do you insist on talking up ASJ? Everything I read about him questions his attitude and desire. I think there is zero chance we draft a kid like that.

        • anon

          Agree with this, but then is it even worth it? Gotta use basically a first and second pick for dion (one to trade to miami and then another pick to replace the player we traded).

  • Brian
    • cliff henny

      no hate coming from Spuds, that’s for sure

      • myeaglescantwin

        god that guy is a joke.
        i tried listening to the draft pod cast last year.
        some fans started messing with him. He lost his cool and got bright red, started yelling and all that..

        Talk about someone that brings absolutely nothing to the table.. No in depth looks, no added insight. If i had to choose between him and Eskin, i’d probably stab my eardrums with screw drivers.

  • Amar (India)

    First 2 rounds must be OLB,Safety (in no order). Howie and Chip have repeatedly mentioned this draft being very deep at WR, probably translates to drafting a WR at 3rd round and later.