Discussion in 'Football' started by mymerlincat, Aug 5, 2018.
What a dumb trade for the Bills. This guy isnt even good and you could use every draft pick you could get. Good move to get a draft pick by the Browns.
It's probably something like a 4th rounder.
Sweet, the thread posted 4 times.
This site is acting funny. Wont show you making your posts but it will then go through and show up a few mins later.
I feel like every player from Baylor is a bust
Yup, for sure. Kendall Wright was solid for a little bit, and Xavien Howard looks to be okay. Josh Gordon is probably the best of them, but look at his career thus far.
As for the trade, the Bills needed a better receiver. I was high on Coleman his draft year, but I don't think he's the solution.
WR is an overvalued position. Go look at the last 10 champs, maybe like 2 superstar WRs, if that.
Xavien Howard is good. Underrated player.
With Zay just coming back, he provides competition for the 2nd spot. Coleman is talented. Can't see how this is bad for the Bills in any way if it's a 5th. If they get no qb play or production out of CC, it's a late 5th. There is def upside here tho.
I can't wait for Hard Knocks.
Report is its a 7th rounder ... in 2020.
I don't have high hopes for Coleman but that's a pretty low cost roll of the dice.
Agreed. 7th rounders have next to no value. They are the guys you draft to be extra bodies in camp or to fill spots on the practice squad. There is no downside for the Bills.
Coleman has been a bust. He has a drops problem for sure, but the main reason he's a bust comes from his inability to stay healthy. His first two seasons have been derailed by getting his hand broken twice and by having his hamstrings be constant problems. Already in camp this year, he's had to sit out practice time with hamstring problems.
With Gordon on the team, the Browns already have a problem with one WR's availability. They probably didn't see the need to have a second roster spot dedicated to a WR who is as likely to miss time as he is to play. And between the two of them, if you're going to gamble on one, Gordon is ten times the WR Coleman will ever be.
Ha! This is why you wait for the full details before posting.
What a steal by Buffalo. Typical Browns move especially if they go and sign Dez.
I don't think they're getting Dez. If the goal was to have an often injured dude who drops the ball a lot, they would've just kept the younger, cheaper Coleman.
Its too bad Johnny Football didnt survive. Dez and him + Hard Knocks = Great TV potential.
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