really good listen, go listen to what they talk about regarding the Ravens close to the end. Been saying this for awhile, and it's important to note.
———- This is where drafting a franchise QB is analogous to winning the lottery. The more times you play, the more chances you have to win. Pace bought one ticket in 6 years and it was a loser.
There is a poker analogy, too. If you see you have a bad hand, you discard (Trubisky) and draw more cards instead of staying three more rounds and keep betting more on your losing hand.
The problem with playing the lottery is that 99.999% of the time you lose and all the money you spent playing gets you nothing. I think far too many fans are trying to convince themselves that just picking a QB every year just to pick one is going to magically produce a franchise QB. That's a prayer not a plan.
If Pace and Nagy see some potential in a QB, great take him at a reasonable round. But none of these guys (that the Bears have a shot at) are worth mortgaging the team's future for. This draft just might not be draft they can find one. Get some players who can actually help your team instead.
KC lost 3/5ths of its starting OL this offseason so not surprised. I expect them to draft another OT next week.
I understand that. KC is Balt's only obstacle to the SB (given no injuries. etc etc). Not sure why Balt would want to help KC rebuild its OL by sending them an established player. Because I think KC is going to resign one of the OTs they cut to man the RT slot and Brown will be at LT. KC might use that extra second on an OT, but I don't see the upside for Balt improving their key rival.