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2023 NFL Draft





Not 1 Nebraska player.. hope that changes sometime soon.. Thanks for the right up and knowledge..

I'm not as high on him (obviously) as some. He's a sloppy route runner and has average hands for an NFL receiver. He struggles with press coverage and isn't very strong. With his speed and big-play ability, he could find a home as a No. 4 receiver who is also your return guy.
 
I'm not as high on him (obviously) as some. He's a sloppy route runner and has average hands for an NFL receiver. He struggles with press coverage and isn't very strong. With his speed and big-play ability, he could find a home as a No. 4 receiver who is also your return guy.
It's why I wanted him to return, as much for him as for us.
 
I'd love this. But I doubt Philly values the RB position enough to take Bijan with the #10 overall pick. Yet I doubt he'll last to their second pick in the first round. Philly's offense would be elite with Robinson.

I watched a lot of Bijan Robinson playing for UT over the past couple of years. If you could create a perfect modern-day NFL RB, Bijan is the protype. Bijan is a rare every down back in today's NFL. The Eagles have gone with an RB committee for years now -- like most teams.

 
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I'd love this. But I doubt Philly values the RB position enough to take Bijan with the #10 overall pick. Yet I doubt he'll last to their second pick in the first round. Philly's offense would be elite with Robinson.

I watched a lot of Bijan Robinson playing for UT over the past couple of years. If you could create a perfect modern-day NFL RB, Bijan is the protype. Bijan is a rare every down back in today's NFL. The Eagles have gone with an RB committee for years now -- like most teams.


Eagles have enough draft picks to move into the 1st round to get him in the 20’s.

I don't think BR gets past the Cowboys at 26.
 
I'd love this. But I doubt Philly values the RB position enough to take Bijan with the #10 overall pick. Yet I doubt he'll last to their second pick in the first round. Philly's offense would be elite with Robinson.

I watched a lot of Bijan Robinson playing for UT over the past couple of years. If you could create a perfect modern-day NFL RB, Bijan is the protype. Bijan is a rare every down back in today's NFL. The Eagles have gone with an RB committee for years now -- like most teams.


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Eagles have enough draft picks to move into the 1st round to get him in the 20’s.

I don't think BR gets past the Cowboys at 26.

Philly already has two 1st round picks (#10 and #30). Maybe they could trade down with that 10-pick. Or up with the 30. I'm much more in favor of trading to move down than up.
 
I'm not as high on him (obviously) as some. He's a sloppy route runner and has average hands for an NFL receiver. He struggles with press coverage and isn't very strong. With his speed and big-play ability, he could find a home as a No. 4 receiver who is also your return guy.

Mecole Hardman is Palmer's comp IMO
 



I'd love this. But I doubt Philly values the RB position enough to take Bijan with the #10 overall pick. Yet I doubt he'll last to their second pick in the first round. Philly's offense would be elite with Robinson.

I watched a lot of Bijan Robinson playing for UT over the past couple of years. If you could create a perfect modern-day NFL RB, Bijan is the protype. Bijan is a rare every down back in today's NFL. The Eagles have gone with an RB committee for years now -- like most teams.



I'd love it if Bijan fell to the Cowboys at 26... he's a T5 player in this draft IMO and probably the most well-rounded player since LT/Faulk.
 


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