The Indianapolis Colts have agreed to send a 2021 third-round pick and a conditional 2022 second-round (that could become a first-rounder) to the Philadelphia Eagles for quarterback Carson Wentz, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. With one quarterback need solved for the short-term in Indianapolis, how does this change the first round of the 2021 NFL draft?
As a Charger fan I believe Darrisaw is the right pick with this board. We still need CB, pass rush and more lineman, but this is a good start.
Matt, I’m curious to see why you don’t think Wentz won’t work out? I know you can’t dismiss last season but I think he’ll be fixed. Chris Simms even said that he thinks Wentz will be back. No disrespect, just curious
I'd be shocked if the Browns took a LB in the first, especially if Ojulari was still on the board. It's a huge need but I I think the front office prefers to try and hit with mid rounders at LB.
Matt, love the content. Been a follower since the first day I downloaded the B/R app. I'm a huge pats fan and if they don't go offense in the first then Parsons is my preferred pick at 15. My only worry is that Bill doesn't seem to like speedy or super freaks at linebacker on his defense in recent years. I.e. Bently, Van Noy, and Hightower. But I hope Bill realizes that he needs speed at that position to combat the arsenal of great QBs in the AFC. Do you think Waddle is a likely pick at WR if Bill decides to venture to that position at 15?
Hey Matt, I see the 49ers missing out on one of the top 4 quarterbacks this year, so I was wondering what if any visibility you have on the 2022 draft at the QB position? Preferably not drafting this low again for a while...how would you proceed?
How far is the talent drop off between Mac Jones and David Mills?
With the Panthers having 2 returning OL starters wouldn't it make more sense for them to add Rashawn Slater? Hiring ranking (on your board at least) and bigger need?